New QRP Cluster Online From OM0ET and OM6APN

Paul OM0ET and Peter OM6APN recently launched a new cluster dedicated to QRP operations. Have a look and I hope you will enjoy this as much as I do.
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Have you ever asked yourself if it would be nice to have a QRP Cluster ? I did for a long time now and I am happy to announce that Paul, OM0ET finally made this possible for us all. The cluster is online and working fantastic, both on desktops as well as mobile devices. The cluster is at qrpcluster.com and I cannot wait for some free time this weekend to also use it.

WHY A QRP CLUSTER ?

Here is what Paul answered to this question:

“Broadcasting with low power is fun, but especially if we manage to make QSO’s or contacts. QRP signals are usually weak and easily missed in noise and interference. That’s why we came up with the idea of creating a QRP self spotting Cluster, where every QRP broadcasting enthusiast can announce on which frequency they are working, in which mode, or with what equipment and power they are working.”

You can read more on qrpcluster.com.

THANK YOU PAUL AND PETER

I like that QRP becomes more and more popular among amateur radio operators from all around the world. I just don’t like those calling as a QRP station but running 300W of power. Honestly I would be embarrassed to say such thing. So I really hope this practice will stop at some point. 

This QRP Cluster will sure be used a lot by many in the near future and we all must thank to Paul – OM0ET and of course to Peter – OM6APN for creating the code. Talking about Paul, he has also a website where you can find a lot more interesting stuff that I would recommend you visit. This cluster was great news perfect for a week start for me. I really hope you guys will enjoy it as much as I do. I know Paul was saying that they will continue to improve it in the future. I would also like to see if is possible to create a filter so we can only see stations for a particular mode, CW as an example. I am sure many others will appreciate this feature in the future.

73 DE YO6DXE

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