Amateur Radio skills prove useful during Australian Bushfire Emergencies

 

 


By  clicking  on  an  image below,  a  larger  image  of  approximately  1000  by  670  will  be  downloaded.  (Each  image  will  open  in  a  new  window.)  This  larger  image  can  then  be  used  as  your  desktop  background  picture.  Some  images  are  better  suited  to  saving  to  your  hard  drive  for  later  use.  For  wallpaper,  save  the  downloaded  image  to  your  desktop  and  right  click  on  the  desktop  image.  Then  left  click  on  'Set  as  Desktop  Background'.  I  have  found  that  this  doesn't  work  properly  with  some  computers/screens  -  only  a  portion  of  the  image  is  seen  on  the  desktop.  I  think  this  is  caused  by  the  screen  resolution  settings  of  the  computer.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A few Amateur Radio Websites

www.qrz.com

www.arrl.org

www.rsgb.org

www.eham.net

www.jarl.org

www.ariss.org

                 
                 

 

 

 

                 

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This Youtube video was made in 2011, before remotely controlled. It shows the location in the Bush and the main solar shack. It runs for 7 minutes. Speakers on.

  Sorry, but the audio volume is a problem on these videos. Unfortunately, I can't correct it.

 

 

 

This upgraded High Energy, High Definition Drone Video shows, from above, my 4 Solar Powered Amateur Radio Shacks on our property in the South Australian Bush.

Uploaded on 26th January, 2020 which was 'Australia Day.'  Runs for about 9 minutes. Speakers on. The Drone used was the 'DJI Mavic Air'. 

Both videos which need a fast Internet connection, feature background music tracks sung by Australian country music legend, Lee Kernaghan.