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Xiegu X6200 HF-Funkgerät | 8W | Vollmodus Vollband | RF-Direktabtastung | Auswechselbarer Akku | Eingebauter Antennentuner | SDR-Struktur | mit WFM AIR RX

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Präzise HF-Direktabtastung: Revolutionieren Sie Ihre Kommunikation mit unserem fortschrittlichen HF Direkt Sampling System. Erzielen Sie kristallklare Signalqualität in allen HF/50MHz-Bändern, einschließlich WFM/Flugfunk-Empfang, und stellen Sie so eine nahtlose Übertragung und einen nahtlosen Empfang sicher.

Vielseitiger Funkbetrieb: Das X6200 unterstützt ein breites Spektrum an Kommunikationsarten, darunter SSB, CW, AM, NFM, DIGI und WFM. Es ist sowohl für Liebhaber als auch für Profis maßgeschneidert, um alle Ihre Kommunikationsbedürfnisse zu erfüllen.

Tragbares Design: Das Xiegu X6200 verfügt über ein kompaktes Gehäuse, einen eingebauten, austauschbaren 3200-mAh-Akku und eine umfassende Abschirmung gegen Störungen. Es ist die Komplettlösung für POTA-Aktivitäten am Schreibtisch und vor Ort und bietet 4-5 Stunden Betriebszeit mit einer einzigen Akkuladung.

Anspruchsvolle Benutzeroberfläche: Ein hochauflösender 10cm Farbbildschirm, der zusammen mit einem empfindlichen Empfänger für eine präzise Signalanalyse sorgt, bietet ein herausragendes Benutzererlebnis. Jedes Detail ist in unmittelbarer Reichweite, von Spektrumsanzeigen mit Wasserfällen bis hin zu Spektralansichten mit großer Bandbreite.

Automatischer Antennentuner: Mit seinem eingebauten automatischen Antennentuner garantiert das Xiegu X6200 optimalen Signalempfang und -übertragung und ermöglicht so eine einfache und effiziente Kommunikation in jeder Umgebung.

Problemlose Kommunikation: Durch die integrierte Soundkarte, den FT8-Decoder und die Unterstützung von BT/ WLAN bietet das Xiegu X6200 eine reibungslose und einfache, kabellose Steuerung und Verbindung und macht die Einrichtung als auch den Betrieb zu einem wahren Vergnügen.

