My Equipment

Dade County, Georgia, USA


QYT KT-8900D

This is the radio in my truck. It's dual band putting out 25w on VHF and 20w on UHF.

Vero VR-N7500

This is an interesting radio. It doesn't have its own display, instead it is controlled via a bluetooth connection to an android phone. It can do remote rx/tx over bluetooth or the internet too. It's actually been a lot of fun to play with and is my favorite 2m/70cm radio so far!

(And thanks to W7NIK for the power supply!)


My first HF radio! Old school but awesome! I was looking for something old and basic and this fit the bill.

Homebrew dipole

Have you ever tried to take a picture of a wire antenna? HAHA! Anyway here's my homemade 20 meter dipole. Basically just some wire attached to the top of a flagpole.


This is the radio I carry around with me. It's dual band DMR.

Pi-Star Hotspot

MMDVM duplex hotspot. You can follow this link to brandmeister for its info page.

Baofeng GT3TP

I have a couple of these and they were my first radios. One of them is attached to my computer and being used for the SNARS live feed.

Questions or comments? Feel free to email me at tim@w7lte.com!