ICOM IC-R5 Instruction Manual

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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is sub-
ject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.


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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is sub- ject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 2: Explicit Definitions

    We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you for making your IC-R5 your radio of choice, and hope you agree with Icom’s philosophy of “technology first.” Many hours of re- search and development went into the design of your IC-R5.

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    Otherwise, the installed batteries will become exhausted, and will need to be recharged. For U.S.A. only CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this device, not ex- pressly approved by Icom Inc., could void your authority to operate this device under FCC regulations.

  • Page 4: Supplied Accessories

    Electromagnetic radiation which has frequencies of 20,000 Hz (20 kHz*) and above is called radio frequency (RF) energy because it is useful in radio transmissions. The IC-R5 receives RF energy from 0.150 MHz* to 1309.995 MHz and converts it into audio frequency (AF) energy which in turn ac- tuates a loudspeaker to create sound waves.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents


  • Page 6: Quick Reference Guide, Battery Installation, Belt Clip

    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE I Preparation D Battery installation qRemove the battery cover from the receiver. wInstall 2 R6(AA) size Ni- Cd, Ni-MH or alkaline cell batteries. • Be sure to observe the cor- rect polarity. • Charge Ni-Cd or Ni-MH batteries before use.

  • Page 7: Charging The Battery

    DC-DC converter to [DC 6V] AC adapter jack IC-R5 q Install the Ni-Cd batteries. • Ni-MH batteries can also be charged. w Plug the AC adapter into an AC outlet. e Insert the adapter plug into the [DC 6V] of the receiver.

  • Page 8: Basic Operation

    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE I Your first scanning experience Now that you have your IC-R5 ready, you are probably ex- cited to start listening. We would like to take you through a few basic operation steps to make your first “Scanning Expe- rience”...

  • Page 9: Memory Programming

    • FM, WFM and AM are available. I Memory programming The IC-R5 has a total of 1250 memory channels (including 200 auto write channels and 50 scan edges) for storing often used receive frequency, mode, etc. 1. Setting frequency In VFO mode, set the desired receive frequency mode.

  • Page 10: I Programmed Scan Operation

    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE I Programmed scan operation 25 pairs, 50 channels of memories are used for programmed scan operation, that specifying a scanning ranges. The pro- grammed scan scans between “xxA” and “xxB” (xx=00 to 24) frequencies. Therefore, before operating the programmed scan, different frequencies must be programmed into “A”...

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    D D Starting scan 1. Select VFO mode. Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select the VFO mode for full, band and programmed scan operation. • Select memory mode by pushing [V/M•S.MW•~] again for mem- ory or bank scan. 2. Selecting a scanning type Push [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec., then rotate [DIAL] to select one of the desired scanning type.

  • Page 12: I Front, Top And Side Panels

    PANEL DESCRIPTION I Front, top and side panels q ANTENNA CONNECTOR (p. I) Connects the supplied antenna. • An optional AD-92SMA is available for connecting an antenna with a BNC connector. w EXTERNAL SPEAKER CONNECTOR [SP] Connect an optional earphone or headphone. The internal speaker will not function when any external equipment is connected.

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    u CONTROL DIAL [DIAL] ➥ Rotate to select the operating frequency.* (p. 9) ➥ While scanning, changes the scanning direction.* (p. 26) ➥ While pushing [SQL], sets the squelch level.* (p. 12) ➥ While pushing [FUNC], sets the operating frequency in 100 kHz, 1 MHz or 10 MHz in VFO mode.* (p.

  • Page 14: I Function Display

    PANEL DESCRIPTION I Function display q FREQUENCY READOUT Shows variety of information, such as an operating fre- quency, set mode contents, memory names. • The smaller “75,” “50” and “25” to the right of the readout indi- cate 0.75, 0.5 and 0.25 kHz, respectively. •...

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    y AUTO WRITE CHANNEL INDICATOR (p. 29) Appears when auto write channel is selected. u SKIP INDICATORS (p. 30) ➥ “SKIP” appears when the selected memory channel is specified as a skip channel. ➥ “P SKIP” appears when the displayed frequency is specified as a skip frequency.

