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I got my Canadian Ham Radio Basic Plus Certification in March 2010.

My rig is simple...QRP only. I run a Yeasu FT-817ND battery powered. The antenna is an End-Fedz 10-20-40M Dipole hung as a sloper in a tree in my back yard. Digital program is Fldigi. The interface is Signalink USB. The computer is a Toshiba mini-laptop running Windows 7.

In April 2013, my friend Marc( ve1mam) and I started doing satelites. We work S0-50, VO-52 and FO-29. Our working conditions for the birds are two ft-817 (5w)and an Arrow portable (vhf-uhf) satelite antenna. We work portable on high grounds around the city of Edmundston, New-Brunswick(FN-57uj). We plan on working in other grids in the region so watch for us.

Late October 2013, I did my first solo CW qso. So when you here me please respond QRS.

73

Bernard

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J'ai obtenu ma certification canadienne de base avec honneur en mars 2010.

Je transmet en QRP seulement. J'ai une petite radio Yaesu FT-817ND et une antenne filaire End-Fedz 10-20-40M suspendue dans un arbre derriere la maison. Le programme pour les modes numerique est Fldigi. L'interface est le Signalink USB. L'ordinateur est de marque Toshiba mini-portable Windows 7.

Depuis avril 2013, moi et mon ami Marc (VE1MAM) pratiquons la communication de la radio amateur par satelite. Principalement les satelites SO-50, VO-52 et FO-29. Nos equipements sont deux FT-817(5W) et une antenne portable Arrow (UHF-VHF). Pour la communication, on se deplace sur des sommets autour de la ville d'Edmundston au Nouveau-Brunswick (FN57UJ). Nous prevoyons egalement se deplacer ailleurs dans la region.

A la fin octobre 2013, j'ai fais mes premiers qso solo en CW. Je suis un debutant alors la patience est de mise.

73

Bernard

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