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Re: WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

KF6VCI <kf6vci@...>
 

No 49er collecting dust? No receiver or QCX in a case? No SSB rig for sale?

CONUS shipping. Hope that someone has something for sale!

72,
Chris

On Sun, Oct 20, 2019 at 6:22 AM W6BOW via Groups.Io <DBuckter=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Compelling.

Don
W6BOW  SF  USA


-----Original Message-----
From: KF6VCI <kf6vci@...>
To: main <main@4sqrp.groups.io>
Sent: Thu, Oct 17, 2019 10:23 pm
Subject: Re: [4SQRP] WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

GE Lee, OM

thank you for your kind words! There have been dreadful incidents in this city: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onD5UOP5z_c

72,


On Fri, Oct 18, 2019 at 7:19 AM Leland Lannoye via Groups.Io <w9hifmemoria lstation=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have been promoting the expansion of these little rigs for over a year now. Even in poor areas amateur radio becomes possible and the public service potential is every bit as feasible as the more expensive and exotic equipment. My prayers and regards.
Lee, W9HIF


On Thu, Oct 17, 2019 at 19:21, KF6VCI
<kf6vci@...> wrote:
Hi All

greetings from Dhaka. Most ops have a Chinese made H-T. HF is rare and I only found a single CW op, who has been living imn Finland.

- Hilltopper 20 (if no one sells it, when can we expect for it to besold again)
- a 40 m Receiver - you guys used to sell one.
- QCX transceiver & '5Watter' (40 or 20 for both)
- SSB transceiver, be that a BitX20 or something which is good.

CONUS shipping and I do have Paypal and through a friend, an online payment could be arranged, too.

Am hoping for a fair deal as the local guys are usually struggling financially (many are freelance engineers). No, few are on the normal $ 2 a day salaries paid in the textile industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y9UaLKbZQ0 

72,
Chris 


--
Kind Regards / Mit freundlichen Gruessen

Chris Wagner
+880 189 303 4250, Skype: hs0zfe, LINE and WhatsApp: +66 98 483 7745
Inside Bangladesh: 880 184 7305 146 (I'm using this number to call back)








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Kind Regards / Mit freundlichen Gruessen

Chris Wagner
+880 189 303 4250, Skype: hs0zfe, LINE and WhatsApp: +66 98 483 7745
Inside Bangladesh: 880 184 7305 146 (I'm using this number to call back)







Re: QRPoMeter

Lee Bahr
 

Either will work just fine!

Lee, w0vt

On 10/19/2019 9:12 PM, Aaron Scott via Groups.Io wrote:
I'm building the QRPometer kit and I ran into a minor problem. My kit did not have the C3 capacitor. The C3 cap has a value of 0.001 and has the number 102 stamped on it. In my junk box, I found some caps that have the same value and the 102 stamped on it but it is a little different than the ones that come in the kits.
 
The capacitor on the left is the 102 capacitor that I had in stock. The one on the right is an example of the caps that came in the kit. So I'm wondering if it would be ok for me to use the cap that I found since it has the exact values as the one that is missing in the kit. 
Thank you
'72 
Aaron K5ATG


Re: OT - Groups.IO question

Jim Pruitt
 

Gary,. The storage amount does not matter.  What matters is whether groups.io does the transfer or not.  They move files, photos, and emails if you select those options.  They do not copy attachments.

The free option ending in mid February so it has not been free for a few months.  It is not an automated process for Mark Fletcher (groups.io owner and programmer) although it looks like it to us.

Storage does matter if the group wants or needs more than 1gb.  Premium subscription allows up to 10gb.  If the group drops the subscription after the year then it only gets 1gb and any overage gets deleted.

Jim Pruitt
WA7DUY

On Sat, Oct 19, 2019, 6:29 PM Gary Kohtala via Groups.Io <gary.k7ek=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hmmm. That must be new. When I moved the MultiPSK group to groups.io there was no charge. Perhaps we had less than 1 gb of content. I think anything over 1 gb incurs a charge.

Best regards,

Gary, K7EK

Sent from BlueMail
On Oct 19, 2019, at 20:00, Jim Pruitt <jpruitt67@...> wrote:
Hello Dennis.

