X5105 is a highly portable transceiver working at HF+6m band, with a built-in power output of 5W.
Technical features: double-conversion superheterodyne, fitted with up to 3 lithium batteries of 18,650mph each.
A standard main unit (embedded with one 8-pole 2.7k-SSB crystal filter)
An optional high stability, high precision TCXO module
An optional 500Hz narrow band crystal filter
An optional plug-in 5W antenna tuner module
II. XPA125 integrated amplifier and antenna tuner
XPA125, with a built-in antenna tuner, amplifies the output up to 125W.
125W linear power amplifier + combined LC antenna tuner.
A standard 125W amplifier, An optional 125W automatic antenna tuner.
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