N4BP operating position.
Top left to right: HP "Envy" Desktop Computer, Antenna Switches, WinKeyer USB,
24" Monitor, Daiwa CN-801 SWR & PWR Meter/Speaker, Palstar AT2K Tuner/ALS-1306 Amplifier
Bottom left to right: Samlex SEC-1223 PS, Antenna Switches, Elecraft K3 & P3/Keyboard, N3ZN ZN9A Paddle, Yaesu G-800SA Controller
N4BP Antenna Farm
Cushcraft A505S (5el 6 Meter Yagi) @ 70 feet (former 3el HB shown)
Cushcraft A4S with TH6DX driven element @ 65 feet
40/80M Dipole with HB "Armadillo" coax traps @ 62 feet
EFHW-8010 or 160M Inverted-L supported by crossarm @ 62 feet (switchable)
Not shown : MFJ-1796W on 30ft mast (WARC bands)
Treasure from the Past!
QSL sent to WN1FJI in September, 1955 and recently returned to me.
QRP Operating Position
N4BP QSL designed with WB8RCR's QSL Maker
Day - Guano Reef Bashful Perverts (K4PG N4BP N4GM)
04 Field Day - Packet & satellite station in N4GM van
04 Field Day - N4GM knockin' out Q's on the K2
04 Field Day - Sunset on the 4BTV
ARRL DX Phone M/S- Bad omen for upcoming contest!
04 Mar ARRL DX Phone M/S - OK1DTP running EU on 21Mhz
04 Mar ARRL DX Phone M/S - Taking a tennis break
04 Mar ARRL DX Phone M/S - Wider view of N4BP station
C6A DXpedition - The "CAT", ferry from Fort Lauderdale to Freeport
04 Feb C6A DXpedition - 160 foot tower with 80 Meter dipole leg visible
04 Feb C6A DXpedition - C6ALK (K7RE) struggling on 160 Meters
04 Feb C6A DXpedition - C6AKQ (N4BP) on 80 Meters
04 Feb C6A DXpedition - C6APG (K4PG) trying to stay awake on 10 Meters
QSO Party - KB & BP Ready to Go
99 FL QSO Party - KB Running a County
99 FL QSO Party - BP Running a County
99 FL QSO Party - Pasco County Coming Up
99 FL QSO Party - Time to Make This Trip Pay Off!
97 IARU DXpedition - L/R N4BP/ZF2DE WD4JNS/ZF2JS W4OVU/ZF2PU W4DN/ZF2DN
MyAntennas Transformer Bypass Switch to Use Wire as 160M Inverted-L
Czech Second Class Operator's Club membership plaque (N4BP #19)
A collection of Web Sites that I have found interesting.
And a collection of Software that I have found useful.
Rules for some upcoming contests
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