About Me

Hello readers!

My name is Dennis. Let me tell you a little bit about myself.

I have been an amateur radio operator since 1997. I passed my basic certification when I was 15 years old. After being fairly active for a couple of years, I went to college and dropped out of the hobby for a few years. I attempted to get back in off and on but not having a whole lot of money to spend on proper gear I didn’t stick around long. I finally got back in to the hobby again in 2014, now that I have my own house and can install equipment as I wish.

I am a member of the Yarmouth Amateur Radio Club in Yarmouth, NS Canada.

In my professional life, I am owner / operator of my own business. I provide tech and IT support to businesses in the local area. Acting as a jack of all trades in IT. Prior to this I was in technical support, then I did a stint as a team lead for a tech support department, and then was working on projects for a while. All with various different companies that provided services for VoIP (voice over IP) telephony and unified communications systems.

My shack now consists of a Icom IC-756 (HF+6m) transceiver and a Yaesu FT-1900R (2m) transceiver. Contrary to what was here before, I now spend 90% of my HF time chasing DX on FT4 and FT8.

73 de VE1XT

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1 Comment on “About Me

  1. Hola Dennis, tengo un transceiver ts570D, y esta en muy buen estado de conservacion, ya que yo lo estrene. Como veo, usted tiene experiencia con este radio. Lo que me sucede, es que aparecieron como unas gotas de agua en el vidrio del frente, y me esta manchando un poco. La pregunta es, como puedo desarmar la parte frontal para limpiar ese problema. Tiene usted un video, o conoce de algun video? Los de youtube no ayudan casi nada.Muchas gracias

    Eugenio Murillo TI2CCC

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