The New Xiegu X6200: First POTA Activation in CW with a Production Unit!
--By Thomas Witherspoon If you’re following the new Xiegu X6200 closely, you might recall that I took a prototype version of the radio out two weeks ago for a POTA activation. Propagation was so challenging–as in, a complete radio blackout in North America due to an X-Class flare–it took about 90 minutes of calling CQ POTA to snag the ten needed for a valid park activation. I had planned to post the activation video on YouTube, but learned shortly after the activation that this particular unit was a proper prototype instead of an early production run radio. This is a detail I misunderstood prior to the unit shipping. I only shared the 2+ hour video to Patreon supporters, but not on my YouTube channel for this reason. Production This past weekend, I received a second Xiegu X6200: this time, a production run unit! POTA Time! Two days ago–Tuesday, June 11, 2024–I took the new X6200 out for a POTA activation on the Blue Ridge Parkway (US-3378). I had a couple of hours that morning to fit in the activation, including a round trip from the QTH. The best site for a quick activation was the Folk Art Center picnic area. Thanks to the early hour, there was no competition for picnic tables. I decided to pair my PackTenna 9:1 End-Fed Random Wire with the X6200. This provided a chance to test the ATU with a readily matchable antenna (in the future, I’ll make it sweat a bit more by using a transformerless random wire antenna). This production run X6200 has the same firmware (version 1.0) as the prototype, but the hardware has received noticeable updates. I spotted two changes–one cosmetic and one that had a positive impact on performance–almost immediately. In the activation video below, you’ll see that I spent a few minutes doing an overview of the X6200. One of the first things I did was set up the X6200 for CW Message memory operation. I demonstrated (after a bit of head-scratching) how to input the CW message using the X6200’s built-in on-screen keyboard. (If the CW Message Memories confuse you, check out the short primer in my previous post). Gear: X6200 via RadioddityPacktenna 9:1 UNUN Random Wire Antenna ABR Industries 25’ RG-316 cable assembly with three in-line ferritesKey cable: Cable Matters 2-Pack Gold-Plated Retractable Aux Cable – 2.5 Feet Begali Traveler GoRuck GR1 USA Weaver arborist throw line/weight and storage bag GraphGear 0.9mm 1000 Automatic Drafting Pencil Rite In The Rain Top Spiral Notebook Camera: DJI OSMO 4 action camera with Joby Telepod Sport Tripod DJI Wireless Microphones On The Air The last time I hopped on the air with the X6200, it was proper work making any contacts. It was a struggle and it wasn’t the X6200’s fault. It was our local star! I decided to start on 40 meters since it was still mid-morning. After calling “QRL?” and hearing no reply, I pressed the second CW message memory button where I loaded “CQ POTA DE K4SWL” and the radio started transmitting. After only a few calls, I started receiving replies–woo hoo! I ended up working my first ten contacts in nine minutes. Excellent! I then logged seven more stations for a total of 17, then QSY’d to the 30 meter band. Turns out, 30 meters was also pretty healthy. I worked a total of ten more stations. Success! This brought my total to 27 contacts in 39 minutes (noting that eight minutes of that was me chatting with the camera between band changes). Overall, excellent results! I had hoped to have enough time to give SSB a go, but I simply didn’t. Still, CW was the mode I was most interested in testing. QSO Map Here’s what this five-watt activation looked like when plotted out on a QSO Map: Here’s a close-up since these contacts were clustered together: Activation Video Here’s my real-time, real-life video of the entire activation. As with all of my videos, I don’t edit out any parts of the on-air activation time. In addition, I have monetization turned off on YouTube, although that doesn’t stop them from inserting ads before and after my videos. Note that Patreon supporters can watch and even download this video 100% ad-free through Vimeo on my Patreon page: Click here to view on YouTube. First Impressions The X6200 definitely held its own during this activation. While I didn’t have pileups, per se, there were times when there were competing stations on frequency. The internal speaker’s audio quality isn’t exactly exceptional (I think it’s a bit weak) but then again few QRP field radios have exceptional speaker audio fidelity–the Icom IC-705, Yaesu FT-818, and Penntek TR-45 being three notable exceptions. As I expected, the ATU easily handled the PackTenna 9:1 UNUN EFRW. Of course, the 9:1 is easy to match even with mediocre ATUs. This Tufteln random wire antenna has no transformer, thus will be a great test for the Xerox 6200’s ATU. Soon, I will test the ATU with more challenging wire antennas, but I suspect it’ll match them. Xiegu is known for having exceptional, wide matching-range ATUs. As noted, there is still a bit of a keyer timing issue, but Xiegu is working on that and, as I say in the video, I know they’ll sort that out since they did on their previous radio models. Also, only minutes prior to publishing this report, I heard that Xiegu will make it possible to change the default filter widths of the three filter options in the next firmware update. Good news indeed. The X6200 battery also seemed to hold up well for the full activation. If I recall correctly, it still had roughly ⅔ of the battery capacity (7.9V) at the end of the activation. I plan to take this loaner X6200 on various field excursions over the next few of weeks or until Radioddity asks for it to be returned. I’ll do my best to handle it with care, but I fully intend to put it through its paces with some POTA and even SOTA activations in CW, SSB, and possibly (if you can believe it) in FT8. I’d really love to see how it handles SOTA DX pileups. As I mention in the video, I’ll give a full, detailed review of the X6200 likely in an upcoming issue of The Spectrum Monitor magazine. Xiegu tends to roll out a lot of updates early in the product life cycle, so I expect numerous firmware updates ahead. I’ll always mention in the field report what firmware version I’m running. Thank you… Thank you for joining me during this POTA activation with the X6200! I hope you enjoyed this field report and my activation video as much as I enjoyed creating them! Thanks for spending part of your day with me! Cheers & 73, Thomas (K4SWL)
Exploring the Future of Radio Frequency: An In-Depth Look at RF Direct Sampling
In the evolving world of radio communication, RF (Radio Frequency) technology remains at the core, facilitating seamless data transmission across long distances. Among the various innovations, RF Direct Sampling has emerged as a pivotal shift in radio receiver design, offering a fresh perspective on signal processing. This blog gives an overview of RF Direct Sampling—exploring its essence, operational principles, pros and cons, and its application in Icom models. Additionally, we unveil the new Xiegu X6200, a groundbreaking product that leverages this new technology. What is RF Direct Sampling? RF Direct Sampling is an advanced technique used in radio communication systems. Traditional RF systems rely on heterodyne or superheterodyne architectures where the received RF signal is first mixed with a local oscillator signal to convert it to a lower intermediate frequency (IF). This IF signal is then sampled and processed. However, RF Direct Sampling simplifies this process by directly digitizing the RF signal, bypassing the need for frequency conversion to IF. The Simple Principle Behind It The principle behind RF Direct Sampling is simple yet revolutionary. Its components include a low-noise amplifier (LNA), specific filters, and a high-speed analog-to-digital converter (ADC). By using a high-speed analog-to-digital converter (ADC), RF signals can be directly sampled at their operating frequency. From there, digital signal processing (DSP) techniques are applied in a Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) or similar processing unit to extract the desired information. This method eliminates the need for various mixers, filters, and amplifiers typically found in traditional receivers. Advantages of RF Direct Sampling The RF Direct Sampling approach offers several benefits: -Improved Signal Integrity and Quality: Direct sampling reduces the number of conversion stages, minimizing noise and distortion. This results in a cleaner, high-fidelity signal closer to the original RF wave, enhancing the user's listening experience. -Reduced Complexity: By eliminating multiple mixer and local oscillator stages required in superheterodyne designs, RF Direct Sampling simplifies the receiver's architecture. This can increase reliability, reduce points of failure, and lower production costs. -Wide Frequency Coverage: Instantaneous wide band reception allows for receiving a broad spectrum of frequencies simultaneously, beneficial for software-defined radios (SDRs) processing multiple frequencies at once. -Enhanced Dynamic Range: High-resolution ADCs used in direct sampling offer a greater dynamic range, enabling the receiver to handle strong and weak signals without distortion or overload. -Flexibility and Future-Proofing: Digital signal processing (DSP) flexibility enables updates and improvements via software, extending the equipment's lifespan and enabling new features without hardware changes. Disadvantages of RF Direct Sampling Despite its