Rare: Small Wonder Labs FREQ-Mite Frequency Counter via Morse Code

IMG_5201_Fotor.jpg
IMG_5202_Fotor.jpg
QST Freq-Mite_Fotor.jpg
IMG_5202_Fotor.jpg
IMG_5203_Fotor.jpg
IMG_5201_Fotor.jpg
IMG_5202_Fotor.jpg
QST Freq-Mite_Fotor.jpg
IMG_5202_Fotor.jpg
IMG_5203_Fotor.jpg

Rare: Small Wonder Labs FREQ-Mite Frequency Counter via Morse Code

18.00

The Small Wonder Labs FREQ-Mite is a PIC-based Morse read-out frequency counter that was produced by Dave Benson, K1SWL, in the late 1990s. It is an excellent accessory for transceivers with analog tuning. Its maximum counting frequency is 32.76 MHz – covering all of the high-frequency amateur radio bands – 80, 40, 20, 17 and so on. Its accuracy is +/- 1.5 kHz to 25 MHz and +/- 2 kHz at 32 MHz. Send a query asking what your frequency is and it sends Morse audio via an 800 Hz tone. The Morse speed is adjustable from 13 to 26 words-per-minute. The brains of the FREQ-Mite is a PIC 16C621 chip, programmed by Small Wonder Labs. The kit includes all parts and a top-quality printed circuit board. This is a through-hole parts kit. There are no surface-mount components. The package has never been opened and includes a six-page assembly and operations manual. Long out of production, the FREQ-Mite is a rare find, indeed.

Add To Cart