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My name is Tim Thomas but most people call me "TeeSquared" or just "Tee" 


KB2RMC is headquartered 30 miles south of the city of Rochester, NY and Lake Ontario in an area known as "The Genesee Valley". We are situated within the western-most area of New York State's "Finger Lakes Region" and the world reknowned "Finger Lakes Wine Country. When not operating from home I enjoy operating hilltop mobile and portable.


Most of my radio work has been on the broadcast bands since 1984. I've been a morning personality mostly then added 20 years as a broadcast engineer and programing to the resumme. I've also worked EMS/Firefighting as a paid pro and a volunteer pro. Health issues ended that, but as I still have my voice, people know the voice from movies, national/international advertising campaigns, and internet stuff. Beside the voicework I write, produce, and create lots of stuff you probably haven't seen or heard yet. Creating stuff and ham radio keep me busy while I deal with the nasty health stuff. I am also a founding member of a group of hams that are also professional communicators that do voluntary public service (non ARRL) work for Steuben County NY as well as other agencies. Our group is called STARRS. A great group of hams who are effective because we do not suffer the politics or egos that come with ARES/RACES.


I am no longer married so I have no encumbrances (including religous ones) to stop me from creating or CQing. If you don't have anything against creating and DXing and aren't all messed up on religion or dope, you are welcome in my life. Find me on the air and feel free to say hi and become a cherished friend or maybe more  :-) 


I basically work all bands from 160 to 70 CM, but my main interests are FM Simplex and Weak Signal Sideband/CW/Digital. 6 meters is my favorite band.


You will usually find me me near a regularly used calling frequency between 50.125 to 432.1


KB2RMC Uses Twitter For HF Skeds: @KB2RMC


The ON4KST.ORG Chat Room for 50mhz and Up SKEDS



Groups I Am Proud To Be A Member Of


Southern Tier Amateur Radio Repeater System (STARRS)

Rochester VHF Group  -  Callsign W2UTHstyle="font-size: 20px;">span>

Steuben County ARES/RACES




The following video is of me and Ron Boyle K2TJW on 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

Tim "TeeSquared" Thomas - KB2RMC.

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