Date   

Re: My KX2 arrived

Charles W. Powell
 

It’s a great radio.  It’s ever so slightly confusing when you also have a KX3, but that’s why I have a copy of the manual on my laptop and iPad.  The tuner is nothing short of amazing.  It will match a hairpin, if you plug it in.  Try a 1:1 current balun with the doublet.  You will limit your losses even more.  A good 1:1 balun design has negligible loss, but a 4:1 can have considerable loss.  Not a big deal at 100 watts but a huge deal at 5 watts.

Have fun. I sure do!

72,

Chas - NK8O


On Aug 13, 2016, at 10:38 PM, psmith61@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:


My KX2 arrived yesterday afternoon and I have been reading and fiddling with my new rig. MAN there ar ea lot of functions. I am learning though. It is a cool radio. I LOVE! the ATU. I am not sure if it is needed but I am hooked up to my 80 meter doublet with a 4-1 balun and it tunes every where I have put the radio on. I am going to the square tomorrow to try a few other antennas. should be fun. I have been able to make a couple qsos so I am tickled.

 Thanks for letting me crow.

de Paul N0NBD




My KX2 arrived

Paul Smith
 

My KX2 arrived yesterday afternoon and I have been reading and fiddling with my new rig. MAN there ar ea lot of functions. I am learning though. It is a cool radio. I LOVE! the ATU. I am not sure if it is needed but I am hooked up to my 80 meter doublet with a 4-1 balun and it tunes every where I have put the radio on. I am going to the square tomorrow to try a few other antennas. should be fun. I have been able to make a couple qsos so I am tickled.

 Thanks for letting me crow.

de Paul N0NBD


Re: Help with 4S-Tuner

ag1p@...
 

GE Ken,

 

3 things to consider -

 

1) Make sure it isn’t a 3-position switch.  If it is, make sure switch is thrown all the way over.

2) Check the solder joints on the jumper that crosses the two lugs on the switch closest to the edge of the board. 

3) Putting too much heat on a lug when soldering and melting the case which requires a new switch.

 

Hope this helps

 

72 - Ron - AG1P


OT: New supply of 12V 17AH batteries

Jim Sheldon
 

I just received a set of 16 Panasonic LC RD1217P valve regulated, medical grade, 12 volt, 17 Amp hour SLA batteries. These are next to new and are pulls from a portable X-Ray machine. The particular hospital changed maintenance contractors not too long after they were installed. The new contractor required the equipment to have all new batteries at the beginning of the contract so these were pulled and disposed of to my battery supplier.

They are too heavy to ship but are available to anyone willing to pick them up in the Wichita area. Allied Radio sells them for $106.00, Amazon has them for $63.00 but I'm allowed to make them available to area hams for $20 each or two for $30. This will be the only price break though and a case of 4 would be $60.
There are 4 cases available at these prices.

These will be fully tested like new and fully charged, ready to use. They can be charged with just about any standard 12 volt charger.

Interested persons contact me off the reflector please - w0eb@cox.net. Any not sold by the end of September will be at the Wichita hamfest.

Jim, W0EB



Sent from my iPad


Re: Help with 4S-Tuner

deadgoose@...
 

Usually, there is a jumper across one end (the "out" position) wires on the center (wiper) pairs go to input and output jacks of the tuner. Remaining two contacts (other end of the switch) go to the tuner in/out.

73 /paul W3FIS


SSS is this Sunday

John Lonigro
 

For full details, go to www.qrpcontest.com and select 4 States QRP Contest.

Time: 7:00-9:00 PM (0000Z - 0200Z Monday)

Scoring: Just go to www.qrpcontest.com, select 4 States QRP Contest, and enter your data.

72,

John, AA0VE

4SQRP Contest Coordinator


Help with 4S-Tuner

Ken Harthun
 

Hello!

I recently built the antenna tuner and in one way, it works great. But I think I goofed on something: it only works with the in/out switch in the "in" position. After I tune up, if I switch it to "out," all the signals disappear. I think I wired the switch wrong. Anyone else had this problem and can tell me what's wrong? If not, I'll figure it out, but I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask since I'm probably not the only one who has had this problem.

