Last week , I covered the ridiculously low barriers to entry to amateur radio, both in terms of financial outlay and the process of studying for and passing the FCC examination. The next big question may be: Now what? For ham gear, there really is no upper limit on what you can spend. Glossy brochures and slick web pages hawk transceiver bristling with knobs and switches and loaded with the latest features, all of which will probably be obsolete within a few years when the Next Big Thing comes along and manufacturers respond with new, must-have models — looking at you, ICOM IC But thankfully, while there is no apparent ceiling on what you can spend on ham gear, there certainly is a floor, and it can be very, very low.
Selling radio communications equipment of multi-brand is one of the attractions to buyers. Maxima does not only sell one brand of products, but it sells more than 10 different brands in the market. All these brands are so famous that if you are professionals in this field, you must have ideas of these brands. Major product types include HF radios, mobiles, handhelds, communication receivers, and power supply. Authority on Radio Communications, Ltd.
Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Whether you're new to the world of ham radios or have been sending out your callsign for decades, technology advances and the entry of Chinese manufacturers have meant major improvements and significant price cuts in this area over recent years.