MiQP from Ohio

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Sarah, Evan, and I had the opportunity to go to her parents’ place for the Easter holiday weekend. Since the trip coincided with the Michigan QSO Party, I decided this might be a good test of the portability of the K2. Unfortunately, I was unable to operate much longer than a half hour but I had some fun on 40 meters and tried out N3WG’s (Pignology) HamLog for logging. Neat stuff.

Ethan Miller, K8GU, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Maryland, USA. Contact him at [email protected]om.

4 Responses to “MiQP from Ohio”

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Ethan it’s very nice to see the K2 up and running and netting you some results.
    Mike

  • k8gu:

    Thanks, Mike! I’m enjoying it.

  • Dave K1THP:

    Nice setup! I have been blessed with a nice collection of rigs but my over all favorite is still my K2. Elecraft really hit it out of the park when they came up with a design that the average ham could successfuly build and use it to compete with the high end rigs. Enjoy yours!

  • k8gu:

    Thanks, Dave. Agreed! Like you, I’ve owned/operated some great radios over the years (including the K3 which got me in the door with Elecraft after years of Kenwood TS-930 ownership) but the K2 is something special.

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