Ham radio operators world-wide talkers
Ham radio operators met in person recently as a way to put a face to people they talk to frequently over radio waves.
A group of radio operators in the "Pico Net" met in Nevis last week for lunch and conversation. Members of the group are for the most part living in Minnesota.
The participants, called "hams," are able to use wireless radio equipment for chatting with other "hams" as well as serving a public service and being available in emergency situations, if needed.
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