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Narco HT 870 Air Band Radio 760 Channels
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Narco HT870 is a hand held 760 channel communication transceiver covering the band of 118 to 136.975 MHz and a 200 channel NAV receiver covering the band of 108 to 117.95 MHz. (Air Band) The HT870 antenna is removable and may be connected to the aircraft's COM antenna Nav and COM frequencies are displayed on the LCD and are easily entered on the front keypad. Ten pre-programmable NAV or COM frequencies may be stored in memory and manually selected or automatically scanned. A memory lockout feature is provided in which programmable frequencies can be locked out of the automatic or manual scan. The display can be illuminated for night/dark use.


FEATURES
Microprocessor controlled circuitry
760 COM channels
200 NAV channels
10 pre-programmable nonvolatile memory locations
Keyboard data entry
Large Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Quickly changed, rechargeable NiCad battery pack
Scanning Modes: Memory, Scan
Priority channel scanning in SCAN mode
Squelch-Adjust Control
Nominal 2 watts RF Transmitter
Lightweight, 1 lb. 4 oz. (570 grams)
Receiver sensitivity 1.5 microvolts for 6 dB S N/N
Separate external speaker/microphone jack
Inputs for normal and quick charge
Quick removable (BNC) antenna
Quick slideoff battery pack
VOR displayed in CDI/BRG modes


 


The battery pack only lasts about 10 minutes as of 3 months ago, expect to replace it. This will function perfectly fine off the included AC power supply, or any type of DC power input (which is normally used in aircraft for more consistent power output).


 

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