  • Page 16: I Battery Installation, I Caution

    AC adapter or the optional cigarette lighter cable is connected. To prevent over charging, the IC-R5 has charging timer that automatically dis- connecting the charging line electronically after 15 hours from charging. However, the charging timer will reset and start charging again when disconnect then re-connecting the AC adapter or CP-18A/E more than 1 min.

  • Page 17: I Battery Charging

    Cigarette lighter cable with DC-DC converter to [DC 6V] AC adapter jack IC-R5 • Charging periods: Approx. 10 hours D Charging description q Install the Ni-Cd batteries. (See left page) • Ni-MH batteries can also be charged. wPlug the AC adapter into an AC outlet; or the optional CP- 18A/E into a cigarette lighter socket.

  • Page 18: I Vfo And Memory Channels, I Operating Band Selection

    FREQUENCY AND CHANNEL SETTING I VFO and memory channels The IC-R5 has 2 normal operating modes: VFO mode and memory mode. VFO mode is used for the desired frequency setting within the frequency coverage. ➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode.

  • Page 19: Frequency And Channel Setting

    • Available frequency bands AM broadcast band HF band Weather channels* † TV channels 1200 MHz band 800 MHz band FREQUENCY AND CHANNEL SETTING 50 MHz band : Push : Rotating while pushing Showing initial frequencies are differ according to version. *Available for the USA version only †...

  • Page 20: I Setting A Frequency, I Setting A Tuning Step

    8.33 kHz and 9 kHz, are appeared ], rotate the [DIAL] to when setting the tuning step for the VHF air band and AM broadcast band, respectively. The following tuning steps are available for the IC-R5. • 5.0 kHz • 10.0 kHz • 25.0 kHz D D Tuning step selection q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode, if necessary.

  • Page 21: I Selecting A Memory Channel, I Lock Function

    I Selecting a memory channel q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select the memory mode. • “ ” appears when a memory channel is selected. w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel. • Only programmed memory channels can be selected. •...

  • Page 22: I Receiving, I Setting Audio Volume

    BASIC OPERATION I Receiving Make sure charged Ni-Cd or brand new alkaline batteries are installed (p. 5). q Push [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn power ON. w Push [Y] or [Z] to set the desired audio level. • The frequency display shows the volume level while setting. See the section at right for details.

  • Page 23: I Squelch Level Setting, I Receive Mode Selection

    I Squelch level setting The squelch circuit mutes the received audio signal depend- ing on the signal strength. The receiver has 9 squelch levels, a continuously open setting and an automatic squelch setting. ➥ While pushing and holding [SQL], rotate [DIAL] to select the squelch level.

  • Page 24: I Monitor Function, I Attenuator Function

    BASIC OPERATION I Monitor function This function is used to listen to weak signals without disturb- ing the squelch setting or to open the squelch manually even when mute functions such as the tone squelch are in use. ➥ Push and hold [SQL] to monitor the operating frequency. •...

  • Page 25: I Duplex Operation

    I Duplex operation EXPANDED SET MODE USING Duplex communication uses 2 different frequencies for trans- mitting and receiving. Generally, duplex is used in communi- cation through a repeater, some utility communications, etc. During duplex operation, the transmit station frequency is shifted from the receive station frequency by the offset fre- quency.

  • Page 26: I Dial Select Step

    BASIC OPERATION I Dial select step This receiver has a 1 MHz tuning step for quick frequency setting. This dial select step can be set to 100 kHz, 1 MHz or 10 MHz steps, as desired. D D Setting dial select step q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].

  • Page 27: I General Description, I Memory Channel Programming

    I General description The receiver has 1050 memory channels including 50 scan edge memory channels (25 pairs) for storage of often-used frequencies. And a total of 18 memory banks, A to H, J, L, N, O to R, T, U and Y are available for usage by group, etc. Up to 100 channels can be assigned into a bank.

  • Page 28: I Memory Bank Setting

    MEMORY CHANNELS I Memory bank setting The IC-R5 has a total of 18 banks . Regular memory channels, 000 to 999, are assigned and Y) into the desired bank for easy memory management. qPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory write condition.

