Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WG3U, Feb 23, 2021 at 2:44 AM.
Dipoles must be planted in the inverted V configuration, otherwise they wont break the ground!
Thank you on both accounts
I only liked 3 things about your video:
1. The content (both Ag and Ham Radio)
2. Your straight forward presentation
4. Your background music. Arkansas Traveler is a favorite. I wonder if it was provided by a local group.
Great to see another HAM in the Ag industry. Enjoyed the video.
There is a band(not sure their location) that performs music just to use on youtube so there are no licensing issues. We just pull the music from their playlist. Thank you for the encouragement!
There are more Hams that are farmers than I realized.
I've always admired and respected farmers. Really hard workers in a very tough business. As a kid back in the late '50s I used to regularly watch the "Modern Farmer" program. It was an informational/educational program about the latest farming techniques and technology. Loved that show.
I think it's great that you are trying to cultivate interest in amateur radio. So were you able to grow any new converts?
Any puns are purely coincidental. by the way.
Ive watched some of those old shows. Really neat.
I see what you did there haha. Looking back, I should have offered up to anyone looking to get into the hobby or looking for more info, to get in touch with me......Maybe Ill do another video when I am Agricultural Mobile.