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Licensed in the 1980's as VE3PKE, after moving to Surrey BC, changed call to VE7PKE. Upgraded to Advanced in the late 1980's and have been active to varying degrees since then. Served as director and President of the BCFMCA and was a member or BARC for several years. Raising kids etc limited my radio activity mostly to 220 FM.

After attending the DARS field day last year have been active on HF. Operated on a cruise ship on 15m as PA/VE7PKE/MM and had a blast.

Current interests include SDR and non PC SDR, Portable operation, DX and antennas.
I love building things.
DARS is a great club and active there as well.

For more details on the SDR I am talking on most days check out

stm32-sdr.com

 

 

Above is STM32-SDR PCB

 

STM32-SDR in PSK operation

Digging a PSK signal out of a huge local noise source using STM32-SDR

STM32-SDR on SSB. Frequently found on Noontime net with this rig.

 

A glamour shot of a packaged unit.

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