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  • Larry Makoski
    Are you chained to your QRP KiloWatt ? Have you ever wanted to try milliWatting but were afraid that it might be too hard, or perhaps too frustrating; or
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 4, 2007
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      Are you chained to your "QRP KiloWatt"? Have you ever wanted to try
      milliWatting but were afraid that it might be too hard, or perhaps too
      frustrating; or just plain futile? This Sunday evening the Flying Pigs
      Amateur Radio Club International will be holding a special milliWatt Run
      For The Bacon! This is your chance to see just exactly what less than a
      Watt can do! This challenging, and perhaps eye opening, two hour QRP
      CW Sprint, which is open to ALL radio amateurs, will last from 9:00 -
      11:00PM EDT (0100-0300 UTC Monday).

      It will work EXACTLY like a normal RFTB with one important exception -
      you MUST run less that 1 Watt of power!

      You may work stations once per band on 160, 80, 40, 20, 15 or 10
      Meters. Suggested starting frequencies are 1.812, 3.562, 7.044, 14.062,
      21.062, and 28.062 MHz.

      The exchange is RST, S/P/C (State, Province, Country) and Flying Pigs
      membership number. If you're not a member of the Flying Pigs, and would
      like to be; then please click on the "membership" hyperlink on
      .http://www.gentzow.com/fpqrp/ Otherwise, non-members can just use
      their output power figure.

      You can report your score via the Autolog page which can be found at :
      http://gentzow.com/fpqrp/autolog.asp
      or you can mail your logs to the address given on the Autolog page. The
      deadline for logs is August 12th at 2400 UTC.

      Hope to catch you on the air Sunday evening - who will be named the "Top
      Piglet of the Sty"?

      --
      73 de Larry W2LJ
      QRP - When you care to send the very least!

      http://www.w2lj.qrpradio.com
      http://w2lj.blogspot.com/
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