- Like to combine outdoor activity and ham radio? Check out the Adventure Radio Society and the Easter Pennsylvania QRP Club's Appalachian Trail Awards
- here for a quick handy reference charts of QRP Frequencies for CW, SSB, and PSK31, or Resistor Color Codes, or Paul Harden's (NA5N) Handy Man's Guide to Capacitors
- Paul Harden's (NA5N) Oscilloscope Tutorial
- Duct Tape, every active person's friend. A Backpacker Magazine article title "The Great Tape Off" compares and evaluates various brands/styles.
- An excellent evaluation of alkaline based AA batteries for trail use, with links to download Duracell and Energizer data sheets.
- The WOLF protocol used in the recent QRP LOWFER record is documented here, software available as well.
- The PUA43 Protocol used with the DSP-10 VHF transceiver featured in QST in Fall 1999 is documented and available here. These XCVRs using this protocol were used as the base units for a QRP EME effort in Feb 2001.
- A simple tabular
listing of QRP Clubs and Vermont Ham Radio
- A tabular listing
of QRP related individual ham pages
- A tabular listing of QRP, small parts and tool vendors.
- A 948K PDF
file, The Art and Skill of Radio-Telegraphy,
a manual for learning, using, mastering, and enjoying the International
Morse Code as a means of communication.Wliiam G. Pierpont's, N0HFF,
classic treatise on CW.
- Several articles from NorCal QRP group on Surface Mount Device homebrewing. One on SMD Jigs and hold-downs and another on prototyping with SMDs
- A website with ideas on standardized and ruggedized DC power connectors for ham gear in the field from the prolific Bonnie Crystal, KQ6XA. Plenty of pix, descriptions and rationale.
- A article on Homebrewing PC boards by KM1Z.
- Collection of URLs on learning and improving Morse Code proficiency
- Collection of URLs on Antenna design and construction.
- Collection of URLs of various resources available
of articles on Radio Propagation from
beginner texts to more advanced topics
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