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Welcome, my station can be seen in the photographs.  Even though the station is older it is great to use.

I enjoy DX work and travel both around home and distant. I have traveled a few distant countries around the World and enjoy looking for HF antennas on the buildings and towers of far away lands!

Working the World with a D-STAR handheld is nice when traveling and the APRS function works equally well.

Above is the tower that I have for my home station, the tower, being erected, is 100 feet in height and is set within nine cubic yards of Ufer grounded steel re-enforced concrete.

Two meter beam and a one-half wave 160-meter dipole, the beam at 100 feet and the aerial at 95 feet.


At the top of this second tower is a tri-band, 2-meter, 70 centi-meter and 1.2 Ghz vertical antenna. Below it is a FM brodcast recieve yagi for my stereo. Below that is a digital television antenna.  Then the square hyperbolic is a maintenace bridge to an off location repeater.  Below this dish to the left is a seventeen meter dipole.  The wood pole holds a 6 meter vertical.


73, Rick N9NYA

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