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, or simply enjoy your QRP with our 73.

Like the new site

Hey all, well just found the new website... mighty spiffy! enjoying searching all the new features! Well I think im going to start to try and operate more... Just been so busy! Well about to become a Senior at CHS and KB1NAY will be starting up again! I really hope we can manage to set up a nearly permanent station at CHS and install the tower and beams up there! Well more later!

Updated acidfree

Installed latest version of acidfree, the module that generates the NEQRP Gallery. The update enables shared galleries.

If you would like to allow anyone to submit photos to an album you create (useful when more than one shutterbug attends an event), check the appropriate box on the album's edit page.

Note: Anonymous and authenticated-but-unverified users cannot create albums or submit photos.


WOW - This was a super ARRL convention (August 26-27, 2006) and I am certainly thankful that the New England QRP Club was there. We have two years to make another presentation for the next ARRL convention and to ramp-up our club, projects, kits and wonderful members and show what our stuff is made of! A lot of feedback from those who were there and it's all positive. GREAT! was FUN.



Members of the New England QRP Club

To become a member, or to update your callsign, see About NEQRP.

1 Jim Fitton W1FMR

2 Jack Frake W1IU

3 John Collins KN1H

4 Carl Heidenblad N1CUU

5 Jim Kearman KR1S

6 Dave Benson K1SWL

8 Mark Swartwout NX1K

9 Paul Kranz W1CFI

10 Zack Lau W1VT

12 Greg Algieri WA1JXR

13 Larry Spinak K1CWZ

15 Albert Bates W1XH

16 Robert Wallace W1HH

17 Dan Halbert KB1RT

18 Frank Darmofalski W1FD

20 William Legge NT1R

22 Randy Jones K8ZFJ


The NEQRP is fortunate to meet regularly at ARRL headquarters. Our annual meeting alternates between Newington and Boxboro. The meeting generally convenes in the morning (9 am), followed by a lunch in one of the fine restaurants in downtown Newington, with a wrap up using station W1AW. If you would like to bring YOUR QRP rig to the station's antenna farm, tuck it under your arm and haul it in!

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.


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 with "NEQRP Membership" in the subject line.


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