Re: 10 to 50 milliwatt transceivers

Mike Czuhajewski

An easy modification would be to put an attenuator between the output of the transmitter low pass filter and T/R switch. It just takes a few resistors. Don't put it in line with the antenna, though, or you'll lose some signal on receive. 

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From: bigusmith via <bigusmith@...>
Sent: Fri, Oct 2, 2020 11:03 am
Subject: [4SQRP] 10 to 50 milliwatt transceivers

Are there any kits or construction plans for a QRPp transceiver in the 10 - 50 milliwatt category?  In the alternative, maybe some ways to modify existing QRP rigs, such as "Pixie", "Frog Sounds", they will work at those power output levels (merely reducing the voltage powering the rig doesn't seem to work very well).

Ideas and suggestions from QRPp'ers more technologically astute than this lid are most welcome.

KA5NLY, Arkansas

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