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QRP Digest Saturday, 19 March 1994 Volume 00 : Number
037

In this issue:

        QRP
        MFJ SSB
        ARK 40
        V73AU
        Boat Anchors
        QRT for 2 weeks
        G QRP CLUB DUES IN THE USA

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From: mvjf@mvubr.att.com
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 94 08:14 EST
Subject: QRP

Rev. George Dobbs, G3RJV

George,
Glad to hear from you via Internet. Welcome aboard.
Looking forward to seeing you and Chris, G4BUE at Dayton.
Myron, N8DHT is also on the Internet and says that almost
all the QRP hotel rooms at Dayton have been filled.

I was surprised in the QRP EU Wintersports contest to see how
many G-QRP club membership numbers there are. Your club must
still be experiencing trememdous growth. It's no wonder, with
the great newsletter (Sprat). The movement here seems to be
towards regional clubs.

See you at Dayton

72 Jim, W1FMR

CC: QRP Internet

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From: "JEFF M. GOLD" <JMG@tntech.edu>
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 1994 08:16:50 -0600 (CST)
Subject: MFJ SSB

Hi,

Just got my MFJ 20 meter SSB Travel Radio yesterday. Finally wired it up
and played with it indoors. It seems to be about the same size as their
CW qrp rigs. It has a meter that works as a S meter on Receive and
suppose to show speech processing on TX. It puts out about 10 watts, but
can easily be turned down. Nice documentation.

The receiver seems really good, I got nothing but excellent audio
reports once I had enough confidence in the system to use the mike as
directed (keep it away from my mouth and talk normally). The rig really
does seem to go through the QRM.. I have the mike that is part of the
package.. think the list for the rig and mike is now $229.00. They are
going to come out with a cw module for it.. but wasn't ready yet. They
also advertise an AC portable power supply for using it in hotel rooms
and such.. seems good to me.

I am really impressed with it so far... going to try it mobile and
portable.. going to get the adapter parts at radio shack at lunch today.
It is coming on the QRP expedition for sure.

More to come.

72

Jeff, AC4HF

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From: "JEFF M. GOLD" <JMG@tntech.edu>
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 1994 08:19:15 -0600 (CST)
Subject: ARK 40

Hi,

clearance time.. I am going to sell my ARK 40 if I get a decent offer..
built.. tested and really nicely aligned.

May have 2 MFJ CW rigs.. one is 20 meters with keyer, the other is 40
meters with keyer and filter.

72

Jeff, AC4HF

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From: William.Parmley%ch@mailgw.er.doe.gov
Date: 18 Mar 94 08:00:00 -0500
Subject: V73AU

          Chuck -- decent people are already at work at 1430Z!!!

          :-)

          ;-)

          73, Bill, KR8L

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From: peters@ems.psu.edu (Robert Peters)
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 1994 13:08:44
Subject: Boat Anchors

I heard there was a mail list for hams using old equipment. I believe its
called boatanchors. Can any one help. I am not on the qrp list but a
friend suggested I try to get info at this address.
TNX and 73, Bob Peters K3EZS (peters@ems.psu.edu) at Penn State

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From: dh@deneb.csustan.edu (Doug Hendricks)
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 94 12:34:48 PST
Subject: QRT for 2 weeks

I have had a death in the family and must go to Kansas for the next two
weeks.
Sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause. QRPp has been mailed to
all
subscribers. If you don't receive yours by April 1, let me know. 72,
Doug

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From: g3rjv@gqrp.demon.co.uk (George Dobbs G3RJV)
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 94 21:51:55 GMT
Subject: G QRP CLUB DUES IN THE USA

After the sad loss of Luke, W5HKA, we are pleased to announce that
MIKE GILGORE KG5F
2046 ASH HILL RD
CARROLLTON
TX 75007
is accepting G QRP Club dues in the US. Please quote Membership Number
and
Callsign and make out checks to "G QRP Club"
NON-G QRP CLUB MEMBERS:
Details of the club and a sample of SPRAT [Club journal] can be had from
G3RJV at this address or an application form can be Emailed on request.
Sample to follow.
- --
George Dobbs G3RJV
G-QRP Club

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