Ham Radio on the VHF and above bands can be fun, but sometimes terrain and other factors can get in the way.
Luckily I have access and have setup a remote site where I can operate from which serves as an asset to the amateur community in studying VHF and above propagation.
Let’s go on a tour!
Hepburn Forecast Tropo Ducting Video:
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0:00 The things we do for amateur radio…..
2:19 A tour of the inside
6:15 The antennas outside
7:54 This seems rather hazardous…
8:14 Bring everything plus more
9:23 Some AMAZING contacts made!
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