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Author Topic: Small Rig for PSK 31 - Kit Preferred  (Read 521 times)
KD1I
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« on: October 09, 2014, 01:44:10 PM »

Now that Small Wonder Labs is out of business (OK, since 2010) can anyone recommend a relatively inexpensive rig for PSK 31?    I'm interested in hiking some parks here in Georgia and operating from a summit.   I figure a small dedicated PSK rig, my laptop and some batteries would be a lot of fun on an autumn afternoon. Toss a wire into a tree and away we go.  A kit would be great.   Any ideas? Opinions?      73, Jim
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AK0B
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« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2014, 03:38:04 PM »

A lot of Warblers were build. I expect if you asked in the eHam Classifieds someone could provide you one at a low cost.

http://www.njqrp.org/warbler/

The rig is super.   Spell that in caps  SUPER.  I have build several and even gave a few away to my friends. I looked in my unbuilt box and sorry I don't have one of the kits anymore.

I worked 42 states on 80 with it.  with a 80 meter dipole only 20 ft off the ground.  It was a  fun winter. The majority of my contacts were others also running Warblers.  One of my contacts was with a fellow who had his antenna laying on the ground. 

Yes I have fancy rigs even a FT1000 MP Mark V, but nothing has ever been more fun than that warbler built without a case sitting on my  operating table. 

Stan AK0B

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