Hiberling PT-8000 Receives FCC & CE Approvals & More Hiberling News

The Hiberling PT-8000 has received it’s FCC approval! Here is the German Announcement:

PT-8000A·B / HN-8000A·B 21.05.2008

Im Mai ist die Prüfung der PT-8000 Transceiver auf Übereinstimmung mit den Zulassungsbestimmungen der Federal Communication Commission (FCC) der USA abgeschlossen worden. Die Transceiver können nun in den USA und in Kanada vertrieben werden.

Da die Zulassungsbedingungen der FCC den CE-Bestimmungen in Teilen ähnlich sind, konnten noch ausstehende Tests für die CE-Kennzeichnung ebenfalls abgeschlossen werden, so dass auch in den EU-Ländern in Kürze ausgeliefert werden kann.

Hier [1372 kB] kann der Prüfbericht für die FCC eingesehen werden.

Here is the link to the FCC Approval Letter:


Here is the link to the FCC Approval Testing:


Now I have to figure out how to get PT-8000 operating time before I part with the amount of scratch needed to aquire one of these rigs!

In other Hiberling News:  (From the English Translation by Southgate of the German Press Release)

Brand new Hilberling PT-8000 donated to Deutscher Amateur Radio Club

There was a special VIP visit at the DARC HQ on Tuesday.

The Hilberling Company were there to donate the first serial Hilberling PT-8000 to the HQ.

The DSP-transceiver for HF, 6 m and 2 m, will be set up in the shack of the HQ-radio-tower at Baunatal. It will be used for transmitting the DL-news bulletin every Thursday night at 1730 UTC on 3770 kHz ± QRM or similar. 

DARC Vice-President Dr. Walter Schlink, DL3OAP, Leader of the technical department Thilo Kootz, DL9KCE and Secretary Helga Gautsche, DO1FIB, thanked Hans Hilberling, DK7LG, Klaus Lohmann, DK7XL, and Jan Hauschildt of Hilberling GmbH for this brandnew transceiver which is given on permanent loan.



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