New Icom IC-910H Satellite Radio

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    Icom has introduced their new All Mode VHF/UHF/1.2 Ghz Satellite Radio. It has not been FCC approved at this time. So start saving your pennies to be the first kid on the block with an IC-910H.

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    <td nowrap bgcolor="#808080">IC-910H*
    - All Mode VHF/UHF/1.2 GHz Satellite Radio

    The new dimension in the VHF/UHF World!

    The IC-910H* is an all new 2m/440 MHz/1.2 GHz** all mode satellite radio. Measuring only 9 1/2(W) X 3
    11/16(H) X 9 13/32(D) in. and weighting 10 lb (without UX-910), it
    is compact and lightweight for field operation. </p>

    The IC-910H* features a powerful
    100 W of output on 2 meter band, and 75 W on 430/440 band provided
    by the newly designed power amplifier circuit, which employs bipolar
    transistors in parallel. The combination of the aluminum die-cast
    chassis and effective cooling fan ensures stable output for
    continuous operation.</p>

    The IC-910H* receiver sensitivity
    is an amazing 0.11 ┬ÁV (at 10 dB S/N on SSB, CW), while the image
    and spurious responses are minimized for good signal fidelity. Used
    with the optional preamplifiers for each band, indispensable for
    receiving weak DX signals or satellite communications, you will
    experience top class receiving characteristics in the VHF/UHF bands.[​IMG]</p>

    By adding the optional UX-910 1200
    MHz band unit, the IC-910H* becomes an all mode tri-band
    transceiver. It is also capable of crossband and full duplex

    The IC-910H* has two data sockets
    for simultaneous two band packet communications. High speed PLL
    lockup time makes 9600 bps high speed packet communications

    In the satellite mode, the downlink
    and uplink frequencies are displayed simultaneously on the main and
    sub bands respectively. Normal/reverse tracking is available, and
    Doppler shift compensation is a breeze. Ten satellite memory
    channels store uplink &amp; downlink frequencies and operating mode.[​IMG]</p>

    Optional UT-106 DSP unit provides
    AF DSP (digital signal processing) functions: noise reduction and
    automatic notch filter. When two UT-106 units are installed in the
    IC-910H*, the DSP functions work for the main and sub bands

    [*]100 W of stable output power on
    VHF (75 W on UHF)
    [*]High performance receiver
    [*]Additional 1200 MHz band unit
    [*]9600 bps packet operation
    [*]Two data sockets for
    simultaneous two band packet communications.
    [*]Satellite communications
    [*]Simultaneous display of
    uplink and downlink frequencies
    [*]Satellite memory channels
    [*]Normal/reverse tracking
    [*]Easy Doppler compensation

    [*]All receiver functions work on
    main and sub bands
    [*]IF shift
    [*]Noise blanker
    [*]Sweep function observes
    conditions around the displayed frequency
    [*]Four types of scanning
    [*]Memory pad temporarily stores
    the operating frequencies and modes
    [*]Electronic keyer with a dot/dash
    ratio control
    [*]FM-narrow mode (FM-N) (except
    1200 MHz band)
    [*]CI-V capability for PC control
    [*]50 tone CTCSS encoder
    [*]One touch repeater function

    * This device has not been approved
    by the Federal Communications Commission. This device may not be
    sold or leased, or offered for sale or lease until approval from the
    FCC has been obtained.</p>

    ** An optional UX-910 1200 MHz band
    unit is required for 1200 MHz operation.</p>

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