[Linux-ham] For Sale: ICOM IC-Q7A FM Transceiver and Wideband Scanner

Christopher Blackmon ckblackm at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 11 23:44:55 EDT 2008

If no one bought this... I'm interested in it.  I couldn't come to the meeting tonight because of a soccer game  :-)

Christopher, N4VGK.

----- Original Message ----
From: Rob Rousseau <ki4bke at nc.rr.com>
To: Amateur Radio meets Linux <linux-ham at trilug.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2008 2:49:30 PM
Subject: [Linux-ham] For Sale: ICOM IC-Q7A FM Transceiver and Wideband Scanner

Selling this for a friend of mine who is undergoing cancer treatments.  
Going to ask $90 for it.  I saw one on Ebay that sold for $94.50 and 
another one for $125.   I am also including the manuals, belt-clip, 2 
Ni-Cad AA batteries, along with the Icom BC-127A charger.  Comes with 
the SMA antenna.  I'll bring it with me to the Trilug meeting tonight.
-Rob, KI4BKE


*The very compact *ICOM IC-Q7A* covers both the 2 Meter and 440 MHz 
amateur bands. It also provides exceptional triple conversion receive 
coverage from 30 to 1300 MHz (less cellular) in AM, FM-N and FM-W. *

*Ten different tuning steps from 5 kHz to 100 kHz are supported along 
with six types of scanning. Advanced features include: 200 memories, 
CTCSS encode/decode, backlit LCD, RIT, Power Save and Lock. Output is 
350 mW on 2 Meters and 300 mW on 440 MHz.*

*The amazing Q7A is only 2.3 x 3.75 x 1.2 inches and weighs just 6 ounces.*


    * Power Save Function
    * Auto Repeater
    * Backlit LCD
    * Drip Resistant
    * 200 Memories
    * Ten Tuning Steps
    * Six Scanning Modes
    * Encode & Decode
    * 350/300 mW Output

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