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QSL: David Lambert PO Box 595736, Fort Gratiot, 48059-5736 MI, USA

Page managed by VE3KGK Lookups: 2390


VE3LS, London Seniors station & club station for London Amateur Radio club.

►Please note, we operate many contests over the year. The next event  we will operate:

 Fire Prevention Week 

The London Amateur Radio Club (VE3LS) has received permission from Industry Canada to use the call sign VE3FIRE from October 9 to 15 during Fire Prevention Week.

The Club has contacted the London Fire Service which will supply Public Service Announcements which the operators will transmit periodically to promote fire safety during that week.

Contacts will be made on as many bands as possible when the bands are open and will take place mostly in the US General portion of the bands.

For more information please go here.





International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend - ILLW

3rd Full Weekend in August since 1998

00.01UTC 20 August to 2400UTC 21 August 2016 (48 hours)

Our station will be located at the Goderich Main Lighthouse, Goderich, ON

For more information please go to http://illw.net/



This station is a club station located in the Secrets of Radar Museum in London, Ontario. The London Amateur Radio Club has partnered with the Museum and members can be found operating or just hanging out on Friday afternoons and Saturdays or when special events present themselves.

Primary members who oversee the station are David Lambert ( VE3KGK) and Corbin Lippert ( VE3NIS). The list of members who have contributed funds, donated time, worked on the building, set up antennas is endless. A few are shown below, (left to right) David McCarter VE3GSO, Tom Pillion VE3HOR, Ansil "Rocky" Rock Ve3HDR, in background Jim Morris VA3AHQ.



Tom (VE3HOR) operating the club station. 












The station is very proud of it's most recent additon. Several members worked together over a number of weeks to erect a horizontal loop antenna of 412 feet of 12 gauge wire which is between 20 and 45 feet in the air. This is an antenna that if you can hear them, you can work them.. and we have heard many stations. The station operates a Icom 718 with an LDG antenna tuner. The station operates under the callsign of VE3LS, which is the call sign for London Seniors group.


You can send cards direct to 28 Blue Ridge Crescent, London, Ontario, Canada, N6K 2X1

OR direct to:   David Lambert, P O Box 595736, Fort Gratiot, Michigan 48059-5736, U S A

You must address the card to David Lambert and then the address, or the Post Office will return it to you.

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