Just like the Icom IC-7410, but now with VHF, UHF and an option for 1200 mhz, and optional D-Star. This one seems to have it all.
More information at www.icomamerica.com
The ICOM IC-7410 is the succesor of the IC-7400 or IC-746Pro, it comes with a built-in USB port for attachement to your PC. There is also some new software that will let you remote-control this rig through the internet.
FCC ID ‘AFJ318200′
Addition Source:Icom Japan and Icom America
The TC-70A/E dualband portable from Icom.
You can read the brochure here with lots of information.
More pictures here, manual here.
The Icom IC-R6 receiver has a range of 100Khz – 1.3Ghz. (With some gaps.)
No batterypack on this one, just good old-fashioned batteries. At least they are NiMH rechargeable batteries.
More pictures here, and the manual here.
Recently visited by the FCC the Icom ID-880H digital D-Star dualbander.
More pictures here and here.
Manual here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.
Sales information from Universal Radio here.
FCC ID: ‘AFJ316700‘
Recently approved by the FCC the Icom IC-80AD D-Star radio. Very similar to the IC-92AD, but a little smaller, slightly different appearance and GPS capabilities. Main difference is that it’s not a true dual-bander.
User manual’s can be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part3.
FCC ID: ‘AFJ315500′