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FM versus NFM for Best Radio Communications

Survivalist Radio FM Communications NFM or Normal FM

Survivalist radio communications: FM or NFM? Which FM mode is best for emergency use? What is NFM? What is NB? What is narrowband FM or wideband FM? FM goes further than NFM, but why? The answer to these questions are important for the comms prepper when programming a VHF/UHF walkie talkie for emergency communications. In this RadioMaster Reports article, we unravel the secrets of the various FM modes and explain how…

FM versus NFM for Best Radio Communications?

In an emergency, you may need to communicate with others by radio…
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Program Your VHF UHF Transceivers for Disaster Preparedness with FRS GMRS PMR MURS BUSINESS WEATHER MARINE HAM Channel Frequencies

Program Your VHF UHF Transceivers for Disaster Preparedness with FRS GMRS PMR MURS BUSINESS WEATHER MARINE HAM Channel Frequencies
Turn your walkie talkie into a super SHTF survival radio with HAM-FRS-PMR-GMRS-MURS-MARINE-WEATHER-BUSINESS channels. The secret is in this free programming file. When disaster hits, you won’t need to worry about which type of radio is best for emergency communications, because you can talk to any of them! Emergency preparedness is essential for radio communications.

New file! 99 channels of VHF & UHF Radio FREQUENCIES

In an emergency, you may need to communicate with others on their channels…

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Survivalist Radio Communications: Ham vs CB vs FRS vs GMRS vs MURS

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Survivalist Radio Communications: Ham vs CB vs FRS vs GMRS vs MURS

What type of radio should I get for SHTF with the most communication range?” “How far will that radio go?

We see these questions being asked a lot on various forums, especially outdoors, sports, prepper, or survivalist sites. It often leads to complex answers and heated discourse because so many factors influence the distance of radio communications…

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