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QRP / the first national QRP week-end.
« Last post by F5MPN on June 03, 2022, 00:30:53 UTC »
From June 11th at 08:00 UTC to June 12th at 18:00 UTC, come in large numbers to participate in the first national QRP week-end.

The spirit of this new activity is the opportunity for the QRP community to have a weekend dedicated for this kind of trafic on all HF bands from 160 to 10m, all modes (CW, Voice, MGM) using mobile or fixed station from the moment you take pleasure. So, there will be no first, no last and no prizes to be won.

In order to make the QRP activity, and this weekend in particular, known to as many people as possible, we would like to receive from the participants a small report reflecting their activity. Just a few lines to tell us about your best contact or exchange, a funny, incongruous, picturesque, atypical situation, etc. A brief description of the station (transmitter, receiver, antenna, power, …) will be appreciated.

The nice meetings and our efforts to be active with a maximum number of QRP stations should help making this weekend a lively one.

To send your reports : intlqrpwe@gmail.com

72/73 F5MPN Stéphane
QRP / 5X7W Uganda QRP FB Contact!!
« Last post by GM0LVI on May 15, 2022, 19:34:47 UTC »
On 10 May 2022 @ 0750 UTC I worked Anders - 5X7W on 12m CW. He was running just 5 Watts into a balcony antenna he was easy copy - not much on S meter but 459 on the ear.
Looks like propagtion is picking up at long last.
Welcome to the Club / Re: Hello from Wales (UK)
« Last post by GM0LVI on May 06, 2022, 20:46:29 UTC »
Congratulations on gaining your Foundation ticket Rob! With all those Welsh mountains you should think about becoming involved with SOTA.
Welcome to the Club / Hello from Wales (UK)
« Last post by mw7dhg on May 06, 2022, 17:55:19 UTC »
A quick intro .... I just recently passed my Foundation license and would like to learn more about QRP.
I live in a scenic part of Wales - with plenty of hills to climb.  I can't wait to get the radio out and start making some QSO (s).

73 Rob
Welcome to the Club / Re: Back again.
« Last post by IZ5ZCO on April 30, 2022, 17:18:07 UTC »
Welcome back.  :)
Welcome to the Club / Back again.
« Last post by ZL2OZ on April 28, 2022, 08:44:40 UTC »
Hi All, ZL2OZ Wayne came back. I operate genuine QRP ! That is: 5W or less. I operate a QRPver 1V.3 from the QRP team in the Ukraine. I mainly operate Portable when in the mountains or bush of New Zealand. Tx 3W 80meters only. Favourite antenna is an EFHW. Usual Op frequency when I'm out portable is 3.717 MHz.
Hope to catch up with other members.
73 Wayne
Welcome to the Club / Re: Getting back into the hobby
« Last post by ve2th on March 20, 2022, 23:50:17 UTC »
Hi! Lewis,

Welcome back to this wonderful hobby.-

How about your antenna ? Did you find a good solution ?
I have some good ideas about that, as I like very much to experiment with stealth antennas,

Please let me know, how it is going on.-

72/73 Mike VE2TH
The QRp'er for 59 years now
Welcome to the Club / Re: Getting back into the hobby
« Last post by IZ5ZCO on February 21, 2022, 11:45:11 UTC »
Welcome back.  :)
Welcome to the Club / Getting back into the hobby
« Last post by VE3QJ on February 20, 2022, 10:48:51 UTC »
Hi all, Lewis here (VE3QJ) from Pembroke Ontario. Just trying to get back into hf under strict antenna rules.
I have been a ham since 2001. I have enjoyed vhf/uhf comms and once the warm weather is back, i will be out trying to suspend a length of wire connected to a 9:1 unun.
I just purchased an sdr qrp hf rig and i will using it either on the patio or the mobile.
Cheers. :D
Welcome to the Club / Re: Welcome to all
« Last post by IZ5ZCO on February 18, 2022, 16:38:26 UTC »
Welcome back.  :)
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