These pages are dedicated to a special niche of Amateur Radio (ham radio) called QRP.  QRP operators rely heavily on their technical and operating ability in order to achieve the goal-QSO with 5 watts or less.  Most QRPers homebrew or build from kits, but either way, QRPers are constantly slinging solder.  If you're an Amateur Radio operator and have never tried QRP, follow one or all of the links below to find out more about one of the most enjoyable and exciting areas of Amateur Radio.  If you're not an Amateur Radio operator and would like to know how you can be a ham, the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) provides some very helpful information on Getting Started in Amateur Radio.

QRP Clubs & Organizations
QRP-L The Internet QRP Club
NorCal QRP Club