Mobile HF set up

Discussion in 'On the Road' started by K7OYZ, Jul 25, 2017.

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  1. W5LZ

    W5LZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    I used to do a lot of HF mobile. Did mostly 80 and 40 meters. Never had VHF/UHF till only several years ago, but lots of that too.
    I think I've tried most mobile antennas, ranging from Kenwood's to T.Bugcatchers to screwdrivers. The screwdriver was the easiest to "tune", the Bug- catcher the hardest. Radios were mostly Kenwood, I like them (built-in tuner!). Those built-in tuners are very handy thingies!
     
  2. M6KWY

    M6KWY Ham Member QRZ Page

    i have the same rig as you and i can say its worked fine for me as for mobile hf its a little bit more complicated than people think due to sun weather time of day country your in you should just stick to the th-9800 for mobile thats my opinion kindest regards john m6kwy
     

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