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Hi name here is Ed, I've been a ham since 1993 I am very active in our local rescue . The Pictures you see above is  a portable station I put together for when I go camping. I use it in the house and as a go box. The box is a tackle box that contains a Icom 7000 with a LDG IT-100 Auto tuner, pictured above the Icom  is a TYT  TH-9000 220mhz radio and next to that is a CRP-101 simplex repeater controller. Everything is powered by 2 gel cell batteries and a QJE power supply. The icoms antennas consist of two military lowband antennas mounted on a tripod to make a dipole, the antennas do well on 6,10,12,15,17 and 20 meters  as well as  ok on 40 meters. You will also see my portable 2 meter and 70 centimeter beam that is used with the Icom. When at home I connect them to a 120 foot wire for hf and on the tower you see at the bottom is a triband beam  for 2m,6m,and 440 second one up is a 1.25 meter beam and at the top is a 2m stick. Also pictured is Motorola GR300 Repeater and Echolink station that is connected to the repeater. Coming soon it also be a DSTAR repeater  I got myself a Icom ID-51A Dstar radio and a DVAP so now I am hanging out at REFO20A.EF020A

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