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TX/RX
ICOM 756 PROII

The IC-756 ProII is an excellent radio. When first produced, it was one of the best radios on the market. This is my third radio that I use now. Previously use the President Lincoln I and Kenwood TS480 SAT Full power out 105+/- watts. Best receiver I've ever had. Isolates noise superbly and allows me to hear QSO's that my TS loses in the noise. Notch filter, 3 internal filters, etc. make this one of the best receivers I've ever had. Excellent mic audio with mic gain and compression.



Frequency coverage
RX: 0.03 - 60.000 MHz *1, *2
TX:
1.800 - 1.999 MHz
3.500 - 3.999 MHz
7.000 - 7.300 MHz
10.100 - 10.150 MHz *2
14.000 - 14.350 MHz *2
18.068 - 18.168 MHz *2
21.000 - 21.450 MHz *2
24.890 - 24.990 MHz *2
28.000 - 29.700 MHz *2
50.000 - 54.000 MHz *2

*1=some freq. bands are not guaranteed. *2=Depending on version

Mode: USB, LSB, CW, RTTY, AM, FM
Number of memory channels: 101 (99 regular, 2 scan edges)
Antenna connector: SO-239x2 and phono [RCA (50 ohms)]
Usable temperature range: -10°C to +50°C; +14°F to +122°F
Frequency stability: less than ±0.5 ppm (1 minute after power ON/0°C to +50°C; +32°F to +122°F)
Frequency resolution: 1Hz
Power supply requirement: 13.8 V DC (±15% negative ground)
Power consumption:
TX max power 23A
RX standby 3.0A (typ.)
RX max audio 3.5A (typ.)

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