From: Joe Gervais (email@example.com)
> > I think you'll see more traffic once more Sierras are received and built,
> Could these posts go to r.r.a.homebrew ? Should the qrp-l be just for
> definite qrp activities, like who's where, tips and tricks, etc.??
I think many will share the opinion that homebrew is
intimately related to qrp, given the nature of the
beast. Not all homebrew relates to qrp (KW amps, etc.)
but a sound argument could be built that much of qrp
involves homebrew to some extent, whether via kits,
assembling a commercial station into a lunchbox, etc.
QRP lends itself quite nicely to such things.
Just my random thougts. Oh yes, I'm on my lunch break
while I read this stuff... :)
7.3 de KD6PRD,
"QRP means never having to tell the neighbors you're sorry."
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