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What was your very first "shack" setup?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W7UUU, Jun 4, 2020.

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  1. VK5OHR

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    The shack has not changed much over seven years because what's there to change!

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  2. VK5OHR

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    ... but in the beginning there was only sound!

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  3. VK5OHR

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    This is actually the first licenced setup.

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  4. KA1BSZ

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    HW101, HW8, TS 520SE,DIPOLE, TA 33, and a CB vertical.
     
  5. KA1BSZ

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    now it is a Kenwood 570s, inverted.
     
  6. WC5CW

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    Novice Station WV2CEL Xtal Control 40m
    1958-59 (age 13-14)
    CW then, CW now
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  7. N1KWW

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    Apt. "shack" with access to balcony. FT-90, Antron 99, around 1990. With 100 watts and the Antron worked the world. Bought my first computer from Sears, 40mg hard drive, floppy drives! "Internet" was in its infancy! Nightly sked with Antartica! Those were the "good ol'days!"
     
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  8. N3AWS

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    Heath DX-40, Allied A2516 receiver, home brew 80 meter dipole, 3 80 meter crystals, 3 crystals for 15 meters (and later 10 meters and 20 meters when I got my general), and a home brew T-R switch. Radio Shack hand key.
     
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  9. K8VSY

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    My first "shack" set up was my living room floor in my last apartment. I had a feedline that I would connect/disconnect that would go out through my patio sliding door. I had a small table and a camping chair set up for as a "desk" to operate my radio on HF (with my MP1 antenna on my patio). It wasn't much, but I was able to make quite a few contacts.

    73, K8VSY
     
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  10. W8YG

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    WOW...
     

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