Going Portable

WD8RIF's KX3 Travel Kit

WD8RIF’s KX3 Travel Kit

One of the best things about operating QRP is the ability to grab your gear and take it with you.The following links are a collection of websites where people showcase their “grab and go” kits and techniques. I would like to make this collection of links as extensive as possible, so if you have a suggestion for another site please let me know. Also, if you would like to write-up a description of your portable gear along with photos, you can post it here on QRPer.com!

Here is a collection:

Elecraft

Paul Smith's (N0NBD) go bag includes a Hendricks PFR-3, BLT tuner, end-fed antenna wires, Norcal doublet, 1.2 AH SLA battery and a pad and pen. Click to enlarge.

Paul Smith, N0NBD, has a go bag that includes a Hendricks PFR-3, BLT tuner, end fed antenna wires, Norcal doublet, 1.2 AH SLA battery and a pad and pen. Click to enlarge.

Hendricks QRP Kits

  • PFR-3
    • N0NBD’s go bag (see right) and web site
      (new URL)

Icom

Index Labs

Yaesu

FT-817

FT-857


Antennas


Reference
Methods for mounting and enhancing to-go boxes:

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