ICOM 9100—New HF/VHF/UHF Radio

Icom has added the ICOM 9100 to its lineup. Physically, it looks very much like the new ICOM 7410, but has added capabilities at VHF and UHF (and with an optional extra, 1.2 GHz). The radio is clearly intended for serious satellite work. It has two receivers, but that doesn’t mean two receivers on HF at the same time. HRO lists it for $3,799.95 and it is expected to appear by early April. I’ve modified my ICOM model lineup to include the 9100.

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2 Responses to ICOM 9100—New HF/VHF/UHF Radio

  1. David Casler says:

    Roger, check with DX Engineering. They can supply the necessary hardware to do what you want.

  2. Roger Coon says:

    I am wanting to mount a VHF/UHF Ham antenna (probably a Slime-Jim) on the ‘Side’ of a Rohn Tower about half way up. Can this be done? How far away from the tower should it be and how will this affect the radiation pattern? The very top is too crowded with other antennas and equipment.

    Love your Youtube Videos

    Roger AE5FP

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