3 Ham Radio Antenna Mounts for Portable Operations on a picnic table.

In this video, Kevin (K7SW) examines 3 simple mounts for clamping your portable antenna on a picnic table or bench.

These mounts are stable and easy to use, whatever your HF/VHF/UHF preferences are for your next field operation.

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Here are a few comments from Kevin (K7SW):

In this video, we'll show you three ham radio antenna mounts that are perfect for portable operations on a park bench. Whether you're a new ham radio operator or a seasoned pro, these mounts make it easy to set up your antenna and start communicating. We'll compare a low-cost model that clamps to a pipe or picnic table, a more expensive model that provides a solid vertical mount, and a versatile mount that can be used in three different configurations. You'll learn the pros and cons of each option, and discover which one is right for your needs. Don't miss this opportunity to upgrade your ham radio setup for your next outdoor adventure! CHA Clamp mount https://geni.us/QLzGC35 S&K antenna mount https://geni.us/SnKBracke CB radio clamp mount https://geni.us/ntrXQve 4 inch bar clamp https://geni.us/IffLFG MFJ 17 foot whip https://geni.us/MFJ1979 Chameleon 17 Foot Whip https://geni.us/PjxdpAW Buddipole Antenna System https://geni.us/se8AX3Q Using my affiliate links to purchase items seen in this video, costs you nothing more and helps me to earn a small commission for growing the channel. Thanks for watching 👍


Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).



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