Icom 400Pro UHF ( No Antenna )

chris_stoffa

4x4 Earth Contributer
#1
Item Detail - Icom 400 Pro 80channel UHF - No Antenna - was originally a 40ch, service and upgrade done 4 years ago to 80ch by AARadio Melb.
Mounting Bracket and power plug/cable included.

Tag/Body/Chassis Numbers - Ser. No. 1017760

Condition - Cute as a button, damn near perfect

Price - $280 ( inc snail mail postage in Oz only )

Location - Western Burbs Melbourne

Contact Details - Leave me a PM

Postage Details - includes Snail mail postage in Oz only,

Payment - by Direct Transfer to Bank Account or Cash on Pick up only

Pictures - Below

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Yogi6

New Member
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Hi Chris or anyone who can advise.
I have an iCom IC-400Pro. Supposed to be 80 channel but only has 40 available. Is there some setting to activate 80 channels?
Also are there any workshops who can check/recommend a better antenna for improved/best range? I'd prefer one for mountains so guessing 3dB?
 

GaryM

Well-Known Member
#3
Yep, lower DB for hilly terrain. And get it up higher than anything else. ie: on an independent ground plane base, on the roof/roof rack. Not just the tip, the aerial length.

I think the Icom 400s have to be done by cable and software, and they all can be done but dont quote me on that. A decent radio tech shop should have no issue doing it. Depends where you are...
Be a little patient, someone will have done it.
 

Yogi6

New Member
#4
Thanks Gary
I'm in Melbourne S-E suburb (Bayside area). Will see if I can find a radio tech shop. ARB or other 4x4 shop might be able to recommend someone I guess.
 
#7
Hi Chris or anyone who can advise.
I have an iCom IC-400Pro. Supposed to be 80 channel but only has 40 available. Is there some setting to activate 80 channels?
Also are there any workshops who can check/recommend a better antenna for improved/best range? I'd prefer one for mountains so guessing 3dB?
Hi mate
Graham did my Icom Handheld, highly recommend him...
https://www.gccomm.com.au
Opposite Cranbourne Race Course..

I use a 3db antenna in The High Country..If I use my 6db I remove when I get home for around town no ones tried to pinch or snap/bend the smaller one lol

Goodluck
 
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