Preorder the µBITX QRP HF Transceiver kit (“micro BITX”) for $109 with free India Post shipping; $119 with DHL (1 week) shipping.
Shipping will start after December 25, 2017.
The µBITX is a QRP HF transceiver that you can build. This kit includes:
- Fully test and tuned µBITX HF transceiver board (6” by 5-1⁄2”)
- Raduino board with display with µBITX firmware installed
- Detent-free tuning encoder with push button for menu access
- 3 audio sockets (mic, earphones, and keyer)
- High quality BNC Antenna connector
- Power supply connector and jack
- 8 brass standoffs with nuts and bolts for mounting the board(s)
- Reverse protection diode, some resistors for CW keyer
- Electret mic and a miniature push button for Push-toTalk
- Volume control with on/off switch
You must provide an enclosure, power supply, microphone case, and speaker to complete this kit.
The µBITX is a general coverage HF SSB/CW transceiver kit with features you NEED for operating ease, convenience and versatility. It works from 3 MHz to 30 MHz, with up to 10 watts on SSB and CW with a very sensitive receiver. It features digital tuning, dual VFOs, RIT, CW Keyer and more. The µBITX is a general coverage HF SSB/CW transceiver kit with features you demand for operating ease, convenience and versatility. It features digital tuning, dual VFOs, RIT, CW Keyer and more. [ 1 ]
This transceiver, a descendent of the BITX bidirectional 20M SSB QRP transceiver for homebrewers, was announced on March 2, 2017, by Ashhar Farhan (VU2ESE) in the µBITX—A reboot of the old BITX thread in the Groups.io BITX20 group.
Technical specifications are available on the HF Signals µBITX page along with links to:
- Buy Now
- Circuit description
- Tune up
- Help and support
- BITX hacks
The uBITX boards are hand-assembled by a collective of women [based in Hyderabad, India]. Each of the toroids is hand wound. This provides these women with livelihood. The assembled boards are then DC checked and a final RF check is performed to check the receiver’s sensitivity as well as transmitter’s output before being shipped. Each board is individually numbered. [ 2 ]
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$129 USD)“, HF Signals - The Home of BITX transceivers, retrieved December 12 2017, http://www.hfsignals.com/.
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- “BITX - An easy to build 6 watts SSB transceiver for 14MHz”, Ashhar Farhan VU2ESE, retrieved December 12 2017, http://www.phonestack.com/farhan/bitx.html.
- “The MiscDotGeek uBITX FAQ”, MiscDotGeek, Retrieved December 12 2017, http://miscdotgeek.com/ubitx-faq/.
- “uBitX available for 109$ until Xmas”, reddit.com Amateur Radio, Retrieved December 12 2017, (https://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/7iq5cz/ubitx_available_for_109_until_xmas/.
- “uBITX (micro-BITX)”, Ashhar Farhan VU2ESE, retrieved December 12 2017, http://www.phonestack.com/farhan/ubitx/ubitx.html.