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VHF/UHF Mobile Transceivers

The IC-F5022/F6022 professional mobile transceiver series is the successor to Icom's successful IC-F110/F210 series. The IC-F5022/F6022, retains the features of its predecessor, while providing additional features found on higher end models. New signalling and scanning features give the user more flexibility by being compatible with existing radios. High-end features and ease of operation make these new radios suitable for a variety of markets including transport, agriculture & security, etc.

ICOM F5022 (VHF) Mobile Analogue Radio


    128 memory channels
    Up to 128 memory channels can be divided into 8 banks allowing you to quickly choose your intended channel. Memory channel selection can be made easily with the up/down buttons.

    Alphanumeric LCD
    The large, easy to read LCD has a 14 segment, 8 digit selection for alphanumeric channel name and bank name indication with status icon that allow easy recognition of radio status. The “z” icon on the upper right of the display shows the scanning is activated.

    Multiple signaling modes built-in
    The IC-F5022/F6022 series has built-in 5-Tone, CTCSS and DTCS signaling capabilities for group communication. The IC-F5022/F6022 series can decode up to eight 5-tone codes on a channel. When a matched tone is received, many actions are programmable for each code such as answer back calls, beep sounds, bell icon, radio stun, kill and revive, scan etc.

    Enhanced Scan features

    New scanning features have been included allowing easier migration from other manufacturers radios.

    Scan list and scan type
    The IC-F5022/F6022 series has 10 scanning list memories. Normal, priority or double priority scan type are programmable per scan each.

    Tx channel setting
    The Tx channel the radio is on, when the user pushes the PTT button while scanning, can be programmable per scanning list. Start channel, last detected channel, priority and preprogrammed channel are all selectable. In addition, display setting while scanning is also programmable.
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