Posts Tagged ‘Mobile Operating’
Many who know me in the New England area know I love to go to a park or an open field and play radio. Often on the Appalachian trail or state or federal park. Simple to do, tons of fun. It is also a great opportunity to talk up radio for those that are curious. When I operate, I often carry some brochures from the ARRL with my contact information so I can help them get in a class, if interested.
Field day, every time. Go out, throw up your antenna in a tree and play. It doesn’t get any simpler than that. I’ve also worked the world on HF, 100 watts this way as well (OK, believe it or not, still no JA, but I’m working on it!!!).
Craig, VK3VCM has put up a great video (in HD too!!!) that goes over just how to set up and operate portable if you haven’t done so. If you’ve been curious, this is a great introduction to portable HF operating, but also the new Kenwood TS-590.
I put all of my equipment in a go box and I’ll work on getting a post up with that rig setup soon. I essentially plug in power and antenna and I’m off and running.
If you find any other great videos, post them below.