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My equipment consists of two Yaesu FT-102 transceiver’s, a Yaesu FT-2100B and Heath Kit SB-200 amps. My antennas are 122 Meters from the Shack due to Power Lines and consist of a TH7 at 17 Meters for 10, 15 & 20 Meter Bands and two Inverted Vee’s, one for 12 & 17, the other for 20, 40 & 80 Meters. Also I use a Alinco DX-70 as a spare for the shack and for mobile.

I was born and grew up in Bideford, PEI Canada and now my QTH is in the Town of Oromocto, NB Canada where I'm retired from both the Canadian Forces & NB Civil Service where I spent a lot of time in communications and have been a Ham since 1980. All my QSO’s are on LOTW.

Please QSL via LOTW (preferred) or the Bureau. Direct with SASE with sufficient amount of $$ to cover postage as postage is expensive here for outside the country.

Former Call’s were VE1BMV & VE1KK.


73 Mel

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