HamRadioNow: Eclipsing ARES

The upcoming total eclipse is generating a lot of interest among hams. We'll have a big QSO Party and the propagation studies and Special Event stations will all be fun.

Overlooked is the ARES/EmComm component.

But consider that millions of people are expected to flood into the relatively narrow 70-mile wide zone of totality. It will stretch from Oregon to South Carolina, and cover a few metro areas. Most of it will be rural, or very rural. No one can accurately predict what…

HamRadioNow: Eclipsing ARES
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