#Radio Communications

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Mount Carmel home heavily damaged in Sunday morning fire

A state police fire marshal said he will be Mount Carmel on Tuesday to investigate a house fire that broke out early Sunday morning. Fire Marshal James Nizinski said he will look into the cause of a fire that broke out at 12 S. Walnut St. before 1 a.m. Sunday. Following the first call around 12:45 a.m., a second alarm was called almost immediately according to emergency radio communications as flames shot out of both floors of the two-story home.
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Messaging service programmer Zello ups driver-dispatcher dialog

The developer of a push-to-talk voice messaging service that enables communication and collaboration for workers, teams, and businesses has increased its construction materials fleet offerings. Through Dispatch Hub, Zello modernizes dispatcher-driver communications with push-to-talk technology, dispatcher workload sharing, call queuing, location tracking and message replay. The full release of Dispatch...
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BK Technologies Co. (NYSEAMERICAN:BKTI) Announces Quarterly Dividend of $0.02

BK Technologies has decreased its dividend by 33.3% over the last three years and has increased its dividend annually for the last 1 consecutive years. NYSEAMERICAN BKTI remained flat at $$2.91 during midday trading on Monday. 19,500 shares of the company’s stock traded hands, compared to its average volume of 63,167. The company has a quick ratio of 2.08, a current ratio of 3.09 and a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.02. The firm has a market cap of $47.23 million, a price-to-earnings ratio of 15.32 and a beta of 1.30. BK Technologies has a 52 week low of $2.54 and a 52 week high of $5.50.
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Cherokee amateur radio operators taking part in simulated emergency testing Saturday

Cherokee County Amateur Radio Emergency Service operators will participate in the annual nationwide ARRL Simulated Emergency Test Saturday. The 70 member Cherokee ARES group will establish emergency communications to various locations throughout Cherokee County back to the Cherokee County Emergency Operations Center and Georgia Emergency Management Agency Headquarters in Atlanta, across the state during a simulated exercise.

Platteville fire department sees radio signal improvement following tower relocation

PLATTEVILLE, Wis. — The Platteville Fire Department has experienced a boost in signal quality after its radio vendor relocated department equipment from a tower located atop city hall to another on the Platte Mound. Fire Chief Ryan Simmons has reported that after months steadily worsening interference that impeded the department’s...

Next Issue Issue Of The Wild Bunch Dispatch: Building Secure Radio Communications Networks Post-Collapse

Issue #64 of The Wild Bunch Dispatch, Alt-Market’s exclusive newsletter covering concepts and tactics for defeating globalism, is set to be released on September 29th. The Wild Bunch is a place to explore subjects and solutions to centralized tyranny which are rarely if ever covered by the rest of the alternative media. Meaning, we talk about direct action measures along with more passive strategies.
Arkansas Online

Alabama ruling protecting shooting files creates stir

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday ruled that a sheriff ’s office did not have to turn over records about a fatal shooting by a deputy, a ruling that broadly interpreted an exemption for investigative records and prompted a sharply worded dissent by the court’s chief justice.

Giovinazzi drove entire Russian GP with no radio communications

In the round-up: Antonio Giovinazzi spent most of the Russian Grand Prix “struggling with the car” after a radio failure left him unable to communicate with his team. Giovinazzi: “I was struggling with the car, to be honest”. Giovinazzi revealed he suffered a radio failure on lap one of the...
Times Gazette

‘Crabbie’ will be site of HARA special station

On Saturday, Oct. 2, the Highland Amateur Radio Association (HARA) will operate a special event station to call attention to the “World’s Largest Horseshoe Crab” that resides off of S.R. Route 124 at the eastern edge of Hillsboro. According to the American Radio Relay League, a special event station is...

Land Mobile Radio Market 2021-2026 Detailed Analysis and Growth Strategies, Regional and Recent Scenario Analysis

The latest research report on Land Mobile Radio Market informs the reader of all significant aspects influencing industry behavior, such as key growth drivers and challenges, to enable stakeholders in making informed decisions for the future. It also includes a comparison of the past and current business scenarios to back the study's predictions. Further, the document offers a detailed account of the several market segments and recognizes the key areas that will promise robust revenues in the coming years.
Monticello Express

County explores backup dispatch at JETS building

Brenda Leonard, Jones County Emergency Management coordinator, and Gary Schwab, E911 coordinator, met with the Jones County Supervisors during their Sept. 7 board meeting to discuss creating a secondary Dispatch area within the JETS facility in Monticello. Schwab said when JETS was built, a tower antenna was installed on top...
Hillsdale Daily News

Shirkey includes Hillsdale County organizations in state budget

The Economic Development Partnership of Hillsdale County said it is appreciative of Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey’s inclusion of two Hillsdale County projects in the proposed 2022 state budget. When the EDP met with Shirkey in April he asked how he could assist with helping to fund projects in Hillsdale...

Ministry Seizes Illegally Imported Telecoms & Radio Equipment

Phnom Penh: The Working Group of the Telecommunications Regulator of Cambodia (TCC) and the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications claim that ZTE HK has been supplying and distributing telecommunication equipment and radio in violation of Articles 15 and 16 of the Telecommunications Law. The Ministry has decided to confiscate equipment, including equipment used for transmissions, Base Transceiver Stations, Base Station Controllers, Radio Network Controllers and Core Networks.