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Solid design basics and HF expertise raising the bar

Contesters and DXers are always looking for that competitive edge to magically pull out the weak signal that is either the rare country or multiplier they need to climb up the list. Larger antennas, higher gain pre-amps and other devices in line are great. However, what happens inside the radio with all those signals coming down your feedline can defeat all your efforts.

With the design of the IC-7851, Icom's engineers focused on a new Local Oscillator (LO) that drastically reduces the phase noise. As a result of this design, the purity of the LO achieves a Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range (RMDR) of 110dB. In addition to the incredibly clean LO allowing you to hear the weak signals, the new spectrum scope design enables you to see the weak ones! Faster processors higher input gain, higher display resolution and a cleaner signal from the receiver's LO will give you a new window into the RF world. Adding this performance and functionality for both receivers give you a dual scope portal.

Competitive advantage: reciprocal mixing dynamic range

RMDR: 110dB raising the bar

Design advances developed by the Icom HF engineers for the Local Oscillator (LO) enable the IC-7851 to set a new benchmark for amateur radio receivers. The goal was to dramatically reduce the phase noise that degrades the target signal due to the sum of the entire signal present. The result was a RMDR of 110dB*. Below is a comparison of the improvement over the IC-7800.

*At a 1kHz offset frequency
Receiving frequency: 14.2 MHz Mode: CW, IF BW: 500 Hz
Roofing Filter IC-7800 = 3 kHz, IC-7851 = 1.2 kHz 
 

RMDR comparison

RMDR (Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range) is the relative level of an undesired signal, offset “n” kHz from the RX passband, which will raise noise floor by 3 dB. The local oscillator phase noise will mix with strong unwanted signals and unavoidably generate noise which masks a wanted signal.

1.2 kHz Optimum roofing filter

Despite the trend to switch to a down conversion or a hybrid conversion receive design, Icom believes in the solid per performance of the up-conversion design. In an up-conversion receiver, suppression of image interference and reduce distortion from electric components is easily overcome. A flat consistent performance is delivered over a wider frequency range. The IC-7851 introduces a new 1.2kHz Optimum Roofing Filter, greatly improving the in-band adjacent signal performance. This newly developed filter overcomes the gap of a narrower roofing filter in an up-conversion receiver.
 

Optimum roofing filter characteristic diagram

 

Crystal clear LO (local oscillator) design

Breaking the boundaries of traditional designs, the IC-7851 employs a Direct Digital Synthesizer (DDS) along with a Phase Locked Oscillator for the LO. The C/N ratio excels beyond the IC-7800 and other similar class HF transceivers. This design significantly reduces noise components in both receive and transmit signals.

LO C/N characteristics comparisons

Receiving Frequency: 14.2 MHz Mode: CW 1st LO frequency: 78.655 MHz SPAN = 20 kHz, RBW = 30 Hz, VBW = 10 Hz

 

Improved phase noise characteristics

Phase noise is coherent in radio circuit design and the new LO design introduced in the IC-7851 makes some major breakthroughs while utilizing the 64MHz, up-conversion receiver design introduced in the IC-7800. An impressive 20dB improvement is seen with the IC-7851's 10 kHz measurement and more than 30dB improvement at a 1 kHz measurement in comparison to the IC-7800.

LO C/N characteristics comparisons

Receiving Frequency: 14.2 MHz Mode: CW 1st LO frequency: 78.655 MHz


IC-7851

IC-7800

Twice the speed, sensitivity, resolution and more control

 

Improved spectrum scope

Following the design linage of the IC-7800, the IC-7851 uses a dedicated DSP unit for the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) spectrum. The 2250 MFLOPS DSP processor enables a new dual scope function and significantly faster sweep speeds and better accuracy than in the IC-7800.

