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The NEC CQ-110 is a Japanese transceiver from the 1970s. It was produced in different versions: CQ-110, CQ-110N and CQ-110E.
Features include VOX, RIT (NEC calls it FINE), noise blanker, digital frequency readout with UP and LOW limit LEDs, provision to use two XTALs for fixed channels, heater button, a 100 kHz calibrator.
Optional accessories: external speaker, external VFO, linear amplifier (CQ-301). (CW filter and DC/DC converter were optional for CQ-110 and CQ-110N)
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