the rest of the pack interior is free space for day use or can be expanded to a full ruck for longer trips. i'd show a field picture but perhaps on a warmer day. it's -6F right now and that's cold! i also have a travel mast 10m and a 40m efhw for it on longer operating times.
Test results for 66' efhw and tuner.
17m nothing heard
RBNDX de N7TR-#: 14037.1 AA0NA CW 7 dB 12 WPM CQ 1855Z2015-07-07 18:55:56
RBNDX de K2NNY-#: 14037.1 AA0NA CW 11 dB 13 WPM CQ 1854Z2015-07-07 18:54:44
RBNDX de AC0C-#: 14037.0 AA0NA CW 18 dB 14 WPM CQ 1854Z2015-07-07 18:54:36
RBNDX de VE2WU-#: 14037.0 AA0NA CW 13 dB 15 WPM CQ 1854Z2015-07-07 18:54:34
RBNDX de AC0C-#: 10125.0 AA0NA CW 8 dB 13 WPM CQ 1851Z2015-07-07 18:51:17
RBNDX de AC0C-#: 7036.0 AA0NA CW 7 dB 12 WPM CQ 1847Z2015-07-07 18:47:35
Test results for 28' efhw and tuner
RBNDX de W3UA-#: 18093.0 AA0NA CW 1 dB 13 WPM CQ 1812Z2015-07-07 18:12:35
RBNDX de WZ7I-#: 18093.0 AA0NA CW 6 dB 15 WPM CQ 1811Z2015-07-07 18:11:16
RBNDX de AC0C-#: 14037.0 AA0NA CW 14 dB 15 WPM CQ 1801Z2015-07-07 18:01:14
RBNDX de WA7LNW-#: 14037.0 AA0NA CW 8 dB 15 WPM CQ 1800Z2015-07-07 18:00:48
RBNDX de AC0C-#: 10125.0 AA0NA CW 9 dB 13 WPM CQ 1751Z2015-07-07 17:51:33
40m nothing heard
I guess I'll stick with the 66' wire as I only need 1 securing point and it performs way better than the 28'
Note: the animal is in a picture but hidden in the grass.
My kx3 set to bypass the tuner didn't like the alexloop. I have used it with the tuner by adjusting the alexloop for max noise and hitting the atu button.
Data from hamqth.com
Also been using bandconditions.com for how well the bands are right now.
I tend to keep my elbow close to my rib when sending. This style is closest to the British sending technique. I tap with my middle finger using my right hand.
The feel of the key is the best I've ever used besides a paddle. Even with my fingers freezing, I could send fairly well and effortlessly.
I didn't want the knob on top and he had a few paddles left from the previous model. In addition, I replaced the screw for the leg mount to the key with a thumb screw. The standard one was bit too small requiring the used of a fine screwdriver to mount and unmount the key.
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