The October issue of CQ is our annual Emergency Communications Special, with a special focus this time on the versatility that amateur radio can provide as part of a larger emergency preparedness effort. We also have a “Morse Code Three-Pack” for our CW aficionados (as well as radio history buffs).
Feature stories include:
* Three Events, Five Cities, One Week
* EYEWARN: A Visual Situation Reporting Network
* Putting the “HAMster” to Work for EmComm and More
* DXCC’s Odd Couple
* Morse Code Three-Pack
* FCC Proposal: Let HF Data Go Wideband
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