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Icom Announces New IC-7300 HF Amateur Radio Transceiver at Tokyo Ham Fair 2015


Icom America announces the new IC-7300 HF amateur radio. The radio was introduced at the Tokyo Hamfair 2015 and includes a high-resolution real-time spectrum scope, intuitive interface and a RF direct sampling system &emdash; an amateur radio first (as researched by Icom among major manufacturers). Pricing and availability will be released at a later date.

Icom's new IC-7300 was revealed to positive reviews at this year's JARL Ham Fair in Tokyo, Japan. The radio's real-time spectrum scope with waterfall function provides high-level performance in resolution, sweep speed, and dynamic range. A large touch screen color TFT display and multi-dial knob provide intuitive operation and fast access menu items, radio functions and levels. A built-in automatic antenna tuner and compact, rugged body makes the IC-7300 ideal for field operation.

One of the IC-7300's most popular features is its RF direct sampling system, a departure from the conventional superheterodyne system. A first in an amateur radio transceiver, the IC-7300 utilizes technology seen Software Defined Radios (SDR) and other radio equipment. This RF direct sampling system promotes a high performance spectrum scope and superior phase noise.

Interested parties are encouraged to visit the IC-7300 product page for more information.

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This device has not been approved by the Federal Communications Commission. This device may not be sold or leased, or be offered for sale or lease, until approval of the FCC has been obtained.

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