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OPTIONS

  • option 1 .2 PPM TCXO
  • option 2 .05 PPM high stability oven TCXO
  • option 4 Battery option
  • option 5 Gen amp 30 db amplifier
  • option 6 Microphone
  • option 7 Telescoping Antenna
  • option 9 Soft padded carrying case
  • option 10 DVM & DTMF Decoder
  • option 11 European encode-decode
  • option 12 Tracking Generator for Spec Analyzer
  • option 13 GPIB Operation
  • option 14 Trunking
  • option 15 Cellular AMPS
  • option 16 CELLULAR ETACS

    These are the common options. Every unit had a battery except for the 500 w/ opt 2. I never understood why IFR sold batteries with opt 2 (high stability TCXO) for the battery would time out in 10 minutes and the osc would not be stable until approximately 15 minutes. Usually, after 3 cycles of the battery, it is time to get it plugged back in. The std TCXO's (most common) are generally on time at startup or at least in the ballpark.

    The software is basically like this:  "7.1-XX" or 6.1-XX" etc...The "XX" would reference:

  • 00 Nothing, just a plain unit.
  • 01 Tracking generator
  • 02 Trunking
  • 03 Tracking generator w/ trunking
  • 04 Cellular
  • 05 Cellular w/ tracking gen
  • 07 Cellular w/ tracking gen & trunking If you study the above you will see the pattern (opt 1 + opt 4 = opt 5, tracker + cellular)