Scope DSP
TMS320C6745 by Texas Instruments
32-bit floating point
2250 MFLOPS
370 MHz clock speed

Scope comparison


*1 Number of dots shown at the 60 dB level, when receiving a signal.
*2 SPAN = More than 20 kHz, SPEED = Slow
*3 SPAN = Less than 20 kHz, SPEED = Fast
*4 SPAN = 500 kHz, SPEED = Slow 
 

Audio scope function

The audio scope simultaneously shows an oscilloscope and FFT for receive and transmit audio. Adjust your transmit audio by watching your compressor level, equalization and mic gain settings to give you the audio you want for SSB. The oscilloscope shows the CW waveform. On receive, you can see the power of your filtering by watching filtering adjustments take out interfering signals including filter width and notch filter placement. The processing power in the IC-7851 allows for dual mini band scopes as well as the audio scope.


Mini spectrum scope and audio scope

Mini dual spectrum scope and audio scope

Specifications for the audio scope

  • Attenuator: 0 dB, –10 dB, –20 dB and –30 dB
  • FFT scope with waterfall and FFT scope without waterfall
  • Waveform color and drawing (outline or fill) settings for the FFT scope

Specifications for the oscilloscope

  • Level: 0dB, –10 dB, –20 dB and –30 dB
  • Sample rate: 1ms/Div, 3ms/Div, 10ms/Div, 30ms/Div 100ms/Div and 300ms/Div, 5 Div width
  • Waveform color setting

Dual scope function

While you can watch both receivers on the scope of the IC-7800, within the limits of the scope bandwidth, the IC-7851 introduces the new dual scope – the ability of watching both receivers in separate spectrum scopes. The dual scope function is vital for watching for multipliers or band openings in contests, or working all bands/modes on a DXpedition.


Dual scope example (Vertically aligned)

Dual scope example (Horizontally aligned)

High resolution waterfall display

The waterfall display captures signal strengths over time. This allows you to see signals that may not be apparent on a normal scope. Additionally, the combination of the scope attenuator and the wide screen mode gives you a better view of weaker signals as band conditions change. For the ultimate scope enhancement, the IC-7851 has a digital video interface (DVI-I) for a larger display.

Spectrum scope with waterfall 
(wide screen setting)

Click control

By connecting a human interface device (such as a USB mouse, trackball or touchpad) to the USB port on the rear panel, you gain control over the spectrum display pointer for “Click-and-Listen” receiver control. Fix/Center mode, sweep speed and other settings are controllable.

For example
  • Left click to change operating frequency
  • Click a button (either left or right) and move right or left side on the screen to increase or decrease the operating frequency (similar to rotating the main dial)
  • Right click to temporarily change the receive frequency. Release the mouse button to return.

General

Frequency coverage*1
U.S.A. Version
RX
TX
 
 
 
 
0.030– 60.000 MHz*2
1.800– 1.999 MHz
3.500 – 3.999 MHz
5.255 – 5.405 MHz*2
7.000 – 7.300 MHz
10.100–10.150 MHz
14.000– 14.350 MHz
18.068–18.168 MHz
21.000– 21.450 MHz
24.890–24.990 MHz
28.000– 29.700 MHz
50.000–54.000 MHz
 
*1 Frequency ranges vary depending on version.
*2 Some frequency ranges are not guaranteed.
Mode USB, LSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31/63, AM, FM
Number of channels 101 (99 regular, 2 scan edges)
Antenna connector SO-239×4 and BNC×2 (50Ω unbalanced (Tuner off))
Power supply requirement: 85–265V AC
Temperature range 0°C to +50°C; +32°F to +122°F
Frequency stability

Less than ±0.05ppm

(0°C to +50°C @ 54MHz, after warm up)

Frequency resolution 1Hz (minimum)
Power supply requirement 85–265V AC
Power supply requirement Tx Max. power: 800VA
Rx Stand-by: 200VA (typ.)
Max. audio: 210VA (typ.)
Dimensions 425×149×435 mm; 16.73×5.87×17.13 in
Weight 23.5 kg; 51.8 lb

