Improvements in the "A" model include:
* Improved Ergonomics: Single key presses will select your mode and bandwidth.
* More Memories: 440 memory positions.
* Faster Scanning: Scan 40 channels per second.
* Alphanumeric Display: Program names may be displayed on the front panel.
* Display & Entry Frequencies: User programmable in kHz or MHz.
* Cabinet Feet: Front panel tilt via a metal bail.
* Event Timers/Clocks: Two Timers. The time may be programmed to remain on at all times.
* Improved AGC: The AGC has a smoother attack for improved SSB listening.
* Tone Control: Expanded control of high frequency range.
* FM Receive Mode: New highpass filter to reduce sub-audible tone squelch signals.
* Line Cord: New detachable power cord.
* Expanded RS-232 Control: Allows customized reports of frequency, mode, memory, channel, name, and signal strength.
- Desktop Amateur HF/VHF Receiver
- Frequency range RX
(RX 35-55 / 108-174 MHz with optional converter)
- Frequency stability
- Tuning steps
- AM / AM-sync / FM / CW / USB / LSB / RTTY
- Receiver system
- Image rejection
- Audio output
- SO-239 + Clamps/screws
- Power requirements
- 11-16V DC or mains
- Current drain RX
- Max 2 A
- Dimensions (w×h×d)
- 334 × 134 × 330 mm (13.15 × 5.28 × 12.99 in)
- 5.9 kg (13 lbs)
- Form factor
- Between 199x and 2005
- 440 channels in 1 banks @ 40 chn/sec
- Amateur / Ham radio operators
- RS232C interface
- None available
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