benefits, RF Direct Sampling does come with its own set of challenges: -Higher Initial Cost: Implementing RF Direct Sampling requires advanced hardware such as high-speed analog-to-digital converters, which can be expensive initially. -Complex Filtering and Processing: Robust digital filtering is necessary to avoid aliasing when directly sampling the RF spectrum, requiring substantial processing power and potentially increasing device costs and power consumption. -Thermal Considerations: High-speed ADCs and subsequent digital signal processing units generate heat, necessitating effective thermal management to maintain performance and prevent damage, potentially complicating device design. Icom's Pioneering Models Icom, a premier name in radio technology, embraced the power of RF Direct Sampling early on, integrating it into their renowned models. One such model is the IC-7300, a trailblazer that has redefined the standards for HF rigs. Its high-performance RF Direct Sampling system offers superior RMDR (Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range), perfectly balancing simplicity and cutting-edge performance. With its real-time spectrum scope and a large touch screen color TFT LCD, it offers an intuitive, immersive experience for users. Then there's the IC-9700, a true embodiment of versatility. Designed explicitly for VHF/UHF enthusiasts, it's the first transceiver in its class to employ RF Direct Sampling. The IC-9700 provides a host of advanced features, including dual watch operation and satellite mode, bringing a new level of excitement and convenience to VHF/UHF operating. Introducing the Xiegu X6200 In the ever-changing landscape of radio technology, the Xiegu X6200 emerges as a beacon of innovation. This cutting-edge shortwave transceiver harnesses the power of RF Direct Sampling to deliver unparalleled clarity and versatility in communication. Designed for amateur hobbyists and seasoned professionals, the X6200 combines a sleek, compact form with a suite of advanced features that promise to elevate the radio experience to new heights. A Revolution in Connectivity At the heart of the X6200 lies a commitment to excellence. Direct digitization allows for a cleaner, more precise signal, offering users a level of performance previously unattainable in traditional setups. This, coupled with its broad frequency coverage, ensures that the X6200 is not just a tool for communication but a gateway to a world of exploration. Compact Powerhouse Despite its modest size, the X6200 packs a formidable punch. Its design reflects a meticulous attention to detail, integrating state-of-the-art technology in a portable package. This transceiver is not just about making connections; it's about breaking barriers, offering flexibility and power in scenarios ranging from remote field operations to the comfort of your own home station. Your Companion into the Future The Xiegu X6200 stands as more than a piece of equipment; it represents a forward leap in the journey of RF communication. With its blend of innovation and practicality, it not only meets the current demands of the RF community but anticipates the needs of tomorrow. Whether you're engaging in complex digital modes or simply enjoying the purity of SSB operation, the X6200 is your steadfast companion, ready to explore the vast and dynamic world of radio waves.   Conclusion RF Direct Sampling represents a monumental leap forward in radio communication technology. Despite its inherent challenges, the undeniable advantages of streamlined design, enhanced performance, and expanded frequency coverage underscore its transformative potential. By revolutionizing the landscape of RF signal processing, RF Direct Sampling seamlessly blends simplicity, performance, and cost-effectiveness. With the unveiling of the Xiegu X6200, we eagerly anticipate our role in advancing RF communication and providing enthusiasts with cutting-edge solutions. Are you ready to embrace the dawn of RF technology's future? Dive into RF Direct Sampling and witness its transformative impact on your communication systems. With its numerous benefits and widespread adoption, RF Direct Sampling isn't just a fleeting trend – it signifies the evolution of RF processing, inviting you to explore its boundless possibilities.
Tuning In To The Weather: How Meteorology Shapes HF Radio
Imagine this: you're at home with your Radioddity HF radio, and suddenly, you're chatting with someone across the globe! HF radio has this incredible power to connect us over vast distances, transcending geographical boundaries. But here's the catch: HF radio relies on the Earth's atmosphere for signal propagation, specifically a layer called the ionosphere. This means our beloved hobby is intimately intertwined with the whims of the weather. Understanding this connection is key to unlocking the full potential of HF radio, especially for Radioddity enthusiasts who seek those long-distance connections. Credit: Homa Pilot In 2024, solar activity has been particularly noteworthy, influencing HF radio communication in significant ways. Increased solar flares, sunspots, and other solar events have led to a more dynamic and sometimes unpredictable ionosphere. For instance, several solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) have caused temporary disruptions and enhancements in HF propagation. Additionally, geomagnetic storms triggered by these solar events have led to both stunning auroras and challenging communication conditions, particularly in polar regions. Staying informed about these solar activities and their impacts on the ionosphere is more crucial than ever for HF radio operators. Let's embark on a journey to uncover the dynamic relationship between nature's elements and radio waves, paving the way for optimized connections through popular transceiver models like the X6200, X6100, G90, and G106. HF Radio and the Atmosphere: A Quick Explanation Think of the ionosphere as a giant, invisible mirror in the sky. When you transmit on HF frequencies, your signal bounces off this "mirror" and returns to Earth, potentially reaching receivers thousands of miles away However, this atmospheric mirror is anything but static. Its reflectivity constantly changes due to several factors: · Solar Activity: Increased solar flares and sunspots mean a denser, more reflective ionosphere, leading to better HF propagation. · Time of Day: The ionosphere weakens at night without the sun's energy, affecting signal strength and range. Nighttime often means shorter-range communication. · Seasonal Changes: Just as our weather has seasons, so does the ionosphere. These variations influence HF conditions throughout the year. Credit: Carlos Molina Now, let's add the dramatic effects of meteorological events into this mix! Meteorological Events: HF Radio's Unseen Players Thunderstorms: More Than Just a Light Show We all know the power of thunderstorms—the crackle of lightning and thunder's roar. But for HF radio operators, these storms bring their own set of challenges: · Lightning Interference: Those spectacular lightning discharges are bursts of radio noise. This noise can drown out weak HF signals, leading to static interference and making communication difficult. · Disrupting the Mirror: The immense energy released during thunderstorms can cause fluctuations in the ionosphere. These disturbances affect signal reflection, leading to fading and making it hard to maintain stable communication. Sporadic E: Summertime Surprise As days grow longer and temperatures rise, a peculiar phenomenon called Sporadic E appears in the ionosphere. · Patches of Reflection: Think of Sporadic E as temporary, dense patches of ionization forming in the lower ionosphere. These patches can reflect signals at higher frequencies than usual. · Double-Edged Sword: While this can temporarily extend your HF communication range to unexpected locations, it also increases the likelihood of interference from stations operating on different frequencies. Sporadic E can be both a blessing and a curse! Solar Storms: A Force From Above Though not a traditional meteorological event, solar storms deserve mention due to their profound impact on HF radio. · The Sun's Energy Boost: Solar flares, bursts of energy from the sun, can supercharge the ionosphere. This can lead to unusually long-distance propagation, making HF connections exceptionally good. · The Downside of Energy: However, this increased energy also brings higher levels of solar noise and can cause temporary HF communication blackouts. Credit: Geomagnetic Storms: Auroras and Blackouts Triggered by intense solar activity, geomagnetic storms are disturbances in Earth's magnetic field and often adversely affect HF radio. · The Dazzling Side-Effect: While visually stunning, the beautiful auroras seen during geomagnetic storms are indicators of significant ionospheric disturbances. · Radio Silence: These disturbances can lead to significant HF radio blackouts, particularly in polar regions. During intense geomagnetic storms, HF communication in affected areas may become impossible. Solar Eclipses: A Unique Phenomenon Though rare, solar eclipses also have unique effects on HF radio propagation. · Temporary Night: During a solar eclipse, the moon blocks sunlight, causing a temporary night-like condition in the region of totality. This sudden change impacts the ionosphere in notable ways: · Ionospheric Cooling: Without the sun's radiation, the ionosphere cools and ionization levels decrease, making it similar to nighttime conditions. This can cause HF