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Advanced Version of MtRF-7501 VHF/UHF Ground-to-Air Transceiver to Support Civilian, Military Applications

As the latest addition to a growing product line, Mountain RF Sensors is announcing an advanced version of their MtRF-7501 VHF/UHF Ground-to-Air Transceiver. The company slogan, “What have you been missing?” is rooted in the Software Defined Receiver (SDR) architecture that offers superior sensitivity and dynamic range.

In addition to the AM/FM capabilities of the original version, this model now supports Single Side Band (SSB), both LSB, and USB modes. Custom digital modes can also be accommodated at the factory. Contact Mountain RF Sensors about your unique requirements.

Featuring frequency ranges of 116–152 MHz (VHF) and 225–400 MHz (UHF), Model MtRF-7501 is geared for both civilian and government/military applications. The Ground-to-Air transceiver provides RF output of 25 Watts AM, 50 Watts FM, and 100 Watts on SSB; giving you equal performance without the unnecessary options while doing so at a price point that is approximately 20% of the cost of the “big boys”. Housed in 4U, 19 inch rackmount enclosure, it includes serial, USB, Ethernet, and remote display ports. The unit features a color touch screen standard, plus dedicated front panel controls for power, volume, squelch, tuning, and high/low power. The MtRF-7501 operates from 90–250 VAC line power or 24–32 VDC.

For additional information or to answer any questions you may have, please call 954-968-6566 or visit our website at: www.MountainRF.com

Source: http://www.mountainrf.com/

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