Thanks!


k3buzz <k3bz@...>
 

I've been looking at the IC-706MkIIG as a mobile/portable/backup rig,
but now I think I'll wait and see what potential the IC-7000 might
offer for those purposes. This new reflector is a great idea...
thanks Rob and Adam!! 73, Jerry Keller K3BZ


David Cain <davidca@...>
 

Be aware that ICOM has not yet rolled out it's latest version of the 706MKIIG: it has been announced in France. We'll probably see it this summer or fall here in the states.
See Megahertz Magazine, Feb 2005 issue for details.
73, Dave, W1DEC


starmike@...
 

What is different in the latest version of the 706MkIIG?


From: "David Cain" <davidca@wpgate1.ahs.state.vt.us>
Date: 2005/02/16 Wed AM 07:38:41 EST
To: <ic7000@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: Re: [ic7000] Thanks!


Adam Farson
 

I believe that Dave was referring to the IC-7000 itself. The 7000 will
replace the 706 line; I am speculating that there will also be a low-power
version to accommodate the Japanese 10W licence. It will replace the 703
series.

Cheers for now, 73,
Adam VA7OJ/AB4OJ

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What is different in the latest version of the 706MkIIG?


From: "David Cain" <davidca@wpgate1.ahs.state.vt.us>
Date: 2005/02/16 Wed AM 07:38:41 EST
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