Special links

I would like to list here a few webpages, which I strongly recommend to visit.
QRP clubs
There are already QRP clubs almost in each country: the "crazy people", who transmit with 5 or 10 W around the world. And they also still united in clubs. Unbelievable!
DL-QRP-AG If you have already envisaged to build a transceiver by yourself, those QRP rigs will surely be interesting for you. Get to know everything at the DL-QRP-AG (German Working Group for QRP and Self-Construction, in German) and the QRP-Forum about availability of kits, tips and tricks for example in the FAQ.

New Jersey QRP Club
North Georgia QRP Club
Northern California QRP Club
  (NorCal QRP Club)

QRP Amateur Radio Club International

Russian QRP Club

Other QRP stations
An incomplete list of people, which carry the QRP thought in the heart. The order is not an assessement. It's only an alphabetical order of their callsigns.

Hans Summers, G0UPL
Kazuhiro Sunamura, JF1OZL
Steven Weber, KD1JV
Onno Hoekstra, PA2OHH
Harry Lythall, SM0VPO
Larry East, W1HUE

QRP equipment and kits
You can purchase QRP equipment and kits at the following manufacturers and dealers.

MFJ Enterprises
Oak Hills Research
SGC World

Electronic elements
The following dealers offer electronic elements to private individuals.

Mouser Electronics
Sander Electronic
Segor electronics
Reichelt Elektronik

Antennas and masts
Antennas respectively masts are available at the following dealers.

Walter Spieth, DK9SQ, now WiMo
Super Antennas