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John Langdon N5CQ
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The main tower at N5CQ is 195' of rotating Rohn 55G. The antennas are all Force 12s: three C-3s, three C-4s, a WARC-7, and a Magnum 280C.
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The shack at N5CQ is a converted container ship shipping container. It has had windows cut into it, and the interior is finished.
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John, at the controls, during the 2000 ARRL International DX Contest, Phone. N5CQ led a multi-operator, single-transmitter team.
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A close-up of the chain and gear mechanism involved with the rotor at the base of the 195' rotating Rohn 55G tower.
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N5CQ is building a second 195' rotating tower at his station, which will stack three four-element forty meter yagis.
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Elements for new four-element forty meter yagis, being built in the spring of 2002.

For even more photos of the N5CQ station, see the following pictorials:

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