Ham Organization!

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KD9LFZ, Dec 18, 2020.

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  1. NN2X

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    Leah, fantastic! Keep going forward, you will do more to attract young Hams than ARRL, could every do! My son (KI5FJE), Adam is a big fan of yours

    NN2X / Tom
     
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  2. N8LI

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    Nice video. Good - keep up posting these.

    You really do not need much organizing (not much stuff). One needs to start thinking about organizing only when the labeled boxes themselves start getting lost :)
     
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  3. KD9LFZ

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    No way, if my dad can beat you at his skill level then imagine trying to beat me at my skill level :) jk you would probably beat me every time in an FT8 competition!
     
  4. KD9LFZ

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    I haven't been able to get any of my friends geographically close to me interested, but a lot of my close friends also like flying airplanes and ham radio and technology! I met most of them through the LICW online CW classes!
     
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  5. KF6FRR

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    Type A personality people do not like to waste time. Most ALL type A people will be organized most of the time. Good job Leah. I know you said a "Bag" for the G-90, but how about a small case, like a Yeti hard case. Some on the site will gig me for the suggestion, but, Harbor Freight has a nice selection of hard cases with foam interiors, and not that expensive either. Hard outside for toughness, soft inside for protection of the radio and accessories. Just a thought! 73
     
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  6. KI7WL

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    Seems like a lot of work to have to unpack all those boxes for everything that used to be in your backpack. Why not just put all the HF stuff in its own separate bag? I have found all those boxes with all their packing materials take up far more room.

    You also defeated the purpose of a Go Bag. I think over time you will find that father does not always know best :) Being able to bug out at a moments notice can reap invaluable benefit.

    It seems to me your dad's system was for a bunch of stuff he has accumulated over the years and is actually not being used currently. But I am betting his actual current station is not all boxed up.
     
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2020
  7. N6KZB

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    Good enthusiasm, keep at it. ;);););)
     
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  8. N0TZU

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    They also have decent selection of small item storage boxes with removable dividers. I’ve got several for things like connector adapters, crimp terminals, parts, etc. Not much to go wrong with a plastic box.
     
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  9. N0QIX

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    Very nice video. I wish you luck on all your expeditions.
    73 de N0QIX
     
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  10. NN4RH

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    I save the amber colored prescription medicine bottles, they are handy for storing small parts such as fuses, 4-40 hardware, ring terminals, powerpole parts, etc
     
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