REPEATERS

The club operates a number of repeaters.

VE6HM

Named after C. Harris (4HM, VE4HM, VE6HM) and located at the club site (which is often referred to as HM or VE6HM after this set of repeaters). 147.060- MHz (negative offset), 444.100 MHz, 224.760 MHz, and 53.430 MHz.

VE6JN

Located at the River Cree Casino and Resort and provides extended coverage in the West parts of Edmonton. 147.330 MHz. Linked.

VE6UV

Located on the University of Alberta campus and provides extended coverage inCentral areas of Edmonton. 147.240 MHz. Linked.

VE6WXX

Located at club site.


VE6PLP

Located near Pigeon Lake and provides coverage to the south of Edmonton into the Wetaskiwin area. 147.090 MHz. Linked.

VE6PLP-1

Located near Lake Wabamun and provides coverage to the west of Edmonton into the Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Wabamun area. 444.2750 MHz. Link "hub".

VE6TNC

Located near Elk Island National Park and provides excellent coverage down highway 16 east to Vegreville. 146.610 MHz

VE8AT

We support an IARU Beacon in co-operation with The Northern California DX Foundation NCDXF and the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) IBP. The site is located in Eureka, Nunavut. http://narc.net/activities/ve8at-hf-beacon/

VE6NC

We support a portable repeater on 147.015 MHz (UHF 442.275+ MHz) and a 15-meter-high portable tower (NARCPAC), with an HF beam, HF dipoles, VHF and UHF antennas. It may be operated from a portable generator.

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