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Micom RM500

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Model: M91AMN0KV5-K & G160 220VAC
Model: M91AMN0KV5-K & G161 110VAC
Model: M81AMN0KV5-K & G762 12 VDC

The Micom-RM500 HF-SSB is a Rack-Mount 500 Watts continuous duty transceiver, integrated into a 19" cabinet with, amplifier system is comprised of the Micom-3T and a 500W Amplifier designed in a 6RU rack mount configuration, is DSP controlled radio with embedded ALE. ALE JITC certified. It is fully compliant with FED-STD 1045 and MIL STD 188/141B and meets the MIL 810 STD (Dust, Shock, Vibration, Rain, Salt & Fog). Meets or exceeds NTIA specifications and FCC Part's 15, 80 and 90. The radio supports voice, data, e-mail and fax applications, the radio are designed to operate under tough environmental and physical conditions. The radio supports voice, data, e-mail and fax solutions. The system can also operate as a desktop or mobile unit (Optional shock mounts required) allowing great flexibility. It includes a auto-sensing AC power supply, cooling fans and a multiple accessory interface junction box.


  • ALE JITC Certified
  • 500 W power output PEP/Average continuous duty power output
  • Selectable power output
  • Programmable power output
  • Built-in protective circuitry
  • Security access codes for frequency modification
  • Front panel programming
  • Variable Bandwidth
  • BITE (Built In Test Equipment)
  • Front panel control and programming
  • Operates on all 1.6 to 30 MHz frequency range
  • Build-in digital noise blanking and clarifier
  • Multi-Lingual Full dot matrix display with enhanced
  • key-board
  • Security access codes for radio programming
  • Remote control via PC
  • Multi-net ALE per MIL-STD 188-141B
  • Accessory port for multiple point-to-point communication
  • Interface for high speed data modem (9600 bps or higher)
  • Optional USB communications port for external keyboard (Keyboard supplied by owner). (Option G419)



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