Tag Archives: NOAA

Connecting an Antenna to your NOAA Weather Band Radio

The National Weather Service maintains over a 1000 transmitters that broadcast important weather information and alerts 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These broadcasts can be picked up with a NOAA weather radio like this one. But while there is coverage for almost the entire united states and territories, there are some areas […]

Increase the range of your NOAA Weather Radio

Severe weather can strike at any time, day or night. You may not be listening to broadcast radio or watching television when a weather alert is issued. But you can keep informed of changing weather conditions by keeping a NOAA all hazards weather radio in your house. “An external antenna can increase your reception of […]

NOAA Weather Radio Antennas

While my J-pole antennas where primarily designed for transmitting on the amateur radio bands, over the years I’ve increased the models available to cover other VHF and UHF radio bands. One underlooked band that is very important to public safety is the NOAA weather radio band. Every household should have a NOAA weather radio tuned […]

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