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RadioSet-GO, your source for unique, trail friendly QRP radio designs; simple, efficient, portable, and attractive all-in-one low power CW transceivers.

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Amateur Radio Transmits 1000 Miles On Voice Power

Many of us tried the old "Two tin cans connected by a string" experiment as kids. [Michael Rainey, AA1TJ] never quite forgot it.  Back in 2009, he built "El Silbo", a ham radio transmitter powered ...

Antenna Analyzer - A Must Have for #HamRadio Antennas - #hamr

If the electricity is off how do you get water from your well? WaterBoy Well Buckets are designed like old-fashioned metal bailer buckets, but made for years of continuous use — not just emergencies. Getting water from your drilled well without electricity is now easy with WaterBoy tripod kits. Or, to pull your well yourself, consider the WaterBoy Windlass — serious equipment for the sophisticated prepper.

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How to Make Gunpowder

How to Make Gunpowder - 6 steps with pictures!

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How to Make Your Own Cell Phone Jammer

How to Make Your Own Cell Phone Jammer (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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Altoids Tin Radio

A real galena crystal radio in an Altoids tin. No batteries required.

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How to Build Several Easy Antennas for Amateur Radio

Amateur Radio has been a supreme way of communications for many ways of getting messages from one place to another for decades! Many antennas have been invented simply by necessity. Spark Gap Transmitters were used around the time of the...

Dicom PR20 - personal role radio. Check this out. Very good stuff, for a team, a survival team.

Bug out box. A great short term-solution for the amateur survivalist, but in event of a long-term scenario... Hunting, gathering, gardening and shelter making might be good skills to pick up along the way. "Before the prom is no time to learn how to dance."

Ever wondered how much it costs or what equipment you need to be a HAM radio operator? This article should set you straight- A Prepper's First HAM Station