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The callsign VE3SUB was issued in Feb. 1991. I started out as an SWL, played around on 11m, and moved into Amateur Radio. I fell in love with listening to signals from as close as a mile away to several thousand miles away. I also like to experiment with antennas mounted low to the ground. I started out using a Kenwood crystal controlled 2m HT and a Yaesu FT-690R II for 6m. The Icom IC-730 which I borrowed from VE3RNG was my first experience with an HF rig. I was licenced for 80m so up went a sloper off the 50' tower. I would check into to the ONTARS Net on 3.755 MHz. I enjoy receiving QSL cards, LoTW, QRZ Logbook.

Station: YAESU FT-920 with matching SP-8, FRG-8800. ICOM IC-2200H DStar, IC-T70A, IC-T90A ,and IC-R100. KENWOOD TK-941. Antennas: M2 6M5X, 40/80m inverted V, Shakespeare vertical, Diamond X200A, and a Discone. Accessories: RIGblaster M8, AEA PK-88, MFJ versa tuner II, Daiwa CN-410M, Uniden Bearcat BC898T, and Bearcat BC895XLT, Realistic PRO-2020, and SeaSport 55 marine radio.

 

 

 

 

 

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