Updated February 7, 2020
The VE6BOX Amateur Radio Repeater is owned and operated by the Quarter Century Amateur Radio Club.
The Whispering Hills Amateur Radio Club built the repeater in 1984 and agreed to merge their assets with the QCARC in 1998 to simplify the operation.
VE6BOX provides mobile communications coverage along highways #2, 44, and toward Fort McMurray. The repeater provides reliable communications for amateurs travelling through its footprint. In December 2011, the club added a link radio toward Fort McMurray to assist the McMurray club to get access to the SARA linking system and to improve emergency communications to that part of the province.In March 2012, the club installed an APRS digipeater to support the APRS community and its use for emergency preparedness.
VHF Repeater - Vertex 7000
Frequencies: TX 146.73 MHz, RX 146.13 MHz
CTCSS: 100 Hz encoded only
UHF Link (south) - unavailable
UHF Link (north) - unavailable
Controller - LinkComm RLC-2
VHF Antenna - Sinclair 210C8 / Height 200 ft. AGL
VHF Duplexer - 4 Cavity reject
UHF Antenna (north) - Sinclair 210C2 / Height 100 ft AGL
UHF Antenna (south) - J-Beam MM48 / Height 95 ft. AGL
Coverage Map: click for VE6BOX Coverage Map
Radio: Alinco DR-135T
TNC: Argent Data T2-135
Antenna: Sinclair 210C2 at 95 ft AGL
Local Name: Moose Mountain (Whispering Hills)
UTM Coordinates: 12U 353852 6061141
Ground Elevation: 596 m. AMSL
Don and Dave