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 VE2RM INC


 147 MHz


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 442DV MHz


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144 Mhz beacon



We operate a beacons 144.280 MHz running 1 watt on a halo horizontal polarization. CW ID of VE2FUT. Mounted just above the 10 GHz



 

222 MHz beacon



We operate a beacons 222.285 MHz running 1 watt on a halo horizontal polarization. Using FSK keying. Mounted just above the 10 GHz



 

10 GHz beacon



We operate a beacon between 10368.381 and 10368.383 MHz depending on the outside temperature. The latter is when it's 30+ degrees. That beacon is a reference in the north east. It can be heard in Toronto during thunderstorms, the signal being scattered by droplets in the clouds. Also it can be heard frequently by hams in Vermont. W1GHZ and N1JEZ among others.
You can predict useable paths looking at https://rainscatter.com/
It was provided by Ray VE3FN. Transmitter, and amplifier are DB6NT. Power is 10 watts feeding a 24 slots waveguide antenna. Mounted at about 110" on our tower.


VE2RM Inc.
P.O. Box 201
Pointe Claire, Dorval
Quebec, Canada
H9R 4N9