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Ad Number:1555751
Date Placed:09/12/21
Name:Brian+Hemmis
Phone Number:814-866-2585
Callsign:K3USC
Category:RADIOHF
Heading:FS: SunSDR2 QRP SDR 160-6m Transceiver
Ad Message:Selling my SunSDR2 QRP 160-6m transceiver. (More photos available)
The SDR2 QRP includes radio. power cable with Anderson PP connectors, LAN cable, Mini UHF-PL259 adapter. $ 700 includes shipping and PayPal fees.
Note -The SDR2 QRP iscurrently showing back-order status from the manufacturers. You can't buy a new one.
Only reason for selling is that I bought a SunSDR2 DX.
The QRP uses the same fabulous software as the DX and MB-1.
Read the reviews of these great radios on eHam.
$ 675 for local pickup at my suburban Cleveland, OH QTH or can deliver to Cleveland Hamfest 9/26
Brian K3USC
Cell 814-866-2585, Home 216-848-0211

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