The Tecsun PL660 Radio with VHF Air Band is a great radio for communications enthusiasts, providing excellent reception of all major frequency bands including AM/MW, FM, Shortwave AM and SSB), Longwave, and VHF Air Band.
The Tecsun PL660 features phase lock looped (PLL) synthesised RF circuit design, direct frequency entry, and a large LCD display make this model one of the most sensitive and full-featured portable radios available on the Australian market.
The Tecsun PL660 Radio with VHF Air Band includes synchronous detection which means that during periods of propagation fading, the Tecsun PL660 Radio’s receiver stays locked to the incoming signal. Independently selectable upper side band (USB) and lower sideband (LSB) makes monitoring of HF utility stations such as HF aircraft, marine, Amateur radio, 4WD clubs, and outback communications simple and intuitive.
The Tecsun PL660 Radio with VHF Air Band has a socket for an external antenna connection (with antenna input attenuator to prevent overload), selectable IF bandwidth, and tone control, and is supplied with rechargeable NiMh batteries, an approved Australian pinned charger, earphones, a protective carry case, a 6m long wire antenna and a comprehensive user manual. Available in black only.
This radio is designed to be operated from batteries, not directly from the charger supplied. Even though the charger voltage is regulated, the internal switching circuitry generates RF noise which can interfere with reception, especially on AM and Shortwave bands.
– Selectable Upper and Lower Side Band
– Selectable IF Bandwidth
– 3 level input attenuator
– Synchronous AM Detection
– Direct Frequency Entry
– External Antenna Socket
– Headphone Socket (Stereo)
– Large LCD Backlight
– Unit Size: 188(W) x 116(H) x 31(D) mm
– Frequency Range
|Frequency Band||Frequency Coverage||Frequency Stepping|
|FM Band||76-108 MHz||0.01/0.1 MHz|
|AM Band (MW)||522 -1710 kHz||1/9 kHz|
|Shortwave (SW)||1711-29999 kHz||1/5 kHz|
|Longwave (LW)||100-522 kHz||1/9 kHz|
|VHF Air Band||118-137 MHz||1/25 kHz|