RACOM'S Model 701 morse code identifier is an
inexpensive way to identify your radio station's call sign.
Four distinct operating modes make the Model 701 versatile and easy
to use. It's many programmable features are programmed by a personal
computer or at the factory. All RACOM'S station identifiers comply
with all FCC regulations concerning station identification.
The Model 1214V uses voice identification rather than Morse code. This
means that anyone can understand the identification message. The 1214V
stores the user's voice identification message in digital
memory. The message may be up to one
minute in length and is retained during a power failure. Three activity
monitors make sure that the 1214V does not identify over any
transmission already in progress.