In the midst of packing for my DXpedition / SCUBA dive trip to San Salvador Island, I felt the need to start a series on designing and building a portable ham radio station in a motorhome. Since mine was already done, We bought a new motorhome so I can start all over again. Also, wanna make a QSO with me on DXpedition? Watch this episode.
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