GQRP Club

See http://www.gqrp.com/

Many times before I have said that SPRAT is the last magazine I would give up if I had to. GQRP Club membership is very reasonable indeed and I highly commend it to you. They now sell a DVD which has the first 160 copies of SPRAT on it.   If you join the club, the DVD is very inexpensive plus you get the next 4 SPRATs with the subscription. SPRAT is always filled with good stuff and always plenty of projects to build.

Go on, join!

Roger Lapthorn, G3XBM, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cambridge, England.

One Response to “GQRP Club”

  • Scott W9VHE:

    One of the few Ham-centric publications still in print. Great value, not just in Great Britain. I believe the DVD is BARGAIN for the info it contains. Upcoming birthday gift for myself!! (Obviously I have read some info from past issues!)

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