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>>  AC0C current shack setup and antennas in more detail @ ac0c.com  <<

The Shack...

Roaming or run station 1:

Yaesu FT-DX5000MP - no mods, DMU-2000, SM-5000
Alpha 76PA with 3cx800a, QSK and instrumentation mods

Run station 2:

Yaesu FT-2000 with NS roofing filter, 3 KHz 2nd RX, PEP and other mods
Custom SB-200 with 2xGi7Bs


Kenwood TS-820s hybrid line
Yaesu FT-102 hybrid line
Hallicrafters SX-101A
Larcan Lo-Lo 6m KW amp

Other shack hardware: KK7UQ PSK IMD meter, Telepost LP-100a vector power meter with dual heads. Daiwa CN-801. Green Herron rotor controller. Microham MK2R+ digital interface.  Dual Microham Stationmasters.  Begalli paddles. Each rig is fitted with N8LP's LP-PAN driving NaP3 for bandscope functionality


Antennas - 160-10m HF band operation, shared on a KK1L 2x6 tower mounted antenna switch. 17/12/6 are on a short seperate tower.

  • 80/160m - elevated vertical with 10 radials mounted 6' off ground. Full sized on 80m with relay-switched cap hat wires for 160m coverage
  • 80m - dipole off the tower at 60'
  • 40m - elevated 4-square with DX Engineering controller
  • 40m - dipole hung from trees at about 25'
  • 30m - vertical dipole
  • 20m stack - 4-element OWA type yagi at 70' & 35'
  • 17m - 3-element yagi at 33'
  • 15m stack - 4-element OWA type yagi at 76' & 52'
  • 12m - 2-element yagi at 40'
  • 10m - 4-element OWA type yagi at 82'
  • 6m - 3-element yagi at 36'
  • Hi-Z Pro 4-8 eight element receiving circle array
  • 660' beverage fixed on EU


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The ac0c.com web site will have the most recent news on all the homebrew and antenna projects -
as well as all the latest data on the Yaesu FT-2000 Roofing Filter mod.

Please stop by!

Thank you for visiting ac0c. 73/jeff


----------- ABOUT QSLs -------------

QTH change 20 Aug 2012. Lenexa, KS (Johnson Co) --> Louisburg, KS (Miami Co)

QSL: 100% upload to LoTW automatically. Look for confirmation within a week or so of the QSO.

DX QSL Direct OK - please include SAE *AND* $1 - or 1-IRC.

For USA QSO, I will reply 100%. SASE appreciated!

I print my own custom paper QSL.  QSLs are sent on a batch basis about once each year- so if you don't' get a reply right away to your SASE, don't worry - it will come eventually. If you need it faster, send me an email and I will fix you up!  email to:  jeff *at* ac0c *dot* com.


About AC0C....

I prefer CW and RTTY modes but now own a microphone and have been adding to the DXCC SSB total.   Interest areas are emergency prep, contesting, amps, antennas/modeling and homebrew of about anything.

Received the mixed mode DXCC in Sept 2009 after being stuck at 99 confirmed for a long time.  At the time of the QTH change (2012), the attic array had provided 188 worked and 170 confirmed.  Since moving to the country, totals have moved slowly up from there.


Improving my CW fist after about 27 years QRT. Thanks to everyone I've worked and had the patience to put up with my many CW sending errors.


Ham Callsign History:

1974 - Novice - WN0QPC
1975 - General - WB0QPC
1976 - Advanced WB0QPC
1976 - Extra - AC0C

AC0C was licensed but QRT from 1981-2007.

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