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My station is a mixture of modern equipment and some classic rigs from the late 60s and early 70s. The primary transceiver is a Yaesu FT-1000D connected to a computer used for logging, DX spotting and radio control. A Kenwood SM-220 station monitor is to the right, along with an Alpha 89 amplifier. On the shelf above is a Drake TR-4, the Drake B-line separates (R-4B, T-4XB, MS-4), and a Dentron MT-3000A tuner. Nested with the books above is my original novice station, a Heathkit DX-60B Transmitter with matching HG-10B VFO, and a Heathkit GR-64 general coverage receiver. On the opposite wall out of view is a Heathkit HW-100 transceiver that I built when I was 15, and a recently restored Collins S/Line (see my web site for restoration pictures and details). Just under the FT-1000D is an NCS-3240 Multi-Switcher for controlling everything, making it easy to switch between rigs. The antennas are all wires - dipoles of various configurations that cover all HF bands between 80 and 10 meters, and an inverted-L for the 160 meter band - all supported by trees.

All QSLs will be answered however they are sent, and I regularly upload log entries to LOTW.

More information, articles, and photos are on my web site: www.w2pa.com

Also, if you're interested in Ham Radio History, check out my blog on that topic: www.w2pa.net

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