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An Icom 756Pro does the work today. The Kenwood TS430 sits above for backup or monitoring. Right now, the antennas consist of a 160-10 meter G5RV with several dipoles, Vee's and a vertical. Every summer those could change. There are usually plenty of keys, keyers, bugs and CW gear as that's a favorite mode. Of course there is always the trusted little Heath HW-8 QRP (low power) rig when the going gets tough.

The setup is probably due some remodeling again, too.

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