You are now hearing our new repeater. Marty, VE7XX, got some good video of installing the new antenna, and of Nick, VE7TE, turning on and tweaking the repeater itself.
Early reports indicate much improved coverage over the lower mainland of British Columbia.
Congratulations are to go to Nick (VE7TE), committee chairperson, Marty (VE7XX), Eric (VE7EW), Earl (VE7QJ) and Graham (VE7WGJ) club liaison with the Maple Ridge Fire Department that brought this project in collaboration with the Maple Ridge Fire Department to a successful completion.
A job well done.
Click on the links below to view Marty’s videos.
Please note our club website now requires a security question answered as part of our login process; unfortunately, this extra step is now necessary in order to keeping the automated harvesting and spammers at bay.
Also, we’ve had to remove the automated registration process for these same reasons. Registered club members and legitimate amateur radio guests requiring a website account, please submit a request via our contact form here.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
73 de m.
The Breakfast Club is a gathering place where one can visit with old friends and share conversation over a hot cup of coffee. A quick hot breakfast is served before the swap meet opens. An ideal place to eat and relax after setting your table and before the swap meet begins.
. Nick VE7TE, presented radios to the lucky winners of the swap meet radios to
Danny, VE7YYO, a IC-V80 Hand held,
and Simon, VE7SDL, a IC-2300H mobile radio
Congratulation fellows, and I am sure these fine radios will give you many hours of enjoyments.
I am pleased to announce that I am now a offical Ham (jr) with the call sign VA7SDL after passing the Basic exam on Saturday April 13th through the course run by the Delta club. My thanks and much respect go out to Don, Chris and the team for all their hard work getting us ready.
Now I am ready to learn and have fun, Elmers be ready for questions