Homebrewing+QRP=Fun! GenesisRadio G3020 kit

Like to get on WSPR with your homebrew rig? Looking for a challenge that goes beyond simple plug-and-play?
Then you should consider the GenesisRadio kit: G3020 is a multimode, 30m+20m duobander with 5W output. Yes, G3020 is no beginners kit but if you are clever and possess good soldering skills you'll get it right too. Homebrewing+QRP=Fun! For more information visit http://www.GenesisRadio.com.au
73 Nick VK2DX

PS here is an unsolicited report from yet another happy builder:

"I have been running my new, complete, Genesis G3020 for about 24 hours now in automatic WSPR mode. I have been cautious, running it at only 100mW, as WSPR sends for two solid minutes at a time. WSPR, a weak signal program can pull a signal out from way down below the noise. It requires precision frequency settings to put the transmit/receive passband within a three hundred Hz band. It also requires a ton of study and understanding, especially if you handicap yourself as I did with two sound cards, instead of one multiport card. This afternoon, Europe opened, and I had two-way "spots" from Italy, Germany, England, Wales, and others, as well as out into the West. I did not hear or reach the West coast of the U.S. This is all on 30 meters. And I am only running 100mW into a 130' doublet with tuned feeders. You can see a map of the contacts here: http://genesisradio.com.au/G3020/wj2v_4.jpg. It is worth a click. The Genesis has been a lot of work; but I'd have to say it has been worth it. Because it is SDR, you get much more rig than the parts count could predict. Not that this is a small project--400 parts is a lot of parts to get all in the right holes and soldered up. I'd have to say I got more than my money's worth. If you're game for some work, and don't expect Heathkit instructions with individual check boxes to tell you to find one resistor and install it, then you should consider this rig. There's plenty of support online, if you need it. I obviously have no stake in Genesis."
Preston, WJ2V at QRP-L Forum