The 2021 Comm Academy April 10 – 11 is 2 days of training, talks, and information on emergency communications and amateur radio. This year’s theme is Disasters Here, There, and Everywhere — Are We Ready?
Registration is free and required to gain access to the complete schedule and academy materials. The Academy is entirely virtual and hosted online. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Comm Academy is attended and supported by organizations including the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES®); Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES); Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS); EOC Support Teams; Civil Air Patrol; Coast Guard Auxiliary; REACT, and CERT, among others.
All interested in emergency and amateur radio communications are welcome to network and share experiences. The event focuses on education for communications leaders, volunteers, and professionals.
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N4PBQ discusses the differences of learning to send Morse code on a straight key versus a paddle. Read more
“Bruce Bittenbender, K3BBB, suggested I look at how easy it is to use the Reverse Beacon Network (www.reversebeacon.net) with the Icom 7300. You... Read more
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K4BEN, announces the official beta of his Remote Radio Service, DXRemote.net. It is a very simple concept: his enterprise-class, redundant n... Read more