Electro-Nav To Market New 400-Watt SSB Transmitter/Receiver

Electro-Nav president Robert E. Negron has announced the addition of the EN 400 SSB Transmitter/ Receiver to his company's product line.

"This is a unique unit," said Mr. Negron. "It's chock full of excellent features, performs beautifully and reliably, is simple to operate, and has a sensible price tag. The EN 400 is a natural for fast, efficient offshore and longrange communications." The EN 400 is equipped with one-control reset for rapid retrieval of any of 100 preselected frequencies. Fully synthesized, it can be tuned to any frequency in any marine band with no need for crystals, regardless of any future channel allocations by any authority.

The unit is conservatively rated at 400 watts of clean antenna power for reliable offshore and long-range communications, both voice and code, and comes with built-in fully automatic antenna tuning that eliminates amplifier band switches and drive, tune and load controls. Single knob operations simplifies tuning, and bandpass filter circuits permit optimum duplex performance.

The EN 400 was previewed at the recent Seattle Fish Expo and in San Francisco, where it generated significant industry interest.

For more information on the EN 400, write to Electro-Nav, Inc., 1201 Corbin Street, Elizabeth Marine Terminal, Elizabeth, N.J. 07201.

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