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Let's see your Field Day pics!

Discussion in 'General Ham Radio Discussion' started by Moleculo, Jun 26, 2020.

  1. Moleculo

    Moleculo Administrator
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    Whatever you do for field day, let's see a pic of your station and people operating!


     
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  2. HomerBB

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    Mine wasn't anything to brag about.
    Basic uBitx battery powered and only me operating. I needed and knocked together a primitive tuner from shack junk. 20200627_203114-01.jpeg 20200627_203120-01.jpeg
     
  3. Moleculo

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    I got up into the local San Bernardino mountains near Big Bear. Here's my camp and 1 Charlie ORG Jeep station running about 450 watts HF 6-80m, 2m/440, and digital modes, including FT4 and Winlink. Rig is the Icom IC-7000 with Ameritron ALS-500 with Rig Expert TI-3000 PC interface. The Hi-Q 4/80 antenna completes the job. I'm pretty proud of the Jeep station.
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  4. HomerBB

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    Well. Molecule, you showed your campsite and mobile station and put my primitive knocked up station in the shade. So I thought I'd show you my campsite, too. My station was setup beyond the grill under the maple tree. And how it looked with the campfires burning. :D
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