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AR6201 VHF-AM Transceiver Becker Avionics Provides High Performance Becker Avionics announces TSO certification of its


new high performance, compact 2¼-inch, AR6201 VHF- AM Transceiver, with 8.33 kHz channel spacing and inte- grated voice activated (VOX) intercom system. The inter- com feature allows up to two passengers with a standard or dynamic mic. The AR6201 continues the legacy of its predecessor,


the AR4201


VHF-AM transceiver, which set the industry benchmark for its reliability and perform- ance. With more than 18,000 units sold, the AR4201 has been the trustworthy com- panion for thousands of pilots flying hours.


millions of flight- The new AR6201 is built


using state-of-the-art DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology resulting in a highly efficient transmitter and very sensitive receiver.


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The AR6201 represents a quantum leap forward in tech- nology, perform¬ance, ruggedness.


technical sophistication and


The AR6201 operates with a frequency range of 118 MHz to 137 MHz with selec- table channel spacing of 25kHz or 8.33 kHz. Standard or dynamic microphones can be used with its intercom fea- ture. A voltage meter to meas- ure battery voltage is built-in. By blending a VHF-AM


Transceiver and voice activat- ed (VOX) intercom system into one single, attractive and compact unit the operator will not need to invest in a separate intercom system (up to two seats). Further,


the


new dual-monitor or dual- watch mode allows the unit to scan a second channel/fre- quency to increase situational awareness. ◆


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