|Date Uploaded||2022-03-13 11:58:31 UTC|
|Date Released||2022-04-06 07:55:55 UTC|
|Location(s)||Ned’s Corner Camping|
|Notable Equipment||Radios. Lots of radios.|
|Camera(s) Used||2x GoPro Hero 8|
|Software Used||Final Cut Pro, mTracker 3D, mCallouts|
|Subscribers when released||249|
This was the one everyone was interested in, it seems. But given the audience of this channel, it’s understandable why.
Full Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3k_zbyfFeEdLOsk_c6juJsdDqvMGZgP7 In the sixth instalment of the series, we talk about all the radio gear, and what all the antennas are for, covering the Icom 7100 HF/VHF/UHF radio, Codan 9323 HF radio, Uniden UH5060 UHF CB, then cover antennas - Diamond NR770HSP 2/70, Diamond HF30CL, RFI Mopole, Codan 9350, why mounting one became a little trickier than when it was originally made, and the three whips we have for it, the RFI CD7194 4G antenna, Mikrotik RBM11G with Sierra Wireless MC7430, how you power all of this without standby drain, and how you make the vehicle quieter in the HF band so that you can hear incoming radio signals over the vehicle’s radio noise.
Video on HF Noise Reduction: https://youtu.be/8MSNhgkQXA8
00:00 Intro 00:08 Icom 7100 Amateur HF/UHF/VHF 00:37 Codan 9323 and Commercial HF Radio Networks 01:34 HF APRS - position tracking over the radio 02:31 Uniden UH5060 UHF CB and how to hide it in the dash 03:18 Rolling Cactus of Antennas - NR770HSP 2/70 03:36 HF30CL 30m HF 04:20 RFI CD-51-68-50 UHF CB 05:26 Codan 9350 autotuner and why mounting it is so hard 06:21 Codan 9350 whips and how it works internally 08:25 RFI CD7194 4G (with Band 28) antenna and 4G modem setup 09:27 Taoglas GSA.8827.A.101111 On-Glass 4G antenna 09:40 Icom 7100 base unit and how to connect it to the Codan 9350 antenna 10:22 Codan 9323 base unit 10:40 GPS receiver, Raspberry Pi 4, DigiRig, and a bunch of RTL-SDRs 11:54 Down the back - Mikrotik HaP ac for WiFi from the 4G modem 12:47 How to wire up 4G modem and Raspberry Pi for auto-shutdown to save battery 14:11 HF noise reduction and how to do it 16:33 Up Next / Outro