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I will review a great product that has been used for many, many years as part
of many base radio stations. This review will discuss the Ringo Ranger as a part
of any Emergency Manager's disaster kits. Ideal for emergency preparedness exercise or the real thing. Pre[positioning of this radio workhorse may be as handy as a flashlight on that stormy night.
The antenna are commonly used as Ham radio antenna installations and may well be the most successful antenna of all time in that service.
But the antenna spans frequencies
from 138 mHz to 160 mHz, commonly known as VHF High Band. So it will cover these services:
2 Meter Amateur Radio Antenna
RACES and Amateur Radio Emergency Services antenna
Military Affiliate Radio Antenna
Civil Air Patrol antenna
Fire and Rescue antenna
Emergency Management antenna
EMS, HazMat, or FEMA missions
With disaster scenarios that may require one or many of the organizations working together with and without interoperable radios, the ARX-2B antenna allows for rapid deployment and easy returning to meet any contingency needing Immediate, temporary operations in or near a disaster scenes.
Mountable on mast sections or almost any convenient mounting place, the antenna is a versatile performer.
But the Ringo Ranger was designed for everyday operations too. It is a good product
for Emergency Operations Centers. With a weight of only 6 lbs and a modest surface area, this antenna can be used on busy towers or masts with little additional wind loading.
Best of all, is it is very low cost and be stored in a disasteer kot for an indefinte perido.
Please visit this link for technical specifications: See Ringo Ranger specifications, order info
You can talk to almost any serious Ham radio operator and hear live tesamonial of the long experience that is represented in this antenna. Call me for any support I can provide or with questions.
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