VY2ZM was established in 2001 in Eastern Kings County, Prince Edward Island, Atlantic Canada. Please QSL direct to VY2ZM in Canada or via the ARRL LOTW qsl program only. Kindly include a self-addressed stamped envelope, (2)USA GREEN STAMPS or a valid new IRC. Direct QSL requests are answered via air mail, usually on a same day basis. P L E A S E - NO BURO CARDS - THANKS. I do QSL 100% DIRECT and use LOTW for major contests.
VY2ZM operates in many of the major contests, but specializes in lowband operations with state of the art antennas. The various 160M contests are my favorites, eg: ARRL 160, CQ160, etc.
Please check out my website at http://www.vy2zm.comfor additional information about the station- thanks,
The summer of 2012 has been a major rebuilding year here on PEI with many revisions being made to the antenna farm following the disastrous icestorm of February 2012. For the most part, I still use BIG THUNDER yagi designs on 40/20/15/10M.
As of summer 2012, VY2ZM operates using the following complement of antennas:
160 - 4el full-sized phased 2 x 2 vertical array producing 8db of gain in 6 patterns
- Inverted Vee Dipole NE/SW at 100 feet
-K2KQ double L at 145 feet top support
80 - 4 square vertical array producing 5.68 db gain in 4 patterns
- 6el Vertical Array producing up to 11.25db of gain in 6 patterns
40 - 2el/2el 40m yagis at 160/80 feet
- 2el yagi at 50 feet
-Rotatable Dipole at 85 feet
20 - 5el yagi at 130 feet
-4/4 stacked yagis at 100/50 feet
15 - 5el/5el stacked yagis at 75/50 feet
- 5/5/5/5 stacked OWA yagis at 130/100/65/35 ft
-5el yagi at 100 feet
- 3el yagi at 137 ft
10 - 5el/5el/5el stacked yagis at 110/85/60 feet
- 3el/3el stacked yagis at 50/25 feet
- 3el yagi at 167 feet
6 - 7el yagi at 60 feet
X7 Tribander fixed South at 75 ft
X7 Tribander with 40m option (40/20/15/10) at 85 feet
Various Beverages at 880 and 1080 feet
Rx Sixpack of 6 short verticals for 160M NE/SW
Please give us a call during the various contests.thanks!
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