Discussion in 'QRP Corner' started by N0FN, Feb 7, 2018.
Thank you Neil. Does this include tube gear or just SS?
There is a Wiki page on QRP rigs, however, it both greatly out date and has very little info on the individual rigs. N0FNs list has more info but is limited to currently marketed hardware.
Thanks Neil...I am going to send you a list of QRP rigs from the Rich Arland book with as much info as the book offers on each rig. If you could add these to your data base perhaps others could update the missing info. I would definitely love to help with footwork in finding appropriate data for these rigs. At the moment I like your spreadsheet format.
There are lots of used rigs both at ham shows and here on the Zed that show up. It would be nice to have a list showing what the rigs are capable of.
I have already gotten a suggestion via email, so keep them coming.
Carl, I think that tube gear that is still regularly available on the used market is very reasonable to include (HW-8, etc?).
Did you receive my list if QRP rigs? If so I'll start looking up more individual rig info and send to you also.
I noticed a Wilderness Radio Norcal 40 for sale on this website today....one of the vintage rigs on my list sent to you. It was certainly priced right...however it is a single band rig. It has received good reviews on eHam.
Another one - All-band HF direct conversion transceiver QRPver DC-3001 Minion Mini
That already exists here:
Looks like the list could use some updating.
There is something about that I like. It really does not sound bad either. Have you ever used one?
Wow...lots of features for a such a low price rig. And it looks like they have quite a few other products.
Never heard of QRPver. Where are they? Have they been around long?
Nothing on their web page locates them. From the English usage and reference to Odesssa Group I suspect it is a Russian outfit..but that's just my guess.
Anyone had any experience with QRPver?