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The Official "Show Us Your Shack" Thread

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

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  1. K0BG

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  2. AA8IA

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    That's a beautiful room / layout for ham radio. I've almost always had my shack in a basement dungeon. Being in a naturally bright room (white paint, not block walls) with natural sunlight and with an overall lighter-colored theme I think is best. I can tell you that I'd feel much more motivated / energized during a contest operating from your shack than mine, nevermind the difference in radios.

    Very nice job.

    Mike
     
  3. N4UP

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    Thank you. I've done the basement dungeon thing and much prefer having windows. My last radio room was on the second floor with multi-band dipole antennas in the attic ( thanks to HOA restrictions ). Now I live on 15 acres and it's nice to be able to look out the window and see the wildlife getting acquainted with my antennas. I'm still arranging things ( and seeing what I can glean from the other radio room pictures ). I'm right-handed, but I've just learned to type ( log entries ) with my left hand so I can operate and take notes with my right hand. Now I just need a major CW contest to see how well things work.
     
  4. N4UP

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    Thank you. I've done the basement dungeon thing and much prefer having windows. My last radio room was on the second floor with multi-band dipole antennas in the attic ( thanks to HOA restrictions ). Now I live on 15 acres and it's nice to be able to look out the window and see the wildlife getting acquainted with my antennas. I'm still arranging things ( and seeing what I can glean from the other radio room pictures ). I'm right-handed, but I've just learned to type ( log entries ) with my left hand so I can operate and take notes with my right hand. Now I just need a major CW contest to see how well things work.
     
  5. N4AAB

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    @G4OTU one of my hobbies is reading and learning about WW2 history. I downloaded your book about the Christchurch Aerodrome.
     
  6. AF6LJ

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    Okay I rearranged some of the dust and here is my shack....

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    Test equipment and my IC-745, preferred HF radio.
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    The other end of the desk. With Oscar in his place of honor, Oscar is still undergoing rehab.
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    My computer and monitor with the 64Oz jug of freasly filtered water.
     
  7. KJ4VTH

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    Not fancy, it works for me

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  8. KB1NXE

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    Mine after the addition of the IC-9100

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    Even changed a bit since then with an upgrade to LED clocks and addition of 2 AS-419 and a AS-419W Bandpasser Bandpass filters and a controller for the BigIR vertical with 80M coil.

    And this picture only covers half the station.
     
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  9. KC9VFO

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    Thank you sir. :) I use electric heat in the Winter months but it stays comfortable into November without heat. I am going to have to eventually have a natural gas line ran out here and install a furnace.
     
  10. W7JZE

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    Shack area is set up on a small desk built into the dining area.

    The old Swan equipment currently hooked up (750cx-16B & Mark II amp) is a pretty clean setup at the moment... But...

    The walls are quite the mess. I need to un-pin some of that stuff!

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    No ANT tuner needed. Resonant 40 meter dipoles of various types up about 20 feet. Will add some 20 meter wires before summer is gone.
     
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