|Discontinued RTTY & Facsimile Equipment|
The Info-Tech M-100E receives Morse code with autorange from 5 to 55 WPM. It also decodes regular Baudot radioteletype still used by some international press agencies, weather stations and aeronautical concerns (45, 50, 57 and 75 baud). Modes and speeds are easily selected by the mode knob. Three standard shifts of 170, 425 and 850 Hz can be selected. It also decodes ASCII at 110 baud. The Morse code demodulator is adjustable from 800 to 1200 Hz via the Morse Fine Tune control. The UOS - Unshift on Space function is useful when copying RTTY text (resets to LTRS case upon receipt of the SPACE character).
LED indicators include: Mark, Space, and Morse.
Audio input from your receiver is 4-1000 ohms 0.25V p-p. Video output is to a composite video monitor (sold separately). The M-100E comes in two versions. The M-200E-72 supports 72 characters per line and the M-100E-32 supports 32 characters per line.
With Owner's Manual. Size: 9W x 3 3/4H x 12D inches 7 Lbs. Requires 115 VAC 50-60 Hz 20 watts. Info-Tech also produced the M-300C Tri-Mode Keyboard for amateurs wishing to transmit in CW, RTTY and ASCII.
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