from Kits and Parts dot Com is a significantly more advanced QRP
transceiver than the Pixie, and more challenging to build.
Unlike the Pixie it does not generate low-level RF output in receive
mode! (That’s a good thing.) The
one-watter was my first experience with soldering surface mount
also my first time winding small toroids—interesting! As with the Pixie, the switches, knobs
and enclosure, etc. are not included.
and Parts dot Com): One-watter_demo.mp4
and Parts promises a 5 watt Class-C amplifier kit soon (http://www.kitsandparts.com/5W-A1-Amp.php).
With a bit of luck this page will include one more demo after Christmas (2016).
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