Four Days In May (FDIM) - the biggest and best QRP event in the World !
Held each May, it starts the day before the famous Hamvention in Dayton, Ohio and runs for 4 days
FDIM 2014 was a great success - attendance at the seminars broke all previous records.
Congratulations to the new QRP Hall Of Fame inductees -
A full review was published in the Summer 2014 issue of QRP Quarterly magazine.
The seminars were streamed live on the internet. Raw footage can be found on uStream.
We will be editing higher quality versions, the videos will be uploaded to YouTube later in 2014.
5 Idea Exchange—Mike Czuhajewski—WA8MCQ
Practical Propagation for the Everyday Ham—N2CX Finger Dimples from WalMart—W3TS
None Simpler Portable Antenna Insulators—NM5S Homebrewer’s Guide To Recycling—KK6FUT Whisper Sidetone—Shhhh! —ND6T
Hammond Plastic Project Boxes—VE3IPS Variations on PCB Method—KC7CJ
Portable Tent Pole Vertical Antenna—KK6FUT Alternative to Etching Muppet Boards—W5USJ
16 630 Meters for the QRPer—Paul Signorelli—WA2XRM (WØRW)
20 The QEC Antenna: A New Design—Akira Motohashi—JP1QEC
23 How Low Can You Go?—Robert Rosier—K4OCE
26 WSPR and the Raspberry Pi—Scotty Cowling—WA2DFI
30 Troubleshooting and Repair Techniques—Mike Bryce—WB8VGE
38 Antennas 101: A Look Back 25+ Years—Gary Breed—K9AY
The Joy of QRP
17 Clubs Make CW More Fun—Dan Romanchik—KB6NU
24 Pedestrian Mobile with the KX2 as a Hand-Held Rig—Greg Lane—N4KGL
The World of QRP ARCI
2 QRP Quarterly Advertising Information
3 Editorial—Mitch Gill—NA7US
4 QRP ARCI News
18 FDIM 2017 Announcement
40 New or Renewal Membership Application
40 QRP ARCI Staff and Directors