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DX Engineering Acquires Line of KD9SV Amateur Radio Products

DX Engineering has announced that it has acquired the full line of amateur radio products from KD9SV—a company that has been producing breakthrough, performance-enhancing devices for low-band reception since 1987.

This acquisition will ensure that popular devices designed by Gary Nichols, KD9SV, will continue to be available to amateur radio enthusiasts worldwide. DX Engineering is in the process of taking over production responsibilities of KD9SV’s lineup of antenna systems/accessories and asks for your patience as it completes this transition. Please look for future announcements of when KD9SV devices for 160 and 80 meter receiving systems will be available at

“DX Engineering is thrilled for the opportunity to add KD9SV Products to our growing family of brands,” said Tim Duffy, K3LR, DX Engineering CEO. “We remain dedicated to making sure these types of well-respected legacy devices, which have helped so many operators around the globe, continue to be available for improved contesting and DXing results.”

KD9SV Products joins these other highly regarded amateur radio brands which DX Engineering has acquired over the years: Butternut Antenna, Clifton Laboratories, Comtek, Hi-Z, Top Ten Devices, and TransWorld Antennas.

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