Regency Introduces New Marine Transceiver

—Literature Available Regency Electronics, Inc. of Indianapolis, Ind., announces the introduction of the Polaris MT6500, a systhesized marine band transceiver.

The MT6500 operates all U.S.

and international channels, 10 weather channels, and has capacity to add up to 10 private channels.

The scanning receiver section can be programmed to scan as few as two or as many as all of the marine channels.

All information is entered into the microprocessor through the backlighted translucent rubber keyboard.

Channel numbers and prompting information is displayed on the vacuum fluorescent display.

A special feature of the MT6500 is a programmable dual priority feature that either automatically reverts to the priority channel when a call is received or beeps to let you know there is a call on the priority channel. The new unit also features a 25/1 watt selector, bright/dim panel light control, digital clock, and reversible mounting bracket.

For further information and free literature on the MT6500, Circle 53 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 71,  Nov 1984

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