Kit builder link alert!

Thanks and kudos to Jim W4QO (QRP HOFer, I might add!) for posting this link to the NoGA QRP e-mail reflector yesterday.  I never saw these kits, or this provider before, but they look neat and affordable.

Of course, W2LJ is not connected with the above provider, in any way. Just attempting to do my bit to keep kit building healthy and vibrant! Who knows? One of them just might fulfill a need, or strike your fancy.

72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP - When you care to send the very least!
Larry Makoski, W2LJ, is a regular contributor to and writes from New Jersey, USA. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “Kit builder link alert!”

  • Marty AG3EK:

    And Bill, Mr. Breadboard Radio, is about the nicest and most helpful guy you’ll ever meet. He’s a member of the Columbia (SC) Amateur Radio Club (, of which I am also a member, and is constantly doing great things for the club. We had a club workshop where we each assembled a breadboard radio and he provided the kits for what I’m sure was less than his parts cost alone without even including all the time he put into it.

    He’s done additional sessions for other projects and antennas and who knows what else. He has really nice kits and is always coming up with new ones. I wish I had the time and energy he puts into it.

    For whatever it’s worth, I humbly submit my strongest endorsement for Bill’s kits.

    p.s. On his web site you’ll see a link to the April 2012 CQ magazine article about the breadboard radio kit.

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