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At the beginning of the year I made a promise to myself to learn Morse code. And if I did, and started using it on the air, I would buy myself a present. Well, I did, and here is my present. The little bitty 40m CW transceiver hand built by Hans Summers G0UPL of QRP Labs in the UK. https://qrp-labs.com/ I have slowly been putting the kit together surrounding this neat little radio, and I'm about ready to take it out to the field. To support the antenna wire, I will mostly use the smaller, lightweight 19' fishing pole (far right in the picture of all 4 mast poles below).
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- QCX-mini 40m transceiver
- Three 18650 Li-Ion cells, 12.6V at 3.6Ah with 22" cord
- CW Morse QRP small key
- Short 3.5mm coiled cord for the key
- 20" BNC to BNC jumper
- ZM-2 antenna tuning unit
- 29' radiator, 17' counterpoise wires, 24ga SOTABeams wire