IC-A3E Portable VHF COM Transceiver (Discontinued) Previous portable air band transceivers weren't so "portable." The IC-A3/E portable VHF COM transceiver ushers in a new era in compact. But don't let its size fool you, design ingenuity has produced a portable with superior high audio output (audio that's easy to hear even without a headset.) Truly Portable
Compared to previous portable air band transceivers, the IC-A3E is truly portable featuring superior audio output that’s easy to hear even without a headset. Sidetone
The sidetone function allows the use of a simple, inexpensive headset adapter to monitor your transmitted audio. An aircraft headset adapter is supplied as standard with the IC-A3/E for this purpose. Simple To Use
The IC-A3E’s is quite simple to use and its function display features alphanumeric characters that can be used for convenient display of airport names, call signs, etc. for up to 50 memories. When you want to view frequencies instead, toggling between the two display types is a snap. In addition, lockout information can be programmed into memories for scanning purposes. Ergonomic Design
An Ergonomic keypad design provides convenient access to all functions and a rotary control allows quick tuning of its 760 COM Channels.
- 50 memories with alphanumeric message capabilities.
- One touch selection of the 121.5 MHz emergency frequency.
- Versatile scanning capabilities including a lockout function.
- DC connector allows operation with a 12 to 15 V DC power source.
- Powerful 5W of output power.
- FET power module provides stable operation at high duty cycles.
- Rugged die cast aluminium chassis and polycarbonate casing for extraordinarily rugged use.
- ANL (automatic noise limiter) function.
- Low battery indicator
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