Just a ham in San Antonio…

If you need to get in contact with me, please feel free to do so at:

qrz.com/db/w5caa

I’m on 80-6m, 2m, 70cm, DStar, DMR and YSF.

Lately, I have been activating parks for Parks on the Air! It’s really simple and you can make contacts very easily. I recommend this for people similar to me that just really don’t like calling CQ – i’m not into ragchewing. With Parks on the Air, calling cq is very easy and most calling you back are quick. Parks on the Air “Hunters” are more often than not, really cool & laid back. QSO’s are easy and fun.

Parks on the Air also encourages most people to be able to set up and tear down gear quickly – it’s not just operating your radio – you need to practice setting stuff up and tearing down and also learn to troubleshoot quickly should something go wrong during the process.

Websites:
Parks on the Air
pota.us – spotting page

Current gear:
Icom 7300
Icom 5100a
TYT MD-380
Baofeng BF-F8HP
Baofeng UV-5R
Kenwood D74 (PoS!!)
HyEndFed 3 band EFHW
Comet 2x4SRnmo dual band mobile antenna
Signal Stick from signalstuff.com antenna (check it out! Support hamstudy.org)
Nagoya 771
Nagoya UT-72
2m/70cm copper j-pole from jpole-antenna.com
2m/70cm rollup j-pole from edsantennas.weebly.com
DVMega / RPi3 / Pi-Star
12 Meter (length) Spiderbeam fiberglass pole
Bioenno LifePo4 BLF-1215A
 Battery
 

Check out these links:
AA5RO Repeater Club
parksontheair.com
pota.us
Pi-Star Digital Voice
BandPlans.com

73,
-C

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