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uBITx Transceiver Kit


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http://ubitx.net/introducing-the-ubitx/...

Posted By: Uncle Brad (UncleBrad)

The µBitx is a HF (3-30MHz) all-band SSB and CW transceiver kit.   It is supplied as a completely pre-populated and tested circuit board by the manufacturer (trading as HF Signals).   The purchaser needs to assemble the board into an enclosure and wire up sockets, encoder and potentiometer and provide a power supply in order to get the transceiver working.

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