|Most recently dug out of the basement from the radio boxes, a citizen's band transceiver; it provides AM, USB and LSB operating modes over the usual 40 channels. It can be modified to do more, but that's not of interest to me. It has very good audio quality on both receive and transmit, and enough capabilities that along with a good antenna, any reasonable communications scenario can be addressed.|
Notable are three different types of noise reduction; instant access to channels 9 and 19 without disturbing the main dial; courtesy beep; RF gain; RF power; tone; SWR, power and modulation metering; transmit monitoring; full panel dimming; and PA capability, which will be useful to us as a quick way to address the back yard, as we have no windows back there, only cameras.
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