Easy Survival Medicine HAM Radio DIY Build

HAM Radio Build

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Emergency communications have always been integral to medicine. In this video post we’ll be showing you a quick and easy Survival Medicine HAM radio build. The entire project ran about $270!

There are multiple advantages of using a battery charger over a standard power supply. Chargers not only provide a portable “jumper charge” for car batteries, but also typically contain USB ports, 12V cigarette power outlets (the red round outlets below), and an emergency light source. They can be plugged into a wall socket for quick recharging, or a solar panel can be connected to the pack through a custom connection – involving a charge controller. If it comes to a rapid exit from your bug-in-location, the entire unit can be lowered easily into a backpack / BOB!

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