Hello from Caryville, TN
My HF station consists of an Icom 706mIIg with a 120ft Inverted L antenna fed at the base with an Alinco EDX-2 Antenna tuner.I also have an Antron 99 on a 20ft push-up pole.
VHF & UHF - Kenwood TK 760HG-1 for 2 meters, Alinco DJ-235 for 220, Kenwood TK-860HG-1 for 440, Kenwood TK-981 for 900 Mhz. A second TK-860 connected to a yagi gives me low-power access to the White Oak (Middlesboro, KY) repeater site. A third 860 allows scanning of GMRS frequencies and local UHF repeaters.
Allstar duties are handled by an Atom PC running the Acid distro. I have two RF nodes, 42256 on 146.460 Simplex w/100.0 Hz tone enc/dec. The node radio is a 25 watt Motorola VHF GM300 running at 10 watts. My second RF node , 41538 is running off a Kenwood TK-941 on a 900 Mhz Simplex frequency. Output power is roughly one watt into a mobile antenna so coverage is local to my side of the subdivision only. I have a radio-less node, 42255, which can serve as a connecting hub if desired.
I have an IRLP node, 8713, which is connected to a low-profile UHF repeater, 444.675 T100.0 Hz. It is usually connected 24/7 to the East Coast Reflector 9050 but is often moved to the Alaska Channel, 9109 for the Good Morning, Alaska Net (1:00PM-3:00PM EST) and several evening nets on the DODROPIN echolink Gateway.
More info can be found at www.w4hkl.com
My email is email@example.com and I check it several times a week. Feel free to drop me a line. I use EQSL.
For a detailed description of my mobile set-up and more pictures, go to the link below:
Visit me at w4hkl.com
Take care and we'll catch you on the air!
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