Thank you for visting my QRZ page. I was first licenced in England 1991 as G7JNG, in 1993 I upgrade to G0TQJ. I have been QRV as VE6CMV since March 2009 when I immigrated to Canada
As of the 01 December 2015, I will no longer be uploading to EQSL, nor do i use QRZ.COM Logbook.
QSO's will still be uploaded to LOTW and QSL cards are available via the buro or direct.
USA Forever Global Stamps can not be used to pay for return posatge outside of the USA, Canada is not part of the USA so please dont use them for return postage. Thank you
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My main station is as follows:
HF Transciever: Yaesu FTDX5000MP with Heil Headset and HC4 cartridge
Amplifier: OM 2000+ HF/6M (FU-728F Tetrode) Ameritron AL80BY (3-500Z Tube)
Interface: Micro Keyer II
Software: HRD & DM780, N1MM for Contesting
HF Antenna's: 3 Element Steppir @ 15m, a Windom Antenna 80-10m @ 15m and a 30m Collinear @ 15m
Some of my callsigns have have been active with over the years
G0TQJ English Callsign 1993 - Current
VA6CV June 2014 Contest Callsign
VO2VC Callsign used when I am in Labrador CQ Zone 02.
VP8CXV Dec 1997-Apr 1998 and Aug - Dec 2007 (Falkland Islands)
DA1VC 1993-1996 (Germany)
GM0TQJ 2005-2009 (Scotland)
YU8/G0TQJ Feb-Jun 2001 (Kosovo)
YA/G0TQJ Apr-Jul 2002 (Afghanistan)
LA/G0TQJ Jan-Mar 2004 (Norway)
VO2/GM0TQJ Aug-Sep 2008 (Labrador Zone 2)
During my military service I have deployed on several operational tours, Gulf War 1991, Kuwait 1999, Kosovo 2001, Afghanistan 2002, Gulf War 2003 and the Falkland Islands 1984, 1997-98 and 2007.
The picture below was taken with my parents when i was awarded the Queens Commendation for Service in Iraq 2003.
QSL CARDS ARE AVAILABLE VIA LOTW, BURO or DIRECT TO VE6CMV
(If sending direct, please include return postage, no postage will result in return QSL cards being sent via the Buro)
My main interest are HF DXing, Digital, SSB and contesting.
I am QRV Mobile using a Kenwood TS480SAT(100w) a Heli HC6 Headset and Hamstick monoband antennas, cheap antenna but installed correctly they work well.
Falkland Islands VP8CXV
Club Shack at Mount Pleasant Airfield (Falkland Islands) 2007
GM0TQJ Kinloss, Scotland 2005-2009
Antennas used at GM0TQJ
Kabul 2002 YA/G0TQJ
Member of the following Clubs & Societies:
Sask Alta Contesters - VE5RI/VA5AA group
30 DMG #2609
I am now employed as the Operations Manager for a truck company supporting the flow of oil from the ground to the holding tanks in the North Alberta Oilfields.
Cold Lake is located in the heart of the Oil and Gas field, it has a large lake and is located about 300km North East of the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The lake straddles the Alberta/Saskatchewan border, and has a water area of 373km2 (144sqmi). It is also one of the deepest lakes in Alberta with a maximum depth of 99.1m (325.1ft). It has around 24 known species of fish in it and is a major ice fishing lake. It is also major stop for many migrating birds, and is home to one of the largest warbler population in Alberta. A surface of 248km2 (96sqmi) lies in the province of Alberta.
The Cold Lake Radio Amateurs meet every Saturday morning 10.00am for breakfast @ The Lakeland Inn. Local repeater is VE6ADI 147.090+
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