Notice: 10 Meter Radios are intended for use by amateur radio operators only. A license from the FCC is required. 10 Meter Radios come with a warranty from their respective manufacturer. Returns are not accepted by CBRADIOS4YOU, but should be handled by their respective warranty center.
Ranger Communications once again sets the performance and reliability standard for entry level amateur mobile transceivers with the latest generation of our popular RCI-2950DX/70 series of cost effective, multi mode, high performance transceivers.
Introducing the new RCI-2950DX & RCI-2970N2. These new models feature microprocessor control of not one but two amateur bands. The new RCI-2950DX, rated at 25W PEP and the RCI-2970N2, rated at 200W PEP are perfect for the recent band openings on 10 and 12 meters. Now you can upgrade your mobile Ham capabilities with a radio that is rich in features and reasonable in cost.
The new models have retained the operating features of its popular predecessors, including programmable repeater offset and capabilities for a CTCSS tone option — great for increasing repeater activity on 10 meters — and receiver scanning for quick search of active frequencies. The units offer three methods of frequency selection, non-volatile memory to store and scan up to ten favorite frequencies, and front panel frequency selector lockout.
In addition, the Series offers an impressive array of design and performance improvements:
— An improved receiver: designed for increased sensitivity and image rejections.
— A double FET balanced mixer: for improved receiver intermodulation rejection.
— New power supply protection: and temperature compensation for improved stability and reliability over wide temperature ranges.
— Surface mount components: for increased resistance to shock and vibration.
— Improved display lighting: for easy reading in a wide range of light conditions.
— Variable Power Output from 2 watts to 25 watts (RCI-2950DX), 10 watts to 200 watts (RCI-2970N2).
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