  • Page 29: I Memory Bank Selection

    I Memory bank selection q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode, if desired. wWhile pushing [BAND• ], rotate [DIAL] to select the de- sired bank (A to H, J, L, N, O to R, T, U and Y) • The bank can also be selected by pushing [BAND• times.

  • Page 30: I Programming Memory/bank Name

    MEMORY CHANNELS I Programming memory/bank name Each memory channel can be programmed with an alphanu- meric channel name for easy recognition and can be indicated independently by channel. Names can be a maximum of 6 characters. q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode. w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel.

  • Page 31: I Selecting Display Type

    I Selecting display type During memory mode operation, one of the programmed memory name, bank name or the channel number can be dis- played instead of the frequency for your preference. Push [BAND• [FUNC] while pushing [FUNC] [BAND• When no memory or bank name is programmed with the selected memory channel, frequency is displayed on the...

  • Page 32: I Copying Memory Contents

    MEMORY CHANNELS I Copying memory contents This function transfers a memory channel’s contents to VFO (or another memory channel). This is useful when searching for signals around a memory channel frequency and for re- calling the offset frequency, subaudible tone frequency etc. D Memory➪VFO q Select the memory channel to be copied.

  • Page 33: I Memory Clearing

    I Memory clearing Contents of programmed memories can be cleared (blanked), if desired. qPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory write condition. • 1 short and 1 long beeps sound. • “ ” indicator and memory channel number blink. •...

  • Page 34: I Transferring Memory Contents

    MEMORY CHANNELS I Transferring memory contents Contents of programmed memory channels can be trans- ferred to another memory. qPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to enter select memory write condition. • 1 short and 1 long beeps sound. • “ ” indicator and memory channel number blink. •...

  • Page 35: I Erasing/transferring Bank Contents

    I Erasing/transferring bank contents Contents of programmed memory channels can be or trans- ferred to another memory. INFORMATION: Even if the memory bank contents are cleared, the memory channel contents still remain pro- grammed. qSelect the desired bank contents to be transferred or erased from the bank.

  • Page 36: I Scan Types

    SCAN OPERATION I Scan types Scanning searches for signals automatically and makes it easier to locate new stations for contact or listening purposes. FULL SCAN (p. 26) 1303.995 Scan Jump PROGRAMMED SCAN (p. 26) Band Scan edges Band edge edge Scan Jump ALL/SELECTED BANK...

  • Page 37: I Full/band/programmed Scan

    I Full/band/programmed scan q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~]. • Select the desired frequency band with [BAND• w Set the squelch to the point where noise is just muted. ePush [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to enter scanning type se- lection condition. r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired scanning type.

  • Page 38: I Scan Edges Programming

    SCAN OPERATION I Scan edges programming Scan edges can be programmed in the same manner as memory channels. Scan edges are programmed into scan edges, 00A/00B to 24A/24B, in memory channels. q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode. w Set the desired frequency: ➥...

  • Page 39: I Memory/bank/all Bank Scan

    I Memory/bank/all bank scan q Select memory mode with [V/M•S.MW•~]. • Select the desired bank with [BAND• w Set the squelch to the point where noise is just muted. e Push [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to; • When memory mode is selected at the step - start memory scan.

  • Page 40: I Auto Memory Write Scan

    SCAN OPERATION I Auto memory write scan This scan is useful for searching a specified frequency range and automatically storing busy frequencies into memory channels. The same frequency ranges used for program scan are used for auto memory write scan. q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].

  • Page 41: I Skip Channel/frequency Setting

    I Skip channel/frequency setting Memory channels can be set to be skipped for memory skip scan. In addition, memory channels can be set to be skipped for both memory skip scan and frequency skip scan. These are useful to speed up the scan interval. q Select a memory channel: ➥...

  • Page 42: I Scan Resume Condition

    SCAN OPERATION I Scan resume condition D D Scan pause timer The scan pauses when receiving signals according to the scan pause time. It can be set from 2–20 sec. or unlimited. q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode. w Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND”...

