Radio Use - Staying in touch without your cell phone
     

  • Etiquette

  • pronunciation

  • responses

  • phonetic alphabet

  • numbers

  • grid coordinates...

 

These are all important parts of a radio conversation, whether it's a dire emergency, or you're just looking for a friend in the area.   

 

Once you learn how to tell where you are on a map, you need to learn how to relay that information to someone else.

What You'll Learn:

  • how to find out who is in the surrounding area by scanning on your set

  • to create and use an area freq cheat sheet - ie ski patrol, parks dept, rangers, local law enforcement


       Understanding Line of Sight (LOS) will increase your radio abilities and navigational understanding... what to do when you re not getting through, where to go to get service, pushing your signal to reach others.

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CLASSES ARE CURRENTLY OFFERED ON A BY REQUEST BASIS.  WE PLAN TO START REGULAR CLASSES FOR THE SUBJECTS LISTED ABOVE IN THE NEAR FUTURE.  IF YOU NEED US TO PLAN A DATE, LET US KNOW AND WE WILL MAKE IT HAPPEN

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