YouKits 2015 TJ2B

YouKits Canada has announced the latest version of the TJ2B SSB handheld radio, that now also will provide cw mode after many requests from users of this radio.
The unit has also received some great reviews by the techs at ARRL test lab and have been published recently in QST.
Yimin strives to do his ultimate best with QC and trouble shooting as well as refunds and repairs. Not unusual for him to send a replacement radio before he has accepted the problem unit.
The HB line of radios has proven themselves over again in the field. many new projects are being developed by YouKits and we look forward to seeing these new items in the future.


73 Fred Lesnick


Fred Lesnick, VE3FAL, is a regular contributor to and writes from Thunder Bay Ontario, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “YouKits 2015 TJ2B”

  • Frank ON6UU:

    If you would visit the site of youkits you would see the TJ2B mk2 has only 3 bands anymore and now has also CW.
    Ubnfortunately it doesn’t have 30mtrs.

    It can be pre-ordered already via Paypall.

    The QST article is a test of an older Youkits unit.


  • VE3FAL:

    Yes it is a review of the first version. I posted the review and comments so others can read about the radio.
    With new changes and upgrades it is nice for all to know where we have went from A to B and any changes.

    YouKits Canada Rep.

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