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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.

 

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AllStar Server and Power Supply

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 another Allstar node, 45333, which is connected to a low-profile UHF repeater, 444.675 T100.0 Hz.  It is often connected to Wb4IVB (Corbin. KY), Ke4GJG (London, KY), and WA4ROB (Middlesboro & Pineville, KY).  If not connected to a local system I often connect to WA3DSP's Philadelphia PA Hub and his system.   The 42256 node on 146.460 (T100Hz) is most often connected to the East Coast Reflector 9050 but is sometimes moved to the Alaska Channel, 9109 for the Good Morning, Alaska Net (1:00PM-3:00PM EST M-Sat))

 

More info can be found at www.w4hkl.com

 

My email is w4hkl@live.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:

http://w4hkl.blogspot.com/2010/04/w4hkl-mobile-station.html

 

Visit me at w4hkl.com

Take care and we'll catch you on the air!

Steve

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