Cybernet Introduces Multi-Scan, High-Tech VHF-FM Radiotelephone

Cybernet Marine Products, Kyocera International, Inc., Warren, N.J., has introduced the CTX-2060, an 89-channel VHF-FM radiotelephone that can scan all U.S. and international channels simultaneously, automatically switching to the channel in use. It can also be programmed to scan any of four preselected preselected 10-channel groups. In addition, any channel may be selected as priority on the dual watch feature, and the receiver will automatically switch to that channel whenever it is in use. The unit features coverage of all 89 U.S. and international VHFFM channels, including 9 weather channels The new CTX-2060 has a large LCD digital channel and function readout, with excellent visibility day or night. The waterproof touchpad keyboard acknowledges input with a beep. There is a channel 16 emergency key, a 25 Watt-one watt switch and a U.S./International select key. A loudhailer and an intercom have also been added.

The style-matched case has a unique snap-lock mounting bracket and a reversible front panel for table or overhead mounting. It is fully Oring sealed and marinized for long service at sea.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 5,  Aug 1985

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