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Re: Listening on 7.121

Bry Carling <af4k@...>
 

I am listening now on 7121 - 7122.


AF4K




From: 4sqrp@... <4sqrp@...> on behalf of ka8onw@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2017 8:44 PM
To: 4sqrp@...
Subject: [4sqrp] Listening on 7.121
 
 

I'm listening now on 7.121



Re: CQ CQ 7.121

Tom Sevart
 

On 02/25/17 04:42, Bry Carling wrote:
Tom please post your call sign any time you post a CQ notice so we know
who to listen for! There were many stations on around 7120 - 7122 last
night!


Bry, WN4NRR
Sorry, usually it's in my signature when I send email from my laptop but I sent that from my phone.


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Listening on 7.121

m p
 

I'm listening now on 7.121



Re: QRV now with Bayou Jumper

m p
 

What Freq?

MARK
KA8ONW



From: "groups@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...>
To: 4sqrp@...
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2017 7:45 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] QRV now with Bayou Jumper

 
Be here for a little bit.

Chip
AE5KA



QRV now with Bayou Jumper

random.path
 

Be here for a little bit.


Chip

AE5KA


Send a "get well" QSL card to Ken Louks (WA8REI)

Woody Hester
 

For those who have not heard, Ken Louks (WA8REI) is recovering from another stroke.  He is unable to send, and receive e-mail and asked that I send along his regards to his fellow QRPers.  His mailing address is:


Ken Louks

C/O HealthSource

3340 Hospital Road

Saginaw, MI. 48603


Ken believes he will be at this address for 1 - 2 more weeks and isn't sure where he will be after that.  His home address is good on QRZ.Com for anyone who wants to send a card or note there.  Thank you! / Woody / WD9F


Re: Sent usps money order

Marty Lifgren
 

There's also a bayou jumper group.


On Sat, Feb 25, 2017 at 12:56 PM, Everett Catlin everettcatlin@... [4sqrp]
<4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

Hi Jim

Sent an order off for a Bayou Jumper hope to be joing ranks soon

72 Ev
n5mzx

I hope I just sent this to you not list
Don't know a thing about this e mail stuff


Sent usps money order

Everett Catlin <everettcatlin@...>
 

Hi Jim

Sent an order off for a Bayou Jumper hope to be joing ranks soon

72 Ev
n5mzx

I hope I just sent this to you not list
Don't know a thing about this e mail stuff


Re: CQ CQ 7.121

Bry Carling <af4k@...>
 

Tom please post your call sign any time you post a CQ notice so we know who to listen for! There were many stations on around 7120 - 7122 last night!


Bry, WN4NRR




From: 4sqrp@... <4sqrp@...> on behalf of Tom S tmsevart@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2017 7:28 PM
To: 4sqrp@...
Subject: [4sqrp] CQ CQ 7.121
 
 

Calling CQ on 7121 right now.


EZ Keyer 2i

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Ge all:
Just a short note to let the group know we have 
Plenty of the new EZ keyer internal keyers in stock.

They have all of the features of their big brother but in a nice small foot print that can be mounted inside your Qrp rigs.

We have two versions, thru hole and a very small  SMD version for those of you that would like to try a SMD kit!

Shipped to your door for $22.67 in the US, a little bit more for Canada and DX.

Hope to see everyone at Ozarkcon!
Thanks, 72
Johnny AC0BQ 




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Re: Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver

Wayne Dillon
 

John,
If there is no interest then I would gladly offer the cost of shipping them. Your call, es thanks.
72/3 es God Bless de Wayne - NQ0RP

On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 9:39 AM, 'John R. Lonigro' jonigro@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

Joe:

If you are going to Ozarkcon, I've got 3 16F88 PICs that are brand new, which I will never use.  You are welcome to them, if you want them.

If Joe is NOT going to Ozarkcon or doesn't want them, I can bring them with me to Ozarkcon for anyone who wants them. 

As you might gather, my goal here is NOT to spend money on postage just to get rid of these chips.  I haven't checked the price of them lately, but I suspect they cost less than what shipping would be.

