San Diego Beacons
last modified April 21, 2011
A 10 Ghz beacon is currently operating from Mt. San Miguel in Gridsquare DM12MQ
Lat=32 deg 41.80 min N., and Long =116 deg 56.09 min W. The cw beacon output
is gps-locked at 10,368.360 MHz with ID callsign of N6IZW/B.
The beacon has output
of 0.5 Watts into a horizontally polarized omni antenna
with a gain of 12 dB.
The elevation at the beacon site is approximately 2645 ft.
A 24 GHz beacon
is now operating from the same location on Mt. San Miguel.
The frequency is 24192.040
MHz, horizontally polarized, horn antenna pointed
northwest with a beamwidth of
30 degrees and ERP of +34 dBm. The call sign
A 5.7 GHz beacon
is now operating from the same location on Mt. San Miguel
The frequency is 5760.000
MHz. The Callsign is K6QPV/B.
Transmit power is 2.5 watts to an omni 10 dB waveguide
A 1296 MHz beacon is now operating from the same location on
Mt. San Miguel.
This beacon was donated by Jack Henry N6XQ and was formerly located
on Point Loma.
The frequency now is on 1296.300 MHz with 16 watts to a horizontal
aimed Northwest. The ID call sign is K6QPV/B.