MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Believe it or not, 100 year old technology plays a special role during hurricane season at the National Hurricane Center in west Miami-Dade.
They’re called amateur radio operators, ‘hams’ for shot and they communicate in ways others can’t.
“We have a group of about 30 volunteers and they come in here during hurricanes that are anywhere in the Atlantic,” said Julio Ripoll, a ham radio op who volunteers his time at the NHC…. Read More: Link
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