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VHF transceiver HHKJ2000T

VHF transceiver
VHF transceiver
VHF transceiver
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HHKJ2000T Transceiver represents the latest generation of VHF air-ground communication equipment designed independently by our company. Possible applications range from civil aviation air-ground communication to air traffic control system. The transceiver is an important unit in the multi-transmit and multi-receive communication command system apart from VHF filter, antenna spliter, antenna combiner, and VHF co-pole antenna. General characteristics *Frequency range: 118 MHz ~ 144 MHz(118 MHz ~ 156 MHz optional) *Frequency error: ±1×10-6 *Channel spacing: 25 kHz/12.5 kHz /8.33 kHz *Modulation type: AM(A3E) *Work mode: semi-duplex *Antenna connector: N female,50Ω,common TX/RX antenna; BNC *female,50Ω,separate RX antenna *Power supply: AC 220 V±22 V,50 Hz±5 Hz; DC 24 V±2.4 V *Operating temperature: -20 ℃ ~ +55 ℃ *Storage temperature: -30 ℃ ~ +70 ℃ *Relative humidity: 95%, at +40 ℃±2 ℃ *Dimensions: 482 mm×133 mm×536 mm(with handles) *Weightn: 18 kgReceiver -Receiver *Receive sensitivity: ≤1.5 μV *Selectivity: ±7.5 kHz/6 dB,±25 kHz/80 dB *Squelch: setting range (S+N)/N 8 dB ~ 15 dB *Image frequency rejection: ≥80 dB *Intermediate frequency rejection: ≥100 dB *Adjacent channel rejection: ≥75 dB *Intermodulation response rejection: ≥70 dB *Oscillator reradiation: ≤-90 dBm *Desensitization rejection: ≥80 dB *AF response: -3 dB ~ +1 dB *Audio distortion ≤5% AF outputs Line output: 0 dBm±1.5 dBm nominal,-12 dBm ~ 0 dBm settable -Transmitter *RF carrier power: 50 W(10 W ~ 50 W settable) *Modulation depth: 30% ~ 90% ,limiter at 99% *AF response: -3 dB ~ +1 dB *Modulation distortion: ≤5% *Harmonic emission: ≥80 dBc *Spurious emission: ≥90 dBc *Adjacent channel power: ≤-60 dBc
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