Re: QRP: More detailed advice sought...

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From: Mark E Gustoff (Mark_E_Gustoff@ccm.hf.intel.com)
Date: Tue Oct 26 1993 - 16:57:08 EDT


     OK, having done some more thorough research, I have narrowed things
-down to
three choices for a qrp kit. I am interested in what people have to think
-about
the following:
I personally would recommend the Gary Breed Transceiver design,
as I have a 30M version. A kit for any band is available from
Pat at 624 kits and is roughly $115. Good kit, with nice
instructions and a very helpful Pat a phone call away if you
need it.

Good luck, whatever the choice.......... 72 de WO7T/QRP

$75 NorCal 40 by the Northern California QRP Club
$109 Sprint by Oak Hill Research
$159 Gary Breed Transceiver by A&A Engineering

The NorCal 40 is more along the price level I'm interested in, but I am
wondering if maybe the Sprint or Gary Breed transceivers might be more
useful once built. If you had to choose one of the three, which do you
-think
represents the best value to a first time builder?

Another problem is that this wouldn't be purchased likely until February,
and the NorCal kit may no longer be available then...

_ken/n1pvb


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