New radio available

Mar 6, 2014 by Guest Writer

UK-based Channel 28 Ltd has expanded its C-Comm radio handset range to include the C-Comm 605. With a slimline design, the 605 weighs 290 grams. Rated at IP67, designed with an integral belt clip and featuring full secure two-slot digital UHF encryption as well as being dual analog and digital, this radio is compatible with a wide range of accessories.



C-Comm is an integrated crew communications system designed specifically for the yacht market. The system uses the international standard DMR protocol to deliver two simultaneous voice channels and a data channel in a single 12.5Khz wide UHF channel.



For more information, visit www.channel28.co.uk

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