signals to weaken or fade, leading to unstable communication paths. · Experimental Opportunities: Solar eclipses present a unique opportunity for radio enthusiasts to study ionospheric behavior under these transient conditions. Observing how HF propagation changes during an eclipse can provide valuable insights into the ionosphere dynamics. Sunspots: Solar Activity and HF Communication Sunspots, regions of intense magnetic activity on the sun's surface, have a profound impact on HF radio communication. Band-Specific Effects: Sunspots and HF Bands · Higher Bands (15m, 10m): These bands benefit significantly from increased sunspot activity. Enhanced ionization improves signal reflection, allowing for more reliable and longer-distance communication. · Lower Bands (80m, 40m): While these bands are less affected by sunspot activity, they can still experience improved propagation during periods of high solar activity. However, they are more susceptible to noise and interference. Solar Cycle 25: A New Era of HF Communication We are currently in Solar Cycle 25, which began after the solar minimum in December 2019. This cycle is expected to peak in 2025, offering exciting opportunities for HF communication, especially on higher bands like 10m. · Current Cycle: Solar Cycle 24, which ended in 2019, was the weakest cycle in 100 years, with a peak sunspot number of 114 in April 2014. Solar Cycle 25 is anticipated to bring increased sunspot activity, enhancing HF propagation conditions. · Historical Context: Solar Cycle 24 had an unusual progression, with the Northern Hemisphere peaking two years ahead of the Southern Hemisphere, resulting in fewer sunspots during the maximum phase. Introducing the QT Series If you want to follow Solar Cycle 25 and experience the joys of HF communications while taking advantage of the benefits of solar activity, here are two of Radioddity's 10-meter radios. QT40: Classic Design, Modern Performance The Radioddity QT40 is a powerful 10-meter radio, ideal for long-distance communication. · 40W Transmission Power: Delivers crystal-clear communication over long distances. · Noise Reduction: Ensures clear audio in noisy environments. · Weather Channel: Stay updated with weather bands and NOAA alerts. · Customizable Features: Includes CTCSS/DCS, PC programming, ASQ, SQ, RF gain, VOX, and HI-CUT. QT60: Versatility for Enhanced Communication The Radioddity QT60 is a high-power 10-meter radio, perfect for those needing robust performance and versatility. · 60W High Power: Enhances your communication experience. · Diverse Modes: Includes FM, AM, SSB (LSB & USB), and PA modes. · User-Friendly LCD Screen: Easy access to menu choices and crucial information. · Customizable Noise Reduction: Five levels of TX & RX noise reduction. · ASQ Function: Filters out background noise for clear communication. Understanding RF Propagation: The Science Behind the Magic HF radio communication is deeply intertwined with the principles of RF propagation. Understanding these principles can help operators better predict and adapt to changing conditions. Ground Wave Propagation: Close to Home · Hugging the Earth: Ground wave propagation involves HF signals traveling along the Earth's surface. This mode is particularly effective at lower frequencies and over short to medium distances. · Terrain and Obstacles: The effectiveness of ground wave propagation can be influenced by terrain, vegetation, and man-made structures. Smooth, conductive surfaces like seawater enhance ground wave propagation, while rough, obstructive terrain can weaken the signal. Sky Wave Propagation: Reaching for the Sky · Ionospheric Reflection: Sky wave propagation relies on the ionosphere to reflect HF signals to Earth, enabling long-distance communication. The ionosphere's various layers (D, E, and F) play crucial roles in this process. · Variable Conditions: The state of the ionosphere is affected by factors such as solar activity, time of day, and season. Operators must be aware of these variables to optimize communication paths. Line-of-Sight Propagation: Beyond HF ·Higher Frequencies: While more relevant to VHF and higher frequencies, line-of-sight propagation is a straightforward concept where signals travel directly between antennas without relying on reflection. ·Obstacles and Range: The range of line-of-sight communication is limited by the curvature of the Earth and obstacles like buildings and mountains. However, it provides reliable, interference-free communication within its range. Line-of-Sight Propagation: Beyond HF The interplay between HF radio waves and the ionosphere makes HF communication a dynamic and sometimes unpredictable endeavor. By understanding the impact of meteorological events and the principles of RF propagation, operators can better navigate the challenges and opportunities presented by the ever-changing environment. Radioddity Users: Tips for Weather-Resilient HF So, how do we, as Radioddity users who love HF, adapt to these ever-changing conditions? ·Stay Informed: Knowledge is power! Regularly check space weather forecasts (NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center is an excellent resource) and real-time propagation reports to anticipate potential disruptions. ·Embrace the Change: Be ready to adjust your approach: - Frequency Agility: Don't be afraid to switch frequencies if you encounter interference. Experimenting is part of the fun! - Digital Modes: Explore the resilience of digital modes like FT8. These modes are designed to cut through noise and fading, offering more reliable communication during challenging conditions. ·Patience, Patience, Patience: Most importantly, remember that HF conditions are always in flux. What doesn't work now might be perfect in a few hours. Embrace the dynamic nature of HF radio, and you'll be rewarded with incredible experiences. Conclusion HF radio communication is a captivating blend of technology and nature's forces. By grasping how weather, the ionosphere, and radio waves interact, we become more than just operators - we become HF explorers! At Radioddity, we want to empower you to venture confidently into the world of HF. We encourage you to embrace the adaptability HF requires, stay curious, and never stop exploring the magic of connecting with the world through the airwaves.
What is HF radio?
  What is HF radio? Known as the decameter band or decameter wave, high frequency (HF) is the ITU designation[1] for the range of radio frequency electromagnetic waves (radio waves) between 3 and 30 megahertz (MHz). The HF band is a major part of the shortwave band of frequencies, so communication at these frequencies is often called shortwave radio. Because radio waves in this band can be reflected back to Earth by the ionosphere layer in the atmosphere – a method known as "skip" or "skywave" propagation – these frequencies are suitable for long-distance communication across intercontinental distances. The band is used by international shortwave broadcasting stations (2.310 - 25.820 MHz), aviation communication, government time stations, weather stations, amateur radio and citizens band services, among other uses. Different from VHF (Very High Frequency - 30MHz-300MHz) and UHF (Ultra High Frequency - 300MHz-3GHz) radios, HF radios cover far greater distances thanks to ionospheric refraction – but the HF radio signals are prone to distortion by atmospheric conditions such as geomagnetic storms or solar flares that radio users cannot control. HF communications are best suited for long distance communication between ground operators and base stations. Some HF radios normally cover HF band only, like the Xiegu G106, Xiegu G90, Xiegu X6100.   What about VHF/UHF radios? VHF radio waves operate in a band between 30-300 megahertz, while UHF radio signals are propagated within 300 megahertz and 3 gigahertz. These radio waves travel over line of sight, making them ideal for local communications over a few kilometres. Indeed, VHF radio waves normally travel within line of sight along the Earth’s surface. Common uses for VHF are FM radio broadcasting, television broadcasting, two way land mobile radio systems (emergency, business, private use and military), long range data communication up to several tens of kilometres with radio modems, amateur radio, and marine communications. Air traffic control communications and air navigation systems (e.g. VOR, DME & ILS) work at distances of 100 kilometres or more to aircraft at cruising altitude. VHF was used for analog television stations in the US, and continues to be used for digital television. UHF radio waves propagate mainly by line of sight; they are blocked by hills and large buildings although the transmission through building walls is strong enough for indoor reception. One of the biggest pros of UHF radios is that they do a much better job of penetrating barriers in urban locations, like concrete, steel, and wood. So this kind of radio is best suited for use indoors, including buildings with multiple floors, in industries such as manufacturing, distribution, education, retail, hospitality, and healthcare. They also work well for businesses that function in both indoor and outdoor settings, where there are a lot of surrounding buildings. Nowadays, some radios are capable of transmitting on both VHF & UHF bands, like Radioddity GS-5B, making it meet more outdoor and indoor activities requirements. There are also some dual-band radios featuring 10W high power like Radioddity GA-510, supporting a longer range of communication.   US Amateur Radio Bands Reference - SOUCE

