OM Power, Power Amplifiers
OM4001A HF 4kW Automatic Amplifier
The OM4001A is an automatic power amplifier, designed for use on all short wave amateur bands from 1.8 to 29.7 MHz (including WARC bands) and all modes. It is equipped with a two ceramic tetrodes FU728F and delivers up to 4000+ watt on all HF bands.
Delivery time 2-3 weeks.SKU: OM4001A
Expert Electronics, Transceivers
SunSDR2 DX 100W HF, 6m & 2m Transceiver
SunSDR2 DX is a direct sampling 100 watt SDR transceiver developed for the serious DX:er and contest operator. It covers all HF bands plus 50 MHz and 144 MHz VHF bands with a general coverage receiver. It combines high performance and 100 watt transmit power in a small package with a LAN interface for maximum flexibility. Remote control over DSL or mobile 3G or 4G connections provide a full SDR experience using the Expert Remote System.SKU: SS2DX
Icom IC-705 HF/VHF/UHF SDR QRP TransceiverAvailable July 15, 2020.
Icom IC-705 is a new hybrid radio with base station radio performance and functions packaged in a compact and lightweight portable size. IC-705 is redefining whats possible when going portable where its a IOTA, SOTA, Field day or a quick backpack tour to the park.
Delivery estimated in June, place your pre-order now and pay in June!SKU: IC705
Xiegu X5105 HF/50MHz QRP Transceiver
Xiegu X5105 is an ultra portable HF and 50 MHz QRP transceiver with a general coverage receiver, large LCD display, automatic antenna tuner and a built in high capacity battery making it the perfect portable companion. Please note that this is the latest hardware version, with many improvements!
Owner reviews of X5105 on eHAM.SKU: X5105
Expert Electronics, Receivers
ColibriNANO USB SDR Receiver 0.1 to 55 MHz
ColibriNano takes USB dongle SDR receivers to a new level. This is a direct sampling, high quality SDR receiver covering 100 kHz to 55 MHz with up to 3 MHz sample rate in a sturdy aluminium USB stick.
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