OPC-1529R Cable Data communication cable (RS-232C type)
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-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 IC-E80D handheld VHF/UHF dualband, D-Star transceiver has been designed to be easy to use and contains a new 'DV mode' feature which allows the operator to access D-Star repeaters in just two steps. The IC-E80D has wideband receiver coverage and 5W output power on both VHF and UHF bands. The IC-E80D is capable of providing GPS position reporting functions in DV mode by utilising the optional HM-189GPS. The IC-E80D 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.
IC-E91 dual band handheld transceiver covers 0.495–999.990MHz with VHF/VHF, UHF/UHF receive capability. The standard Li-Ion battery pack provides 5W (typ.) output power in both bands for stable operation. Furthermore, by installing the optional UT-121 digital unit, you have D-STAR DV mode operation. A truly versatile multi-featured radio that continues Icom’s lead in digital amateur radio communications!
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.