These are some VE9UNB images. The images sizes are limited to 320 pixels wide to prevent distortion on some devices.
Moose visits Jamboree On The Air (JOTA), October 19, 2019, Photo credit: Dwight Benner
Rick Roderick K5UR, 2019 President ARRL (American Radio Relay League), Brent Petersen VE9EX, Sponsor of VE9UNB Amateur Radio Club, and Glenn McDonnel VE3XRA, 2019 President RAC (Radio Amateurs of Canada), were at the Annual General Meeting of RAC, hosted by the MAARC (Moncton Area Amateur Radio Club), September 14, 2019. In the Message of the RAC President, Glenn thanked the VE9UNB Amateur Radio Club for their help with the RAC Booth during the Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF), Fredericton, New Brunswick, May 15-17, 2019. Brent VE9EX thanks Bert VE1PIN VE9PIN, for taking the photo.
This is the Robert J. Collier VE9UNB Amateur Radio 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.
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.
This page was created on February 19, 2017, by Brent Petersen.
This page was modified on October 21, 2019, by Brent Petersen.
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