Icom – For Everything in Radio (for Australian certified units)
Icom is a global leader in the communications industry that pride themselves on their products that are renowned for their high quality, innovation, reliability and design. With over 50 years’ experience, Icom ensures that their products are delivered with excellence in design and technical ability.
Icom has an extensive range of products that are designed to withstand the most rugged and extreme conditions and include base- station, mobile and handheld units covering many frequency bands.
Started in 1954 by Tokuzo Inoue in Osaka, Japan, Icom Inc is a publicly held Japanese corporation; its stock is traded on the Tokyo and Osaka Stock Exchanges. Icom Inc.’s specialities are in designing, engineering, and manufacturing highly advanced, compact solid-state radio equipment for use in the amateur (ham) radio industry.
The company's product line has since expanded to include communications equipment and products based in the UHF CB, marine, avionics, land mobile, networking and wide-band receiver industries.
Today, Icom is well known and respected world-wide as a supplier of radio communication products of unsurpassed quality and reliability. Unlike many other manufacturers, Icom has continued to keep its base of operations in Japan, and all products adhere to ISO9001/ISO9002 and ISO14001 quality procedures.
Since forming in 1982, Icom (Australia) has had many years’ experience in supplying quality radio equipment throughout Australia and to neighbouring Pacific Islands. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Icom Inc. Icom (Australia) has a network of national dealers that can assist with your communication requirements. From Kununurra to Hobart, and everywhere in between, there is an authorised Icom dealer that can assist with your enquiries, and ensure that you ‘stay in touch’.
Remember, when buying Icom products for use in Australia make sure they are Australian Certified Units from Icom Australia as it is illegal to use any unit that has been imported from outside Australia. Doing so will can result in a very hefty fine