The New England QRP Club invites you to check in to our weekly net, join us at one of our gatherings, build a NEScaf or 79er, work WQ1RP, participate at NewEnglandQRP.org, or simply enjoy your QRP with our 73.
The New England QRP Club Luncheon once again will meet at the Holiday Inn in Nashua (Killarney's Pub). Share stories, bring your latest QRP accomplishments, sell what you don't want, BUY what others are selling and simply get out and welcome SPRING at its finest.
CIRCLE YOUR CALENDARS AND TIE A RIBBON ON YOUR FINGER NOT TO MISS THE NE QRP LUNCHEON MARCH 29TH IN NASHUA. AGAIN, IT WILL BE HELD AT THE HOLIDAY INN (KILLARNEY'S PUB) AT NOON. COME EARLY FOR A MEET-N-GREET AND RENEW OLD ACQUAINTANCES MOMENT.
What comes to mind around July 4th? Perhaps a warm Summer day and a barbeque in the back yard with family and friends, right? Well, that is still 6 months off, but, the New England low-power enthusiasts started a tradition last year. It was a break from the Winter doldrums and an outing together with fellow brethren in our little niche (QRP) in the hobby of Amateur Radio. What is it you might ask? ...
Thanks to you folks back on the East Coast, Portales, NM is now the QTH of another NEScaf on the air. Took me about a week to round up a project box and a few odds and ends to round out the project and a few hours of enjoyable soldering/wiring. I've run several audio filters over the years and the NEScaf is on the money for CW - turns my TT Pegasus into a FB cw machine.
The February meeting was sensational as many people from far distances came to the Holiday Inn at Killarney's Pub in Nashua, NH to celebrate the dawning of a new QRP radio year. In addition to the sunshine, snow lay on the ground and a cold bite permeated the air, but these were mitigated by the comradery and warmth among those attending our "spring" meeting. A complete photo album of smiling faces, with thanks to our faithful photographer Bob Schmeichel - N1RXV, is viewable at n1rxv.com.