Our two main HF-rigs are the Icom IC-756 Pro III and Flex 6500.
For our VHF array a IC-9100 is used.
For controlling the radios we have two desktop computers running Windows 10 and dual monitors.
For our amplifier needs we’re using an Ameritron AL-82 and a Acom 1000 which both are capable of outputting 1000W+.
We also have some dipoles for the 160m, 80m, 40m and 30m band.
For basic VHF/UHF communication throughout the town we have a Kenwood TM-D710 connected to a Diamond X-50 anntenna on the roof.
For our power-supply needs we have a couple of Diamond GSV-3000 power supplies for a total of 2 PDU.
The IC-756PRO runs on its original power supply, whilst the Flex, IC-9100 and other various equipment like the rotor-controllers are on one of the 12V rails.
For switching between antennas between the two rigs, we have a Double-Ten antenna-switch located in our loft.
The control-box pictured was custom-made by LA7LKA.