Icom have a range of VHF airband radios that will meet next year’s 8.33 kHz spacing deadline. The company has a range of 8.33 kHz handheld and panel mount radios for GA pilots, balloonists and glider pilots as well as models for commercial operators.
The 8.33 kHz airband radios range includes.
• IC-A220T Airband Panel Mount Transceiver which can be installed directly into an aircraft console.
• IC-A120E Airband Radio which can be used as a base/ground station radio on a desk or as a mobile radio installed in a vehicle.
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