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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. PSK-31 program is Digipan 2.0. The interface is Signalink USB. I also do JT-65HF. 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 one or 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.




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 de 2.5W et une antenne filaire End-Fedz 10-20-40M suspendue dans un arbre derrière la maison. J'alimente la radio avec une pile 12V. Le programme PSK-31 est Digipan 2.0. L'interface est le Signalink USB. Je fais également du JT-65HF. 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 équipements sont un ou deux FT-817(5W) et une antenne portable Arrow (UHF-VHF). Pour la communication, on se déplace sur des sommets autour de la ville d'Edmundston au Nouveau-Brunswick (FN57UJ).  Nous prévoyons également se déplacer ailleurs dans la région.

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



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