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VE3BUY Ownership Transfer

The VE3BUY 146.895- repeater (co-located at the VE3RTR site) has been transferred to the Peterborough Amateur Radio Club (PARC / VE3PBO) as of January 9th.

PARC is now officially responsible for the VE3BUY repeater and will be setting any policies regarding use of VE3BUY, how it will be linked to other repeaters and so forth.

Over the next 2-3 weeks VE3RTR 145.150- will continue to carry PARC / VE3PBO PL Nets and Club nets, as well as being carried on VE3BUY 146.895- (Tone 162.2).

After this transition period of 2-3 weeks, VE3RTR 145.150 will no longer be linked to VE3PBO.

VE3RTR 145.150- 162.2 VHF and VE3RTR 444.975+ 162.2 UHF repeaters are operated by the Kawartha Lakes Repeater Group. www.klrg.ca

VE3BUY 146.895- 162.2 VHF is operated by the Peterborough Amateur Radio Club. www.ve3pbo.ca


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Canadian amateur radio operator since 2007. Operating on the VHF/UHF bands and local repeaters in the Durham Region area. Husband and the father of four.

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