The ID-31E UHF digital D-STAR handportable provides a great jumping on point into the fabulous world of D-STAR Digital Amateur Radio. This radio will allow you to communicate digitally with other enthusiasts across the worldwide network of connected repeaters and internet gateway. Or if you prefer, you can just use it as a regular conventional analogue radio.
Martin Lynch & Sons will be hosting an IC-7610 demo day on Saturday 24th March 2018 at their showroom in Staines. John Turner from Icom UK will be attending offering technical support and demonstrations. The event will start at 10:00am and run until 2:00pm.
Icom is pleased to launch a new advanced 8.33 kHz handportable radio to its airband range. The IC-A25NE is the latest development in airband radio technology featuring a stylish modern design, easy-to-use interface and large 2.3-inch LCD combine to provide stress-free programming and easy in-flight operation.
We have two online competitions giving you the chance to win either an IC-M25 Buoyant Marine VHF radio or one of five Icom branded Journals.
We have a case study section dedicated to highlighting applications of our radios on land, air and sea.
We have a YouTube channel featuring a selection of videos from across our product range. The channel features product overview, new radio features and useful ‘how to...’ guides from across our product range. Our YouTube channel also includes videos from our sister distributors that our consumers will find useful.
The Icom UK D-STAR repeater, GB7IC, nears the magical figure of 2000 D-STAR callsign registrations. GB7IC's first registration was way back in April 2008, and ten years later nearly 2000 people have registered via our repeater to the gateway. To have this many registrations from one D-STAR repeater is an incredible feat and congratulations to the Icom UK team for registering all those users.
Icom Inc. has released firmware updates for the IC-7610, IC-7300 and IC-R8600 radio models.
Icom Inc. have published a technical report on the IC-7610 HF/50MHz SDR Transceiver. In this report you will find detailed information about its features and specifications.
We have a range of ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ on our website that has been compiled to provide answers to various Icom radio related questions. These have been divided into:
Are you looking for a spare part for your Icom radio? If you are, we have recently added a dedicated support section on this website called Icom Spares.
Icom UK are supporting Charlie Francis, the Project Co-ordinator for OceanPositive Paddle in their efforts to clean up remote beaches around Cornwall. She will be paddling out of Cornwall to remote, inaccessible beaches and small coves whilst documenting her journey with photos, blogging and filming. Icom have supplied her with an IC-M25 to keep her safe and in contact with support throughout.
Icom Inc. have been designing and manufacturing a broad range of reliable and innovative two way radio solutions for over 50 years. As Icom UK, we have been serving customers for almost the same time and have developed an extensive knowledge base in all the sectors we operate in, whether in maritime, the business radio sector, aviation or amateur radio.
Icom UK are proud to support the SUNUS Ocean Racing team in their efforts to break the current speed record for the fastest circumnavigation of the British Isles. This will be a journey of over 2000 miles with the team planning to only stop for refuelling, working day and night with no sleep or rest for up to 73 hours, operating at speeds of over 45 knots. To aide them in their efforts, where safety will be essential, Icom have supplied SUNUS Ocean Racing with IC-M35 VHF marine transceiver handhelds.
We have recently updated our range of market specific Icom radio catalogues on our website for you to download. Each catalogue provides details of our two way business radio, marine, radio Amateur and other product ranges. The catalogues are also available in print upon request.
Salt water corrosion is a major problem for any equipment being used at sea. No matter how waterproof the equipment is, without correct maintenance, corrosion will eventually cause loss of performance and further issues.