CAI Introduces New Keyboard-Operated SSB Transceiver Line

Communications A s s o c i a t e s, Inc., Huntington Station, N.Y., has announced the Digiscan® family of microprocessor-based SSB transceivers for the international and U.S. Government markets. The first transceivers to offer total, simplified keyboard control, Digiscan is available in output powers of 150, 400, and 1,000 watts.

A number of special features are incorporated in the new design.

Digiscan offers automated microprocessor frequency selection of 284,000 channels by keyboard, and the choice of 100 programmable channels. It scans the HF spectrum just like VHF; removes spurious signals at the touch of a button; incorporates an emergency alarm and channel ; and stays on frequency with a 0.4 Hz/mHz stability. Remote control interface with telephone, teleprinter, facsimile, and manual telegraph is possible with a minimum of low-cost accessory equipment.

Available in a readily transportable, desk top unit (model 150-ZY), a rack-mounted version (model 1000-ZY), and a desk assembly with rack built in (model 1000-ZY-R), Digiscan is expected to find wide application as emergency or primary communications around the world.

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