Whether you're hit by a natural disaster or power outage, you can expect this problem: your cell phones, landline phones and Internet eventually stop working. What will you do? How will you communicate with your family or friends?
While you may have set aside food and water for an emergency, what about a pair of radios with batteries? Have you considered long-range options? Do you know what your best options are?
This book will walk you through modern communications technologies, pros and cons of each, and recommendations to implement a realistic backup communications system.
Options reviewed include:
- AM/FM, NOAA, FRS/GMRS and Other Radios
- eXRS and Other Unusual Gear
- Satellite Phones and Personal Locator Beacons
- Amateur Radio - the King of Emergency Communications
Using the clear and simple recommendations in this book, you'll be able to reliably communicate with others in your region, without a cell phone, land-line service, Internet, or need for grid power. When others can only wonder if their loved ones are safe, you will be able to talk with yours!
Softcover: 142 pages
Publisher: Max Publications; First Edition (April 2012)
Product Dimensions: 5 1/4 x 8 inches
Shipping Weight: .35 pounds