Our goal was to see how many hams we could contact from Death Valley National Park for a NPOTA (National Parks On The Air) award. We contacted over 400 stations in the US and around the world. Check out the award at the bottom.
Looking northeast across the Greenwater Valley to the east of Death Valley in Death Valley National Park
|The mast supports a 2-element, 3-band Mosley antenna.A halyard line supports a 40 meter inverted V antenna.|
Dave, W6DLF operating SSB, CW, Psk31, and Olivia modes.
Night ops were chilly but we had plenty of power.
Dave Crocker, chief logistics officer, meal planner, and chef.
Overall view of our campsite and operations.
Dave Flack later moved his operating position to a half tent.
Dave Crocker's operating position near an abandoned copper mine.
Dave Crocker handles an SSB pileup on 20 meters.
|We worked over 400 US stations and DX stations in South Africa, |
Jakarta, Asia and Europe. Modes were SSB, Digital, and CW.