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                        GMDSS MF/HF Radio installation

  • Installation provides with MF/HF-radio radio telephone communication, a narrow-band printing and DSC on long distances.
    MF/HF-radio installation shall:

  • to transmit and receive at frequencies of distress and safety in the ranges 1605 — 4000 kHz and 4000 — 27500 kHz in the DSC modes, telephony and NBDP;
  • to keep the continuous watch з the DSC mode at frequencies of 2187,5 kHz, 8414,5 kHz and at least one more frequency of distress and safety of DSC in the range 4, 6, 12 or 16 MHz;
  • to provide transmission and reception of the general correspondence in the modes of the radio telephone or NBDP in MF and HF the ranges.

GMDSS MF/HF Samyung Enc., Co., Ltd.
SRG - 1150 / 1250


             Description :     

• Frequency range : TX :1.6~27.5MHz (10Hz STEP) RX :500KHz~29.9999MHz (10Hz STEP)
• TX/RX channel : ITU channel, 300 memory channel
• Frequency tolerance : Within 10HZ
• Type of emission : J3E, H3E, F1B
• Operation : Simplex & Semi-duplex
• Ambient temperature & Humidity : -15℃~+55℃, 95%
• Power supply : DC24V±15%(2.5A at Reception, 15A at Transmission / SRG-1150DN)
(2.5A at Reception, 25A at Transmission / SRG-1250DN)

• Type of emission and output : J3E(150W), F1B(100W), H3E(75W):SRG-1150DN
  J3E(250W), F1B(150W), H3E(75W):SRG-1250DN
• Modulation : Low level balanced
• Occupied bandwidth : Within J3E(3KHz), F1B(0.5KHz)
• Two-tone distress signal : 1300, 2100Hz

• Sensitivity : J3E 3uV, F1B 3uV, H3E 6uV, S/N 20dB 100m/w
• Intermediate frequency : 49.455MHz, 455KHz
• Overall distortion and noise : More than 20dB
• Input impedance : 50Ω

  • Compliant with ITU, IMO and GMDSS. Compact & transmitter-receiver with  a built-in DSC. Easy to read information with large LCD(10.4) for NBDP  terminal. Easy to read Rx & Tx frequency at a time. Available scanning  variability of transmitter output, frequency & channel. High stability  for frequency with 10Hz Step Synthesizer. Built-in alarm  signal(2182KHz). Storing up to 100 transmitted message(editable). Storing up  to 100 received message (every 50 messages for distress and  ordinary). Self-diagnosis function for easy maintenance.


GMDSS MF/HF JRC JSS-2150/2250/2500


        Description :     

  • The MF/HF controller uses a 3.8-inch high visibility LCD display, which  you can adjust at your own convenience. The display has 10 dim settings  and you can set the contrast up to 11 different levels. An integrated  screensaver and the ability to assign a commonly used menu to a user key  for direct access, are just a few of the possibilities.
  • The MF/HF controller includes a prominent distress button, with features  to prevent accidental activation. When in distress, you can send a DSC  message instantly, transmitting your MMSI, position, time of position  and nature of distress, enabling an immediate response for search and  rescue efforts.
  • The MF/HF controller integrates an advanced digital audio amplifier,  which increases the amount of power, making the receiving message loud  and clear.
  • Getting a second operation controller onboard is easy. Connect a second  MF/HF controller to the transceiver and position the controller at a  secondary location on the ship. The second MF/HF station is fully  operable and you can transfer saved channel data to optimize your  operation.
                               150 W Diagramm                                                      250/500 W Diagramm  
  • The JSS-2150/2250/2500 MF/HF Class A DSC radio equipment features an  intuitive user interface and a highly reliable circuit that enables  all-mode continuous full power operation.
  • The MF/HF has Digital Selective Calling (DSC*) as standard with a built  in Class A 6CH DSC watch-keeping receiver. You can transmit and receive  digital selective calls for quick and efficient establishment of  distress, urgency, safety and routine communication with other ships and  coast stations.
  • In distress situations, the MF/HF sends an alert once you press the  distress button. The integrated DSC watch-keeping receiver monitors  distress alarms through continuous scanning of distress frequencies.



GMDSS MF/HF FURUNO FS-1575/2575/5075


                Description :     

  • These new radios provide prompt status overview, which - especially in  ‘emergency’ situations - is important in order to have a full overview  of the radio, i.e. the channels selected, signals strengths, power and  message composing etc, without consulting a ‘How To Do’ operators  manual.
  • In addition the radio contains a wide range of new features – not only  related to GMDSS–regulation - which will make these new SSB radio’s  important tools in the daily communication and operation of your  vessel.

