Icom IC A16E

Icom IC A16E
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The radio stations Icom IC-A16E of the aviation range are distinguished by exceptional reliability in the most difficult operating conditions: low atmospheric pressure, high or low temperature (from -10 ° C to +60 ° C); they are not afraid of shock, vibration and flooding. They are easy to use, but they use a wide range of special functions. The compact and durable body of the radio has an IP67 protection class, fits comfortably in the hand, if necessary, it is possible to conveniently fasten it to the belt.


  • 8.33 / 25 kHz Radio Ground-Air with class-leading powerful 1500 mW sound
  • 8.33 kHz and 25 kHz channel spacing
  • 1500mW of loud sound ensures clear communication
  • RF output power 6W (PEP) / 1.8W (carrier)
  • Built-in Bluetooth® for hands-free operation *
  • High capacity rechargeable battery. Provides 17 hours of battery life.
  • Compact, waterproof rugged case (IP67 / 54 and MIL-STD-810-G)
  • LCD display and backlit keys for night operation
  • Compatible with third party aviation headsets (requires optional OPC-2401 headset adapter).
  • Automatic squelch (ANL) for noise reduction
  • Side tone function
  • Possibility of internal VOX
  • 200 memory channels with names up to 8 characters
  • BNC type antenna connector


      Frequency range      TX/RX : 118.000–136.992 MHz
      Number of memory channels      200 channels
     Channel spacing      8.33 kHz*/25 kHz (* May differ depending on the country.)
     Type of emission      6K80A3E, 5K00A3E
     Power supply requirement      7.2 V DC
     Antenna impedance      50 Ω (BNC type antenna connector)
     Operating temperature range      –20°C to +55°C
     Dimensions (W×H×D)
   (Projections not included)
     52.2 × 111.8 × 34.1 mm (with BP-280)
     Weight (approximate)      257 g (with BP-280)

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