Amateur Night at the Dipole. Pt 2. Safety Dance

Amateur Night at the Dipole. Part 2. Safety Dance
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

Amateur Night at the Dipole. Part 2. Safety DanceIn this show we will be picking where we left off last week. Last week we covered a hard truth that you do not need a ham radio license to use a radio and having a license does not mean you know how to use a radio. We covered the license free, go nuts channel on FRS and MURS. I also covered that honestly and legally you need a license to use GMRS and defiantly need a license to use the Amateur Radio bands. We covered the 4 rules: Clarity, Simplicity, Brevity, and Security. We then began discussing how the behaviors of the HF, VHF, and UHF bands differ. However, if you remember we ran out of time. Read more “Amateur Night at the Dipole. Pt 2. Safety Dance”

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Emergency Communications

Emergency Communications
Ray Becker “Renaissance Man” Audio player provided!

Emergency CommunicationsWay back when our prepping community was developing on YouTube, I had identified an important subject; Communications. In a grid down scenario or some other emergency, being able to communicate or at least listen, would be vital for information, Intel and would be a huge psychological boost to the people who have chosen to prepare. Read more “Emergency Communications”

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Force Multiplier!

Force Multiplier
Forrest & Kyle “The Prepping Academy” Audio in player below!

Force MultiplierForce multipliers. If you’re not familiar with what these are this is a good show to listen in on. The essence of a force multiplier is any tool or tactic that gives you the upper hand. It’s a very broad term and can encompass everything from gear to morale. Read more “Force Multiplier!”

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Battery Power Preps

Battery Power Preps
Highlander “Tech Preps

Power Preps ELEC_Military_Batteries_lgThe advent of battery power years ago let us take our devices portable, and the technology is getting better and better, and for a prepper batteries are essential. We have to find what works for us in our current preps, such as flash lights, there are many flash light options on the market, some expensive, some cheap, but the technology for lamination has taken leaps and bounds in the past 10 years or more with the advent of led bulbs. Read more “Battery Power Preps”

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Ham radio, what you need to know!

Ham radio, what you need to know!
Host: Denob “The Prepared Canadian

Ham radio DawnMossHam radio can be an indispensable resource during an event. Not only will it allow you to keep in touch with other members of your support group, but if enough preppers would take it seriously, a whole network could be set up from coast to coast to relay valuable information. Even without a license, you can own and listen for information from ham radio operators, emergency services such as police, fire, and others, and listen in on worldwide broadcasts which can keep you up to date on the general situation of things. Read more “Ham radio, what you need to know!”

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Devices for Survival!

Devices for Survival!
Host: Denob “The Prepared Canadian”
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A growing number of preparedness items that the typical prepper has in their kits are run by batteries. From Iphones to AM/FM radios to ham HT’s and flashlights, these low power devices need juice. There are several ways to keep them charged, either with their built in batteries or with rechargeable NiMH cells. So just what is the best way to keep the power up in all those devices? Read more “Devices for Survival!”

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