Al Williams WD5GNR writes on Hackaday about a ham radio transceiver that requires a veritable flurry of acronyms: HF, SSB, QRP, and SDR to start with
In the video Paul OM0ET does a nice job of unboxing the rig and checking it out. The radio is a clone of a German project and provides a low-power radio with a rechargeable battery. You can see his video about the gear below.
SSB is an odd choice for low power operation, although we wonder if you couldn’t feed digital data in using a mode like PSK31 that has good performance at low power. There are several variations of the radio available and they cost generally less than $200 — sometimes quite a bit less.