Entdecken Sie eine neue Dimension in der Welt der Kommunikation mit dem Xiegu X6200 HF- Funkgerät. Dieses Hochfrequenz- Funkgerät ist mit modernster HF-Direktabtastung ausgestattet und lässt Sie eine vollkommen neue Erfahrung in Bezug auf Transparenz und Präzision Ihrer Funkkontakte machen.

Es verfügt über ein 10cm großes LCD-Farbdisplay, einen entnehmbaren Akkupack, einen automatischen Antennentuner, ein eingebautes als auch ein externes Mikrofon und einen Digitalrekorder. Außerdem unterstützt es verschiedene SDR-Funktionen wie Digitalfilter, Rauschunterdrückung, Impulsstörungsunterdrückung und Spektrum-/Wasserfallanzeige. Es verfügt über zwei USB-Schnittstellen, eine ACC-Schnittstelle, eine 3,5-mm-Schnittstelle zum Anschluss einer Morsetaste und 3,5mm Buchse für einen externen Lautsprecher oder Ohrhörer. Es verfügt über zwei Steckplätze zur Aufnahme von externen Erweiterungskomponenten für zusätzliche Anwendungen und Peripheriegeräte.

Erweitern Sie jetzt Ihr Funkbetriebserlebnis mit dem Xiegu X6200!


