January 19, 2018
We’re proud to announce our partnership with W7DXX, the world’s first internet remote base. Contact us to operate our DB36 Antenna remotely at the W7DXX Remote Station located in Las Cruces, NM.
We have always wanted to offer complete testability of our products so you can make easy purchasing decisions. This is now possible with our W7DXX partnership; introducing the opportunity to remotely explore our SteppIR antennas. If you’re interested in testing our DB36 for 80-6 meters, contact our team to get set up. Stay tuned for more updates and improvements as we begin our partnership with W7DXX.
W7DXX is the world’s first internet remote base and proud recipient of the ARRL Technical Innovation Award and CQ Magazine Hall of Fame inductee, SUPER REMOTE W7DXX. This state-of-the-art super station helps you communicate all over the world in the comforts of your home. As antenna restrictions become more severe throughout the country, remote controlled stations like these offer a viable alternative for enjoying Amateur Radio. For those of you unfamiliar with W7DXX Remote Base’s service, you can learn more about them here.
You are invited to join us as one of the Control Operators at WZDXX. Access the power of their station hosting our SteppIR antennas by contacting our team.
- Take the wheel; the station is built to work DX with 1500 watts to a SteppIR antenna 80-6 meters.
- The remote station is located in Las Cruces, NM — Dona Ana County — Grid Square DM62oh.
Antenna coordinates are: 32° 18′ 46” N, 106° 45′ 59.18” W
- Our visitors may operate SteppIR antennas for up to 60 minutes a day.
- Download the latest version of the RCForb Client Software here.
- If you’re interested in a membership with W7DXX it’s only $200 a year.
Use this PayPal link from their website to send your membership donation.
All membership donations are used only for system expenses.
For further questions email W7DXX (firstname.lastname@example.org).