My Temp. Station

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This is my temporary station while the basement is being remodeled. On the bottom Icom IC-718; middle shelf left is an Icom V-8000 & tuner, to the right is a Yaesu 817ND & tuner; top shelf is a Bearcat BC-350A scanner, a Yaesu VX-6R, a Bearcat BC-246T scanner, and a Yaesu VX-170. I have a Carolina Windom HF antenna and a Ringo Ranger II VHF antenna.
 

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thanks for the nice comments. The shelf is made from leftover pieces of lumber from the remodeling.
The station had been in a box for 3 months while my wife decided on paneling or sheet-rock, then when it appeared that it was going to take even longer to decide on the paint color....well I had to do something. The station is on a table in the corner of the pantry in the basement.
 

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Here is the station with the radios on...Not shown (Still in storage) a Cobra CB (sorry but communications is communications!), a couple of scanners, a IC-2AT, FT-101EE, a Swan 1200W, and a VLF receiver. I have been in this hobby since 1971 as WN4UYY.
 

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Here is the station with the radios on...Not shown (Still in storage) a Cobra CB (sorry but communications is communications!), a couple of scanners, a IC-2AT, FT-101EE, a Swan 1200W, and a VLF receiver. I have been in this hobby since 1971 as WN4UYY.
Yup that looks cool! :)
 
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Nothing wrong with having a CB. Despite the resentment from many hams, CB has some advantages over the hammies.
 

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The desk mike is a MFJ-297 and I picked it up a couple of years back. It works great, never had any problems. Good audio response.
 
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