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.
The Foxwey FSP1A-Pro is a software defined radio (SDR) device that uses the MSI 001 and MSI 2500 chips. This device is essentially a clone of the SDRplay RSP1a, and has been designed with a focus on versatility and performance, offering a wide range of features that make it a valuable tool for anyone interested in radio frequency exploration.
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 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 Xiegu X6100 is a portable HF transceiver with a built in LiPo battery. It uses an SDR architecture to provide excellent performance. It's built into a compact form factor made for enjoying the fun of operating HF portable.
G90 is a portable 20W HF amateur radio transceiver with an SDR architecture with built-in auto antenna tuner. The display unit and the radio can be separated for convenient operating.
The BG2FX FX-4CR is a third-generation Software Defined Radio (SDR) HF transceiver that offers a power range of 1-20W, which can be continuously adjusted to suit your needs. This device supports various modes, including USB, LSB, CW, AM, and FM, and features a built in sound card.