If disaster strikes, there is a form of communication that can still get through: a ham radio.
When 9/11 hit New York City in 2001, for instance, ham radio operators provided a connection to the outside world.
One of those people was amateur radio enthusiast Bob Kyvig, formerly of White Bear Lake, who now lives in Centerville.
“The only communication out there on 9/11 was amateur radio,” Kyvig recalled. “The telephone lines were jammed and no one was going in or out.”
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