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|Electric Power Grid Independent.
Two-way radio protocol?
Roger, Wilco, Over & Out? Naa, none of that. Press PTT, ask for radio
check. "Spring Branch Radio, is this thing working?"
Initial repeater operation will be
simplex, Parrot or talk-back repeater. Repeater records message and
plays it back immediately. Duplex repeater is desired but, with
inexpensive radios the simplex repeater has better coverage and will do
until higher duplex arrangement can be made.
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Promote Spring Branch Radio System
Local - Spring Branch Radio Public Service
Spring Branch Radios Free Distribution
Neighborhood's Watch Functions
All About Spring Branch Radio Operations
Spring Branch Radio Project Radios Are Free
If Moving, Recycle Radio To Others Locally
If a Spring Branch Radio, Redistribute
Use a name, or, a "handle", "screen name", or "real name" plus maybe
your Nextdoor.com group name. "Armalee Gumfudgen in Tappenbeck". Seems,
with cell phones today, Home Depot, the NSA, other governments and the
World knows way too much about your activities and movements.
Local low powered Spring Branch Radio traffic is totally un-interesting
to the NSA, CIA, FBI, governments and Home Depot
and probably more private than the data made available, big time, to
unauthorized snoopers mentioned above.
Seems, like CB radio and Marine radio frequencies, the FCC is
overwhelmed with FRS / GMRS UHF radio and in process of rule making,
"giving up", and "please be nice on the band". Some blister pack radios
still come with a license notice or application. Sources say, who?,
sources - say, of millions of FRS / GMRS radios sold, nobody pays
attention to the incomprehensible jumble of regs.-rules. Be nice.
Spring Branch Radio repeaters are fully licensed and legally operated by
Robert Hutchinson, GMRS License - WQQZ543, Ham Radio license - N5CNN,
Wireless Industry Association, Neighborhood Watch Radio and other GMRS,
Ham radio or other service FCC licensees. The International (Morse) code
you may hear from a Spring Branch Radio repeater is the GMRS call sign
Charges with USB or uses AA or AAA alkaline.