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The Shack The Cockpit

A shack full of old CB radios

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This is my story. I enjoy DXing, contesting and working special event stations. My country total as ofMarch 2011 is 351. I also enjoy shortwave listening from time to time. I have a collection of over 200 old tube CB radios that I play around with every so often as a second hobby. My elmer was WG2T (Frank) and my technical support comes from my friend Pat, KN2T. Although my name is listed as Paul in my FCC record, I use my middle name (Mike) exclusively.

Here are a few of the things I play around with.

Rigs:

Icom IC-706 HF/VHF W/screwdriver antenna (Car)

Icom IC-706 HF/VHF (in RV) W/ Icom AH-4 tuner and 65' 12 ga wire antenna 14" above top of RV.

Icom IC-R7000 VHF/UHF receiver

JRC NRD-525 shortwave receiver

Kenwood TM-241A 2 meter

Yaesu FTDX-1000D HF

Yaesu FTDX-5000D HF

 

Amplifier:

Homebrew 4-1000a

 

Antennas:

204BA 20 meter 4 element yagi @ 90'

5 element 15 meter homebrew yagi@ 100'

5 element homebrew 10 meter yagi @ 110'

N/S  1/4 wave slopers for 160 & 75/80 meters

75/80 meter delta loop apex @ 86'

3 element 40 meter vertical array facing N/E

3 element 40 meter vertical array facing S/W

30 meter vertical

1/4 wave N/E receiving antenna for 160 meters w/ amplifier

500' 160 meter receiving antenna w/ amplifier facing south

Diamond 2 meter pole @ 120'

 

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