Author Archives: N0̷MII
Our May meeting has become an annual tradition. Part picnic, part Field Day planning, part “park portable” operation… it’s great fun! We’ll be meeting at the Field Day site we’ve used for the past few years: O’Connor Park in Bridgeton. … Continue reading
The countdown has begun… Field Day is coming! Our next meeting will be held at the SLQS Field Day site for this year. Once again we’ll be at O’Connor Park in Bridgeton MO. Everyone’s welcome to drop in. We’ll be … Continue reading
The Four State QRP Group hosts an annual conference called OzarkCon, and we just returned from the 2019 edition. This year’s OzarkCon was another great one, and I believe it set a new attendance record! During the proceedings, Walter Dufrain … Continue reading
Last night’s meeting was all about the “business end” of the QSO… the hardware we use for sending the code. Namely: bugs, straight keys, and paddles. Our featured speaker was long-time member Derek Cohn, WB0̷TUA. Derek is an avid collector … Continue reading
At this year’s annual Holiday Dinner, SLQS co-founder Keith Arns, KC0̷PP, was recognized for his many years of service to the club. Dave Gauding NF0̷R presented Keith with a certificate of appreciation, thanking him for his 32 years of service … Continue reading
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!