I just received my certificate for the September VHF Contest.
I was working the 222 Spring Sprint and took a break to join the Pacific NW Weak Signal Net on 144.240.
I found the time to run the 222 spring sprint this year. It went better than I thought.
My mailbox had a surprise in it. I wasn’t expecting this.
After trying to tune my home brew 1.2GHz yagi better and hosing it up, I decided on building another.
I built a 1.25M yagi a while back and wanted to do a little testing. So, I hopped on the local 222 SSB net.
I made a video of a contact using an external transverter. I got a lot questions about how I was able to get the operating frequency to show up on …
We worked this contest pretty hard and it paid off. Two of us stayed on the hill until the very end. Results below.
This is a project I’ve wanted to do for quite a while to add some bands for portable contesting. This go-box made from an ammo can makes it easy to …
This was a last minute decision to run during the January VHF Contest, but it turned out pretty good.