Icom manufactures 2 radios & receivers for use in marine applications, airband, amateur radio applications, land mobile applications & FRS/GMRS applications.
How do we use ICOM radio?
Press & hold the PTT button. Speak clearly into the microphone (4 to 6 inches from your mouth) at a normal voice level. Then release the PTT to resume to-receive. When you press PTT to speak, no one in your group can speak or be heard; This is how most radios work.
Who invented ICOM?
The first model designed & built by Inoue Electric Seiakusho. It was our legendary all Tasistor of 50 MHz radio, in which the vacuum tubes were not used at all. This made ICOM history.
Icom timeline & products for ages
Years 1964 – 1977, established company & brand name
Years 1978 – 1983, entire japan and expand to worldwide
Years 1984 – 1993, stock listing for additional expansion
Years 1994 – 2003, pursuit of new possibilities
Years 2004 – 2013, challenges to growth
Where is ICOM radio made?
Although the company has an international presence in more than 80 countries, the company’s headquarters & factories are located exclusively in Japan. Icom’s design & manufacturing processes are ISO9001/ISO9002 and ISO14001 certified and Icom radios meet MIL-STD 810 specifications.
|Frequency range IC-F3061T/S IC-F4061T/S 136–175MHz 400-470MHz 450-520MHz|
|Number of channels 512 channels/128 zones|
|Channel spacing 12.5kHz/25kHz, 15kHz/30kHz, 6.25kHz|
|PLL channel step 2.5kHz, 3.125kHz|