THE MOST COMPACT 144MHz MOBILE
The smallest 144MHz mobile available, the IC-27H measures
only 38 millimeters high by 140
millimeters wide. As an added bonus, the IC-27H, through
ICOM engineering, is able to contain
an internal speaker to provide ease of mounting and make the
unit one small compact complete
HIGH OUTPUT POWER
In such incredibly small package, the IC-27H is able to
provide 45 watts of output power. And
even though the IC-27H is the smallest available two-meter
mobile unit, it has sacrificed none of
the features found in fully featured VHF mobiles.
The IC-27H has nine memories available to store receive
frequency, transmit offset, offset direction,
and subaudible tone.
Memories are backed up by a lithium backup battery, which
will store memories for up to seven
32 SUBAUDIBLE TONE ENCODER
The IC-27H (U.S.A. version) comes complete with 32 standard
subaudible tone encoder ready to
go and controlled from the front panel knob. Each subaudible
tone may be selected by the main
tuning knob and stored into memory for easy access along
with the frequency.
The Memory Scan allows you to monitor nine different memory
channels, the Programmed Scan
provides scanning between two programmed frequencies, and
Full range Scan scans the entire band.
The scanning speed is switchable, and the auto-stop
terminates scanning when a signal is received
or a channel is free.
Priority may be selected to be either a memory channel or a
VFO channel. By using sampling
techniques, the operator can determine if a frequency he is
interested in using is free or busy.
As an added plus, the IC-27H features an optional speech
synthesizer to verbally announce the
receiver frequency of the transceiver through the simple
push of a button. This al lows the operator
to hear what frequency he is operating on without looking at
the frequency display.