Re: How would you define QRP?

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From: Mike Czuhajewski (Mike.Czuhajewski@hambbs.wb3ffv.ampr.org)
Date: Fri Oct 21 1994 - 22:35:46 EDT


(Note the quotes...) "The generally accepted definition currently used
by most major QRP groups of the world is 5 watts output or less to be
considered QRP." (end of quote) That's a canned statement, of sorts,
and open to lots of debate, but that's the general rule of thumb.
(And if you find yourself running 5.2 watts by mistake, you still can
have a lot of fun!) 73 and Queue Our Pea de WA8MCQ

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