I'm a video journalist at CityNews doing a story on British Columbians using their amateur radio skills to contact the space station and speak to astronauts if they get the chance -- wondering if anyone at your club has done that and been successful, and even if they haven't, would love to do an interview in-person anytime from 11:30-2pm today! Let me know! I’ve heard that this week is a good week to try reaching out to the station due to the weather conditions.
Email me back or call me at (604) 505-8113.
Video Journalist, CityNews
I want to interview you!
The Club repeaters are presently located atop Mt. Seymour.
The VE7RBY repeater system consists of the following:
- VHF 145.350 MHz (-600)
- VHF 224.800 MHz (-1.6)
- UHF 442.850 MHz (+5)
All repeaters require a Tone of 127.3 Hz
The Club Net is held on the VHF repeater, 145.350 MHz (-600), on Monday nights at 8pm.
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