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Randy Hall (K7AGE) has produced another fascinating and easy-to-follow tutorial for radio amateurs. This time, Randy takes us step-by-step in making a 20 watt QRP Dummy Load. The material list is simple and readily available from several Amateur Radio stores and distributors. You may have some of these components in your "junk box."
8 X 100 ohm 3 watt metal film resistors.
1 X 1N5711 diode.
1 X .001 uF capacitor.
BNC or SO239 connector.
The dummy load even has a test meter to measure the voltage used in your QRP transceiver. A very nice weekend project.
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