Left Tippy Top - 144/440Mhz Colinear Vert
Left Midddle - Mosley MP-33N
Left Bottom - Crushcraft AW3S
Right Top: 2M Vert. and a Wellcraft Receiving Loop
Right Middle - Mosley TA-33
Right Bottom - 4 el. 6M
For 80M and 160M: See description on Photo.
Butternut HF6V: It works really good on 40M and 30M, with 40 radials of various lengths. I tried a full sized 34' radiator (for 40M), but I could not tell the difference between that and the 26' radiator. Since this one is such a good dummy load on 80, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10M, I put it back up as it is a more useful occupant of the last position on my coax switch, than the Drake 1KW Dry Dummy Load.
My Boat Anchor rig.
FOC 1697, CWOPS 107, FISTS 2996, A1-OPS, RNARS 4312.
Former US Navy, Member of Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club, and US Merchant Marine.
Radio Amateur since Feb 1959.
I have had the good fortune to have the following distinguished radio amateurs as my Elmer, family members and mentors:
Earl Homan, K6YGH (SK) Elmer,
Stan Babcock AC6TO (SK),
Bernie Babcock W6ADB,
Robert Babcock WU6C,
Doug Munday W7DRM.
Dr. Edmundo A. Reyes DU1OR (SK),
Vince Resurreccion DU1REX(SK) and
Gunther Malchau "Malle" DL3BA (SK).
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