Founded in September, 2000, the NorthEast TeXas QRP Club is a group of amateur radio
operators who enjoy the challenge of building and operating low power radio equipment.
The club meets once a month at a site in north Texas for lunch, comraderie, and talk about QRP, radios and antennas.
We follow the Norcal model: no officers (well, we do have a grand pooh-bah but it's an honorary position) no agenda,
no minutes..we just visit and enjoy each others company. Visitors are always welcome to attend our meetings no matter
which part of the country you may hail from.
Los Hermanos Mexican Restaurant
1500 W. Moore Ave. (US 80 West) Terrell, TX
Phone: (972) 524-5580
Los Hermanos is on the western edge of Terrell. It is on the north side of US-80 (Moore Ave.) about a block east of the
intersection of US-80, SH-205, and SH-148. SH-205 goes north from US-80 toward Rockwall and SH-148 goes south back across
IH-20. Los Hermanos is a small restaurant and is easy to miss but keep your eye open and you should be able to find it with
no problem. So come join us for some good Tex-Mex food and lots of radio talk!
If you have a favorite QRP something you'd like to bring along, please do. Come join the fun!
Jay Bromley, W5JAY (left) of the Ft. Smith QRP Group presenting our own George Baker,
W5YR with the Arkiecon 2003 "Elmer of the Year" award! An honor most appropriate! Congratulations George!! YOU WILL BE GREATLY MISSED George Baker W5YR
Fox Hunt team competition
The NE-TX Tornados Team is at it again in the
2005/06 Fox Hunt Competition. -----
The NE-TX Tornados Team placed Second in the Winter
2004/05 competition with 141 pelts.
The Underdogs finished First with 148 pelts.
The NE-TX Tornados 2004/05 Team: W5TB (33), KT5V (31), AK5X (29), KD5KXF (13) and W5USJ (34).