Win a Codan Envoy X1 HF radio


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Win a Codan Envoy X1 HF radio

The VKS-737 Radio Network, part of the Australian National Four Wheel Drive Radio Network provides a 24 hour a day HF radio service for travellers throughout Australia, on frequencies between four and 15 megahertz using 19 base stations.

It is currently embarking on a major base radio replacement program, aimed at significantly improving the quality of service to its subscribers.

As part of this, they are running a raffle, to be drawn on the 19th December.

Tickets are $5.00 each and the first prize is a new Codan Envoy X1 HF radio, complete with a Codan 3040 auto-tune antenna. This kit is valued at $4,300.

The Envoy, Codan’s latest offering, transmits from 1.6 megahertz to 30 megahertz, has wide band receive, works SSB, AM, CW, AFSK and FSK. Output can be set from 5 watts to 125 watts. It has commercial quality specifications, with all the controls on the microphone. It is a beautiful software defined mobile radio.

Specifically for Amateurs, the radio can be programmed to easily VFO throughout our HF Bands.

This raffle is open to everyone in Australia, regardless of whether they’re with the VKS-737 Radio Network or not.

Details can be found by going to http://www.vks737.on.net and clicking on the Raffle Link.

What a Christmas present it would be for an enterprising Amateur!

You need to be in it to win.

Robert VK3ARM

via Win a Codan Envoy X1 HF radio.

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Attention amateur radio operators in Australia. The VKS-737 Traveler Radio Network is raffling off a new, state of the art Codan Envoy X1 HF radio to raise funds for the VKS-737 network. Robert (VK3ARM) says the Codan transceiver can be easily programmed to include amateur radio  HF frequencies.  Australian hams have until 19 December 2014 to enter the raffle. Good luck!

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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