In conclusion, I hope you have found this site to be of help. Putting together a "sucessful" Rover station can be a huge undertaking, or it can be as simple taking your 2 meter HT to some high spot and working a few "dx" stations. By providing a convenient source of information I hope to make it a little easier for everyone to get their Rover station up and running. And to have more fun!
Do you have some ideas or suggestions for other Rovers? If so I'd love to hear from you. Just drop me a line and I'll see about getting it on the page, with full credit of course.
I hope to post frequent updates and revisions, so check back often.
And last but certainly not least, a big thanks to QSL.NET's sponser, Al Waller, K3TKJ, without whom none of this would be possible!
1/2 of the N9RLA /R no budget Rover Team!
N9RLA /R [EM68] at the mic, 1998 ARRL Sep. VHF QSO Party