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The tower at N3RD is 117' of government surplus AB-105, with three levels of non-conductive guys.  There are three Orion 2800 rotators in use, the top one being inside the tower and the middle and bottom ones are mounted externally, turning a pipe through 300 degrees.  Middle and lower antennas are mounted on "side arms" on these external masts.  The antennas, top to bottom:

40m 2 element at 130'
80m rotary dipole at 122' (also used for 30m)
20m 5 element at 118'

10m 5 element at 88'
15m 5 element at 78'

  6m 5 element at 60'
12m 5 element at 56'
17m 3 element at 52'
20m 4 element at 48'

Also in use is an Inverted L for 160, which can be seen in the photograph.

Several low band RX antennas are deployed seasonally, including a 3 element W1FV short vertical array, a flag, and short (300-400') beverages.

This photo was taken before the 6m and 20m yagis were added to the low external mast:

Equipment in the shack is an Elecraft K3 and an SPE 2K-FA amplifier.

I am a member since 1972 and past President, Treasurer, and newsletter editor of the Philadelphia based Frankford Radio Club, and currently serve as Secretary and Statistician.  I have participated in several contest DXPeditions:

1981-1992 - VP9AD CQWW SSB
1984 - N3RD/VP9 CQWW CW Single Op
1988 - PJ1B CQWW CW
1993 - VP9AD CQWW CW
1996 - VP9AD CQ160CW Single Op

2016 & 2017 - NP2N ARRL DX CW

I retired in March 2016 after 44 years as a Project Engineering Manager in the engineering/construction industry.

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