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Satan Electronics Brimstone-144

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SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL
Type:Amateur VHF transceiver
Frequency range:143-149.99 MHz
Tuning steps:5 / 10 / 100 KHz, 1 MHz
Frequency stability:0.001%
Mode:FM
Channels/memory management:No
Repeater shift/offset:Any (Separate RX & TX settings)
Power supply:13.6 VDC
Current drain/power consumption:RX: 1 A
TX: Max 5 A
Antenna impedance/connector:50 ohm / SO-239
Dimensions (W*H*D):267*89*241 mm (10.2*3.25*9.5")
Weight:3.6 Kg (8 lbs)
Other features:




RECEIVER SECTION
Receiver system:Single conversion superheterodyne
IF: 10.7 MHz
Sensitivity:0.25 uV (12 dB SINAD)
Selectivity:15 KHz (-6 dB)
30 KHz (-60 dB)
Image rejection:
AF output power/speaker:2 W at ?% distortion / 8 ohm
External speaker connector:Screw terminals, 8 ohm




TRANSMITTER SECTION
RF output power: 25 W (50% duty cycle)
Modulation system:
FM deviation:5 KHz (0-20 KHz adjustable)
Spurious emissions:Less than -? dB
Microphone impedance/connector:500 ohm / ?-conductor (1/4" jack)




MISCELLANEOUS
Manufactured:USA, 1974-197x (Discontinued)
Additional info: One of the first synthesized ham transceivers on the US market.
Must've been one "hell" of a radio, ha ha!
New price 1977 in the US: $650.00 (Including mike and mobile mounting bracket)
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Tone burst module
Dial tone module
CTCSS/PL module
DTMF module
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