Thanks, de Ken W4KGH


Re: youth activities & elmering

Walter - K5EST
 

Thank you Dave, for making that young lady's day. Seems that if the new folks will get on the air, we have a good chance of creating an active Ham.

That's real Ham Radio, Dave!

73.... Walter . K5EST
Operating the Trio KX1, KX2, KX3


On Aug 11, 2016 1:34 PM, "David Martin davemrtn@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

Just had a short QSO with a young girl on a club station in Menominee
Mi. 'K8DAR'

Freq - 14.270MHz USB

If you have a microphone get on your radio and answer her CQ.

She asked for a QSL Card and I immediately put one in the mail.

--
David Martin - NA1MH - Mountain Home, Ar.
-----------------------------------------
If the Democrats want to get rid of guns because all lives matter,
Then we must get rid of abortion doctors for the same reason.
Look at the statistics..... http://www.romans322.com/daily-death-rate-statistics.php

Liar Liar "Pants Suit" on Fire !!



youth activities & elmering II

davemrtn
 

I also e-mailed their Elmer thanking him for his efforts elmering the students.



-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: youth activities & elmering
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2016 13:34:42 -0500
From: David Martin
To: 4sqrp@... <4sqrp@...>


Just had a short QSO with a young girl on a club station in Menominee 
Mi.   'K8DAR'

Freq - 14.270MHz USB

If you have a microphone get on your radio and answer her CQ.

She asked for a QSL Card and I immediately put one in the mail.


-- 
David Martin - NA1MH - Mountain Home, Ar.
-----------------------------------------
If the Democrats want to get rid of guns because all lives matter,
Then we must get rid of abortion doctors for the same reason.
Look at the statistics..... http://www.romans322.com/daily-death-rate-statistics.php

Liar Liar "Pants Suit" on Fire !!


youth activities & elmering

davemrtn
 

Just had a short QSO with a young girl on a club station in Menominee Mi. 'K8DAR'

Freq - 14.270MHz USB

If you have a microphone get on your radio and answer her CQ.

She asked for a QSL Card and I immediately put one in the mail.


--
David Martin - NA1MH - Mountain Home, Ar.
-----------------------------------------
If the Democrats want to get rid of guns because all lives matter,
Then we must get rid of abortion doctors for the same reason.
Look at the statistics..... http://www.romans322.com/daily-death-rate-statistics.php

Liar Liar "Pants Suit" on Fire !!


Wed. night PSK 40M Checkins & Net Change.

Dick Hammond
 

KC0IFQ Dennis,  Augusta, KS.
WF2F  Richard, South Bend, IN.
Note:the WQ5RP  40M PSK net is discontinued for the rest of the summer.
I have announced it to the group and will look for ideas and help starting
up in the fall.Thank everyone for your support these last years.
N0TGR  Dick, Augusta, KS  NCS


Seeking Oak Hills Research 500 xcvr

Kenneth Ketner
 

Anybody got one for sale?

73,

Ken Ketner
KA5ELD
PO Box 65135
Lubbock, TX 79464-5135
Sent from my iPad


cw practice net today!

Dale Putnam
 

 

The RMRC will be called today on 14.0625 at 2200z then immediately followed on 7.0625

  It looks like the summer T-shtorms will let up enough today to be able to call it without danger from overhead. Please join us, and we'll practice at your comfy cw speed.


Have a great day,
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy


SSS is this coming Sunday

John Lonigro
 

I know it seems like a long time since the July contest. If you forgot any of the rules, go to QRPContest.com to refresh your memory. The rules are also available on the 4SQRP website. They should be the same (i.e., identical). If you forgot how to log your contacts, go to QRPContest.com to do that.

Every month has its own winner. If you haven't participated all year, your chances of winning in August are the same as anyone else's, assuming you enter the contest. If you don't enter, I guarantee you will lose. Again this month, if you participate at all, I'd like you to enter your score, even if it is ZERO. The only requirement is that you at least listen to the frequencies we generally use for at least 15 minutes. See the rules (QRPContest.com) for a list of frequencies.

