Originally Posted by Eaglelover
Hi Red: I am a general class license ham. I have a Windjammer 2012 3100W and live full time in my rig. I am set up for Vhf,UHF and HF. I have rigged the ladder and jack stand to attach my antennas. If you need pics of my set up let me know and I will post a couple.
Regards; Frank WB2IRE
Where did you physically mount your radio? And, how did you run your antenna cables?? I don't have a ladder on my trailer, maybe a tongue mount might work, if I have any room left up there.
Originally Posted by Forbes
WB4FSN, Good Luck with the ticket and maybe someday we can have a qso and qsl, when I think about it I can not really remember not being a Ham Radio operator. I got my first ticket in 1956 at age 9 and still have my first rig, home brew in a cigar box, have to get some pictures post of that. Had to build a new ham shack a few years ago due to all the boat anchers and other radios, wife said I have to many toys, but remember he who dies with the most toys WINS and I want to win.
Actually, that would be really neat to see. We dragged out my dad's first HAM radio. He picked up a board so we could add CTCSS to it. But once we got the radio apart, the main board inside of it was cracked from one end to the other. He was pretty bummed, but I think we'll fix it anyways. Its a pretty robust construction, single sided PCB. If nothing else, it'll be a frankenstein looking thing by the time we're done with it.
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