ZetaTalk: Short Wave
Note: added during the Dec 7, 2002 Live ZetaTalk IRC Session.
Short Wave will be the communication mode of survivors, but this is not a high technology issue. CB and Ham radios are in many hands, highly popular and much used, world wide. Radios can be cranked up for power, devices that can be purchased today, and used by the military in the field. No power requirements. PC use in short wave packet relay is more complicated, but home computers are prevalent, and hackers can adjust to the requirements if they have access to written instructions ahead of time, and many will! The community does not need all computer functioning, just one. It does not need major electrical support, just fast peddling on the bike gen rack for the hour. It does not need booster towers on every hill, as good hearted communities will find they are being boosted beyond their hopes, by helping hands behind the scenes.
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Short Wave Radio
Transcript August 3, 2020 onYouTube- https://youtu.be/phZnJ2tTzNc Before all your batteries run dry, try to establish contact via short wave radio. Hopefully you have a crank short wave radio, used by the military for field communication. If you don’t have some Ham Radio operators in your group, hopefully you got a book. This will help you understand the size of the catastrophe, in order to gauge if help will be coming or if you are on your own.
Get a crank radio if possible, used by the military for field communication. If you don’t have some Ham Radio operators in your group, get a book. This will help you understand the size of the catastrophe, in order to gauge if help will be coming or if you are on your own. It will likely be the latter.
May 1, 2017 on YouTube- https://youtu.be/LcTJu4Xg0qIIf your group has an experienced Ham Radio enthusiast, you are in luck. Short Wave is the emergency frequency of choice around the world. Our Village has a tower for this purpose. Short Wave communications moves from local tower to local tower and can even use the Moon for a bounce, I am told. This is a popular hobby, and enthusiasts have the transmitter, mics, towers, and batteries as part of the package. I had a guest when the Troubled Times projects were in process at my home, and he put a tower up by tossing a wire into a tree. Short Wave can have a long reach, I can attest. Decades ago, using an old Telefunken radio, we reached S Africa from Wisconsin.
If you can see this as your nitch, there are books aplenty available.
November 7, 2016 on YouTube- https://youtu.be/nzGK9zWrLSs
Per the Zetas, using such a route when all else seems lost can work via Short Wave, which can go tower to tower and even use Moon Bounce for longer distances. Ham radio, using short wave, is the emergency frequency. It is the fall back. Maybe you won’t get to watch streaming movies, but sending Internet packets to communication via chats or email? Certainly possible!