Anyway, if anyone expresses interest in them, I'll bring them along with me to Ozarkcon.  Otherwise, I'll leave them at home.

72,

John, AA0VE


On 02/24/2017 09:21 AM, 'Joe' n4yg@... [4sqrp] wrote:
 

This is the little rig. I designed and built a frequency display for a Heathkit HW-32a single bander several years. I made a new circuit board (very simple)  and made some simple revisions to the PIC 16F88 firmware and it works very will with this rig. If anyone else is interested, I can provide programmed chips and detalis and you can have one for only a few bucks.
 
Joe, N4YG
 
 
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 7:49 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver
 
 

Hi again Joe,

There was an SW-40 before the SW-40+
Written up in Nov 1994 QST
Might be worth comparing.

Another rig of similar architecture is the NorCal 40A
http://www.n5dux.com/ham/files/pdf/NorCal%2040A%20Transceiver%20-%20Manual.pdf

Jim, N5IB





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Re: Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver

keith ford
 

That is a nice looking piece of gear!  I was also interested in pics, but the initial cash outlay was not in the hobby budget.  

On Friday, February 24, 2017, 09:21, 'Joe' n4yg@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:

 

This is the little rig. I designed and built a frequency display for a Heathkit HW-32a single bander several years. I made a new circuit board (very simple)  and made some simple revisions to the PIC 16F88 firmware and it works very will with this rig. If anyone else is interested, I can provide programmed chips and detalis and you can have one for only a few bucks.
 
Joe, N4YG
 
 
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 7:49 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver
 
 

Hi again Joe,

There was an SW-40 before the SW-40+
Written up in Nov 1994 QST
Might be worth comparing.

Another rig of similar architecture is the NorCal 40A
http://www.n5dux.com/ham/files/pdf/NorCal%2040A%20Transceiver%20-%20Manual.pdf

Jim, N5IB


Re: Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver

John Lonigro
 

Joe:

If you are going to Ozarkcon, I've got 3 16F88 PICs that are brand new, which I will never use.  You are welcome to them, if you want them.

If Joe is NOT going to Ozarkcon or doesn't want them, I can bring them with me to Ozarkcon for anyone who wants them. 

As you might gather, my goal here is NOT to spend money on postage just to get rid of these chips.  I haven't checked the price of them lately, but I suspect they cost less than what shipping would be.

Anyway, if anyone expresses interest in them, I'll bring them along with me to Ozarkcon.  Otherwise, I'll leave them at home.

72,

John, AA0VE


On 02/24/2017 09:21 AM, 'Joe' n4yg@... [4sqrp] wrote:
 

This is the little rig. I designed and built a frequency display for a Heathkit HW-32a single bander several years. I made a new circuit board (very simple)  and made some simple revisions to the PIC 16F88 firmware and it works very will with this rig. If anyone else is interested, I can provide programmed chips and detalis and you can have one for only a few bucks.
 
Joe, N4YG
 
 
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 7:49 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver
 
 

Hi again Joe,

There was an SW-40 before the SW-40+
Written up in Nov 1994 QST
Might be worth comparing.

Another rig of similar architecture is the NorCal 40A
http://www.n5dux.com/ham/files/pdf/NorCal%2040A%20Transceiver%20-%20Manual.pdf

Jim, N5IB



Re: Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver

Joe <n4yg@...>
 

This is the little rig. I designed and built a frequency display for a Heathkit HW-32a single bander several years. I made a new circuit board (very simple)  and made some simple revisions to the PIC 16F88 firmware and it works very will with this rig. If anyone else is interested, I can provide programmed chips and detalis and you can have one for only a few bucks.
 
Joe, N4YG
 
 

Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 7:49 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver
 
 

Hi again Joe,

There was an SW-40 before the SW-40+
Written up in Nov 1994 QST
Might be worth comparing.

