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IC9100

Specifications General

Frequency coverageUSA version only.
Some frequency bands are not guaranteed
RX
0.030 – 60.000
136.000 – 174.000
420.000 – 480.000
1240.000 – 1320.000
TX
1.800 – 1.999
3.500 – 3.999
5.255 – 5.405
7.000 – 7.300
10.100 – 10.150
14.000 – 14.350
18.068 – 18.168
21.000 – 21.450
24.890 – 24.999
28.000 – 29.700
50.000 – 54.000
144.000 – 148.000
430.000 – 450.000
1240.000 – 1300.000
Some frequency bands are not guaranteed.  With optional UX-9100.

Mode
USB, LSB, CW, RTTY (FSK), FM, AM*, DV (with UT-121)
(* Transmit: HF/50MHz only; Connect receive on 1200MHz band))

Frequency stability
Less than ±0.5 ppm (0°C to +50°C)

Number of memory channels
396 Ch (99 Ch for each HF/50, 144, 430/440, 1200MHz band)4 Call Ch (1 Ch for each band)24 Scan edges (6 Ch for each band)20 satellite memories and 26 GPS memories

Operating temperature range
0°C to +50°C; +32°F to +122°F

Power supply requirement
13.8 V DC ±15%

Current drain (at 13.8 V DC)
Tx
Max. power
24A, 9.0A (1200MHz with UX-9100

Rx
Max Audio
4.5A, 5.5A (1200MHz with UX-9100)

Dimensions (W × H × D)
315 × 116 × 343 mm
12/ × 4/ × 13/ in.

Weight (approx.)UX-9100
11 kg; 24.3 lb950g; 2.1lb

Antenna connector
VHF
UHF
HF/50MHz SO-239 (50?) ×2
144MHz SO-239 (50?)
430/440MHz Type-N (50?)
1200MHz (with UX-9100) Type-N (50?)

Transmitter

Modulation System
SSB
AM
FM
DV (UT-121)
Digital PSN modulationDigital Low power modulation
Digital Phase modulation
GMSK Digital Phase modulation
Output power (cont. adj.)
HF/50 Mhz
144 MHz
430/440 MHz
1200MHz (With UX-9100)
2-100W (SSB/CW/RTTY/FM/DM)2-25W (AM)
2-100W (SSB/CW/RTTY/FM/DV)
2-75W (SSB/CW/RTTY/FM/DV)
1-10W (SSB, CW, RTTY, FM, DV)
Spurious emission
1.8—29.995MHz
50MHz/144MHz
430/440MHz
1200MHz (with UX-9100
Less than -50 dB
Less than -63 dB
Less than –61.8 dB
Less than –53 dB
Carrier suppression
More than 40 dB
Unwanted sideband 1200MHz (With UX-9100)
More than 55 dBMore than 40dB
Microphone connector
8-pin connector (600?)

Receiver

Intermdiate frequencies
HF/50MHz
144MHz
430/440MHz
1200MHz (With UX-9100)
64.455MHz, 36kHz
10.850MHz, 36kHz
71.250MHz, 36kHz
243.950MHz, 10.950MHz, 36kHz

SensitivitySSB, CWAMFMDV
0.5–1.8MHz*
1.8–29.9MHz*
50–54MHz*
144/440MHz
1200MHz

0.16?V
0.13?V
0.11?V
0.11?V

12.6?V
2.0?V
1.6?V
1.4?V

0.50?V (28-29.7)
0.32?V
0.18?V
0.18?V

1.0?V (28-29.7)
0.63?V
0.35?V
0.35?V

* SSB/CW, AM: 10dB S/N, FM: 12dB SINAD, DV: 1% BER  Preamp1 ON. * Preamp2 ON.

Selectivity
SSB(BW: 2.4kHz, sharp)
CW (BW:500Hz sharp)
RTTY (BW: 350Hz sharp)
AM (BW: 6kHz)
FM (BW: 15kHz)
DV (12.5kHz channel spacing)
1200MHz (With UX-9100)
SSB, CW
FM
More than 2.4 kHz/-6dB;
Less than 3.4 kHz/-40 dB
More than 500 Hz/-6dB;
Less than 700 Hz/-40 dB
More than 500kHz/-6dB
Less than 800 Hz/-40 dB
More than 6.0 kHz/-6 dB
Less than 10.0 kHz/-40 dB
More than 12.0 kHz/-6 dB
Less than 22.0 kHz/-40 dB
More than -50 dB
More than 2.3kHz/-6 dB
More than 15.0kHz/-6 dB

Spurious and image rejection ratio
HF/50MHz
144/440MHz
1200MHz (with UX-9100)
More than 70dB
More than 60dB
More than 50dB

Audio output power
More than 2.0 W at 10% distortion with an 8 ohm load

EXT SP connector
2-conductor 3.5 (d)mm (?")?8?

