M17 is currently experimenting with existing hardware, and developing new hardware for use with the M17 Protocol.
Module 17 is a smart-mic module that plugs into existing 9600 baud capable radios (such as the Kenwood V71 and D710, Motorola Waris (CDM/GM), and others)
ADF7021 Module is an experimentation module for the prolific ADF7021 RF chip, commonly used for DV hotspots.
NucleoTNC developed by Mobilinkd as an open-source TNC platform that supports the M17 Protocol.
TNC3 also developed by Mobilinkd is a commercial TNC that supports the M17 Protocol.
OpenRTX is a free and open source firmware for digital ham radios (TYT MD3x0 and clones, Ailunce HD1, Module 17, and more) that supports the M17 Protocol.