Available worldwide can be used as Arduino Shield or plug it in to you PC , or with a bluetooth adapter connect to Android.
With a highly optimized software, KAI200 brings you:
a. Antenna analyzer form 1 up to 200 Mhz;
b. WSPR transmiter (set up by serial terminal);
c. Square Wave Signal generator
KAI200 is all you need for your radio whatever it is
Yaesu, Icom, Kenwood or Drake and DIY projects.
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