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The ICOM IC-7200 is a robustly built amateur transceiver providing coverage of HF amateur bands plus 6 meters. Power is 100 watts. Features include DSP filtering, twin passband tuning, keypad entry, dual VFOs, 200 memories, attenuator, scanning, 1 Hz tuning and more!
IC-7200 The EmComm solution!
Utilizing the latest in “IF” DSP technology, combined with HF design knowledge from the Marine Single Sideband designs, the IC-7200 is what we feel is the solution for first responders and the agencies they serve. While not waterproof, the front panel’s control knobs and buttons are constructed to resist water intrusion as well as gaskets for the top and bottom covers. In addition to the water resistant construction, the ‘7200 sports a “rear bumper”. The “bumper” provides protection for the radio for storage and transportation with the radio standing on the rear panel.
Also, the IC-7200 comes with a high stability oscillator, providing +/-0.5ppm frequency stability with all the filtering of the ICOM’s world renowned “IF” DSP. If this was not enough excitement for the new HF radio, on the rear panel is a USB port! The USB port provides control as well as recording incoming calls and/or transmits pre-programmed messages from your PC.
Simple & Tough with IF DSP
The latest IF DSP technology is employed
in the IC-7200. While the IC-7200 is an
entry-class transceiver, advanced digital
features are comparable to higher class
AGC loop management
Distortion and blocking from strong nearby
signals are prevented by placing DSP functions
inside the AGC loop. The AGC time
constants are selectable from fast, slow and
off for each operating mode.
Digital IF filter
Optional filters will be never required for the
IC-7200. The built-in digital filter allows you
to flexibly select the filter width and shape
from soft and sharp* and provides cuttingedge
* Filter shape is selectable for SSB and CW modes only.
Digital Twin PBT
Only Icom brings you Twin Passband
tuning! Tailor your IF passband with the
Twin PBT by electronically shifting the
upper and lower edges of the IF filter.
Depending on the use of the concentric
knobs, you can either narrow the IF passband,
or shift the entire passband to eliminate
Manual notch filter
The manual notch filter delivers more than
70dB of attenuation. Strong interfering
tones will be eliminated without adversely
affecting the AGC loop performance. On the
bottom right of the front panel, a dedicated
control knob adjusts the notch filter
Digital noise reduction
Digital noise reduction reduces background
noise and improves the signal-to-noise
ratio. The noise reduction level is adjustable
in 16 steps. It improves the readability of
voice and data signals.
Digital noise blanker
The noise blanker reduces pulse-type noise
such as engine ignition and sparking. The
NB level and width (blanking duration) are
adjustable in 100 steps.
High stability transmitter
The DDS (Direct digital synthesizer) creates
a clear, clean transmit signal and improves
the C/N ratio. With a
system, the IC-7200
provides stable high
quality output even
during high duty
USB port for PC control
The IC-7200 can be controlled by a PC
through a USB port using the CI-V data
format. In addition, modulator and received
audio can also be transferred over the USB
cable. By using appropriate external software,
you can record incoming call and/or
transmit preprogrammed messages from
RF speech compressor
The digital RF speech compressor
increases your average talk power in SSB
mode. Even when the compression level is
increased, the DSP controlled RF speech
compressor provides low distortion audio.
CW mode operation
Full break-in, selectable CW carrier point
(USB or LSB) and adjustable CW pitch are
Tough construction against
Waterproof protection technologies that are
used in Icom’ s marine radios are applied to the buttons and knobs on the front panel to
provide a measure of protection against
*IC-7200 is NOT waterproof.
Rugged design for outdoor use
The rugged design of the IC-7200 means
your enjoyment of this rig is not limited to
your shack only.
- ±0.5ppm frequency stability
- LCD backlight (Hi/Lo/Off)
- CI-V interface
- 201 memory channels
- Built-in 20dB attenuator
- Dial lock
- Auto TS function
- 1Hz step tuning
- Band stacking register
- Built-in voice synthesizer
- Quick split
- Front facing speaker
- Quick set mode
*1 Shows USA version. Frequency coverage depends on version.
(Differs according to version)
| Tx: 1.8, 3.5,
21, 24, 28, 50MHz bands
||USB, LSB, CW, RTTY (FSK), AM
||Less than ±0.5ppm
|Maximum current drain
|Power supply requirement
||13.8V DC ±15 % (negative ground)
|Number of memory
|201ch (199 regular, 2 scan edages)
are not included)
||5.5 kg; 12.1 lb
*2 Guaranteed range: 0.5-29.999 and 50-54.000 MHz.
*3 USB only.
SSB, CW, RTTY:
|| Less than –50dB (HF)
Less than –63dB (50MHz)
||More than 50dB
||More than 50dB
||8-pin connector (600Ω)
(10dB S/N, Preamp ON, Filter shape sharp)
Less than 0.16μV (1.8–29.995MHz):
Less than 0.13μV (50MHz band)
Less than 13μV (0.5–1.8MHz)
Less than 2μV (1.8–29.995MHz)
Less than 1μV (50MHz band)
||SSB(BW: 2.4kHz, sharp):
More than 2.4kHz/–6dB
Less than 3.6kHz/–60dB
CW(BW: 500Hz, sharp) :
More than 500Hz/–6dB
Less than 900Hz/–60dB
RTTY (BW: 350Hz):
More than 360Hz/–6dB
Less than 650Hz/–60dB
AM (BW: 6kHz):
More than 6.0kHz/–6dB
Less than 15.0kHz/–60dB
|Spurious and image
|More than 70dB
(Except 1⁄2 IF through on 50MHz band)
(at 10% distortion with an 8Ω load)
|More than 2.0W
|2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1⁄8″) /8Ω
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
||HM-36 Hand Mic
||SM-20 stand microphone for HF
||SP-10 4 ohm ext speaker
||SP-20 base station speaker
||SP-23 Ext speaker for base stations
||AH-2b Covers 7-54MHz.
|FOLDED DIPOLE ANTENNA
||AH-710 Covers 7-54MHz
||AH-4 Matches 3.5-54MHz bands
||AT-180 160-6m antenna tuner for coax feed antennas
||IC-PW1/EURO (Use with OPC-599) .
|MOBILE MOUNTING BRACKET
||OPC-599 13-pin ACC socket to 7-, 8-pin ACC sockets.
||13.8vdc 25A power supply
NOTICE: The IC-7200 received FCC certification on July 28, 2008. FCC ID: AFJ301500