CANADA NEW BRUNSWICK
TRACADIE-SHEILA, NEW BRUNSWICK
A LOCAL DELICACY
VE9ZY RADIO STATION
Thank you for checking my biography.
My location is in the northern part of New Brunswick, the home of the Acadians. This is a French speaking area, but New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province in Canada
( English and French). Tracadie is a MicMac Indian word for " a good place to make a camp" and is located between two large rivers, the Little and Big Tracadie Rivers.
I am originally from Clay Cross near Chesterfield in Derbyshire, England and emigrated to Canada in 1976. My Father was from Ellon, Aberdeenshire Scotland (hence the kilt!)
I did my undergraduate and post-graduate studies at the University of Manchester and am a consultant diagnostic radiologist at the local hospital.
I passed the Canadian advanced exam and 15 wpm morse test in 1976 and received the callsign VE1AZR.
My present call VE9ZY, I chose in respect to the memory of G3ZY, my old friend and mentor and a well respected UK amateur.
I operate all bands cw, ssb, rtty and psk from 160 to 6 metres.
AMERITRON AL80B AMPLIFIER
ICOM 7000 (160 METRE STATION)
80 METRE WIRE LOOP ANTENNA
HY-GAIN EXPLORER 14 TRIBAND YAGI
40 METRE GROUNDPLANE
MY AMATEUR RADIO HISTORY :-
My First Radio Station as G3UAF in 1965
PANDA CUB TRANSMITTER CANADIAN 52 SET RECEIVER
G3UAF IN 1966 (EX USAAF, BC 348Q RECEIVER, TIGER OLYMPIC TRANSMITTER,
20M GROUNDPLANE ANTENNA)
BC 348 AS IT WAS INSTALLED IN THE B17 BOMBER "FLYING FORTRESS"
AS G3UAF IN 1966 AT OWENS COURT,
UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER , KW2000, 132 FOOT LONG WIRE AS VE1AZR 1980 (FT101E,FL200B, TH6DXX)
VE9ZY IN 1993 GEM QUAD V ICE STORM!
QTH IN WINTER / HIVER
THE SNOW REMOVER! LA SOUFFLEUSE DE LA NEIGE
FLAG OF NEW BRUNSWICK QSL
GOOD HEALTH AND GREAT DX TO YOU!
73 DE MAC
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