Recent radio setup

W8WCA

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Yes do not sit clear up to desks

Old Dual Core Intel Windows 10 Machine for Radios
SpectraVue for my SDR-IQ - PC-ALE for decoding ALE - ProScan for my SDS200 Sometimes SDR-Anywhere for the SDR so I can listen remotely

An Old (but powerhouse) HP Z400 (Hex Core Xeon CPU)
Running a Linux Box as a Gateway, Router, Firewall Email server - DNS Server - Media Server etc
CentOS 7 As I have been using RedHat since V 4.2 (An not RHEL 4 either!)

A RPi I just tinker with and a RPi/Jumbo Spot for D-Star comms

And not seen a newer Dell Hex Core Intel Desktop for doing 3D / CAD work with AutoDesk Inventor
 
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W8WCA

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Most Discones and Scantenna's (Along with some 90 Ft Wires and a Slinky Dipole - are in the Attic
I will get outside pic tomorrow
A Hustler 6BTV Ground Mounter
and a OCFD Under the gutter apx 33 Ft Lg
 

K4EET

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@W8WCA. nice setup you have there. I see two hotspots on the left wing. If I may ask, what manufacturer and model are those and what are they used for? DMR, Yaesu Fusion, etc. and shouldn't they be on the top shelf? I am looking to get a hotspot for DMR operation at first and Yaesu Fusion later since that means I need two new HTs.

73, Dave K4EET
 

W8WCA

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1 is just a Raspberry Pi 3 I use for tinkering (and IRC)
the other is a Raspberry Pi - JumboSpot for D-Star.
So I can use my TH-D74 in side as I cannot hit the D-Star Repeater inside.
 
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