  • Page 43: I Priority Watch Types

    I Priority watch types Priority watch checks for signals on a frequency every 5 sec. while operating on a VFO frequency or scanning. The re- ceiver has 3 priority watch types to suit your needs. The watch resumes according to the selected scan resume condition.

  • Page 44: I Priority Watch Operation

    PRIORITY WATCH I Priority watch operation D D Memory channel watch and memory scan watch q Select VFO mode; then, set an operating frequency. • TV channel can also be selected. w Set the watching channel(s). For memory channel watch: Select the desired memory channel.

  • Page 45: Priority Watch

    D D VFO scan watch q Select memory mode. • Select a memory bank, if desired. wPush [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to start memory/bank scan, if desired. When scanning memory/bank channels: Starts memory/bank scan first. Memory/bank scan can- not be started after VFO scan is started. e Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec.

  • Page 46: I Tone/dtcs Squelch Operation

    TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP I Tone/DTCS squelch operation The tone or DTCS squelch opens only when receiving a sig- nal with the same pre-programmed subaudible tone or DTCS code, respectively. You can silently wait for the specified sig- nal using the same tone. q Set the desired frequency in FM mode.

  • Page 47: I Tone Squelch Frequency/dtcs Code Set Ting

    I Tone squelch frequency/DTCS code setting 88.5 Hz and 023 is set as the default for the tone squelch fre- quency and the DTCS code, respectively. The frequency and code can be selected as desired. q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode. w Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND”...

  • Page 48: Dtcs Polarity Setting

    TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP I DTCS polarity setting As well as the code setting, the polarity setting is also avail- able for the DTCS operation. When a different polarity is set, the DTCS never releases audio mute even a signal with matched code number is received.

  • Page 49: Tone Scan

    I Tone scan By monitoring a signal that is being operated with pocket beep, tone or DTCS squelch function, you can determine the tone frequency or DTCS code necessary to open a squelch. qSet the frequency to be checked for a tone frequency or code.

  • Page 50: I General

    Set mode is used for programming infrequently changed val- ues or conditions of functions. In addition, the IC-R5 has an expanded set mode which is used for programming even more infrequently changed val- ues or conditions of functions. When turning the expanded set mode OFF, only half of the set mode items are displayed for simple operation.

  • Page 51: I Set Mode Items

    I Set mode items The following items are available in the set mode and ex- panded set mode. D D General set mode items • Dial select step (p. 41) • Priority watch (p. 41) • Key-touch beep (p. 41) •...

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    SET MODE D D Dial select step Select the tuning step while pushing [FUNC] from 100 kHz, 1 MHz (default) and 10 MHz. 1 MHz step D D Priority watch Turn the priority watch or priority beep (priority watch with beep emission capability) ON.

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    D D Power save The power save function reduces the current drain to con- serve battery power. This power save function can be turned OFF, if desired. In the default setting (“ON” selection), the power save func- tion is activated in 1:4 (125 msec.: 500 msec.) nal is received for 5 sec.

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    SET MODE D D Key lock effect While the key lock function is ON, [Y]/[Z] and [SQL] can still be accessed. Accessible switches can be set to one of 4 groups. [PWR] and [FUNC]+[BAND• the lock, however, these switches are not effected by this set- ting.

  • Page 55: Set Mode

    D D Auto power OFF The receiver can be set to automatically turn OFF after a specified period with a beep when no key operations are per- formed. 30 min., 1 hour, 1.5 hours, 2 hours and OFF (default) can be specified.

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    SET MODE D D Offset frequency Sets the duplex offset frequency for each frequency band in- dependently within 0 to 159.995 MHz range. During duplex operation (–DUP or +DUP), the monitoring frequency (while [SQL] is pushed) shifts the set frequency. The default value may differ according to the selected fre- quency band (before accessing set mode)

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    D D Tone frequency Sets subaudible tone frequency for tone squelch operation. Total of 50 tone frequencies (67.0–254.1 Hz) are available. 88.5 Hz setting 254.1 Hz setting • Available subaudible tone frequencies 67.0 79.7 94.8 110.9 131.8 156.7 171.3 69.3 82.5 97.4 114.8...

