ARES/RACES of Delaware County Pennsylvania

Mission: Providing Emergency Communications Support. Delaware County Amateur Radio Emergency Service is an organized unit of trained, FCC-licensed volunteers

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About Delco ARES

Delco ARES is an organized unit of trained, FCC-licensed volunteer Amateur Radio operators dedicated to providing back-up, auxiliary emergency communication support.

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Weekly Net

Weekly ARES Net Analog, Monday, 19:30 with Digital Net following around 20:15 local time. All Amateur Radio operators are encouraged to participate.

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Join ARES-RACES

If you're a licensed Amateur Radio operator interested in volunteering with Delaware County ARES-RACES, please complete a membership application.

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ARES

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) is the emergency communications arm of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL).

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ARES Repeaters

Delaware County ARES-RACES operates ten repeaters dedicated to emergency communications from five sites within the county. 

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Field Communications

At the heart of ARES-RACES is the capability to respond to an emergency, deploying personnel and equipment to provide critical communications when commercial or government systems fail.

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SKYWARN

SKYWARN is a self-contained network of certified weather spotters sponsored and trained by the National Weather Service (NWS). 

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Training

Training is critical to the mission of Delaware County ARES-RACES.

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Amateur Radio

Amateur Radio is a fascinating hobby that has broad appeal. More than 600,000 people in the United States are licensed in the Amateur Radio Service.

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Members

If you are already a member of ARES/RACES of Delaware County Pennsylvania, you can use this link to access the member area. 

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Microsoft Account Access

Information on DelcoARES Microsoft Account access for members. This account allows access to Microsoft services, and also acts as your login to the Members section of the DelcoARES website as well.

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