Introducing the newest radio from Stryker: The Stryker SR955-HPC 70+ watt 10 meter radio with Single Sideband and a frequency counter.
A radio that rivals the Ranger RCI-2950 10-Meter HAM Radio and the old favorite President Lincoln in terms of single sideband stability, the SR955 is currently unparalleled for it's high level of construction quality, features, power output, high level of frequency stability, and single sideband clarity. If you want a modern looking, great performing 10M SSB transceiver with USB/LSB look no further.
Here's what Stryker has to say about their radio:
10-Meter Radios are intended for use by amateur radio operators only.
A license from the FCC is required.
High performance stable SSB operation, outstanding AM audio and PC programming make the Stryker SR-955HPC the new industry standard!
The new Stryker SR-955HPC was designed from the ground up for excellent all mode performance. Up until now most 10 meter mobiles that performed well on SSB weren't very good on AM. The other half that were great on AM were terrible on SSB, at last we've designed a radio that excels on AM, FM & SSB!
mportant Features Include:
High Power - The Stryker SR-955HPC is used for FQP13N10 transistors that produce 70+ watts PEP. If you want be heard, the SR-955HPC has the power required to do some serious talking.
7-Color Frequency Display - The SR-955HPC 10M SSB transceiver features a 7-Color frequency display (Stryker Exclusive)
Brilliant 7-Color LED Backlit Face Plate- Choose from 7 colors with the push of a button or let the CPU controller scan through all of the colors on it's own. Our exclusive face plate design provides operators with back lighted controls, making adjustments even in the darkest conditions easy.
Dimmer Control- We listened to your feedback over the years and that's why the Stryker SR-955HPC 10M SSB transceiver comes with a 32-position dimmer circuit with the lowest position turning the lights all the way off. If your eyes are sensitive to certain lights in the dark this is a must have feature!
Clarifier - Our clarifier gives you the option of choosing if you want the fine control to be used only on receive or also on transmit. You can also select how much range the fine and coarse clarifiers have.
Band / VFO - You can choose between using traditional band mode or VFO mode for continuous operation throughout the frequency range.
PC Programmable - You can further customize your Stryker SR-955HPC radio using your PC!
Digital Echo with/ Dual Front Mounted Controls - Provides the operator a much wider range of effects and control than typical factory or aftermarket echo boards. Our board is able to reproduce the human voice with virtually no distortion providing maximum clarity and enjoyment.
Six Roger Beeps - Six different roger beeps are included with the SR-955HPC 10M SSB transceiver. These are controlled using a switched that is located on the front panel. This is a feature that you will find on virtually no other radio direct from the factory. Most importantly you can create your own customizable roger beeps using our PC software and then load them on to the Stryker SR-955PHC's on board memory!
Variable Power Control: Allows the operator to adjust or vary their carrier from a two watt to over 70 watts PEP.
Variable Talk Back Control: The infamous talk back squeal is virtually eliminated with our independently controlled talk back circuitry. The operator can adjust the volume to the perfect level as operating conditions require. Best of all the user no longer has to turn down the microphone gain to stop the annoying squeal that is often the result of poor design or cost cutting at the production level.
Up-Armored Receiver- Our exclusive receiver protection works even under the harshest conditions, such as those experienced at a busy truck stop with many operators running high power radios. In addition our receiver filtering is tighter than most radios on the market. This means adjacent channel rejection is improved.
CPU Reset Instructions
1. Turn radio off
2. Hold down the three buttons to the left of the display (FUNC + SCAN + COLOR)
3. Turn the radio on, you should see REST ALL
4. Wait until the display reads REST END
5. Turn the radio off, then back on