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Solar-Terrestrial Data

AT&T Archives: Similiarities of Wave Behavior (Bonus Edition)

This video contains the best explanation of how waves behave, what SWR is, and how impedance matching reduces energy loss/waste. I first saw this video when assisting with a ham radio licensing class and the instructor had this video on DVD. Thanks to Chris Andrews, N0CTA (a student in that class) for finally locating this online after a few years searching (off and on of course).

Wilson Co. ARES Frequency List

You may download a list of frequencies, and their respective names as they may be referred to during an ARES Net, from this page. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file.

Contact Us

When is ARES useful?
Wilson County Amateur Radio Emergency Service is useful when normal methods of communication are overloaded, out, or otherwise insufficient to meet the needs of a relief response or to handle the health, safety, and welfare needs of your group or event. We also are available for events which provide us an opportunity to practice and hone our operating skills.


Are you an FCC Licensed Amateur Radio Operator and a resident of Wilson County? If so, Wilson Co. ARES is always looking for new members to help us help our community. No special skills are required and regardless of how involved you want to be, there is a place for you! Download the attached applicationt, print it, fill it out, and bring it to one of our monthly meetings or e-mail our Emergency Coordinator, Michael Wright, N4MAW at to find out how to turn it in sooner.

Copyright Acknowledgements

"Amateur Radio Emergency Service," "ARES," and the ARES Logo are copyright American Radio Relay League, Inc. Newington, CT
Used by Permission

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