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-Duplicate of CORSAIR Model [[560]] transceiver VFO, Model 265 VFO is housed in a matching enclosure and provides 6 modes of dual frequency operation. ​ LED's indicate selection of any of six modes of operation. ​ CORSAIR transmit and receive, REMOTE transmit and receive, CORSAIR transmit - REMOTE receive, REMOTE transmit - CORSAIR receive, CORSAIR transmit - both receive, or REMOTE transmit - both receive. ​ When in dual receive mode, front panel control A-B adjusts balance of the two received signals for most comfortable listening. ​ Full break-in is retianed ​in all modes. ​ Frequency range and accuracy is the same as CORSAIR.+Duplicate of CORSAIR Model [[560]] transceiver VFO, Model 263 VFO is housed in a matching enclosure and provides 6 modes of dual frequency operation. ​ LED's indicate selection of any of six modes of operation. ​ CORSAIR transmit and receive, REMOTE transmit and receive, CORSAIR transmit - REMOTE receive, REMOTE transmit - CORSAIR receive, CORSAIR transmit - both receive, or REMOTE transmit - both receive. ​ When in dual receive mode, front panel control A-B adjusts balance of the two received signals for most comfortable listening. ​ Full break-in is retained ​in all modes. ​ Frequency range and accuracy is the same as CORSAIR.
  
 In addition to the remote VFO capability, Model 263 also has a 4-position crystal oscillator for fixed frequency operation. ​ Out-of-band crystal frequencies (with some limitation) may be used as well as any in-band amateur frequencies. In addition to the remote VFO capability, Model 263 also has a 4-position crystal oscillator for fixed frequency operation. ​ Out-of-band crystal frequencies (with some limitation) may be used as well as any in-band amateur frequencies.

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