JHS-770S 780D – VHF Radiotelephone

Available as semi-duplex or full-duplex, this class A VHF radiotelephone incorporates advanced modular design that allows for maximum installation flexibility.

When connecting your AIS to the new VHF, new possibilities become available. This innovative feature, unique to JRC, allows you with one push of the button, to quickly navigate through a list of targets in your surrounding area. Bearing, range and MMSI information of target vessels are sorted from the shortest range upwards. You can now easily select the vessel you wish to get in contact with, and send a DSC message immediately.

The VHF radiotelephone has intercom functionality for easy communication with multiple other VHF controllers onboard! Additionally, to always be in full control and on top of communication with deck or dock hands, a loudhailer function is built in. An optional external speaker with amplifier increases talk power, making your messaging loud and clear, thereby adding to the safety of the vessel.

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