From: Ed Loranger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wow! This is going to be great. I just had two nice qso's with
my pixie2 I built specifically for this contest last year.
It is still pumping out good at 600 mW with a 13.6 volt
For some reason the audio isn't as loud as I remember it.
But both qso's were qrp/qrpp so it does the job.
Oh. Can't wait for the new year and start logging every
contact in the millenium challenge from the AR club. I've
dedicated my Norcal logbook for every qso in 1999 thru the
end of the contest a few days into 2000.
Is this a happening hobby or what?
72, Ed WE6W QRP-Z#106 http://www.qsl.net/we6w
Enjoying Ham Radio every day! Santa Rosa, CA.
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