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Two QTH's -- one in Idaho (Payette County -- DN14pc) and one in Florida  (Nassau County -- EM80xn)...

The top picture shows the Idaho QTH with T14.10-30HD Tennadyne Log Periodic, 2 element 40 meter yagi (moxon configuration) and the 6M7JHV on 100 ft of Rohn 55G.

The picture below shows antennas that are at the Florida QTH.

100 foot freestanding Pirod tower with Tennadyne T14.10-30HD log periodic

140 foot freestanding Pirod tower with full size 4 el 40 meter yagi and 9 el 6 mtr

yagi,

Prop pitch motors with M2 controllers are used to rotate the big antennas.

Remote access to the Florida station was put together as a joint effort with Paul - W9AC.  We both have full remote access to the station and antennas.  With the remote site recently enabled, I intend to use N4CC as the call when operating the FL station (and Paul uses his call, W9AC).  When I am at my QTH in Idaho, all local Idaho operation takes place from the "club station" -- NS7NN.  So if you work N4CC after 1/1/2015 it will be from the FL QTH.  If you work NS7NN, it will be from the Idaho station.

Florida QTH:

2781 Paint Horse Trail

Hilliard, FL  32046

Nassau County  Grid EM80xn


     

     Here is the Tennadyne T-14  10-30HD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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