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 […]
This just in from FISTS cw club: CW Tuesday all day tomorrow in Time Z. Yep, it starts tonight at 18:00 CST. Don’t hear anyone? Throw out a CQ. One who wants fish must put his line in the water 🙂 73 Tim, AC5SH http://fistsna.org/operating.html#tuesday
Admiral Ronald Hewitt of the Department of Homeland Security was the opening speaker at the 2017 Michigan Interoperability Conference, which included a presentation about the methods used by Radio Relay International to design, implement and evaluate network operations during the recent Cascadia Rising exercise. Many positive comments were received about the RRI presentation, which outlined a […]
Submitted by Lou VK5EEE Written by James Wades (WB8SIW) Published in the December 2016 edition of QNI magazine. The creation of Radio Relay International has catalyzed a surprising amount of interest in a professional, systematic approach to disaster communications. Often, this interest comes from radio amateurs with a professional or military background and they understand […]
This item will be of interest to radio amateurs interested in disaster communication: https://www.congress.gov/115/bills/hr588/BILLS-115hr588ih.xml 115th CONGRESS 1st Session H. R. 588 To direct the Federal Communications Commission to conduct a study on network resiliency during times of emergency, and for other purposes. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES January 17, 2017 Mr. Pallone introduced the following […]
The FB ops of Radio Relay International debuted today, thanks to a half-page advert in CQ magazine. Way to go boys — you’ve arrived!
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