Another rig of similar architecture is the NorCal 40A
http://www.n5dux.com/ham/files/pdf/NorCal%2040A%20Transceiver%20-%20Manual.pdf

Jim, N5IB


Re: Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver

Jim, N5IB
 

Hi again Joe,

There was an SW-40 before the SW-40+
Written up in Nov 1994 QST
Might be worth comparing.

Another rig of similar architecture is the NorCal 40A
http://www.n5dux.com/ham/files/pdf/NorCal%2040A%20Transceiver%20-%20Manual.pdf

Jim, N5IB


Re: Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver

Joe <n4yg@...>
 

Thanks Jim. Very helpful. II t turns out that this one is almost a 40+, but not quite. The block diagram for the two would be identical, but the circuit implementation differs quite a bit. Thanks so much for the response.
 
Joe, N4YG
 

Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2017 6:20 PM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Newbie - Looking For Info on 40m QRP CW Transceiver
 
 

That rig might be a Manhattan build of the Small Wonder Labs SW-40+ designed by Dave Benson (K1SWL)

Some years back there was an on-line tutorial on the QRP-L on Manhattan constructions where folks built up the rig in stages, I think Jim Kortge and Chuck Adams might have headed it up.

I built mine for 30 meters instead. I'll post a picture - which may or may not look similar - depends on the builder.

If this is indeed the rig, then the schematics are available at an archive site of the Small Wonder Labs documentation at http://smallwonderlabs.qrpradio.org/

Jim, N5IB


Re: OT: Question about using NESCAF filter with TT Orion

Roy Parker
 

Try your external speakers using this jack and see if there is a volume control setting that works. 

On Thu, Feb 23, 2017 at 7:54 pm, 'Steve Ireland' vk6vz@... [4sqrp]
<4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

G’day
 
I want to connect up my North East QRP NESCAF audio filter to my Ten Tec Orion II and am wondering about the best way to do this. 
 
Instead of using the standard headphones or external speaker jacks (both of of which currently have devices connected to them), I was wondering about using the Orion’s Line Out jack. This gives 600 ohm impedance and can be selected to to give either 1V peak to peak, 0.5V peak to peak or 0.25V peak to peak.
 
Any suggestions as to which to use/any other suggestions would be much appreciated.
 
Vy 73
 
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Re: OT: Question about using NESCAF filter with TT Orion

Bill Cromwell
 

Hi Steve,

The NEScaf has an internal adjustment to set the level of the internal audio amp so that the volume remains about the same whether it is on or off. Apparently you won't be using it if it is off (bypassed). I would suggest you try it with the lowest level on the lineout and increase it if and as needed.

73,

Bill KU8H

On 02/23/2017 08:54 PM, 'Steve Ireland' vk6vz@arach.net.au [4sqrp] wrote:

G’day
I want to connect up my North East QRP NESCAF audio filter to my Ten Tec Orion II and am wondering about the best way to do this.
Instead of using the standard headphones or external speaker jacks (both of of which currently have devices connected to them), I was wondering about using the Orion’s Line Out jack. This gives 600 ohm impedance and can be selected to to give either 1V peak to peak, 0.5V peak to peak or 0.25V peak to peak.
Any suggestions as to which to use/any other suggestions would be much appreciated.
Vy 73
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OT: Question about using NESCAF filter with TT Orion

Steve Ireland <vk6vz@...>
 

G’day
 
I want to connect up my North East QRP NESCAF audio filter to my Ten Tec Orion II and am wondering about the best way to do this. 
 
Instead of using the standard headphones or external speaker jacks (both of of which currently have devices connected to them), I was wondering about using the Orion’s Line Out jack. This gives 600 ohm impedance and can be selected to to give either 1V peak to peak, 0.5V peak to peak or 0.25V peak to peak.
 
Any suggestions as to which to use/any other suggestions would be much appreciated.
 
Vy 73
 
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Re: CQ CQ 7.121

Curt
 

Hrd u 559 n TX among the 59 Spanish language SSB.  Answered with 4W fm Bayou Jumper , no joy.  72 Curt KB5JO

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