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IC-F3 & IC-F4 SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL

  • Frequency coverage (Varies according to version) (Mhz)
    IC-F3 136.000 -150.000
    146.000 - 174.000
       
    IC-F4 400.000 - 430.000
    440.000 - 470.000
  • Mode: 16KOF3E (25 kHz type) 8KOF3E (12.5 kHz type)
  • Number of channels: 32 (16 channels x 2 banks)
  • Power supply requirement: 9.6 V DC (negative ground)
  • Current drain
    Tx High Power 2.0 A
      Low power 1.0 A
    Rx Rated audio 300 mA
      Standby 60 mA
  • Frequency stability:
    • 0.0005% (EIA)
    • 1500 Hz (ETS/CEPT)
  • Usable temperature range:
    • +14F to +140F (EIA)
    • -10C to +55C (ETS/CEPT)
  • Dimensions (proj. not included):
    • 57(W) x 140(H) x 37(D) mm
    • 2(W) x 5(H) x 1 15/32 (D) in
  • Weight (with antenna and battery): 390 g (13.8 oz)

Transmitter

  • Output power: (at 9.6 V DC)
    IC-F3 5 W or 1 W
    IC-F4 4 W or 1 W
  • Modulation system: Variable reactance frequency modulation
  • Max. frequency deviation:
    • +/- 5.0 kHz (25 kHz type)
    • +/- 2.5 kHz (12.5 kHz type)
  • Spurious emissions:
      70 dB typical (EIA)
    • 0.25 MW (ETS/CEPT)
  • Adjacent channel power:
    • 70 dB (25 kHz type)
    • 60 dB (12.5 kHz type)
  • External mic. connector:
    • 3-conductor 2.5 (d) mm
    • (1/10")/2 k ohms

Measurements made in accordance with EIA/TIA-152-C, 204D, 603 or ETS-300-086 or CEPT T/R 24.


Receiver

  • Receive system: Double-conversion superheterodyne
  • Intermed. freq. (F3/F4)
    1st 31.05/46.35 MHz
    2nd 450 kHz
  • Sensitivity (typ.; F3/F4)
    for 12 dB SINAD 0.25/0.3 V
    EMF: for 20 dB SINAD 0.63/0.79 V
  • Squelch sensitivity (typ.; F3/F4) : 0.25/0.3 mV (at threshold)
  • Adjacent channel selectivity: 70 dB (25 kHz type) 60dB (12.5 kHz type)
  • Spurious response rejection: 70 dB
  • Intermodulation rejection: 65 dB
  • Audio output power (at 9.6 V DC): 300 mW (typical at5% distortion with an 8 ohm load)
  • External speaker connector: 3-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1/8")/8 ohm

All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.


OPTIONS

  • BC-110A/D/V WALL CHARGER
    Regularly charges the connected battery pack.
  • BC-119 DESKTOP CHARGER + AD-81 CHARGER ADAPTER
    For rapid charging of battery packs. An AC adapter is supplied with the charger. Charging time: 1 to 1.5 hrs.
  • BC-121 MULTI-CHARGER + AD-81 CHARGER ADAPTER
    For rapid charging up to 6 battery packs simultaneously. An AC adapter may be supplied depending on version. Six AD-81s are necessary. Charging time: 1 to 1.5 hrs.
  • BP-194 BATTERY CASE
    Battery case for AA(R6) x 8 batteries.
  • BP-195/BP-196 BATTERY PACKS
    BP-195: 9.6 V/700mAh; BP-196: 9.6 V/1050 mAh
  • HM-46 SPEAKER-MICROPHONE
    Slim dimensions. Equipped with an earphone jack and a transmit indicator.
  • HM-54 SPEAKER-MICROPHONE
    For operation while conveniently hanging the transceiver from you belt, etc. Max. input power: 5 W.
  • HM-75A SPEAKER-MICROPHONE
    Allows you to remotely select operating channels, etc.
  • HS-51 HEADSET
    For hands-free operation. Includes VOX, PTT and "one-touch" PTT with a time-out timer.
  • OPC-254L DC POWER CABLE
    Allows you to charge a battery pack connected to the transceiver via a DC power source (13.5 to 16 V DC). For charging Only the transceiver cannot be simultaneously operated.
  • OPC-474 CLONING CABLE
    Used for radio-to-radio data cloning.
  • SP-13 EARPHONE
    Provides clear audio in noisy environments.
  • UT-80 2-TONE UNIT
    Provides the transceiver with 2-tone decode capability.
  • UT-96 5-TONE UNIT
    Provides the transceiver with 5-tone encode/decode capabilities.

The ICOM logo is a registered trademark of ICOM, Inc. All ICOM radios significantly exceed FCC regulations limiting spurious emissions. All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

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