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Welcome at QRP4Fun!
 
Amateur radio - what's this?
Who I am
Imprint

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News and informations
 
Hiking at the Azores, 14 - 25 May 2014 in German
Turn of the year 2013/2014, 21 December 2013 - 5 January 2014
7th Meeting of QRPer and homebrewer in the Black Forrest, 5 October 2013 in German
Highland, Lochs and Castles - on the way in Scotland, 17 - 30 August 2013 in German
Mountains, snow and a radio station, 12 - 27 January 2013
Hiking in the Principality of Liechtenstein, 14 - 29 July 2012 in German
Around the Brocken - on the way in the Upper Harz, 14 - 29 January 2012 in German
On the way on water-waves and on radio-waves, 16 - 22 July 2011 in German
Chalk, stones, wind und waves - as radio amateur on Rügen, 9 - 25 April 2011 in German
Around of Iceland, 15 - 28 July 2010 in German
At the end of the world, 19 December 2009 - 4 Januar 2010
Wildflowers in the desert of South Africa, 21 August - 5 September 2009
Festival in the old town of Nauen - amateur radio visualized, 9 May 2009 in German
Handicraft weekend in Jessern, 24 - 26 April 2009 in German
Sand and more - Sandsation in Namibia, 14 - 29 March 2008
Andorra - On the way in the Pyrenees, 25 July - 3 August 2007
Between glaciers and geysers - Crosswise by Iceland, 13 - 26 July 2006
Kingdom of Nepal - Under the roof of the world, 23 December 2005 - 6 January 2006 in German
Ireland, the Emerald Island, 25 July - 7 August 2005
3rd Meeting for QRP, Homebrewing and Youth at the Adlersberg, 23 - 25 July 2004 in German
Archiv

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Fascination of QRP and DXing
 
What is QRP operation and what should I consider with it?
Which technical demands required the QRP operation?
Antenna Rules of Thumb by Jim Duffey, KK6MC
Where can I receive assistance?
What are DX stations, how do I find these and how reach I these?
my until now reached DXCC results
Thoughts on Working DX by Jim Duffey, KK6MC
QRP Hall of Fame

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A lot of fun with telegraphy
 
(My) reasons for the use of CW
Structure of a CW character
International CW characters
CW abbreviations
CW rate and PARIS standard

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Glance in the shack
 
QRP Plus by Index Laboratories SSB and CW, until 5 W, 160 to 10 m
Green Mountain 15 by Small Wonder Labs (SWL) CW, 2 W, 15 m
Green Mountain 10 by Small Wonder Labs (SWL) CW, 1.5 W, 10 m
NorCal40A by Wilderness Radio CW, until 3 W, 40 m
NorCal40A by Wilderness Radio CW, until 3 W, modified for 80 m
K2 by Elecraft Basic unit: CW, until 10 W, 80 to 10 m
Spatz by DL-QRP-AG CW, 5 W, 30 m
K1 by Elecraft CW, until 5 W, 4 bands, 40 m, 30 m, 20 m, 17 or 15 m
QRP Automatic Tuner by LDG until 10 W
ZM-2 by Emtech Z-Match: 80 to 10 m, until 15 W
Tuner for multiband Fuchs antenna by Frank Lamprecht, DL7AQT
ZM-4 by Peter Zenker, DL2FI Z-Match: 160 to 10 m, until 15 W
Multiband vertical using the Fibreglass Telescope Tower FTT by Walter Spieth, DK9SQ
MP-1 by Super Antennas and follower HF-P1
Can antenna by Arthur Wenzel, DL7AHW
18 m fibreglas telescope mast by Spiderbeam
Multi-band antenna to use out and about
10 m GFK Mast Mini by DX-Wire
6 m GFK Portable Mast by Lambdahalbe

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Accessory for the station
 
Sealed lead-acid accumulators
Charger for sealed lead-acid accumulator by Egston
NiMH accumulators by Varta
Charger for NiMH accumulators by Basetech
Straight key by Kent Engineers
Squeezer by Kent Engineers
Wabbler by Kent Engineers
Funky - a key using pressure sensors
CWF - finger morse key by Gerd Lienemann, DF9IV
Minkey by Englmar Wenk, DK1WE
Palm Portable Key by Palm Radio
Mini Morse Key by Markus Baseler, DL6YYM (BaMaTech)
Dummy loads so far the eye extends

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Meters, testers, tools and tips
 
Freq-Mite by Small Wonder Labs (SWL) until 32.767 MHz
Digital Frequency Display DFD1 by Almost All Digital Electronics (AADE) until 40 MHz
Frequency counter without current for all frequencies
SWR-Meter for power from 350 mW to 25 W
MFJ-259B by MFJ SWR Analyzer, 1.8 to 170 MHz
L/C Meter IIB by Almost All Digital Electronics (AADE)
WM-2 by Oak Hills Research (OHR) QRP power meter
RF/AF probe by QRPproject for RF/AF voltage and RF/AF power until 30 MHz
FA-NWT by Funkamateur sweeper, sinus-wave generator, power meter, 100 kHz to 160 MHz
FA-SAV by Funkamateur spectrum analyzer, 1 to 75 MHz and 135 to 148 MHz
Noise generator
10 MHz frequency standard with RS-GGO10M-TG
NJ Islander
Step drill
Magnifying glass
Sprat CD-ROM (first edition with issues 1-100)
BNC-to-dual-post adapter
Coil winding - the easy way

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Helpful mathematics
 
Parallel connection of resistors
Attenuators
Power attenuators
Attenuators with minimum loss
Signal splitter with resistors
Band spread with variable capacitors
Resonant circuits
Fuchs network
Match of resistances with LC networks
Match of reactances with LC networks

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Special links
 
QRP clubs
Other QRP stations
QRP equipment and kits
Electronic elements
Antennas and masts

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Software for ham radio operators
 
Spectrogram by Richard Horne AF spectrum
Spectrum Lab by Wolfgang Büscher, DL4YHF AF spectrum
sPlan by Abacom Design of schematic circuit diagrams
Sprint-Layout by Abacom Design of printed circuit boards
Azimuth by Tony Field, VE6YP Beam maps
AZMap by Paul Burton, AA6Z Beam maps
Free Azimuthal Maps by Tom Epperly, NS6T Beam maps
Mini Ring Core Calculator by Wilfried Burmeister †, DL5SWB
NCDXF/IARU International Beacon Network
Beacon schedule for the NCDXF/IARU International Beacon Network
VOACAP propagation predictions
HamQTH by Petr Hlozek, OK2CQR free international callsign directory
QRZ.COM international callsign directory
Buckmaster international callsign directory
SelfHTML documentation of the desgin of webpages
MailWasher Free by Mailwsher and
MailWasher Pro by Firetrust filters out spam from e-mails
AntiVir shield virus
Firefox fast web browser
Thunderbird e-mail program with no frills
Formpost forwarding of formulares via e-mail
Validator of the W3 Consortium error checkup of HTML files and CSS files

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Electronic baubles
 
DCF77 controlled clock by ELV Elektronik

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Food for the soul
 
NewAs with the eye doctor
NewStealth Antenna
I love CW
Number problem
Cleaning
I wish you the time by Elli Michler
Inexhaustible power source
When God created the man by an unknown author
Desiderata by Max Ehrmann

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Logbooks and QSL cards
 
Logbooks
QSL cards

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Guestbook
 
Notes for the guestbook

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