Transmitter

Output power
SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31, FM
AM
Transverter Connector, CW
(continuously adjustable)
5–200W
5–50W
More than –20dBm
Modulation system
SSB
AM
FM
 
Digital P.S.N. modulation
Digital low power modulation
Digital phase modulation
Spurious emission More than 60dB (HF bands)
More than 70dB (50 MHz band)
Carrier suppression More than 63dB
Unwanted sidebandr suppression More than 70dB
δTX variable range ±9.999 kHz
Microphone impedance 600Ω (8-pin connector)

Receiver

Receive system Double conversion super-heterodyne system
Intermediate frequencies
Main receiver:
 
Sub receiver:
 
64.455MHz/36kHz (1st/2nd)

64.555MHz/36kHz (1st/2nd)
Sensitivity (typical)
SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31, FM
0.1–1.799 MHz
1.8–29.999 MHz
50.0–54.0 MHz
AM
0.1–1.799 MHz
1.8–29.999 MHz
50.0–54.0 MHz
FM
28–29.999 MHz
50.0–54.0 MHz
 
(BW: 2.4 kHz at 10dB S/N)
0.5μV
0.16μV
0.13μV
(BW: 6 kHz at 10dB S/N)
6.3μV
2μV
1μV
(BW: 15 kHz at 12dB SINAD)
0.5μV
0.32μV
Squelch sensitivity (Pre-amp: OFF)
SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK
FM
 
Less than 5.6μV
Less than 1μV
Selectivity (representative value)
SSB (BW: 2.4 kHz, sharp)
 
CW, RTTY, PSK (BW: 500 Hz, sharp)
 
AM (BW=6KHz)
 
FM (BW: 15 kHz)
 
 
More than 2.4 kHz/–3dB
Less than 3.6 kHz/–60dB
More than 500 Hz/–3dB
Less than 700 Hz/–60dB
More than 6.0 kHz/–3dB
Less than 15.0 kHz/–60dB
More than 12.0 kHz/–6dB
Less than 20.0 kHz/–60dB
Spurious and image rejection ratio More than 70dB
Audio output power More than 2.6W at 10% distortion with an 8Ω load
RIT variable range ±9.999kHz

Antenna Tuner

Matching impedance range HF bands: 16.7Ω to 150Ω unbalanced (VSWR better than 3:1)
50MHz: 20Ω to 125Ω unbalanced (VSWR better than 2.5:1)
Minimum operating power HF bands: 8W
50MHz band: 15W
Tuning accuracy VSWR 1.5:1 or less
Insertion loss Less than 1.0 dB (after tuning)

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

The LCD display may have cosmetic imperfections that appear as small or dark spots. This is not a malfunction or defect, but a normal characteristic of LCD displays.

