Friday, October 27, 2017

Buddistick Ham Antenna Camping Set Up. Post #1293.


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Camping and Amateur Radio make a great combination.  You get a chance to get some physical exercise, enjoy the great outdoors, and operate free from urban noise and traffic.  A well organized campsite makes an excellent base of operations for portable operations.  In this video from Tinker John (W5CYF), we see how a simple, easily assembled antenna made from the popular Buddipole Antenna System can be used on a campsite ham station.  Buddipole antennas are well-built, high quality, and deliver outstanding performance in a small package.

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