[aprssig] Ham Radio Response and Comm Vans?

Gary D. Schwartz gary.schwartz at pobox.com
Thu May 5 18:04:08 CDT 2016


Bob:

One that was not mentioned is HAMCOW
http://hamcow.net/

It is a converted construction trailer, set up 
with at least 5 operating stations on HF to UHF, 
various antennas on push-up poles (think TV news 
van), basic accommodations for operators, WiFi, 
multiple power options, and much more.

Based in Southeast Mass, but we saw it last year 
at a large hamfest in New Hampshire.

Full description and pix on their site.

Gary
N1ZCE



At 04:16 PM 5/4/2016, Robert Bruninga via aprssig wrote:
>Does anyone have any good links to a good Ham Radio Disaster response van?
>Â
>The IEEE is putting together one and so far, it 
>has no Ham radio involvement.  Just a single satellite phone.
>Â
>I want to be able to show them (with a link to 
>someone else’s existing Comm van) what is 
>possible with nothing more than simple 
>involvement of local amateur radio clubs and/or operators.
>Â
>Thanks
>Bob, WB4APR
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