Posts Tagged ‘IC-208H’

Field Day

My Field Day adventure started on Tuesday, 23 June. I finished the final touched to the eARSIB and then through every possible item I thought I might need (minus a 25 pin to 9 pin cable for a Kantronics KPC-3+ which I will talk about later) in a total of 3 footlockers. I packed up […]

Station goals

I set a few goals back in July and thought I would take a look at my progress: What I want to accomplish in the Kansas Shack: – HF phone and CW operation; 80m-10m – HF digital modes (PSK-31, RTTY, PACTOR III) – Computer logging – 2m FM base station – APRS weather station, interfaced […]

On The Road Again!

It was good to get back behind the wheel of my 2005 Toyota Tundra – although can’t say I am excited about paying to fuel it up. I’ve attempted to get a good HF install for mobile operations before experiencing limited success… with perhaps my biggest rookie mistake being an attempt to use the ICOM […]

No APRS Fool

I got my TinyTrak3 APRS beacon working – this link show’s my latest location: http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=kd7pjq … I’m extremely excited I got this working. Other big news – I went to the candy store (a.k.a. Ham Radio Outlet and got the IC-208H for the truck. The manual is here.