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AOR AR7400 VHF Aviation/UHF Aviation Band Scanner

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Print View Posted: Wed Apr 08 2020, 06:05pm
Posted by: XtremebiasPosts: 22
Joined: Fri Jan 17 2020, 03:18am

This along with the DPD VHF/UHF aviation band Omni-X antenna and LMR400 coax should be the perfect monitoring post.



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Posted: Wed Apr 08 2020, 07:24pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 773
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

So it can monitor 120/130mhz as well as the 200/300mhz freqs at the same time?
If so that would be perfect for monitoring airband
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Posted: Thu Apr 09 2020, 12:20am
Posted by: XtremebiasPosts: 22
Joined: Fri Jan 17 2020, 03:18am

Yes, not only does it scan both bands but it appears to be capable of quadruple watch (According to the display screen) if there is such a term in aviation speak. Most aviation transceivers are capable of dual watch. I hope the AR7400 is not an overpriced letdown like the ARDV-1. I also hope it is not as expensive as the Icom A-120B transceiver (Which is a massive improvement over the A-110 which didn't include a power supply and only scanned 20 frequencies) which goes for over a grand and only scans 200 programmed frequencies. It has a VOR scan but you cannot lock any channels out so if you hit an ATIS frequency you're out of gas. Icom has a dynamite portable the A25C which goes for five hundred and scans 300 frequencies, it also has VOR scan but again you cant lock any frequencies out, it also doesn't work out too well as a substitute for a base receiver. It's interesting that the AR7400 also receives the FM broadcast band.

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Posted: Thu Apr 09 2020, 12:37am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 773
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

Very cool

Almost reminds me of the Grundig Satellite which is AM/FM/Shortwave as well as airband
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