An online edition of the AmQRP HOMEBREWER magazine 
containing original color photos and full-resolution graphics

Here's an extra feature for subscribers of HOMEBREWER magazine -- "reprints" of all graphics published in past issues ... and most are in full color!  

HOMEBREWER ("HB" for short) is a ham radio publication dedicated to the delightful combination of QRP and homebrewing interests.  The quarterly printing of HB brings us many enjoyable articles containing photographs, diagrams, schematics and other instructional graphics. 

Each black & white issue of HB can be brought to life in even greater detail at this website through the presentation of graphics in their original full-resolution size and vivid color.  To make it even better yet, we're able to present additional graphics that many times don't make it to the printed journal due to size limitations.

HB Extra!  is not an online version of each issue. HOMEBREWER will remain a printed journal of QRP and homebrewing adventures. With HB Extra! the staff of HOMEBREWER and each individual author are able to augment the readers' overall experience by providing extra material to help in understanding and enjoyment of the material from the printed magazine.

Let us know what you think of HB Extra! 

HOMEBREWER #1 -- Summer 2003

Click on the desired article link to view its graphics ...

RF Sniffer a la Pittsburg Style ... by Joe Porter, W0MQY

Homebrew Circuit Board Holder ... by Steve Sellmeyer, WB0QQT

SSB Mods for Minboots CW Amp ... by Wayne McFee, NB6M

RF Power Meter Cookbook  ... by Joe Everhart, N2CX

Manhattan Style Homebrewing Techniques  ... by Chuck Adams, K7QO

Electromagnetic Radiation Probes  ... by David Forsman, WA7JHZ

Software Defined Radio  ... by M.Klaper, HB9ARK and J.Piri, WD6CSV

NJQRP DDS Daughtercard  ... by George Heron, N2APB
Building the NorCal Keyer  ... by Jim Kortge, K8IQY
AZ ScQRPions Class-E Transmitter  ... by Jerry Haigwood, W5JH
TTAM: Test Topics And More  ... by Joe Everhart, N2CX
Operator News  ... by Richard Fisher, KI6SN
Radio To Go  ... by James Bennett, KA5DVS/6
QRP in the Great Outdoors  ... by Ron Polityka, WB3AAL
Tuning Up  ... by Richard Arland, K7SZ
QRP Contesting  ... by Ken Newman, N2CQ

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