Welcome to Kanga Products
Welcome to the Kanga Products website, home of the famous Foxx-3 Transceiver. Items are being added or changed all the time, If in the meantime you do come across any problems or cannot see what you are looking for, then please email us and we will try to help.
Kanga (US) are now stocking a limited range of our kits, these are now listed on their website Click Here for details. Hopefully this will now help in reducing the postage costs incurred when shipping to the USA from the UK.
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M0TGN Morse Tutor £ TBA
Due to popular demand Dan M0TGN asked Kanga (UK) if we can help in the production of a kit for his now famous Morse Tutor. This will be available in two versions, to register your interest for either kit, with no obilgation to purchase please Click Here and leave your details. Once the kits are ready for shipping, we will advise all those that have shown an interest first. So as not to miss out, make sure you register. You will also find further details about the kits that will be available by Clicking Here.
The "Sandford" Wattmeter - £TBA
This kit proved very popular on it's first run, we are now permanently adding this kit to the Kanga Range of Kits.
This wattmeter is intended for use a a piece of test equipment in the QRP enthusiast's shack. The accuracy is better than 10% which compares favourable with commercial units.
The Sandford Wattmeter consists of the following three instruments.
- A 50Ω Non-Inductive Load (Dummy Antenna)
- A Resistor Pi Network giving a -36dB sample output.
- A Dual Range (5 & 20 watt Full Scale) Power Meter
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The "Urmston" Regen Receiver Kit
"2015 G-QRP Buildathon Kit "
The production of this kit is a collaboration between the G-QRP Club and Kanga Products.
This great little receiver design came from the stable of George Dobbs G3RJV and Paul Darlington m0xpd.
The kit is supplied with components, that when built it will cover the frequency range of 6 - 8 MHz.
Go to Receiver kits page for full details.
Acorn II SDR Receiver
"The BATH January Buildathon 2016 "
The Acorn II SDR Receiver is an upgraded version by Paul Darlington m0xpd, of the ealier G0NQE Acorn SDR receiver. The original design was created for a Pontefract radio Club project and built by a large number of club members in February 2011. It was a great success, and still continues to be. The original kit covered 2 switched sections of the 80m phone band. The Acorn II SDR offers a 40m receiver kit, with two options of frequency control. Using either Crystals or the m0xpd Si5351A Arduino Shield, also available from Kanga Products.
The "m0xpd" Si5351A Shield for the Arduino - £29.95
Please go to "The Arduino Project Page/Arduino Shields" for full details.
In the meantime whilst not try out this great little chip, by using the breakout board below, Paul m0xpd has even written a basic sketch so as to generate VFO and BFO Signals for a Superhet. Check out his blog. http://m0xpd.blogspot.co.uk/
Please note: This kit does not include the SMA edge connectors. These are available seperately (see Special Offers Page).
The "Kanga" K16 Keyer - £16.50 each
This kit is a inexpensive single IC Morse Code Keyer/Processor which can be used either in contesting or casual use.
It is based on the very popular K16 I.C. developed by Steve Elliot K1EL who has kindly allowed Kanga Products to produce their own PCB.
"The K16 Keyer has many original features, and with a PCB measuring 38mm x 35 mm it is small enough to fit inside a transceiver".
Click Here to download the K16 Features & Description including a Tuturial.
Click Here to download the build in structions.
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The Si5351A clock generator breakout from Adafruit! - £6.95 each
This chip has a precision 25MHz crystal reference and internal PLL and dividers so it can generate just about any frequency, from <8KHz up to 150+ MHz. The Si5351A clock generator is an I2C controller clock generator. It uses the onboard precision clock to drive multiple PLL's and clock dividers using I2C instructions. By setting up the PLL and dividers you can create precise and arbitrary frequencies. There are three independent outputs, and each one can have a different frequency. Outputs are 3Vpp,
Click Here to see Paul m0xpd's blog to to see the latest instalment with regards to this is great little board.
Click Here for the link to the updated firmware to get you up and running.
To see how easy it is to get this Breakout Board doing what you want i.e. a BFO or a VFO or both look at Paul's blog http://m0xpd.blogspot.co.uk/
Also see Special Offers page for further details.