Thursday, June 7, 2007 @12:02:57 AM
Oh, hmm, forgot to caption this one. It's me in front of my ham radio station - that thing I do when the banjo has worn out my fingers. I'm AC5AA on the airwaves, and have talked to folks in over 300 countries around the world. Lots of fun!
Friday, June 8, 2007 @9:54:17 PM
Now that's a ham shack!
Wow, and an Alpha linear to boot! I guess that explains the DXCC on the wall.
What, no HT or CW keyer on the desk?!
73 de Al N2DUI
"Shave 'n a haircut. . . " CW version, not bluegrass. . . .
Monday, June 11, 2007 @11:06:23 PM
You bet - there's a Begali paddle, a J-37 straight key, and a Logikey keyer. DXCC was worked on almost all bands before the Alpha was added. I ran out of gas on 80m with my little vertical, so I added a linear to help me get over that hurdle - I could hear them, but they couldn't hear me. It's not a problem now. 90% of my operating is CW, 8% is RTTY and 2% is SSB or FM. Then there's the "shack" in the truck . . . :-)
dit dit 73, Duane
You must sign into your myHangout account before you can post comments.
The Banjo Hangout myHangout photo albums were created to allow members to post photos which 1) they own the copyrights to, or 2) which are non-copyrighted. Please respect others by not posting their copyrighted images. Photos posted in violation of this notice may be removed by the webmaster without prior notice, and may result in a locking of your myHangout account. Read complete copyright policy.
'Stuff about Alan Munde' 7 hrs
'identifying a gibson' 10 hrs
'Banjo identification ' 12 hrs