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Thanks for posting this Walter. I don't have a KX3, but I do have a KX2 and this has the potential of becoming a very nice addition to the "Go Kit" along with the 40' fiberglass push-up mast that collapses to just over 3 feet.
Jim - W0EB
See y'all at OzarkCon
Reading the KX3 reflector yielded a great fix for making a power pack for portable operations and even a possible backup battery for those HTs that use battery modules you cannot charge on an outing.
Kevin - K4KPK has an inexpensive solution and it's main feature is fewer contacts than a regular battery holder that has too many springs and an easy way for power losses.
Kevin - K4KPK is a SOTA member and these folks always seem to come up with a great fix for Ham Radio needs.
At Ozarkcon this year we have John Watkins - NØEVH as a guest speaker for SOTA - Summits on the Air. You really would not want to miss his presentation!
See you all at Branson.........it is gonna be fun!
Walter Dufrain - K5EST - Coordinator OzarkCon 2019
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