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Yup! You guessed it, it’s another HT from our “friends” in China. There’s been a lot of chat about these radios. It would satisfy my curiosity if someone could point me to a site to break down the differences between this growing list of Baofeng Transceivers.
So far I have heard of the UV-3R 5R 5RA 5RB 5RC 5RE and now the UV-B5 B6. Does this mean they can’t get it right or the improvements are coming at a fast and furious pace?
This one, the UV-B5 is supposed to be the very latest in a long line of Baofeng UV-X series of Dual Band HT transceivers.
If you want to look deep into the details and get a full analysis of the performance of the new BAOFENG UV-B5 / UV-B6, take a spin over to:
HANS PD0AC’s Blog here: http://bit.ly/12Cq6fC
Find it on eBay here: http://bit.ly/132PDds
What are your thoughts about these Chinese “wonders”… Thanks!
The Kenwood TS-590S ® held its debut at the 2010 Dayton Hamvention. It provides impressive, affordable on the amateur HF and 6 meter bands. Thanks to a receiver down-conversion, narrow roofing filter and dedicated first mixer, the TS-590S has the best dynamic range in its class in handling unwanted adjacent off-frequency signals ¹. The first ever 6 kHz roofing filter BW located directly after the mixer improves the ability of the noise blanker to deal with off-frequency signals. The result is a radio with excellent receive performance, revealing the hidden signals.
Kenwood was first in the amateur market to deploy DSP based AGC IF stage. The TS-590S has taken DSP to the next level. With this new transceiver, a 32-bit DSP is deployed from the stage before the IF and the TS-590S marks a new chapter in the proud history of Kenwood high performance transceivers. The DSP based AGC has been improved to the target signal in the IF passband, and the result is greatly improved characteristics in the band of the IMD which are on par with those that are “upscale” transceivers that cost much more to 160/80/40/20 ¹ ¹ / 15 CW / SSB / FSK.