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Tonight’s meeting is a “regular” meeting, in that we begin things at Denny’s at I-270 and McDonnell Blvd. at 6:00pm. This is optional, but everyone’s welcome. It’s a good time for extended discussion prior to the meeting. Then we’ll move … Continue reading
Another SLQS Field Day is a wrap — and in my opinion, it was once again a great event. Everything from the pre-planning, the antenna “dry runs,” setup, operation, the food, the weather, and the wrap-up… it was great! We … Continue reading
Once again the St. Louis QRP Society will have its Field Day events at O’Connor Park in Bridgeton, MO. You can find us via the ARRL Field Day Station Locator. We will be using Larry N0SA’s call this year.
Passing along notice of the upcoming Missouri QSO Party… right around the corner! Greeting from the Missouri QSO Party Contest Coordinators, The 2018 Missouri QSO Party is just around the corner, scheduled to occur on April 7 and 8, 2018. … Continue reading
At last! The December QST is out, and that means Field Day results are finally available. Guess what? How about that! Top spot in our category… I’m grinning from ear to ear!
Our Field Day event made the paper! Both the St. Louis and the St. Charles Community News featured an article about Field Day on the front page of their June 21 issue… and our own Rod WA9GQT made the cover! … Continue reading
By all accounts, the club’s Field Day effort for 2017 was a big hit! Although solar conditions were less than spectacular, we made plenty of contacts and had a great time. Weather couldn’t be beat, too! I wrote up my … Continue reading
ARRL Field Day is less than a week away, and everything is coming together… Publicity We’ve been working to let the public know about our participation in Field Day: Facebook: St Louis QRP Society page St. Louis County Community News … Continue reading
Members of the “St. Louis QRP Society” will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 24-25 at O’Connor Park (12741 Hemet Dr) in Bridgeton. Since 1933, ham radio operators across North America have established temporary ham … Continue reading