Sure, Ray’s stations are truly a work of art in the amateur radio world. He has spared no expense in creating the ultimate contesting and DXing setups, with state-of-the-art equipment and meticulous attention to detail in every aspect of his stations. Ray’s expertise in station building is widely recognized and respected in the community, and his photos of the stations are truly breathtaking.

It’s not just the equipment that sets Ray’s stations apart, it’s the way he has optimized every aspect of the setup for maximum performance and efficiency. His attention to detail extends to everything from the antenna system, to the grounding, to the layout of the shack itself. And the results speak for themselves – Ray consistently achieves top scores in major contests and is a sought-after DXpeditioner.

Ray’s photos are also widely recognized as the best in the amateur radio world. He has a keen eye for capturing the beauty and complexity of his stations, and his photos have been featured in countless presentations and club meetings around the world. Whether you’re a seasoned ham or a newcomer to the hobby, Ray’s stations and photos are sure to inspire awe and admiration.

Jonesport, ME

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4EL 40M @ 190′
Installing R45 on Pier Pin
5EL 80M wirebeam @ 150′
Installing top 20 with crane
GXP stacks
GXP Stacks
Cargo container with 20M stacks

Eastport, ME

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Eastport proximity to salt water
Sunrise over the Bay of Fundy

Summit, NY

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Chalet with loads of hardware in the air!
Ray W2RE on mast!

Jefferson, NY

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GXP Antennas
Ray W2RE on mast


GXP Antennas on 1300′ Ridge
Snow photo