Getting heard by QRPers

Next time you call CQ and get no reply, try announcing your presence on the QRP Spots website.

Tell other QRPers that you are on the air and looking for contacts. Of course you can use the QRP Spots website from the shack, but there are other options for /P portable stations and backpackers. Post your message via Twitter or, to keep things entirely ham related send an APRS message from a compatible handheld.

QRP Quarterly

QRP Quarterly - April 2016

QRP Quarterly - April 2016

Technical Articles

Idea Exchange (Mike Czuhajewski WA8MCQ)
    Kluge Fixed Mobile Antenna (N2CX)
    Remote Digital Signal Selection (KC0ZNG)
    Making Custom Length Spacers (N7SUR)
    Magic Magnetic Vertical Loop Antenna (K4LXY)
    TTL-Level Audio Frequency Signal Source (KC0ZNG)
    Solution to the Signal Selection Exercise (KC0ZNG)

Ionospherica (Kai Siwiak KE4PT)
Rotary Encoders Revisited (Jack Purdum W8TEE)
Building a Novice Station with Benefits (Preston Douglas WJ2V)
Simple Si5351 Beacon on 10m (Ben Kuo KK6FUT)
Techniques for Building a QRP Field Antenna (L.B. Cebik W4RNL (SK))

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