Introducing the new Xiegu X6200, an ultra-portable HF transceiver coming soon. As it has not been officially released or listed on the Xiegu homepage yet, we don't have all the details, but this is what we know so far.
Introducing the RadioBerry v2.0, a remarkable addition to your Raspberry Pi that transforms it into a fully functional ham radio. This innovative ham radio "hat" is designed for both receiving (RX) and transmitting (TX) modes, making it a versatile tool for amateur radio operators.
Based on an original design by M0NKA, this radio kicked off a whole series of Chinese HF rigs, and you could say directly inspired the Icom IC-705!
The AnyTone AT-5555N is a 10m mobile radio with a large LCD display that shows the operating frequency and 3 useful meters.
The TBR-119 is a versatile manpack tactical radio designed for transmitting from 1.5MHz to 520MHz using software defined radio technology.
The UA3REO Wolf radio has some impressive specs for an all-band transceiver. Featuring DDC/DUC technology, it can receive across 0-750MHz with full mode support - an extremely wide range.
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.
The offspring of the uSDX QRP radio and the ATU100. Both devices have been merged into one package for ease of use and convenient transport. It's not super polished, but when it only costs 1/10th of an IC-705, you don't have to be precious with it when out portable.
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 Wouxun KG-UV3Q is a really smart looking radio with it's full colour screen featuring a large, easy to read signal meter.