New for 2016: There will be no October 4x4 Sprint. Attendance the last couple of years was pathetic, especially in 2015. As a result, for this year only, the winner for the year will be based on scores from November, 2015 to December, 2016. Starting in 2017, the winner for the year will be based on scores from January, 2017 to December, 2017, which makes more sense and is much easier to remember.

I'll will try to send one or two additional reminders. I promise they won't be this long.

72,

John, AA0VE

4SQRP Contest Coordinator


OzarkCon Sponsor Circuit Specialists

Ed Meyer, WG5F
 

Since I obtained products from Circuit Specialists for OzarkCon 2016, they send me regular emails with specials on them. 

Some are pretty neat. 

Here are links to the last couple they've sent to me:


Back-to-School Essentials

 


Simply smart soldering


If you choose to patronize them, be sure and tell them it's partially because of their support to OzarkCon that you are buying from them.

72,

-Ed, WG5F-



Re: 4QRP email blog August #1

Walter - K5EST
 

Hi Tommy, well the publication (4QRP) is technically an unscheduled blog delivered via email.

This type of outlet give a faster news and information. Newsletters are disappearing because of time between publication and since articles and authors are hard pressed to be politically correct or face an outlandish amount of whining complaint emails. Also, the liability of reproduction of someone's webpage for an article is not entirely the webpage owner's right to allow the copying.

We members of the 4SQRP Group do not want any legal proceedings against us for an Internet provider claiming copyrighted webpages and will not easily grant reproduction.

We do have a newsletter Editor and it is his liability and call when to publish.

Thanks for taking the time to email.

73....Walter . K5EST
Operating the Trio KX1, KX2, KX3


On Aug 9, 2016 10:00 AM, "Tommy Gober" <tommy@...> wrote:
So which is it, a blog or an email newsletter?

N5DUX

On Sun, Aug 7, 2016 at 11:55 AM, Walter - K5EST walter.k5est@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

4QRP
The original email blog of the 4SQRP Group -- copyright  2016
 -  August #1 -
Walter - K5EST - Editor

Important......

WT Docket No. 16-239
RM-11708
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING
Adopted:  July 27, 2016                                                 Released:  July 28, 2016
Comment Date:  (60 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
Reply Comment Date:  (90 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
By the Commission:
I. INTRODUCTION
1. In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), we propose, in response to a petition for
rulemaking filed by the American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL),1 to amend Part 97 of the
Commission�s Rules regarding technical standards applicable to data communications that may be
transmitted in the Amateur Radio Service.  Specifically, we propose to remove limitations on the symbol
rate (also known as baud rate)�the rate at which the carrier waveform amplitude, frequency, and/or
phase is varied to transmit information2�applicable to data emissions in certain amateur bands.  We
believe that this rule change will allow amateur service licensees to use modern digital emissions, thereby
better fulfilling the purposes of the amateur service and enhancing its usefulness.
see https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filing/0728122180423
This URL gives you the ability to assess how the NPRM would affect your operations in Ham Radio. Does it make
your station a Ham Station or just a super pricey SWL listening post?
🎌
Heathkit is making noises......again!
This morning in an email, Heathkit is giving an opening as to their offerings. Here is the email body......
snipped....
Dear Heathkit® Insider,

Just a quick note about the newest kit:
  the GC-1006 Most Reliable Clock(tm)

Yes, the much-beloved Heathkit® clocks are back!

Because you are an Insider, we're telling you before we make a general public announcement. We want you to have a chance to obtain a special First Production Run kit while they're available.

Please visit the website for details. More coming soon.

As always, thanks for your enthusiasm and interest in Heathkit®.

Sincerely,
the Heathkit® team
www.heathkit.com | https://shop.heathkit.com/
unsnipped....

🎌
HAM NATION

Share in the excitement and importance of ham radio - from tossing an antenna wire in a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters with hosts Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, Amanda Alden, and Dale Puckett.

Records live every Wednesday at 9:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Pacific / 01:00 UTC.

