The Official "Show Us Your Shack" Thread

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N0AMT, Jul 26, 2013.

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  1. KJ5T

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    Finally have the new shack computer going and the FT-1000 up and going back to the dark side working a little FT-8 after fussing with FSK again in prep for NAQP RTTY.

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  2. KT4PH

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    I would love to show my shack but I can't get the picture off my phone since its USB port no longer works. The shack consists of a power supply, an Kenwood TM-731 which appears to no longer transmit audio but it does transmit carrier and PL tones since I can "bonk" several local repeaters. It's connect to a Comet GP-1 that sits outside my sunroom and enters the shack through a comet adapter that allows you to close the door or window without crimping anything (pretty neat device and cheap on Amazon) and then connects to another piece of RG-8 and then to the radio. All of this resides on an old fold-up TV tray. I think of it as my Charlie Brown Xmas tree shack!
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  3. SA6CKE

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    It's now a true radio shack since I have now had some QSOs from there. Only FT8 though, but whatever.
    VK6APZ, KA2CZU, W7UUU and 8 others like this.
  4. KD9MPK

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    Work in progress- converting my old toolshed into a ham shack. If you had not noticed, the ham eq has replaced all the tools! Now, just need to re-finish the bench surface and well, add more ham eq...

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  5. KT4PH

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    My "Charlie Brown" shack. I guess that's what I get for being out of the hobby for nigh on 20 years! :-(
    KJ5T, W9LRM, SA6CKE and 1 other person like this.
  6. SM7EQL

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    Radio room with FT1000 transceiver plus homebrew 28/144 MHz transverter and 500 W power amplifier. FT1000MP MKV Field and homebrew 4 x 813 GG HF power amplifier 1 kW output. SDR receiver Winradio G33DCC.


    My second radio room built in vintage style equipped with WWII surplus as BC348, BC312, BC611 etc , ITT and Standard Radio marine radio transmitters from the 60s and Telefunken 125 W spark gap transmitter for 500 kHz made in 1926. Collins, Drake, Johnson, Hallicrafters radios plus a collection of homebrew tube receivers and X-tal transmitters. Not many transistors in this room and no computers. The Drake C-Line from the 70s still going strong. All radios are fully restored and in working condition.

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