MFJ-462B CW/RTTY/ASCII/AMTOR Decoder

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MFJ-462B CW/RTTY/ASCII/AMTOR Decoder

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The MFJ-462B CW/RTTY/ASCII/AMTOR Decoder.Ever wonder what those mysterious chirps, whistles, and buzzing sounds are on the shortwave bands. Much of it is RTTY, ASCII, CW, and AMTOR (FEC) signals passing commercial, military, diplomatic, weather, aeronautical, maritime, ham and other traffic.Tap into these "secret" signals Plug this self-contained MFJ Multi Reader into your shortwave receiver earphone jack. Then watch these mysterious signals turn into exciting text messages as they scroll across an easy to read LCD display. No computer, interface, special cables or other equipment is needed.

Eavesdrop on the world! Eavesdrop on the latest breaking news as press agencies from all over the world relay them on RTTY -- it's like having a private wire service in your home. Copy RTTY weather stations from Antarctica, Mali, Congo and many others.

Listen to military traffic passing from Panama, Cyprus, Peru, etc. Catch diplomatic, research, commercial and maritime traffic. Listen to maritime users, diplomats and hams send and receive error free messages using various forms of TOR (Telex-Over-Radio).

Monitor Morse code communications from hams, military, commercial, aeronautical, diplomatic and maritime coastal stations from all over the world.

There's plenty of exciting non-voice traffic on shortwave that'll keep you fascinated . . . traffic you can't read unless you have a decoder.