AirLite Pro is a full featured aircraft radio scanner and Ham Transceiver, with groundbreaking new features.
Shipping date is subject to supply line issues and order volume. Current lead time is 45 to 90 days after receipt of order.
The AirLite Pro receives all aircraft channels between 118 and 137 mhz. Standard US spacing of 25khz is supported. Significantly, this new product also provides simultaneous reception on two different frequencies, allowing a listener to monitor frequencies such as tower and ground at the same time. We call this feature “Dual ReceptionTM.”
Other features include:
Dual Reception – monitor two channels
Ham VHF / UHF Tx/Rx (1)
Storable Channel Memory Locations – allows scanning of the user’s preselected list of frequencies
Support for Euro Channel Spacing
FM Radio, for leisure listening
NOAA Weather Channels
VOR Rx (Voice) support for 108 – 118 Mhz (2)
“AirLite Pro represents a significant leap forward in airband scanners and receivers,” said James Wiebe, CEO of RADIANT Technology. “The simultaneous dual reception feature is so useful, and reception quality is fantastic all along with finely adjustable squelch and channel save / scanning capabilities. It’s a remarkable product and a pleasure to listen to. We are excited to introduce it to the flight community.”
Also included with AirLite Pro is a rechargeable lithium battery, a desk charging stand, and an earbud for listening privately, along with a USB programming cable so that the channel and feature list can be more easily managed from the computer application.
Related Radio Software
The software to program your radio may be found at this link: Software Link (Link to: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ygc5oikn4978jh0/mysetup.exe?dl=0)
It is provided as a value add to the Airlite Pro. Most of its functions are for Ham Radio, but it does allow you to name aviation channels.
Unfortunately, our support for this software is limited. We will try to answer your questions as best we can. Please send questions to: email@example.com.
(1) This product is primarily an aircraft receiver. It is not an aircraft transceiver. It does, however, offer a complete range of market competitive features for the amateur radio (ham) market. Although it is not an aircraft transceiver, it is a ham radio transceiver.
(2) Many VORs also have voice capability that can identify the VOR or give the pilot weather information, including HIWAS (hazardous in-flight weather advisories), TWEBs (transcribed weather broadcasts), and instructions from flight service stations.