ham Radio Go Box
This is a updated look at what resides in my radio go-box these days, although the contents may vary, depending on the circumstances.
My go-box contains the items that I might possibly need or use on a daily bases, as I have this go-box with me everywhere I go, and that is everyday when I leave home.
The contents are
Kenwood D72 2m/70cm HT with data capablity, and includes aprs and gps.
Yaesu VX-8R 2m/70cm-6meter/220mhz HT with aprs and gps.
Baofeng UV-3R with Mobilinkd TNC connected via Bluetooth with smartphone loaded with APRSdroid that allows me to communicate via messaging through the digipeater in my mobile, as well as the capability of cross-banding through my mobile.
Spare batteries for all HT's.
Nomad solar charger for charging all batteries in view
15 minute quick charger that may be powered from 12 volt source or 110 volt source.
Voltage checker digital device
Selection of HT antennas, including my very compact 2 meter take-down yagi
Kestrel 3500 handheld weather station.
Selection of antenna adapters.
Various other adapters cables not detailed here, but stored in the black pouches on the left, in the photo.
Various power cables with different ends including powerpoles for connecting the HT's to my DC Powerpack for charging purposes.
Leatherman multitool and ultra small screwdriver with various bits,
QuiqLite LED flashlight, selectable between white and red light output, and also functions as a flashing red/white strobelight. The Quiqlite attaches to my chestpack, and is highly recommended.
Military issue flashlight with selectable LED beams.
Remember, what you see here, is what I feel I need with me on a daily bases, and I use the various devices included in my go-box everyday.
Your needs may differ, but its important that all hams have their own emergency prepardness go-box, and keep it with them.
Click on the photo for a closer look.....
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