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Skywarn ID # AAE14
Primary ham radio interests are public service / emergency communications. (Skywarn Sub-Net Coord. A.A.Co. MD. Former ARES EC and RACES RO A.A.Co.)
You can link to my pictures of my shack and antennas by going to the link that appears just below my email address link, or by going to www.amateurradiostationwa3toy.yolasite.com
My home station consists of an Icom IC-730 for HF, and an ICOM ID-880H for 2 meters, 440 and D-Star. HF antennas are Inverted Vee w/ tuner for 80 thru 10 and a 20 meter dipole. Vhf I have a ringo ranger up at 35 feet on the tower, and a home made J-pole in the attic, made from # 6 solid copper wire (Used when severe WX is in the area and I am running Skywarn.)
In my mobile I have a Kenwood TM-271.
I also have a Kenwood TK-2A HT for 2mtrs and a Baofeng UV-82 for 2 and 440.
For my microphone I rigged up an old Radio Shack Realistic Highball 2 mic to work on the computer for eQSO, Echo-Link, and other uses. I also switch it to the IC-730 or ID-880H. This gives me one common mic, and frees up desk space. The mic is mounted on a boom which came from a boom type lamp. The mic needs a pre-amp so I am using a home made pre-amp. I also have fabricated my own foot switch to key either the HF or 2 Meter radio.
Kurt WA3TOY AAE14
Anne Arundel County, Maryland
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