🎌
LarrysList -- Larry's List of Amateur Radio Hams & Friends
This is an email list that originates from the West Coast of Missouri! Primarily postings from the Kansas City area but don't be fooled, it is like 4SQRP, there are list members from all over and not just KC. Take a peek at the list chatter.
http://list.k0jpr.net/mailman/listinfo/larryslist
🎌

 
4S-Low Pass FilterFeaturing the famous NMØS Spiral coils, it is a None Simpler design, as seen in the NS-40 transmitter. This innovative and highly effective Low Pass Filter (LPF) is a must have for experimeters and those wishing to make sure their rig is legal. It's available in either an 80M or 40M version. The kit includes all the components to finish the build, including a beautiful jet black pcb enclosure - another NM0S hallmark. At 3"x 2"x 3" it will fit easily in your portable operating bag, and on your desk or workbench. It is a quick build, and has been chosen as the build session kit at OzarkCon 2015. 

See...... http://www.4sqrp.com/4slpf.php
🎌

Wednesday night NETS......looks like some of the Wednesday nets are taking a break until around October 1st. Actually if you have the ability to just listes in on 7.122 MHz then you may find Group members just looking for a QSO. If the bands are trashed then it is a perfect time to be building rigs so when Winter gets here, you have a new rig to enjoy!

🎌

If you have current news or activities for 4SQRP Group,
email us at:   4qrpblog@...

72 / 73



Re: 4QRP email blog August #1

Tommy Gober
 

So which is it, a blog or an email newsletter?

N5DUX

On Sun, Aug 7, 2016 at 11:55 AM, Walter - K5EST walter.k5est@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

4QRP
The original email blog of the 4SQRP Group -- copyright  2016
 -  August #1 -
Walter - K5EST - Editor

Important......

WT Docket No. 16-239
RM-11708
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING
Adopted:  July 27, 2016                                                 Released:  July 28, 2016
Comment Date:  (60 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
Reply Comment Date:  (90 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
By the Commission:
I. INTRODUCTION
1. In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), we propose, in response to a petition for
rulemaking filed by the American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL),1 to amend Part 97 of the
Commission�s Rules regarding technical standards applicable to data communications that may be 
transmitted in the Amateur Radio Service.  Specifically, we propose to remove limitations on the symbol
rate (also known as baud rate)�the rate at which the carrier waveform amplitude, frequency, and/or
phase is varied to transmit information2�applicable to data emissions in certain amateur bands.  We
believe that this rule change will allow amateur service licensees to use modern digital emissions, thereby
better fulfilling the purposes of the amateur service and enhancing its usefulness.
see https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filing/0728122180423
This URL gives you the ability to assess how the NPRM would affect your operations in Ham Radio. Does it make
your station a Ham Station or just a super pricey SWL listening post?
🎌
Heathkit is making noises......again!
This morning in an email, Heathkit is giving an opening as to their offerings. Here is the email body......
snipped....
Dear Heathkit® Insider,

Just a quick note about the newest kit:
  the GC-1006 Most Reliable Clock(tm)

Yes, the much-beloved Heathkit® clocks are back!

Because you are an Insider, we're telling you before we make a general public announcement. We want you to have a chance to obtain a special First Production Run kit while they're available.

Please visit the website for details. More coming soon.

As always, thanks for your enthusiasm and interest in Heathkit®.

Sincerely,
the Heathkit® team
www.heathkit.com | https://shop.heathkit.com/
unsnipped....

🎌
HAM NATION

Share in the excitement and importance of ham radio - from tossing an antenna wire in a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters with hosts Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, Amanda Alden, and Dale Puckett.

Records live every Wednesday at 9:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Pacific / 01:00 UTC.

🎌
LarrysList -- Larry's List of Amateur Radio Hams & Friends
This is an email list that originates from the West Coast of Missouri! Primarily postings from the Kansas City area but don't be fooled, it is like 4SQRP, there are list members from all over and not just KC. Take a peek at the list chatter.
http://list.k0jpr.net/mailman/listinfo/larryslist
🎌

 
4S-Low Pass FilterFeaturing the famous NMØS Spiral coils, it is a None Simpler design, as seen in the NS-40 transmitter. This innovative and highly effective Low Pass Filter (LPF) is a must have for experimeters and those wishing to make sure their rig is legal. It's available in either an 80M or 40M version. The kit includes all the components to finish the build, including a beautiful jet black pcb enclosure - another NM0S hallmark. At 3"x 2"x 3" it will fit easily in your portable operating bag, and on your desk or workbench. It is a quick build, and has been chosen as the build session kit at OzarkCon 2015. 

