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Re: ICOM IC820 vs IC821?



The 821 is the successor to the 820 so it's a newer radio.  Both have the 
same power out.  They both have dual VFOs for satellite use.  The 821 seems 
a little more user friendly in the way it handles locking and unlocking 
TX/RX during satellite use.

- Emily




At 01:41 PM 11/13/2003 -0500, you wrote:

>What's the difference between the IC820 and IC821, and am I correct in
>believing it's significant for satellite operations?
>
>73, doug
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