My name is Tim but many people call me "TeeSquared"
Home Grid is FN12DR
Thanks for looking me up. Hopefully we are working each other right now and you are looking for something to comment about as we chat. My home is located 30 miles due south of Rochester, New York and 65 miles east of Buffalo at about 1300 feet.
I am mostly known as a radio broadcaster, voiceover artist/actor, and broadcast engineer, but I have also worked as a paid and volunteer firefighter and medic over the years.
Medical issues have me mostly sidelined but haven't killed me yet. And they allow me to patiently await, then POUNCE ON, openings on 6 meters :-)
My main interests are Weak Signal SSB/FM/CW/AM/DIG on 6, 2, and 432. Occassionally you will find me doing phone/CW on 10 meters and/or practicing CW with friends on 40 meters.
The Other Stuff I Do On Ham Radio:
Modern Practice EMCOMM - using 21st Century technology and methods, not old fashioned nets and stuff, to keep comms flowing during emergencies. Using ham radio (usually 3.4 ghz) to re-establish communications lines so Public Service Agencies can use their regular tools of communication and communicate their needs themselves.
SKYWARN - Stormspotting/Weather Chasing
Hilltopping/QRP Day Trips/Camping
Southern Tier Amateur Radio Repeater System
Rainbow Amateur Radio Association
Twitter Handle - @KB2RMC
Cluster/Chat Room for ITU Area #2 VHF/UHF Skeds
The following video is of me and Ron Boyle K2TJW on WENY News Channel 36 during a STARRS activation that we held at the North Hornell, NY Fire Station a few years back.
This is part one of a video I made for my YouTube channel about ARRL Field Day 2010. A bunch of us from STARRS had been invited to join another group for Field Day, but it didn't go well. This is me picking on that group of our friends a little bit. I also take a shot or two at the grumpy old guys on 75 meters who curse, bitch, and say rascist stuff late at night.
And finally, this is an addendum to the above video. Part One went kinda viral in the ham community and our friends got a bit of a bad wrap from it. So I made a goofy response to the issue I created. I affirmed then (and still believe now) that a sense of humor is SORELY needed in the radio amateur community. This is me trying to do my part.
Hope to work you and your station one day!! Best 73
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