During the recent devastating Black Forest fire in central Colorado, my good friend and colleague, Randy, had great difficulty maintaining solid radio communications through our local repeater from his home. Our local hams kept the repeater very busy during the days of the fire relaying the latest information gleaned from emergency response links, commercial sources, AREA and RACES volunteers, and more. It was a valuable resource in our community for rapidly disseminating fire information. His home is located just on the leeward side of a hill from the repeater that is about 7. After the fire emergency, Randy decided it was time to upgrade his station for more reliable operations in the local area. While he plans a future station upgrade to a more powerful mobile-base transceiver, he sought first to improve his home antenna such that he can use the HT in the short term and integrate a mobile-base transceiver later.
Ham Radio Antennas Australia
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Results of a month road test. A little over a year ago, a new mobile antenna became available to the ham radio market. Called the Outbacker in honor of its Australian origins, this rugged yet attractive antenna soon began to show up on the bands and to receive soma nice reviews in amateur radio publications. For the last 12 months, I have been testing the standard one-piece, 6-foot, 8-band Outbacker.
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Axles And Antennas
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To make the most of every dollar and every square inch available, a ham is well advised to make some important plans up front. Setting goals for entering the ham radio hobby can inform the decisions for the type of set up and equipment needed. New hams should think about what first attracted them to ham radio. Perhaps they are interested in something that another ham already does.