• Ranger RCI2995DXCF 10-12 Meter Amateur Base Station Radio
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  • *NEW* Includes Pre-Attached Heatsink Cooling Fan
  • 125+ Watts PeP Power Output
  • 10 & 12 Meter RX Operation
  • Single Sideband ( USB / LSB )
  • 6-Digit Frequency Display

Ranger RCI2995DXCF 10-12 Meter Amateur Base Station Radio

Discontinued

Ranger RCI2995DXCF Overview

*NEW* Includes Pre-Attached Heatsink Cooling Fan

Designed to enhance any serious operators shack, this rack-mounted unit offers exceptional sound quality and large, easy-to-use controls. The RCI-2995DXCF has features that include: AM-CW-FM-SSB modes of operation, variable power, noise blanker and built-in heavy duty AC power supply and provides 100+ watts PEP output, and a rear panel frequency meter output for measuring transmit operating frequency.

Ranger RCI 2995DX Base Station Controls Close Up

Ranger RCI2995DXCF Summary

  • 10 and 12 Meter Bands10 Mtr28.000 - 29.6999 MHz, 12 Mtr24.8900 - 24.9900 MHz
  • Improved Receiver Design
  • Variable Output Power Control
  • Ten Programmable Frequencies
  • Receiver Clarifier (0.5kHz)
  • Noise Blanker/ANL Circuitry
  • Continuous Duty Built-in AC Power Supply
  • Large Frequency Display with Dimmer
  • New Green Backlite Display
  • 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • SSB in addition to AM/FM/CW
  • An improved receiverDesigned for increased sensitivity and image rejections
  • A double FET balanced mixerFor improved receiver intermodulation rejection.
  • Surface mount componentsFor increased resistance to shock and vibration.
  • Variable Power OutputFrom 100 watts to 2 watts
  • 1/4in Headphone Jack on Front Panel
  • Mic Gain and RF GainAdustable microphone gain and receive distance gain controls

Ranger RCI2995DXCF Technial Specifications

  • 10M Frequency Range28.000 - 29.6999 MHz
  • 12M Frequency Range24.8900 - 24.9900 MHz
  • Operating ModesCW, FM, AM, USB, LSB
  • Frequency ControlPhase-Locked-Loop Synthesizer
  • Frequency Tolerance:0.005%
  • Frequency Stability:0.001%
  • Temperature Range:-20�C to 50�C
  • Antenna Connectors:Standard 50ohm SO239 (aka PL259, UHF)
  • Clarifier Range:+/- 5 KHz Transmit and Receive
  • Spurious Emissions-60dB
  • Carrier Suppression-60dB
  • Receiver SensitivityAM / CW0.7 �V for 10 db SINAD, FM0.5 �V for 12 db SINAD, SSB0.2 �V for 10 db SINAD
  • SSB Selectivity5 db at 2 KHz, 60 db at 4 KHz
  • Length14in
  • Width19in
  • Height6 1/2in
walter B.
Submitted 8 years ago.
I have this radios, has stable output, ( no drift) is good on both AM & SSB has a nice receive that hears good. If this radio will not do it for you, I will be very surprised, I myself like the Green background better than the Black background. You can pump up the modulation easy to 100% but if you go past that it going to splatter, this radio has lots of modulation so be careful................Oldtimer
Robert A.
Submitted 11 years ago.
I currently own at least 12 to 15 radios CB as well as Ham. I have never had as many problems with a radio like I have had with this one and this is not a cheap radio. RCI2995DX

The first one I had less then 3 months when the output went I sent it back for repair at my shipping expense and it was returned and the audio was bad and the meters had problems. They have since replaced that radio with a new one.

Iam now sending back the NEW ONE for the very same problem NO OUTPUT. Ranger must have a design problem with this radio I don't know what the answer is but we need to address this issue. By the way Walcott CB has been great with handling these problems.
Regards,
Robert K2RAL
David H.
Submitted 12 years ago.
I have had alot of radios in the past but not a Ranger, Ibought a Ranger 2995DX you might think that it is a little high in cost but as the saying goes, YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!! After getting use to the set up of the unit it is outstanding! I allso recomend the TUNE UP its worth it.
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