This year's VHF National Field day was a roaring success.  We scored very well, with 176 logged QSOs, and upon uploading the log seemed relatively well placed.  The weather was glorious, with temperatures in the high 20s, and constant sunshine for both days.

We operated on 2 metres, 4 metres and 6 metres, and as usual were using the 17 element Tonna on a SCAM mast. 4 and 6 were dealt with by 5 element Moonraker beams.   We operated with 300 watts on 2 metres, and 100 watts on 4 and 6.

See the Photos section for more images from this year's VHF National Field Day

This year's VHF National Field day was a roaring success.  We scored very well, with 176 logged QSOs, and upon uploading the log seemed relatively well placed.  The weather was glorious, with temperatures in the high 20s, and constant sunshine for both days.

We operated on 2 metres, 4 metres and 6 metres, and as usual were using the 17 element Tonna on a SCAM mast. 4 and 6 were dealt with by 5 element Moonraker beams.   We operated with 300 watts on 2 metres, and 100 watts on 4 and 6.

See the Photos section for more images from this year's VHF National Field Day
This year's VHF National Field day was a roaring success.  We scored very well, with 176 logged QSOs, and upon uploading the log seemed relatively well placed.  The weather was glorious, with temperatures in the high 20s, and constant sunshine for both days.

We operated on 2 metres, 4 metres and 6 metres, and as usual were using the 17 element Tonna on a SCAM mast. 4 and 6 were dealt with by 5 element Moonraker beams.   We operated with 300 watts on 2 metres, and 100 watts on 4 and 6.

See the Photos section for more images from this year's VHF National Field Day