AOR AR-DV1 Wideband Communications Receiver
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This very compact radio is only 7.1 x 2 x 8.5 inches (178×50×215mm). 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.
RF Gain on Page 9 in the Operrating Manuals
To activate the manual RF gain control, press the [F] key and then the  key.
Rotate the dial knob to select “RF-G”.
To change the RF gain manually, rotate the squelch knob. To cancel the manual RF gain control,
repeat the steps above.
(Note: The manual RF gain control is not available while the receiver is in AGC mode.)
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With this breakthrough development, AOR offers the monitoring community a powerful new tool that receives multiple digital formats in addition to traditional analog 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 analog 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.
• Multi-mode digital demodulation
• All mode analog reception
• Memory scan
• NR, notch, digi-data display
• Built-in SD card reader (audio recording, timer recording, CSV memory data upload/download, firmware updates)
• Clock, calendar (sleep timer, alarm, timer recording, reception logging on SD)
• Compact body 7 x 2 x 8 1/2 inches
• Rear Panel: BNC antenna Jack, external speaker jack, aux jack
• 18MHz~1300MHz: Triple superheterodyne
• Excellent image rejection and ultra-low
• Internal spurii thanks to 1st I.F
• Frequency set to 1.705GHz.