Partisan Labs: ADL-1 OTP Generator

Posted: November 22, 2020 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


I originally wrote this evaluation WAAY back when, and since that time, I’ve used this device hundreds of times, both operationally with my own extended network and in the Advanced RTO Course where we cover how to use OTP encryption. It’s remains the best device of its kind and well worth the money.

We have demonstrated evidence of AntiFa elements using OTP to coordinate their activities abroad, lending to the necessity of the Patriot side needing to not just understand the theory of implementation but competency in training. Get your hands on one while you can. -NCS

Most of the readership is at least familiar with the American Redoubt Radio Operator’s Network (AmRRON), a radio organization dedicated to communications among operators in the American Redoubt region but also nationwide. They hold several regular exercises and events aimed at getting preppers on the air, networked and using their equipment…

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  1. paulsprepping says:

    I don’t do complicated. Just voice and Morse code.
    However, I do use mil-net speak, and 10 codes.
    Old school stuff to achieve brevity more than anything else, all very low tech.

    Sometimes I think complication is a mistake because it attracts the wrong sort of attention. After all in a world of quiet, even a quiet chirp sticks out like a sore thumb.

    Plus RDF is so fast nowadays that a rough bearing on you is obtainable in fractions of a second. We used home brew one’s in the 80’s when fox hunting. (CB fun time) as an advanced example.
    TDOA handheld when on foot. Crude but it worked.

    Anyway, get enough rough bearings and you have an AO, area of operation. Then, no matter how smart you think you are, the military can bring in some really scary electronics to locate you.

    Most people’s defense over RDF is to simply go mobile and vary TX times and frequencies. Low tech, costs a bit of fuel or boot leather, but it still works.

    That and use carrier pigeons.
    (Dual use. Communications without batteries and food). 😉


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