The IC-7410 replaces the late IC-746PRO with upgrades to performance and specifications that provide excellent cost performance.
This specialized HF rig employs the same high grade DSP unit and double conversion super-heterodyne system developed from the latest technology used in the IC-7800/IC-7700/ IC-7600 series. In
addition, when used with the optional FL-430 and FL-431 filters, narrow mode signals are protected from adjacent inband signals. The 3kHz first IF filter is especially effective in the CW and SSB
The Icom IC-7410 provides professional performance in the 160 to 6 meter amateur bands. It utilizes Icom's proven IF-DSP technology as this unit is reported to have
a 15kHz roofing filter in the stock unit with an optional 6 and 3 kHz filters to be available post it’s official release. The IC-7410 features a sharp
black and white LCD slightly larger than that of it’s predecessor the IC-746 Pro.
The IC-7410 has a superior general coverage receiver covering 30 kHz to 60 MHz with a +30dbm 3rd order receive intercept point and superior ±0.5 p.p.m.
Much like the IC-746PRO, the IC-7410 supports a bandscope function, and RTTY decode capability. Other specifications include a ±9.999kHz RIT, Band Pass
Filter, a Quick Split function and a band edge beep. Like it’s predecessor this transceiver has a built in tuner and will produce an output of 100 watts on all HF Bands and 6 Meters.
The IC-7410 has both CI-V and USB ports on the rear of the unit. This radio requires an external 13.8 VDC at 23 amps.
Feature and Specifications:
► +30dBm 3rd order intercept point in HF bands
► Double conversion super-heterodyne system improves inband IMD characteristics
► 32-bit floating point DSP unit
► Optional 3kHz and 6kHz first IF filters
► Large LCD display
► ±0.5ppm frequency stability
► Built-in simple band scope
► Built-in automatic antenna tuner
► Optional RS-BA1 for IP remote control
► Built-in voice synthesizer announces operating frequency, mode and S-meter level
► Ample CW functions
► Microphone equalizer and adjustable transmit bandwidth