A collection of my musings and interests
mostly amateur radio related but not necessarily always so.
I also put up the site MIRAMICHI AREA VHF NET to see if I got any interest.
Gary Bogle (email me)
YSF and DMR info:
YSF gear - Yaesu FTM 7250 DR (FM/Fusion)
DMR gear - Retevis RT3s (FM/DMR)
DMR MARC number 3020980
using pi-star with a Pi Zero W on a MMDVMHost
Locally, I often check into the Maritme net (3.750 MHz), the White Cane Social Hour net (3.770 MHz),
the PL net (3.735 MHz), the IRG nets on VHF, the Wake Up net via VE1SDR on VHF,
and the WestCumb net on VHF via VE1SDR. Always looking for new nets to check into..
HF equipment info:
Kenwood TS-570D, Kenwood TS 440 AT
MFJ Versa Tuner, SignaLink USB, 80-10M dipoles, 10/6M verticals
Ham Radio Deluxe, FLDIGI, wsjtx-2.0.0
My first "radio"
A dream come true...
Going to school and being able to play at the same time with a
multi band/multi mode station - even 6M and 2M am!
YouTube video - "A Walk through Hamvention 2019"
Section from the New Brunswick Motor Vehicle Act
exempting Ham Radio use while driving
Solar slump continues
NOAA: "No indication that we are currently approaching
a Maunder-type minimum in solar activity
Some Amateur Radio links
Miramichi area VHF net
The Atlantic Amateur
Callsign lookup: Canada USA
Trans Provincial net Mon - Fri 9 am - 6 pm (Atlantic time) 7.100 MHz
CBC news report by Stephanie vanKampen about PEI women and HAM radio