SI-TEX NAVFAX 200
Shortwave / Weather Fax
Si-Tex NavFax 200 SSB Reciever
No license needed! Now you can receive weatherfax, telex, satellite weather images, amateur radio, and global news --without the expense and licensing requirements of a single sideband transceiver (SSB). This SiTex receiver-only covers the entire 30 kHz to 30 mHz range. Listen to it like a radio, or connect it to your notebook or PC. The PC HF Facsimile software below (and many other programs as well) comes with the cable and demodulator that plug right into your PC, so you can capture and print all kinds of communications. Why didn't someone think of this sooner?
The NAV-FAX 200 includes a data interface port, cable and software for viewing and printing weather fax images and data.
tune to international, commercial and amateur frequencies, including the BBC, Radio Moscow and China Radio International
Monitor ham radio
Crystal controlled, fully synthesized receiver circuitry with 1 microvolt sensitivity
Large flywheel-balanced knob with four-level variable tuning rate allows quick and easy tuning and band selection
Large front panel LCD displays frequency and signal strength
Immediate memory store and recall for one frequency, also selects programmed channel for power up
Three inch, voice optimized, top-mounted speaker, driven by two watts of audio output
Long-wire antenna included, optional active antenna available for best performance
PC requirements: Minimum system requirements: W95/98/ME/2000/XP, Pentium 100, 24 MB, Mouse, and sound card. Nav-Fax 200 DOS software includes WEFAX and RTTY programs
Dimensions/Weight: 2.5" H 7.25" W x 7.5" D / 2 lbs.
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