Website Update

We working on it ! OK ?

Please bear with us as we continue to add content to the website.

Time dependant features such as QRP Quarterly renewals and QRP Contest announcements were given priority initially.

More pages are being developed - the QRP Toystore is being re-written as an online shop, there will be features for portable operators, builders, antenna experimenters and more . . .

The new QRP Operating feature will include news, frequency info, hints and tips. The technical area is being kick started to support builders and and add value to articles published in QRP Quarterly. 

The beta test of the new digital edition of QRP Quarterly has already started. Behind the scenes many changes have been made to enable membership information to be maintained online.

All this takes time. QRPers have a wide range of interests from contesting to awards, building to portable operation, CW to digital modes. Everyone has their own opinion on what they would like to see featured next.  A 'must have' article for one person is of no interest to another. Feedback and constructive criticism is welcomed, let us know what features would be useful to you ! But, please, have some patience and be realistic about the time and effort involved.

QRP Quarterly

QRP Quarterly - Winter 2014

QRP Quarterly - Winter 2014

  • Antennas 101: QRP on Low Bands (K9AY)
  • Ham Central Terminal (KF0UR)
  • Open Source Development with Ten-Tec Rebel (KE4MIQ)
  • Low Voltage Bench PSU (K9OSC)
  • Expedition to J6 (NM4T)
  • Colorado QRP Pedestrian Mobile (WA3WSJ)
  • Cyclone 40m Transceiver review (WB9YYY)
  • Quickie Marconi Antenna (N2CX)
  • Common Gate FET Amplifiers (KK7B)
  • Lithium Ion Batery Pack for QRP (K4LXY)
  • Two Wire Connector Adapters (W4OP)
  • Transistor Cut-off Frequency Checker (ND6T)
  • PowerPole DC Distribution Block (K9OSC)
  • Improving your Mobile Signal (K3NLT)
  • QRP Clubhouse
  • QRP Contests
  • FDIM Announcement

Mailed to subscribers - January 2014

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