The Linear is still the old Kenwood TL922 with a couple of 3-500ZG graphite tubes installed and a few mods to keep it running happily. Capable of 1kw it stays cool and calm with our rated 400w pep out and only 25 watts of drive.
The RF out is measured by one of Larrys (N8LP) LP-100A digital vector power meters. You know EXACTLY what is happening all the time with this meter. Accuracy was dead on compared to a calibrated Bird 4421 power meter at my Work QTH.
The IC-7700 is still in use every day. Its a Beautiful radio! You can see the LP-100A power meter and SteppIR controller sitting on the top of the radio.
Above is my newest toy! Its a QS1R SDR Reciever from Phil Covington N8VB.
It is a direct sampling SDR Receiver that covers 15khz to 60Mhz. This thing is the hottest SDR that money can buy at this stage. The performance seems very very good and compares to the IC7700 on weak CW signals! Have a look at http://www.srl-llc.com/
If you want to use my QS1R over the internet to tune around and lsiten to the bands in Perth, Australia. Drop me an email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will gave you the details of how to log in.
The Rotator Controller for the SteppIR is the Green Heron. Point and shoot and USB computer control with ANY rotator at all. It makes turning any antenna a very easy job indeed. It has ramp up and down and network control as standard.
See http://www.greenheronengineering.com/ for details.
I hope to see you in my log! 73 Andrew VK6IA