Click on the cover for larger view Click on Table of Contents for a larger view CQ June The June issue of CQ is our fourth annual Take it to the Field Special, packed full of articles and columns on operating away from your home station, both in our print edition and in the expanded CQ Plus portion of our digital edition. We start out with a report by International Editor Tom Smerk, AA6TS, on the growing interest in ham radio among 4-wheelers, who appreciate its value when off-roading beyond the range of cell-phone towers. Finally, John Nistico, NY6DX, who maintains the field lighting for a minor league baseball team, explains how he was able to use the ballpark during the off-season for some major league contesting! Moving to our CQ Plus digital supplement, we carry on with three Take It to the Field projects you can build: A five-band end-fed antenna with innovative counterpoise system that can make your trail-friendly adventures even more exciting. A unun impedance transformer for putting your shortened end-fed wire on 75 and 80 meters. And do you remember when Citizens Band radios glowed in the dark?
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