IC-2300H VHF FM Mobile Transceiver

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High Power to Talk Longer

The IC-2300H, 144MHz mobile, retains the same basic features from the popular IC-2200H; powerful 65W output power, simple-to-use user interface, built-in CTCSS and DTCS encoder/decoder, etc. While keeping those basic features, the IC-2300H is packed in to a smaller body (in depth) than the IC-2200H.

Output Power

65W, 25W, 10W, 5W

RX Frequencies:


Memory Channels:

207 (includes 6 scan edges & 1 call)

Simple Operation

The IC-2300H’s basic panel layout includes a simple user interface. A large LCD with 6 alphanumeric characters offers a good viewing angle for mobile operation. Select either the amber, yellow or green backlight color. The bottom of the display indicates the available front panel functions.

Built Tough

Rough roads won’t stop the IC-2300H from working. This mobile has been tested to and has passed the latest MIL-STD 810 G specifications including shock, vibration and temperature tests. The rugged aluminum diecast chassis provides effective heat dissipation and keeps RF output even during high duty cycle continuous transmission.

Multiple Scan Functions

The IC-2300H supports various scan types for maximum reception to suit your needs. The DMS (Dynamic Memory Scan) system allows you to scan selected banks from 10 memory banks by simply adding and deleting bank links.

Full scan

Programmed scan

Memory scan

Bank scan

Bank link scan (DMS)

Skip scan

Priority scan

Tone scan

Additional Features

Built-in CTCSS and DTCS encoder/decoder for quiet standby and repeater access

Power supply voltage display

4.5W (typical) loud audio

Reduced depth dimensions

DTMF autodial

Time-out timer

Repeater lockout

Automatic power off

S-meter squelch

Wide/narrow channel setting

Weather channel receive and weather alert function

Automatic repeater function

Selectable squelch delay from short and long

Squelch attenuator reduces suppression from string signals

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