Above is the picture of the station at KEØVH. The rack on the right is home to audio gear for voice over work and for processing the HeilPR-40 mic for both professional and amateur operation. The rack on the left is home for my FT-757GXII and accessories, an Icom 706MK2G and a Yaesu FT-8100 dual band radio. Above is the Realistic DX-160 Shortwave receiver, and power supplies. I am active on the HF digital modes, and SSTV. I also now have a Heathkit SB-200 amp, the first I have ever owned on the air when needed. A Sparta AS-30B stereo broadcast audio console feeds the audio gear and the radios.The Antenna's are a 5-BTV vertical, a random wire that I also have tuned for 80 meters plus a homebrew 3 element 6 meter beam and wire antenna's . My computer is a P3 with a gig of ram and I use it for pro audio production as well as amateur operations. I run APRS from my car as KE0VH-2.
And yes I do find some operating time even though my wife and I are The parents of 8! And 3 of them are now hams. KCØYPJ, KCØYYG and KDØRNO. I am a SBE Certified Broadcast Radio Engineer and the Chief Engineer for KLOVE/AIR 1 in the Denver Region, with our main station in Denver KLDV on 91.1. I monitor IRLP node #3350, the Rocky Mountain Radio Leagues N0PQV 145.340 repeater and 449.450 in Denver. Holler sometime. I also run the Society of Broadcast Engineers IRLP hamnet, please join us, instructions on how to do so are at www.qsl.net/ke0vh/sbehamnet. I write a monthly article for the local Denver Smpte-SBE48 chapter website newsletter at http://www.smpte-sbe48.org/news.php. Check it out each month. 73' and God be with you!
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