Florida SEDAN

"Saving Lives and Protecting Property through Amateur Radio Digital Communications."  

Statewide Frequency: 145.770 MHz

Welcome to the Florida SEDAN website. 
Since its inception in 1986, SEDAN's humanitarian goals have remained the same: to help save lives and protect property.

The SEDAN Network in Florida is currently made up of nearly 50 nodes covering more than half the counties in the state. The network is capable of providing connections to the State Warning Point in Tallahassee from Pensacola Bay to Biscayne Bay. The network is growing rapidly thanks to the involvement and support of individual System Node Operators and local emergency communications groups around the state.

Maps showing the locations of the various nodes in the Florida SEDAN network are provided in the "Network Maps" section of the website. These are provided so that users can find the best paths to distant nodes. These will be updated as new nodes are added.

New users might find the "Sedan HowTo" page helpful. Here you will find explanations of the basic commands used on the network.

For Information on FLA-SEDAN call:
Barry Isbelle at 407- 694-3148