(VIDEO) 20 mins of Fun Ham Radio CW from Idaho using 100W + 24' Greyline Flagpole Antenna, HF Vertical
(Video) 20 minutes of ham radio (CWT contest) from Northern Idaho using a portable go kit "ski bag" amateur radio station on the deck
24' HF VERTICAL ANTENNA & 100W WORKS A LOT OF STATIONS
The ladder line is seen exiting the antenna to an adapter which converts the window line to a PL259 that plugs into the LDG RT-100 remote tuner. Simple.
Tthe other black box you see is a mini RF Choke that connects the feedline to the shack which is about 25’ of LMR 240. This keeps any CMC (common mode current) off the coax and at the antenna.
Cycle 25 and the ham radio bands are coming alive and we are having fun working the ham bands from the cabin from the Pacific Northwest once again.
"We had some fun runs and guys were hearing us across the country from Northern Idaho! So much fun."
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What other Customers are saying
- "Real DX 160-6M at my HOA"
- "4 Band DXCC in 3-months at my HOA."
- "So pretty my XYL approves!"
- "If I can hear it, I can work it."
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HAM RADIO IS FUN AGAIN. PASS IT ON.
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