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Thank you for looking up my call sign. My VE3IUQ call, is from a SK who was a long time member of the Brantford Amateur Radio Club, Don Smith. He was the one that taught morse code to Amateur Radio students.

As a young man of 11 in the 1960s, my Saturdays were spent at the local train station watching in amazement the telegraph operator do his magic on his staight morse code key. I knew then that some day I to could create magic with a morse code key.

In 1981, I received my Amateur licence and the following year I received my Advanced licence. The first five years of being an Amateur I earned a ARRL DXCC-CW with 187 countries confirmed. From 1986 to 2007 my interest in Amateur Radio and CW dwindled to only occasional activity. Since semi-retiring in 2007, I have more free time to once again enjoy my hobby of Amateur Radio. What really set a fire under me was a seminar I attended in London, Ontario. The guest speaker was a well known DXer and TCA magazine columnist (DX'ING WITH HAMMOND), Garry Hammond VE3XN. His speech was truly inspiring and as a result it reignited my lnterest in chasing rare and exotic DX. Many TNXs Garry !!

To date my awards are as follows: WAC-CW, WAS-CW, DXCC-CW,

WAZ-CW, Nine Dragons Award-CW

Presently, I am working towards a ARRL nine ( 9 ) band DXCC-CW and a ARRL Challenge Award-CW.

As of September 28, 2011 I have accomplished a 9 Band DXCC on CW !!!

As of  April 15, 2016  DXCC Honor Roll 339 CW !!   September 18, 2016  DXCC  Challenge Award  2500 +

6 Meter DXCC CW Next !

Thanks Garry Hammond  VE3XN  for all your Help & Encouragement !!!


Antenna System :    At 80 FT.     Mosley  Pro-67-C  10 to 40 Meters  3 Active Elements on 40 Meters

                              At 60 FT.     Mosley  TW-34-XL  4 Elements on  12, 17,  And  30 Meters               

                              At 92 FT.    Hy-Gain VB-66 DX  6 Element  6 Meter Beam

                              At. 80 FT.   160 Meter Double  Bazooka  North East & South West

                             At.  80 FT.   160 Meter Inverted  L  North & South

                            At.  80 FT.  80  Meter Double Bazooka  North East & South West


The quality of the QSL cards has changed since the early 1980s and I am amazed at how imaginative my fellow QSLer's are when it comes to their cards and it's a real joy to collect them.

Here is a picture of the two most interesting QSL cards in my collection to date. This picture was taken June 9 2009 by Garry Hammond VE3XN after checking my 210+ 20 meter CW cards at his QTH in Listowel, Ontario for the ARRL nine ( 9 ) band DXCC-CW and ARRL Challenge Award-CW.

The ZS6AOG is from 1982 and S79MV is from 2008.

My Lovely Wife Catherine Winter 2007

Niagara Falls New York, Niagara Falls Ontario,100 kms. South East Of Brantford, Ontario

QSL Request, please email me !!

Take Care, All The Best DX, 7-3s de Al Ve3mwx

PS: Active Certified Scuba Diver By PADI: ( Dive Master )

Certified In Mixed Gases ( NITROX ):( Technical Diver )

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