QRP Power

QRP operation for QRP ARCI purposes is defined as operation with a transmitter power output equal to or less than 10 W PEP output for single-sideband or double-sideband phone (suppressed or full-carrier) and equal to or less than 5 W PEP output for other modes (e.g. CW, FM, AM, digital).

QRP ARCI awards and contests are based on these output levels.

QRP Quarterly

Oct 2018

QRP Quarterly - October 2018

Technical Articles

Idea Exchange—Mike Czuhajewski—WA8MCQ

Cell Phone Booster and Radial Wire Winder—N2CX
Corrected Figure for Quickie #105
Easy and Cheap Wire Labels—KD4PBJ
Space-Saving Bench Supply—KCØZNG
Blinking Power Indicator—KCØZNG
Broken IC Pin Tips—various people

16 Arduino Building Blocks: Part 4—DuWayne Schmidlkofer—KV4QB
19 Build a High Performance Triband Cubical Quad—Bob Rosier—K4OCE
22 An Inexpensive Lab Quality Antenna Analyzer—Bob Thompson—K5RWT
26 The Misunderstood T2FD Antenna—John Leonardelli—VE3IPS
28 Modern QRP Rigs and Development of the QCX: Part 2—Hans Summers—GØUPL
38 A Boost/Buck DC-DC Converter for QRP Rigs—Al Duncan—VE3RRD
39 Portable Power Consumption—John Leonardelli—VE3IPS



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