From the tapr-announce mailing list:
TAPR is pleased to announce that Hermes, an HF transceiver incorporating the capabilities of the existing “Atlas Bus” HPSDR receiver, exciter, and computer interface onto a single board, is now available for order at http://tapr.org/kits_hermes.html
The Hermes board is completely assembled and tested, and is offered at the following prices.
TAPR member: $895
TAPR non-member: $940
The order page will close Wednesday July 25th, so don’t delay!
Please note that TAPR will be building only one production run of Hermes boards, and will only build the number necessary to fulfill the orders received on or before before the July 25th cutoff date.
Estimated delivery is October 15, and earlier if possible. Be a part of history and support HPSDR!
More information here: http://openhpsdr.org/wiki/index.php?title=HERMES
Order here: http://tapr.org/kits_hermes.html
Software-defined radio is one of those things that I just really haven’t gotten into yet, and I feel like I’m getting further and further behind. How about you? Should I really care?