My humble shack! :-)

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Caesar

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I had been into radios for a little while. I had a Pro-60 Scanner and a HTX-202 2 Meter HT. I then got out of radios (high school, followed by college, women, and then marriage). After marriage my dad bought me a Pro-83 when they first came out for Christmas and then his Pro-95 scanner for by b-day after he bought a Pro-96 and a Pro-97. Trade after trade after trade and this is my shack, only things missing is FT-8800 and BCT-15 and a couple CBs which are all in the truck (mobile shack). Thanks for looking! :)
 

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and from left to right here we go
Lodestar Power Supply
Icom IC-91AD D-Star Dual Band HT
Kenwood TH-F6A Triband HT
BR330T
BCD396T
GRE Super AMP 3001 Base
BCT-15
Yaesu FT-8800
Radio Shack DX-394
Alliance Tenna Rotor
Military 100 Watt Meter tuned for 2 Meter Ham band
Below the desk is emergency power for radios! :)
 

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Very cool! Interesting use of the wooden desk trays.

What kind of antennas are you running? What's on the rotor?
 

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af5rn said:
Very cool! Interesting use of the wooden desk trays.

What kind of antennas are you running? What's on the rotor?
I will try to do photos today when the sun comes up of the antennas.

i have a chimney mount holding a 15 element hygain 2 meter beam and a 440mhz 6 element decibel beam and a discone all directional at top.

side of house i have a 2meter/440mhz dual band jet stream all directional antenna on a 30ft push up pole.

i am running a 800 mhz ground plane inside the house for local 800mhz trunk tracking
 

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There is nothing quite like a UPS to keep things running when the power flickers and dies. I have two and may be getting another one or two. I'll have one for at least two scanners. You got some nice gear there, that D-Star Icom sure looks nice. Haven't got any D-Star stuff close to me but when it comes I may have to get a compatible radio. Antennas are fun, I used to have, years ago a rotor for my beams and it worked great.
 

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nice and functional setup.what apc ups are you using.i am looking at getting one for my radios.and how is it preformance wise.thanks Adam
 
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