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The Ground Wave Emergency Network has adopted a County Map of the 1800's to distinguish regions of Ontario where amateur radio operators may reside and operate. This is only a guide. Amateurs may wish to adopt their modern local regional government name as has GWEN Niagara. The GWEN Niagara area includes the original counties of Lincoln and Welland. GWEN Frontenac is active in the City of Kingston and Frontenac County. The circles show the approximate 100 Km range of reliable 100% coverage with less than 100 watts of power in all conditions on the 80 metre band with a vertical antenna. Southern Ontario can be easily covered by Ground Wave propagation with nine strategically positioned amateur radio operators. Further experimentation with modes and power levels will attempt to extend the coverage to 160 kilometres per station and reduce the number of stations required. If you have 80 metre capabilities with a 1/4 wave vertical antenna or a multi-band vertical antenna mounted on the ground with radials, we can use your help to map Ground Wave propagation in Southern Ontario from Windsor-Sarnia to Ottawa-Kingston. The goal is to set up a volunteer GWEN - EmComm Network across southern Ontario to supplement the Amateur Radio Emergency Service or ARES in the unlikely event of total repeater failure during a lengthly system wide blackout.

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Welcome to The Manotick Amateur Radio Group

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.

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