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 DXer/Contester site high on Mount Umunhum above Silicon Valley, California.   Twin WN-2d monitoring tower feedlines.userlinks_1

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Thanks Pierre-Francois F5BQP.   Antenna/Amp control via LAN using the WN-2 Digital Wattmeter as a station controller.

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Thanks K7ERQ

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Thanks to Dexter White of Port Royal Sounduserlinks_5

 

A very organized Ham Shack with WN-2d. Thanks Tom (WA2TP). Nice foot warmer included, but the chair needs an upgrade.

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Thanks to Howard Chameyuserlinks_6

 

Thanks to Jose Alfredo Buainain, PT9ZE

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Thanks to Jose Alfredo Buainain, PT9ZEuserlinks_8

 

Thanks to Robert Carollo, NY1HUserlinks_9

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Thanks to W6MEXUserlinks_11

Thanks to Dexter WhiteUserlinks_12

Thanks to Oscar Luis, EA1DRUserlinks_13

Thanks to Peter Rimmel N8PRUserlinks_24

Thanks to Andrew Walker, VA3AWPUserlinks_14

Thanks to Michael CallahanUserlinks_15

Thanks to Carol Milazzo, KP4MD

Technical presentation web link

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Thanks to Harry Hahn, W9BR for his shack pix with a Flex Radio SDR-1000, SDR-5000, TS-2000, AL-1500, SGC-500 and the WaveNode WN-2.

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Thanks to Kostakis Chris, SV9CVK Rethimno Crete Greece www.sv9cvk.grUserlinks_18

Thanks to Richard Zalewski, W7ZR.   Full complement of HF sensors and WN-1

monitoring an ICOM PW-1 quad output amplifer.

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Thanks to Lewis Cheek, K4HR.  Userlinks_20

Thanks to Dr. David Rodman, KN2M, Buffalo NY, for his shack photo.   Userlinks_22

 

Thanks to Larry Gauthier, K8UTUserlinks_23

Thanks to Cyrus Turner, W5DXE.SI Exif

Thanks to VE2XX Ontario

The tower is 8 x 22 el K1fo for 432 Eme and the other tower is microwave loop yagis.

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An Experimenter and Builder (Find the WN-2d?)Userlinks_26

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