QRP Power

QRP operation for QRP ARCI purposes is defined as operation with a transmitter power output equal to or less than 10 W PEP output for single-sideband or double-sideband phone (suppressed or full-carrier) and equal to or less than 5 W PEP output for other modes (e.g. CW, FM, AM, digital).

QRP ARCI awards and contests are based on these output levels.

QRP Quarterly

QRP Quarterly - October 2015

QRP Quarterly - October 2015


Technical Articles
Idea Exchange (Mike Czuhajewski WA8MCQ)
    The Cabvert Antenna (N2CX)
    Solder Fume Extractors (WA8MCQ)
    Workbench Powerpole Adapter (W4QO)
    Field Day Battery Monitoring (W2GN)
    Automobile Bulbs for Testing Batteries (W4QO)

Ionospherica (Kai Siwiak KE4PT)
6V6 Transmitter (Marc Pressman N4DR)
Tips for Homebrewers (Ben Kuo KK6FUT)
A Simple Keyer (Don Cantrell ND6T)
Let's Build Something (Pete Juliano N6QW)
Using Rotary Encoders (Jack Purdum W8TEE)
Re-Creation as Recreation (Don Cantrell ND6T)
A Switchable Crystal Oscillator (Paul Darlington M0XPD)
The Joy of QRP
Out and About with QRP (Craig Behrens NM4T)
QRP Clubhouse (Tim Stabler WB9NLZ)
The World of QRP ARCI
Editorial (Tim Stabler WB9NLZ)
From the President (Steve Fletcher G4GXL)
QRP Awards (Ed Brenheiser WA3WSJ)
QRP Clubhouse (Tim Stabler WB9NLZ)

Mailed to subscribers - 15 October 2015


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