Supplied Accessories

  • Rack mount handles
  • SD card
  • AC power cable
  • Spare fuses
  • Plugs

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IC-7851 https://radiokomunikasi.com/1048-large/ic-7851.jpg <h4>Solid design basics and HF expertise raising the bar</h4> <p>Contesters and DXers are always looking for that competitive edge to magically pull out the weak signal that is either the rare country or multiplier they need to climb up the list. Larger antennas, higher gain pre-amps and other devices in line are great. However, what happens inside the radio with all those signals coming down your feedline can defeat all your efforts.</p> <p>With the design of the IC-7851, Icom's engineers focused on a new Local Oscillator (LO) that drastically reduces the phase noise. As a result of this design, the purity of the LO achieves a Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range (RMDR) of 110dB. In addition to the incredibly clean LO allowing you to hear the weak signals, the new spectrum scope design enables you to see the weak ones! Faster processors higher input gain, higher display resolution and a cleaner signal from the receiver's LO will give you a new window into the RF world. Adding this performance and functionality for both receivers give you a dual scope portal.</p> <h4>Competitive advantage: reciprocal mixing dynamic range</h4> <div class="WarrButton"><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/7851_inset.png" alt="" width="600" height="301" /></div> <h4></h4> <h4>RMDR: 110dB raising the bar</h4> <p>Design advances developed by the Icom HF engineers for the Local Oscillator (LO) enable the IC-7851 to set a new benchmark for amateur radio receivers. The goal was to dramatically reduce the phase noise that degrades the target signal due to the sum of the entire signal present. The result was a RMDR of 110dB<span class="DisclaimerFlag">*</span>. Below is a comparison of the improvement over the IC-7800.<br /><br /><span class="Disclaimer">*At a 1kHz offset frequency<br />Receiving frequency: 14.2 MHz Mode: CW, IF BW: 500 Hz<br />Roofing Filter IC-7800 = 3 kHz, IC-7851 = 1.2 kHz </span> </p> <h4>RMDR comparison</h4> <p><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/rmdr-comparison.png" alt="" width="327" height="75" /></p> <p>RMDR (Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range) is the relative level of an undesired signal, offset “n” kHz from the RX passband, which will raise noise floor by 3 dB. The local oscillator phase noise will mix with strong unwanted signals and unavoidably generate noise which masks a wanted signal.</p> <h4>1.2 kHz Optimum roofing filter</h4> <div>Despite the trend to switch to a down conversion or a hybrid conversion receive design, Icom believes in the solid per performance of the up-conversion design. In an up-conversion receiver, suppression of image interference and reduce distortion from electric components is easily overcome. A flat consistent performance is delivered over a wider frequency range. The IC-7851 introduces a new 1.2kHz Optimum Roofing Filter, greatly improving the in-band adjacent signal performance. This newly developed filter overcomes the gap of a narrower roofing filter in an up-conversion receiver.</div> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/optimum-roofing-filter.png" alt="" width="250" height="217" /></div> <div> </div> <h4>Optimum roofing filter characteristic diagram</h4> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/optimim-roofing-filter-diagram1.png" alt="" width="270" height="216" /></div> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/optimum-roofing-filter-diagram2.png" alt="" width="270" height="216" /></div> <div> </div> <h4>Crystal clear LO (local oscillator) design</h4> <p>Breaking the boundaries of traditional designs, the IC-7851 employs a Direct Digital Synthesizer (DDS) along with a Phase Locked Oscillator for the LO. The C/N ratio excels beyond the IC-7800 and other similar class HF transceivers. This design significantly reduces noise components in both receive and transmit signals.