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Do you remember Hallicrafters' 45-RPM record from the 1960s? You can download the mp3 file here!

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Above: My small station, a 20-year-old Yaesu 757GX with power supply and automatic antenna tuner. (Thanks to N8ORC.)

Below: My only antenna is a ground-mounted 18-foot vertical antenna that tunes on 10, 15, 17, and 20 meters.

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