Video / Audio
220 Mhz. Duplexer
History - VE3RIX Repeater
VE3RIX - Our VHF Repeater in Ottawa, 145.450 Mhz -600
Is back on line and also using 147.030 -600 (VE3TEL)
The VE3RIX VHF repeater is sponsored by the Manotick Amateur Radio Group was located on top of L'esplanade Laurier in downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The repeater covered the City of Ottawa as well as a good part of Eastern Ontario. The output frequency is 145.450 Mhz and the input offset is negative 600 Khz. There is an optional CTCSS of 151.4 hz.
Latitude: 45°25'07"N Longitude: 75°42'04"W
VE3RIX is a public repeater open to use by all radio amateurs in and around Ottawa. However, you don't need to be in the nations capital, you can connect from anywhere in the world via IRLP and Echolink! Our IRLP node number is 2596, and our Echolink node number is 148649.
How to use some of the features of VE3RIX
Please note that you will not hear the repeater announcements if you have CTCSS enabled on your radio.
Eastern Ontario Repeater List & Map
We have an interactive map which represents the locations of VHF & UHF repeaters in Ottawa and Eastern Ontario (as well as some in northern NY and the rest of Ontario). Simply click the icons to see information on each repeater. Click Here to view the map!
Creation date : 25/02/2012 @ 12:04
Welcome to VE3RIX
Watson's Mill, Manotick, Ontario
On Behalf of the new Executive and active members, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all members of the Manotick Amateur Radio Group that we are back on line with a new look and feel. We hope to make a difference by getting more people involved within the hobby, such as community events, field day radio events and emergency services. We appreciate you taking the time to register and really look forward to reading your posts.
Thanks again for joining!