My Icom IC-92AD DSTAR equipped Hand-Held along with the HM-175 GPS Speaker/Mic, Rapid Charger (BC-177) and an extra battery (BP-256). This is a complete setup for those of you who want to get into portable DSTAR (and analog) operation. Nothing left to buy.
I have 2 IC-92ADs and this was my backup. Found that this unit was sitting in the charger stand 99% of the time – so it’s time to find a new home for it. I have lots of DSTAR equipment, including 3x 2820′s and 2x 92AD’s along with 5 DSTAR repeaters, so it’s fair to say that I’m a DSTAR “fan” – but I only have 2 hands and I never let others use my equipment. This 2nd 92AD was bought as a backup, but I’ve converted mostly to Motorola for analog and P25, leaving my DSTAR primarily for fixed-location use (and mobile in my EMCOMM-1 vehicle).
The radio is in like-new condition – no known issues or blemishes (other than a bit of dust due to non-use). The HM-175 speaker/mic has its clip damaged – the clip came apart when I was squeezing it (the speaker/mic and GPS work fine) – that clip will need to be replaced – I’ve removed the clip in the pictures so that you can see that it’s easily replaced (probably a $10 part). Charger works great and the spare battery (and primary battery) hold full charge. Again – no known issues other than the clip on the speaker mic.
Pictures tell the story – message me if you have more questions
The whole package is $500 cash or PayPal
5W, 2m/70cm (144-148/420-450MHz) FM/DV Modes, D-STAR Ready SUBMERSIBLE
|Frequency coverage and Mode: (Unit: MHz)
*1 Guaranteed range, 144–148, 440–450 MHz.
*2 Guaranteed range, 144–148, 430–440 MHz.
*3 Cellular blocked.
*4 Receive only.
|Memory channels||1304 channels(including 100 program scan edges and 4 call channels)|
|Useable temp. range||–20°C to +60°C;–4°F to +140°F|
|Frequency stability||±2.5ppm (–20°C to +60°C)|
|Tuning steps (kHz)||5*, 6.25*, 8.33*, 9*, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 100, 125, 200
* Not available on all bands or modes.
|Power supplyExternal DC power||7.4V DC (with BP-217)10–16V DC|
|Digital Tx speed||4.8kbps|
|Voice coding speed||2.4kbps|
|Current drain (at 7.4V DC)
Power save(Duty= 1:4)/ Rated output/Stand-by
|Antenna impedance||50Ω (SMA)|
|Dimensions(W×H×D)||59×112×34.2 mm; 25⁄16 × 413⁄32 × 111⁄32 in.|
|Weight (approx.)||325g; 11.5oz (with antenna and BP-256)|
|Output power||High 5W typ.
Mid 2.5W typ.
Low 0.5W typ.
S-low 0.1W typ.
|Spurious emissions||Less than –60dBc (High, Mid)|
|Max. freq. deviation||±5.0/2.5 kHz (FM Wide/narrow)|
|Ext. MIC impedance||2kΩ|
A band (1st/2nd)
B band (1st/2nd)
|61.65 MHz/450 kHz (Except WFM)59.25 MHz/13.35 MHz/1.95 MHz46.35 MHz/450 kHz|
AM/FM WideFM-Narrow, DVWFM
|More than 50dBMore than 45dBMore than 300kHz/–3dB
Less than 700kHz/–20dB
|Spurious and image rejection
VHF (Ham band)UHF (Ham band)
|More than 60dBMore than 50dB (IF; more than 60dB)|
|Spurious radiation||Less than –57dBm|
|Audio output power (7.4V DC)||More than 200mW typ. at 10% distortion with an 8Ω load|
|Ext. speaker impedance||8Ω|