TUARC has two high frequency (HF) stations covering the Amateur Radio bands from 160 meters (1.8-2.0 MHz), 80 meters (3.5-4.0 MHz), 40 meters (7.0-7.3 MHz), 30 meters (10.10-10.15 MHz), 20 meters (14.00-14.35 MHz), 17 meters (18.068-18.168 MHz), 15 meters (21.00-21.45 MHz) to 10 meters (28.0-29.7 Mhz). The primary station is a 100 watt Kenwood TS-2000 HF transceiver that also covers the very and ultra high frequency bands (VHF/UHF) for Amateur Radio satellites and can be completely computer controlled on HF by the Ham Radio Deluxe software. The primary station has a RigBlaster interface to the PC sound card for keyboard CW, RTTY and digital modes. A Vibroflex iambic key can be used for Morse code transmission. The primary station can access the Mosley CL-33-M 20, 15 and 10 meter Yagi antenna and select the Ameritron ECS-4L coaxial cable antenna switch for wire antennas, including the Alpha Delta DX-B for 160 meters through 30 meters. Dentron W-2 wattmeters monitor the Yagi and wire antennas.

HF Yagi antenna

The secondary HF station is also a 100 watt Kenwood TS-2000 HF transceiver that can alternatively select the  Ameritron antenna switch for wire antennas but is used primarily for VHF/UHF. A Daiwa CN-720 wattmeter monitors the wire antennas at the secondary station. PolyPhaser lightning arrestors protect the coaxial and control cables at the station.

A 20, 15 and 10 meter Mosley CL-33-M triband Yagi antenna and a 160, 80, 40 and 30 meter Alpha Delta DX-B wire antenna are mounted on the east side tower. An Ameritron RCS-4L coaxial cable antenna switch, controlled at the station, is also mounted on the east tower with three more positions available.

Primary HF and VHF/UHF satellite station, secondary HF and VHF/UHF station, coaxial and control cable grounding in the shack and on the roof and HF Yagi and wire antennas.















The prior TUARC HF stations consisted of a Kenwood TS-520 HF transceiver, AT-200 manual antenna tuner and a HAL Devices CT2200 RTTY terminal which was replaced for a time with a Kenwood TS-440 HF transceiver and AT-230 automatic antenna tuner.