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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Ham radio operators answer call
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
When disaster strikes somewhere in the world, ham radio operators are uniquely qualified to assist with communications. Their battery-, solar- and generator-run equipment works even when cellphones, landlines and broadcast towers are out of commission.
Ham operators communicate behind scenes on national networkTribune-Review

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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

From technical to social aspects, ham radios have something for everyone
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
That's the most common concern Rick Roderick hears when he attends ham radio conventions across the country in his role as president of ARRL, the national association for amateur radio. The organization represents about 180,000 of the 750,000 ham ...


The Jonestown Radio Network: How Jim Jones Spread His Message Of Death
Shortwave radio linked Jonestown to the rest of the world. During the 1970s, ham radios had become increasingly common, and Jonestown residents used the shortwave radio to communicate with their acolytes worldwide. Ham radio operators in Jonestown ...
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