The '706' series represents one of the most popular transceivers in amateur radio histroy. The latest version is the incredibly small Icom IC-706 Mark II G which adds many new features and capabilities not found in the previous ICOM IC-706 and ICOM IC-706MKII versions. The "G" is an all-mode transceiver provides 100 watts on HF and 6 meters and 50 watts on 2 meters plus 20 watts on 440 MHz. It receives from 30 kHz to 199 MHz and from 400 to 470 MHz. It features a removable, remoteable, front panel that allows control of all features. The large LCD display features alphanumeric memory names (9 character) and soft key descriptions. The LCD even supports a simple band scope display. Other advanced features include: IF Shift, RIT, Tone Squelch, Scanning, Noise Blanker, Speech Compressor, Mini Spectrum Scope and Electronic Keyer. This latest version in the 706 series includes the UT-106 DSP module as a standard feature. Despite its compact size it has big, easy to use control dials.
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