</p> <h4>LO C/N characteristics comparisons</h4> <p><span class="Smalltext">Receiving Frequency: 14.2 MHz Mode: CW 1st LO frequency: 78.655 MHz SPAN = 20 kHz, RBW = 30 Hz, VBW = 10 Hz</span></p> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/optimim-roofing-filter-diagram1.png" alt="" width="270" height="216" /></div> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/optimum-roofing-filter-diagram2.png" alt="" width="270" height="216" /></div> <div> </div> <h4>Improved phase noise characteristics</h4> <p>Phase noise is coherent in radio circuit design and the new LO design introduced in the IC-7851 makes some major breakthroughs while utilizing the 64MHz, up-conversion receiver design introduced in the IC-7800. An impressive 20dB improvement is seen with the IC-7851's 10 kHz measurement and more than 30dB improvement at a 1 kHz measurement in comparison to the IC-7800.</p> <h4>LO C/N characteristics comparisons</h4> <p><span class="Smalltext">Receiving Frequency: 14.2 MHz Mode: CW 1st LO frequency: 78.655 MHz</span></p> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/phase-noise-comp1.png" alt="" width="270" height="180" /><br /><span class="Smalltext">IC-7851</span></div> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature1/phase-noise-comp2.png" alt="" width="270" height="180" /><br /><span class="Smalltext">IC-7800</span></div> <div></div> <div> <h4>Twice the speed, sensitivity, resolution and more control</h4> <p> </p> <h4>Improved spectrum scope</h4> <p>Following the design linage of the IC-7800, the IC-7851 uses a dedicated DSP unit for the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) spectrum. The 2250 MFLOPS DSP processor enables a new dual scope function and significantly faster sweep speeds and better accuracy than in the IC-7800.</p> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/scope-dsp.png" alt="" height="194" /></div> <div>Scope DSP<br />TMS320C6745 by Texas Instruments<br />32-bit floating point<br />2250 MFLOPS<br />370 MHz clock speed</div> <h4>Scope comparison</h4> <p><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/scope-comparison-table.png" alt="" width="433" height="106" /><br /><span class="Disclaimer">*1 Number of dots shown at the 60 dB level, when receiving a signal.<br />*2 SPAN = More than 20 kHz, SPEED = Slow<br />*3 SPAN = Less than 20 kHz, SPEED = Fast<br />*4 SPAN = 500 kHz, SPEED = Slow </span> </p> <h4>Audio scope function</h4> <p>The audio scope simultaneously shows an oscilloscope and FFT for receive and transmit audio. Adjust your transmit audio by watching your compressor level, equalization and mic gain settings to give you the audio you want for SSB. The oscilloscope shows the CW waveform. On receive, you can see the power of your filtering by watching filtering adjustments take out interfering signals including filter width and notch filter placement. The processing power in the IC-7851 allows for dual mini band scopes as well as the audio scope.</p> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/mini-spectrum-1.png" alt="" width="266" height="156" /><br />Mini spectrum scope and audio scope</div> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/mini-spectrum-2.png" alt="" width="266" height="156" /><br />Mini dual spectrum scope and audio scope</div> <h4>Specifications for the audio scope</h4> <ul><li>Attenuator: 0 dB, –10 dB, –20 dB and –30 dB</li> <li>FFT scope with waterfall and FFT scope without waterfall</li> <li>Waveform color and drawing (outline or fill) settings for the FFT scope</li> </ul><h4>Specifications for the oscilloscope</h4> <ul><li>Level: 0dB, –10 dB, –20 dB and –30 dB</li> <li>Sample rate: 1ms/Div, 3ms/Div, 10ms/Div, 30ms/Div 100ms/Div and 300ms/Div, 5 Div width</li> <li>Waveform color setting</li> </ul><h4>Dual scope function</h4> <p>While you can watch both receivers on the scope of the IC-7800, within the limits of the scope bandwidth, the IC-7851 introduces the new dual scope – the ability of watching both receivers in separate spectrum scopes. The dual scope function is vital for watching for multipliers or band openings in contests, or working all bands/modes on a DXpedition.