Thank you for your kind words Dave. I have some of the 74s but I might not have all of them as I know they put out several. Thank you I look forward to hearing from you.Wow! Very, very nice! Visiting your QRZ biography was well worth the trip too. That is one nice set of equipment. Also, I think I have some Heathkit catalogs from 1974 as that is when I built my SB-102 station which I still have. I'll be in touch via eMail. 73, Dave K4EET
LOL... not beer steins unless you mean Root beer as they're mostly from A&W. I love to listen mostly so I have the ability to RX from 0-30Mhz and the 30- a few gigs. I can also TX on many bands and may get into satellite one day.Wow, that's more stuff than many police dispatch centers have. I see all the beer steins are standing at attention, ready for immediate action if summoned. Besides the beer steins, what else do you command with all that stuff?
Thank you! Maybe one day when I get it all going I'll ask for some advice. Is there even something worth decoding with them any more?This is simply outstanding, and I *think* I recognize some of the gear on the gentleman's left. On the bottom, that appears to be either an Allied AX-190 or SX -190. On the top shelf that appears to be either an Universal M6000 or M7000 decoder and what appears to be an AEA PK-232 model.
Boy does that bring back memories....Mike
Now THAT'S a ham shack!!!My command center not yet finished. ALONG was from finished as I've dismantled it to be rebuilt in the future. A very nice TX/RX post.
It's been dismantled at the moment. It had to be moved so most of it is in boxes.Looks like fun. How about a list of your: