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QRP / contact with 3,5 watts
« Last post by f5gsk on May 17, 2019, 19:23:21 UTC »
hi all,
My Flex-1500 is dead....sniff ....qso are done with my mfj-9020 ,power out :3,5 watts and antenna L (2x8,31m) qth nr Toulon - jn23wc :

7030 08:11 localtime -15/3/2019 - G4YBU - Tim - Epson - England 
7013 21:39               - 18/3/2019 - LZ1Q1- Petkov - Sofia - Bulgaria
14040 17:25             - 20/3/2019 - LZ1WR - Tudor - Karlovo - Bulgaria
14058 17:37             -21/3/2019 - RU3KJ - Victor -Varonez - Russia
14022 11:31             -22/3/2019- GS8UL -  Radio Club - Scotland
14023 15:24             - 22/2/2019 -OY1CT - Carsten - Feroé island - Denmark
14060 21:51             - 14/5/2019 - UR3VZ - Nikolai - Listopodovo - Ukraine
14058 17:03             - 17/5/2018 - G4GZG - Larry -Torquay - England
72/73 Pierre - F5GSK
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Welcome to the Club / Intro
« Last post by K4MHC on March 25, 2019, 13:36:44 UTC »
Hi. New here. Been a ham for about 4 years now. Rig is a Yaesu 897 dialed back to 5 watts into a random wire antenna about 60 feet up in a tree at its highest point.

I am totally CW...but still keep a mic handy if needed.
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Welcome to the Club / VE2ARX New to Ham and qrp
« Last post by VE2ARX on March 24, 2019, 17:33:52 UTC »
I'm André, 58 years old, from Montreal, in the province of Quebec, Canada.  Just started in amateur radio with a ft-818.  Having fun reading and learning.  I have just listened on HF for now and of course UHF/VHF (easier).
Can't wait for summer here as I'll try to have some fun with HF on my sailboat on the lake.
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when you want Dave ?

Best to email me via address on QRZ Pierre as I don't look in at QRP Club very often.
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You pick a time and date Pierre. I'm retired so am quite flexible.
BCNU! (I hope!!)
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Welcome to the Club / Re: SV7CUD
« Last post by GM0LVI on March 19, 2019, 21:15:56 UTC »
Yiasas Panagioti !
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Welcome to the Club / Re: Greetings from IK0SIR/Qrp
« Last post by GM0LVI on March 19, 2019, 21:12:37 UTC »
Welcome Gaspare. It's nice to see a new member and I hope to work you in the future.
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Welcome to the Club / Greetings from IK0SIR/Qrp
« Last post by IK0SIR on March 18, 2019, 13:52:14 UTC »
Hi my call ik0sir operator Gaspare I'm using an ic 703 self-made antennas.
My city is Marino 20 km south east of Rome Italy.
Greetings to all. 73 73 73 K K K
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Welcome to the Club / New Member N5URL
« Last post by N5URL on March 16, 2019, 01:59:59 UTC »
Hello,
Thanks for allowing me to join the QRPClub forum. I’ve been interested in qrp since learning cw  40 years ago.
At that time I had a home brew tube transmitter and an old shortwave receiver. After building a Heathkit HW 8
I thought I was in heaven. Since those days I have never lost my love of qrp and cw. I hope I can learn from my friends here and maybe contribute something occasionally. See you on the forum!
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Welcome to the Club / Hello From Japan
« Last post by JM1XTB/QRP on March 16, 2019, 00:36:33 UTC »
My name is Haruto (Haru) JM1XTB. I am 70 years old man ! My starting of HAM is 1964 (Tokyo Olympic Game year) when I was 16 years old. At that time my call sign was JA4CVA (now expired). Current call sign (JM1XTB) is since Nov 1980.
My QRP operation is from 1986, so QRP operation is over 30 years. During 1986 to 1998, I was using MIZUHO MX-15 TRX (300mW output) and I applied a WAC Award (QRP/CW) in 2016 when I retired from work.
In 2010 I have changed to TenTec 1340 TRX (7MHz 3Watts). Few after I added (1) Frequency counter, (2) WinKey2 board, (3) SCAF LPF and (4) RF pre amp, those and main board are put into a case. At that time I also improved ANT system (MFJ-1640T and Coaxial Cable Counterpoise with ANT coupler). By using those, I could get winning prizes in WPX CW contest and WW DX CW.
In these 3 years I am very interested in WSJT-X. As shown in my page of QRZ.com (https://www.qrz.com/db/JM1XTB), I have developed 7MHz 100mW TRX specialized for WSJT-X
I could QSO with K7SCX 4 times by JT65 (9,270Km/0.1W=92,700Km/W).
Currently I am making 10MHz 100mW WSJT-X TRX.
JM1XTB is no life no QRP !! Thank you very much. CU on the air. 73.
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