I glommed this list from a few sources. At least one source list was last updated in 2004, so I’m not sure how many of these nets are still active. If anyone has any updated info on these or any other QRP nets, shoot me an email at kq2rp(dot)cw(at)gmail(dot)com. Arkansas QRP Club, Monday, 7:30 pm Central, 3.560 MHz. BC Group (SSB), Daily, 0300/0530 UTC, 3.729 MHz. ...
FPqrp - Run for the Bacon - Tonight! →
Flying Pigs QRP Club, Internationalis proud to announce Run For The Bacon Every third Sunday night of every month at 9 PM Local time in New York City (Eastern Time) This contest runs for two (2) hours until 11 PM local time in New York City RULES: Work CW stations only, once per band on 160-80-40-20-15-10 only Suggest you work the high freq bands first. Then work your way down to 80 and...
Portable Cost per Band
Someone posted something like this a while back on one of the groups. Interesting to consider. Cost per band FT 817ND $679 13 Bands - $52/band KX3 $1000 11 bands - $91/band KX1 $390 4 Band w/ 80/30 opt$97/band KX1 $299 2 bands $150/band HB1B $299 4 Bands $75/band PFR3 $240 3 Bands $80/band Weber Tri-Bander 3 bands $200 $67/band MFJ 92XX $249 1 Band ...
Classic Continental Rucksack: Backpacks | Free... →
Pretty good rucksack for portable ops at a nice price.
What Can You Do With A Grid Dip Meter (pdf... →
Four Days In May 2012 - Seminars - Internet... →
For those unable to attend FDIM (Four Days In May) at Dayton we will be streaming the seminars on Thursday 17th May. This is the 5th year that we have streamed the presentations. As usual the live event takes priority but our expectation is to stream all the lectures starting at 8.00am (Eastern) and finishing around 4.15pm (Eastern). This equates to 1pm - 9.15pm local time in the UK. To watch...
Chat With The Designers Group →
I highly recommend that anyone interested in QRP & homebrewing join this new Yahoo Group - Chat With The Designers. They are doing some wonderful work covering a variety of topics and projects, with the opportunity to get involved and have your questions answered via weekly online meetings and presentations (all of which can be accessed shortly afterwards here.) Just browse through the...
Wealth of Antennas from RSARS →
Lots of antenna articles available on the UK’s Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society.
Getting started with QRSS | KnightsQRSS Blog →
MOuSeFET CW Transmitters →
WN2A’s CW Transmitter design. Originally published in December ‘86 QST.
Help For CW Learners - SKCC Elmer Page →
Free Amateur Audio Books for the Visually Impaired →
Ed, WA3WSJ is offering his ham related audio books free to the visually impaired. Click image or link above for info, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
NJQRP Gets Loopy →
Check out the NJQRP club’s recent ‘Chat with the Designers’ regarding mag loop antennas, their properties and construction. The link above will take you to the meeting notes, where you can listen to the mp3 audio and follow along with the pdf slideshow.
GE Ham News →
N4TRB has gone to a great effort to scan and pdf General Electric Ham News issues from 1946-1963. Link above.
Heathkit Educational Systems Closes Up Shop →
W2H - Hindenburg 75 Anniversary →
Worked this special event station on 20m SSB this weekend.