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Are you or any of your friends interested in learning about radio communications? Do you want to stay in touch with your family and friends during an emergency? Perhaps you would like to have the ability to communicate world-wide during a disaster….

If so then why not let us teach you the skills and knowledge you will need in order to become a fully qualified ham radio operator? Maybe you just want to get a pair of handheld walkie talkies for family use, we can help you with that too.  Our goal is to establish a network of radio operators worldwide who can pass information/news/advice to each other during any disaster, and are willing to provide full free training to anyone who is interested.

You can find us on our facebook page or by private messaging us on the site here.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/emergencyradio/

Kind regards, Noah

  5 Responses to “Radio Communications? We want you!”

  1. Yes, I’m interested in learning ham radio. I have frs radio. I live on oregon north coast and plan to buy hand held ham radio within a month.

  2. I am not on Facebook

  3. Once everyone gets their General licence, you need to check out Amrron

    https://amrron.com/

    With a Technician’s Licence you’ll be able to use such things as 2M and 70 cm. for local communications (depending on the coverage of your local repeater).

    You’ll also be able to use such online services such as EchoLink which gives you access to repeaters worldwide by using your smartphone, laptop, or PC. I the internet is down….you’re SOL….

    By the way….HAM radio does not need to be expensive, especially if you are just beginning. You can get an “El Cheapo” Baofeng walkie-talkie type of radio for about $40 on Amazon. You’ll need to get the free online software called “Chirp” to program it. I would highly suggest getting in touch with your local HAM radio club to help you out.

  4. Noah, went to your Facebook page requested access to group. Looking forward to learning HAM