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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. WD4IGX

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    They may be "boat anchors" by modern standards, but are small, compact and light compared to the real boatanchors of decades before them.

    When I was in the ham club at East Tennessee State University we had a state of the art Ten-Tec station, being 70 miles from the factory, but also an old Heathkit Mohawk/Apache (or Marauder, I forget which) /Warrior lineup. The Warrior amplifier alone weighed 105 lbs.

    http://www.radiomuseum.org/r/heath_warrior_ha_10_ha1.html
     
  2. N4GKS

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    Clean and neat. Great set up. However, -2 points for mixing Icom and Yaesu radios.;)
     
  3. WD0BC

    WD0BC Ham Member QRZ Page

    CURRENT SET UP IS ......
     

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  4. DK7OB

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    Bill, I like that bunch of keys!

    BTW, we had a QSO 2015-12-10 at 16:45 on 20m. CW of course and must have been more than "599 TU" because it took 15 minutes.
     
  5. W6SAE

    W6SAE Ham Member QRZ Page

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    Yaesu FT-897
    Alinco DR-235T Mk III (220 MHz)

    To be honest, I spend much more time operating portable (Summits on the Air) than I do in the shack.
     
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