Icom AH8000

Discone Antenna

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Brand New Includes One Year Warranty

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Reg. Price:$312.99
Discount:($41.04)
Sale Price: $271.95
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Technical Features for Icom AH8000

The Icom AH8000 is a multi-purpose discone antenna that receives from 100 to 3300 MHz and transmit on 144, 430, 1200 and 2400 MHz ham bands. The discone design offers the best performance possible in an omni-directional antenna.

AH8000 Features:

  • Super Wideband Discone Antenna
  • 100MHz to 3300MHz Wide Frequency Coverage
  • Can Transmit Up to 200W on Ham Bands
  • Air Band Antenna for Ground Base Stations
  • 3ft Height & 2.1lb Weight
  • Mounts on Most Poles w/ Supplied V-bolts
  • Simple Installation
  • Can Withstand High Velocity Wind Environments


Compatible With The Following Icom Models:
IC-R100
IC-R1500
IC-R2500
IC-R7000
IC-R7100
IC-R8500
IC-R9500
IC-PCR1500
IC-PCR2500

Icom BC-119N 01 Includes:
  • Discone Antenna
  • Coaxial Cable w/ Type-N Connector
  • Mounting Kit

The Icom AH8000 has many exciting features for users of all types. You can extend the lifetime of your Icom AH8000 with the purchase of a FactoryOutletStore Extended Warranty. The Icom AH8000 is sold as a Brand New Unopened Item.

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