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digital mobile transceivers IC-F5121D IC-F6121D
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Features

  • IDAS™ conventional & IDAS™ single-site trunking
  • Digital/Analog mixed mode operation
  • Built-in 2-Tone, 5-Tone, CTCSS and DTCS
  • MDC 1200 compatible
  • MIL-STD-810 F rugged construction
  • 4W(typ.) front mounted speaker

The IC-F5121D series:
A multitude of advantages because itís IDAS™

Advantage 1

Digital/analog mixed mode

HM-170GP The IC-F5121D series can receive both analog mode and digital mode signals on a single channel and automatically selects the received mode to reply to the
received call, while the talk back timer remains. It’s a smart way to grow into digital radio – at your own pace, as your budget and comfort allow.

Advantage 2

Digital and analog individual/group call

HM-170GPThe IC-F5121D series allows you to call individual or group users. The radio automatically sends own ID number when the PTT button is held down. The alias
name or individual/group ID is displayed on the LCD while receiving a message allowing you to identify who is calling.

Advantage 3

Status message and short data message

HM-170GPUp to 100 status conditions can be set and sent with voice call. Also, you can request another IDAS radio to send their status and receive it.
Up to 100-character of short data message can be sent and received. To send more than 9-character short data message, PC connection is required.


Advantage 4

GPS capability

HM-170GPWhen used with an external GPS receiver, the IC-F5121D series can transmit accurate position data for use with vehicle management applications.

Advantage 5

Multi-site conventional mode

HM-170GPWhen using the IC-F5121D series in IDAS multi-site conventional mode, the IC-F5121D can communicate with other IDAS radio users working with other
repeater sites and/or virtual radio/PC dispatch stations on the IDAS network.

Advantage 6

IDAS single-site trunking

HM-170GPThe IC-F5121D series can be used in an IDAS single-site trunking system.
The IDAS trunking system is a distributed system with no dedicated control channel, so more voice traffic channels are available for increased system capacity.

All advantages shown represent possible system configurations. Ask your Icom dealer to configure an IDAS system that works best for you.
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Note: Private IP Network or VPN Tunnels through the Internet with static endpoints.

Specifications

General

IC-F5121D

IC-F6121D

Frequency coverage
136-174MHz
400-470MHz
450-512MHz
Number of channels
128 channels (8 zones)
Channel spacing
6.25/15/30kHz,
6.25/12.5/25kHz
6.25/12.5kHz
Type of emission
16K0F3E,
11K0F3E,
4K00F1E/F1D
11K0F3E,
4K00F1E/F1D
Current drain
(approx.)
Tx High
(50W/45W)
10A
11A
Rx Stand-by
300mA
Max. audio
1.2A
Dimensions
(projections not included; W×H×D)
150×40×167.5 mm;
5.91×1.57×6.59 in
Weight
1.1kg; 2.4lb

Transmitter

IC-F5121D

IC-F6121D

RF output power (at 13.6V DC)
50W, 25W, 5W
(Hi, L2, L1)
45W, 25W, 4.5W
(Hi, L2, L1)
Spurious emissions
72dB (min.)
Frequency stability
±1.0ppm
Audio harmonic distortion
3% typical
40% deviation
FM Hum and Noise
46/40dB typ.
(Wide/Narrow)
40dB typ.
(Narrow)
Digital FSK error 5% max.

Receiver

IC-F5121D

IC-F6121D

Sensitivity
0.25μV typ. (at 12dB SINAD)
0.18μV typ. (at 5% BER)
Adjacent channel selectivity
80/70dB typ. (W/N),
65dB typ. (Digital)
70dB typ. (N),
60dB typ. (Digital)
Spurious response rejection
70dB min.
Intermodulation rejection
75dB typ. (W/N),
70dBμV emf type. (Digital)
75dB typ. (N),
70dBμV emf type. (Digital)
AF output power
(at 5% distortion with an 4Ω load)
4W (typ.)
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Measurements made in accordance with TIA-603.

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