Youth Shacks Show your Shack

Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by KD2UHF, Sep 21, 2020.

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  1. WB6TIX

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    Next to the speaker is an Eico 723, which is a 60 watt DC input transmitter...about 50 watts output.

    The box next to the receiver is a TR switch so I didn't need to move switches around to start transmitting. It was described in the ARRL handbooks back then. Building that... I needed a LOT help from a marine master gunnery sargeant. :)

    The old bug is sitting on the old Tymeter "digital" clock. I still have everything except the TR switch.
     
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  2. 2E0HXS

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    This is my shack :) I only operate portable outdoors.

    FT857D, SuperAntenna MP1 (40m-10m), HB9CV 2 ele beam (2m)

    73 2E0HXS
     
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  3. KJ5T

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    Some cool shacks here, I love the youth spirit of getting on the air where ever and with whatever you have.
     
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  4. KD2UHF

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  5. KD2HAM

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    @KD2UHF Nice portable setup. Which antenna are you using?
     
  6. KD2UHF

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    Homebrew 41 ft endfed and a 20m dipole
     
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  7. KD2HAM

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    Good stuff and nice ham shack. I wish I got into this hobby when I was younger. Enjoy
     
  8. KD2UHF

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    yeah its fun I really enjoy it!
     
  9. K8JD

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    BAD, frightning arrangement,
    I see the HEAVYEST item on the highest shelf. I would be afraid the power supply would break the shelf loose and smash down on the Delicate, expensive radio !
    I keep my RS35 supply on the bottom shelf of my desk where it sits by it's self running 24/7 .
    I just drag it out once a year to tighten the connections and dust the heat sink. No other need to ever see it, If I look down there I see the lit up red power switch . That's all I need to see.
     
  10. KD2UHF

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    Yeah, my setup is awesome because I have all of the power supplies behind the desk on another desk. easily accessible!
     

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