Re: ICOM SSB Radio Options
For what it is worth, I also found this info:
* ICOM M801 v M802
Although the M801E <http://www.seacom.co.uk/M801/index.html> and
M802 look the same that is where the difference finishes.
The M801E <http://www.seacom.co.uk/M801/index.html> is housed in
a more robust housing with heavy duty connectors, ideal for the
* By using the latest DSP technology, the M801E
<http://www.seacom.co.uk/M801/index.html> has better receiver
The M801E is a fully complaint class 'E' DSC unit offering a full
range of DSC features compared with the M802 limited range of DSC
* The M801E <http://www.seacom.co.uk/M801/index.html> is CE approved
where the M802 is not.
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tryingthe Amel 54) is better than the IC-M802?
beto determine if I should provide them with an IC-M802 (which would
significantly less expensive) or go with their option.