First of all,  Groups.io is requiring that the owner of the lists (Y! and GIO) have a premium one year subscription before groups.io will do the automatic copy.  Also please note that it is the GROUP that has to have the premium one year ($110) subscription so each and ever group that gets moved to groups.io has to pay that price so it is not the owner but the group.

Next,  the person that requests the move at groups.io must first create a new group (free at this point) and then GIO has to approve that group (name etc).  Once that is done the group owner can upgrade to premium (or not).  If the owner does get premium subscription for the group then that person has options of what they can request to be transferred.  Let us be perfectly clear though,  if the Yahoo group allowed attachments to messages (usually pictures) that attachments will NOT be copied over to groups.io.  GIO has a setting in the group to allow or not allow attachments.  Most set it to not allow.

Once the GIO group owner requests the copy from yahoo and assuming all available was selected (files, and past messages and member list) then the GIO owner must be an owner or moderator of the Yahoo group being copied or have that person then log into yahoo group and from within that group send a membership invite to transfer@groups.io and then wait.  Once GIO gets that invite and accepts it then the yahoo owner/moderator (must have membership admin rights) must make transfer@groups.io a moderator of the yahoo group.  They do not have to check any of the boxes for moderators so they are basically a moderator in name only with no specific privileges.   Then when Mark Fletcher (Groups.io owner and programmer) gets to your group he will start the transfer process.  It may take a while as yahoo may be finicky and not allow all members to be viewed at one time or may be having trouble with photos and files (like they were 2 days ago).  The owner can go to the groups.io group and see where it is in the process.  Once the transfer is completed groups.io will create accounts for all members of the yahoo group using the email address of their yahoo group membership and send them a message welcoming them to the group and telling them how to set their new password if they are not already groups.io members.

Yes,  Groups.io is charging to COPY those past emails that will be deleted by Yahoo shortly.

If the groups.io owner chooses not to pay for premium (or heaven forbid enterprise) subscription that person can copy files into the file section and copy photos but at this point there is no way for that person to copy any past emails.  Also those files and photos will then be listed as owned by the person that copied them into the files/photos section and not by the person that copied them into the yahoo files/photos section.  Does that matter?  Not to most people but some might object.  The premium membership does the transfer automatically (that is how it looks but it is not all automatic as Mark does have to do quite a bit). It also gives you 1gb storage space for the free group and 10gb for the premium group.  At the end of the year (and not before) the owner can fail to renew and the group reverts to the free group but if storage space (defined as files and photos but not messages) exceeds the 1gb space provided with free membership then anything over 1gb will be deleted and that is a fact that many may not be aware of.

What does premium subscription give you?  Besides the automatic copy of the group including past emails (if selected) it gives the owner the ability to add members manually otherwise the perspective member has to go through the join process or receive an invite and accept it.  Also the owner can add an unlimited number or invite an unlimited number but the free group is limited to so many invites per day (100 I think by the owner or moderator.

Each groups.io group can have multiple owners and it is a good idea to have it that way so that the group does not get orphaned like QRP-L appears to be or like the Kenwood-R5000 yahoo group I am in but can't post since the owner is mia and does not approve any of my posts.  The one problem with multiple owners is that any owner can remove any other owner so it needs to be someone trustworthy.

The default settings for a group are unrestricted membership and that is why some groups when you select the join button will tell you right then that you are now a member with no moderator approval needed.  None of my groups get set up that way!  Mine are restricted so I have to approve each member.  Also with restricted membership the default is first message moderate.  What that means to you is that even if you were a member of a yahoo group and join the same name or similar name groups.io group you will still have to yave your first message approved by the group moderator and after that you are not moderated (unless put on moderation for some reason).

Another subtle point is that there is an option for the owner to make the groups.io group private or public.  They are public by default.  That means that anyone (member not) can read any past message posted and can also search for the group name at groups.io and have it find it.  If the group is private then no one can find the group without being a member of the group and no one can read messages that are not members.  That is a double edged sword.  The problem is that if the owner sets the group to private for any reason then it can never be set back to public!  Ask me how I know.

