Colorado QRP Club, Inc.
QST de W1AW ARRL Bulletin 7 ARLB007 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT February 17, 2015 To all radio amateurs SB QST ARL ARLB007 ARLB007 FCC "Paperless" Amateur Radio License Policy Now in Effect Starting today, February 17, the FCC no longer routinely issues paper license documents to Amateur Radio applicants and licensees. The Commission maintains that the official Amateur Radio license authorization is the electronic record that exists in its Universal Licensing System (ULS), although the FCC had routinely continued to print and mail hard copy licenses until this week.
QST Congratulates KBØJFH (CQC # 047) on being awarded
the Young Scientist of the Physical Society of Japan for 2015!
Sierra built by KG5N, CQC member # 146
|Rocky Mountain Regional & Contiinental Morse code net welcomes your participation every Tuesday and Thursday at 2200z on 14.0625 MHz - WC7S (CQC # 871)|
|Thank you to Milestone Technologies, and N1FN (CQC # 154), for many years of support!|
|Click Here for the CQ Colorado Ham Radio Information Center!|
|Click Here for a YouTube video of NØPQV's dozen mobile radios in one car!!|
CQC president KØFEI and his KiCad demonstration at our May 11th general meeting.
Click Here for election results and pix from our May general meeting!
Help us find a new meeting location!
Our past few meetings have been taking place at the Arapahoe Library District - very nice facilities but it just isn't home! We also meet, at times (as we did for many years), at the offices of Morse Express but they're making tentative plans to move to a new location.
So, the Colorado QRP Club is still looking for a permanent location for our bimonthly meetings. The library works great but there's never a guarantee as to the room's availability and, like we mentioned above, "There's no place like home!"
|President Frank Ivan, at our 07/07/2012 general meeting, discussing the Colorado Mountain Club's, Colorado Summit Hikes for Everyone as a great guide/start for SOTA activity. In the second photo Frank is displaying his new KX3 (with the completed CQC RFL-10 Dummy Load kit attached!) and describing our Battleground Field Day operation.|
|Click Here for all the information you'll need about SOTA!|
|Summits on the Air (SOTA) is an award scheme for radio amateurs and shortwave listeners that encourages portable operation in mountainous areas. SOTA has been carefully designed to make participation possible for everyone - this is not just for mountaineers! There are awards for activators (those who ascend to the summits) and chasers (who either operate from home, a local hilltop or are even Activators on other summits).|
Dues are only $10.00 per year ($15 for DX) and include
P.O. Box 17174
Worldwide QRP Calling Frequencies
How's your membership? Did you know we're now mailing paper copies of the Low Down to all current members??!!
Members on the Move
We're always looking for photos and stories from our members for publication on our website or newsletter. So, contact your humble webmaster,
or newsletter editor, if you have pix or text about your gear, family, antennas, favorite keyer, or just about anything else related to ham radio and QRP!
|Click Here for a video of KT5E installing his new tower and 30 meter yagi!|
One Watt above 14060 feet! (4,285 meters)
In the Fall Steve, NXØL, climbed Mt. Bierdstadt - a
14er located about 35 miles west of downtown Denver.
Go to our Members on the Move page for more info
about Steve's climb up Bierdstadt!
|WBØJNR (CQC # 7) and his XYL made their way to Antarctica in 2011. In this photo Roger is "pounding brass" in the radio room at the Port Lockroy museum on Goudier Island, Antarctica.|
|The Colorado QRP Club is proud to be an affiliated club with the ARRL (American Radio Relay League)!|
Please remember to keep Your ARRL membership current as well!
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