RAC Ontario Sections Bulletin for November 06, 2021

Official Bulletin Station for Radio Amateurs of Canada, with this week's bulletin


1. Eureka Amateur Radio Club

The Eureka Amateur Radio Club is probably the most northerly located amateur radio
club in the world, and they are on air again from the Eureka weather station in
Nunavut on Canada's Ellesmere Island, IOTA NA-008.
You can work VY0ERC until around the 22nd of November on all HF Bands.
QSL Manager for VY0ERC is via M0OXO, OQRS and Logbook of The World.

--Southgate News



2. QSO Today Ep#373 - Paul Mower, VA6MPM

Paul Mower, VA6MPM, treks across the Canadian Rockies, often for days at a time, alone.
Faced with the prospect of being out of touch in the wilderness, amateur radio connects
Paul to the outside world when he is far beyond his cellular telephone coverage.
Paul has figured out how to travel light with maximum usability and enjoys working SOTA,
Summits on the Air, from some of the most remote outposts in the world.

-- Southgate news

3. ARRL November Sweepstakes VY1AAA Operation is On for 2021

Gerry Hull, W1VE/VE1RM, reports that he is still hoping to be able to operate remotely
as VY1AAA from Northern Territories (NT), a rare multiplier in the ARRL November
Sweepstakes (SS) event.

Hull has operated J. Allen’s station VY1JA in Whitehorse, Yukon, remotely from the US
to make the multiplier available. Allen dismantled his station and antennas last year,
but recently decided to make the station usable again. Allen reported that work is
being done to repair a vertical antenna and expand its radial set to include 20 and
80 meters. He told Hull that he would go over the station computer setup to make sure
that AnyDesk can operate the stations remotely from the VY1JA computer.

Allen is also working on primary and secondary wire antennas for the two SS events.
Hull told Allen that for him, 80 meters is a lower priority for SS and that 40 and 20
are the “meat and potatoes” bands.

-- arrl news

4. Canadian special event VX3INSULIN

Look for special event station VX3INSULIN from Kingston, ON, Canada, to be active between
December 1-31st.

Activity is to mark the 100th anniversary of a Canadian team at the University of Toronto's
discovery of insulin in the summer of 1921.
Operations will be primarily digital, with FT8 and FT4 being the dominant modes of use.
Other digital modes will be used as conditions permit.
QSL via VE3NOO, direct, by the Bureau or eQSL


This concludes this week's bulletin.

Bulletin sent from Official Bulletin Manager
Posted by: Paul Caccamo <va3pc @ rac.ca>