JSS-296 596 896 – MF HF Radio Equipment

The JSS-296/596/896 MF/HF radiotelephone is designed for vessels navigating in A2, A3 and A4 sea areas. It is one of the most advanced GMDSS systems JRC ever developed, allowing for superior performance, and the compact and lightweight construction, allows for a flexible installation approach.

The MF/HF radiotelephone consists of the JSB-196GM radiotelephone, NFC-296/896 Antenna Tuning Unit (ATU), NCT-196N DSC/NBDP MODEM, NDZ-127J Data Terminal Equipment (DTE), NDF-268 Keyboard, and NAH-692/695/698 Power Amplifier.

The following types are available:
250W: JSS-296
500W: JSS-596
800W: JSS-896

The MF/HF radiotelephone series is fully compliant for Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) operation. The terminal includes a prominent red Distress button, with features to prevent accidental activation.

The power amplifier features a built-in battery charger, which doesn’t require any external devices.

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