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In Devastated Dominica, 'Hams' Become Vital Communications Link:

from npr.org on September 22, 2017
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In Devastated Dominica, 'Hams' Become Vital Communications L  
by W7ASA on September 22, 2017 Mail this to a friend!
"Although many ham operators lost antennas
in the ferocious winds, they've been able
to "put up a scrap of wire" and get back
on the air,"

The quote above says a lot. Improvised antennas and power likely from car batteries for as long as those last.

73 - Ray ..._ ._
 
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