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 Hello fellow Ham enthusiast !!!

My passion for Amateur Radio began when I was 12 years old.  My neighbor had a big antenna on the roof of his house and it got my attention.  Years gone by, and one day I was listening on Soundesign Radio ( AM-FM-SW-Police) and at the end of the police band, I heard for the first time a flea market session on a local repeater.  I was so amazed to hear local Hams around me.  Then in 1989, a friend of mine told me that HAM radio course was giving in a college nearby, so we enroll together to learn Morse Code, as it was mandatory by the time, and I got my 12WPM license by 1990.

I then started modestly by using VHF and UHF with my first portable radio, a Yaesu FT-470, which I still have today.  Over the years, I acquire other rigs, my first mobile was an ICOM IC-2400, which I use today, mostly on APRS. Then after I bought a Kenwood TM-741 triple band, and my first HF rig is a Kenwood TS-450SAT.  I did experiment in the early days of packet and was very active by then. I do also 900 Mhz, mostly locally.

I was very active as a volunteer in a community organization with events like Montreal Marathon, Tour de l'ile de Montreal, Red Nose Operation around Christmas and New Year as a dispatcher in the control room and for 10 years, in the Hot Air Balloon Festival in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu.

My interest is in electronics repair and experiment, computers rebuild, and of course radio communications.

I would greatly appreciate it if you would confirm our contact on each QSO we make to QRZ, LoTWeQSL, HamQTH, HRDLogbook and ClubLog automatically, as a courtesy to each station I contact and I expect the same courtesy from you.
 
  

Best 73's and hope to make QSO with you soon .....

 

Here is very interesting reading for every Amateur Radio Operator ......  

The History of the Ham Radio Call Sign

https://www.eham.net/article/38849

 

 


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