Ham Radio News: Radio Technology for Isolated Communities

Far from a needless luxury, radio technology can be key to facilitating communications in isolated communities of Central America.



copthorne macdonald - 1980
Copthorne Macdonald is the inventor of slow-scan television, a method of amateur radio transmission that allows ham operators to both hear and see each other during shortwave broadcasts.
MADALEINE MACDONALD
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Isolated communities in Central America derive great benefit from radio technology. Here a neophyte Mayan CB operator receives some medical good news.
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