SILVERTONE ISSUE 8
METRIC FREQUENCY KEYBOARD
The new Silvertone Issue 8 Metric frequency keyboard is the latest in a long line of keyboards stretching back to the original 27MHz Keyboard which was invented in 1968. This Keyboard came into being when Silvertone pioneered narrow band frequency spacing in Australia. The demands placed on the frequency control system by narrow band operations called for a much more sophisticated frequency control system than the pegs then in use. Thus came into being the Silvertone Keyboard system of Frequency control.
The continual evolution of frequency allocations in Australia has called for a constant revision of the Keyboard and the Issue 8 keyboard is the latest in a long line of keyboards.
The important point to keep in mind when choosing a Frequency Control System for your club is that all of the older frequency bands are still approved for use by the MAAA and many club members still have perfectly good transmitters and receivers operating on the older bands and they are entitled to adequate protect when using these frequencies..
To cover this contingency we have included all of the current MAAA approved frequency bands on the Issue 8 Keyboard including the ten 2.4GHz spots but not including the 36MHz allocation which is cared for by the Issue 7 Keyboard. We have even covered the Park Flyer frequencies on 27MHz as once again fliers using these frequencies are entitled to protection as well.
In keeping with all Metric Keyboards manufactured by Silvertone a free Starter Pac of 20 Metric keys is included in the price.
Issue 8 Keyboard including 20 yellow 25mm keys $260.00
(Does not include postage)