Umwandlung von HF-Signalen in ein digitales Format für eine beispiellose Übertragungsqualität, die eine Revolution der Kommunikationsqualität darstellt.

Mehrere Modulationsarten

Umfassende Unterstützung für SSB-, CW-, AM-, NFM-, DIGI- und WFM-Betriebsarten, die sowohl für Funkamateure als auch für Profis geeignet sind.

Problemlose Kommunikation

Der X6200 verfügt über eine integrierte Soundkarte, den FT8-Decoder und die Unterstützung von BT/WLAN.

Automatischer Antennen-Tuner

Die automatische Antennenanpassung für beste Signalqualität macht eine manuelle Einstellung überflüssig und garantiert einen erstklassigen Signalempfang und -übertragung.

Anspruchsvolle Benutzeroberfläche

Ein hochauflösender 10cm Farbbildschirm, der zusammen mit einem empfindlichen Empfänger für eine präzise Signalanalyse sorgt. Dabei ist jedes wichtige Detail in unmittelbarer Reichweite.

Tragbares Design

Der Xiegu X6200 verfügt über einen kompakten Rahmen. Es ist Ihre Komplettlösung für POTA-Aktivitäten sowohl am Arbeitsplatz als auch vor Ort.

Auswechselbarer Akkupack

Ausgestattet mit einem austauschbaren 3200-mAh-Akkupack, der bei leichter Nutzung 4-5 Stunden Betriebszeit bietet. Genießen Sie überall eine zuverlässige und kontinuierliche Funkverbindung.

Protective Handles

The two handles offer complete protection for the screen from scratches and the knobs from potential impacts while also facilitating easier mobility.

Empfangsfrequenzbereich: 0,5MHz~30MHz / 88,0~108,0MHz / 50,00~54,00MHz / 108,0~136,0MHz
Sendefrequenzbereich: 1.8~2.0MHz / 7.0~7.2MHz / 14.0~14.35MHz / 21.0~21.45MHz / 28.0~29.7MHz / 3.5~3.9MHz / 10.1~10.15MHz / 18.068~18.168MHz / 24.89~24.99MHz / 50.00~54.00MHz
Betriebsarten: SSB/CW/AM/NFM/DIGI/WFM
Minimale Frequenzschrittweite: 1Hz
Antennenimpedanz: 50Ω
Betriebstemperaturbereich: 0℃~+50℃
Frequenzstabilität: ±1ppm (10 Minuten nach dem Start)
Versorgungsspannung: 9.0~15.0VDC, negative Elektrodenerdung
Empfangen: 650mA@ Max / Senden: 3A@ Max
Abmessungen: 8.3'' x 3.5'' x 2.3'' / 210 x 89 x 70mm
Gewicht: 2.0lb / 930g (nur Gerät)

Parameter des Senders
HF-Ausgangsleistung: 8W (SSB/CW/FM)±1dB @13.8VDC / 5W(SSB/CW/FM)±1dB (Akkubetrieb)
Störungsunterdrückung: ≥50dB
Trägerunterdrückung: ≥50dB
Mikrofonimpedanz: 200 Ω ~10k (600Ω im Allgemeinen)

