Introducing the Abbree AR-2520, a compact mobile radio designed with the traveling amateur radio operator in mind.
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 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 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.
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 TBR-119 is a versatile manpack tactical radio designed for transmitting from 1.5MHz to 520MHz using software defined radio technology.