I recently got a HobbyPCB RS-HFIQ Transceiver & RS-HFIQ Enclosure. I connected with a a Behringer U-PHORIA UMC202HD USB audio interface. Note: It should work with just about any sound card I just used the UMC202HD since it will do 192k. Specifications Frequency Range - 3-30MHz (performance guaranteed on 80/60/40/30/20/17/15/12/10M ham bands) Sensitivity - MDS < -128 dBm on 80M dropping to < -135 on 10M (depending on processing bandwidth and sound card performance) Noise Figure - TX Power 5W typical, 4W minimum LO Feed-thru < -50 dBc @ 5W output Spurious and Harmonics < -50 dBc typical DC Power 13.8VDC, 2 amp max plus USB power for the Arduino Nano Size - 100MM x 160MM All in all it's a nice little radio and the price was pretty good at $239 for the radio and $40 for the enclosure. I have built a few soft rock receivers and while their transceivers looked interesting they only covered a few bands at about 1 watt. So this one was a nice step up and gave me more of what I wanted wit 80-10 at 5 watts. It will also connect to my Hardrock-50 Amplifier and the amp will follow the band switching automatically. I'm just passing the info along for those who may be looking for something like this.