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IC-2730A

VHF/UHF Dual Band Transceiver

Specifications

Specifications

General
Frequency coverage and mode

TX

RX


144-148, 430-450MHz

118-174, 375-550MHz*
*Guaranteed range, 144–148, 430–450MHz

Mode

F2D, F3E

Type of emission

F2D, F3E (FM)

No. of memory channels 1052 channels (including 50 scan edges and 2 Call)
Frequency stability ±2.5ppm
Operating temp. range

–10°C to +60°C; 14°F to +140°F

Frequency stability

±3ppm (–10°C to +60°)

Power supply requirement:

13.8V DC ±15%
Current drain (at 7.4V DC):

Transmit

Receive


13A

1.8A/1.2A (Max. audio/Stand-by)

Antenna impedance 50Ω (SO-239)
Dimensions (W×H×D)
Main Unit
Controller

150×40×151 mm; 5.91×1.57×5.94 in
150×50×27.2 mm; 5.91×1.97×1.07 in
Weight (approx.)
Main Unit
Controller

1.2 kg; 2.65 lb
140 g; 4.94 oz
Transmitter
Output power (at 13.8V DC)

TPE version

50W, 15W, 5W

25W, 15W, 5W

Max. frequency deviation ±5.0kHz/±2.5kHz (W/N)
Spurious emissions Less than –60dBc
Microphone impedance 60Ω (8-pin modular)
Receiver
Intermediate frequency
A band
B Band

38.85MHz/450kHz
46.35MHz/450kHz
Sensitivity (at 12dB SINAD) Less than –15dBμ
Selectivity
More than 60dB/55dB (W/N)
Spurious response rejection
A band
B band

More than 60dB/55dB (V/U)
More than 60dB/60dB (V/U)
Audio Output Power More than 2W (10% dist. 8Ω)
External speaker connector 2-conductor 3.5(d) mm 1/8"/4Ω
Receiver sensitivity
FM/FM-N (12dB SINAD)
137–159.995MHz*
375–399.995MHz
500–550.000MHz
160–174.000MHz
400–499.995MHz*

AM/AM-N (10dB S/N)
118–136.991MHz
*Except amateur bands.


–10dBμ
–5dBμ
–5dBμ
–5dBμ
–10dBμ


0dBμ

Applicable U.S. Military Specifications

Standard MIL 810 C
Method Proc
High Temp. 501.5 I,II
Low Temp. 502.5 I,II
Solar Radiation 505.5 I
Vibration 514.6 I
Shock 516.6 I

All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Supplied accessories

  • Hand microphone, HM-207
  • Controller cable
  • DC power cable
  • Microphone hanger and spare fuses
  • MBA-5 (Deluxe version only)

 

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