Groups.io is not moving anything.  They merely copy but with Yahoo deleting everything starting shortly then I would think that people would be glad that old emails can be copied and kept.  There are some high volume groups where those emails are invaluable. 

I hope that answers your question.

Jim Pruitt
WA7DUY


On 10/19/2019 9:55 AM, Dennis Schaefer wrote:

Sorry for the off-topic post - I enjoy reading the posts but don’t take up much bandwidth here....   This would be for an administrator, I guess, and anyone with info can reply to me direct to keep it off the list.

Our administrator for two small groups I’m in tells us that he will have to upgrade to a premium membership in groups.io to migrate the files, pictures, and conversations from Yahoogroups.   These are small groups with very few pictures, no files, and maybe 1000 previous messages.  It seems that if Groups.io is really charging to migrate past messages, people would be yelping about it all over the place.  This is somewhat urgent to us because Yahoo seems to be shutting down fast. Can anyone enlighten me?  

Thanks, 73,
Dennis, W5RZ




Re: nouveau 75 Dave Cripe/Voltage Checks

KM6KJE
 

thank you thank you its a start terry

On Saturday, October 19, 2019, 06:45:45 PM PDT, nm0s_qrp via Groups.Io <ai9e_qrp@...> wrote:


I did a quick check of the power transistors on the main PCB, since the SMT parts are too small to probe safely.  With 12.6v supplied, the transmitter keyed, and no modulation:

       G    D    S
Q3    7.9  9.8  11.7    FQP7P06
Q11   12   0    12      FQP7P06
Q12   5.0  0    0       IRF510

A large deviation from these voltages would indicate damage to the board, or defective component.

The voltages on the daughter board should read (during receive)

Q    E    B    C
Q1  0   .67   1.43
Q2  0   .59      0
Q3  .656  1.17  5.93
Q4  .166  .753   1.57


73 Dave NM0S


QRPoMeter

Aaron K5ATG
 

I'm building the QRPometer kit and I ran into a minor problem. My kit did not have the C3 capacitor. The C3 cap has a value of 0.001 and has the number 102 stamped on it. In my junk box, I found some caps that have the same value and the 102 stamped on it but it is a little different than the ones that come in the kits.
 
The capacitor on the left is the 102 capacitor that I had in stock. The one on the right is an example of the caps that came in the kit. So I'm wondering if it would be ok for me to use the cap that I found since it has the exact values as the one that is missing in the kit. 
Thank you
'72 
Aaron K5ATG


Re: nouveau 75 Dave Cripe/Voltage Checks

nm0s_qrp <ai9e_qrp@...>
 

I did a quick check of the power transistors on the main PCB, since the SMT parts are too small to probe safely.  With 12.6v supplied, the transmitter keyed, and no modulation:

       G    D    S
Q3    7.9  9.8  11.7    FQP7P06
Q11   12   0    12      FQP7P06
Q12   5.0  0    0       IRF510

A large deviation from these voltages would indicate damage to the board, or defective component.

The voltages on the daughter board should read (during receive)

Q    E    B    C
Q1  0   .67   1.43
Q2  0   .59      0
Q3  .656  1.17  5.93
Q4  .166  .753   1.57


73 Dave NM0S


Re: OT - Groups.IO question

Gary E. Kohtala
 

Hmmm. That must be new. When I moved the MultiPSK group to groups.io there was no charge. Perhaps we had less than 1 gb of content. I think anything over 1 gb incurs a charge.

Best regards,

Gary, K7EK

Sent from BlueMail

On Oct 19, 2019, at 20:00, Jim Pruitt <jpruitt67@...> wrote:
Hello Dennis.

First of all,  Groups.io is requiring that the owner of the lists (Y! and GIO) have a premium one year subscription before groups.io will do the automatic copy.  Also please note that it is the GROUP that has to have the premium one year ($110) subscription so each and ever group that gets moved to groups.io has to pay that price so it is not the owner but the group.

Next,  the person that requests the move at groups.io must first create a new group (free at this point) and then GIO has to approve that group (name etc).  Once that is done the group owner can upgrade to premium (or not).  If the owner does get premium subscription for the group then that person has options of what they can request to be transferred.  Let us be perfectly clear though,  if the Yahoo group allowed attachments to messages (usually pictures) that attachments will NOT be copied over to groups.io.  GIO has a setting in the group to allow or not allow attachments.  Most set it to not allow.

