AH-705 HF/50 MHz Automatic Antenna Tuner Features
- Covers the 1.8 MHz to 50 MHz bands, using a long wire element
- 2-way power sources using alkaline batteries or 13.8 V DC (13.8 V DC should be taken directly from an external power supply, not through the IC-705.)
- Latching relays used for saving power consumption
- IP54 dust-protection and water-resistant construction for outdoor use
- Compact design that neatly fits in the optional LC-192 multi-function backpack
Icom also says: Further information about the AH-705 HF/50 MHz automatic antenna tuner can be found by clicking on the downloadable PDF on the side of their page.
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