LIQRP Radio Club - Communicating after a Disaster takes down Cell Towers

In a wired society, the LIQRP is a ham radio club that still uses Morse code and short-wave radio. They prepare to broadcast information in the event of a massive communication failure such as 9/11 or the blackout of 2003.

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By Video Journalist Waldo Cabrera

In the case of another massive event such as 9/11 or the blackout of 2003, Tom McCuen shows us how low power radios and Morse code might be our only means of communication. McCuen is part of the LIQRP ham radio club, which stands for low power and amateur radio.

Featured Interviews: Tom "AA2VK" McCuen and Fred "K2LDC" Kruger, Long Island QRP Club

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