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KENWOOD TS-990S REVIEW: A HIGH-END HF BASE STATION

We don’t usually cover high-end, luxury radios on this site -- our primary focus is emergency preparedness communications -- but I grew up using...

YAESU FT-DX101D REVIEW: THE PINNACLE OF HF BASE STATIONS

When it comes to luxury, high-tech HF Base Stations that look like they could survive the zombie apocalypse, the Yaesu FT-DX101D is one of those radios...

ICOM IC-2300H Radio Review: Single-Band 2 Meter Radio

The Icom IC-2300H is an updated version of Icom’s IC-2200H radio. The newer version has the same basic specs but has a...

Kenwood TM-281A Radio Review: Single-Band 2 Meter Radio

When someone starts talking about Kenwood radios, the first thing that pops into my mind is an HF Rig. While that’s what they...

YAESU FT-450D REVIEW: HF/6METER HAM RADIO BASE STATION

The Yaesu FT-450 is one of the radios that made the top of our budget-friendly HF Radio list. The latest model, the Yaesu FT-450D is a simple to use an entry-level rig that makes a great base station for emergency communications.

YAESU FT-2980R: A 2 METER MOBILE POWERHOUSE RADIO

A Prepper’s Look at the Preparedness value of the YAESU FT-2980R -- a high power 2 Meter mobile radio.

Yaesu FT-891 Review: A Compact Mobile HF Ham Radio the Packs...

A Preparedness look at the compact mobile HF Radio by Yaesu, the FT-891.

Emergency Hams: An Overview of How Amateur Radio Operators Help During...

One of the most important aspects of amateur radio is our ability to help during large-scale disasters like hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions or terror attacks.

US Amateur Radio Bands: Frequency Charts

When it comes to go-to radio frequencies to monitor during an emergency, some of the most productive and useful frequencies you are going to find fall within the Ham Radio bands.

Icom IC-718 Review: All-Band HF Radio

The Icom IC-718 is a 100W all-band radio that covers transmissions on the 1.8, 3.5, 7, 10, 14, 18, 21, 24, 28MHz bands and has a receive range of 30kHz–29.999MHz.
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