The Icom IC-R7100-12 VHF-UHF receiver covers from 25 to 800 and 900 to 2000 MHz in the following modes: AM, AM-W, FM, FM-W, FM-N, USB and LSB. Nine tuning steps are featured: 0.1, 1, 5, 10, 12.5, 25, 100 and 1000 kHz. The R7100-12 has a 9 bank, 900 channel memory. Scan types available: programmed, memory, selected mode memory, selected number memory, auto memory write, window scan and dual scan. A multi-functional five event, clock-timer provides convenience. The analog S-Meter will help you precisely tune stations. Other useful features include: VSC, NB, AFC, keypad entry, illuminated LCD display to 100 Hz., dimmer, attenuator, squelch, dial lock and ¼ inch headphone jack. The rear panel has jacks for external speaker, line output, recorder activation, remote, IF Output, AGC and N-type antenna input. 120/240 V AC.
The IC-R7100-2 GOVT model is the same as the R7100-12, but without the 800-900 MHz gap. The IC-R7100-12 GOVT can be purchased via government or qualifying commercial purchase order or for export only.
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