Category Archives: Emergency Communications

Baker Oath Keeper Communications Information

I will be sending out information on communications, it can be useful whether you are part of our comms group or not. This information is Uniden 980intended to help you make informed decisions regarding radios. If anyone has questions you can contact me at, or 541-419-4067.

Since the Oath Keepers have developed a plan to be used on a national and regional level this info will be kept relevant to that plan. The plan that we are working dove tails with other plans for other groups. There are over 2,000 people all across the country that participate, ham radio operators and non-ham operators. We will be using CB’s, Ham radios, FRS, GMRS, MURS and others, also scanners and short wave radios.

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How to increase the range of a radio scanner


Radio Scanning has come a long way since the old ‘Rock Boxes’ of the 1970’s. This article explores how to get the best performance out of your analog or digital radio scanner.


SBE_Optiscan_1Radio scanning is a great hobby. Not only do you stay informed with happening in your neighborhood or community, but listening to a radio scanner can keep you safe in times of severe weather, natural disasters, civil unrest, or even large community events. But to make scanner listening effective, you need a strong signal for the receiver, especially if you live in a rural or fringe area.

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