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A new day is here with the miniHFPA Class AB1 Amplifier Project. You receive all the circuit boards and parts. The fabricated and finished case including a drilled and tapped heat sink is standard. The miniHFPA design removes technical issues in the construction project. No cables to make, no SMD to solder, no coils or transformers to wind, You download a comprehensive construction manual with step-by-step instructions and pictures along with the theory of operation and testing. We are here to help you have a positive building experience with our email support and safety net service. You are rewarded with a clean more powerful output signal from your QRP transceiver with a good balance between output power, physical size and battery power consumption.

Go to www.hfprojects.com for more information. Download the miniHFPA brochure for more details.

73, K5OOR - Virgil
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Thanks for your support! 73 K5OOR - Virgil

email: vstamps@comcast.net any time or call 281.467.9424
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We ship using US Postal Service Priority Mail anywhere at home and abroad.

HF Projects 5802 Miller Valley Drive Houston TX 77066

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