</p> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/dual-scope-1.png" alt="" width="266" height="156" /><br />Dual scope example (Vertically aligned)</div> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/dual-scope-2.png" alt="" width="266" height="156" /><br />Dual scope example (Horizontally aligned)</div> <h4>High resolution waterfall display</h4> <div>The waterfall display captures signal strengths over time. This allows you to see signals that may not be apparent on a normal scope. Additionally, the combination of the scope attenuator and the wide screen mode gives you a better view of weaker signals as band conditions change. For the ultimate scope enhancement, the IC-7851 has a digital video interface (DVI-I) for a larger display.</div> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/spectrum-scope-waterfall.png" alt="" width="266" height="156" /><br />Spectrum scope with waterfall <br />(wide screen setting)</div> <h4>Click control</h4> <p>By connecting a human interface device (such as a USB mouse, trackball or touchpad) to the USB port on the rear panel, you gain control over the spectrum display pointer for “Click-and-Listen” receiver control. Fix/Center mode, sweep speed and other settings are controllable.</p> <div><img src="http://www.icomamerica.com/en/products/amateur/hf/7851/images/feature2/spectrum-display-pointer.png" alt="" width="266" height="158" /></div> <div><strong>For example</strong> <ul><li>Left click to change operating frequency</li> <li>Click a button (either left or right) and move right or left side on the screen to increase or decrease the operating frequency (similar to rotating the main dial)</li> <li>Right click to temporarily change the receive frequency. Release the mouse button to return.</li> </ul><table class="Specs"><tbody><tr><th colspan="2"> <h4>General</h4> </th></tr><tr><td>Frequency coverage<span class="DisclaimerFlag">*1</span><br />U.S.A. Version<br /><span class="Indent1">RX</span><br /><span class="Indent1">TX</span><br /> <br /> </td> <td> <br /> <br />0.030– 60.000 MHz<span class="DisclaimerFlag">*2</span><br />1.800– 1.999 MHz<br />3.500 – 3.999 MHz<br />5.255 – 5.405 MHz<span class="DisclaimerFlag">*2</span><br />7.000 – 7.300 MHz<br />10.100–10.150 MHz<br />14.000– 14.350 MHz<br />18.068–18.168 MHz<br />21.000– 21.450 MHz<br />24.890–24.990 MHz<br />28.000– 29.700 MHz<br />50.000–54.000 MHz<br /> <br /><span class="Disclaimer">*1 Frequency ranges vary depending on version.</span><br /><span class="Disclaimer">*2 Some frequency ranges are not guaranteed.</span></td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Mode</td> <td valign="top">USB, LSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31/63, AM, FM</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Number of channels</td> <td valign="top">101 (99 regular, 2 scan edges)</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Antenna connector</td> <td valign="top">SO-239×4 and BNC×2 (50Ω unbalanced (Tuner off))</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Power supply requirement:</td> <td valign="top">85–265V AC</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Temperature range</td> <td valign="top">0°C to +50°C; +32°F to +122°F</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Frequency stability</td> <td valign="top"> <p>Less than ±0.05ppm</p> <p>(0°C to +50°C @ 54MHz, after warm up)</p> </td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Frequency resolution</td> <td valign="top">1Hz (minimum)</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Power supply requirement</td> <td valign="top">85–265V AC</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Power supply requirement</td> <td valign="top">Tx Max. power: 800VA<br />Rx Stand-by: 200VA (typ.)<br />Max. audio: 210VA (typ.)