The Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame recently inducted Communications Research Centre Canada emeritus researcher Dr. John “Jack” Belrose, in recognition of his long and distinguished career as a radio pioneer in Canada, both as a professional and as a radio amateur, according to a release.
Belrose’s extensive research in antennas and propagation at CRC led to many applications in amateur radio. As a scholar, he has written more than 150 papers for professional publications, books and magazines.
The hall’s Board of Trustees consists of an amateur radio representative from each province of Canada. Nominations for the Hall of Fame must be submitted by Sept. 30 every year. The appointment is to recognize an amateur for outstanding achievement for sustained service to amateur radio in Canada, or amateur radio at large.