See...... http://www.4sqrp.com/4slpf.php
🎌

Wednesday night NETS......looks like some of the Wednesday nets are taking a break until around October 1st. Actually if you have the ability to just listes in on 7.122 MHz then you may find Group members just looking for a QSO. If the bands are trashed then it is a perfect time to be building rigs so when Winter gets here, you have a new rig to enjoy!

🎌

If you have current news or activities for 4SQRP Group,
email us at:   4qrpblog@...

72 / 73



Looking for an NS-40 board

James Compton
 

Would anyone have an unused NS-40 PCB they'd be willing to part with?  II have all the other parts, so I don't have to have a full kit, although that would be ok also. Hoping maybe someone has either an unbuilt kit or just a board they'd be willing to sell.

Jim, K4JDC


Re: 4QRP email blog August NR 1

WA0ITP
 

FB Walter, tnx much for the blog.
72 WAØITP
I love this radio stuff.
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
On 8/7/2016 7:49 PM, Walter - K5EST walter.k5est@... [4sqrp] wrote:

 
4QRP
The original email blog of the 4SQRP Group -- copyright  2016
 -  August #1 -
Walter - K5EST - Editor

Important......

WT Docket No. 16-239
RM-11708
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING
Adopted:  July 27, 2016                                                 Released:  July 28, 2016
Comment Date:  (60 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
Reply Comment Date:  (90 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
By the Commission:
I. INTRODUCTION
1. In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), we propose, in response to a petition for 
rulemaking filed by the American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL),1 to amend Part 97 of the 
Commission�s Rules regarding technical standards applicable to data communications that may be 
transmitted in the Amateur Radio Service.  Specifically, we propose to remove limitations on the symbol 
rate (also known as baud rate)�the rate at which the carrier waveform amplitude, frequency, and/or 
phase is varied to transmit information2�applicable to data emissions in certain amateur bands.  We 
believe that this rule change will allow amateur service licensees to use modern digital emissions, thereby 
better fulfilling the purposes of the amateur service and enhancing its usefulness.
see https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filing/0728122180423
This URL gives you the ability to assess how the NPRM would affect your operations in Ham Radio. Does it make
your station a Ham Station or just a super pricey SWL listening post?
🎌
Heathkit is making noises......again!
This morning in an email, Heathkit is giving an opening as to their offerings. Here is the email body......
snipped....
Dear Heathkit® Insider, 

Just a quick note about the newest kit: 
  the GC-1006 Most Reliable Clock(tm)

Yes, the much-beloved Heathkit® clocks are back!

Because you are an Insider, we're telling you before we make a general public announcement. We want you to have a chance to obtain a special First Production Run kit while they're available. 

Please visit the website for details. More coming soon.

As always, thanks for your enthusiasm and interest in Heathkit®.

Sincerely,
the Heathkit® team
www.heathkit.com | https://shop.heathkit.com/
unsnipped....
🎌
HAM NATION

Share in the excitement and importance of ham radio - from tossing an antenna wire in a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters with hosts Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, Amanda Alden, and Dale Puckett.

Records live every Wednesday at 9:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Pacific / 01:00 UTC.

🎌
LarrysList -- Larry's List of Amateur Radio Hams & Friends
This is an email list that originates from the West Coast of Missouri! Primarily postings from the Kansas City area but don't be fooled, it is like 4SQRP, there are list members from all over and not just KC. Take a peek at the list chatter.
http://list.k0jpr.net/mailman/listinfo/larryslist
🎌

