FDIM 2018 Registration is NOW OPEN

Registration is now open for the 2018 Four Days In May Event! 

We are happy to announce that the registration window is now open for the 2018 Four days in May Event that runs concurrently with the 2018 Dayton Hamvention in Xenia Ohio.

We are now taking reservations for the Fairborn Holiday Inn, the May 19th Grand Banquet, and the May 17th Symposium.  ONLY reservations with Banquet or Symposium reservations will be processed for rooms.  

Click on the FDIM link above to get registered and to read about the 2018 FDIM Event! 

QRP Amateur Radio Club International

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QRP ARCI is a club for low power enthusiasts worldwide.

We produce a professional quality magazine (QRP Quarterly), organize an annual conference at Dayton ('Four Days In May' or FDIM), and sponsor various QRP contests and awards.

 

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New QRP ARCI publication

Best Of Idea Exchange

QRP ARCI announces the publication of a new book - "The Best of Idea Exchange"

This will quickly become a needed information source for your work bench. The content is drawn from 20 years of the Idea Exchange in past QRP Quarterly magazines.

There are 138 pages of useful information divided into seven sections -

  1. Components
  2. Circuit Design
  3. Test & Measurement
  4. Tools & Techniques
  5. Repairs & Modifications
  6. Antennas
  7. Miscellaneous Ideas

Order your copy online from the QRP ARCI Toystore

QRP Quarterly

Jan 2018

QRP Quarterly - APR 2018
Technical Articles

Idea Exchange—Mike Czuhajewski—WA8MCQ

Antenna Pieces from the Dollar Store—N2CX
Use Safety Mat for Rubber Feet—NA1MH
Free 9V Battery Connectors—WA8MCQ
Ham Radio Stuff at Thrift Stores—AI2T
Solder Paste Extruder—KM4NFQ
Connect Ground Lugs to Be Safe—AE9DB
Kevlar Kite String for Dial Cord—WØVT
Alternative to Harbor Freight Punch—W9CTW, WA8MCQ

14 Arduino Building Blocks: The Sweeperino Jr.—DuWayne Schmidkofer—KV4QB
17 Vertical Whip Mount for the KX2 and KX3—Edi Bosshard—HB9MTN
19 Over-Temperature Cutoff Controller—Paul Signorelli—WØRW
20 The Amazing SolderScope—Tom Williams—K9AC
26 The Basics of Maximum Usable Frequency (MUF)—Tomas Hood—NW7US
28 The CIA’s Secret QRP CW Transmitter Project—Ben Kuo—AI6YR

36 Antenna Notes—John Leonardelli—VE3IPS

5 Band EFHW with Traps and Links—DK3IT and HB9BCB
40/20 Trap Dipole—KD1JV
Super Cheap Chinese Antenna Poles—VE3IPS
KT5X’s Musings on his Traps—KT5X

The Joy of QRP
13 CW: AB3AP’s Key-to-Rig Switch Box—Dan Romanchik—KB6NU
18 10 Questions About Your QRP Operations—John Leonardelli—VE3IPS
19 RBN Map for QRPers—Paul Signorelli—WØRW
22 The QCX Transceiver: A “Best Buy”—Howard Zehr—K4LXY
23 Product Review: The QRP Labs QCX—John W. Thompson—K3MD
24 QRP in the ARRL DX CW Contest—Bob Cutter—KIØG
31 QRPver 20M Transceiver Review—Edward R. Breneiser—WA3WSJ


The World of QRP ARCI
3 Editorial—Mitch Gill—NA7US
4 From the President—Preston Douglas—WJ2V
27 2018 QRP ARCI Contest Schedule
34 Four Days in May 2018 Announcement
40 New or Renewal Membership Application
40 QRP ARCI Staff and Directors

 

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