Are there any simple (monoband) QRP kits or schematics with decent output power?

Started by Vlaad, Today at 05:59:38 pm

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Vlaad

Hello there.

I'm new to this, and currently looking to gain a better understanding on how the whole circuitry works.

Now, I'm aware that there are some extremely simple devices, like the Mighty Mite transmitter and Pixie.
However, as far as I understand, these seem to be little more than novelty toys, due to very low output powers.

What I'm looking for is something inbetween these, and the more "fancy" devices, like the Mountain Topper, with a 3+ bands and a microprocessor plus firmware, and so on.

Something to tinker with, see where each part belongs, and figure out why it belongs there and what it does.

Closest thing I've found so far would be this: https://www.qsl.net/kd7rem/5wpa.htm

A compact, comprehensive transmitter, with the fitting amplifier to make it more useful.
However, the whole site is rather light on instructions.

Is there anything to that effect that'd be more suitable for beginners?