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The name here is Marty and the QTH is 20 miles east of Vancouver, BC. I've been a ham since 1993. My qualifications are: CW 12 WPM plus Advanced. I operate HF all bands plus VHF/UHF. I've tried RTTY, and Pactor.

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I have been operating a ten meter beacon since 1995 on 28.197 MHz running 25 watts. It operates 24/7. The callsign is VE7MTY/B. The beacon uses a HTX-100 transceiver, an Antron 99 vertical antenna and a Freakin Beacon keyer. At the end of the CW message, it steps through four, 1 second power levels. 25 - 10 - 2 - 0.5 watts.

Ham radio = a great hobby! 73, Marty

e-mail: martin-hill@shaw.ca

I manage a 222 MHz FM repeater in Maple Ridge, BC for the Maple Ridge ARC. Frequency 224.880 -1.6 VE7RMR. Coverage is Vancouver to Chilliwack and Bellingham to the south.

I belong to the Maple Ridge Amateur Radio Club and manage the club's IRLP node 1910 on their VHF repeater, 146.800- MHz. Echolink 51910 is also on this repeater.

I'm the node owner of IRLP "micro node" 1849, 446.275 MHz simplex covering the western Fraser valley. I'm also on Echolink. Give me a call on 44463 or 51910.

My second callsign is: VE7XX

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