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  1. Equipment & Survival Kits
    I just heard a bunch of sirens toward our little town and sit here wondering what is going on. It occurred to me that it would be a good idea to have a police scanner to be able to listen in and see what's up. I probably should have had one long before now. I started doing a little research...
  2. Communications
    Here's a link for you Ham Operators and those that want to listen via scanner/receiver. It's the American Preparedness Radio Net. Here's a link to the website: The American Preparedness Radio Net
  3. Communications
    Does anyone know if copper magnet wire would make for good antenna wire? Thanks.
  4. Communications
    I'm studying for my transmitting liscense, and I was wondering if anyone could give me any idea on a good transmitter to look at? I already have a SkyChampion reciever from Post WWII, which works nicely. My neighbor is an ex-ham, and has helped me set up an antenna, and has given me some advice...
  5. Communications
    I have been searching everywhere for a decent weather radio that utilizes S.A.M.E. technology and can be powered continuously by 12VDC. I want to use it both in my motorhome, home and as a portable if I have to do it. I can not find a 12VDC powered unit. Anyone know of one? Thanks.
  6. Communications
    This is a howto article about communication. I am posting a portion of an article I recently wrote for oasisv.com It is absolutely imperative to have communications as an integral part of your emergency preparedness plans. With communication devices, it is possible to keep abreast with...
  7. Product Reviews
    I got an Emergency Radio for only $10 at my local CVS drugstore. It runs off of a handcrank or batteries and picks up AM/FM and a common weatherband. Emergency Radio Review: Battery Free Crank Radio from Innovage Outdoor Overall, it's a pretty decent little radio and a great budget prep!
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