Electro-Nav Brochure Describes Microprocessor Controlled Marine Receiver

Electro-Nav president Robert E. Negron announced recently the introduction of an inexpensive high-quality point-to-point microprocessor- controlled receiver with important advantages for seagoing vessels and coast stations. A brochure is offered describing the receiver.

Microprocessor control permits user pre-programming of more than 100 frequencies and their retrieval at the touch of a button, in any four operating modes: AM, CW, SSB, and FIB (SITOR). Narrowband direct-entry offset allows immediate SITOR tuning without the need for tedious mental calculations.

Other integral EN-R2 circuits also speed up traffic handling and increase reliability of reception.

The EN-R2 is non-volatile and will not lose its memory even if ship's power fails. It comes equipped with an AC and DC power supply, and automatically reverts to battery in the event of a power failure. It is the ideal receiver for ships requiring main or emergency receivers since it has been designed to meet and exceed stringent regulatory requirements.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 89,  Nov 1983 Navy

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