Unboxing the not-yet-released Radioddity GD-77, their “try again” DMR Tier 1/Tier 2 radio. I describe many of the promised features. It’s both analog and digital, and operates on both 2 meters and 70 cm. I should have the programming software soon. It comes with a programming cable.
Dual time slot for repeater: both Tier I & II which perfectly compatible with Motorola DMR radios with a dual band high gain antenna.
Different Programming Software for you to choose from:2 versions of programming software: one for advanced feature user and one for beginner user. The software file contains a detailed English instruction for procedure to install Prog Cable and driver for different Windows System (WIN7/10) and software.
HBR4HF specification Heterodyne 10MHz Xtal filter exciter based on Hambuilder BritX exciter 300-25000Hz audio band pass active filter using NE5532 4 Band coverage (80m, 40m, 30m, 20m) with 3 selector LPF BPF 20-35 watt RF power output, 2x I... Read more
J-POLE When Michael Martens, callsign KB9VBR, set out to make his first J-pole in 2001, his drive was purely utilitarian–the local ham club was setting up APRS digipeaters around town and he figured it might be cheaper to fabricate his own... Read more
Take your morse code to the next level with Koch Morse Trainer Pro. The only trainer that supports prosigns (procedural signals) and non-english characters on Android. NOW WITH TESTING FEATURE!Learn or improve your morse code in a short a... Read more