Amateur Radio Superstation - K3LR

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  1. WA7PRC

    WA7PRC Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks, Fred. The next time you get ready to tour a superstation... please...

    vy 73,
    Bryan WA7PRC
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  2. KV3D

    KV3D Ham Member QRZ Page

    If amateur radio were a religion, this place would look like the Vatican. It's simply unbelievable. I had trouble scraping together the money for an old HF rig and here he has stations for every band.
  3. N6JPG

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    Wholly K0W! This might make the NSA jealous.
  4. WA6MHZ

    WA6MHZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Another Superstation well worth visiting. The Comstock Memorial station W7RN near Virgina City, NV! I visited it with Leif and Kati, its gotta be a close 2nd to K3LR!
  5. JA1KIH

    JA1KIH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Wow, great station! Never seen in Japan.
  6. NL7W

    NL7W Ham Member QRZ Page

    I didn't see Alpha amps, I saw home-brew amps of what I believe to be a K8RA design. :)
  7. W1GIV

    W1GIV Guest

    I think the best part of the entire place are the IBM Model M's. Got one on my ham radio computer. Nothing beats bucking spring (well, MX Blue is nice too).
  8. KY5U

    KY5U Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Great tour Fred. Open up the bank vault and you too could be king.
  9. K2HAT

    K2HAT QRZ Volunteer Volunteer Moderator Volunteer DX Helper QRZ Page

    After watching the Flyby video that is linked, I am surprised that there are no fences or guide rails to protect the property from vehicular incursions.
    Especially with the snow that we get in the Northeast.

    Awesome way to look at the antennas. :)

    Good DX. :)

    73 K2HAT Lee
  10. KA5PNX

    KA5PNX Ham Member QRZ Page

    ok you win
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