Once the GIO group owner requests the copy from yahoo and assuming all available was selected (files, and past messages and member list) then the GIO owner must be an owner or moderator of the Yahoo group being copied or have that person then log into yahoo group and from within that group send a membership invite to transfer@groups.io and then wait.  Once GIO gets that invite and accepts it then the yahoo owner/moderator (must have membership admin rights) must make transfer@groups.io a moderator of the yahoo group.  They do not have to check any of the boxes for moderators so they are basically a moderator in name only with no specific privileges.   Then when Mark Fletcher (Groups.io owner and programmer) gets to your group he will start the transfer process.  It may take a while as yahoo may be finicky and not allow all members to be viewed at one time or may be having trouble with photos and files (like they were 2 days ago).  The owner can go to the groups.io group and see where it is in the process.  Once the transfer is completed groups.io will create accounts for all members of the yahoo group using the email address of their yahoo group membership and send them a message welcoming them to the group and telling them how to set their new password if they are not already groups.io members.

Yes,  Groups.io is charging to COPY those past emails that will be deleted by Yahoo shortly.

If the groups.io owner chooses not to pay for premium (or heaven forbid enterprise) subscription that person can copy files into the file section and copy photos but at this point there is no way for that person to copy any past emails.  Also those files and photos will then be listed as owned by the person that copied them into the files/photos section and not by the person that copied them into the yahoo files/photos section.  Does that matter?  Not to most people but some might object.  The premium membership does the transfer automatically (that is how it looks but it is not all automatic as Mark does have to do quite a bit). It also gives you 1gb storage space for the free group and 10gb for the premium group.  At the end of the year (and not before) the owner can fail to renew and the group reverts to the free group but if storage space (defined as files and photos but not messages) exceeds the 1gb space provided with free membership then anything over 1gb will be deleted and that is a fact that many may not be aware of.

What does premium subscription give you?  Besides the automatic copy of the group including past emails (if selected) it gives the owner the ability to add members manually otherwise the perspective member has to go through the join process or receive an invite and accept it.  Also the owner can add an unlimited number or invite an unlimited number but the free group is limited to so many invites per day (100 I think by the owner or moderator.

Each groups.io group can have multiple owners and it is a good idea to have it that way so that the group does not get orphaned like QRP-L appears to be or like the Kenwood-R5000 yahoo group I am in but can't post since the owner is mia and does not approve any of my posts.  The one problem with multiple owners is that any owner can remove any other owner so it needs to be someone trustworthy.

The default settings for a group are unrestricted membership and that is why some groups when you select the join button will tell you right then that you are now a member with no moderator approval needed.  None of my groups get set up that way!  Mine are restricted so I have to approve each member.  Also with restricted membership the default is first message moderate.  What that means to you is that even if you were a member of a yahoo group and join the same name or similar name groups.io group you will still have to yave your first message approved by the group moderator and after that you are not moderated (unless put on moderation for some reason).

Another subtle point is that there is an option for the owner to make the groups.io group private or public.  They are public by default.  That means that anyone (member not) can read any past message posted and can also search for the group name at groups.io and have it find it.  If the group is private then no one can find the group without being a member of the group and no one can read messages that are not members.  That is a double edged sword.  The problem is that if the owner sets the group to private for any reason then it can never be set back to public!  Ask me how I know.

Groups.io is not moving anything.  They merely copy but with Yahoo deleting everything starting shortly then I would think that people would be glad that old emails can be copied and kept.  There are some high volume groups where those emails are invaluable. 

I hope that answers your question.

Jim Pruitt
WA7DUY


On 10/19/2019 9:55 AM, Dennis Schaefer wrote:

Sorry for the off-topic post - I enjoy reading the posts but don’t take up much bandwidth here....   This would be for an administrator, I guess, and anyone with info can reply to me direct to keep it off the list.

