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RadioShack / Realistic Comp-100

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Mobile HF/VHF/UHF Scanner / receiver

The Comp-100 was Radio Shack's first programmable scanner. This scanner was introduced in 1977 before the RadioShack / Realistic Pro-2001. It was programmed in binary and one the most sensitive UHF scanners ever sold. Build quality was poor however and heat caused the PCB boards to swell and break vias. Introduction price was USD 399.95, but that was dropped to USD 299.95 almost immediately. USA Catalog Number: 20-110

Specifications
Type
Mobile Amateur VHF Scanner / receiver 
Frequency range RX
30-50 / 150-172 / 450-512 MHz 
TX
Frequency stability
Tuning steps
Filters
Receiver
Modulations
FM 
Sensitivity
Selectivity
Receiver system
IF-frequencies
Image rejection
Audio output
Transmitter
Modulations
RF-output
Connections
Antenna
KOK1 
Impedance
50/75 Ω 
Electrical
Power requirements
12V DC or mains 
Current drain RX
N/A 
TX
Physical
Dimensions (w×h×d)
Weight
Form factor
Mobile 
Manufactured
Between 1977 and 19xx  
Other features
Memories
16 channels in 1 banks  
Usage
Amateur / Ham radio operators 
Manufacturer
RadioShack / Realistic 
Model
Comp-100
Features
 
Manuals, Diagrams and Brochures
 
None available  
 
 
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