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Michael Reid
Michael Reid Member ✭✭
edited November 2019 in New Ideas

K6DRY station, left to right and top to bottom:

           Globe with axis through QTH, azimuth equator, for quick beam heading

           12-v power supply

           MFJ-998 antenna tuner

           Flex 6500 transceiver

           Rotor control for Wellbrook ALA1530LNP loop receiving antenna

           SPE 2K-FA 2kw linear amplifier


           Heil Pro-7 headset

           WinKeyer and paddles

           Keypad and mouse (Bluetooth to Dell XPS-8930 computer)

           Insignia speakers

           Tailtwister rotor control (with Hy-Gain Rotor-EZ modification)

           Antennas (not shown:  Mosely 67-C beam, 80m 6” diameter cage dipole)

           Software:  Windows 10 pro, DX Lab Suite, WSJT-X, JTAlertX

Monitor, TCL 43S405, 43-inch, 4K, 4:4:4 Chroma:

           Background Flex 6500 controls

           DX Lab Commander (frequency control for WSJT-X)

           DX Lab DXKeeper (logs QSOs)

           SPE 2K-FA controls

           DX Lab DXView (for Tailtwister rotor control)

           FT8 shown:  WSJT-X and JTAlertX

Magnification of screen demonstrating monitor resolution:


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