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I have to admit, I do more monitoring than transmitting these days, but my radio is often on ISS APRS or set for WSPR or WSJT.

Linear satellites are another passion. My wife doesn't like large antennas on the house, so small yagis and an az-el were the best I could do. This works out well since I am able to work Europe and South America with my small setup. The guys on the satellites are a great bunch and with the help of K4FEG and UT1FG/mm we are able to get a lot of grids in the Atlantic and Pacific!

The stations here consist of the following equipment:

Home:

Maxtrac 300 for ARISS voice and Packet

�FT-817

FT-857D

TS-700A

FT221R

Mirage D26

Mirage B34-G

Homemade digital interfaces

Astron RS-35M

120ah of SLA batteries

Solar panels

Several IBM R50 laptops

7m long ground mounted vertical

5 element 2m horizontal and3 element vertical yagi (homemade)

7 element 70cm horizontal and vertical yagi (homemade)

Pelco az-el rotor (converted PTZ mount)

Homemade az-el controller

Homemade antenna switcher using many Relcom coaxial relays

OSJ pole (homemade)

Mobile:

TH-F6 handheld

FT-857D or FT-817ND

Maldol 6/2/70

HVT-600 antenna

Work:

The picture above is an old postcard of my work QTH, Collins Bay Institution. This is one of the only walled prisons in Canada.

It was built in 1929.

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