Radio Systems’ TR-6000 Transmitter is a solid state, variable power, 10 watt digitally-synthesized AM transmitter with internal audio limiter and detector circuitry. The TR-6000 represents the state-of-the-art in low power AM RF design.
New features include remote control capability, front panel power and audio VU meters, headphone monitor, and efficient, flat-pack design that can be easily rack-mounted. Synchronization inputs include TXCO oscillator and external GPS reference.
R.F. Power Output Adjustable to 10 watts
Type of Emission Amplitude Modulation (A3)
Frequency Range 500 kHz to 1.71 MHz
(500 to 1710 kHz in the AM Broadcast Band)
Frequency Stability ± 20 Hz (-20° to +50° C)
Carrier Shift 2% maximum
Harmonic Attenuation 35 dB or better
Noise -55 dB below 100% modulation
Audio Input (for 100% modulation) -50 dBm minimum
Frequency Response 20 Hz to 15 kHz ±1.0 dB maximum
Audio Distortion Less than 2% @90% modulation
Modulation Monitoring LED Power Meter, Built-in envelope detector
Modulation Limiting Built-in 100% peak modulation limiter, 40 dB gain reduction
Power Consumption 48 watts at 24 vdc
Size w-17” h-1.75” d-9”
Weight 5 lbs.
Warranty 1 year - parts and labor
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