Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by AA7BQ, Jul 30, 2014.
Wow! I've never seen something that elaborate before! My dream!!
Excuse me while I pick my jaw up off the floor.
Yeah i picked my jaw up off the floor when 10 of us were in a qso on 160 meter and k3lr come busting in calling dx stations without asking if the frequency was in use and then argued with us.
Very nice . But shows how different our individual wants/needs in ham radio can be.....I went the opposite way - simple, conservative station which does a great job but takes very little room.
Well, I just soldered up my first ground plane antenna. I guess that's a start.
Pretty incredible setup there!
Meh. Icom has a better idea, but KENWOOD makes it!
Nice Station! I couldn't ever afford anything like that. I'll just stick to my triband vertical and my soon to be installed 160-10 wire. (by K1JEK)
60 feet big enough? I present the TLM-18 system at the N2MO station. Google Maps http://goo.gl/maps/2KbAl
" A radio is like a cat; you pull his tail here in Bologna Northern Italy, and he moves his head up in Anchorage Alaska " ! So, where is the cat ? Bst 73 de i4oqa / Yoky.
Thanks for taking the time and putting that together! Very good job! It's amazing what is out there. You mentioned a few time buy used and bargains, That guy still has a kings ransom invested!
Nice little shack.
When he passes the silent key sale is going to be a hamfest on its own
His XYL must be super cool to let him put a station like that together. It is truly a dream station. Great job!
Is Tim a single guy? My wife would flip out if I put up that much aluminum.
There are " Them'ens and Us'ens " ..... I am an " Us'ens"
I am wowed ! I am also a " Peon and have a Peanutwhistle station "
It is all good...
This reminds me of the gent out in the midwest that has an antenna farm. He took an old naval ship turret and put his EME dish on it.
I cant get on youtube current but they have a video tour of his set up