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About the New England QRP Club

The New England QRP Club is where... "The excitement is building...."

But we love to operate, too. And we enjoy eyeballs, as well.

Membership

John Griswold, KK1X, is the Membership Coordinator for the New England QRP Club. If you are interested in joining the club, please email John at kk1x AT kk1x.net with "NEQRP Membership" in the subject line.

Meetings

The New England QRP Club annual meeting is held at ARRL headquarters or Boxboro in alternate years. We have an informal wintertime luncheon, lately in Nashua, New Hampshire. Many members congregate at Lobstercon in July.

Email List Server

An email list server has been established to enhance communications among members of the New England QRP Club. Click for more information.

Club Officers and Contacts

Club Administration

Dennis Marandos K1LGQ, 11 S Main St, Brookline NH 03033, 603-672-4665

Treasurer

Paul Kranz W1CFI, 51-D Airpark Drive, East Falmouth MA 02536

Membership

John Griswold KK1X

News Coordinator

John Forrest WB1HBE, 37 Barton Hill Rd, Chelmsford MA 01824

Webmaster

Scott Richardson N1AIA, 29 Knox Lane, Berwick ME 03901

NEQRP Logo

That handsome and evocative NEQRP logo emerged from the hand of architect Jack Frake, W1IU (ex-NG1G), who drew it when he and two other guys (Jim Fitton, W1FMR, and John Collins, KN1H) were starting the club in the 1980s.

Comments

Hello my name is Tom and I recently rebuilt my Heathkit HW-99, 80-40-15 and 10m cw rig. I also added the SP-9(speaker)HFT-9(tuner)HM-9 meter.It is a realy nice looking station.

Now I need to make contacts.

Anyone up for a sched? 

AB1GF

Hi Tom,

 

I have an HW-9 with the same speaker, tuner, and meter you have. I could do a sked, I can usually hit New England from Eastern PA on 40 or 80. Evenings are good from about 8 to 10, minus Thursdays. Let me know what works for you!

 

73,

Bob, WB3T