Icom IC-402 Transceiver
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IC-402
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430MHz SSB CW Transceiver

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Congratulations on the purchase of the IC-402 portable 70cm SSB Transceiver. The IC-402 was designed to be operable anywhere like most portables, but we also included features found in most base sets like a very effective noise blanker, RIT, S & RF meter, CW monitor, and a full 3 watts output on either USB or LSB. Two built-in crystals and the stable VXO allow operation between 432.00 and 432.40MHz. If you wish to expand the range of the IC-402 we have also provided 2 spare crystal sockets for your convenience. With a slight retuning of the IC-402 and installation of a crystal, you may also work through OSCAR in USB for up-link (for mode B of AMSAT OSCAR 7) and in LSB for down-link (for mode J of AMSAT OSCAR 8). The aluminum die cast frame provides a very strong yet light housing for the 2 circuit boards, and the aluminum sides snap off easily if service is ever necessary or to change batteries. The IC-402 operates on 9 inexpensive C cell batteries, or an external 13.8V DC source. The IC-402 will also operate on nicad batteries, contained in the BC-20/BC-15 nicad battery/ charger kit. For AC operation, we recommend the IC-3PS which not only provides power for the IC-402 but also doubles as a stand and holder for the IC-30L 10 watt linear Amplifier. You can use the built-in whip Antenna for portable use, or an external Antenna connects to the Antenna connector with adapter instead of the whip Antenna of the IC-402,

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Service and User Manual
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Service and User Manual
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28
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6.88 Mbytes (7209697 Bytes)
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english
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Scanned document, all readable.
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23 February 2020
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I. Introduction ... 1 II. Specifications ... 2 III. Accessories ... 3 IV. Pre-Operation ... 4 V. Description of Controls and Connections ... 9 VI. Operation ... 12 VII. Theory ... 15 VIII. Inside View ... 19 IX. Voltage Chart ... 20 X. Block Diagram ... 21 XI. Board Layout ... 22 XII. Options ... 24

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