Our administrator for two small groups I’m in tells us that he will have to upgrade to a premium membership in groups.io to migrate the files, pictures, and conversations from Yahoogroups.   These are small groups with very few pictures, no files, and maybe 1000 previous messages.  It seems that if Groups.io is really charging to migrate past messages, people would be yelping about it all over the place.  This is somewhat urgent to us because Yahoo seems to be shutting down fast. Can anyone enlighten me?  

Thanks, 73,
Dennis, W5RZ




My follow up to ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DonD5UOP5z_c

W6BOW
 


Dear all,

My follow up to ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DonD5UOP5z_c


Ham Radio - The RS-918 clone of a clone of an outstanding open source SDR tranceiver


Respectfully,

Don

W6BOW  SF  CA  USA



Re: WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

W6BOW
 

Compelling.

Don
W6BOW  SF  USA


-----Original Message-----
From: KF6VCI <kf6vci@...>
To: main <main@4sqrp.groups.io>
Sent: Thu, Oct 17, 2019 10:23 pm
Subject: Re: [4SQRP] WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

GE Lee, OM

thank you for your kind words! There have been dreadful incidents in this city: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onD5UOP5z_c

72,


On Fri, Oct 18, 2019 at 7:19 AM Leland Lannoye via Groups.Io <w9hifmemoria lstation=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have been promoting the expansion of these little rigs for over a year now. Even in poor areas amateur radio becomes possible and the public service potential is every bit as feasible as the more expensive and exotic equipment. My prayers and regards.
Lee, W9HIF


On Thu, Oct 17, 2019 at 19:21, KF6VCI
<kf6vci@...> wrote:
Hi All

greetings from Dhaka. Most ops have a Chinese made H-T. HF is rare and I only found a single CW op, who has been living imn Finland.

- Hilltopper 20 (if no one sells it, when can we expect for it to besold again)
- a 40 m Receiver - you guys used to sell one.
- QCX transceiver & '5Watter' (40 or 20 for both)
- SSB transceiver, be that a BitX20 or something which is good.

CONUS shipping and I do have Paypal and through a friend, an online payment could be arranged, too.

Am hoping for a fair deal as the local guys are usually struggling financially (many are freelance engineers). No, few are on the normal $ 2 a day salaries paid in the textile industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y9UaLKbZQ0 

72,
Chris 


--
Kind Regards / Mit freundlichen Gruessen

Chris Wagner
+880 189 303 4250, Skype: hs0zfe, LINE and WhatsApp: +66 98 483 7745
Inside Bangladesh: 880 184 7305 146 (I'm using this number to call back)







Re: OT - Groups.IO question

Jim Pruitt
 

Hello Dennis.

First of all,  Groups.io is requiring that the owner of the lists (Y! and GIO) have a premium one year subscription before groups.io will do the automatic copy.  Also please note that it is the GROUP that has to have the premium one year ($110) subscription so each and ever group that gets moved to groups.io has to pay that price so it is not the owner but the group.

Next,  the person that requests the move at groups.io must first create a new group (free at this point) and then GIO has to approve that group (name etc).  Once that is done the group owner can upgrade to premium (or not).  If the owner does get premium subscription for the group then that person has options of what they can request to be transferred.  Let us be perfectly clear though,  if the Yahoo group allowed attachments to messages (usually pictures) that attachments will NOT be copied over to groups.io.  GIO has a setting in the group to allow or not allow attachments.  Most set it to not allow.

Once the GIO group owner requests the copy from yahoo and assuming all available was selected (files, and past messages and member list) then the GIO owner must be an owner or moderator of the Yahoo group being copied or have that person then log into yahoo group and from within that group send a membership invite to transfer@groups.io and then wait.  Once GIO gets that invite and accepts it then the yahoo owner/moderator (must have membership admin rights) must make transfer@groups.io a moderator of the yahoo group.  They do not have to check any of the boxes for moderators so they are basically a moderator in name only with no specific privileges.   Then when Mark Fletcher (Groups.io owner and programmer) gets to your group he will start the transfer process.  It may take a while as yahoo may be finicky and not allow all members to be viewed at one time or may be having trouble with photos and files (like they were 2 days ago).  The owner can go to the groups.io group and see where it is in the process.  Once the transfer is completed groups.io will create accounts for all members of the yahoo group using the email address of their yahoo group membership and send them a message welcoming them to the group and telling them how to set their new password if they are not already groups.io members.

