Tag: encryption

The Standardized Prepper Coded Matrix

In 2012 the Catastrophe Network published what they called The Standardized Prepper Coded Matrix (SPCM). The Catastrophe Network is no more, but luck has it that I kept the SPCM in my archive.

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Notable Notes 3: Get Ready for the DMR radios

It is happening for just a while but it is happening Fast!

The new digital radio technology has come to market and it is reasonably cheap and accessible.

There are many applications one can use for the benefits the survival community, like AES encryption for $100, and Digital/Analog interoperability.

But that is the tip of the iceberg, there are many interesting options, so take the time to watch at least the first video.

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