  • With the FS-series new ‘Full Status Information’ display the operation  of the radio is much easier than seen before with a clear overview of  all functions for prompt operation .
   Beyond the normal function of selected channels etc, the current signal  strengths (S-meter)
   is displayed and all ‘activated functions’ are  visible including vessels position.
   Furthermore, vessel’s MMSI number  and time are displayed.

           SSB messagebox
  • A new feature for in- and outgoing messages is shown as simple messagebox icons.
   Furthermore, the radio is equipped with a ‘Call log’ storing all previous DSC messages and calls.  
   ‘Short cut’ bottoms define DSC messaging for either ‘Emergency DSC’  messages or ‘Other DSC’
   messages - clearly distinguishing from composing  real emergency action or e.g. relay messages of
   the occurrence of a  distress event obtained by non-DSC means.

        DSC in specific geographical areas
  • As  a special and very useful feature the radio is able to transmit  messages within a geographical defined area e.g. the user inserts the  lat/long coordinates within a specific area. Other vessels, SSB-radios  or coast stations having position input from GPS will then receive the  DSC-call provided these are within the defined area. The geographical  settings can be made as the shape of a quadrant or a circle.
  • The FURUNO FS-2575 can be upgraded for TEKLEX (NBDP) by adding only a  FURUNO IB-583 telex message terminal, since the radio telex modem is  allready included as standard feature.
           Printer option
  • A external printer can be  connected both for ordinary printout of DSC-message or for the telex  function via the printer interface, IF-8500.
  • 150, 250 or 500 watt P.E.P. in MF/HF marine bands with built-in DSC and Telex function (NBDP) without additional modem .
  • Fulfills latest ITU recommendation for DSC ITU-R.M 493-13 .
  • Crisp bright 'full status information' 4,3" Colour LCD display in stylish cabinet .
  • Quick access to DSC message composition .
  • With the FS-1575/FS-2575/FS-5075 MF/HF DSC SSB radios FURUNO has  invented ‘simple’ operation of an SSB radio - an advantage which will  assist crew members who in general seldom use the SSB radio in their  daily work.  



SAILOR 6310 / 6320 class A

                       Description :      

  • Operating Modes :    Simplex and semi-duplex SSB telephony and DSC, TELEX AM broadcast reception ;
  • Operating temperature range :                         -15°C to +55°C ;
  • Supply voltage :                                          Nominal 24V DC floating ;
  • With optional external AC power supply:     115/230V AC 50/60 Hz.
                                                  Automatic changeover to DC in the absence of AC supply
  • Power consumption :                             Rx, 60W (approx. at 24V DC) ;
  • User-programmable channels :         199 frequency pairs with mode (1-199) ;
  • User-programmable stations :      40 stations with name, MMSI and station channel ;
  • Frequency range :                                           150 kHz to 30 MHz ;
  • Aerial impedance :                   50Ω automatically matched by the aerial tuning unit ;
  • Power reduction :                                             Low approx.: 10W ;
                            DSC-Telex Modem
  • Protocols :   DSC: ITU-R M. 493-13, and M. 541-6 , Telex: ITU-R M. 625-2 (incl. M. 476-4), M. 490,
                       M. 491-1, and 492-5, NBDP telex in ARQ, FEC and SEL FEC modes ;
  • Ship’s identity DSC:              9-digit identity number , Telex: 5- and/or 9-digit identity numbers ;
                           DSC Watch Receiver
  • Frequency range :   Scanning: 2187.5 KHz, 4207.5 kHz, 6312.0 KHz, 8414.5 kHz, 12577.0 KHz, 16804.5 kHz ;
  • Aerial impedance :                        50Ω Complies with ETSI 300-373 or better ;
                     Antenna Tuning Unit
  • Frequency range :                                           1.6 MHz - 27.5 MHz ;
  • Aerial requirements :                               8-18 m wire and/or whip aerial ;
  • Aerial tuning :                                        Fully automatic with no presetting ;
  • Tuning speed :                                                  0.1 - 8 sec Typical ;
  • Power capability :                    150W/250W: 330W PEP in 50Ω , 500W: 600W PEP in 50Ω .
  • The New Sailor 6310 and 6320 MF/HF are all round upgrades, improving on Sailor’s GMDSS HF/MF predecessors.
  • Operational Communications & GMDSS Compliant .
  • The Sailor 6310 and 6320 MF/HF are designed for commercial vessels and GMDSS compliancy and, in their own right, high-end, solid communicatons systems.
  • Compliant with the latest requirements (ITU493-13) for DSC Class A MF/HF, it is part of SOLAS and most national GMDSS requirements.
  • The units have extremely efficient powerful amplifiers with control units, which ensure high quality performance operating in 1.6 to 30 MHz in TX mode, as well as on all ITU channels at full power.
  • Exceptional cooling makes Sailor's 6310 and 6320 reliable, rugged and durable MF/HF radios and equipment in which you can have full confidence.

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