MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — A group of Gulf Coast community members is gearing up to drop everything and assist in the aftermath of Michael.
NBC 15’s Nicole Fierro has the latest details about local “ham radio” operators ready to do their part in saving lives along the Florida panhandle.
Right now, cell phones are basically worthless in the communities devastated by Michael. However, “go boxes” can connect amateur radio communicators across the world using antennas and frequencies even the Florida’s most powerful hurricane can’t destroy….READ MORE
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“Vacuum Tubes” is the topic of the current (February 15) episode of the “ARRL The Doctor is In” podcast. Listen…and learn! More than a half-mill... Read more
Yaesu‘s newest HF mobile radio has some cool new features, but leaves out other options of its predecessors. Let’s take a look at the radi... Read more
TH-D74 “In this video, we are testing the integrated audio parametric equalizer of the Kenwood TH-D-74. In D-Star and in analog FM. Can you hear... Read more