Icom Inc. have published a technical report on the IC-7610 HF/50MHz SDR Transceiver. In this report you will find detailed information about its features and specifications.
This technical report is available in PDF format (16.0 MB) and can be downloaded.
Icom’s mid class HF transceivers evolved especially with the IC-756, IC756PRO
and IC-7600, and were technology leaders in amateur radio. Even
the IC-7610 inherits the genealogy of Icom’s mid class transceivers, but
its development concept, circuitry, adopted devices, and performance are
innovative. The IC-7610 has superior performance and features far beyond
the perception of current mid class HF transceivers. The performance and
features are realized by fusing the proficient digital and analog technologies
of the successive flag ship transceivers, and refined RF direct sampling
technologies developed in the IC-7300.
The Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range (RMDR) characteristics show nearby
signal rejection receiver performance, and the IC-7610’s RMDR is 110 dB at 2
kHz separation (Receive frequency: 14.2 MHz, Mode: CW, BW: 500 Hz). This
is an incredible performance for a mid-class transceiver, and it is close to that
of our flagship IC-7851. The IC-7610 also has several flagship grade features,
such as dual, identical, independent receivers and dual independent DIGI-SEL
units for the Main and Sub bands. In addition, dual high-resolution and high
sweep speed real-time spectrum scopes are built in.
The IC-7610 has a high resolution 7-inch wide (diagonal) touch screen LCD,
and a server PC function for remote shack operation. In addition, a variety of
external connectors, such as an external display connector, LAN port, USB
ports for remote operation, are built into the IC-7610. Totally, the IC-7610
gives you not only flagship grade performance and features, but also flagship
grade operability and scalability.
You can feel the flagship grade performance visually, audibly, and tactically.
And you will have an advantage in contests and DX hunting.
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