I have been in the Amateur Radio business for 14 years. My expertise is in design, and set up. I can teach the fundamentals
of " ON AIR " operation. Step by step details on operating your (own) particular radio. Radio's, Antenna's, Feedline's,
Etc they are all my forte............73
Tower..Tri-Ex W51 51 Ft. Rotor Yaesu G-100SDX, antenna's
Bottom to Top KLM KT-34XA 6 element 10/15/20 meter 32 ft. boom,
M2 6M7JHV 7 element 50 MHz. 31.5 ft. boom, M2 2M5WL 17 element 144 MHz 33 ft. boom, and a Comet CX333 vertical on 144/220/440
The Antenna System consists of a U.S. Towers HDX-538 capable of 30 Square Feet of Windload at 60 miles per hour. Rotor is
a M2 Orion 2800, Antenna's starting from the bottom:
Hygain TH-11DX 11 element on a 24 foot boom 10,12,15,17,20, M2 6M2WLC
9 elements on a 39.5 foot boom for 6 meters, M2 2M18XXX 18 elements on a 36 foot boom for 2 meters, 40 meter inverted V dipole,
and a Comet CX333 vertical 144/220/440 MHz.
Ham Shack---- Kenwood TS-690S/AT, Kenwood TL-922A HF amplifier, Kenwood TR-7800 for 2 meter packet, Kenwood TM-741A 144/220/440
FM triband mobile transceiver, (2) Standard C-228A 144/220 handhelds, Kenwood PC-1A phone patch,Icom 275H 100 watt 144 MHZ
100 watt all mode transceiver, Henry 2002A 1 KW 144 MHz amplifier, Landwehr 2 meter preamplifier, Icom 575H 100 watt 6 meter
all mode transceiver, Bird 43 wattmeter, AEA PK-232C all mode TNC, and a PC, and (2) Alpha Delta antenna switches.
Some of my Collins Stuff....Collins 75S-3 receiver, 32S-3 transmitter, 516F-2 power supply, 312B-3 speaker, 62S-1 144/50 MHz
converter, DL-1 dummy load, SM-2 desk microphone, and my tower in the back ground
Swan 250C 6 Meter Transceiver
Collins KWS-1 Transmitter (vintage about 1955) This was part of the Gold Dust Twins, and nickname for the Collins KWS-1 transmitter,
and the 75A-4 matching receiver.