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ICOM IC-7410

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Desktop HF/VHF Transceiver

The Icom IC-7410 is the successor to the ICOM IC-7400 and ICOM IC-746 Pro providing professional performance in the 160 to 6 meter amateur bands. This HF rig employs the same high grade DSP unit and double conversion super-heterodyne system developed from the latest technology used in the IC-7600, IC-7700 and IC-7800 series. It features a 15kHz roofing filter. In addition, when used with the optional FL-430 and FL-431 filters, narrow mode signals are protected from adjacent inband signals. The 3kHz first IF filter is especially effective in the CW and SSB modes. It utilizes Icom's proven IF-DSP technology. Like the IC-746Pro, it features a sharp black and white LCD. In fact, the IC-7410 display is actually 10mm wider than the ICOM IC-746 Pro display. It features a superior general coverage receiver covering 30 kHz to 60 MHz with +30dbm 3rd order intercept point receive performance and ±0.5 p.p.m. stability. There is a built-in bandscope function, and Baudot RTTY capability. Other refinements include: ±9.999 kHz RIT, BPF, quick split function, band edge beep and CW keyer (6-48 WPM). A large chassis heatsink is employed. There is a built-in tuner. Power is 100 watts. There are both CI-V and USB ports on the rear panel. Original price in 2010: USD 1995.00.

Specifications
Type
Desktop Amateur HF/VHF Transceiver 
Frequency range RX
30 kHz - 60 MHz 
TX
160-10 m + WARC / 6 m 
Frequency stability
± 0.5 p.p.m.  
Tuning steps
Filters
15 kHz (standard)
6 / 3 kHz (optional)
(max. three filters total) 
Receiver
Modulations
AM / FM / CW / USB / LSB / RTTY 
Sensitivity
SSB/CW (10 dB S/N)
1.8-29.999 MHz : -16dBμ (0.16 μV) (1 preamplifier ON)
50 MHz band :-18dBμ (0.13 μV) (2 preamp ON)
AM (10dB S/N)
0.5-1.8 MHz : +22 dBμ (12.6 μV) (1 preamplifier ON)
1.8-29.999 MHz : +6 dBμ (2.0 μV) (1 preamplifier ON)
50 MHz band : +4 dBμ (1.6 μV) (2 preamp ON)
FM (12dB SINAD)
28.0-29.7 MHz :-6 dBμ (0.50 μV) (1 preamplifier ON)
50 MHz band :-10 dBμ (0.32 μV) 
Selectivity
SSB (BW = 2.4kHz)
Above 2.4kHz /-6dB
Below 3.4kHz /-40dB
CW (BW = 500Hz)
Above 500Hz /-6dB
Below 700Hz /-40dB
RTTY (BW = 350Hz)
Above 500Hz /-6dB
Below 800Hz /-40dB
AM (BW = 6kHz)
Above 6.0kHz /-6dB
Below 10kHz /-40dB
FM (BW = 15kHz)
12.0kHz or higher /-6dB
Below 22kHz /-40dB  
Receiver system
Double conversion + DSP 
IF-frequencies
1st: 64.455 MHz
2nd: 36 kHz 
Image rejection
> 70 dB 
Audio output
2.0W (8Ω, 10% distortion) 
Transmitter
Modulations
AM / FM / CW / USB / LSB / RTTY 
RF-output
100 W (50 W for Japanese version) 
Connections
Antenna
SO-239 
Impedance
50Ω 
Electrical
Power requirements
13.8V DC 
Current drain RX
3 A 
TX
23 A max. 
Physical
Dimensions (w×h×d)
315 × 116 × 343 mm (12.40 × 4.57 × 13.50 in) excluding protrusions 
Weight
10.2 kg (22.5 lbs) excluding optional modules 
Form factor
Desktop 
Manufactured
Between 2011 and 201x in Japan 
Other features
Memories
101 channels in 1 banks  
Usage
Amateur / Ham radio operators 
Manufacturer
ICOM 
Model
IC-7410
Features
36 kHz 32-bit IF DSP (the same class as used in the IC-7600)
Built-in Auto-AT
Built-in RTTY demodulator
Integrated speech synthesizer
+30 dBm IP3 on HF
USB interface for PC control and voice output
“Band edge beep alarm” helps users avoid off-band operation
Large B/W LCD screen, ergonomically designed controls 
Manuals, Diagrams and Brochures
 
ICOM IC-7410 High resolution image (4410 x 1824 pixels, 3.9MB)
FCC test report (ICOM IC-7410)
 
 
 
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