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The
Neighborhood CERT Association
(NCA)


What's new in the NCA

This is a preview
of the evolving NCA website and
the NCA community service organization
which are still under development.

• A test of the FCC approved GMRS network is being planned.

All CERTs should participate to help us identify any shortcomings in the ability to communicate with 100% of the area CERTs.

See Communications/Range Sense (sensitivity) Test

• New webpage: CERT Comm Equipment


Your comments and suggestions
are appreciated at
nca@dseltzer.com



1. Any CERT that wants to use the NCA's services and capabilities
may participate in the NCA . There is no cost to participate.
This is a public servce special interest group.
NCA is not affiliated with any specific CERT.





2. A quick look at NCA's Objectives will give you an idea of our goals.
3. The NCA Communications Plan provides 100% radio coverage
from the Contact Team to the EOC.


FCC has confirmed that a license for all GMRS radios will not be necessary for radios operated in Indian Spring under the NCA licensee when activated during an emergency, training or drills.

Any of these radios used at times other than emergency operations, training or drills or not under the direct control of the NCA licensee will require an FCC license to use GMRS frequencies.

4. As an introductory offer you might want to take the
          Radio Fundamentals   and   Network Operations courses.


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N E I G H B O R H O O D   C E R T   A S S O C I A T I O N
NCA is an individual undertaking independent of any single CERT.
web site: nca.dseltzer.com   email nca@dseltzer.com
Web Master: David Seltzer

This website was created with the kind permission and cooperation of the
Community Emergency Response Team Unit, LAFD Disaster Preparedness Section
Fire Fighter Curt Howard, CERT Instructor and Linda Underwood, Volunteer Web Master
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