The Ham Radio 360 special Dayton Hamvention podcast caught up with Jim Wades WB8SIW, who introduced them to Radio Relay International and our mission. Listen to the WB8SIW interview here, starting at time index 1:47:22
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Our team is back home from our inaugural appearance at Dayton Hamvention, exhausted yet satisfied. Here are two pictures of our booth. The handsome fella is Jim WB8SIW. Credit to Tom Mills AF4NC for the great photos!
The much-missed “Pink Card” is back! RRI Op Aid 1720, Traffic Operating Aid is the result of hours of painstaking work by legendary trafficman “Father” Al Nollmeyer W3YVQ. RRI TRAFFIC OPERATIONS AID 1720r2 is up-to-the-minute current with guidance for fone, cw and digital radiogram relay work. It’s the perfect complement to the RRI Traffic Operations […]
Fresh off the experience of training tens of thousands of radiomen for the Second World War, the Boy Scouts of America contracted with Raybrun Company to produce a version of their “Code-Voice Method” for use in training Boy Scouts. Magazine advertisements in Boys Life, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science and QST claimed a student could learn […]
Originally published in SOLID COPY the CWops Newsletter. Used by permission. Submitted by Bob German KB4RGC Being a ham since 1972 (CW ONLY), about 2 years ago I found I was burned out with rag chewing, DX chasing and contesting, so I started looking for something else.I found a little known niche in ham radio: […]
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.
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: 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 […]