The primary HF radio in the shack.
The primary UHV/VHF radio in the shack. Also used for digital modes including Winlink.
Primarily used for ARES DMR in the shack.
The workhorse of all my POTA radios.
All bands, all modes. Makes the perfect ARES rig for HF, UHF, VHF, and Winlink comms with Vara and VHF Packet.
An oldie but a goodie. HF/VHF/UHF all mode powerhouse.
Probably one of the BEST values in QRP SDR radios today!
Currently part of my ARES go-kit (along with the Xiegu G90) for local comms and Packet Winlink.
At around $425, this is by far the most inexpensive way to own a truly fantastic SDR radio.
The ultimate POTA/SOTA/backpacking HF rig.
A 60 watt, $130 VHF radio that will be set up specifically for portable 9600 baud Vara FM Winlink.
A 4 watt QRP HF rig for just over $100.
More on this radio soon. This radio will anchor my new ARES go-kit.
Along with the Kenwood TM-V71A, this will be DMR radio for my new ARES go-kit.
My truck radio. I also use this rig for mobile Winlink email.
My main HT. Dual band with DMR. I can also send and receive Winlink emails using a Digirig interface.
A very inexpensive (<$100) dual band analog and DMR HT. This one lives in my ARES go-bag. Can also be used for Winlink emails with a Digirig interface..
I'll be perfectly honest here..... I only own this radio because I wanted SOMETHING with 1.25m capabilities! :)
The newest edition, but it's been to cold to get it outside!! More to come later.
This rig, along with a Repeater Builder USB-RIM interface and a Larkbox Pro mini PC, is our club's newest Winlink gateway running Vara FM. Soon, it will be capable of doing both Vara FM and packet. W0BNC-10, 144.930.