The Hermes Lite 2 is a network-connected QRP HF direct-sampling SDR transceiver. It’s supported by multiple software SDR apps (for Linux, Mac, Windows, Raspian, Android, and even iOS). See: http://www.hermeslite.com Has anyone using one found any downside due to the (only) 12-bit ADC ? (My current antenna site has too high a noise floor to do a good on-the-air comparison against receivers which have a higher sampling depth.) Also, I’m developing a simplified iPhone SDR app to run the Hermes Lite 2 transceiver. This will allow using the HL2 transceiver for portable/SOTA type ops without having to carry a PC (just an iPhone or iPad, plus an ethernet dongle). I estimate that a good percentage of hikers carry an iPhone with them already, so no additional weight should be needed for an SDR radio front panel. If anyone has an iOS + Hermes combo, email me if you want to be put on Apple’s testflight list for beta testing my app.