Radio Relay International is pleased to announce the adoption of the National SOS Radio Network as its community outreach program. NSRN’s founder, noted inventor, entrepreneur and philanthropist Eric Knight KB1EHE, further joins RRI as a member of the Board of Advisors. “The National SOS Radio Network is proven concept and a perfect complement to our mission.” says RRI’s […]
The Spring ’17 issue of QNI traffic handlers’ newsletter is out. Get your copy here!
Download your copy of the latest RRI Affiliated Net Index by clicking here!
From Jim Wades, PIO: Radio Relay International will have a high-profile presence at this year’s Dayton Hamvention! Please plan to visit us at Booth 6303 in the inside exhibits area. More details will be forthcoming in the near future. In the meantime, please plan to attend. Also, we will be posting information about volunteer opportunities […]
Radio Relay International is pleased to announce the publication of FM-001: Traffic Operations, the definitive how-to guide to traffic handling in North America. This is an interim edition and your feedback is welcome. Download your copy here at our publications page.
DID YOU KNOW … Traffic operators and traffic nets may affiliate with Radio Relay International? There are no dues. We ask only your promise to be the best traffic handler you can be and to do it using our guidelines on our affiliated nets. In return we offer training, opportunities for leadership, and moral support […]
Submitted by: Luck Hurder WA4STO, Training Department Chief Radio Relay International’s Training and Recognition Department has begun identifying both amateur radio traffic handling trainers and trainees on a nationwide basis. As of Jan 17, we have seven trainers and four trainees. We are presently focused on training the trainers, so as to ensure a similarity […]