There's No Better Time to Be an Amateur Radio Geek


There’s No Better Time to Be an Amateur Radio Geek

The most important component of staying safe during an emergency is the ability to give and receive information. When the power goes out—which it often does, not only during wildfires but also during hurricanes, blizzards, earthquakes, and tornados—the internet doesn’t work and cellular networks crash with increased demand. In Northern California, we often have our electricity cut to prevent fire during high-risk times, leaving millions of customers in both metaphorical and actual dark.

When people need information the most, they can’t get to it. So what’s the solution?





Like it? Share with your friends!

What's Your Reaction?

Angry Angry
0
Angry
Confused Confused
0
Confused
Buffoon Buffoon
0
Buffoon
Cry Cry
0
Cry
Cute Cute
0
Cute
WOW WOW
0
WOW
Dislike Dislike
0
Dislike
Fail Fail
0
Fail
Geek Geek
0
Geek
Like Like
0
Like
Jaime Stathis

Send this to a friend