Many thanks to all the people who helped us with sales, setup and take down. Over 300 people in attendance. Our congratulations to the following people who won the Raffle and Door Prizes. Raffle Prize: Eivind Luffe VA7EL. Door Prize: Kevin Jenkins VE7KSJ
2015 Burnaby Amateur Radio Club Annual Swap Meet Sunday February 22, 2015 Queensborough Community Centre, 920 Ewan Avenue, New Westminster, BC Door Prize: Icom ID-31A, UHF D-Star handheld. Raffle Prize: Icom IC-2300H 65W VHF Mobile. (more…)
We’re registered to participate in the 2014 Great BC ShakeOut exercise. This year our participation will take place at the October business meeting on Friday, Oct 17th at the Edmonds Community Centre. (more…)
This was our first year at the Edmonds City Fair (and Classic Car and Motorcycle Show). We got to set up between the City of Burnaby’s Emergency Program booth and the RCMP Emergency Command Vehicle. It was a perfect spot. We could borrow power from the generator on the Emergency Vehicle and the Grab & […]
Visit our booth at the Edmonds City Fair and Classic Car & Motorcycle Show Sunday, July 20th from 10am until 3pm. We’ll have a demonstration Grab & Go kit and plenty of activities for the kids including Morse code bracelets and DIY QSL cards. Look for us next to the RCMP Incident Command vehicle. We’d […]
Our friends out in Delta are holding an Advanced radio course starting in November and runs for 8 sessions. Visit http://deltaamateurradio.com/wp/?page_id=402 for all the details. Early bird pricing is available.
As a result of the Auditor General’s report the BC Government is seeking input from all licensed Amateur Radio operators on improving the ability of British Columbians to prepare for and respond to a catastrophic seismic event. The Burnaby club invites you to send your feedback to us and we will provide a consolidated report. […]
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.