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Coax grounding @ CLC485 viewsA picture of the coax grounding at the satellite beam antenna installation at the Challenger Learning Center (Oregon, OH).
(2 votes)
Updated rack pic - 06/26/2012466 viewsUpper-right hand side of rack cleared for future equipment additions.
(1 votes)
Updated Rack Pic - 6/26/2012450 views440 Amp moved to lower-right hand side, computer server moved to lower-left hand side (to make room for future equipment). Slide-out rack-mount computer LCD monitor/keyboard/mouse unit added for easy local server access.
(1 votes)
D-Star Repeater Gateway Computer Server & Networking Equipment535 viewsD-Star repeater gateway computer server is underneath ancient CRT monitor.
(1 votes)
D-Star Repeater - Output Testing527 views
(1 votes)
D-Star Repeater (BACK)485 views
(1 votes)
D-Star Repeater (BACK)522 views
(1 votes)
D-Star Repeater476 viewsIcom D-Star Controller & 440 Repeater
(1 votes)
Another rear cabinet pic448 viewsAnother picture of the rear side of the equipment cabinet at Parks Tower. Vinyl lettering courtesy of Engraved Image (
(1 votes)
Equipment Cabinet @ Parks Tower (Rear)446 viewsThe TMRA equipment cabinet at Parks Tower - with fresh new vinyl lettering courtesy of Engraved Image (
(1 votes)
TMRA New Tower @ Parks Tower506 viewsThe current 2m antenna is at the top and the current 440 antenna is on the stand-off.
(1 votes)
TMRA Old Tower @ Parks Tower478 viewsThis is a pic of the TMRA "Old Tower". The current 220 antenna is on the stand-off. The top portion of the tower was invaded by another group.
(1 votes)
Parks Tower Equipment Rack466 viewsA picture of the enclosed rack in which the TMRA repeater equipment is stored.
(1 votes)
CLC Antenna Array509 viewsA great pic of the nearly completed antenna array at the Challenger Learning Center in Oregon, OH. Pictured antennas include a 2M/220/440 vertical (top), and 2m and 440 beams attached to a Yaesu azimuth/elevation rotator (360 degree horizontal rotation and 180 degree vertical rotation). This baby can track a satellite from horizon to horizon!
(1 votes)
TMRA Satellite Station @ CLC455 views
(1 votes)
TMRA Satellite Station @ CLC467 views
(1 votes)
TMRA Equpment on rack at Parks Tower, the University of Toledo (UT)473 views
(1 votes)
TMRA Equpment on rack at Parks Tower, the University of Toledo (UT)471 views
(1 votes)
TMRA Radio equipment rack at Parks Tower - University of Toledo514 views
(1 votes)
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