A rare pleasure today to meet up with home brew hero Peter, VK3YE, who was visiting Sydney.
Stephen, VK2BLQ and I caught up for a chat and Stephen brought along a phasing receiver for Peter to inspect.
We had an entertaining discussion on many topics and I hope one day to get Peter along to an ARNSW Home Brew Group meeting for some sort of chat.
Thanks Peter for all your great work to help ham radio and home brew on the web site, videos and all the articles in various magazines - we really appreciate your efforts and encouragement.
Minimum QRP is well worth a read.
Peter shares his considerable practical experience of ham radio in an easy to read and informative book. It covers equipment (including commercial and home brew), antennas, bands, propagation, modes and operating procedures that give the reader valuable tips on how to enjoy success in the challenging art of low power operation. The focus on QRP is, of course, valuable for operators working at all power levels.
Peter has always been generous with his contribution to the hobby of amateur radio and this book adds to the information available to newcomers. I look forward to more from VK3YE in the future.
Great cover by the way.
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