Practical Commo Advice

Mason Dixon Tactical

Brushbeater gives practical examples on realistic operational commo.

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Simple, Rugged, Rural Line of Sight Communications

Bottom line, minimum equipment, reliable, ease of use under stress, able to survive primitive and combat abusive circumstances.
What do I go out and procure for on foot mobile comms for a citizen small unit infantry team for inter squad and checking in periodically with a home base system in the Appalachian Mtn range?
Keep it simple, rugged and primitive as possible.

mountaintroops.jpg

In Mountains or other hilly terrain, 2M works best. The most rugged, yet inexpensive set I’m aware of is the Icom V80.

icom v80.jpgIcom IC-V80

You’ll need a simple 2M set in your Base of Operations, AKA a Command Post. A single band Mobile is what’s needed:

kenwood.jpgKenwood 2M mobile

You’ll need a good antenna. The roll-up J-poles work well, and are great for temporary setups, such as…

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