QRPme Update

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W1REX will be speaking and hosting a Buildathon at the DUKE City Hamfest / New Mexico State Convention! Participation in the Buildathon is only $10 and you leave with a neat QRPpp transceiver! Reserve your seat NOW to make sure you don't miss out...Use the HOT link at the top left.
Can't attend? The WBB kit is available to ship to your QTH...
Latest items in the QRPme lineup:

July'17 Independence Day Manhattan/Limerick Pad Special: complete starter pack for checking out Manhattan construction using MePads & MeSquares from QRPme.
PCB Independence Day Special

The Maker Sender ][ key from the NYC Maker Faire is pretty cute. Link is at the top left.

The UKBB NoSolder RF Probe kit featured in my talk at the last Rishworth convention last October.

The STIX panel containing smaller squares for MORE Manhattan building in a smaller space.

The TT2 40th Anniversary issue is an updated version of the TT2 which meets current FCC regulations for harmonic suppression. It is a economical design yet still has lots of 'play value' and is designed so even new hands at soldering should have no problems completing the kit.

The Sea Sprite is a merging of the EZ Build Two Tinned Tunas concept with the Lil' Squall design. I took the Lil' Squall design, simplified it for single band operation and then laid it out in the 'normal' sized tuna can thereby having the added room for BIG pads, HEAVY traces and WIDE spacing making it as near 'builder proof' as the EZB Two Tinned Tunas kit has been!
Snack on some Dole pineapple (approx. 75 cents) while building either kit and you will have the perfect can for mounting the board when you have completed construction.

A BRASS SET contains 4 small solid brass clamps which are easily installed along the edges of a circuit board under construction. The nifty little clamps then serve as a set of legs to keep the board stable while soldering the leads on the underneath side.

Check out the HOT LINKS for these items at the upper left on my home page.