The Ranger RCI-69FFC2 amateur mobile transceiver offers exceptional
value for Novice and Technician Class amateurs upgrading to Tech Plus
This entry-level unit is designed for easy, reliable and safe mobile
operation. The RCI-69FFC2 transceiver provides excellent receiver
sensitivity. The amplifier section has eight IRF520 MOSFET transistors
with dual fans for maximum efficiency.
The easy-to-use frequency selection system covers the 10- meter amateur
band in 6-band segments. Actual operating frequency is accurately
displayed in the 6-digit LED display that’s easy to read even in bright
A channel indicator speeds return to a popular or previously used
frequency without interfering with the operator's attention to the road.
Selectable Automatic Noise Limiter (ANL) and Noise Blanker assures noise
reduction during mobile operation.
Front panel RF power output control and RF Gain controls enable the
operator to set transmitter power and receiver sensitivity to match
Additional front panel controls assure optimum performance under widely
— A +10 kHz switch complements the frequency selection system by
shifting the Tx and Rx frequencies up by a known amount for increased
— Easy-to-read panel meter - three-functions indicating received signal
strength, transmitter power output, and antenna SWR.
AM -FM- SSB and PA Modes
High Sensitivity Receiver Design
Variable RF Power Output
Built-in Frequency Counter
Blue LED Display
Multifunction Panel Meter
Fully Chromed Housing and Face
Heavy Duty Chrome Heat Sink
Comply with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the condition that this device does not cause harmful
interference. Further information can be found at the FCC
website http://fcc.gov or
the ARRL website http://arrl.org.
Transmitting using this radio requires an Amateur Radio License.
Licensing information can be obtained by visiting
http://arrl.org. In Canada, visit