QRP Show & Tell. A Report on QRP kits and QRP Projects Low-Power Ham Radio – Less than 5 watts. Jim Larsen, AL7FS 907-345-3190 AL7FS@AL7FS.us. Alaska Ver 1.0 5/6/05 By Jim Larsen, AL7FS (add’l credit: N2APB “Why QRP?”) . Overview of QRP Stuff. What is QRP and Why Use it?
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A Report on QRP kits and QRP Projects
Low-Power Ham Radio – Less than 5 watts
Jim Larsen, AL7FS
Alaska Ver 1.0 5/6/05
By Jim Larsen, AL7FS
(add’l credit: N2APB “Why QRP?”)
Only 5 watts?You must bekidding...
AL7FS – Jim Larsen – Anchorage
Worked All States - 67.548 watts total
& In Year 2000 – 1.5M Miles per Watt
AL7FS to W1AW – 20 meters
Bruce Hopkins - KL7H built his for 3.920 and 3.933. Checkins were successful with net control on both Motley and Snipers Nets
by Wilderness Radio
“White Mountain 20m SSB”
A compact, high-performance CW rig that you can build.
five watts is all you need to work worldwide DX
four bands into the affordable, easy-to-build K1-4 transceiver
Kenwood TS-450S fully adjustable – zero to 100 watts
And much, much more.
This is what N2APB takes on biz trips (along with “Halfer”
half-wave end-fed wire for 30m). Easily fits in small briefcase!
And Kits from lots of Vendors