If you would like to showcase your field radio kit on QRPer.com, please send a short write-up with photos detailing how/why you built your kit as you did, and list all of the components with links to the manufacturers.
We’ll not only publish your field kit article as a post, but also on this page!
We only ask that you send your own original ideas––and not just a link to another website article or video––as we’d like this content to become part of the QRPer archive. That way, if an external link is removed, it’ll still be safe and sound here. (We take our archiving seriously on this site.) Of course, we welcome links to blog articles and videos in your post.
Simply send your information via email to my callsign K4SWL at QRPer.com.
Interested? Feel free to get in touch!
Note that these links are organized by radio (in alphabetical order), then in chronological order based on the date received.
- NL5E’s Lightweight KX2 SOTA/POTA Alaska Backpacking Radio Kit
- W2AEW’s Comprehensive Elecraft KX2 Field Kit
- KR8L’s KX2 POTA Field Kit
- KF6IF’s Elecraft KX2 Field Radio Kit with Homebrew AX1
- N1KDO’s Elecraft KX3 Field Kit
- K8ZT’s Elecraft KX3 Rapid Deployment Kit
- WN1C’s Elecraft KX3 Camera Bag Activation Kit
Mountain Topper MTR-2B
Mountain Topper MTR-3B
- K4SWL: A fully self-contained radio kit built in an EDC pouch
- N8PEM: An MTR-3 Portable Field Radio Kit Based on Community Collaboration
- M0KVI’s Mountain Topper MTR-3B SOTA Kit
Mountain Topper MTR-4B
QRP Labs QCX-Mini
QRP Labs QDX
QRP Labs QMX