Abstract: QRP is amateur radio-speak for transmitting on low power (5 Watts or less). For some it is a just a challenge, for others it is necessary when the power grid has failed and you are involved in emergency communications. This is an easy to understand introduction to QRP techniques.
Keywords: book review, survival, electronics, QRP, low power, ham radio, amateur radio, communications, applied electronics, shortwave, short-wave.
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Title: W1FB's QRP Notebook, Second Edition
Author: Doug DeMaw
Publisher: American Radio Relay League
Date Published: January 1994
ISBN: 0872593657
LOCN: TK9956.D452 1991
Dewey: 621.3841/6 20
Pages: 174
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Chapter 1: Introduction to QRP

Chapter 2: QRP Construction Methods

Chapter 3: Receivers for QRP

Chapter 4: QRP Transmitters and Techniques

Chapter 5: QRP Accessories

Chapter 6: Technical Bits and Pieces


Author:        DeMaw, Doug.
Title:         W1FB's QRP notebook / by Doug DeMaw.
Edition:       2nd ed.
Published:     Newington, CT : American Radio Relay League,
Description:   174 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
LC Call No.:   TK9956.D452 1991
Dewey No.:     621.3841/6 20
ISBN:          0872593657 (pbk.) : $10.00
Notes:         Includes index.
Subjects:      Shortwave radio -- Amateurs' manuals.
Control No.:   92128258 //r93


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