The INOmini 636 is a professional-use receiver specifically for broadcasts from the United States National Weather Service (NWS). In addition to weather condition information and forecasts, the NWS also sends alerts for other natural disasters, environmental hazards, and public safety situations.
The 636 is a software-defined receiver with digital voice enhancement features to optimize articulation. It provides both balanced and AES-digital line outputs, plus alarms for carrier and audio loss, and for the 1050Hz NOAA alert tone.
- Chris Wygal - Journey Radio Network 636 Review - Radio Magazine - July 21,2015
Tunes to standard fixed-frequency broadcasts between 162.400Mhz and 162.550MHz in 25kHz increments
US-standard 75-ohm F connector
≤5μV for 35dB SNR
±1dB, 200Hz – 4kHz; articulation-optimized
+4dBu balanced Analog L/R (XLR); AES Digital (XLR); front-panel Headphone Jack (3.5mm TRS)
Individual open-collector NPN transistor outputs for Carrier Loss, Audio Loss, and 1050Hz Alert Tone
12VDC at 150mA (2.1mm x 5.5mm coaxial); inline switchmode power supply included
An optional rack adapter mounts one, two or three INOmini format units in a standard 19-inch, 1U rack space
1.6”H x 5.5”W x 5.5”D; 4 lbs. shipping weight