Evaton Technologies announced via their Facebook page a new large-format module, the RF Nomad: Atomic Shadow Edition.
The module grew out of a one-off custom module created for ‘mid-century electronica’ artist Atomic Shadow (Rod Mitchell).
The module is a 5U version of Evaton’s RF Nomad voltage-controlled shortwave radio receiver Eurorack module.
Due to interest, a limited run of the Atomic Shadow Edition of the RF Nomad will be made in 5U (dot com) format.
The RF Nomad: Atomic Shadow Edition is expected to be available this winter. Pricing is TBD, but is expected to be around $250-275, depending on final costs.
In addition to the module, a length of antenna coax cable will be included, and a small, but high quality receiving antenna. The antenna connection will be made via a standard SO-239 socket on the front of the module, which means that the RFN:ASE will be compatible with commercially-available shortwave / ham radio receiving antennas and accessories.
If you are interested in the module, Evaton has a sign up form on their site to gauge interest.