Very compact portable scanner for the road trip. The VR-160 has a solid aluminum die-cast chassis and a crisp LC matrix display. The receiver covers 100kHz up to 1299.995MHz continuously, no gaps. Receive modes are AM, AFM and WFM. The size of the scanner is the same as that of the Yaesu handheld radio VX-3E, using some optional accessories from this radio as well.
The VR-160 hand scanner features many functions, which or otherwise know only from larger receivers. More than 900 memories, organized in 24 banks, offer a lot of storage for all interesting frequencies. A band scope facility shows up to 50 adjacent channels. The internal ferrite antenna improves reception on AM bands. The scanner supports SQL operation with DCS and CTCSS.
Included in shipment is:
FNB-82LI LiIon Battery 3.7V, 1100mAh
FBA-37 battery case for 3x AA (Mignon)
Wall charger PA-46C
Mechanical Dial Lock function
Solid construction, aluminum die-cast chassis
3.7V / 1100mAh LiIon battery
Battery case FBA-37 for 3 x AA Batteries included
Integrated ferrite antenna for AM reception
SMA Antenna for VHF/UHF
Earphone port for WFM radio
Listen to AM or FM radio while monitoring a VHF/UHF frequency at the same time
Wide band receiver from 100kHz to 1299.995 MHz, no gaps
High resolution LC matrix display
24 memory banks plus some special banks for weather, marine VHF, shortwave
Large storage capacity: 900 Standard memories plus 100 skip memories, 50 band edge memories
CW training function – learn code Morse while on travel
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