Parameter des Empfängers
Schaltungstyp: HF-Direktabtastung
Seitenbandunterdrückung: ≥50dB
MDS: -138dBm


0,5~1,79999MHz / / 10uV /
1,8~1,99999MHz 0,20uV / 10uV /
2,0~27,9999MHz 0,20uV / 2uV /
28,0~30,0MHz 0,20uV 0,20uV 2uV /
50,0 ~ 54,0MHz 0,20uV 0,20uV 2uV /
88~108MHz(WFM) / / / >10uV
108-136MHZ (AM) / / / >10uV

Audio-Ausgang: 0,5W (4Ω, ≤10% THD)
Audio-Ausgangsimpedanz: 4~16Ω
Antennentuner Baugruppe
Abstimm-Impedanzbereich: 20Ω~175Ω
Erstabstimmzeit: ≤10s
Abstimmung unter Speicherladung: ≤0,1s

Hinweis: Die Spezifikationen und Parameter des Produkts unterliegen dem tatsächlichen Verkaufsstatus.
1. Das 80-Meter- oder 3,5-MHz-Band ist ein Band von Funkfrequenzen, die der Amateurfunknutzung zugewiesen sind, von 3,5 bis 4,0 MHz in der IARU-Region 2 (die hauptsächlich aus Nord- und Südamerika besteht) und im Allgemeinen 3,5 bis 3,8 oder 3,9 MHz in Regionen 1 und 3 (der Rest der Welt).
2. Das 40-Meter- oder 7-MHz-Band ist ein Amateurfunkfrequenzband, das 7.000–7.300 MHz in der ITU-Region 2 und 7.000–7.200 MHz in den Regionen 1 und 3 umfasst.

Was ist in der Box?
1 x Xiegu X6200 Funkgerät (inklusive Akkupack)
1 x Typ-C-Datenkabel
1 x Handmikrofon
1 x Steckernetzteil (zum Aufladen des austauschbaren Akkupacks)
1 x Spannungsversorgungskabel (für normalen Betrieb mit einer geeigneten externen Stromversorgung)
1 x Benutzerhandbuch

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6. Raddy Multifunktionsrucksack
7. Radioddity PB3-Tragetasche
8. Tragbares 100-W-Kraftpaket Xiegu DH100

Blick auf die aktuelle Produktion des Xiegu X6200 vom heutigen Tag (22. Mai 2024)

1 Year and 6 months
Manufacturer's Warranty.
• This warranty from Radioddity covers all new items (except Xiegu brand) purchased from For purchases made through other platforms like Amazon, eBay, and Walmart, we offer a 1-year warranty period from the date of purchase. The specific warranty terms may vary depending on the authorized dealer.
• This warranty cannot be transferred. You need to provide proof of purchase from us or an authorized dealer to avail warranty service.
• For Xiegu brand items, we offer a 1.5-year warranty for the G90, X6100, and X5105 models starting from September 14, 2022. All other models come with a 1-year warranty.

What Does This Limited Warranty Cover?

We warrant that the Products are free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and use in accordance with the respective Product user manual, during the Warranty Period. Please refer to the Instructions inside each package for a description of proper use and care of the unit.

What Does This Limited Warranty Not Cover?

This limited warranty does not cover damages directly or indirectly arising or resulting from or during:

(1) accident, misuse, abuse, vandalism or acts of God (including lightning and other weather conditions)

(2) use with another product or other damage or loss suffered by the use or combination of any other item

(3) improper or inadequate maintenance

(4) repairs by an unauthorized service technician

(5) normal wear and tear

Open Box

Open Box items are products that have damaged packaging or are otherwise not suitable to be sold as new. All items are tested to be working by a member of our team.

Open Box items come with a 6-month warranty instead of the standard 18 months warranty and are not eligible for any warranty extension offered to new products. We will not accept returns of Open Box items due to cosmetic damage or other non-performance-related issues. All sales of Open Box items are final and not eligible for a return or refund.

If for some reason the item is defective on arrival, please contact so we can arrange a replacement.

If you are satisfied with our products and service, please kindly leave us a positive product review. Any problem, be free to contact us
We strive to answer all emails as quickly as possible, but due to high email volume, it may take time for us to reply. Thanks in advance for your patience!

Order Processing

All orders are processed within 1-2 business days after we receive your full payment, excluding weekends and holidays.

As soon as your order is ready, we’ll update the tracking number and send it to you if you’re a Radioddity Member. We highly recommend that you register as a Radioddity Member here. If the item you ordered is temporarily out of stock, our customer service team will reach out to you. You can choose to wait until the item is back in stock or cancel your order.

Please be aware that we have several distribution centers globally. Therefore, your orders may be shipped from various locations including the United States, Canada, Europe, or China, depending on the availability of the product in our inventory.

Flat Shipping Rates




Outside US & EU

  Free when order amount ≥ $99.99 Free when order amount ≥ $99.99 Free when order amount ≥ $99.99

Flat fee




Ship from

➤ United States
➤ China

➤ Germany
➤ China

➤ China

Handling time 1-2 business days 1-2 business days 1-2 business days

Delivery time

5-7 business days

5-7 business days

7-15 business days


1. Customs fee included for US & EU countries.

2. Please note that taxes will be applied to shipping rates. These taxes will be calculated and added to your total at checkout.

