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by a ham in England have been monitored in Canada.
In a different approach to a similar effort – bridging the Atlantic on 2 meters – three amateur radio clubs in Newfoundland have put a full-time digital receiver on the air at the summer home of VO1HP. According to the ARRL, the VO1FN "Transatlantic VHF Digital Beacon Receiver" is a software defined radio listening continuously on 144.488 MHz for JT65 signals originating in Europe. It is primarily listening for signals from Irish beacon station EI2DKH. However, VO1HP says operators are willing to turn the station's 5-element loop-fed array quad (LFA-Q) Yagi in any direction in order to conduct tests with distant digital stations.