Icom IC 7300 Price
The Icom IC-7300 saw its debut at the Tokyo Hamfair August 22, 2015. This new HF plus 6 meter 100 watt transceiver hosts new capabilities and technologies for its class. Instead of the conventional superheterodyne system, a direct RF sampling approach is used. The brilliant TFT touch screen provides complete operational status including a stunning real-time spectrum display with waterfall. There is a built-in tuner. Other features include: Voice memory, 15 Band Pass Filters, CW/RTTY memory keyer functions, RTTY decode, SD card slot, USB for CI-V and audio I/O, digital noise reduction and 101 memories. Only 9.45 x 3.75 x 9.37 inches (240x95x238mm). Supplied with HM-219 hand mic, DC power cord and fuses.
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