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10m Beacon located on EL05 (35mi SE of Monterrey, MX) on 28.166 with 5 watts into a 1/4 wave vertical antenna.

Now since 08/09/2011 I have a new 6m beacon on 50.068 on the same place as the 10m. The power is also 5w into a 5/8 vertical antenna.

 

Any reception report is much appreciated to my QRZ email.

Thank you.

 

The radios, for 6M is a Ranger and for 10M is a modified Galaxy CB. The PS is a ATX PC power supply.

In the middle of them is a black box, its a homebrew keyer.

 

 

Antennas, the one on the left is the 5/8 6m and the one on the right is the 1/4 10m antenna.

 

 

 

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