My primary QTH consists of an Icom IC-7100 (My primary rig), and an Icom IC-751 (My first HF machine). They are connected via a antenna switch to an LDG AT-100ProII tuner, which is connected to my primary antenna system. The main antenna is a Buckmaster OCF 7-Bander in a (bent) inverted vee configuration, with the peak at ~ 8m AGL (~1.6km ASL).
For VHF/UHF operations, a dual-band Comet GP-3 is connected directly to the IC-7100.
For Digital modes, I interface via USB both directly (for the IC-7100) or via a SignaLink USB (for the IC-751). I use Ham Radio Deluxe for CAT control of both rigs and most digital modes. For JT65-HF, I use the JT65-HF-HB9HQX-Edition software.
One of these days, I'll get around to installing my Icom ID-5100 in the truck...
I'm a life member of the ARRL, and an accreddited VE as well. I help run the ham radio exams every year at the DEFCON security confrence.
I'm a member of the Rocky Mountain Repeater League, which operates several repeaters around the Colorado front range and Denver area.
I'm a member of the Boulder Amatuer Radio Club (callsign W0DK), an active club in the Boulder, Colorado area