Thursday, October 1, 2009
Tomorrow I'll be heading to Arizona for the six month winter season again. This week I've been arranging radios and wire and books in preparation. I'll be taking the new Tecsun PL-600, and the ultralights, but leaving the Eton E1 at home. The box loops may stay at home this year, as they take up a lot of room. Quite possibly I might build a portable box loop while I'm there. Other antenna experimentation is a distinct possibility.
I'll be doing some DXing as I cross the country from New York to Arizona. The next report back here on the blog will be from the Great American Desert, when time permits. At the other end, DXing from southwestern Arizona is always a thrill - super-quiet conditions, lots of open space, minimal IBOC interference, low splatter quotient because the big guns are a long way off, routine 500+ mile daytime DX, and Mexico right in your backyard. Looking forward to the trip, and the new DX excitement it brings!
73 to all!