DSP Receiver NRD-545 by Japan Radio Co. Ltd.

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nTuning/Torque Dial The torque of the tuning dial can be freely adjusted. nRTTY Fine Tuning The demodulating filter to receive RTTY signals can be finely adjusted. nDimmer Control nRF Attenuator nDirect Entry of Frequencies from Ten-Key Pad nBuilt-In Speaker nTuning Dial Lock nUp/Down Switch nRecord Output nUser-Defined Function Modification nOthers For further information, contact: Since 1915 Main Office: Akasaka Twin Tower(Main), 17-22, Akasaka 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8432, JAPAN Telephone: Tokyo(03)3584-8788 Facsimile: Tokyo(03)3584-8795 Telex: 2425420 JRCTOK J Cable: JAPANRADIO TOKYO Overseas Branches : Seattle, London Liaison Offices : Kaohsiung, Manila, Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta, New Delhi, New York, Rotterdam, Piraeus, Las Palmas 19EM ISO9001, ISO14001 Certified URL By Digital Signal Processing Versatile Accessory Functions nScan Designated memory channels can be scanned. The scanning time is user-defined. nSweep Designated

Noise Reduction (NR) Received signals become audible, emerging from mixed noise, because the spectrum of the periodic signals is enhanced while random signals such as noise are attenuated. Signal processing is adjustable in 256 steps, allowing the most audible conditions to be set. The NR feature is also very effective for such noise which the previous noise blanker has not been able to handle. Beat Canceller (BC) Completely periodic signals such as beat sounds are exalted and cancelled. However, voice signals are not processed as periodic signals in this BC, but processed to be free from distortion. Signal processing can be set in 256 steps to achieve the most effective condition. The BC is also effective for multiple beats. Noise Blanker (NB) Like the previous noise blanker, this NB detects noise amplitudes and removes noise depending on the amplitude level on the time axis. NB1 (narrow blanking width) and NB2 (wide blanking width) can be switched over, and