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Old 02-27-2012, 01:08 PM
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Default New 10 watt 40 meter SSB Chinese Transceiver


Check out this neat QRP 40 meter SSB kit from crkits.com:



This neat little transceiver is available as a kit for $115 or $155 assembled (plus shipping). An optional mic is $20 and internal speaker is $4.

It draws only about 2 amps in TX, making it a neat choice for hiking or field operation on batteries. The tuning range is about 20khz, available in 5 different frequency choices.

I've attached the complete brochure. Pretty neat!
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I wished Icom still made the 703 which was all band HF but only QRP power (10 watts pep) on ssb, also another good QRP rig is the SG-2020 ADSP2 Transceiver which only has SSB and CW, LSB & USB, No AM mode

i dont want a lot of power, i refuse to use more than a stock radio, (10 to 100 watts)

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I like most Icom radio's..
That is Except for the IC-703
Perhaps they had the issues taken care of..However i know a few people who had problems with them

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I like most Icom radio's..
That is Except for the IC-703
Perhaps they had the issues taken care of..However i know a few people who had problems with them
I have a 703, it really rocks for a QRP radio. No problems at all with it.
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I have a 703, it really rocks for a QRP radio. No problems at all with it.
They have a noisy receive just like the 706.

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They have a noisy receive just like the 706.
Around my neck of the woods, everything has a noisy receive.

Has anyone ordered 1 yet?? What do you think would be the most usable freq range??
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Most interesting... I wonder if the IF is broadbanded enough to switch in different xtals for different band segments? Has potential as a portable/mobile AFSK rig. I'm assuming LSB only?



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Most interesting... I wonder if the IF is broadbanded enough to switch in different xtals for different band segments? Has potential as a portable/mobile AFSK rig. I'm assuming LSB only?



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