Amateur Radio Station

W4RJF's Current Ham Station

About my amateur station.
Welcome to my Amateur Radio Station. My station consist of an Icom 7600 transceiver along with a Flex 6500 transceiver...a RE 27 microphone going thru a Symetrix 528E Voice Processer, Acom 1000 HF + 6 Linear Amplifier, LP 100A Digital Vector Wattmeter by N8LP and a PALSTAR AT-AUTO 1500 Watt Automatic Antenna Tuner. I use an Icom 821 Transceiver for UHF/VHF operation. Both stations are powered by an Astron RS-35M power supply.

My antennas consist of a multi-band dipole for 10 meters thru 80 meters, 40 meter delta loop, 43 Foot Multiband Vertical from DX Engineering along with an inverted L (with ground radials) for 160 meters. I use a Comet GP-9 Dual-Band VHF/UHF Base Vertical for UHF/VHF activity.

My logging program is DXLab. This full featured logging program provides me with internet cluster alerts, an interface for my Icom 7600 or Flex 6500 and displays grayline and world maps through the interface to DX Atlas.

I am a member of the Southeastern Repeater Association (SERA), the Raleigh Amateur Radio Society (RARS), and the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL). If you have questions related to ham radio, please email me. I'll be glad to assist you in anyway possible.