AOR AR-DV1 Digital Voice Receiver

$1,547.00

Here is the next generation multi-digital mode demodulation receiver. The rear panel features a single BNC antenna jack, speaker jack, aux jack and 12 VDC input jack. Not only does the AR-DV1 provide you with all these incredible features, but it is also compact and light in weight.

Description

The AOR AR-DV1 wideband communications receiver covers 100 kHz to 1300 MHz in traditional analogue modes (SSB, CW, AM, FM, S-FM, W-FM) as well as various digital modes. In fact, we know of no other radio in this category that can decode Icom’s D-Star mode, Yaesu’s new C4FM mode, Alinco’s digital mode, NXDN (note: 6.25 kHz only), P25 Phase 1, etc. Interesting features include 2000 Memories (in 40 banks of 50), Memory Scan, AM Synchronous Detection, Noise Reduction, Notch, Digital Data Display, Clock, Calendar, Alarm, and Timer. The SD/SDHC jack supports logging functions.

There is also a micro USB port. This radio will support field firmware updating. High performance is achieved since the receiver employs direct conversion below 18 MHz and triple conversion superheterodyne above 18 MHz. This very compact radio is only 7.1 x 2 x 8.5 inches (178 x 50x 215 mm). The rear panel features a single BNC antenna jack, speaker jack, aux jack and 12 VDC input jack. Please note that AOR receivers, including the AR-DV1, do not support trunk-tracking.

AOR AR-DV1 Digital Voice Receiver

It’s the FIRST multi-mode digital voice receiver to receive and decode virtually ALL popular digital modes including MOTOTRBO (TM), DMR, dPMR (TM), APCO P25 Phase I, NXDN (TM), Icom D-Star (TM), Digital CR, Yaesu, Kenwood, and Alinco EJ-47U as well as conventional analogue signals.

A license is required to decode the TETRA protocol. The required GSSI key is issued by AOR on the receiver’s serial number and can be requested online from AOR. The cost is approximately Euro 75. After installation of the TETRA key, this mode is added to the available modes and can be selected via the display. Additional instructions are not necessary

With this breakthrough development, AOR offers the monitoring community a powerful new tool that receives multiple digital formats in addition to traditional analogue operations in a compact receiver built for high sensitivity and selectivity.

The AOR AR-DV1B wideband communications receiver covers 100 kHz to 1300 MHz (less cellular on U.S. consumer “B” version) in traditional analogue modes (SSB, CW, AM, FM, S-FM, W-FM) as well as various digital modes. In fact, we know of no other radio in this category that can decode Icom’s D-Star mode, Yaesu’s new C4FM mode, Alinco’s digital mode, NXDN, P25 Phase1, etc.

Key Features and Specifications:

  • Memory Scan
  • NR, notch, Digi-data display
  • All mode analogue reception
  • Multi-mode digital demodulation
  • 100kHz – 1300MHz Wide band reception
  • Compact in size and light in weight: 178 (W) x 50 (H) x 215 (D) mm
  • Clock, calendar (sleep timer, alarm, timer recording, reception logging on SD)
  • Built-in SD card reader (audio recording, timer recording, CSV memory data upload/download, firmware updates)

 

Additional information

Weight 1 kg