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FEMA, FCC Prep Emergency Comm Ahead of Hurricane Irma:

from gcn.com on September 8, 2017
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FEMA, FCC Prep Emergency Comm Ahead of Hurricane Irma:

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FEMA, FCC Prep Emergency Comm Ahead of Hurricane Irma:  
by WA1RNE on September 8, 2017 Mail this to a friend!

"The American Radio Relay League said in a notice that FEMA could activate 5 MHz/60-meter band frequencies in support of a response to Hurricane Irma."

Seriously? 5 channels with a 100 watt PEP power restriction?

There are so many other better options at our disposal.
 
RE: FEMA, FCC Prep Emergency Comm Ahead of Hurricane Irma:  
by W6EM on September 9, 2017 Mail this to a friend!
Agree. Like, 40M, without the restriction.

Do you suppose that FEMA's stations will be limited to 100W PEP? I suspect not.
 
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