Facing Van Horn Field at night, one of our HF beams and both towers are visible.
EME beam in good Cleveland weather right after it was erected.
Our first Foxhunt -- radio direction finding scavenger hunting.
Our large collection of QST magazines.
We have a few wires.
We are looking to improve our organization through a new coaxial switching system.
View up one of the HF beams.
Our tape-measure antennae made for Foxhunting.
Our humble shack.
View off roof toward Van Horn Field.
HF antenna tuner.
Our VHF/UHF radios.
Our HF linear amplifier.
HF antenna rotator controllers.
A student's radios in the shack.
Our HF radio.
Progress on painting the superstructure!
Another view of the shack roof and supported equipment.
New strut braces to help aid in countering the new wind load from the EME beam.
EME beam at dusk.
EME rotator detail.
HF rotator detail.
Roof ballast, shack in background.
New lighting installed, as much work and operating is done at night -- not only out of time obligations, but because of ionospheric conditions!
UHF repeater link antenna erected summer 2012.
Our repeater, in cooperation with LEARA.
New rotator for the EME beam!
Large, gorgeous connector used on the EME coaxial cable (LMR-800.)
Detail of other side of connector.
High-voltage relays for coaxial switcher to be built.
Our handhelds, out for loan, donated by CAA! The backs are laser-engraved, "W8EDU".