Icom ID-880H 144/440 MHz Dual-Band Amateur Radio D-Star Mobile Transceiver
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- Switchable VHF/UHF dual band - 50W* output power both VHF/UHF band
- Built-in noise filter (AM/FM) mode -Data and 9600/1200bps packet jacks on the rear panel
- Auto repeaters function* automatically turns on/off duplex operation and tone encoder
- Weather channel receive with weather alert - 16 DTMF memory channels (24 digits)
- Drip-resistant construction, equivalent to IPX4
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The ID-880H provides VHF/UHF dual band capabilities (one band at a time) via a simple band switching system. Wideband receiver The ID-880H has a wideband receiver as a standard feature and covers 0.495-999.99MHz*. Listen to aviation, marine, weather channels and other utility communications. *Receiver range depending on versions. See specification page. CS-80/880 free download cloning software The CS/880 free download cloning software is available from the Icom Inc (Japan) web site. Used with this software, various settings can be made from a PC and the memory channels and other settings can be shared between IC-80AD and its matching mobile unit, the ID-880H. Please download from http://www.icom.co.jp/world/support/download/firm/. *IC-OPC1529R optional cable is required. 1052 memory channels The ID-880H has a total of 1052 memory channels (including 1000 regular channels, 50 scan edges and 2 call channels) with 26 memory banks. All memory channels and the program scan can be named with 8-character channel comments. Also each memory bank can be named with a up-to 6-character bank name comment.
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There are plenty of web posts and comments about this problem. I have 3 other Icoms that are fine, all of them much older than the 880H. I am bummed, I really loved this radio but since this is a common problem, I figured I would warn whoever would listen. I also see the price has increased since I bought mine. No sense in paying this much for THIS radio.