Ham Radio

Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Mobile HF DXing
The weather is once again lousy here in N.England so I decided to leave riding the Motor Cycle at home today and drive to work instead. On my return journey back home from work, I came across a nice 5/9+20 signal on 20M which belonged to K7ZSD - Brad, who is located 25 miles N.W of Portland, Oregon in the US.
I listened to Brad - K7ZSD working Stations all over Europe as I drove home and decided to give him a call from my mobile Station which worked out great. Brad came straight back to me with a 5/5 report and very good sounding audio from my trusty FT-100. When I got back home I checked Brads call sign on QRZ.com and released why Brad sounded like he was sat with me in my vehicle! Here is Brads - K7ZSD ham station tower array which is so impressive I thought you guys would like to see it.
posted by Simon Davison @ 7:32 pm  
6 Comments:
  • At 9:59 pm, Blogger g4ilo said…

    Oh boy! That's what I want for Christmas!!

     
  • At 12:16 am, Blogger G4JNN said…

    Hi there Simon,

    It's Paul here - G4JNN.

    It was a nice surprise to catch you and Phil M1PAC on 70cm the other night.

    Thanks a million for linking to my new site so quickly:

    www.amateurradiolinks.co.uk

    I love your videos.

    Keep up the good work.

    See you soon.

    73 de Paul Corrigan G4JNN

     
  • At 7:26 am, Blogger Brent said…

    Brad - K7ZSD working Stations this the fantastic radio station you have really enjoyed it.

     
  • At 7:27 am, Blogger Brent said…

    Brad - K7ZSD working Stations this the fantastic radio station you have really enjoyed it.

     
  • At 10:28 am, Blogger 2E0HTS Simon said…

    Julian - I have had a word with the Elves, they are building a tower in lap land as we speak!

    Paul - Its a pleasure, good luck with your new site! catch up soon on 2/70.

    Brent - Cool link to a cool gadjet. 73

     
  • At 10:17 am, Blogger Brent said…

    Brads - K7ZSD ham station tower array which is so impressive I thought you guys would like to see it.

     
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