will conform to the
new 8.33kHz requirements
of its predecessors
no other airband transceiver can match the robustness of the FSG radios.
Although it may have the same housing as the earlier FSG's, it has been
to meet the requirements for
as a ground station. This
complies with the reduced channel separation of
and can be set to a certain frequency as it has a
intelligent power management
, the FSG-8 will keep the power consumption in
to an absolute minimum. Another
is that the
uses the same accessories as the earlier FSG-4 and FSG-5 units and so there's
no extra expense
in having to replace those.
The first batch of radios will be available in September 2018, ready to meet the deadline of 31st December 2018.
However, its popularity means that demand is already high so don't delay in placing your order!