gear and I thought I would use it as a scanner but it's been just sitting
the the drawer.
I have for sale an Icom IC-Q7A dual band fm tranceiver with three antennas.
Included is the standard Icom antenna, a workman dualband thinwire super
flexable antenna aprox 8" tall and the Diamond SRH805 dualband transmit/wide
band receiving coverage antenna, aprox 2" tall. All in excellent condition.
Included is the rig, antennas, and original documentation. Price $125 plus
$5 shipping conus.
Here are the specs:
Ultra compact 2 meter/440 MHz dual band handheld with full feature scanner.
Runs off two AA batteries. Extra easy to use. The IC-Q7A is great for ANY
Dimensions: 2.3 (W), 3.75 (H), 1.1 (D) inches, 6 oz (0.375 lb)
TX: 144-148 MHz and 440-450 MHz triple conversion
RX: 30 - 1300 MHz (cellular blocked on U.S. model)
Output power: 350 mW (VHF) 300 mW (UHF)
200 memory channels
Superior audio in its class. Large speaker (36 mm / 1.406 in) for 100 mW audio
CTCSS tone encoder/decoder with pocket beep
ICOM rugged! Meets MIL SPEC C/D/E for shock and vibration
Easy to use - only 7 buttons (including power) and a large, easy to grasp
Auto repeater function
10 tuning steps
Auto power OFF
Modulation system: Variable reactance
Output power (at 3.0 V DC):
VHF: 350 mW typ.
UHF: 300 mW typ.
Maximum frequency deviation: 5 kHz
Spurious emissions: Less than -40 dB
Receive system: Triple conversion superheterodyne
Intermediate frequencies: 1st: 266.7 MHz; 2nd: 19.65 MHz; 3rd: 450 kHz
Sensitivity (except spurious points; typical values):
FM (at 12 dB SINAD)
30 - 117.995 MHz / 0.32
118 - 174.995 MHz / 0.16
175 - 246.995 MHz / 0.32
247 - 329.995 MHz / 0.32
330 - 379.995 MHz / 0.32
380 - 469.995 MHz / 0.32
470 - 749.995 MHz / 0.32
750 - 999.995 MHz / 0.32
1000 - 1199.995 MHz / 0.32
1200 - 1300.995 MHz / 0.32
Thanks for reading......Jerry kg2jf