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La station de VE7TK

Je m’intéresse à la radio et aux ondes courtes depuis —– eh bien, ça fait longtemps. Mon premier «vrai» récepteur, un Hallicrafters S-38 d’occasion, a été acheté avec 25 $ d’allocation durement gagnée. Au fil des ans, je suis passé à un Hammarlund SP-600 et en ai transporté les 40 kg aux États-Unis, en Amérique centrale et au Canada. En 1987, j’ai enfin trouvé le temps d’obtenir ma licence de radio amateur et VE7ASR était mon premier indicatif.

J’apprécie SSB, CW, les modes numériques et ARDF. Cependant, chasser DX est ma vraie passion . En 2012, après 25 ans de fonctionnement, j’ai finalement fait le Tableau d’honneur et j’ai travaillé et confirmé 337 des 340 entités actuelles avec seulement 3 de plus nécessaires pour atteindre le Top du Tableau d’honneur   ( avril 2018 ).  

La Station de 3A2LF

Given the immediate procimity with these references all the qsos of the 3A2.. radio amateurs of Monaco are valid de facto for :

3A FF 0001 … 0015 ecc

WCA 001 – 003 ecc

3A ZOO 001 ecc

So not are “New onne”

 Don’t send anymore paper SSL. Don’t waste time and money

Due to health problems I can no longer respond to the many QSLs received direct or via Bureau.

Use LoTW only. Sorry. Thank you.

The new AWARD manager of our National amateur radio society A.R.M. is now 3A2ND Jean-Claude.

I remain ARM Secretary general and IARU Region I IARU liaison officer for A.R.M.




La Station de G0PNM

Other calls I have used:-

GKØPNM – 2016, to commemorate the Cornish people being recognised as a National Minority.

G4FOC – Club Callsign of the First Class CW Operators Club (FOC).

GB8ØFOC – Special Callsign for the 80th anniversary of the FOC (15th and 28th May 2018)

GRØPNM – To commemorate the Royal Wedding of HRH Prince Harry to Miss Meghan Markle (19 – 21 May 2018)

I was born in 1970, in Cornwall, and I currently live in the village of Fraddon. The village is approx 5 miles inland from Newquay on the North Cornwall Coast.

I am married and have a wonderful, understanding but long suffering wife, 4 grown up children and, currently, 7 grandchildren.

I am an RSGB Morse Assessor and I am passionate about CW !!

In my spare time, and to help fund this wonderful hobby, I make laser cut A5/A4 LED edge lit Shack Signs, Clocks and also bespoke covers for morse keys and engraved slate coasters and placemats. Please check out my website at or my facebook page HERE. Some examples of items I have already made are below. As you can see the designs can be quite intricate!

La Station de KA8UGB

Adanced to EXTRA Class May 28, 2016. Although I had not gotten licensed until I was in my early twenties, I had been in the RADIO hobby since I was about age 11. SWLing, building things Heathkit, Knight Kit, (early) Radio Shack P-kits. Got into restoring old broadcast and shortwave receivers in my teens.  I took some electronics classes from Cleveland Institute of Electronics and Heath-Zenith. 
In the mid-1980’s my hobby had become my livelyhood during a period of lay-offs, when we began a mobile electronics service from the back of my Ford Pick-Up truck.  Did a fair amount of CB radio and stereo repairing for folks.  When time allows, I still get a great deal of enjoyment working with the different rigs and restoring them to operation.

Wife (since 1978) Debbie (KB8DJC Novice) upgraded to  Technician soon after she received N8KCZ 
Her current call is N8DAF.

– Debbie EARNED her General Class License Exam October 22, 2016 joining the ranks of HF phone operators.

Resided in Kalamazoo for most of my life

We have two daughters and three wonderful grandchildren.

I have been employed by HECO, INC (HECO-PSG) since 1991 as “Control Technology Specialist” (

Currently we reside in New Buffalo Michigan since appointment as Pastor of Lighthouse Village Church of God (2002).

FINALLY – Setting up our station at home QTH – Still  a Work in Progress

RIG(s) : TEN-TEC      
565 ORION, 566 ORION II, 538A JUPITER, 564 OMNI  VI Plus, 585 PARAGON & 555 SCOUT       When necessary:
TEN-TEC 420 Hercules II amplifiers and 425 Titan  








The Station ON4LDL