ICOM IC-2720H
Specifications

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Discontinued Amateur Mobile Transceivers 

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IC-2720H Specifications

General
  • Frequency coverage Transmit (USA Version)
    • VHF: 144-148 MHz
    • UHF: 440-450 MHz
  • Frequency coverage Receive (USA Version)
    • Left Side: 118-550 MHz
    • Right Side: 118-174, 375-850, 810-999.99 MHz (less cellular)
  • Mode: FM, AM* (* U.S.A. version, RX only; 118-136 MHz; not guaranteed.)
  • Number of memory channels: 212 (including 2 call and 10 band edge channels)
  • Antenna connector: SO-239 (50 ohms)
  • Power Supply requirement: 13.8 V DC ±15%
  • Useable temperature range: +14 to +140 F, -10 to +60 C
  • Frequency stability: ±10 ppm
  • Tuning step increments: 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 50 kHz
  • Current drain (at 13.8 V DC)
    • Receive squelched 1.2 Amps
    • Maximum audio output 1.8 Amps
    • Transmit at high power VHF 12 Amps, UHF 11 Amps
  • Main Unit Dimensions (projections not included):
    • 5.5 x 1.65 x 7.4 inches 2.6 Lbs (140x40x187 mm 1.17 kg).
  • Controller Dimensions (projections not included):
    • 5.5 x 2 x 1.2 inches 6 ounces (140x50x27 mm 150 g).

 

Transmitter
  • Output power:
    • VHF 50 W, 15 W, 5 W selectable
    • UHF 35 W, 15 W, 5 W selectable
  • Modulation system: variable reactance frequency modulation
  • Max. frequency deviation: ±5.0 kHz
  • Spurious emissions: Less than -60 dB
  • Microphone connector: 8-pin modular jack (600 ohms)

 

Receiver
  • Receive system: Double conversion superheterodyne
  • Intermediate frequencies (Left/Right): 1st 38.85/450 kHz 2nd 46.05 MHz/455 kHz
  • Sensitivity: Less than 0.18 micro V for 12dB SINAD
  • Squelch Sensitivity: 0.13 micro V (at threshold)
  • Selectivity:
    • More than 12 kHz -6 dB
    • Less than 30 kHz -60dB
  • Spurious rejection ratio: More than 60 dB
  • Audio output (at 13.8 V DC): More than 2.4 W at 10% distortion with an 8-ohm load
  • Ext. speaker connector: 2-conductor 1/8" (3.5 mm), 8 ohms
  • Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

 


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