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Born in 1967, introduced to amateur radio in elementary school in my native Hungary at HA2KMR. VE3GBA (1987-1995), VE7DXG (1995-2012). The VE7JH callsign was issued to me in April 2012 after the previous holder Harry Billard passed away.

Member of RAC, Pacific Northwest VHF Society, ORCA DX and Contest Club, Cowichan Valley Amateur Radio Society.

QSL is 100%. I get a lot of QSLs, if I missed yours please let me know: ve7jh@rac.ca

I recently started collecting IOTA (236), RDA (425), URDA (105), USACA (1077),  DOK-20m (275),  JCC (540) and JCG (132). Please send me your QSL via the bureau, or just wait for my QSL request. Please make sure your card has the necessary info on it.

If you recieved a QSL from me via the buro but you cannot send out cards via your buro, please note that you are free to mail cards direct to the VE Incoming Buro. You could wait till you have a handful of VE cards and send them in one envelope. It's cheaper than replying via direct mail to each one. http://wp.rac.ca/qsl-bureau/ In Canada we do not have to be RAC (the national association) members to recieve cards via the buro. 

If your QSO is not confirmed on LOTW or EQSL please let me know via e-mail. I do portable and rover operations where I paper log and not all logs make it to online but I do try to keep all the records. I can look up the QSO and upload it for you.


I live in a small village, Crofton, BC, Canada on Vancouver Island in the Pacific Ocean, IOTA NA-036. The Island is about a two hour ferry ride from the City of Vancouver.

I am active on VHF, usually as a portable on 50, 144, 222, 432, 903, 1296 and 10,368. I made quite a few EME and meteor scatter contacts in the past.

I also enjoy HF contesting mainly on CW but sometimes also on SSB. My home station is an ICOM-706 with 100W, a 3el tribander and wires for the lower bands.

I sometimes guest operate VE7UF's station, Duane has stacked Yagis and kW, much easier to work DX, HI.

I am happy to QSL. Direct cards are answered direct. Logs are uploded to LOTW. All bureau cards are answered 100% every few months. I manage the QSLs for VC7G, VC7M, VC7J and VC7X contest operations.

I have some Youtube videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/VE7DXG Some are even radio related...


My QSL has all the necessary info for IOTA:






4x13 222MHz

That's me with an anonymous helper setting up the 4x13 222MHz array on a mountaintop. (Photo courtesy of N7EPD)

K7CW Multiop in CN97, June 2004 ARRL QSO Party

Los Banditos in CN97. K7CW/P Multiop in June 2004. It was a bit chilly on Table Mountain. (Photo courtesy of N7EPD)

L-R: N7EPD, K7ND, KE7V, VE7JH (then VE7DXG), W7YOZ and K7CW


Mt. Brenton, CN88bv

This is the usual UHF+ setup at my /P QTH on Mt. Brenton (CN88bv). Can you guess the antennas?

OK, I'll help: top to bottom: 55el for 1296, 28el for 432, 15el for 222, 4x33 for 903.

There is a 60cm dish for 10GHz, a 2m vertical and a 6el 144MHz "Cheap Yagi" for 10GHz liaison.




VUCC 50MHz, 144MHz



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