Participated today in the AmRRon FTX21-3 exercise using JS8Call program. This exercise simulates a National Signals Center (CigCen Nat) attempting to fill an information void by having remote stations report Priority Information Requirements (PIRs) within their area of operation (AO) while consuming as little power and radio spectrum as possible. Multiple Listening Posts (LP) will […]
This trailer is for the prepper docudrama “COMMS UP!” produced by Radio Free Redoubt and USNERDOC. The movie documents the importance of a good communications plan during a social economic collapse while introducing AmRRON and The Channel 3 Project from Radio Free Redoubt.
It was great to get together amidst all this Covid stuff and meet some fellow AmRRon members face to face. For this first meeting (2/6/21), we chose a sit-down meal at Town & Country Restaurant on West Kellogg. Matt – KEØMBB Bill – KEØVIL Russel – KC5UNP Vic – KØVAB Ron – KFØAMJ There […]
Participated today in the AmRRon FTX 4 exercise using JS8Call program. JS8Call is software using the JS8 Digital Mode providing weak signal keyboard to keyboard messaging to Amateur Radio Operators. Here was the scenario: The 2020 Presidential election has been one of the most (if not the most) divisive elections in U.S. history. No matter […]
Every Saturday @ 9:00 p.m. Simplex Frequency 146.420 Mhz All licensed radio operators are invited to check in and join the conversation. Unlicensed Operators Can Check in on Channel 3 on FRS, MURS and CB Radio Our main focus is emergency preparedness and emergency communications, but other topics may also be covered. Staying informed helps […]
Following are the first two parts of the AmRRon 2020 video series. Introduction to AmRRon What’s New in 2020
The annual AmRRon T-Rex exercise was conducted April 26-28, 2019. This scenario-based, grid down emergency communications training exercise is an opportunity to test members readiness in the event of a disaster or other emergency. The scenario this year was primarily centered around a cyber attack on PLC’s (programmable logic controllers). These small devices provide computer […]