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1 Solar panel used to trickle charge suitcase batteries.
2 Homemade morse code practice oscillator with built-in key, speaker and LED
3 Inner workings of homeade morse code practice oscillator with built-in key, speaker and LED
4 Commercial morse code practice oscillator with volume and tone controls, built-in key, and speaker
5 Alex, KM4FFB, the antenna man. Many of the antennas shown in these photos were fabricated by Alex.
6 One of the dry cells used in the suitcase radio
7 Military style antenna mast made of interconnecting fiberglass tubular sections (also known as MK-12 or ANT-KIT-29-U). At the top of the mast is a dangling PCV encased antenna assembly. If you use the zoom feature of your browser, you will see an external connector at the bottom where the coax connects.
8 Ray, KD4FV, shows Scouts how PSK system worksSeated to the right of the Scouts is Keith, [callsign?], using a manual key to commuinicate via CW on HF while the Pete, WA5T, the President of Wayne County Amateur Radio Association (WCARA) lends another set of ears to help identify the "fist" on the other end.
9 Dipole suspended between two trees with the center feed line come down to the booth tent.
10 Mobile suitcase radio complete wit
11 PSK Setup using AC power supply
12 Rear view of PSK system.
Note Bungee cord for quick stack securing and wind resistance.
13 J-pole made of copper plumbing sections -- in disassembled state.
This assembly is threaded together with shock cord so pieces are not lost and assembly is quick and error proof.
14 J-pole made of copper plumbing sections -- in fully assembled state.
15 Dave, K4KDP, (in Scout uniform) and Joe, N0TGO, using tree-strung wire antenna to reach Greensboro repeater with HT. In the background, Pete, WA5T, and Alex, KM4FFB, discuss anlternative antenna ideas.
16 A section of the MK-12 mast with a PVC tube attached with ty-wraps to serve as antenna mount sleeve (to insert an antenna base into)
17 The ham radio exhibitors booth/tent.
18 The HT table for showing the variety of brands and models available.
NOTE: Although not in these photos, other participating AROs include Bob, WD4FIX, and Charles, KM4AMT.
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