IC-705 and LC-192 Review by FB Girls

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  1. JP3JZK

    JP3JZK Ham Member QRZ Page

    FB NEWS Worldwide JULY 2020 issue


    Hi there! We are the FB NEWS Worldwide editorial staff members. This is a Japan-originated web magazine for all amateur radio operators. The website includes not only technical tips about amateur radio, but also event reports, YL fun posts, travel diaries...and so on. Our information could be useful and enjoyable for your amateur radio activities. Visit our website to read some nice n' fun articles!!
    We also have a club station JL3ZGL, and most of the members are YLs. We hope to see you on the air!

    For this month, especially you have to check this article!!
    IC-705 and LC-192 Review by FB Girls

    N8ZI, G3SEA, AA7XF and 10 others like this.
  2. KC3MIO

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    OK, so the 705 is now out in Nippon?
  3. N6NLX

    N6NLX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hmmm, I guess I missed the review part. This reads like a child’s story. Not saying it’s bad just not really a review.
    AJ5J, N7WY and N8PDX like this.
  4. N8PDX

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    The story seems marketed to pre-teens, but there’s some good quality, new photos of the official Icom backpack in this article.

    Knowing ham radio accessories market, I’m guessing they start the pricing on the backpack at a cheap $199.
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  5. N7WY

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    All I got out of this was that it fit into the back pack and there was a BNC connector for an antenna.
  6. KI4KGR

    KI4KGR Ham Member QRZ Page

    It comes off as "Look at these air heads walk around and pretend to play radio". They could be very intelligent and talented hams but it does not come off that way. It's kind of demeaning to them. Then again Japanese culture is much different than ours so it's probably just lost in the translation.
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  7. W6EBD

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    Yes, the Japanese culture is very different. Let's rejoice in the fact that the 705 is about to hit our shores soon.
    AJ5J, K0UO and AA7XF like this.
  8. K9GLS

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    I have a feeling these were just Japanese models for some marketing photo ops. I doubt they even know what the radio was.
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  9. W6KKO

    W6KKO Ham Member QRZ Page

    Your "feelings" have betrayed you. They are both licensed operators which the article notes at the beginning of the third paragraph along with their respective call signs.
    N8ZI, AJ5J, 4X1ST and 3 others like this.
  10. JO3SLK

    JO3SLK Ham Member QRZ Page

    There are hundreds of thousands of licensed hams around the world that are not registered on QRZ.com, so just because it is not listed here does not mean the call sign is not valid.

    Both Erii and Masaco are licensed, active hams in Japan. When they get on the air there is usually a pile up, as they are well known among Japanese hams.
    KL7KN, N8ZI, KF2M and 14 others like this.

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