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ready to give up on QRP

Discussion in 'QRP Corner' started by KI4QYI, Jul 24, 2019.

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  1. W5BIB

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    In addition to the Reversebeacon.net site,... You can go to these sites & actually HEAR yourself:

    KFS WebSDR - 69.27.184.62:8901

    K3FEF WebSDR in NE Pennsylvania - K3FEF.com:8901

    Northern Utah WebSDR #1, #2, or #3 - www.sdrutah.org


    dit dit
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2019
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  2. K0UO

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    QRO
     
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  3. KI4IO

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    Hard to know what's going on with 200' feet of coax. I'd try some open wire feed with the 80 meter antenna. It'll work on all bands with probably less loss than your coax.

    Jerry
    KI4IO
    Warrenton, VA
     
  4. W1AJO

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    Thank you ! More gems there - Enjoying Radio:

    http://dpnwritings.nfshost.com/ej/
     
    Last edited: Aug 21, 2019
  5. W1AJO

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    What is your "old SG" ? I am not familiar with it.

    Thanks!
     
  6. KM4DYX

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    SGC SG-2020. No longer in production:

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  7. N8AFT

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    AL ; Those are rare rigs!
    Glad you got yerself a good'n!

    Ummmm, Whar's The Key OM?
    U caint talk with ol' Laner without a key ya know! :p
     
    Last edited: Aug 21, 2019
  8. WB2WIK

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    "Why run QRP when a kilowatt will do?":)
     
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  9. KM4DYX

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    How bout this French military J-45 I just scored:

    J45.jpg
     
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  10. KK6YAE

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    I talked with a couple guys in Texas the other day on 27 mhz AM. I was running 4 or 5 watts, and so were they. I assume 10 meters was open as well, but as someone near the beginning of the thread pointed out, since not many people are listening on 10 meters, hardly ever, no one was around the state of Texas to hear me calling CQ on 28.400 USB. If they were, we would have had a nice QSO with 5 watts. I just went back to CB land, and drummed up some non sense for a bit..
     

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