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The shack as of 10-22-2011. I have downsized the actual shack itself and have spent more time and effort on the antennas to which this station feeds. After all, the antenna is what makes us heard is it not? I enjoy QRP, kit building, contesting and ragchewing. A member of the CwOps #983 to which I am very proud to have become a member. Look for me primarily on 40 and 20 meters, but I try to operate all bands at some point during the week. My main rig is the Kenwood TS-590.

 

Here are my three towers. The first one is my oldest one housing 2 three element tribanders, an 80m dipole, a 40m sloping dipole, and is being shunt fed for 160m. This tower is rohn 25g and is 55' tall.

 

This is my second tower and is primarily for 10 meters. It is made of rohn 25g, stands 48' tall and houses a 4el 10m rotating on top and a 4el side mounted fixed NW. There is also a 17m inverted vee on this tower as well.

 

This is my newest tower and is still under construction. This is a 82' rohn 45g tower and will be my primary 20m setup when completed. Right now there is a 3el monoband yagi at 52' fixed NE, and a 40m Delta loop with the apex at 50'. I still have a 4el monoband yagi for 20m to put on top along with burying the 7/8" hardline and control cables out to this tower.

 

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