  • Page 58

    SET MODE D D LCD contrast Sets the LCD contrast within 1 (light) to 4 (dark) levels as de- sired. Contraset 3 setting D D Weather alert function Turns weather alert function ON and OFF. Weather alert OFF (default: 3) Contraset 4 setting U.S.A.

  • Page 59: I Antenna Selection

    I Antenna selection EXPANDED SET MODE USING The IC-R5 has an internal bar antenna for receiving AM broadcast band signals. In addition, the (0.495–1.620 MHz) connected earphone’s cable can be used as an antenna for receiving FM broadcast band (76.000–107.995 MHz; differ ac- signals.

  • Page 60: I [dial] Function Assignment

    OTHER FUNCTIONS I [DIAL] function assignment The [DIAL] control can be used as an audio volume control in- stead of [Y]/[Z] keys to suit your preference. However, while [DIAL] is functions as an audio volume, [Y]/[Z] keys function as tuning control. ➥...

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    D D Weather alert function NOAA broadcast stations transmit weather alert tones before important weather announcements. When the weather alert function is turned ON, the selected weather channel is moni- tored each 5 sec. for the announcement. When the alert sig- nal is detected, the “AL.T”...

  • Page 62: I Data Cloning

    OTHER FUNCTIONS I Data cloning Cloning allows you to quickly and easily transfer the pro- grammed contents from one receiver to another; or data from a personal computer to a receiver using the optional CS-R5 CLONING SOFTWARE D Cloning between receivers qConnect the OPC-474 cloning cable to the [SP] jack of the master and sub-receivers.

  • Page 63: I Auto Power-off Function

    U.S.A. and other countries. I Auto power-off function CLONING The IC-R5 can be set to automatically turn OFF after a spec- HELP file for ified period in which no operation is performed. 120 min., 90 min., 60 min., 30 min. and OFF can be specified.

  • Page 64

    OTHER FUNCTIONS I Partial reset If you want to initialize the operating conditions (VFO fre- quency, VFO settings, set mode contents) without clearing the memory contents, a partial resetting function is available for the receiver. ➥ While pushing [FUNC] and [TS•SET], turn the power ON to partially reset the receiver.

  • Page 65: I Tv Channels

    I TV channels The following tables show the channels versus video and audio frequencies depending on each version. D D U.S.A. channels (unit: MHz) Freq. Freq. 59.75 553.75 65.75 559.75 71.75 565.75 81.75 571.75 87.75 577.75 179.75 583.75 185.75 589.75 191.75 595.75 197.75...

  • Page 66: Frequency Table

    FREQUENCY TABLE D D China channels Freq. Freq. 56.25 669.75 64.25 677.75 72.25 685.75 83.75 693.75 91.75 701.75 174.75 709.75 182.75 717.75 190.75 725.75 198.75 733.75 206.75 741.75 214.75 749.75 222.75 757.75 477.75 765.75 485.75 773.75 493.75 781.75 501.75 789.75 509.75 797.75 517.75...

  • Page 67

    D D Indonesian channels D D Italian channels (unit: MHz) Freq. Freq. 53.75 628.75 60.75 636.75 67.75 644.75 180.75 652.75 187.75 660.75 194.75 668.75 201.75 676.75 208.75 684.75 215.75 692.75 222.75 700.75 229.75 708.75 476.75 716.75 484.75 724.75 492.75 732.75 500.75 740.75 508.75...

  • Page 68: I Vhf Marine Channels

    FREQUENCY TABLE I VHF marine channels Ship Ship No. Transmit Receive No. Transmit Receive 156.050 160.650 156.050 156.050 156.100 160.700 156.150 160.750 156.150 156.150 156.200 160.800 156.200 156.200 156.250 160.850 156.250 156.250 156.300 156.300 156.350 160.950 156.350 156.350 156.400 156.400 156.450 156.450 156.500...

