FCC Rule: Please check your radio.  It's Part 95 v.. Part 97.  Here's more info.

https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/gmrs-use-on-ham-radios.391634/  

Those creating "dual purpose radios should be aware of possible consequences'

FL Digi Net - For information go to NETS page


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Here is an online turorial that will help you get a handle on FL Digi.  Thanks to the folks that created this learning aid.  This is how I am teaching myself to use NBEMS.  


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When the need arises for amateurs and emergency responders to report, digital reporting of damages, accidents, medical incidents and other issues will require accurate reports.  Digital makes it happen.

FCC Rule: Please check your radio.  It's Part 95 v.. Part 97.  Here's more info.

https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/gmrs-use-on-ham-radios.391634/  

Those creating "dual purpose radios should be aware of possible consequences'

4C's Repeaters

 

  144-   145.110   -82.5

  220-    224.300  -82.5

  440-    444.275  +82.5 .

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You may also donate to our repeater operation fund at the same address.  Thank you

Rick has a very thorough and complete setup video.

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The "Four C's" runs an open repeater located in San Pablo, CA. It is not unusual to get stations checking in from as far east as the Sierras, up north well into Sonoma County and decent coverage throughout San Francisco and the North Bay​​

Before you buy a two way radio watch this video.  Many are talking about FRS and GMRS radio use in emergency and disaster service.  If you are a licensed amateur you need to know the legal issues associated with their use and how they effect you. This video may save you and your license from cancellation.

New to HAM Radio?  Learn to use your radio on our Saturday morning training net. 

0930 on 444.275MHz.  +82.5 PL 

Elmers (help) will be available.