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== HF Transceiver Kit Sources ==
 
== HF Transceiver Kit Sources ==
  
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[[Elecraft]] - external website [http://www.elecraft.com/ link]
  
[[Hendricks QRP Kits]]
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[[Hendricks QRP Kits]] - external website [http://www.qrpkits.com/ link]
  
 
[[KD1JV Designs]]
 
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[[Oak Hills Research]]
 
[[Oak Hills Research]]
  
[[Ramsey]]
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[[Ramsey]] - external website [http://www.ramseyelectronics.com link]
  
[[Small Wonder Labs]]
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[[Small Wonder Labs]] - external website [http://www.smallwonderlabs.com/ link]
  
 
[[2N2/40]]
 
[[2N2/40]]

Latest revision as of 19:55, 7 November 2010

See also User Groups for people collaborating on antenna design, construction, deployment and use.

Antenna Kits

  • MNCARGThe Mid North Coast Amateur Radio Group manufactures an HF portable kit known as the Ozipole. This operates from 6m to 40m, and to 80m with an add-on kit. They are in the process of getting other kits ready for production and sale. A review of this kit can be found here.

HF Transceiver Kit Sources

Elecraft - external website link

Hendricks QRP Kits - external website link

KD1JV Designs

Oak Hills Research

Ramsey - external website link

Small Wonder Labs - external website link

2N2/40

VHF, UHF and Microwave kits

Minikits Mark, VK5EME makes a good range of transmitter and receiver kits for the VHF and up bands. With a good selection for voice or ATV use. He also supplies a wide range of parts, eg, relays, semi's, coax connectors etc.

Miscellaneous ham radio kits

General electronics kits

Radio apparatus
Apparatus Keys - Morse * Kits * Radio/PC Interfaces * Receivers and transceivers * Software Defined Radio (SDR) * Vintage Radio
Manufacturers Alinco * Elecraft * Flex Radio Systems * MFJ * Icom * Kenwood * RF-Space * Ten Tec * Yaesu
Transceivers Alinco DX-70TH * Elecraft K1 * Elecraft K2 * Hendricks QRP Kits * Icom * Kenwood * Yaesu
Projects Build a simple 160 metre receiver * Powering a hand held transceiver from an AC power supply
See also Antennas