The QRP-L reflector has been buzzin’ with the news and chatter (positive and some negative btw) about a new project to design and build a new transceiver for QRP HF use. YAHOO!
K8IQY Style Test Setup
What I love the most about this is that the QRP community is able to contribute ideas, resources and participate much like the Open Source software community operates. This could really be a fun project for our Central Florida QRP group. After all, we are not that far from Diz W8DIZ who is facilitating and coordinating this project.
If you like to build, experiment and try some QRP operation with a new rig… you should tune in and join the fun.
This is the last week to vote in the poll on my blog for the best US QTH for ham radio… Here’s the standings as of Sunday at 2100 EDT:
- West Virginia (17%, 10 Votes)
- Kansas (16%, 9 Votes)
- Hawaii (7%, 4 Votes)
- Texas (7%, 4 Votes)
- New Hampshire (5%, 3 Votes)
You can cast your vote by following this link!
Kelly K4UPG PB #173