VHF Simulator

Dec 4, 2016

ICOM Canada in cooperation with CPS-ECP has created a new VHF DSC Simulator that can add value for all Squadrons teaching the VHF Maritime Radio course.    This simulator is now available to Squadrons and Districts to purchase through a simple build to order program.   The first order period closes December 15, 2016 so place your order today.


ICOM Canada’s VHF DSC Simulator for CPS-ECP Features

• Created with actual ICOM VHF radios modified that will not actuate the Canadian Coast Guard Response Centre 

• Operation of actual radios used on pleasure craft, between fixed and portable units 

• Can be used as a companion to the CPS-ECP Maritime Radio Course “Student Notes” 

• Make DSC Distress Call, Regular Call, Individual Call, Group Call, Position Request Call, Position Report Call, Polling Request Call, Test Call, Position Reply 

• Receives Distress Call, Distress Relay, Group Call/Geographic Area/All Ships Call 

• Received Call Log 

• DSC loop test to test the internal TX and RX signals at the audio frequency level without going “Over the Air” 

• Preprogrammed fixed, portable and group MMSI numbers which will be issued by ISED known to be a test unit and will not respond to any calls for those MMSIs

• Radios have GPS units installed so that their location automatically appears on the display. If used in a “dead” GPS area, the information can be manually entered 

• Contained within a very durable Pelican case with plug-in 12 volt power and circuit breaker 

• Lid folds out as a stand for the unit 

• Make and receive standard voice calls on all active simplex channels between radios

• Professionalize your course instruction with “Real Radios” for students to use 


Simulator Pricing 

VHF DSC Simulator Price:   $1500.00

Deposit Required at Time of Order:    $500.00

Balance Payment (Posted dated cheque) to be delivered at time of order:   

Dated December 31, 2016 (plus applicable taxes by Province) 

Shipping Cost:   Billed at time of delivery and based on delivery location.


Simulator Production Schedule 

Orders taken by National Office – First order period:    October 26—December 15, 2016

Production Period:   January 1—March 15, 2017 

Delivery by:  March 31, 2017 


How to Order Your Simulator

To order your ICOM Canada VHF DSC Simulator please contact Lynda Green at the National Office: or by calling 1-888-277-2628 ext. 0156.  


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