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VK7RAE is the call sign of various devices owned and maintained by the CRADLE COAST AMATEUR RADIO CLUB - http://www.my-x15.net/ccarc/index.html  Email: ccarc.inc@gmail.com

The site is at Don Heads near Devonport, Tasmania. QE38EU - 60m ASL. It runs 4 propagation beacons on the following frequencies:

28.267 Mhz 5 Watts to a half wave vertical

50.057 Mhz 25 Watts to a Crossed Dipole

144.474 Mhz. 25 Watts to a Crossed dipole

432.474 Mhz. 10 Watts to Halo

1296.474 Mhz when installed 10 Watts to an Alford Slot

The 6 and two meter beacons are GPS locked so can be used as a frequency standard . . Dial up the beacons 1Khz low , say 50.056 and using Spectrum Lab you should have a 1 Khz tone. If not, your rig is off frequency.

http://maps.google.com.au/?ll=-41.165765,146.308708&spn=0.011566,0.055747&t=m&z=15&layer=c&cbll=-41.165757,146.308721&panoid=u05clTZS68LMfH_ZiHAI6Q&cbp=11,41.47,,0,-3.09

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