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BulliCruiser

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Zello: SOHO1980
I was wondering which communication means you guys are using when traveling in a group.
Since the mobile network coverage is quiet ok, I thought Zello communication app might be a good option, especially in combination with CB etc. for the areas without network coverage.

What are your thoughts? Any interests in having a Zello group for coordination while on the go?

I hope it’s allowed to post such a Link here....
Check out the Overland Europe channel on Zello.
https://zello.me/k/fVJKY

Cheers

Holger
 
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Frisko

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Hi Folks,

is anyone having a HAM license here? It seems to me, that getting a HAM license in Europe requires some more effort compared to the US. I've quickly checked the course from DARC (Germany) for getting the class E (CEPT novice) license and the online course takes 20 weeks. So I would expect HAM radio communication is therefore not commonly used in the european overlanding community. Or am I wrong?