“The DXer and the Technician” – 22 minutes (UHD 4K resolution) – English version
This true story is about two amateur radio operators who have been friends for over 35 years. One of them, the DXer, his wife became seriously ill. They had to sell the house, the cottage, all the ham radio gears, and bought an apartment (condo) for it’s wheel chair accessibility, but the new QTH (location) as a ban on antennas installation. So, he was of the air for 8 years. In 2013, him and his best friend, the Technician, discovered a new technology (Remoterig) allowing the use of remote antennas infrastructure over the internet. The Technician offered his best friend to share his antennas. Discover how technology and friendship have successfully brought back the DXer on the air!
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