Radio related translations

Last year(s) I made some translations from English to Russian. I strongly believe that these materials are important and educating, so here is the list in the original language.

 

Emergency comms

Redditnet Guide to Extreme EmComm by NS0S

Emcomm AAR by ARFCOMer Planemaker

 

Monitoring

Radio monitoring for the beginners

From the beginning: communications monitoring

On-scene tactical SIGINT

all by Sparks31 (link, mirror and another sources lost)

 

Preparedness

Radio Communication for Preppers

Personal Commo Quick Reference Guide

 

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Code tables using for the ignorant stupid lazy people

In the context of: radios use in Oregon standoff; 3% communications guru Sparks31 abdication; and Ncscouts’ Echoes of Chechnya inspiration.
Links to look at:
http://radiofreeq.wordpress.com/2016/01/19/militia-radio-frequencies/ / https://archive.is/KclMO
http://sparks31signalcorps.wordpress.com/2016/01/17/closing-down/ / https://archive.is/Umwhh
http://brushbeater.wordpress.com/2015/12/01/echoes-of-chechnya/ / https://archive.is/yTPUH
http://citizenmilitem.com/?page_id=176 (can’t found a way to mirror .pdf files without loading them on my own blog, mea culpa)

Recently have read an interview with volunteer (militiaman) who supported pro-Russian separatists on Ukrainian south-east territories known as Donbass. Politics aside, interesting notes on communications. Sorry for my poor transcription (even with gugl help).

– Comms were the problem?

– In our unit comms were very good. Nearly every fighter had radio, barely there was just no-go to the operations without them. 95% of personnel were provided with comms, surely.

– What’s the radios?

– I’m not expert in them. Were good, “Kenvods”. Were bad. TKF, i guess.

– That is, radios were household and had not a secure communication channel?

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