ARRL Field Day 2016 @ Nashville, TN

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As promised, Tom with his friend Karl picked me up in the morning of THE Field Day. We headed straight to the Nashville Amateur Radio Club’s field day location. About 9 in the morning and some 4 or 5 stations setup. I also met some of the VE Team good guys who helped me earlier with the tech exams.

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A lot of excitement in waiting. Some state of art (lotsa $$) portable rigs, beams, buddipoles, crankup towers and YES !! raising a dipole with Quad Copters. Here’s some of the moments captured:

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After some competition with Karl and Tom over the foot long SUBs and loads of coke in the hot afternoon we moved over to the other location in Franklin. No pictures here as the second event was hosted by the local 911 emergency response team at their communications center. World class secure facility. A lot of different equipment for newbies, Large displays for contest updates for field operators, and lots of fun. This was mostly a quite place run by some serious operators.

All in all Great fun!

Amogh Desai

Amogh Desai

A System Admin by profession, is a tech buff and a licensed Amateur Radio operator with callsign VU3DES. He is interested in Technology, Amateur radio, Electronics home-brewing, FOSS, Photography and everything tech. He uses this blog to share his views and ideas with people sharing similar interests.
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