Showing posts from December 20, 2009

BITX 20 Case For Future

Our Friend Greg  OH2FFY   has sent me an email with suggestions for the Bitx Case, I would like to share some of his suggestions.


Hi ...
The Bitx20 needs to mature and come from an experimental workbench rig and become a REAL rig in every way.
One let down for many custom builders is the lack of quality enclosures for their projects.
You CAN get some nice boxes if you hunt them down , but they are expensive.
There really is no viable cheap option of enclosures that don't look like nasty tin lunch boxes.
So many make their own boxes from PCB material (which isn't cheap) or bend up some monster in their garage from metal. (ugly)
My suggestion is to make a new line of enclosures , not only for the Bitx20 kit , but for radio/electronic experimenter community as a whole.
If done locally (India) I expect that the costs could be quite low.
Also I have some further ideas as to how to make it cheaper and flexible in design.
So my Bitx20 case design c…

Feedback By Radio Amateurs World Wide for Bitx Version 3 Kit

It has been a long time since I updated this blog,the reason being for new orders for Bitx Kits and other Kits.
The Bitx has reached many countries now. The usual countries are USA, and most parts of Europe.
The latest are a few Asian countries Thailand , Viet Nam Nepal and Argentina in South America.

It is really great to see the interest sustained in Bitx Version 3 and as new Hams build  it, then more get the desire to try it out.

This year the aim will be to get the modules for available for Bitx to be used as a multiband with CW and other modes, and a new case with kind suggestion from friends.

I have received some feedback which I  would like to share, as to show the quality of service and packing of kits from my end.


The kit has just arrived. Your packaging is amazing - my compliments.

 Many thanks, and 73.


I wanted to let you know the case arrived ok. Everything ok in the
package. Thank you again for your great products and serv…