We all like a few useful items around the Shack, possibly even something to build on a cold night - Here we have a selection of low-cost items that are great prizes+giveaways for Amateur Radio club-nights and special events. Why not improve the quality of your club's raffle with an actual
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A 1:1 "micro" Balun for use on HF (best suited for 7-30MHz) for when you're out portable or need a l..
The Slim-Jim is a bit of a classic - equally at home whether it's up a telescopic pole or hanging fr..
If you're in need of a mains filter or ad-hoc RF choke, this snap-on 31-mix ferrite is a serious ite..
A 6.35mm (1/4") to 3.5mm (1/8") stereo adapter for converting your earphones to a larger Hi-Fi socke..
A 9mm Snap-on ferrite clip for keeping RF out of keyboards/mice and other Shack perhiperals. A few l..
Keeping things simple (and lightweight), this dipole/doublet centre is great for portable operating ..
For the newbie, getting to grips with repeaters, split-shifts, CTCSS as well as DMR TalkGroups, colo..
Microphone holder "hook" for a fist mic - includes fixing screws.
Just like the ones that normall..
Our patch-leads use MINI8 (aka: RG8 MINI) which offers improved performance over RG58 in a cable tha..
The 40m Pixie is about as simple as a CW transceiver gets: A QRP crystal-controlled with a basic "ke..
This RTL SDR dongle uses the R820T2 chipset and can be used on frequencies from 25MHz to around 1800..
A USB sound device for when you need an additional stereo output and/or microphone input. Can be use..
These velcro cable-ties are great for keeping wires in the Shack organized - and their bright yellow..
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