Yes,  Groups.io is charging to COPY those past emails that will be deleted by Yahoo shortly.

If the groups.io owner chooses not to pay for premium (or heaven forbid enterprise) subscription that person can copy files into the file section and copy photos but at this point there is no way for that person to copy any past emails.  Also those files and photos will then be listed as owned by the person that copied them into the files/photos section and not by the person that copied them into the yahoo files/photos section.  Does that matter?  Not to most people but some might object.  The premium membership does the transfer automatically (that is how it looks but it is not all automatic as Mark does have to do quite a bit). It also gives you 1gb storage space for the free group and 10gb for the premium group.  At the end of the year (and not before) the owner can fail to renew and the group reverts to the free group but if storage space (defined as files and photos but not messages) exceeds the 1gb space provided with free membership then anything over 1gb will be deleted and that is a fact that many may not be aware of.

What does premium subscription give you?  Besides the automatic copy of the group including past emails (if selected) it gives the owner the ability to add members manually otherwise the perspective member has to go through the join process or receive an invite and accept it.  Also the owner can add an unlimited number or invite an unlimited number but the free group is limited to so many invites per day (100 I think by the owner or moderator.

Each groups.io group can have multiple owners and it is a good idea to have it that way so that the group does not get orphaned like QRP-L appears to be or like the Kenwood-R5000 yahoo group I am in but can't post since the owner is mia and does not approve any of my posts.  The one problem with multiple owners is that any owner can remove any other owner so it needs to be someone trustworthy.

The default settings for a group are unrestricted membership and that is why some groups when you select the join button will tell you right then that you are now a member with no moderator approval needed.  None of my groups get set up that way!  Mine are restricted so I have to approve each member.  Also with restricted membership the default is first message moderate.  What that means to you is that even if you were a member of a yahoo group and join the same name or similar name groups.io group you will still have to yave your first message approved by the group moderator and after that you are not moderated (unless put on moderation for some reason).

Another subtle point is that there is an option for the owner to make the groups.io group private or public.  They are public by default.  That means that anyone (member not) can read any past message posted and can also search for the group name at groups.io and have it find it.  If the group is private then no one can find the group without being a member of the group and no one can read messages that are not members.  That is a double edged sword.  The problem is that if the owner sets the group to private for any reason then it can never be set back to public!  Ask me how I know.

Groups.io is not moving anything.  They merely copy but with Yahoo deleting everything starting shortly then I would think that people would be glad that old emails can be copied and kept.  There are some high volume groups where those emails are invaluable. 

I hope that answers your question.

Jim Pruitt
WA7DUY


On 10/19/2019 9:55 AM, Dennis Schaefer wrote:

Sorry for the off-topic post - I enjoy reading the posts but don’t take up much bandwidth here....   This would be for an administrator, I guess, and anyone with info can reply to me direct to keep it off the list.

Our administrator for two small groups I’m in tells us that he will have to upgrade to a premium membership in groups.io to migrate the files, pictures, and conversations from Yahoogroups.   These are small groups with very few pictures, no files, and maybe 1000 previous messages.  It seems that if Groups.io is really charging to migrate past messages, people would be yelping about it all over the place.  This is somewhat urgent to us because Yahoo seems to be shutting down fast. Can anyone enlighten me?  

Thanks, 73,
Dennis, W5RZ




OT - Groups.IO question

Dennis Schaefer
 

Sorry for the off-topic post - I enjoy reading the posts but don’t take up much bandwidth here....   This would be for an administrator, I guess, and anyone with info can reply to me direct to keep it off the list.

Our administrator for two small groups I’m in tells us that he will have to upgrade to a premium membership in groups.io to migrate the files, pictures, and conversations from Yahoogroups.   These are small groups with very few pictures, no files, and maybe 1000 previous messages.  It seems that if Groups.io is really charging to migrate past messages, people would be yelping about it all over the place.  This is somewhat urgent to us because Yahoo seems to be shutting down fast. Can anyone enlighten me?  

