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A picture of the south antenna farm. To the north of this picture is the 750 foot loop up 40 feet. Notice the new HDX555.

The DB18E on bottom. On top is the 6M9KHW six meter beam, 9 elements on a 49 foot boom. The Hy Tower is in the foregound.

The 2 meter and 432 beams. The 902 Mhz vertical in the background.
     

The amps are an Alpha 99 and an SB-220 converted to a 6 meter King Conversions 1500 watts out.

The shack has an Icom IC-7700 on the left and a Yaesu FTDX-9000C on the right.

The other radios are a Collins S-line and KWM-2A.

 
 
   
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