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CINCINNATI QRP Amateur Radio
Low Power Amateur Radio Operating in Southwest Ohio
QRP operation is considered using power levels of 5 watts or less CW and 10 watts or less SSB.
I like weak signals
Do more with less
Sunday, May 4, 2014
QRP to the field summary
5 spc's on 20 meters and 6 spc's on 40 meters. Contest was fun and my portable location was nice! (including the food and beverages!)
I used a FT817ND and a LNR EFT end fed attached to a well decorated spiderpole.
Sunday, May 04, 2014
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Other sites of interest
SouthWest Ohio DX Asooc.
Butler County Amateur Radio Assoc.
QRPSPOTS-qrp spotting page
Recommended Reading (qrp books)
QRP Basics by Rev. George Dobbs G3RJV
Low Power Communications by Rich Arland K7SZ
Emergency Communications Handbook by ARRL