Yet another new rig!
Say what you want about Facebook; but you can use it to keep abreast of new QRP gear. LNR Precision, makers of the wonderful ENDFEDZ antenna series is announcing the availability a new tranceiver – the FX-4, which was first announced at Dayton. According to their Website, it will be available soon for purchase, at around the $500 neighborhood.
Kinda resembles a small KX3, eh? 🙂
Here are some specs:
Transceiver size in inches. 4.10 length X 2.8 inches width X 1.5 inches in thickness.
Weight of transceiver 12.8 oz.
Current Drain on receive 250-270 ma
Current Drain on transmit 1200 ma
Bands covered on receive 7.000.00 to 7.300.00 meters
14.000.00 to 14.350.00 meters
9.999.00 to 10.150.00 meters
18.068 to 18.168.00 meters
Bands covered on transmit same as above
Frequency control 75 MHz
Display type LCD-128×64
Transmitter Max output power 5 watts CW 5 Watts SSB
Spurious emissions -43dB at 5 Watts
Side tone pitch 550Hz to 1500Hz adjustable
Receiver sensitivity 0.3uV
Selectivity -3dB/ 2.6K -40db/ 4.5K
Audio Output 1 Watt with 8 ohm speaker
Keyer Iambic A & B adjustable speed from 5 to 40 wpm.
Memory Storage 10 per each Band total of 40
DSP filtering 300Hz, 500Hz. 1.3Hz, 1.6Hz, 1.9Hz, 2.2Hz, and 2.5Hz.
VFO Drift <5Hz after 5 minute warm up at 30c (<10Hz after 30 minute operation @ 40c)
72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP – When you care to send the very least!
7.0 to 7.3 METERS?!?
I guess you are really excited about this radio. 😉 It’s all good. To err is human, to really FUBAR everything you need a computer…
The data was obtained from the LNR Website.
It’s quite obvious that they meant MHz, eh?
For TWICE the money you get a KX3 and 10+ times the rig!