[REACT-LIST] Amateur Radio Emergency Apps
ron.mccr at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 25 22:47:31 EST 2015
Thanks, Tom. I just learned that today. Evidently, the software comes free with the ARRL Repeater Directory. It may be on sale from some stores. Folk may also be able to borrow the disc from a fellow ham who has it. Maybe someone else has a lead or two on where it can be obtained inexpensively. It sure sounds worth getting for anyone planning a trip.
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Subject: Re: [REACT-LIST] Amateur Radio Emergency Apps
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2015 00:53:11 -0500
Too bad the app isn't really free and never has been.
Well, technically, yes, it is free -- provided you don't need either 2M or
70cm -- but if you want the 2M and 70cm ham bands, you have to pay for the
From: Ron McCracken
Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2015 21:53 PM
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Subject: [REACT-LIST] Amateur Radio Emergency Apps
Teams can check out both apps. A ham pal from back home sent a note saying that
the ARRL app is also very useful for its help in locating points of interest
(poi) along your route. You can check out that feature as well, and let other
hams in your area know about it. Safe travel.
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From: REACTINTL at yahoogroups.com
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2015
Subject: RE: [REACTINTL] CB Radio v Amateur Radio
really fine and free repeater directory app for smart phone is
repeaterbook. It lists repeaters with a radius selected by you and based
upon your current location.
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