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Neat, but the FCC classifies them as intentional jamming devices!
Hammarlund receiver on the far left...
Bottom right looks like a Heathkit DX-20/40 almost.
Top right, Gonset Communicator for VHF or UHF
He's fake because he's supporting anti-gun, non-conservative Romney.
Turn the squelch off for simplex / satellite work.
You reaallllyyy need a yagi for satellite work.
You gain VHF+UHF, plus a whole lotta HF to play with.
Plus, they're proper radios.
Bang for the buck, I'd just cash out for an FT857D or FT100D.
My unofficial advice, with the amount of exports on the road today, nobody is...
Can it do PL tones?
I'd rather have a 1/4 wave vertical at 10,000 ft than a 10 element yagi at 10 ft.
Your antenna needs to be longer.
Hustler ball on top of some 1/4" plate, mounted off a rollbar or bumper is probably the most ideal mount.
102" whip can withstand a lot of abuse, since it's one continuous piece of metal with no coils to break or anything.
It'll be as...
I just ignore them.
I do the same thing! The sweet DX stations are usually CW...Antarctica, Siberia, Arctic Islands, etc.
There's a lot of good nets out there.
There's a maritime mobile net on 40m that may interest you?
Sometimes aeronautical mobiles pop in for...
Both can be had for about $250.
Both offer 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 bands.
Both are tube-hybrids, meaning, they're...
His aggressive key action is vibrating the tuning coil and causing spurious emissions.
Meanwhile, someone is tuning up a TNT transmitter on 40m somewhere...
It's false economy to save $100 on a power supply, then eat that up in tube costs later.
I'd push for a fairly conservative number out of 811As. I hear they don't do so "hot" when pushed to the max with AM service. Plus they're only...