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In the view above my QTH is a tad to the right of the runways which are at Hunter Army Air Field

Most days I run this station with some kind of wire antenna, usually a 40 meter wire vertical or dipole.
Generally only use the amp on 40 meters. I am always experimenting with antennas so generally have a third antenna in the air for evaluation purposes. Not shown (to the side) is an Atlas 210 with Swan ST-3 tuner.

Station notes: The SP-930 speaker has a bhi DSP module wired into it. The Amplifier is a GI7B conversion from KD4BO, runs cool and puts out an easy 500 watts. The PS-50, IC-718, and AT-1000 are stock.  The computer system is a Dell refurb running Windows 7 pro.

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Field Day 2010 with the Thomasville Amateur Radio Club (former QTH)

40 meter OCF

Original Novice License - we had only a year to upgrade back in the day, I became WA8NAZ in April 1965 and have been licensed continuously since 6-30-1964

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Harvey likes radios - former QTH and shack in Coolidge GA

 

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