Remote Ham Radio from a Mountain TOP!

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  1. VK7HH

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    The things we do for ham radio right?

     
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  2. NL7W

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    Nice!
     
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  3. UT9UK

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    Super! Great video, very interesting! Thanks!
     
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  4. K6MTS

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    Cool location. A little less defined but reminded me of the basalt columns at Devil's Postpile near Mammoth, CA.
     
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  5. VK7HH

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    Thanks!
     
  6. WB5CTS

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    Hayden, Great set-up! I like your use of WISPR , Hepburn and APRS Tropo Maps to track propagation.
    I use the Hepburn, Aprs Maps and NOAA WX radio sites to track . I plan to incorporate Wispr in the upcoming Tropo season.
    73, Hutch
    WB5CTS
     
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2022 at 2:05 PM
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  7. VK7HH

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    Thanks Hutch, glad you got some value out of the video. Yes finding openings is much easier with APRS, Hepburn and WSPR. 73!
     
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  8. M1WML

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