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Ham Radio saves lives

posted Mar 20, 2016 23:17:52 by Isaac
The Norwich Bulletin describes how Amateur Radio operators have saved lives and property

The item is written by Larry Wolfgang WR1B who has been a licensed Amateur Radio operator since he was 16 years old. He enjoys many aspects of Amateur Radio, including two way communications with other Amateur Radio operators, or hams, across the US and around the world.

For the last 33 years, Larry has worked for the American Radio Relay League in Newington, CT, where he has been a technical editor with a number of editing responsibilities.

He also enjoys preparing for emergency communications situations and helping provide public service communications for many local running events, bicycle races, and other events.

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Jenny Vance said Mar 31, 2016 12:35:14
Ham radios have been around for a long time. I remember my brother having one when we were kids. He never pursued it beyond a childhood hobby though. This is a great article. It makes me want to buy a ham radio just to see who's out there. I accessed this website and found lots of good information on what to buy and how to use it. It is very informative if you're interested in getting started.
RedSeol said Apr 02, 2016 15:08:29
Great article, thank you for sharing! To be honest I don't think I have ever seen the ham radio tools before because my family members are not that interested in electronics. However it is wonderful to see that people still use it today and they can even save a life using it. The man is also lucky to have friends who cares that much.
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