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Communication is one of the most overlooked area’s in most preparedness systems. HAM radio can be confusing and expensive. As I have just recently started getting into HAM – I wish I had seen this radio before buying [...]
In 1994 my then future wife and I was driving from New Hampshire down to South Carolina in November. There were no cell phones so I took along a portable CB radio which plugged in the cigarette lighter adapter in my car and had an antenna which magnetically mounted to the roof. Somewhere between New York [...]
I hope so. Though many disasters knock out normal communication methods such as cell phones, TV, and Internet – radio often continues on as a reliable source of information.
If you do not have a battery powered radio with extra batteries – get one. Stores like Big Lots often carry [...]
There are many options for your communications needs in a disaster. Having some kind of communications network set up before a disaster strikes is very important. Depending on what type of focus you want to take for those communication needs will determine what type of equipment you will need to acquire. [...]
Midland ER102 Emergency Radio
I have been looking for a good radio to ad to my preps for sometime. I wanted something a little more than cheap AM/FM pocket radio. I really wanted something geared toward use in an emergency. I started my search on Amazon.com. There is a huge [...]
Prepology.Blogspot.com is having a pretty cool giveaway – a CB Radio. Info on it is below directly from the website:
“This radio is used but in excellent condition, it is up for giveaway because it has been replaced with a model that has weather alert capability. This radio is a standard 40 channel [...]
Below is another guest article from Justus at Centerfire Antenna. If you have an interest in HAM radio’s or 2 way communication – contact these guys – they know their stuff.
IMO, every household should have at least one pair of the retail store GMRS/FRS “Bubble Pack” radios
and here’s why:
1) They’re easy to [...]