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UV-50X3 | Baofeng

Mobile 50 Watt tri-band radio with two receivers and cross-band repeater. Wide receive coverage. Separate front LCD panel.


PL-365 | Tecsun

Ultralight world receiver with AM/SSB mode on the full 0.15~30 MHz spectrum from long wave to short wave bands. FM-stereo, plug-in LW/MW external ferrite antenna.

Field | Grundig

Radio portatile FM-Stereo, MW, SW tra 1.7~30 MHz. Larghezza del filtro di media frequenza selezionabile.



Digital hand-held scanner for 100 KHz ~ 1300 MHz. All analog & digital modes with auto-detect, advanced signal select functions.

SunSDR2 PRO | Expert Electronics

SDR transceiver for the HF + 50/144 MHz frequency bands. Two software receivers and sub-receiver for each of them. I/Q stream up to 312 kHz.


S-2000 | Tecsun

Portable & Desktop double-conversion receiver with FM-Stereo, Long Wave, Medium Wave, Short Wave, VHF Air-band. 360 degree rotate LW/MW ferrite antenna.

IC-R8600 | ICOM

Wide-band receiver 0.01-3000 MHz, all-mode including digital voice standards. Touch screen, spectrum scope.


FT2D | Yaesu

144 / 430 MHz handheld transceiver for C4FM and FM. Two independent receivers, 5 Watts of RF power, GPS, large touch panel display.

ESMD | Rohde & Schwarz

High performance wide-band desktop receiver. Digital configuration, frequency range 0.008-26500 MHz all-mode.


IC-7700 | ICOM

Top of the line HF/50 MHz transceiver with two DSP. +40dBm IP3 performance, three roofing filter, high stability OCXO. 200 Watt output power.

MD615 | Hytera

Mobile VHF/UHF radio designed for the analog to digital migration, supports FM and DMR modes with auto-detect feature. Low and High power version up to 50 Watt.


ID-51A / ID-51E PLUS2 | ICOM

Dual-band VHF/UHF handheld transceiver for D-STAR and Analog operations. Access point and terminal mode, integrated GPS, dualwatch, AM/FM receiver.


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