WT9Q Bob Sauvan
Bob was licensed in January of 1990 as KB9EAZ. By May of that year he had earned his Technician, General, Advanced and Extra licenses. Residing north-west of Madison on a picturesque wood lot, Bob has assembled an impressive station. He operates primarily CW and most enjoys contesting and DXing. He has won a first in CQWW-160 CW and ARRL-DX CW and participates in many other contests. Bob has 301 countries confirmed, 307 worked.
He is a member of ARRL, the Society of Midwest Contesters and the Madison DX Club.
WT9Q has a pair of HF transceivers, healthy HF amplifier and computerized logging (Writelog) and CW/RTTY interface. There's quite a few control boxes for antennas and rotors as well.
The 85 foot tower supports a pair of KT36XA antennas, the lower antenna is fixed to the north-east. Barely visible are inverted V's and a sloper.
Almost out of sight are a 50 foot tower with a 3 element HyGain 40 meter beam and a 14AVQ vertical in the foreground. Seems to be more wire antennas on this tower too.
Bob thought that the damage done by a recent lightning strike was enough for one guy and upgraded his lightning protection system. Nice job!