The standard antenna connector is a 50 ohm BNC. If the K2 has the built-in ATU, then the standard BNC socket is capped and there are an additional 2 BNC sockets from the ATU, selectable ANT1 and ANT2 from the front panel.
Built this in 1999 and it is still one of the best receivers I have used in 50+ yrs of being on the air. This rig was built for QRP contesting and won for my section. Also used it to make WAS QRP CW with just a simple 450 ohm fed inverted V.
Besides all of the performance features, it is a rig you can modify and fix or repair without 1000's of dollars of test gear.
Options added were the noise blanker, SSB, 160 M 2nd receiver, antenna tuner, audio filter and battery. If you add the 100 watt PA and high power tuner you can easily work DX and hold your own in contests.
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