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VHF Radio

This is a simplified version of the simulator in our upcoming online radio course. It has the basic functions but the real simulator is alot more sophisticated. We had to write our own AI program to make it work!

  1. Click on the volume control to switch the radio on!
  2. The squelch is already on, but if you want to turn it off just click on the squelch control knob
  3. Most of the key fucntions are a realistic representation of a generic radio
  4. Have a look through the menu to see the options.

Below the radio are options to look at an overview of the fucntions. And once the radio is on, you can activate the different radio calls. However, you do have to be on channel 16 to hear the radio call, and you will have to follow the instructions to hear all of it.

On the next page you can have a look at how you can actually record your own broadcast to see how you sounded. Once you have played around here, have a look at the next page.




Navathome Radio Simulator Head Unit
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controlbutton  Power and Volume
controlbutton  Squelch Control
controlbutton  The Display
controlbutton  Channel Control
controlbutton  Enter and Tx Power
controlbutton  Channel Scan
controlbutton  Dual Watch
controlbutton  DSC Call / Menu
controlbutton  Memory Function
controlbutton  DSC Distress
controlbutton  Internal Speaker
controlbutton  External Speaker
controlbutton  USA / International Setting Option
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For Radio examples to work, the radio must be on channel 16 or in dual watch, and the DSC status must be inactive.