TITLE

Going Mobile as an Alternative to Fixed-Station Operation

AUTHOR(S)
Brogdon, Al
PUB. DATE
April 2007
SOURCE
Low Profile Amateur Radio: Operating a Ham Station from Almost A;2007, p19-1
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 19 of the book "Low Profile Amateur Radio: Operating a Ham Station From Almost Anywhere," Second Edition is presented. It discusses how one can operate mobile from their vehicle with considerable success and satisfaction in the long term. It narrates the author's experience of ongoing interference problem in his home which made him go mobile on HF CW. It recommends the ARRL book "Amateur Radio on the Move" for information on mobile installations for hams considering going mobile.
ACCESSION #
79820326

 

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