CT-17 Communications Interface (Discontinued) CI-V level converter (communications interface) The Icom CI-V Level Converter is designed to allow for the connection of one or more Icom transceivers to a personal computer RS-232C port. They allow you to change frequencies, operating modes, and memory channels using your computer and appropriate third party control software. Icom CI-V level converters include a DC power cord and mini jumper cable to connect to the transceiver, as well as the data format and command table for those who wish to write their own software.
Stylish and compact, the IC-7000 is the first radio in its class to have IF DSP. In fact, with features such as digital IF filter, digital twin PBT and manual notch filter the IC-7000 offers unparalleled performance not seen in a radio in this class before. Usability has also been enhanced with the incorporation of a 2.5 inch colour TFT display, eight direct access buttons and a detachable head for vehicle mounting. In short, the IC-7000 symbolises great leaps in performance, features, operability and design.
The IC-706MKIIG HF/VHF/UHF mobile transceiver takes radio technology a step further by incorporating an expanded frequency range which now includes 430MHz. This provides access to the 70cm band in addition to HF, 6m and 2m bands. The operating possibilities are therefore much wider for local or DX operation whether as a base station, mobile transceiver, or in the field using only one rig.
The IC-7200 HF/50MHz transceiver maintains all the traditions of high quality engineering that you expect from Icom. Rugged in design and easy to operate, the IC-7200 utilises the latest digital functions including digital IF filter, twin PBT and manual notch filter which are normally associated with more expensive models. The IC-7200 is ideal for field operation or at home in your shack and is designed to be one of the most practical rigs available.
The IC-7400 covers HF, 50MHz and 144MHz bands with a powerful 100W of output power and carries on the reputation earned by the IC-746. It offers improved performance and a wide range of new features that are destined to set a new benchmark in this important market. The biggest news of all is that this new transceiver has adopted the same IF DSP as the IC-756PRO and its successor, the IC-756PRO2. ICOM has used a 32-bit floating point DSP and 24-bit AD/DA converter at the heart of the IC-7400, which makes this base station fresh and exciting. Furthermore, the digital IF filter shape is selectable from sharp to soft for both SSB and CW modes. Now let's just see what else this new rig has to offer the demanding Amateur.
The IC-7410 from Icom has been designed as a specialised HF/6M transceiver sporting excellent performance and features. The IC-7410 employs a high grade DSP unit and double conversion super-heterodyne system developed from the latest technology found in higher grade Icom rigs including the IC-7600, IC-7700 and IC-7800 series. In addition, the IC-7410 has a built-in 15kHz 1st IF filter and can accept up to two optional filters (3kHz/6kHz). When operated with these 1st IF filters, narrow mode signals such as the CW and SSB modes are protected from adjacent and unwanted strong signal interference.
The IC-756PROIII incorporates many of the features that made its predecessors so successful. However, the integration of the latest technology employed in the IC-7800 such as receiver technology, +30dBm class IP3, miniscope makes this new rig the very pinnacle of the IC-756PRO series.
The IC-7600 HF/50MHz transceiver is enhanced with some of the main features tried and tested on our flagship IC-7700/7800 models, highly regarded by Amateur operators world-wide. Add over 45 years of analogue RF circuit expertise and the result is the IC-7600, a new rig with outstanding performance and a multitude of innovative features including a newly employed double conversion superheterodyne system and dual DSP units and 3kHz IF (roofing) filter.
The IC-7700 HF/50MHz transceiver shares many features with its 'big brother', the world famous IC-7800. With two independent DSP units, a +40dBm* 3rd order intercept point and ultra wide dynamic range to name but a few of the features.
Icom has developed the flagship model IC-7800 which is a fusion of forty years analogue RF circuit development expertise, with cutting edge digital technology.
The IC-9100 all-in-one HF/VHF/UHF transceiver covers not only HF, 6M, 2M, 70cm and 23cm* Amateur radio bands, but also a variety of operating modes including SSB, CW, AM and FM. It also features dual band simultaneous reception, satellite mode operation and RTTY decode on the display.
The IC-910H VHF/UHF all mode transceiver is a compact, fully featured transceiver ideally suited to meet the demands of the serious DX'er or satellite enthusiast. The IC-910H improves on its well-respected predecessor, the IC-821H. Whilst keeping the essential qualities of the IC-821H Icom have added important features such as a large, clear LCD display, a useful increase in transmit power output and DSP facilities. If that was not enough, by installing the optional UX-910 1200MHz-band unit the IC-910H becomes a tri-band all mode transceiver capable of working on 2m, 70cms and 23cms. These and many other options make the IC-910H a premier VHF/UHF/SHF transceiver.
The IC-R10 is a wide-band receiver capable of receiving in FM, WFM, SSB, CW and AM modes. The IC-R10 is a versatile receiver and has a number of memory functions that allow you to edit and copy memory contents. To protect the IC-R10 from data loss, EEPROM’s are employed to retain memories regardless of battery condition. In addition this receiver includes 1000 memory channels (including 8 character alphanumeric names for ease of use).
The IC-R20 handheld receiver has many advanced features incorporated into its clean stylish design including dual watch; built in digital (audio) recorder function; wideband coverage in all modes; high speed scan capability and a standard Lithium Ion battery. The IC-R20 will appeal to such users as scanner hobbyists, security/surveillance companies, government agencies and other professional users.
The IC-R9500 covers from 5kHz to 3335MHz in all modes and utilizes Icom's RF circuit development expertise and cutting edge digital technology.
The IC-RX7 is an exciting wideband handheld receiver from Icom. Slim and stylish in design, this wideband receiver will appeal to the serious scanning enthusiast and casual listener alike. The IC-RX7 features a water-resistant construction allowing it to be used outside in wet conditions. The IC-RX7 has a menu driven user interface and intuitive controls allowing the user to scan and manage their favourite frequencies.
Showing its commitment to D-STAR, Icom have now released its next generation model in the form of the ID-31E UHF D-STAR Digital handportable. One of the things that instantly strikes you about this new model is how sleek and lightweight it is. But don’t let size fool you...inside the ID-31E is an integrated GPS receiver and fully functional D-Star radio. This gives you the capability to communicate across the globe using the D-Star network but also to track and display GPS information including position, altitude and movement.
Evolving from Icom's popular ID-31E D-STAR portable, the ID-51E Dual Band D-STAR handportable possesses new features including dualwatch, 500 extra memory channels (for a total of 1,752 channels), automatic position reply (DV), repeater search functions and AM/FM Receivers.
- ID-51E PLUS
ID-51E PLUS is an evolution of the popular ID-51E which is popular within the D-STAR Amateur radio community. This model incorporates popular features found in the original including integrated GPS, an independent AM/FM receiver and V/V, U/U, V/U Dualwatch, but also includes enhancements for digital operation and compatibility with the RS-MS1A free Android application.