QRP -- "Shall I decrease power?" "Decrease power."
QRP is both a popular technical and operating challenge. Low power transmitters and transceivers are widely popular construction projects—they can be affordable yet challenging to build. With power efficient modes like CW and PSK31, an skilled operator can work the globe! Many operators have qualified for awards like WAS, WAC, and DXCC, with no more than a QRP rig connected to simple wire antennas.
American QRP Club
The Austin QRP Club
Colorado QRP Club, Inc.
The Eastern Pennsylvania QRP Club
Iowa QRP Club
The MI QRP Club (Michigan)
Minnesota QRP Society
New England QRP Club
New Jersey QRP Club (NJ-QRP)
North American QRP and CW Club
Northern California QRP Club (NORCAL)
North Georgia QRP Club
NOVA-QRP of Northern Virginia
QRP Amateur Radio Club International (QRP-ARCI)
QRP Cheeseheads ARC
Reno QRP Club
Virginia QRP Society
Flying Pigs QRP Club International
WestFLA QRP Club
AE5X - Outdoor QRP
John Harper, AE5X, has a good site for the camper who wants to operate QRP.
K8IQY's Manhattan Madness and 2N2 Homepage
Jim Kortge, K8IQY, has a page with schematics and photos to help you build a nice QRP rig. The 2N2-40 has become a 'classic' and is an ideal next step for kitbuilders wanting to build a real radio from scratch.
The purpose of this site is to maintain good info about QRP, kitbuilding, CW, electronics, and ham radio operation. It has a nice photo gallery.
WD3P - Worked All States QRPp
Larry Cahoon, WD3P, explains the fun of achieving a Worked All States award using QRP power levels. Yes, it can be done.
K3WWP's QRP Page
John Shannon, K3WWP, has a nice page with QRP info, links to clubs, kits, and more. It contains over two dozen links to local and regional QRP Club sites.
This page, written by Dale Holloway, K4EQ, has a wealth of good infomation about QRP.
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