Friday, June 1, 2012
MAY LOG BOOK
Most have been in the 300-500 mile range and several have been QRP stations. I intend to work many more like these as I've become numb to "quick handshakes" from long range, super power stations with massive antenna's. I find it almost mundane and with little challenge or fun. Lets face it; with my simple station, all the work is on the other station.
It's nice to talk to hams in towns I've often traveled through on trips to New York and North Carolina. I find it challenging to work weak stations that can be worked only on the peaks as they dip in and out of the noise. It makes the other station very happy too.
My favorite club is the North American QRP CW Club. They sent out request for newsletter stories about operating in the field. I wrote a 800 word article which should appear in the next issue. It can be read from their website link on the right side of this blog. The NAQCC club members are all QRP CW operators. In my opinion, the cream of the crop on the bands today.
Posted by Jspiker at 7:58 AM