My lil Shack

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kd8omt

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Not much going on here but wanted to post some pics. Inside I have me computer, iPad 2, Motorola XTS 2500 UHF P25 for West Virginia SIRN ( I work for 911, Fire and EMS in WV so Yes I am alowed to have it) Kenwood TK-380 Back Up Radio, Set of Cobra microtalks FRS radios, Kenwood TK-805d for Ham, Motorola Radius for 2m Ham and my yaesu FT-1900 with a Rigblaster PRO which I use for connecting my clubs 2m repeater to echolink.

The antenna are a Antron-99, Comet GP-9 and a homebrew 2m J-Pole

Will be replacing the 2ch Motorola Raduis soon with a newer 2m as soon as the holidays are over.
 

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Very nice, but I would seperate the A99 from the GP-9. You can make a stand-off for the GP-9 out of angle aluminum, mount it a little lower, and then mount the A99 on the very top. You may overload the front-end of the radios connected to each of those antennas.
 

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How do you like your tk805d, and what do you use it for? I've had mine for several years for 440mhz. as well as GMRS work. :)

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The towns baseball field is behind me.

I love the 805d I use it for my local 70cm repeaters.

I stand correct my dual band antenna is a gp3 not a gp9.
 

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Cool

Nice looking shack. Really like the Seagrave poster. They are made just down the road from here, as well as Pierce and Marion Body Works.
 

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Very nice, but I would seperate the A99 from the GP-9. You can make a stand-off for the GP-9 out of angle aluminum, mount it a little lower, and then mount the A99 on the very top. You may overload the front-end of the radios connected to each of those antennas.
+1

Agree
 
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