OPERATING STATIONS


At our club location, we have FIVE operating positions, fully equipped.
We have 3 High Frequency (HF) rigs set up.

NOTE: Please co-ordinate the antenna selection with coordinator BEFORE transmitting.

In addition to the operating stations available for member use, we also have a very extensive
museum of early Ham Radio and Commercial Radio equipment and momentos. This is an
excellent way for newcomers and beginners to learn the history of our hobby.



Operating station #1:
Kenwood TS-830S HF Transceiver ... primarily set up for CW, but also used for SSB voice operations..
Includes computer and internet for logging and spotting. [Photo by N2PRT]


Operating station #2:
Icom 746 PRO HF Transceiver (80 meters to 6 meters)... primarily set up for digital mode operations..
Includes computer and internet for FT-8 and other digital modes, as well as logging and spotting. [Photo by N2PRT]


Operating station #3:
APRS Computer, 2Meter FM, 6 and 2 Meter
Used primarily for admin and emergency communications. [Photo by N2PRT]


Operating station #4:
Icom 746 PRO HF radio (80 meters to 6 meters)... primarily set up for SSB voice, but also used for CW operations..
Includes computer and internet for logging and spotting. [Photo by N2PRT]


Operating station #5:
2 Meter and 440MHz FM Transceivers and D-Star Radio
Primarily set up for RACES and ARES Emergency Communications training and operations. [Photo by N2PRT]


This is part one of our museum of Amateur Radio and early Commercial Radio.


This is part two of our museum of Amateur Radio and early Commercial Radio.


This is part three of our museum of Amateur Radio and early Commercial Radio.