Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N0AMT, Jul 26, 2013.
A little update to the operating conditions since I posted months ago:
Great thread, thanks to everyone that has posted.
What I notice is that around the world the shacks are similar and that the "old" pre-internet shacks have allot of books and manuals.
I need to get things finalized and I'll post.
Lots of NICE stations on display here......great job folks!
73 frm fr4pv
Sorry for taking so long to reply. They are Navepoint racks. On Amazon (of course) or direct. Service from Navepoint was great.
My station at my restoration shop back in 2012. Just moved into a new home and building as we speak a new station. Will post images when its done.
Did I post this already?
My shack in 1993
Just a very small 'bench shack' setup I just put together today. I replaced the Kenwood 281 in my Jeep Wrangler with a new Yaesu 2980 (love the bigger screen font for my older eyes) and wanted to use the Kenwood for a shop/bench rig in my garage. I put an N9TAX Slim Jim J-pole in my garage attic (crawl space) and the combo works very well.
On the left of the power supply, I built a little power distribution box from a case I got from 'the bay' and used power pole connectors (I am addicted to those things). So, if I want to work on my HF or other rig, I have instant access to power. Kinda handy.
This is one section of my shack.