  • Page 69: I Other Communications In The Usa

    I Other communications in the USA D D HF CB channels (Citizens Band) Frequency Frequency 26.965 MHz 27.215 MHz 26.975 MHz 27.225 MHz 26.985 MHz 27.255 MHz 27.005 MHz 27.235 MHz 27.015 MHz 27.245 MHz 27.025 MHz 27.265 MHz 27.035 MHz 27.275 MHz 27.055 MHz 27.285 MHz...

  • Page 70

    FREQUENCY TABLE D D General aviation frequencies Frequency Description 121.500 Emergencies 122.000 Flight Advisory Service 122.200 Flight Service Stations 122.700 Unicom— Uncontrolled airports 122.725 Unicom— Private airports 122.750 Unicom— Air-to-air communications 122.800 Unicom— Uncontrolled airports 122.900 Search & rescue training, & uncontrolled airports 122.950 Unicom—...

  • Page 71

    I Other communications— other countries D D LPD channels (Low Power Device) Frequency Frequency 433.800 433.075 433.825 433.100 433.850 433.125 433.875 433.150 433.900 433.175 433.925 433.200 433.950 433.225 433.975 433.250 434.000 433.275 434.025 433.300 434.050 433.325 434.075 433.350 434.100 433.375 434.125 433.400 434.150...

  • Page 72

    FREQUENCY TABLE D D UHF C.R.S (Citizen Radio Service) Frequency 476.425 MHz 476.450 MHz 476.475 MHz 476.500 MHz 476.525 MHz 476.550 MHz 476.575 MHz 476.600 MHz 476.625 MHz 476.650 MHz 476.675 MHz 476.700 MHz 476.725 MHz 476.750 MHz 476.775 MHz 476.800 MHz 476.825 MHz 476.850 MHz...

  • Page 73: I Troubleshooting

    I Troubleshooting PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE No power comes on. • The batteries are exhausted. • The battery polarity is reversed. No sound comes from the • Volume level is too low. speaker. • Squelch level is set too tight. • Different tone is selected with tone squelch. Sensitivity is low and only •...

  • Page 74: I Cp-18a/e Fuse Replacement

    MAINTENANCE I CP-18A/E fuse replacement If the fuse blows or the receiver stops functioning while oper- ating with the optional CP-18A/E, find the source of the prob- lem if possible, and replace the damaged fuse with a new, rated one (FGB 5 A) as shown below. Fuse 5 A...

  • Page 75: Specifications

    D D GENERAL • Frequency coverage 0.150–823.995, 849.000–868.995, 894.000–1309.995 France 0.150–29.995, 50.200–51.200, 87.500–108.000, 144.000–146.000, 430.000–440.000, 1240.000–1300.000 Other than above 0.150–1309.995 MHz • Number of memory channels : 1250 (incl. 50 scan edges and 200 auto write channels) • Frequency resolution : 5, 6.25, 8.33,* 9*, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 100 kHz *selectable depending on the operating frequency band.

  • Page 76: Options

    OPTIONS I Options BC-149 A/D AC ADAPTER Regularly charges the installed batteries. 6 V DC/1 A output. LC-146A CARRYING CASE Helps protect the receiver from scratches, etc. OPC-474 CLONING CABLE For connection between receivers for data cloning. CP-18A/E AD-92SMA CIGARETTE LIGHTER CABLE WITH DC DC CONVERTER CONNECTOR ADAPTER...

  • Page 77: Pocket Guide

    POCKET GUIDE Important operating instructions are summed up in this and the following page for your simple reference. By cutting along the line and folding on the dotted line, it will become a card sized operating guide which can easily be carried in a card case or wallet, etc.

  • Page 79

    We Icom Inc. Japan 1-1-32, Kamiminami, Hirano-ku Osaka 547-0003, Japan Declare on our sole responsibility that this equipment complies with the essential requirements of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive, 1999/5/EC, and that any applicable Essential Test Suite measurements have been performed.

  • Page 80

    A-6198H-1EX-q Printed in Japan 1-1-32 Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003 Japan 2002 Icom Inc. ©...

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