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Results from QRP Afield 2012

WAØITP takes the top prize this year! Thanks to all 14 competitors who submitted logs.

Special Winter Meeting is February 2, 2013

Groundhog by D. Gordon E. Robertson via Wikimedia CommonsA special winter NE QRP meeting will be held February 2, 2013. Bring your friends, your neighbors, your relatives who know what the New England QRP Club is all about and all of your friends who love QRP and building QRP gear.

2012 Chowdahcon &QRP to the Field

I took part in this event in 2009, and have enjoyed the pictures taken yesterday.  The wind looks much tamer than what it was three years ago when Carl and I hoisted a nice box antenna, but then it was towards the end of the afternoon and no antenna was attached.  A delta or delta conyne kite is better for low-wind condx, and that looks to be what appears  marooned on a pole yesterday.

As for Saturday's QRP to the Field, I decided that 40m's skip distance would best favor my five Watts making it into the Red Flops Nation.  My log shows:

W1PNS/1    1825Z

Industrial grade ESD mat 60x40cm set for protective soldering - experiences

Hi all,

I have to say that I am very satisfied with my Nescaf filter. For its simplicity
the performance is great and it comes to be my favourable toy.
After bad experiences with esd sensitive parts soldering I decided to solve my ESD protection in the kitchen "lab" a bit better...

Website progress report

A (sort of) brief update on website upgrades and improvements.

NEQRP Meeting at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, CT (Saturday, April 21st 2012)

Hello all,

It's been a very busy few months for me, with work, travel, family matters,
etcetera, ... but I'm finally catching-up and getting all the notes together
from our meeting at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut, about 5
weeks ago. Thank you for hanging-in-there with me.

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