VOA video on portable ham radio and emergency communications
In this VOA Zimbabwe video, Raisa R1BIG explains how due to the antenna limitations at her apartment she operates portable amateur radio Amateur or ‘ham’ radio operators sometimes take their two-way radios […]
This Emergency Amateur Radio group remains largely unknown and usually stumbled upon in the moment of crisis?
The use of MARS remains a largely unknown or niche capability, one that is usually stumbled upon by planners in the moment of crisis and then poorly implemented. Maj. Brian […]
A New Ham’s Trial By Fire, During A Flood.
Interview’s Transcript: Today in the last wire podcast we’re joined with Ed, whiskey four echo Mike Bravo from Tennessee. Welcome to the show, Ed. Hey, thank you very much, John. […]
What was The Last Wireless Message On The Doomed Titanic?
Interview Transcript: Today in the last wire podcast, we’ll be discussing the radio systems found on the Titanic and how it shaped the future of emergency communications. Join me in […]
Learn about the South Wiltshire Raynet
Today in the Last Wire Podcast, we’re joined with Tom, (M7GMZ). Who’s part of the South Wiltshire Raynet in the United Kingdom. His group is part of a volunteer communication […]
The Challenges Facing Ham Radio During A Search & Rescue Operation
On this episode of the last wire podcast, we’ll be talking about the missing cowboy Ben Tyner, and the role that amateur radio played in a search effort. Ben Tyner, […]
Lessons Learned From A Derecho!
On today’s episode of the last wire podcast, we’re joined with Keelo echo zeros, zulu, oscar whiskey. Thank you for joining us, John. Hi. Can you tell us a little […]