These are some VE9UNB images.


This is the Robert J. Collier VE9UNB Amateur Radio Station on November 10, 2016, before the ARRL Sweepstakes SSB Radio Contest.

Robert J. Collier VE9UNB Memorial Station on November 10. 2016, before the ARRL Sweepstakes SSB radio Contest.


This is a three-element yagi antenna, an Arrow Mark II Model 146-3, with a Baofeng BF-F8+ VHF radio, used as the directional receiver in the transmitter hunting activity.  An audio CD is shown to provide a size comparison.

VE9UNB Transmitter Hunting Antenna 2016, Arrow Mark II Model 146-3


The picture shows the 15 milliWatt transmitter, a Byonics Micro-Fox, in clear plastic box.  The current version uses a 10 dB attenuator and radiates 1.5 mW, an appropriate amount of power for a transmitter hunting activity on campus.

VE9UNB Transmitter-Hunting Transmitter 2016, Bionics Micro-Fox


This page was created on February 19, 2017, by Brent Petersen.

This page was modified on February 19, 2017, by Brent Petersen.

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