QRP from home - what are you running?

Discussion in 'QRP Corner' started by KC3RN, Jan 10, 2020.

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  1. W4DIP

    W4DIP Ham Member QRZ Page


    Ten Tec Rebel on 40M controlled by HRD and keyed by the straight key or the keyboard (there is a Mortty hidden behind the keyboard). There's also a QCX+ under construction on the workbench.

    40M dipole oriented N/S but only 30 feet high - the best I can do in the current QTH.
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2020
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  2. RW9RN

    RW9RN Ham Member QRZ Page

    my favorite QRP radio is QCX 20 m from QRP-Labs.
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  3. W1VKE

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  4. W7HV

    W7HV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Usually an Elecraft K1 or K2 that I built ~20 years ago. Much less frequently, an SST or Rockmite (with Mini Boots) also built around that time. I also just turn the big rigs down to </= 5W.
  5. N2DTS

    N2DTS Ham Member QRZ Page

    I love little rigs.
    The G1M works GREAT!
    So does the Hermes Lite 2.
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  6. W7HV

    W7HV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Never mind. For some reason my image links aren't working.
  7. WN1MB

    WN1MB XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Try again using the "upload a file" button in the bottom right corner of the screen.
  8. W7HV

    W7HV Ham Member QRZ Page

    TNX. Looks like it works as an attachment. How do I put a pic in a post?

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  9. W7HV

    W7HV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Here' they are open.

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  10. N8AFT

    N8AFT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Been on the Viking II the TS-570 or 830 lately for 30-40 es 80m.
    Turn down the output, lighten up on the loading to fine adjust to 5w or less...
    CW of course! ;)

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