Bloomington High School South Club Station

In the Penthouse above Bloomington High School South

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This is a picture of the entire operating area, including out world map and operating manuals from the ARRL "Big Project" grant.
Here is a close up of our Yaesu FT-847 and accessories.
A Cushcraft 6m, 2m, and 70 cm beam hovers on a rotor high above the roof line of the school.
Both the beam and the R6000 HF vertical are mounted to the side of the staircase enclosure on top of the roof.
A G5RV is used for the longer wavelengths. A pulley is at the top of the penthouse to hang the center of the dipole. The ladder line is allowed to drop, and the ends of the dipole are stretched out across the roof.
Another angle of the HF vertical, with the roof of the atrium in the background.
The G5RV stretches out around the 2 C-band satellite dishes on top of the building that are used for picking up educational programming.
A beautiful view of the surrounding area from one of the high points in Bloomington Indiana... the roof.
In this close up, you can see the crane being used for a construction project downtown off in the distance.