The July, 2019 issue of the “QNI Newsletter” is now available. In this issue one will find a variety of articles including: *The Camp Fire *If You Can’t Say Something Nice *Basic Training for EmComm *FRS/GMRS Radio as a Force Multiplier *What is Interoperability? *CONELRAD…and more. https://qninewsletterdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/qni-2019-7.pdf
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
A brief introductory power-point training program explaining the purpose and structure of the National SOS Radio Network and Neighborhood Hamwatch programs is now available. These programs are designed to enhance neighborhood emergency communications preparedness while increasing the efficiency of local Amateur Radio Service emergency communications programs.
Radio Relay International has released its initial Net Directory. This directory lists active traffic nets throughout North America of any affiliation. It’s purpose is to facilitate access to networks that interface with the national messaging layer (traffic system). This is the initial document. Future plans call for a searchable database. In addition, we solicit any […]
Due to an increased interest in public origination of Christmas season radiograms, RRI has added a PDF radiogram with a “Happy Holidays” watermark to its library of radiogram form options. The “RRI Radiogram Form 1801 Christmas Season” form is a fillable PDF. Users simply populate the desired fields in the standard “all caps,” then print […]
The December, 2018 issue of the “QNI Newsletter” is now available. Articles include “Digital Mobile,” “Dealing with Zero Sunspots,” “Dear Santa,” “Bruce Kelly Memorial QSO Party,” “The Uncontested CW Band,” “Dreaming in/of CW,”…..and more…… https://qninewsletterdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/qni-2018-12.pdf
A bulletin announcing the Navy Medical System Exercise scheduled for September 5 and 6 has been posted to the RRI Publications Page. RRI personnel should be aware of this upcoming emergency exercise and be available to assist if needed. http://radio-relay.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Exercise-Bulletin-Navy-Medical-5-Sep-2018.pdf
On Saturday, August 18, Radio Relay International will be conducting its Third Quarter Emergency Communications Exercise in cooperation with REACT International. This exercise is open to all RRI Registered Radio Operators, individual radio amateurs and local EmComm organizations. The exercise, held in conjunction with Earth Ex 2018, is designed to expose RRI personnel to the […]
On July 31, three RRI operators, using radiotelegraphy, relayed a radiogram over a 12,000-mile circuit from Germany to New Zealand. At 2030Z, Amateur Station DL4FN, operated by Peter Dintelmann in Erbach, Germany, originated a radiogram message addressed to VK5EEE in Australia, which was transmitted on schedule to WB8WKQ, operated by Jeff Miller, in Dryden, Michigan. […]
The July, 2018 issue of the “QNI Newsletter” is now available at: https://qninewsletterdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/qni-2018-7.pdf At 47 pages, there is a lot of information included that will be of interest to not just traffic operators and EmComm volunteers, but also the average radio amateur.