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The main rig in the shack is a Icom IC-746. I also
bought a Icom SM-8 desk mic. They work very well together.
The antenna is a homebrew 160m dipole up
about 40 feet. Here is a link to my ICOM 746 page with
a few link about the IC-746
I also have a backup rig. It is a Yaesu FT-840. It was the
first hf rig that I bought and has also done a good job. I have made
alot of contacts with it.
I am a member of the Scott County Amateur Radio
Club and also 10-10 International
with a number of 72741.My wife Vickie also has her amateur license.
Her call is KG4KMP. She got her tech license in Nov. 2000.
I have also purchased a Icom IC-R10 Communication Receiver this Jan.
My complete shack:
Icom IC-746 160-2m all mode
Yaesu FT-840 160-10 Backup HF rig
Alinco DR-610 2m 440 dual bander with a Cushcraft AR-270B antenna
Icom T7H handheld 2m 440
Alinco DJ-195 2m handheld
MFJ 949D antenna tuner
Icom IC-R10 Receiver
Alinco DM-330MV power supply, Pyramid PS-21KX as a backup power supply
Here are some links to some amateur related web sites
A freind in Johnson City, TN with some good info on digimodes.
KF4BWG's hamradio page check
out his tree antenna
N4TUX's web page alot
of info. about ham radio