 
4S-Low Pass FilterFeaturing the famous NMØS Spiral coils, it is a None Simpler design, as seen in the NS-40 transmitter. This innovative and highly effective Low Pass Filter (LPF) is a must have for experimeters and those wishing to make sure their rig is legal. It's available in either an 80M or 40M version. The kit includes all the components to finish the build, including a beautiful jet black pcb enclosure - another NM0S hallmark. At 3"x 2"x 3" it will fit easily in your portable operating bag, and on your desk or workbench. It is a quick build, and has been chosen as the build session kit at OzarkCon 2015.  See...... http://www.4sqrp.com/4slpf.php
🎌
Wednesday night NETS......looks like some of the Wednesday nets are taking a break until around October 1st. Actually if you have the ability to just listes in on 7.122 MHz then you may find Group members just looking for a QSO. If the bands are trashed then it is a perfect time to be building rigs so when Winter gets here, you have a new rig to enjoy!
🎌
If you have current news or activities for 4SQRP Group,
email us at:   4qrpblog@...
72 / 73


4QRP email blog August NR 1

Walter - K5EST
 

4QRP
The original email blog of the 4SQRP Group -- copyright  2016
 -  August #1 -
Walter - K5EST - Editor

Important......

WT Docket No. 16-239
RM-11708
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING
Adopted:  July 27, 2016                                                 Released:  July 28, 2016
Comment Date:  (60 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
Reply Comment Date:  (90 days after date of publication in the Federal Register)
By the Commission:
I. INTRODUCTION
1. In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), we propose, in response to a petition for
rulemaking filed by the American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL),1 to amend Part 97 of the
Commission�s Rules regarding technical standards applicable to data communications that may be
transmitted in the Amateur Radio Service.  Specifically, we propose to remove limitations on the symbol
rate (also known as baud rate)�the rate at which the carrier waveform amplitude, frequency, and/or
phase is varied to transmit information2�applicable to data emissions in certain amateur bands.  We
believe that this rule change will allow amateur service licensees to use modern digital emissions, thereby
better fulfilling the purposes of the amateur service and enhancing its usefulness.
see https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filing/0728122180423
This URL gives you the ability to assess how the NPRM would affect your operations in Ham Radio. Does it make
your station a Ham Station or just a super pricey SWL listening post?
🎌
Heathkit is making noises......again!
This morning in an email, Heathkit is giving an opening as to their offerings. Here is the email body......
snipped....
Dear Heathkit® Insider,

Just a quick note about the newest kit:
  the GC-1006 Most Reliable Clock(tm)

Yes, the much-beloved Heathkit® clocks are back!

Because you are an Insider, we're telling you before we make a general public announcement. We want you to have a chance to obtain a special First Production Run kit while they're available.

Please visit the website for details. More coming soon.

As always, thanks for your enthusiasm and interest in Heathkit®.

Sincerely,
the Heathkit® team
www.heathkit.com | https://shop.heathkit.com/
unsnipped....

🎌
HAM NATION

Share in the excitement and importance of ham radio - from tossing an antenna wire in a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters with hosts Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, Amanda Alden, and Dale Puckett.

Records live every Wednesday at 9:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Pacific / 01:00 UTC.

🎌
LarrysList -- Larry's List of Amateur Radio Hams & Friends
This is an email list that originates from the West Coast of Missouri! Primarily postings from the Kansas City area but don't be fooled, it is like 4SQRP, there are list members from all over and not just KC. Take a peek at the list chatter.
http://list.k0jpr.net/mailman/listinfo/larryslist
🎌

 
4S-Low Pass FilterFeaturing the famous NMØS Spiral coils, it is a None Simpler design, as seen in the NS-40 transmitter. This innovative and highly effective Low Pass Filter (LPF) is a must have for experimeters and those wishing to make sure their rig is legal. It's available in either an 80M or 40M version. The kit includes all the components to finish the build, including a beautiful jet black pcb enclosure - another NM0S hallmark. At 3"x 2"x 3" it will fit easily in your portable operating bag, and on your desk or workbench. It is a quick build, and has been chosen as the build session kit at OzarkCon 2015. 

See...... http://www.4sqrp.com/4slpf.php
🎌

Wednesday night NETS......looks like some of the Wednesday nets are taking a break until around October 1st. Actually if you have the ability to just listes in on 7.122 MHz then you may find Group members just looking for a QSO. If the bands are trashed then it is a perfect time to be building rigs so when Winter gets here, you have a new rig to enjoy!

🎌

If you have current news or activities for 4SQRP Group,
email us at:   4qrpblog@...

72 / 73

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