The ICOM IC-7200 is a robustly built amateur transceiver providing coverage of HF amateur bands plus 6 meters. Power is 100 watts. Features include easy-to-use controls, DSP filtering with 51 passband widths, digital twin passband tuning, manual notch filter, keypad entry, dual VFOs, large display, voice synthesizer, 201 memories, 20 dB attenuator, preamp, 6 kHz roofing filter, RIT, scanning, 1 Hz step tuning and more! The excellent general coverage receiver tunes from 30 kHz to 60 MHz. The meter displays Power/SWR/ALC. Power is 2 to 100 watts (40W AM).
The IC-7200 is not waterproof.
Great little radio. Works exceptionally well with an iMac connected via USB and running MacLoggerDX.
My XYL bought me the IC-7200 as a birthday gift a few years back and it was an upgrade from my IC-718, which was my first HF rig.
The 7200 is an excellent choice for the money. Thanks to the dual notch filtering, receive is very good.
I run this radio barefoot to a G5RV and have worked DX all over the world with good reports.
If you are interested in PSK31, I HIGHLY recommend the 7200 because the USB interface makes PSK31 via FLDIGI practically plug-n-play easy.
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