My next to last class is in two weeks. My last class is in July. The locations are Virginia and Connecticut. There will be no classes west of the Rockies, or in Texas, or any other place for that matter.
Things I will be talking about include:
- Recent discoveries about Chicom radios.
- Recent discoveries about common consumer electronics devices that make them better than your Baofeng.
- Learning electronics to the level where you'll be able to modify/kit-bash off-the-shelf gear, and eventually roll your own stuff.
- How to organize your communications monitoring efforts for best results versus time spent.
- What to look for when buying gear, and what to buy.
From the beginning:
Cybertek exists because its producer feels that we are sliding downward to become more and more of a totalitarian society, and that part of the solution to this problem is to impart knowledge and information which is essential for people to have if they desire to exist as free citizens in a free country. An ignorant populace is very easy for a tyrant to keep down, but people who are knowledgeable in the ways and means to live independently and fight totalitarianism are impossible for despotic state to have control over. As James Madison, the father of the U.S. Constitution, once said, "A people who to mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power knowledge gives."Cybertek is unique from other libertarian periodicals in that it is mostly (90%) practical, how-to type information. We feel that enough editorializing has been done in regard to how bad things are, and how "they" are going to come and take away all the gun owners, readers of controversial literature, and other people who are a threat to "the new world order." We figure our readers have heard enough of that, and now they're ready for information on how they can do something about the rising crime rate, increasingly totalitarian government policies, worsening economy, and other problems facing them today. Cybertek's content is intended as a powerful tool to assist its readers maintain themselves, and those close to them, in an increasingly hostile world.