Pacific Northwest DX Convention

Raffle Prizes


Raffle Prize Rules:

The raffle prize drawing is a “Your Choice” drawing.  There will be separate ticket buckets for each raffle prize.  This means that YOU get to choose which prizes you want to try to win instead of the convention committee determining this for you.  For example, say you don’t need another radio and would rather try for an antenna.  You would simply drop your raffle tickets in the antenna bucket to increase your chances of what you desire.

There will be (7) raffle prize buckets, one for each raffle prize.  Tickets can be purchased for $1.00 USD (Cash and U.S. Currency Only) from roving ticket sellers or at the convention registration desk.  Write your CALLSIGN or NAME on each ticket and place the ticket in the desired bucket(s).

All raffle prizes will be drawn after the Sunday morning breakfast program no earlier than 10:00 am PT.  You need not be present to win, but the winning ticket must be presented to claim the prize.  There is no limit on how many raffle prizes you can win.  Everyone who purchases a ticket is eligible to win.


ICOM IC-7300

The Icom IC-7300 is Icom's latest SDR HF/50 MHz Transceiver. It offers 100W of output power and receieves from 0.030 to 74.800 MHZ. It operates on SSB, CW, RTTY, AM and FM modes. The Icom IC-7300 features a RF direct sampling system, 15 discrete band-pass filters, a real-time spectrum scope and a large 4.3" color touch screen display. Additional features of the IC-7300 include a built-in automatic antenna tuner, 101 channels, SD memory card slot and 3 CW functions. In the box you will find the IC-7300 transceiver, a HM-219 hand microphone, DC power cable, fuses and plugs along with a warranty card and manual.

Yaesu FT DX 1200

Continuing the Yaesu “FT DX” Legacy of Excellence established decades ago, the FT DX 1200 is designed for the casual operator as well competitive operating situations, whether you primarily operate in Contests, chase DX or enjoy Field operating. The High Frequency Design Technology it has inherited ensures “Best in Class Performance”.

The FT DX 1200 provides up to 100 Watts on SSB, CW, FM, and AM (25 Watts carrier) and a rugged state of the art highly balanced receiver circuit configuration for top performance on today’s crowded bands. Similar to the high-end “YAESU FT DX” series, it uses 32-bit high speed floating point DSP for renowned proven performance.

A built-in 4.3-in TFT wide full color High Resolution Display with loads of information provides superior operability and visibility for the FT DX 1200 user. A Spectrum Scope located just below the LCD display gives the operator all the information needed to place them at the right place on the band with the right receiver set-up to have a satisfying experience with a casual QSO chat or while digging out a rare desired weak signal contact.

ACOM 1010 160-10m Amplifier

A durable amplifier.
This amplifier is both user-friendly and self-monitoring. It is designed to safely withstand up to 240 W of reflected power, up to 100 milliseconds of drive spikes (RF “tails” after a PTT or KEY release), and even operator tuning errors. It is also capable of operating at more than half its designed output power at only 75% of nominal line (mains) voltage. Because it can tolerate deep voltage drops (down to zero for 10 milliseconds) and 15% line voltage spikes, it is particularly suited for use in portable environments, such as field days and DXpeditions.

Easy operation. No tuner needed.
The plate-load True Resistance Indicator (TRI) is an ACOM innovation that provides quick and precise tuning, typically in less than 10 seconds. The auto-operate function will return the amplifier to the OPERATE mode automatically after each protection trip, saving time and avoiding manual switching.

NOTE: This item is a "like new" open box item, but comes in original box with all manuals and comes with a 3-year extended warranty.

CrankIR Series Antenna

The CrankIR Vertical Antenna
(80 meters through 2 meters)

A lightweight, high performance, extremely portable vertical antenna rated at 1500 watts key-down with fully manual operation (no electrical power or controller required). It’s patented folded design allows for a 40% reduction in size with only a 0.3dB reduction in performance compared to a full length vertical.

SEL-9929 Satellite-Synchronized Clock Display

Just plug-in and go. This kit comes with a satellite-synchronized clock, a large digital clock display, and all accessories to work right out of the box with a quick-start instruction sheet. The clock supplies accurate time to synchronize up to 15 display clocks. The clock display has high-visibility LED digits that may be read up to 200 feet away. The clock and display are designed to work in harsh environments with a wide operating temperature, making them suitable for industrial applications.

Heil Headset Pro 7

The Pro 7 offers a feature set that compliments the Heil Sound standard for headset design. Unlike copies of various aviation type headsets, the PRO 7 is not a copy. It brings newtechnologyto the headset industry. The 2" thick gel foam ear pads provide extreme comfort for extended periods of time while exhibiting passive noise reduction rated at -26dB, ideal for use in high ambient noise environments. Using technology Bob Heil learned from Paul Klipsch back in the early 70's, the ear cup enclosures were tuned to the free air cone resonance of the speaker cone thus providing very low distortion with maximum voice articulation providing the ultimate sound reproduction for communications.

K•Pod Control Panel for the K3S & K3

A Compact Accessory Panel for Contesting, DXing, and Customized Station Control

Our new K-Pod is the ideal companion to your Elecraft K3 or K3S Transceiver, maximizing both convenience and operating efficiency. At only 3.5 x 3 x 1 inches (9 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm), it can be placed anywhere the action is, typically next to a computer keyboard. It’s versatile enough to integrate transceiver and station control functions, putting you in command as never before.

A utility jack beneath the radio’s front panel acts as the K-Pod’s data interface. The unit can be powered from the radio’s rear 12-V accessory output, the pod’s own USB port, or any 8-15 V, 50-mA DC power source.

*Weighted, Soft-Touch Knob Assignable to VFO A, VFO B, or RIT/XIT Offset

*8 Programmable Switches Control Existing Radio Functions—or Functions You Create!

*USB Port and 3 General-Purpose Outputs
62nd Annual PNW DX Convention
August 4 - 6, 2017
Spokane, WA