QRP Frequencies

These are not Calling Frequencies, they are Centers Of Activity - places where QRPers are likely to be found.

Of course, you may operate QRP anywhere that your license allows. If you have a VFO, then use it - but check around the QRP Frequencies on a regular basis.

 

Band CW Phone
160m 1810 kHz
1843 kHz
1910 kHz
 
80m 3560 kHz
 
3985 kHz
3690 kHz
60m   5346.5 kHz (Ch2) 
40m 7030 kHz
7122 kHz
7090 kHz
7285 kHz
30m 10106 kHz
10116 kHz
 
20m 14060 kHz 14285 kHz
17m 18096 kHz 18130 kHz
15m 21060 kHz
 
21285 kHz
21385 kHz
12m 24906 kHz 24950 kHz
10m 28060 kHz
 
28365 kHz
28385 kHz
6m 50096 kHz 50185 kHz
2m 144060 kHz 144285 kHz
   Frequencies in italics indicate a preference in Europe.
Digital modes - keep to higher end of usual frequencies.

 

QRP Quarterly

Jan 2019

QRP Quarterly - January 2019

Technical Articles

Idea Exchange—Mike Czuhajewski—WA8MCQ

Get Down With Your Sloper!—N2CX
Transistor Sockets from SIP Strips—W4OP
Cleaning Out PCB Holes—K7WXW, KD4PBJ, W6DAN, N5BGZ, AC7AC
Space-Saving Bench Supply—KCØZNG
Failed Twist-Lock Electrolytic Capacitors—N6WFO, AA1IP


13 Antenna Notes—John Leonardelli—VE3IPS
15 Let’s Use Better Vertical Antenna Radials!—John Jaminet—W3HMS
16 Designing and Building Your Own Gear—Mike Bryce—WB8VGE
21 The Ultralight Portable Antenna Quest—Charles Bushell—KC8VWM
25 Cheap HF Quarter-Wave Stubs—Al Duncan—VE3RRD
28 How to Simply Add VHF and UHF Capability to Your QRP Station—KK5MC
34 A Modest SOTAActivation Antenna—Mike Herr—WA6ARA
36 Antennas 101: An Introduction to Multi-Wire Loops—Gary Breed—K9AY

 

 

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