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What are in my shack at the moment

From top row:
1. OPEK 7-25 communication speaker
2. MFJ-259B HF/VHF SWR Analyzer
3. Linksys WRT54GL wireless AP/router

Middle row:
4. Yaesu FTM-10R dual band VHF/UHF
5. Diamond SX-200 SWR & Power Meter
6. TeleConcept SPS82500 switching power supply

Bottom row:
7. Yaesu FT-897 HF/VHF/UHF All Mode Transceiver
8. MFJ-949E Deluxe Versa Tuner II

Side of the cabinet:
9. Digital clock/thermo/calendar - GMT
10. VOIP phone

What are up in the air:
11. Diamond X200 UHF/VHF antenna
12. Diamond CP-6 80m-6m HF antenna
13. Diamond W8010 dipole - broadband antenna but only 10m/20m portion is up there

What near the earth:
14. RG214 connecting the CP-6 to the tuner
15. RG214 connecting the W8010 to the tuner
16. RG8 connecting the X200 to FTM10R
17. Three Diamond lightning arrestors as insurance :)

What in the cupboard or hiding under the table:
18. Yaesu FC-40 automatic antenna tuner for long wire
19. Buddystick HF portable antenna
20. Yaesu G-250 rotator
21. Diamond A144S10R 10-elemement 2meter Yagi
22. 3-element 10meter Yagi antenna from 9M2RZL


hoiiiii...tak semestinya tak ditunjukkan,benda2 ni tu takde..
apa lagi dalam stor,belakang pintu,bawah katil,dalam almari?
list out la..
9W2TPT said…
Hmm.. aku bukan Menteri Besar Selangor nak kena declare semua assets ..
Hugo said…
I recently came across your blog and have been reading about broadband antenna. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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