Marine radio FM-8900S
for shipsVHFwith DSC

marine radio
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Characteristics

Application domain
marine, for ships
Network
VHF
Function
with DSC

Description

▲Semi-duplex 25-Watt VHF radiotelephone with a built-in Class-A DSC and CH70 watch Receiver ▲Fully meets GMDSS carriage requirements for SOLAS ships ▲Meets the new ITU recommendation on digital selective calling system for use in the Maritime Mobile Service, ITU-R M.493-14 ▲Easy to read, high-contrast 4.3" bright color LCD ▲Enhanced noise reduction and speaker for superb voice quality ▲Quick access to CH16 key ▲Automatic entry of own ship position and time through the interfaced GPS receiver ▲ATIS signal transmission available for inland waterways ▲Connect to an ofce or home via an existing PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)Press the CH16 key on the keypad to switch to radiotelephone display and select CH16 instantlyTurn the knob to highlight “DSC” and press the knob.Turn the knob to highlight “ACK SETTINGS” and press the knob. ▲Easy channel selection with rotary control or direct keypad input Scans all channels in the selected region and CH16 The FM-8900S scans all channels in the selected region as well as watches CH16 in alternate shift Transmitting and receiving general/distress DSC messages By long-pressing (3 seconds) the "DISTRESS" button, DSC distress alert can be transmitted. Also, quick entry to DSC message composition screen is available by use of "DISTRESS MSG" and "OTHER DSC MSG" buttons.For general DSC messages, press "OTHER DSC MSG" to enter the composition screen.For DSC messages for distress alert, press "DISTRESS MSG" to enter the composition screen.For DSC messages for DROBOSE (DSC Relay On Behalf Of Someone else), press both "DISTRESS MSG" and "OTHER DSC MSG" to enter the composition screen

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