Air traffic services require efficient, secure, modern and user friendly communication equipment. Becker´s radio systems offer well proportioned solutions for small to medium-sized airports, airfields or airline operations stations.
Assembled with quality-proven components, engineered with state-of-the-art technology and driven with a customer focused philosophy, our radio-communications solutions are meant to be flexible and scalable.
In continuation of the very successful portable/mobile VHF transceiver BECKER AR4201, the new VHF Transceiver GT6203 for ground applications offers latest standards and is ideally suited for vehicle installations and constitutes the basis element for a variety of other products like the GK61X or the TG660 series.
Designed for operations at airfields and airports in a very demanding environment, the GT6203 offers latest technology and comfortable operation on all frequency channels in the aeronautical frequency range, adjustable in 25 kHz steps as well as in 8,33 kHz steps. The user friendly operator menu and the extensive setup possibilities allow a very personal setup for the user. The large, clear and dazzle-free LC display shows the active frequency and either the standby frequency or memory channel.
With an output power of 6W or 10W, the transmitter is strong enough for medium range communications, ensuring a low cost of ownership for the customer.
Derived from its airborne counterpart AR6203, the GT6203 is the robust, reliable and flexible solution for your ground operations.
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