How to Volunteer

QRPARCI

Do You Want to Help Guide QRP ARCI as an Officer or Manager?

From time-to-time QRP ARCI officer positions are up for election, and current officers may resign for various reasons. It is extremely useful to the officers and Board of Directors to know which QRPers are willing and interested in a leadership position. Although the significant work required of an officer is personally rewarding, it usually means that nominations for election must be actively recruited. Let the present leadership know you are interested!

Similarly, the appointed manager positions for the Toy Store, Contests, Awards, Webmaster, and Editor of QRP Quarterly may become open from time-to-time, requiring a willing volunteer to step forward and give support to the club’s operation. You can contact any officer or Board member to let them know you are willing to help. 

All volunteer organizations rely on the talents, willing effort, and supportive participation of its members! QRP ARCI members include hams with a wide range of skills and experience. Sharing those things with your fellow QRPers—whether for one term or a long tenure—will help keep the club strong!

QRP-ARCI Thanks you! 

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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