Simrad Loran C Receiver Is Fully A u t o m a t i c - Literature A v a i l a b le

S i m r a d ' s computer-controlled TL-838 takes advantage of microprocessor technology to insure quality operation. It quickly and automatically acquires and tracks the master and all secondary signals in a selected Loran C chain.

All TDs can be tracked simultaneously while any two are displayed.

An indicator shows the signal strength. The memory and instant recall capability makes it possible to store and recall up to t h r e e way p o i n t s . The large, bright numerals are easy to read.

Four tunable and two internally preset notch filters reject interference and noise to ensure high performance. The TL-838 has a dynamic range of 110 dB and a quick settling time of 1-3 minutes depending on signal conditions.

Several alarm systems assure accuracy. It has a self-test function for the microprocessors and displays.

An optional TC-28A Loran C coordinate converter is available.

The TL-838 is designed to meet or exceed all requirements of the U.S. Coast Guard-endorsed RTCM 70 Minimum Performance Standards.

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