Re: qrp in general


From: Clark Savage Turner WA3JPG (turner@safety.ICS.UCI.EDU)
Date: Mon Nov 08 1993 - 17:35:59 EST

Duane (WB9OMC) asks about QRP SSB or FM work.....

Just to mention, I am a fairly active QRP SSB guy, and I mostly ragchew
over on 40 meters. I have occasionally gotten into the local DX WAS
nets on 40 and 75 to net the awards, but love to talk more than exchange
reports (but the exchanging reports is fine work too).

I have been working the Aussies and that area fairly regularly on 40 SSB
with about 5 watts PEP SSB in the evenings, but the latest Santa Ana winds
(that burned a lot of us out down here) took some of my wires down. I am
a little underactive for the time being.

Just netted an old Argonaut 505 and will fire up that baby with a lantern
battery when I get it. Listen for me around 7200-7245 after 0400 UTC.


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