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Re: Dayton

There were some rumors in March about Icom replacing the IC-910 with an 
"IC-911" &/or "IC-911/D".  From what I can gather, components for the 
IC-910 were not RoHS compliant, and that's the main reason for 
change.  Bear in mind these are Japanese rumors, translated through 
bablefish, & interpreted by me.  :)

Looking forward to see what's announced at Dayton.

--Mike WQ5C

At 07:45 AM 5/14/2008, Sebastian wrote:

>Is there any possibility that one of the major manufacturers will
>introduce a new satellite rig in Dayton?  Or that the mail order
>houses will have special prices for those who can't attend Dayton?  Is
>that a common practice?
>I'd like to thank everyone on here who replied when I mentioned that I
>was starting back up on satellites.  Your suggestions have pretty much
>convinced me that I should go with the Kenwood TS-2000.  So if anyone
>strongly thinks that I shouldn't, please express your thoughts on this.
>73 de W4AS

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