Here’s what I’m using:
Elecraft K3 + P3 Panadapter: Quite simply, an absolutely devastating combination. Accessories include the Heil PR-781 mic, a SignaLink for data, Winkeyer2 USB and Bencher paddles. I built mine from the kits.
Yaesu FT-847: I used this radio primarily on HF (voice/data/CW) and achieved Worked All States with it. This is an HF/VHF/UHF all-mode rig that was designed primarily for working satellites. I believe I’m the third owner of this particular radio. I purchased it back in January several days after passing my Extra exam. The gentleman I bought it from is a ham/astronomer/engineer/musician who I greatly admire, so I knew it would be a quality item that had been meticulously cared-for.
I’ve sort of “retired” it for the time being, but I have plans to use it for VHF/UHF at some point. Update: I sold this rig earlier this year to a gentleman setting up an EME station. I wish him the best luck in that endeavor!
Yaesu FT-817ND: My QRP/digital modes rig. I bought it specifically for portable work.
Buckmaster OCF dipole: I’m running the 300W version. The antenna is oriented North-South.
Yaesu VX-7R: Handheld rig for satellite QSOs, working events, etc.
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