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Icom America - 2 way radios

F3001 / F4001

Entry Level Analog Portables VHF/UHF



Frequency coverage
(Rx and Tx)
Number of channels Total 16
Type of emissions 16K0F3E/11K0F3E
Channel spacing F3001 12.5 kHz, 15/30 kHz
F4001 12.5 kHz
PLL channel step F3001 2.5 kHz, 3.125 kHz (VHF)
F4001 5 kHz, 6.25 kHz (UHF)
Power supply requirement 7.2V DC nominal
Current drain

70 mA (standby)
250 mA (rated audio)  
1.25 A (high)
70mA (standby)
330mA (internal SP)
1.3A (high)
Antenna impedance 50Ω
Operating temperature range -30°C to 60°C; –22°F to +140°F
Dimensions (W×H×D) 2.28 x 4.38 x 1.41 in (with BP-265)
Weight  9.5 oz (with BP-265)
Spurious emissions 70dB typ.
Max. frequency deviation ±5.0 kHz/±2.5 kHz (wide/narrow)
Frequency stability ±2.5ppm
FM hum and noise 46/40dB typ. (wide/narrow)
Output power 5 W, 2W or 1W (Hi, L2, L1)
4 W, 2W or 1W (Hi, L2, L1)
Audio harmonic distortion
(AF 1kHz 40% deviation)
1.0/1.5% typ. (wide/narrow)
Ext. microphone connector 3-conductor 2.5 (d) mm (1/10")/2.2kΩ
Sensitivity 0.25 µV (typ.) at 12 dB SINAD
Adjacent channel selectivity 73/65dB typ. (wide/narrow)
Spurious response rejection 70 dB (typ.)
Intermodulation rejection 74dB typ.
Hum and noise 52/47dB typ. (wide/narrow)
Ext. speaker connector 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1/8")
Audio output power (at 5% distortion)
   Internal SP (w/12Ω load)
   External SP (w/8Ω load)

800mW typ.
400mW typ.

Measurements made in accordance with EAIA-152-C/204D or TIA-603.

Applicable U.S. Military Specifications

Icom makes rugged products that meet MIL-STD requirements and strict environmental standards as follows.

Standard MIL 810 F
Method Proc
Low Pressure 500.4 I, II
High Temp. 501.4 I, II
Low Temp. 502.4-3 I, II
Temp. Shock 503.4 I
Solar Radiation 505.4 I
Rain Blowing/Drip 506.4 I, III
Humidity 507.4
Salt Fog 509.4
Dust Blowing 510.4 I
Vibration 514.5 I
Shock 516.5 I, IV

Also meets equivalent MIL-STD-810-C, -D and -E.

Supplied Accessories

  • Battery Pack: BP-265
  • Antenna
  • Belt Clip: MB-124
  • Charger: BC-193


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