8 Things We Love About Field Day, Part 4 of 8, Post #1528.

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DXEngineering continues its series of videos on the topic of ARRL Field Day. In part 4 of this 8 part program, Dave Fairbanks (N8NB) and Rod Ehrhart (KS8U) discuss the aspect of friendly competition.  Although Field Day is not designed as a contest, it exhibits some of the behavior common to competitive events.  Whether you consider Field Day to be a contest or a communications exercise, please participate with your local ham radio club or on your own.  At the very least, Field Day will sharpen your operating skills--something you'll need in an emergency situation.

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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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