mine is stuck onto the back panel of my bench about
skirting board level
held in position with velcro so can be removed for field day etc
if kick my r foot forward, trigger switch.
the lead doesn't get twisted round wheels of chair, feet etc!
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> "Dale L. Martin"
> Well, I guess I didn't understand the question. I thought you didn't want to
> build one, Pete, because of time.
> Many of us don't have formal desks to hold our radio(s) up off the floor, but
> some do. I wonder if anyone has installed 'foot' switches on the inside sides
> of the leg space under the desk? Seems like I heard or read of this
> I guess they would be called knee or leg switches or some such. But, it
> that that might be an easy two-switch operation, maybe even in addition to the
> traditional foot switch.
> Just a thought.
> dale, kg5u
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