This weekend we do a little camping and test out the Chameleon Lightweight End Fed Sloper (CHA LEFS) antenna as I activate Parks on the Air entity K-1463. Mill Bluff State Park in South Central Wisconsin is known for its unique geological formations. Check out the view as we climb the bluff.

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Chameleon Lightweight End Fed Sloper, (CHA LEFS):

The CHA LEFS is a six-band, no-tuner, High Frequency (HF) antenna for use on the 40, 20, 17, 15, 12, and 10 meter Amateur Radio Service (ham) bands. It is a minimalistic design and lightweight components are intended for the serious backpacker and outdoor adventurer. Leave the tuner and SWR meter at home – just bring a radio and a pair of boots!

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