Thanks, 73,
Dennis, W5RZ


nouveau 75 Dave Cripe

KM6KJE
 

Hi, dave do you have a list of voltages that the transistors are supposed to be I installed the new module and the reception is still bad and on Q1 is there suppose to be connectivity from the middle pin of Q1 to the heatsink or does that matter I know you did not provide an insulator for the heat sink were it bolts in so I am guessing it does not matter thanks terry


Re: FS memory Keyer

Bobby Rolph
 

Thank you Paul. I now have one on order. 73
Bobby

On Friday, October 18, 2019, 11:34 AM, Paul Goemans <wa9pwp@...> wrote:

Bobby,
  Go to E-bay, search for MX-K2 Auto Key CW Morse Code
You will find many for sale!
 
Paul Goemans WA9PWP
Stoughton, WI

 
 
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2019 5:26 PM
Subject: Re: [4SQRP] FS memory Keyer
 
GE Paul do you have a link where we may order the keyer like the one you just sold? 73
Thank you
Bobby



Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPad

On Thursday, October 17, 2019, 12:37 PM, Paul Goemans <wa9pwp@...> wrote:

Sorry sold.
WA9PWP

Sent from Pauls iPhone

On Oct 17, 2019, at 10:58 AM, W6BOW via Groups.Io <DBuckter@...> wrote:


Pa ul,
 
Is your keyer available still?
 
Will purchase if so.
 
Don
W6BOW
 
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Goemans <wa9pwp@...>
To: 4SQRP <4sqrp@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 5:04 pm
Subject: [4SQRP] FS memory Keyer

Hi,
  Selling my small very rugged 2 memory iambic keyer New from China about $20. Case is cool anodized extruded aluminum. Size is 4 x 2 x 1 inch. Runs on internal 2 x AAA cell. Will ship to US address for $10.00.
 
WA9PWP
 
 
 
 
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Hilltopper 40 working great

KB9BVN - <kb9bvn@...>
 

A million thanks to Steve Miller N0SM for building my HT 40 and shipping it to me this week.  I got it yesterday and he even did the audio mods for me.  Fired it up and worked VA3ZB up in Ontario within a couple of minutes.

A million thanks to Four States QRP Group and that all around good guy Dave Benson K1SWL for the design. I really like the little dude (the radio).

Looking forward to taking this with my HT20 to the field and operating outdoors. I blew the dust off my old PAC-12 antenna and I have the station almost ready to go out and play.

Thanks again all y'all!

de KB9BVN
Brian Murrey


Re: FS memory Keyer

Paul Goemans
 

Bobby,
  Go to E-bay, search for MX-K2 Auto Key CW Morse Code
You will find many for sale!
 
Paul Goemans WA9PWP
Stoughton, WI

 
 

From: Bobby Rolph via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2019 5:26 PM
To: main@4SQRP.groups.io
Subject: Re: [4SQRP] FS memory Keyer
 
GE Paul do you have a link where we may order the keyer like the one you just sold? 73
Thank you
Bobby



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On Thursday, October 17, 2019, 12:37 PM, Paul Goemans <wa9pwp@...> wrote:

Sorry sold.
WA9PWP

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On Oct 17, 2019, at 10:58 AM, W6BOW via Groups.Io <DBuckter@...> wrote:


Pa ul,
 
Is your keyer available still?
 
Will purchase if so.
 
Don
W6BOW
 
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Goemans <wa9pwp@...>
To: 4SQRP <4sqrp@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 5:04 pm
Subject: [4SQRP] FS memory Keyer

Hi,
  Selling my small very rugged 2 memory iambic keyer New from China about $20. Case is cool anodized extruded aluminum. Size is 4 x 2 x 1 inch. Runs on internal 2 x AAA cell. Will ship to US address for $10.00.
 
WA9PWP
 
 
 
 
Sent from Pauls iPhone
 
 
 


Keyer

David Wilcox
 

Someone was looking for the $20 Chinese keyer recently. I just found an original 4SQRP EZKEYER kit (original version. Original docs can be seen in the “retired” section of the 4SQRP web site) with printed instructions in my “to be built” drawer. Since I already have built the EZKEYER III I will sell the kit with instructions for $20 including shipping. In perusing the instructions it looks like a full featured keyer without a case. It gives instructions on how to install it in an Altoids tin.....

