HB-1B MK3 2015 is the upgrade version of our HB-1B QRP transceiver. It is a small in size, light weight, lithium battery pack , particularly suitable for travel, picnics and other outdoor activities. HB-1B MK3 covered 40m,30m,20m,17m and 15m amateur bands.With the DDS circuit to generate VFO signal, it can also work outside of the 5 amateur bands.
It can cover between 5.9-22MHz band short wave radio bands. Additional IF bandwidth switching adjustable 400-3Khz continued, you can receive a good SSB, AM and CW signals. HB-1B MK3 LCD display: frequency, operating mode, supply voltage, S meter, receive fine-tuning (RIT) and forward and reflected power level, It is very convenient to use. HB-1B MK3 have 30 frequency storage memories can be convenient to change the operating frequency and band.
Frequency step Can be easily to change, amateur bands: 10Hz, 100Hz, 1KHz, 100KHz. Radio frequency bands: 10Hz, 100Hz, 5KHz, 100KHz. Receive fine-tuning (RIT) has the step 10Hz and 100Hz. Specifications Size: 132*85*35mm (not including knob, etc.) Weight: about 380g (not including battery pack)
Supply voltage: 9-14VDC Current drain Receive: about 80-90mA Transmit: about 800mA (DC12V) Receive: 5.9-22MHz continuous
Transmit: 7.0-7.3MHz,10.1-10.15 MHz,14.0-14.35 MHz,18.068-18.168MHz, 21-21.45MHz.
VFO: DDS circuit with 6MHz reference frequency
Display: 1602 LCD. Output power: 12V supply 4-5W、
Side tone: about 700Hz Automatic key: adjustable speed Built-in. Selectivity: 4 crystal filter, IF bandwidth adjustable 400Hz-3kHz Audio Output:8 ohm load about 0.1W (Need to take stereo connector) Connection Built-in 18650 battery pack
2015 New version with SWR indicator,
QSK – full break- in,
New IC and hardware upgraded,
Assembed unit, tested and ready to use.
5 amateur band in one rig, no module needed. (17m band also workable, but may lower sensitive, sharing filter with 15m),
TX covering: 40m/30m/20m/17m/15m,
Output: 12V 4-5W,
Display: Frequency,mode,voltage,S meter,RIT,forward and reserve power.
IF filter 400Hz – 3KHz.
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