3. US Shipping does not include Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico area. Please contact us for a detailed shipping fee to these areas.

4. For EU countries, please be aware that the listed product prices do not include VAT.

5. For shipping options to other countries, please visit our EXPANDED INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING page.

6. Please be aware that for outlet items, pre-orders, and open box items, the shipping services and charges may vary.

How Do I Change The Shipping Address Or Cancel My Order

Contact (CLICK HERE) immediately if you need to change the shipping address or cancel your order. Please be advised that some orders are shipped very soon after placement and it will not always be possible to make changes to the shipping address and/or cancel the order.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What forms of payment do you accept? currently accepts PayPal* or credit card for all orders.
*When purchasing with PayPal, your shipping address will automatically default to the address on file with PayPal, regardless of the shipping address you enter on your order.

2. Why has my credit card payment failed?
Payment with a credit card may fail because of bank authorization and fraud prevention systems. If you are having trouble making a payment via Credit Card, you may contact your card issuing bank or PayPal directly. Here are PayPal's phone numbers:
+1-888-221-1161 (US & Canada Toll Free) +1-888-215-5506 (US & Canada Toll Free)
+1-402-935-7733 (International) +1-402-935-2050 (International)

3. How do I know if it is safe to shop with you? takes great pride in offering a safe and secure online shopping experience. We also respect your privacy and we're committed to protecting it.

4. Is there any discount for bulk/volume purchases?
Radioddity does provide discounts for some bulk/volume purchases. Please email our customer service for more details.

5. Do you ship internationally?
Yes, we do! We ship to US & EU countries. For some products, we ship to CA.

6. How can I contact for additional assistance?
Email Customer service:
please email us via, and we will respond to your email as quickly as possible, usually within 24-48 hours.

7. How are warranties handled?
Repairs on defective merchandise are handled by the manufacturers and not by Radioddity unless otherwise indicated. If any item arrives damaged due to shipping, immediately contact the courier. Keep all shipping materials and contact us immediately.

8. Why didn't I receive an order confirmation email after my PayPal payment is completed?
We send a confirmation email to your primary PayPal email address or the e-mail address you have specified if you used the "PayPal Express Checkout" method. Make sure that you have a Radioddity account registered under your PayPal account's primary e-mail address.
In rare circumstances, a technical bug confirmed by PayPal can get in the way. If you do not receive any information at all, and your order does not appear in your Radioddity account, please contact us and send us your order details.

9. How do I change the shipping address or cancel my order?
Please contact customer service immediately if you need to change the shipping address or cancel your order. Please be advised that some orders are shipped very soon after payment and it will not always be possible to make changes to the shipping address and/or cancel the order.

10. What does charge for shipping order and how long will it be before I receive my order?
Please CLICK HERE to learn about our shipping policy.

11. Do you ship to PO boxes or Military APO/FPO addresses?
Only USPS can ship to both PO Boxes and Military APO/FPO addresses. The items have to be less than 2kg. Please allow additional time for orders to be shipped to these addresses. Express shipping cannot be sent to both PO Boxes and Military APO/FPO addresses.

12. Why am I unable to track my order?
It can sometimes take 24-48 hours or so for tracking information to update once an order has shipped from our warehouse.
Occasionally, a package may not receive the proper origin and transit scans while on its journey to you, so neither us nor express is able to track the exact location of the package in transit.
Please email us if you do not receive your order by the end of the quoted time frame. Please note that orders shipping via UPS can be delivered as late as 9:00 pm local time in some areas.

13. Taxes, Customs, & Duties
If the package is checked by your country's customs office when the item arrives in your country, most websites are declaring that you are responsible for import duties, tariffs, and taxes. However, Radioddity will be happy to go fifty-fifty with customers. Quality customer service is our highest value and we try our best to reduce our customer’s loss.

14. How do I return products if I am unsatisfied?
Please CLICK HERE to learn about our return policy.

15. What do I do if received the wrong item?
Return the wrong item. If the item you received is completely different from the one you ordered, please contact our Customer Service with photos or videos of the different product. If a return is necessary, replacement plus return shipping cost will be issued to you on receiving the returned product. Or if you decide to keep it, we will offer a 10% discount for buying it.

16. How do I return defective items?
If your product turns out to be a defective one with physical damage within 30 days from the initial receiving date. You can mail the item back in the original package without any wear and tear for a free replacement. However, you will need to provide photos and videos showing the defect(s) of the product.
*NOTE: We strongly recommend obtaining and saving your return tracking number until you are notified that we have completed your refund.*

17. When will a replacement be sent?
Replacements are treated the same way as that of new orders -- they typically arrive in 10 to 13 days. If a product needs to be returned for replacement, the replacement is sent after receiving the returned item.

18. How long does it take for me to get a refund?
It may take 1 or 2 weeks for your return to reach our warehouse. Once it is received and inspected (usually within 72 hours of arrival) your refund will be processed and automatically applied to your credit card or original method of payment within 2 days. Please note that depending on your credit card company, it may take additional 2-10 business days after your credit is applied for it to post to your account.