Si-Tex Enters VHF/FM Marine Field- Literature Available

Si-Tex has expanded into the marine radio market with the introduction of the Model 678 synthesized VHF/FM radiotelephone.

With 55 transmit and 78 receive channels, the transceiver provides complete coverage of all U.S. and international VHF marine frequencies.

Four weather channels are also included.

The Model 678 automatically sets up proper domestic or international mode by use of a single front panel selector switch. Proper operation is provided for anywhere in the world. LED indicator light advises when in semiduplex operation. Selected channel is indicated by easy-to-read green LED digital display.

The radio has a priority channel 16 instant select button for alternating between a working channel and channel 16 without resetting channels. Front panel push buttons provide instant selection of weather one and two.

A full 25 watts of power is delivered to the antenna. At the touch of a button, power is decreased to one watt. Front panel red TX light indicates when transmitting.

Receiver sensitivity of 0.3 microvolts for - 2 0 dB SINAD helps bring in weak or distant signals. A five-watt audio speaker jack is also included.

For more information and free literature, write to Presley Taylor, Si-Tex, P.O. Box 6700, Clearwater, Fla. 22518.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 16,  Nov 1980 Robert L. Bass III

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