Front yard radio time

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  1. kid_couteau

    kid_couteau Warrior Poet at Heart Supporter

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    Sitting in my front yard on 2 meter powered by solar. Getting some funny looks from passers by lol. Nothing fancy, 20AH SLA battery. 2 25 watt solar panels. Small fold up panel charging my phone. Just having a quiet day outside. Anyways just sharing
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    Nice setup for 2M go kit. K7SON
     
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    Nice setup young fellar. KE4KQN
     
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    I can't see your antenna. I use silicon to glue the solar controller on the back side of the portable solar panel. For my 10watt HF rig I use 2 12V 7AH batteries in a lunch pail. For the full power HF rig I use a size 24 deep cycle batters and a 60 watt solar panel. GS2202016 004.JPG
     
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    Nice set up. I like it.

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