IC7600

Specifications General

Frequency coverage

RxTxEurope, UK VersionRxTx
0.030– 60.000 MHz1.810– 1.999 MHz 3.500– 3.800 MHz7.000– 7.100 MHz (Europe version)7.000– 7.200 MHz (UK version)10.100– 10.150 MHz 14.000–14.350 MHz18.068– 18.168 MHz 21.000–21.450 MHz24.890– 24.990 MHz 28.000–29.700 MHz50.000– 52.000 MHz

*2 Some frequency ranges are not guaranteed


Mode
USB, LSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31, AM, FM
Number of channels
101 (99 regular, 2 scan edges)
Antenna impedance
50? unbalanced (Tuner off)
Antenna connector
SO-239×2 and RCA×1
Power supply requirement
13.8V DC ±15%
Temperature range
0°C to +50°C; +32°F to +122°F
Frequency stability
Less than ±0.05ppm(0°C to +50°C, after warm up)
Frequency resolution
1Hz (minimum)
Power consumptionTx Max. power
Tx
Max. power
23A
Rx
Stand-by
3.0A (typ.)
Max. audio
3.5A (typ.)
Dimensions (W×H×D)(projections not included)
340 × 116 × 279.3 mm
Weight (approx.)
10kg; 22.0lb (approx.)

Transmitter

Output power
SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31, FMAM
(continuously adjustable)2–100W1–30W
Modulation system
SSB AM FM
PSN modulation
Digital low power modulation
Digital phase modulation
Spurious emission
Harmonics
Less than -50dB (HF bands)
Less than -63dB (50 MHz band)
Carrier suppression
More than 63dB
Unwanted sideband suppression
More than 80dB
TX variable range
±9.999 kHz
Microphone impedance
600? (8-pin connector)

Receiver


Receive system
Double conversion super-heterodyne system
Intermediate frequencies
1st  64.455 MHz
2nd 36 kHz
Sensitivity (typical)
SSB, CW, RTTY
1.8–29.999 MHz 0.15µV (Pre-amp 1 ON)
(BW: 2.4kHz at 10dB S/N)
50.0–54.0 MHz 0.12µV (Pre-amp 2 ON)
1.8–29.999 MHz 1.6µV (Pre-amp 1 ON)
AM (BW: 6kHz at 10dB S/N)
50.0–54.0 MHz 1µV (Pre-amp 2 ON)
28–29.990 MHz 0.5µV (Pre-amp 1 ON)
FM (BW: 15kHz at 12dB SINAD)
Squelch sensitivity (Pre-amp: OFF)
SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31
Less than 3.2µV
FM
Less than 0.3µV
Selectivity (representative value)  
SSB(BW: 2.4kHz)     
More than 2.4 kHz/–6dB
Less than 3.8 kHz/–60dB
RTTY (BW: 350Hz)   
More than 350 Hz/–6dB
Less than 650 Hz/–6dB
CW (BW: 500Hz)      
More than 500 kHz/–6dB
Less than 900 kHz/–60dB
AM (BW: 6kHz)        
More than 6.0 kHz/–6dB
Less than 15.0 kHz/–60dB
FM (BW: 15kHz)
More than 12.0 kHz/–6dB
Less than 20.0 kHz/–60dB
Spurious and image rejection ratio
More than 70dB (except 50 MHz IF through point)
Audio output power
More than 2.0W at 10% distortion with an 8ohm load
RIT variable range
±9.999 kHz
PHONES connector
3-conductor 6.35 (d) mm (??)
EXT SP connector
2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (??) /8?
Antenna Tuner
Matching range
16.7O to 150O unbalanced
HF band
50 MHz bands
20ohm to 125ohm unbalanced

Other features
[Antenna connectors]

  • Two Tx/Rx antenna connectors with automatic antenna selector

  • Rx antenna In/Out connector for receiver antenna or external alttenuator

[Receiver]

  • General coverage receiver covers from 30kHz to 60MHz(* Some frequency bands are not guaranteed, depending on version)

  • Two types of receiver preamplifiers: Preamp 1: Increase low level signal improving intermodulation characteristics Pream 2: High gain preamplier

  • Built-in 3-step RF attenuator (6,12 and 18dB)

[Transmitter]

  • Tx monitor

  • 50 CTCSS tone encoder and decoder

  • All mode power control

  • VOX capability (Voice operated transmission)

[CW mode]

  • Multi-function electronic keyer with adjustable keying speed, dot-dash ratio and paddle polarity and bug key function

  • DSP controlled CW keying waveform shaping

  • Frequency lock function for split operation

  • The normal (default) CW carrier point is selectable from USB and LSB

  • APF (audio peak filter) function with soft/sharp filter shape

  • Double key jack system

  • Full break-in function and semi break-in function

  • CW pitch control from 300 to 900Hz

  • Adjustable CW envelope

[Operation]

  • Set mode function for flexible and speedy setting

  • Memory pad stores up to 10 (or 5) operating frequencies

  • Quick split function enables split operation with a single action

  • Digital meter indicates output power, ALC level, SWR, COMP (compression level), Id (drain current of the final amplifier) and VD (voltage of the final amplifer)

  • Single knob control from squelch volume to RF gain

  • RIT and ?Tx variable up to ±9.999kHz

  • Quick RIT/?TX clear function

  • UTC/Local Clock and timer function

  • 1Hz pitch tuning and 1Hz indication

  • 101 memory channels with 10-character comment

  • Built-in voice synthesizer announces operating frequency, mode and receiving signal strength

  • Programmed scan, memory scan, select memory scan, VSC scan and ?F scan

  • Auto tuning step function

  • Band edge beep

  • Main dial tension control and dial lock

  • CI-V interface capability and RS-232C connector for PC connection

  • AH-4 control circuit

  • Triple band stacking register

  • FFT scope wave averaging function

  • Screen saver function


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