Introducing the Abbree AR-2520, a compact mobile radio designed with the traveling amateur radio operator in mind.
The Anytone AT-D878UVII Plus is a dual band DMR radio. This handheld transceiver is designed for amateur radio operators who value both performance and versatility.
The world of ham radio is evolving, and the Vero VR-N7500 is at the forefront of this change. This brand new 50 watt VHF/40 watt UHF "headless" ham transceiver is not just a radio; it's a revolution in amateur radio technology.
The Wouxun KG-Q10H is a quad-band transceiver with a superheterodyne receiver. It can transmit on the 6m, 2m, 1.25m, and 70cm ham bands. It can also receive on a wide spectrum of other bands, including 50-54 MHz, 108-174 MHz VHF, 220-225 MHz UHF, 320-480 MHz UHF, and 714-999 MHz. It can also receive airband frequencies in AM mode.
The Tidradio TD-H8 seems like an interesting ham radio choice. It has some handy features that make it easy to use, such as programming over Bluetooth via your phone.
At just over 3 ounces the Talkpod A36Plus fits easily in the hand. Rated for temperatures from -20 to 60 degrees Celsius, this radio seems durable enough for outdoor use.
The Baofeng UV-13 Pro offers convenient charging options with a USB-C cable that can power it from sources like power banks, laptops, cars, and wall adapters.
The first true “shack in a box” to come out of China. Covering HF, 6m, 2m, and 70cms with lots of modern features such as Bluetooth control, and even DMR (optional) it’s one of the most versatile radios out there.
Quansheng UV-K5 is an incredibly cheap dual band handheld boasting a heap of great features and hackable firmware with some awesome mods created by the ham community.
The Baofeng UV-17 is essentially an upgraded UV-5R featuring 999 memory channels, CTCSS/DCS support, and a 1.44-inch LCD screen for clear and versatile operation. Its USB Type-C charging capability and user-friendly programming options make it a modern and convenient choice for both amateur radio users and professionals.