</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Dimensions</td> <td valign="top">425×149×435 mm; 16.73×5.87×17.13 in</td> </tr><tr><td valign="top">Weight</td> <td valign="top">23.5 kg; 51.8 lb</td> </tr></tbody></table><table class="Specs"><colgroup><col class="Specification" /><col class="Measurement" /></colgroup><tbody><tr><th colspan="2"> <h4>Transmitter</h4> </th></tr><tr><td>Output power<br /><span class="Indent1">SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31, FM</span><br /><span class="Indent1">AM</span><br /><span class="Indent1">Transverter Connector, CW</span></td> <td>(continuously adjustable)<br />5–200W<br />5–50W<br />More than –20dBm</td> </tr><tr><td>Modulation system<br /><span class="Indent1">SSB</span><br /><span class="Indent1">AM</span><br /><span class="Indent1">FM</span></td> <td> <br />Digital P.S.N. modulation<br />Digital low power modulation<br />Digital phase modulation</td> </tr><tr><td>Spurious emission</td> <td>More than 60dB (HF bands)<br />More than 70dB (50 MHz band)</td> </tr><tr><td>Carrier suppression</td> <td>More than 63dB</td> </tr><tr><td>Unwanted sidebandr suppression</td> <td>More than 70dB</td> </tr><tr><td>δTX variable range</td> <td>±9.999 kHz</td> </tr><tr><td>Microphone impedance</td> <td>600Ω (8-pin connector)</td> </tr></tbody></table><table class="Specs"><colgroup><col class="Specification" /><col class="Measurement" /></colgroup><tbody><tr><th colspan="2"> <h4>Receiver</h4> </th></tr><tr><td>Receive system</td> <td>Double conversion super-heterodyne system</td> </tr><tr><td>Intermediate frequencies<br /><span class="Indent1">Main receiver:</span><br /> <br /><span class="Indent1">Sub receiver:</span></td> <td> <br />64.455MHz/36kHz (1st/2nd)<br /><br />64.555MHz/36kHz (1st/2nd)</td> </tr><tr><td>Sensitivity (typical)<br /><span class="Indent1">SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK31, FM</span><br /><span class="Indent2">0.1–1.799 MHz</span><br /><span class="Indent2">1.8–29.999 MHz</span><br /><span class="Indent2">50.0–54.0 MHz</span><br /><span class="Indent1">AM</span><br /><span class="Indent2">0.1–1.799 MHz</span><br /><span class="Indent2">1.8–29.999 MHz</span><br /><span class="Indent2">50.0–54.0 MHz</span><br /><span class="Indent1">FM</span><br /><span class="Indent2">28–29.999 MHz</span><br /><span class="Indent2">50.0–54.0 MHz</span></td> <td> <br />(BW: 2.4 kHz at 10dB S/N)<br />0.5μV<br />0.16μV<br />0.13μV<br />(BW: 6 kHz at 10dB S/N)<br />6.3μV<br />2μV<br />1μV<br />(BW: 15 kHz at 12dB SINAD)<br />0.5μV<br />0.32μV</td> </tr><tr><td>Squelch sensitivity (Pre-amp: OFF)<br /><span class="Indent1">SSB, CW, RTTY, PSK</span><br /><span class="Indent1">FM</span></td> <td> <br />Less than 5.6μV<br />Less than 1μV</td> </tr><tr><td>Selectivity (representative value)<br />SSB (BW: 2.4 kHz, sharp)<br /> <br />CW, RTTY, PSK (BW: 500 Hz, sharp)<br /> <br />AM (BW=6KHz)<br /> <br />FM (BW: 15 kHz)<br /> </td> <td> <br />More than 2.4 kHz/–3dB<br />Less than 3.6 kHz/–60dB<br />More than 500 Hz/–3dB<br />Less than 700 Hz/–60dB<br />More than 6.0 kHz/–3dB<br />Less than 15.0 kHz/–60dB<br />More than 12.0 kHz/–6dB<br />Less than 20.0 kHz/–60dB</td> </tr><tr><td>Spurious and image rejection ratio</td> <td>More than 70dB</td> </tr><tr><td>Audio output power</td> <td>More than 2.6W at 10% distortion with an 8Ω load</td> </tr><tr><td>RIT variable range</td> <td>±9.999kHz</td> </tr></tbody></table><table class="Specs"><colgroup><col class="Specification" /><col class="Measurement" /></colgroup><tbody><tr><th colspan="2"> <h4>Antenna Tuner</h4> </th></tr><tr><td class="auto-style1"><span class="auto-style2">Matching impedance range</span></td> <td>HF bands: 16.7Ω to 150Ω unbalanced (VSWR better than 3:1)<br />50MHz: 20Ω to 125Ω unbalanced (VSWR better than 2.5:1)</td> </tr><tr><td class="auto-style1"><span class="auto-style2">Minimum operating power</span></td> <td>HF bands: 8W<br />50MHz band: 15W</td> </tr><tr><td>Tuning accuracy</td> <td>VSWR 1.5:1 or less</td> </tr><tr><td>Insertion loss</td> <td>Less than 1.0 dB (after tuning)</td> </tr></tbody></table><p><strong>All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.</strong></p> <p>The LCD display may have cosmetic imperfections that appear as small or dark spots. This is not a malfunction or defect, but a normal characteristic of LCD displays.</p> <h4>Supplied Accessories</h4> <ul><li>Rack mount handles</li> <li>SD card</li> <li>AC power cable</li> <li>Spare fuses</li> <li>Plugs</li> </ul></div> </div> discontinued 0 IDR out_of_stock