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Greetings From Harvey NB. Bill and trusty companion Quinn


Basement hamshack is more or less completeand the quad is up on top of the tower. Really pleased that all of the work I did to get it there has paid off handsomely.

Equipment line up;

Transceiver Yaesu FT-1000 MARK-V

Backup radio Yaesu 857D

antennas ; Gem Quad (Aluminum spider with fiberglass spreader arms to keep driven/reflector ratio constant) Separate feedlines andbaluns for 10, 15 and 20 meters. 20 meters up.

160 meters ;inverted ell 8 radials ( winter only, the radials run over the lawn!)

80 meters full sized vertical no coils or traps up in a pine tree. 24 radials on surface ( not on the lawn)

40 meters vertical 12 radials

I'm quite proud of my compressed air powered line launcher used to get the wires up in the trees see below for picture.


Preferred QSL mode is LOTW. I log pretty much everything and upload usually about every week. If you are in the Clublog database (see below) I will have uploaded to LOTW.



Cheers Bill



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