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Nuts & Volts Magazine (October 2017)

Going All The Way With QRP

By Louis E. Frenzel    View In Digital Edition  


QRP radio is a fun and challenging ham radio niche that focuses on radio communications using low power transmitters, and involving antenna choices, propagation conditions, frequency of operation and receiver sensitivity.

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Corrections

The top part of this schematic (Figure 4) was inadvertently cut off in the October article. Here is the complete diagram.



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