|This Web page is a reference that I have for the personal use Only. it is a compilation of really important sites that I use for my information. you would find The National Weather Service radar map for the Florida which includes all the north and the southern Florida until Key West. It lets me know in near real-time where the clouds and thunder cells are, and therefore it allows me to formulate a plan of contingency, I also have a link for NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center, The Family Disaster Planning website and The Division of Emergency Management I have ready my Radio Stations
for any emergencia in order to take care of my family and my community.
you can see my local weather conditions from my Oregon Scientific WMR968, personal weather station in Kendall area, SW Miami-Dade County in Florida. in this websites You can also view the N4PAZ's Webcam, The Camera Type is AL-VC-3020 and Listen my live streaming audio of the KHB34 NOAA Weather Radio on 162.55MHz, where I use an FT-2800M for the reception of the signal.
Computer, Internet router, the weather station is connected to a back-up of 550 watts, which is fed by a deep cycle battery which provides 1A for 125 hours trying to ensuring the sending information for at least 72 continuous hours, the primary charge of the battery is through a photovoltaic cell. Also a gasoline generator of 8000 watts supports all, the weather station and the radio shack ensuring its operation for a long period.
The Radio Shack is composed of TX/RX: Yaesu FT-950, with dynamic microphone Yaesu MD-100, Yaesu FT-840 for CW only, linear amplifier AMERITRON AL-811H, Yaesu FT-2800M, a FT-2800M to receive the NOAA Weather Radio KHB34 on 165.55 MHz, Yaesu FT-3000M, Yaesu VX-5R, Antenna Tuner: MFJ-969, J-pole Antenna 144- 148 MHz, Antenna double bazooka 14 MHz, HF SWR Wattmeter MFJ-868, Sound Card Interface MFJ-1279, CPU: Emachines 2.6 GHz, Software: Cumulus v1.9.1, CPU Sony Intel ® Pentium ® 4, 1.60 MHz, Software: Ham Radio Deluxe (HRD) on WINDOWS-XP. all Radio Amateur can take steps now and prepare themselves, formulate a plan of contingency, which can prevent loss and avoid damage during a natural disaster.