I can be heard mostly on DSTAR, C4FM or DMR.
Been on DSTAR since January 2011. You'll need to know this for the annual DSTAR QSO party.
I monitor REF001C (DSTAR) or North America Talk Group.
My DMR number is 3027033
NOTE: Since I broken down and transfer away somebody else two letter call sign because he called me up. I could of gotten a two letter call over 20 years ago. But note that it only takes five years of being an amateur now to get a two letter call. Unlike 20 years ago, when you had to be an amateur in good standing for 20 years.
And when on analogue, I will use VE7LEE.
So my personal call signs are VE7LEE and VE7LE.
Repeater call signs are: VA7REF and VA7XTT.
QTH is at the end of red arrow when at the base.
When Maritime Mobile, I some times operate from Deltaport, BC near Delta, BC or at 49 degree 1' 13" North, 123 degree 9' 18" West. Only 1' north of the US/Canada border while tie up to the dock.
Sometimes on the Fraser River at Fraser Surrey Docks, where three cities meet, New Westminster, Delta, and Surrey, BC.
49 degree 11' 21" N, 122 degree 54' 36" W while on the Fraser River.
Look me up on APRS.FI, or www.aprsdirect.com click on link below. Sometimes, I am VE7LEE-9 mobile, some times
VE7LE-7 when using the FT-1D
I have both a Dongle and DVAP. DVAP is currently being used as a FreeStar repeater using: VA7REF-C
My most popular radios are:
CS700 DMR IC-80AD
I am now in the repeater book:
Look me up!
This is what I used to look like back in 2005.
I operated a GOTA station for field day 2014.
Now operating RADAR Station: F-CZBB1 on http://premium.flightradar24.com/increase-coverage
So Please QSL:
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