Station Now Available on RHR!

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.

135′ Rotating Bertha Tower – 10m through 80m

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.

Panadapter in action!
View of the operating console

Check out this short video:

For more information, go to the RHR website:

Until next time, hope to CU on the air!

73, Mitch, K7RL

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