OPC-440 Cable Microphone extension cable (5 metre) Option For IC-2725, IC-2200H, IC-2800H, IC-E208, IC-207H, IC-2100H
The IC-2200H 144 MHz mobile transceiver is aimed as the successor to the popular IC-2100H. The IC-2200H inherits a similar design and user interface from its predecessor. However the IC-2200H goes several steps forward with a more powerful PA unit providing 65W of output power and the option of installing the UT-115 digital unit which allows you to add digital voice and data communications features. When connected to an external GPS receiver it is even possible to exchange position information with other stations.
The IC-2725E VHF/UHF FM dual band mobile transceiver incorporates many popular features from previous Icom mobiles including VHF/VHF UHF/UHF or VHF/UHF simultaneous receive capability, independent tuning and packet communication. Add to this a colourful backlit LCD and stylish design and you have one of the most desirable mobiles to hit the market in recent years.
The IC-E208 provides VHF/UHF dual band capabilities (one band at a time) via a simple band switching system. The ICE208 is also a wideband receiver and covers 118–173, 230– 549 and 810–999MHz. This will allow you to listen to a variety of communications in your vehicle or shack.
The IC-E2820 dual-band mobile transceiver includes popular features such as VHF/VHF, UHF/UHF simultaneous receive capability, wideband receive, independent tuning knobs and a separate controller. In addition to this Icom has introduced new features including diversity receive capability, a full dot-matrix display and 50W output power in both VHF and UHF bands, all in one stylish mobile set.
The ID-1 can operate in both Digital Voice and Digital Data Mode as well as conventionally with current analogue 1.2GHz repeaters. The ID-1 has an operating frequency range of 1240-1300 MHz, with FM and GMSK (Digital) modulation formats providing clear voice and high-speed data transmission (128kbps). The D-STAR digital repeater system allows you to relay the digital voice and data offering long distance communication capability through multiple repeater links and/or an Internet gateway relay.
The Icom ID-4100E D-STAR mobile radio allows you to make digital voice (DV) and data calls through the worldwide D-STAR network. Like the recently launched ID-51E PLUS2 handheld counterpart, the ID-4100E includes new ‘Terminal Mode’* and ‘Access Point Modes’* enabling an operator to make D-STAR Callsign routed calls through the internet, even from areas where no D-STAR repeater is accessible.
The ID-E880 is designed to be easy to use and contain a new 'DV mode' feature which allows the operator to access D-Star repeaters in just two steps. The ID-E880 mobile is the successor to the ID-800H mobile transceiver and retains many of the features of its predecessor including switchable dualband capability, detachable controller and 50W power output. The usability of the ID-E880 has been improved with a larger LCD display and a high speed scan capability of up to 50 channels a second. The ID-E880 is ideal for a range of users including foundation licencees, anyone new to D-Star and Ham organisations such as Raynet that are looking for a simple GPS position reporting system.