FDIM Registration 2022

Four Days In May (FDIM) - the biggest and best QRP event in the World !

Main Door Prize:  Icom IC-705 Transceiver! 

Raffle Prize: Elecraft KX2 with Autotuner and Key!

Streaming Attendees are not eligible for door prizes. 

FDIM will be held at the same location as last year, Holiday Inn Fairborn.

MAY 19-22 2022 

Planning to Stay at Holiday Inn?

Special Instructions: Please check the
nights you wish to stay. Check the type of Bed/s. We will forward this
information to the Hotel and they will assign a confirmation number.
Once this is done, you will receive a note with your confirmation number
(generally 7 days). You should contact the hotel with your credit card
information within 7 days of receiving the confirmation number. Rooms
not confirmed with credit card will be canceled and made available for
reassignment.

ONLY registrations WITH Seminar or Banquet registration will be
processed for the hotels.

A list of area hotels here. Curtesy of Greene County C&V Bureau.
http://www.greenecountyohio.org/hotels/hotels-motels

Registration is open long before we have made final plans for programs
and other activities at FDIM 2022. Details will be available on the
QRPARCI.org web site as soon as they are completed.

Registered Attendees

If you have any questions or concerns, please send me an email.

Lunch will be provided by the hotel on Thursday for $16.00 per person, let Norm know if you are interested. 

Norm Schklar - WA4ZXV
Questions, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED  

QRP Amateur Radio Club International

QRP ARCI logo

QRP ARCI is a club for low power enthusiasts worldwide.

We produce a professional quality magazine (QRP Quarterly), organize an annual conference at Dayton ('Four Days In May' or FDIM), and sponsor various QRP contests and awards.

Our aim is to promote QRP and a variety of related activites. Many of our members enjoy home construction, kit building, antenna experimentation, backpacking and portable operation. Minimalist radios built in small tins are very popular but we also enjoy the very latest high performance radios such as the Elecraft KX3, the new SDR rigs, and great kits like the QCX from QRP Labs, kits from 4 States QRP Group, and the uBitx rigs. 

Let us know if we can promote your club, group, kit or product.

New QRPARCI Mail List

qrparci.io

A new Mail List has been started for QRPARCI on the groups.io platform.  This mail list is open to members and non-members alike for the discussion of QRPARCI topics.  Jim Stafford W4QO is the  moderator of the list and you can gain access by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and requesting to be added  to the mail list.  You can get your mail in digest form as well if you prefer it that way.   73 de W4QO

 

QRP Quarterly

OCT 2020

QRP Quarterly - Jan 2022
 
Table of Contents 
 

Keyboard CW Jack Purdum—W8TEE
Calibrate Your S-Meter Bob Rosier—K4OCE
An IC-705 Go-Box David Gauger—W9CJS
Vibroplex Resurrection Bill Allen—WØWCA
AGC for Rigs Without One Howard Zehr—K4LXY
EFHW with Linked Wires Mark Gustoff—WO7T
A WM-2 Clone Gene Warren—N5GW
Open Source SDR You can Hack Ashar Farhan—VU2ESE
Playing the SOTA Game Bill Hulley—K7WXW
200 QSOs on a Tiny Battery Jim Cluett—W1PID
Making Friends in Ham Radio Bob Rampolla—W3RAR
Lost Creek Wilderness Area Paul Signorelli—WØRW
FT-891- the Best QRP/Portable Radio John Leonardelli—VE3IPS

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