Ham & Amateur Radio Transceivers

Ham radio transceivers are available in a variety of styles by a number of different brands. Yaesu, Icom, Kenwood, and many other companies build base station gadgets, units for vehicles, and portable products. Most ham radios are designed with special hardware that can reach high frequencies.

What are the design elements for different ham radio options? 

A base station has a sturdy base that must be placed on a flat surface. These are suitable for both residential or commercial locations. Mobile units for automobiles are compact and are specifically designed for a car or truck cabin. Portable, hand-held gadgets have a convenient strap and are suitable for mobile situations in residential, commercial, or wilderness environments.

 What are the design specs for a Yaesu FT-857D transceiver?

A Yaesu transceiver has VHF, HF, and UHF frequency hardware. This product is built for an automobile and includes convenient SSB, AM, FM, and CW modes. All of the main components that power this radio are manufactured in Japan. In a Yaesu radio transceiver bundle, you get the main transceiver, a mic, a cable, and a mobile bracket.

What are the specs for a GD-77 Radioddity radio?

The Radioddity GD-77 radio is a portable device that's durable and rugged. On the base, there are options for a VHF and UHF frequency. These devices use a Li-ion battery. The technology that processes frequencies can capture 1024 channels. These channels can be used confidently during tactical situations since the radio has a reliable 5W/1W output and a 136-174Mhz/400-470 MHz frequency range.

What features are included with an ICOM IC-756PRO transceiver? 

This portable unit is a practical option for wilderness zones. The LED indicator light can alert you to situations that can gradually drain the battery. The antenna on the base helps the radio generate crisp, bold sounds.

Are there advanced ham radio options for automobiles?

ICOM IC-756PRO transceivers are designed with hardware that produces 100 watts. Many special features that rely on the 100-watt hardware are included with this advanced transceiver such as a voice keyer and a noise blanker component. A built-in antenna tuner helps insure that radio frequencies are always strong when the advanced features are used.

TYT TH-9800 Plus transceivers are suitable for advanced situations because they're built with quad-band technology. These units are designed in China, and the technology that powers the frequency hardware can capture 29, 50, 144 and 430MHz frequencies. The frequencies for the FM and AM components have 108-180MHz, 750-950MHz, 320-512MHz, 26-33MHz, and 47-57MHz specs.