MY AMATEUR RADIO CALL SIGN VR2XIE

Since 1999, I have a chance to aware the Morse Code, it aroused a very big interest to myself.  I found this is a very special and just using simple tools to communicate with other Radio Hams wireless. 

Morse LED Watches

  • morse-silver-red-led-300 Morse LED Watch silver

Then, I developed the first Morse Code watch.   After that, I also aware that if I operate Morse in Hong Kong, I need to take the exam organized by the Communications Authority.

My QSL card :

  • VR2XIE-QSL-CardVR2XIE-QSL-Card
  • So delight to get my Hong Kong Amateur Radio Test Examination passed on 27th Oct, 2012. It took me half year to study the material from web and printed material. The meaning of VR2 is Hong Kong. And the last 3 alphabets I selected XIE.

    The “XIE” in Mandarin Chinese is the pronunciation of “謝” . It means “Thanks”. And also this Chinese Character can mean one of the common Surname. So, I apply this call sign for myself.

    Morse 2 Watch

    • morse-2-watch Morse 2 Watch

    Recently, I have more time after 2 daughters go to junior school.  And I come up with some new ideas to put the Morse Code into the second generation as Morse 2 Watch.  It can be customed to each individual Radio Ham call sign and burn the code into the watch MCU

  • Hong Kong Radio Repeaters :

    VHF / 144-145MHz

    CQARA
    VR2HKR:
    145.100MHz (RX)
    145.700MHz (TX)
    CTCSS 110.9Hz

    ARSN
    VR2TKW:
    144.975MHz (RX)
    145.575MHz (TX)
    CTCSS 110.9Hz

    HKARA
    VR2A:
    145.025MHz (RX)
    145.625MHz (TX)
    CTCSS 110.9Hz

    VR2Z:
    145.850MHz (RX)
    145.450MHz (TX)
    CTCSS 110.9Hz

    VR2HAM
    VR2HKI:
    144.900MHz (RX)
    145.500MHz (TX)
    CTCSS 110.9Hz

    CARSC
    VR2RC:
    144.650MHz (RX)
    145.250MHz (TX)
    CTCSS 110.9Hz

    HARTS
    VR2HKA:
    145.150MHz (RX)
    145.750MHz (TX)
    CTCSS 110.9Hz



    UHF / 430-435MHz

    Repeaters of UHF/430-435MHz, please click here

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