- IC-705 completely cordless digital ham radio
- The IC-705 has a built-in server to to send and receive audio and radio control via WLAN. This allows the IC-705 to be connected directly to the user’s computer without the need for an additional server computer. Perfect to run e.g. digital operation modes completely cordless.
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- IC-705 English Brochure
- Download the official IC-705 RF direct sampling VHF, UHF, HF, D-Star all mode 10W QRP portable transceiver. Pre-release information in a PDF file all in English.
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- IC705 GoBox: A Portable Windows-Based Solution for All-Digital Modes
- This project details the creation of a portable GoBox housing an IC705, Windows 11 PC, and Bluetooth microphone. The robust setup, enclosed in a weatherproof Hofbauer Explorer Case, ensures stability and functionality for QRP and emergency radio activities. The aluminum-mounted devices minimize RF interference, and a built-in LifePO4 battery powers the 10.1 TFT touch LED monitor, providing approximately 12 hours of use in receive mode. With a focus on grab-and-go versatility, this GoBox stands as an efficient solution for outdoor ham radio operations.
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- ICOM IC-705 and Raspberry Pi
- A portable setup of the ICOM IC-705 with portable VHF UHF and and HF Alex Loop antenna, managed with a portable Raspberry PI 3 setup.
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- Icom IC-705 Presentation at Tokyo HamFair 2019
- Early pictures and presetation of the Icom the IC-705, new all bands all modes QRP transceiver introduced at Tokio HamFair on August 31st September 1st 2019.
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