The Michigan QRP Club was organized on January 19, 1978 in Michigan's central Lower Peninsula. The club has grown to include members from many parts of the country and from around the world. With a purpose to foster friendship and cooperation, the club brings together amateur radio operators, from all walks of life, who share a common interest in the unique pleasures and challenges of operating at 5 watts or less.
If you want to meet people who love challenges and new adventures, if you want to experiment with and learn a lot about everything radio has to offer, the Michigan QRP Club is for you.
The club has a variety of activities to enjoy. There are monthly breakfasts, with new projects on display and tales of new adventures, a Tuesday night QRP net, a club-sponsored annual contest, a Summer picnic, where all sorts of QRP rigs turn up, and an active Yahoo! reflector. Stop in and enjoy any or all of our activities. Everyone is welcome.
Calendar of Events
Tuesday Night Net
3535 kHz at 9 pm ET
Try checking into a live QRP Net on any Tuesday night. This can get you started: QRP Net Procedures
Monthly QRP Breakfasts
Check the Breakfast Page for details about the Flint and Ann Arbor breakfasts.
Labor Day Sprint
2300Z 09/03/18 to 0300Z 09/04/18
This is the only Michigan QRP Club Contest of the year. Don't miss it.
Active Members, be sure to check out our: Yahoo! Groups Reflector