New Radiotelephone Made By Texas Instruments —Brochure Available

The production of the TI3000 HF SSB Radiotelephone, a fully synthesized worldwide radiotelephone, was announced recently by Texas Instruments Incorporated, Dallas, Texas. Offering continuous coverage from 1.605 to 25.1 megahertz, the TI3000 has a unique design which combines the final amplifier and a fully automatic antenna coupler in a single unit to deliver all of the transmitter power — a full 125 watts PEP — to the antenna. This advanced design results in substantially improved performance over conventional designs in which the amplifier feeds the antenna coupler through a long cable.

A four-color brochure describing and illustrating the full range and capabilities of the radiotelephone is available from the company.

The TI3000 is a compact, twounit system consisting of a receiver 'exciter control unit and a power amplifier antenna coupler unit. Up to 125 feet of readily available, low-cost RG 58 cable can be used to connect the amplifier to the user's antenna without output power loss.

The system features an easyto- use 12-button keyboard on the receiver/exciter/control unit which allows the user to select any of 243,951 individual frequencies with just a few key presses. Functions such as channel selection, transmit mode, and tuning are also easily controlled from the keyboard. Since the TI3000 is fully synthesized, the user can change channel frequency assignments from the keyboard, instead of manually changing crystals.

For a free copy of the Texas Instruments b r o c h u r e on the TI3000, Write 62 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 6,  Sep 1981

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