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New two-way from Icom UK

New two-way from Icom UK

Icom UK has released the IC-F29DR, its new two-way digital radio. The product is described by the company as suitable for organisations looking for a simple, waterproof, licence-free system, built with a high degree of encryption. The IC-F29DR utili…

Philip Mason, 27th January 2017
Cowes Week: Radio rocks the boats

Cowes Week: Radio rocks the boats

Richard Lambley discovers the roles radio plays in managing one of southern England’s most popular summer sailing events Race officials aboard one of the 'committee boats' monitor the lineup at the start of a raceAbove the seafront terrace of t…

Admin, 8th October 2016
Icom provides VHF radio handhelds for RTYC Ramsgate regatta event

Icom provides VHF radio handhelds for RTYC Ramsgate regatta event

Icom UK will provide radio communications to the Royal Temple Yacht Club (RTYC) in Ramsgate for its annual regatta, from 24-29 July. The company will supply the event’s organisers with six IC-M73 marine handheld VHF radios to help with the comm…

Laurence Doe, 18th July 2016
Leversedge Telecom provides Icom IP and digital technology to British Gypsum's mines

Leversedge Telecom provides Icom IP and digital technology to British Gypsum's mines

Leversedge Telecom, a two-way radio provider, has provided an Icom digital handsets and a repeater in addition to an Icom IP Advanced Radio system for British Gypsum – a large manufacturer of plaster, plasterboard and ceiling solutions. The compan…

Laurence Doe, 7th June 2016
Radio over IP: Quick and easy?

Radio over IP: Quick and easy?

With spectrum availability an increasing concern in the capital, Jon Severs takes a look at radio over IP technology, which removes the need for a radio licence  Traditional two-way radio networks are an often-unacknowledged operational necessit…

Sam Fenwick, 24th May 2016
World record kitesurfing attempt to be assisted by Icom UK

World record kitesurfing attempt to be assisted by Icom UK

Andy Larder, one of the UK’s leading Pro Kitesurfers, is attempting to smash a world record by being the first person to kite surf from Lands End to John o' Groats – the length of Britain and a total distance of 1,190 miles – with…

Laurence Doe, 17th May 2016
Icom UK to showcase IC-GM600 and IC-GM800 transceivers at Seawork

Icom UK to showcase IC-GM600 and IC-GM800 transceivers at Seawork

Icom UK has announced plans to showcase three new marine radios – the IC-GM600 and IC-GM800 transceivers and preview its IC-M93D, a floating handheld, at Seawork International.  The commercial marine and wor…

Laurence Doe, 17th May 2016
Icom releases IC-F5122DD data modem for business radio sector

Icom releases IC-F5122DD data modem for business radio sector

Icom has introduced a new series of data modem radios designed to allow businesses and other organisations to send data and information over a radio network. Icom's new data transceiver allows point-to-point and point-to-multipoint communication. One r…

Laurence Doe, 8th February 2016
Icom launches its 'smallest' waterproof digital two-way radios

Icom launches its 'smallest' waterproof digital two-way radios

Icom has launched a new range of compact, waterproof digital two-way radios, the IC-F1000D Series, which the company states are its smallest to date. The IC-F1000D Series is for a range of customers in the construction, manufacturing, facilities, sec…

Laurence Doe, 17th September 2015
Radio communications upgrade for Sussex Cricket Club

Radio communications upgrade for Sussex Cricket Club

New radio systems are being utilised by Sussex County Cricket Club. To ensure match day operations go to plan, Icom two-way radios have been deployed at the club through a radio scheme designed and managed by its dealer ADUR Communications. The venue…

Laurence Doe, 15th July 2015
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