Updated Traffic Net Directory Available

The Radio-Relay Traffic Net Database has been updated. Thank you to those who have submitted information to build this database. Currently, we will produce this as a PDF document for easy printing. In the future, we are planning to make it available as a searchable online resource. This directory lists active traffic nets in North America and Europe, no matter the affiliation. Whether you are a newcomer to traffic handling, or a well-seasoned veteran, this will make it easier to find a net near you that can handle traffic. It is up to you to create or relay messages for the system. The database is sorted first by Area (EU, EAN, CAN, WAN), then by Region, then by State, then by Time (Time Zone is local or Zulu). If a Net Manager is known, then their call and email address are listed. As always, if you see something missing, changed or needs to be deleted please email Charles.Hargrove@Radio-Relay.org with the details. http://radio-relay.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/TrafficNets.pdf

BULLETIN – TAKE ACTION – FCC action pending

5 December 2019 TAKE ACTION NOW! New York University Petition for FCC Declaratory Ruling As many of you know, New York University has, for some time now, attempted to shut down the Winlink system, largely through the instrumentation of its “NYU Wireless” advocacy organization, which normally represents large commercial telecommunications common carriers. In their attempts to […]

New Slide Series – “Portable Emergency Communications” TR-004

RRI continues to expand its list of on-line training materials. Our most recent addition is a slide series entitled “Portable Emergency Communications,” a link to which is provided below. Check the “Publications” section of the web page for a copy of our training manual, field manual and other training and operational information: http://radio-relay.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Portable-EmComm-PPT-2019-5-30-Draft.pdf