New Standard Horizon GX2400 Matrix VHF

** Replaces GX2200 Matrix radios which are no longer available **

Notable New Features:

  • NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 compatible
  • Second Station wired RAM4 or wireless RAM4X capability
  • Integrated 32 Code and 4 Code Voice Scrambler
  • New E2O operating system
  • Upgraded display with brighter backlight
  • Noise Canceling function for both receive and transmit audio

See for more information

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4 Responses

  1. Ben Ellison Ben Ellison says:

    So this was a new product flyer, not a real press release, and I wouldn’t normally post it. But the new 2400 VHF shares some good features with the big GX6000, which still draws interest here, including today:

  2. Tim Weber says:

    Hi Ben(s),

    So the GX-2400 VHF shows only one antenna connection. Does this mean it has an internal splitter for the VHF and AIS signals such that the same VHF antenna can be used for both or would it still require something like a KJM Marine SPL100 VHF, AIS & AM/FM Band Separator?


    • Ben Ellison Ben Ellison says:

      One antenna for both VHF RX/TX and AIS RX. I don’t think it takes much of splitter when the AIS side only receives. The GX6000 is the only such combination I know of with two antenna ports, but I think that’s largely because it’s a variant of GX6500 which will include a complete AIS RX/TX transceiver (if it ever ships). You will not receive AIS signals when you are transmitting on the GX2400 and similar VHFs with AIS receivers, but that might be true even if you have two antennas unless they are well separated, or so I’m told.

  3. Tim Weber says:

    That makes perfect sense. Thank you.

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