ICOM IC-24AT Handheld VHF/UHF Transceiver

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The ICOM IC-24AT is a dual-band portable transceiver. The IC-24AT is also sold in Australia and Asia, but with slightly different frequency ranges. The European counterpart is the ICOM IC-24ET.

*) Frequency range for Australian and Asian models may differ.

Frequency range

RX-range
138-174 / 440-450 MHz *)
TX-range
140-150 / 440-450 MHz *)
HAM bands
2m  70cm 
Stability
-
Tuning steps
5 / 10 / 12.5 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 50 kHz
Filters
-

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Receiver

Modulations
FM  
Sensitivity
Less than 0.18µV (12dB SINAD)
Selectivity
-
Receiver system
Double conversion superheterodyne
IF-frequencies
1st: 30.875 MHz
2nd: 455 kHz
Image rejection
-
Audio output
200mW, 8 ohm @ 10% THD

Transmitter

Modulations
FM  
RF-Output
5 / 3.5 / 1.5 / 0.5W

Connections

Antenna
BNC
Impedance
50 Ω

Electrical

Power requirements
6-16V DC
Current drain RX
16-150mA
TX
0.5-1.6A

Physical

Dimensions (w×h×d)
52 × 136.5 × 34.5 mm (2.05 × 5.37 × 1.36 in) Including BP-82 battery pack
Weight
340 gr (12.0 oz) Including battery and antenna
Form factor
Handheld
Manufactured
Between 1989 and 19xx

Other features

Memories
42 channels in 1 bank(s)
Usage
Amateur / Ham radio operators
Features + options
Built-in clock/timer
DTMF
Direct entry keypad
Optional CTCSS (UT-50)
Optional DCS (UT-51)
Accessories
-

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Reviews

IC-24AT Crossband Repeater Function and etc.

ICOM IC-24AT, Handheld VHF/UHF Transceiver

This radio is the only transceiver and held held unit that has the cross band feature. If there are others please let me know as i have found no other transceivers that have this feature and in a hand held. The receiver is very broad from about 300 KHz up to 1300 MHz which there is no skips in frequency. Included is the cellular frequency band which in other handhelds after a certain time any handhelds do not allow the listening to the cellular frequencies. Which have gone mostly to digital mode on fm and cannot be decoded with the average analog/digital scanner. I have enjoyed this transceiver enough to collect a second which is a rare find these days. Thankfully there are batteries for this transceiver from W & W Associates or a similar company that makes amateur radio battery packs. 73 de N2OBS

Written by N2OBS on Oct 26, 2009

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Aquired
Good condition in 2009
USD 85.00

Icom IC-24AT Excellent HT

ICOM IC-24AT, Handheld VHF/UHF Transceiver

I just purchased an old Icom IC24AT from a ham and I have never seen such an older radio that looks as if it was made yesterday. Not a spot or blemish anywhere. This radio is NEW looking and performance wise. It came with an Icom HM-54 speaker mic and what looks to be a new dual band antenna. The radio is flawless. A very oldie and a goodie. I will hang onto it. Does anyone know if they make a 12vdc Ni-Mh battery for this radio. Batteries America doesn't seem to have one. Thanks, Halsky

Written by Halsky on Nov 9, 2010

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Aquired
Good condition in 2010
USD 110.00

My very first Transceiver

ICOM IC-24AT, Handheld VHF/UHF Transceiver

Baught used from a collegue in 1992 or 1993. It still works, never failed.

Written by Dan on Nov 9, 2012

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Value for money
Aquired
Good condition in 1992
USD 250.00

Prices

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Price Condition Year User
USD 250.00 Good / Used 1992 Dan
USD 85.00 Good / Used 2009 N2OBS
USD 110.00 Mint / Used 2010 Halsky
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