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Portable HF QRP - what's in your go bag?

Discussion in 'QRP Corner' started by VK3YE, Jan 3, 2021.

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  1. N1RBD

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    Minimalist to the extreme

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  2. W7MDN

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    This.

    SOTA more, recover faster and cover way more summits by carrying what you need and not much fluff. Smaller pack, lose the mast if you can, MTR or KX2/3, etc. Minimal stuff, keep the weight down. I have no inclination to slog a laptop and Pi to a summit to do FT8 and the like. Not my bag, baby.
     
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  3. K1GC

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    I think your image link is broken.
     
  4. N1RBD

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    A buddy carried an FT891, RPi, 4" monitor, Kenwood VHF 50w rig, batteries for both, Superantenna, cables, HT, and keyboard to a summit. He replaced the 891/Kenwood with an FT857 but still way to heavy for these old legs. He loves his digital modes. But. if he wants to do that more power to him! :)
     
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  5. WD4ELG

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    He is a better man than I. With all that gear, I would lose my enthusiasm pretty fast.
     
  6. KC3TEC

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    crickey, straight key, cricket 40, qcx 40, a pixie to monitor, dipole assembly, 1:1, 4:1 baluns , spare batteries, roll of wire, and possibles box of connectors.
    I am currently building a portable air launcher kit to put the wires up into the trees at camp.

    but before i transmit with that gear i have to brush the dust and cobwebs off my morse skills! ( Damn those spiders can cob up webs in a hurry):p
     

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