I read the piece about the FCC tracking outages in Puerto Rico after Fiona struck.
I am part of a ham radio group that uses radio and internet. We call it Skynet and it’s a group that uses Zoom for video and radio for audio.
None of the guys from Ponce, P.R., have been on since the storm, because they need a working internet connection. This is a fundamental problem with DMR radio, but we put up with it since 99% of the time it works great. And it keeps a lot of hams in touch from Europe and the USA at the same time. Without the internet, band conditions would prohibit that.
Also, it’s FM-quality audio.