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N9TF 2016 ARRL RTTYRU keyboarding with K3S

K3S N1MM+ MMTTY. Having fun playing RTTY! Passed on Icom PROIII to #1 son KC9ETU
Capture Date: Jan 3, 2016 05:22 PMViews: 416

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Video_24113 RFI from Samsung Washing Machine

RF interference generated from a Samsung washing machine. from about 20Mhz through 28mhz with peaks every 17Khz.
Upload Date: Jan 6, 2016 09:41 PMViews: 344

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Video_24114 RFI from Samsung Washing Machine

RF interference generated from a Samsung washing machine. from about 20Mhz through 28mhz with peaks every 17Khz.
Upload Date: Jan 6, 2016 09:42 PMViews: 401

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N9TF Station January 2013, 756 ProIII, FT 897D, DR-235, IC-228A

All the comforts of Ham Radio! KC9ETU now has the PROIII as of July of 2015. Now running a K3S at this station.
Capture Date: Jan 10, 2013 09:33 PMViews: 430
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N9TF KC9ETU September 2004 ARRL VHF Contest

My son Mike, KC9ETU and I operating as a multiop in the ARRL September VHF contest. Rigs were two TS-2000 and a FT-736R with 220mhz.
Capture Date: Sep 12, 2004 08:43 PMViews: 445
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W8AMZ 160m reduced half sloper.

Apex is 35' aimed about 60 degrees azimuth, sloping down to 2' above ground, 67' total length.
Capture Date: Jul 12, 2014 01:26 PMViews: 1281

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GeneGabry Apr 25, 2016 03:39 PM
Robert, I sent you an email answering your question. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my station. Good luck in your pursuit of this antenna.
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80 meter OCF dipole feed point at 35 feet apex

Feed point of 80m OCF Dipole at 35' apex. Foreground is 90 foot leg that slopes down to 13' off ground out to 75' from tower, then turns about 100 degrees to due north for the last 15' sloping down to 5 feet above ground. The 45' leg coming towards camera slopes down to 18' above ground across house roof, tied off at gutter line 30' from feed point, then turns 90 degrees for the last 15', tied off to maple tree in front yard about 15' above ground. Kind of a Zig/zag sloping OCF dipole.
Capture Date: Jul 12, 2014 01:24 PMViews: 720

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80 meter OCF dipole 90 foot leg turning about 120 degrees last 15 feet

90 foot end of 80m OCF dipole. Makes about a 100 degree turn at 75', 13' off the ground. The last 15' ends about 5 feet above ground. As of October 2014, the antenna seems to be performing better than expected on 80m. I have logged two DXpeditions, VK9DLX and T30D so far on 80m.
Capture Date: Jul 12, 2014 12:27 PMViews: 518

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80 meter OCF dipole 45 foot leg NW to SW turning 60 degrees at 30 feet

Keeping all my antennas, and antenna wires in my play pen! I am actually stretching my agreed upon boundaries by attaching the 45' leg of the 80m OCF dipole to the tree in the front yard.
Capture Date: Jul 12, 2014 01:28 PMViews: 491

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N9TF station antennas July 2014 with 6m added

"Short Stack" Triband V/UHF vertical at top, 7 element M2 2m SSB, 11 element M2 432 SSB, D3W 12/17/30m rotatable dipole, A50-3S 3 element 6 meter beam, HyGain TH2MK3 2 element triband 10/15/20 meters. Two wire antennas under triband. 160 meter half sloper and 80m OCF dipole.
Capture Date: Jul 4, 2014 03:58 PMViews: 485

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N9TF Antennas May 25th 2014 009 copy

Latest and greatest antenna system at N9TF, as of May 25th, 2014. Top down, CX333 440/223/146FM vertical, M2 7 element 2mssb/cw, M2 11 element 432ssb/cw, D3W 12/17/30 (and 6m) rotatable dipole, TH2-MK3 triband, DX-LB 40/80/160, and W8AMZ reduced 160 half sloper. To top of tower 36', 13' of mast above tower.
Capture Date: May 31, 2014 09:32 AMViews: 498
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N9TF antennas 12 2104 from the street

This is what you see passing by the front of my house from the street.
Capture Date: Dec 31, 2014 03:57 PMViews: 468

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N9TF Antennas Winter. Hygain TH2-MK3, Cushcraft A503S, Cushcraft D3W rotateable dipole.

Fresh layer of "pre winter" snow on Hygain TH2-MK3, D3W and A50-3S. Just in time for Thanksgiving.
Capture Date: Nov 22, 2015 02:23 PMViews: 920

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N9TF W8AMZ reduced half sloper 2013 December

Approx. 36' at apex, sloping down to 4' off ground at a 60 degree azimuth. It slopes just over the DX-LB 160/80/40 Alpha Delta short dipole which is broad side 45 degrees/225 degrees.
Capture Date: Dec 28, 2013 04:14 PMViews: 749
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N9TF W8AMZ sloper mounted about 8 inches above the DX LB center

Capture Date: Dec 28, 2013 04:14 PMViews: 562
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