Amateur Radio - Resource Typing-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

Amateur Radio - Resource Typing

Sunday May 22, 9:00am, Bldg 23, Rm 212

Michael Fox, N6MEF, ARES Assistant District Emergency Coordinator, RACES Deputy Chief Radio Officer, MAC Program Manager

Summary:The MAC Program defines standards of performance and includes several types and levels of qualifications. Individual amateur operators are trained and prepared to provide a variety of communications services and are available for deployment throughout the county.

Presentation slides (.pdf)

About the speaker: Michael Fox is an Assistant District Emergency Coordinator and Deputy Chief Radio Officer for Santa Clara County and serves as the program manager for the Santa Clara County ARES/RACES Mutual Aid Communicator (MAC) Program. In his professional life, Michael has held executive management roles at several very large companies and early state start-ups. Currently, he provides pre- and post-sales engineering, services and operations consulting for early stage start-ups, primarily in the networking market. He earned a BSEE from Louisiana State University and holds an Amateur Extra Class radio license.