The Icom IC-765 is a full featured, multi-mode HF transceiver for the dedicated DX enthusiast. It operates from 160 to 10 meters and features a high performance 100 kHz to 30 MHz general coverage receiver built in. RF power is 10 to 100 watts SSB/CW/RTTY modes (10 to 40 watts AM). The 765 has sophisticated capabilities such as: dual digital VFOs, multi-function analog meter, all-mode squelch, Notch, Passband Tuning, RIT/XIT, pre-amp keypad and 20 dB attenuator. You also get 99 memories. The two color fluorescent digital display is easy to read. Serious CW operators will appreciate the built-in electronic keyer, full and semi break-in capability. The rear panel has an SO-239 antenna jack plus a receive only RCA phono jack. The 765 has a built in antenna tuner and this rig operates from a built-in power supply.
This transceiver was made in the 90's, but it outperforms a lot of today transceivers.
If you don't like the sound of transceiver with DSP, just buy one ! (hard to find today, everybody keep them)
It has one of the best receivers ever made, it has 4 IF stages.
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