I’m pleased to announce the station is now available on Remote Ham Radio!
As a leader in the remote rental space, RHR offers an easy, fast, and fun way to operate whether you enjoy DXing, FT8, ragchewing, pile-ups – you name it. Operate large stations without the investment, maintenance, or years of planning that go into creating them, all for pennies on the dollar.
I’ve spent the better part of 20 years developing my station, adding improvements and upgrades to make operating that much more enjoyable. It seemed like a waste when most of that time, the station was silent unless it was a contest weekend, or trying to work the latest DXepedition. No longer.
RHR’s impressive WebDX technology easily allows anyone with a valid U.S. amateur radio license to log in and operate just like you’re sitting in the shack. All you need is an internet connection, a Chrome web browser, and a headset connected to your computer. Done.
Once connected to W7/Seattle, my station uses a Flex 6600M with an OM2000A+ amp that gives you a full 1,500 watts to punch through the pile-ups, or start your own pile-up. Also, if you haven’t experienced the Flex’s panadapter feature, you’re in for a treat.
Check out this short video:
For more information, go to the RHR website: http://www.remotehamradio.com/
Until next time, hope to CU on the air!
73, Mitch, K7RL