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  • The site is the top of a hill overlooking Lake Ontario.  The land falls away gently to the south allowing observations to the horizon from Southeast to Southwest. width:720;;height:481
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  • To assemble the antennas, erect the towers and complete the set up reqires work to begin noon Friday. Takedown is Monday morning. width:720;;height:479
  • Ken VA3KA settiing up the 2m and upper frequencies (222, 432, 903 and 1296) stations in a trailor. width:720;;height:481
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  • Doug, VE3XK, setting up one of the generators. width:480;;height:720
  • Al, VO1NO at work finishing assembling an antenna. width:479;;height:720
  • Bill VE3MMQ, Andy VE3NVK, DougVE3XK, and Barney VA3BGB at work at antenna assembly. width:720;;height:480
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  • Tent for the microwave equipment. width:720;;height:481
  • Air Cadets studying amateur radio participate each year. width:720;;height:481
  • 3 towers are erected for the various antennas width:720;;height:481
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  • From left to right: towers for 2m, 6m and higher frequencies (222, 432, 903 and 1296 MHz.) width:720;;height:479
  • Completed 2m and higher frequencies stations in the trailor, a separate 6m station in a nearby tent.  Logging computers are networked. width:720;;height:481
  • Al VO1NO operating 2m station. width:720;;height:481
  • Laura, takes a turn operating the 6m station supervised by a licenced amateur.  She is now VE3SDT. width:481;;height:720
  • First hint of the approaching dawn Sunday morning in the middle of the contest. width:720;;height:481
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  • Tellurometers are used for wide band FM qsos at 10GHz. width:720;;height:479
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  • Rovers are invited to drop by for a coffee as they pass through. width:584;;height:720
  • An overview of the set-up in June 2010.  VE3WCC placed first in Canada in the contest in 2009, second in 2010 and we'll be trying hard again in 2011! width:720;;height:323
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