QRZ Featured Shacks

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  1. AA7BQ

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    Are you proud of your ham radio shack? Most of us are, and a few among us have put together installations that are worthy of special mention. If you have such a shack, we'd love to see it, literally!

    This summer, the folks at QRZ will choose a few of the best ham shacks around and schedule a personal visit for an interview and feature article on our front page. We'll highlighting you and your shack, your antenna farm, and even your mobile rigs to share your story with the worldwide QRZ community.

    We're looking for radio installations that will show off the capabilities of ham radio and how others might be inspired to do the same. We're hoping to visit all types of QRZ member QTH's, from simple, single radio desks to the some of the largest, most sophisticated ones ever built. What matters most isn't cost and complexity but rather neatness, attention to detail, and usability.

    If your shack is chosen, it will appear in one of a series of QRZ feature articles with plenty of pictures and commentary about how it was put together, what its unique highlights are, and how you use it to enjoy the hobby. In addition, you'll receive a handsome QRZ Featured Shack award, suitable for framing.

    This summer, we'll be visiting stations in the southeast, eastern seaboard, and New England. If you would like your setup to be considered as a Featured Shack, drop us a line at myshack@qrz.com along with a snapshot or two of your QTH. We'll confirm receipt of your email and will be choosing the finalists within the next few weeks.
     
  2. K7SWS

    K7SWS Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

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    I'm not sure anyone is ready to see my mess!
     
  3. KF9HA

    KF9HA Ham Member QRZ Page

    I got a Baofeng H.T.
    and a 30 year old Bearcat 210xlt scanner.
    Let me know when you want to do my interview. lol

    PS. I got nowhere to go but up
     
  4. K8ERV

    K8ERV Ham Member QRZ Page

    I'm right behind you.

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
     
  5. WA6MHZ

    WA6MHZ Subscriber QRZ Page

    Hope your tour will include the SOUTHWEST at some time in future years, Fred! I'd like to enter mine!


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    "What matters most isn't cost and complexity but rather neatness, attention to detail, and usability."
    Rats! I lost already!
     
  6. AF6LJ

    AF6LJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    This is great, I think Fred should interview Pat and take in the whole museum.
     
  7. N0SSC

    N0SSC Ham Member QRZ Page

    I nominate this guy:

    [video=youtube;OVH9Pav_rNw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVH9Pav_rNw[/video]
     
  8. K9ASE

    K9ASE XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    This is awesome I love the zed roadshow
     
  9. WA6MHZ

    WA6MHZ Subscriber QRZ Page

    I really like that slanted operating desk! Don't know what the thingy in the upper left of the slanted area is with all those knobs or jacks. Very classy. I need to use this design in my next attempt at a Radio station desk, as the slanting makes it very easy to use and see the radio. I see he uses a 19 inch rack panel mount with handles to hold the radios in place. Don't know how I would hold a FTdx5000 in that arrangement. But now, I have to have a special light shining on the front of the rig just to see the knobs and lettering. Took some great carpentering skills to build that spectacular desk!
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2013
  10. W0CBF

    W0CBF XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    I really like the look of a slanted desktop but have never had one. Does anyone know what is the angle of the backward slant is relative to vertical. 73's WØCBF
     
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