ICOM IC-R7000 COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER
Immaculate, unmodified, recently serviced, and fully functional IC-R7000 VHF/UHF receiver. (Note this the is the wideband VHF/UHF RECEIVER, not the IC-7000 transceiver!)
Unblocked CONTINUOUS 25 MHz to 2 GHz coverage including public safety, cellular, government, amateur, broadcast, etc. Operates on 120VAC or 12VDC.
You won't find one in better electrical and cosmetic shape than this one! Original owner, non-smoking environment.
Newly replaced CMOS battery, professionally serviced in February 2013 (new capacitors on display driver board, power supply, realigned).
Unit looks and operates like new. Includes receiver, power cord, original user manual and box. Also includes IC-EX310 Voice Synthesizer module (installed) for audible announcement of active frequency, plus DC-DC converter unit. Includes extensive notebook with documentation, service notes, original catalog sheet, fold-out schematic.
This is the complete deal, radio has been used indoors only (never mobile), mounted in rack cabinet. If you want a quality radio which can receive all modes from DC-to-Light, this is it (AM, FM-N, FM-W, USB, LSB) from 25 MHz to 2 GHz!
25-1000, 1025-2000MHz range
Scan rate 8cps (max)
AM, WFM, FM, LSB, USB
100Hz; 1, 5, 10, 12.5, 25kHz steps
Autostore (20 channels)
Voice squelch control (VSC)
Analogue signal meter
Noise blanker (NB)
Wireless remote control (optional)
Tape recorder control
Icom R-7000 Specs
Operation Manual here:
Service Manual here:
More photos (not mine) here:
I have available (but not included) an Icom CT-17 Communication Interface (CI-V) Level Converter (with all cabling) which allows the IC-R7000 to be computer controlled. I also have available (but not included) a Panasonic RQ-L319 portable voice activated cassette recorder which interfaces to the IC-R7000 and CT-17 level converter to provide unattended scanning/recording/frequency info/spectrum surveillance announcement.
$550 Payment by CASH OR USPS money order.
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