I should sell the III version as I have other keyers...... anyone tempted? Price to be negotiated.

Please contact me off list if interested at Djwilcox01 at g mail dot com

Dave K8WPE since 1960

David J. Wilcox K8WPE’s iPad


Re: WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

James Shipley
 

In addition to the other kits listed, consider the OzQRP DCT & MDT. Both 40m DSB units with the DCT supporting CW as well.

James,  KK4WXA


On Thu, Oct 17, 2019, 9:19 PM Leland Lannoye via Groups.Io <w9hifmemorialstation=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have been promoting the expansion of these little rigs for over a year now. Even in poor areas amateur radio becomes possible and the public service potential is every bit as feasible as the more expensive and exotic equipment. My prayers and regards.
Lee, W9HIF


On Thu, Oct 17, 2019 at 19:21, KF6VCI
<kf6vci@...> wrote:
Hi All

greetings from Dhaka. Most ops have a Chinese made H-T. HF is rare and I only found a single CW op, who has been living imn Finland.

- Hilltopper 20 (if no one sells it, when can we expect for it to besold again)
- a 40 m Receiver - you guys used to sell one.
- QCX transceiver & '5Watter' (40 or 20 for both)
- SSB transceiver, be that a BitX20 or something which is good.

CONUS shipping and I do have Paypal and through a friend, an online payment could be arranged, too.

Am hoping for a fair deal as the local guys are usually struggling financially (many are freelance engineers). No, few are on the normal $ 2 a day salaries paid in the textile industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y9UaLKbZQ0 

72,
Chris 


Re: WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

KF6VCI <kf6vci@...>
 

Thank you, Lee, OM

Dhaka has had its share of disasters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onD5UOP5z_c 



Re: WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

KF6VCI <kf6vci@...>
 

GE Lee, OM

thank you for your kind words! There have been dreadful incidents in this city: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onD5UOP5z_c

72,


On Fri, Oct 18, 2019 at 7:19 AM Leland Lannoye via Groups.Io <w9hifmemorialstation=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have been promoting the expansion of these little rigs for over a year now. Even in poor areas amateur radio becomes possible and the public service potential is every bit as feasible as the more expensive and exotic equipment. My prayers and regards.
Lee, W9HIF


On Thu, Oct 17, 2019 at 19:21, KF6VCI
<kf6vci@...> wrote:
Hi All

greetings from Dhaka. Most ops have a Chinese made H-T. HF is rare and I only found a single CW op, who has been living imn Finland.

- Hilltopper 20 (if no one sells it, when can we expect for it to besold again)
- a 40 m Receiver - you guys used to sell one.
- QCX transceiver & '5Watter' (40 or 20 for both)
- SSB transceiver, be that a BitX20 or something which is good.

CONUS shipping and I do have Paypal and through a friend, an online payment could be arranged, too.

Am hoping for a fair deal as the local guys are usually struggling financially (many are freelance engineers). No, few are on the normal $ 2 a day salaries paid in the textile industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y9UaLKbZQ0 

72,
Chris 



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Re: WTB: CW and SSB kits to help the ham community in S2

Leland Lannoye
 

I have been promoting the expansion of these little rigs for over a year now. Even in poor areas amateur radio becomes possible and the public service potential is every bit as feasible as the more expensive and exotic equipment. My prayers and regards.
Lee, W9HIF


On Thu, Oct 17, 2019 at 19:21, KF6VCI
<kf6vci@...> wrote:
Hi All

greetings from Dhaka. Most ops have a Chinese made H-T. HF is rare and I only found a single CW op, who has been living imn Finland.

- Hilltopper 20 (if no one sells it, when can we expect for it to besold again)
- a 40 m Receiver - you guys used to sell one.
- QCX transceiver & '5Watter' (40 or 20 for both)
- SSB transceiver, be that a BitX20 or something which is good.

CONUS shipping and I do have Paypal and through a friend, an online payment could be arranged, too.

Am hoping for a fair deal as the local guys are usually struggling financially (many are freelance engineers). No, few are on the normal $ 2 a day salaries paid in the textile industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y9UaLKbZQ0 

72,
Chris 

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