Thanks to Diddi whose used the contact form to tell me that I’ve not spoken about the X-108 QRP HF transceiver and with his email he included a link to a video of an unboxing and this also included the first QSO on 10m. Thanks Diddi and as promised I’ve added the article
Microphone – multifunctional
CW Filter (500 Hz)
SSB Filter (2.4 kHz)
S Meter – PO Meter – SWR Meter
Adjustable 1-20 watt output
Modes – AM – SSB – CW
0.5 – 30 MHz (9 filtered ham bands)
High SWR protection
Pre-amplifier / Attenuator
USB control port (uses plain USB-a to USB-b cable)
SO239 antenna connector
0.5 ppm TCXO Module
Front & Rear Handles
4-3/4 x 1-3/4 x 7-1/16 inches
Radio Weight – 1 kg – 2.2 lb
Mic Weight – 0.143kg – 5oz
12.5 – 14.5 vdc / 0.5 – 6.0 amps
Video is old but hey it’s included!!
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I had one of the earlier ones back in Feb 2015. But it was beset by problems.
Mine basically went kaput, like quite a few and in April 2015, I had to send it back to Wimo, who then sent a whole batch of them back to China. They weren’t repaired, but replaced with the MKII X108G model (outdoor version) after six months. I sold mine on without ever taking it out of the box.
I understand that the X108G is now quite decent and the RX I had on mine (original) was excellent. They don’t have FM in case anyone is thinking 11m.
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