High Quality SDR - Receivers, Transceivers and Accessories

SDR - Software Defined Radio - no term characterizes the change in radio technology than this one.

The principle of SDR is simple: The received analog radio signal is converted into digital data as quickly as possible, often directly behind the antenna. All further processing then takes place computationally - with impressive results!

By using different programs (software), a relatively simple hardware can be used for an enormous number of different applications - even after a device is deployed in the field. This flexibility cannot be offered by classical radio technology. This is why the SDR principle has also been the state of the art for commercial services and the military sector for many years. And quite often radio amateurs have been significantly involved in the development of SDR technology.

The SDR-based transceivers or simply SDR radios offered in amateur radio usually offer an exciting mix of classical techniques such as a superheterodyne mixer in combination with fast digital technology. This results in performance data that used to be almost unattainable in the analogue world.

Over the years, WiMo has built up a great deal of expertise in the field of software defined radios for ham as well as commercial uses. This is reflected in a wide range of receivers and transceivers which we offer. We carry the major brands like Yaesu, ICOM, Kenwood as well as the SDR specialists Expert Electronics, Flexradio, Elad and the small affordable SDR receivers from Airspy. And do not forget about antennas and amplifiers to round up your setup.

We will be happy to advise you on your choice.  Check out our products in the shop or contact us directly!

 

Would you like to know more about SDR technology right now? Gladly - we have a separate page for this topic: SDR - What is SDR?

 

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  1. Icom IC-705 Allmode Portable Transceiver
    Icom IC-705 Allmode Portable Transceiver

    HF/50MHz/VHF/UHF portable transceiver with D-Star, GPS, Bluetooth and large, user-friendly colour touch-display. Operation via battery or external power.

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

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    As low as: €1,495.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €1,256.30
  2. Icom IC-9700
    Icom IC-9700

    VHF/UHF/1200MHz allmode SDR-transceiver with D-Star and satellite-ready. The large colour touch-display features waterfall diagrams, spectrumscope and more.

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

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    €1,979.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €1,663.03
    SKU IC-9700
  3. Icom IC-7300
    Icom IC-7300

    HF SDR-transceiver with waterfall-diagram, high-res colour touchs-screen an excellent HF-characteristics, very easy to operate. Compact sized body, therefore also ideal for holidays.

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

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    €1,319.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €1,108.40
    SKU IC-7300
  4. Yaesu FT-DX101D
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    Yaesu FT-DX101D

    High-end HF-transceiver with innovative receiver concept and two independant receivers. The large colour touch-display does also show spectrum and waterfall diagrams.

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

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    €3,399.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €2,856.30
    SKU FT-DX101D
  5. FlexRadio FLEX-8600
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    FlexRadio FLEX-8600

    High-end SDR HF stationary transceiver (without control panel), automatic antenna tuner, 4 independent receivers, 14 MHz displayable spectrum. Control via PC or IOS device.

    Available soon

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    SKU FR-8600
  6. Flex Radio 6600
    Flex Radio 6600

    High-end stationary SDR HF-transceiver (without control panel), automatic antenna tuner, 2 independant receivers. Operation via Computer or IOS device.

    Available from 03.06.2024

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    €5,115.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €4,298.32
    SKU FR-6600
  7. Kenwood TS-890S
    Kenwood TS-890S

    Innovative high-end HF/6m/4mstationary transceiver with high-speed tuner, RTTY-decoder, DSP, big color-screen. Can be remote-controlled via LAN.

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

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    €4,895.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €4,113.45
    SKU TS-890S
  8. FlexRadio 6400 ATU
    FlexRadio 6400 ATU

    High-end stationary SDR HF-transceiver (without control panel), built-in automatic antenna tuner, 2 independant receivers. Operation via Computer or IOS device.

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

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    €3,120.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €2,621.85
    SKU FR-6400-ATU
  9. KiwiSDR 2, 0.01-30 MHz, with web interface
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    KiwiSDR 2, 0.01-30 MHz, with web interface

    Compact shortwave SDR receiver, operation via web browser, access also possible via the Internet

    Available from 28.06.2024

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    €497.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €417.65
    SKU KIWISDR2
  10. Icom IC-905
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    Icom IC-905

    Transceiver for 2m, 70cm, 23cm, 13cm, 6 cm and (optional) 3cm band. Controller and separate outdoor HF unit, GPSDO built-in.

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

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    €3,999.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €3,360.50
    SKU IC-905

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FAQ

What is an SDR?
SDR stands for Software Defined Radio. An SDR is a radio that is controlled using software, allowing for a variety of configurations and functions. With an SDR, amateur radio operators can use various modes of operation such as AM, FM, SSB and digital modes.
What are the advantages of an SDR?
An SDR offers greater flexibility and functionality compared to traditional radios. Multiple frequencies can be monitored simultaneously, there is a wider range of operating modes, and DSP filters can be adjusted in real time. An SDR can also be connected to a computer or mobile device for complete control and signal analysis.
What software is used to control SDRs?
There are a variety of software that can be used to control SDRs. Popular options include SDR Console, HDSDR, SDR#, CubicSDR, and Gqrx. Some SDR manufacturers also offer their own software solutions. The choice of software depends on the individual needs and preferences of the amateur radio operator.