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ICOM R75

ICOM R75
General Coverage Communications Receiver Rating (1-5): HHHH (4)
Made In: Japan 1999-  Voltages: 100/117/220-240 VAC 50/60 Hz or 12 VDC
Coverage: 30-60000 kHz Readout: Digital LCD 0.001
Modes: AM/LSB/USB/CW/FM/RTTY Selectivity: 6/2.1/_/_ kHz -6dB. [12 FM]
Circuit: Triple Conversion Physical: 9.5x3.7x9.1" 6.8 Lbs.
Features: " Head. Jack, S-Indicator RF Gain Clock-Timer Preamp Attenuator 99 Mems (F/M) 2 Band Edge Memories Squelch Keypad NB AGC FAST/SLOW/OFF Twin PBT Synchronous Detection Scan/Sweep Lock
Accessories: FL-52A 500 Hz CW Filter, FL-100 500 Hz CW Filter, FL-101 250 Hz CW Filter, FL-53A 250 Hz CW Filter, FL-103 2.8 kHz SSB Filter, FL-223 1.9 kHz SSB Filter, FL-96 2.8 kHz SSB Filter, FL-222 1.8 kHz SSB Filter, FL-257 3.3 kHz SSB Filter, UT-106 Audio DSP Notch/NR Option, RS-R75 Control Software, CR-282 High Stability, UT-102 Voice Synthesizer, CT-17 Level Converter, MB-23 Carry Handle, MB-5 Mobile Bracket
New Price: $499-649 Used Price: $350-400
Comments: Memories are 8 character alphanumeric. Only one filter per IF may be added. The Sync detection does not hold lock well on weak signals. The UT-106 was included as a standard item in the receiver after November 2004.
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