Wide-range scanner - Icom IC-R20 handheld communications receiver covers 150kHz to 3304.999MHz in SSB, CW, AM, FM and WFM modes: The IC-R20 covers 150kHz to 3304.999MHz in SSB, CW, AM, FM and WFM modes. This scanner covers AM/FM radio and TV broadcasts, wireless communications for boaters, aviation, conventional public safety and many other commercial services. The IC-R20 has an internal 32MB digital recorder capable of storing received communications. This feature is useful in a variety ways, like recording a wireless microphone audio at a meeting. There is also a USB port to download to a computer for storage. CTCSS, DTCS tone signaling - When multiple users share the same channel, these users use specialized signaling to reduce interference from other users. The two popular signaling formats, CTCSS and DTCS are standard in the IC-R20. Tone scan is also possible. Alphanumeric memory channels - With 1,000 regular memory channels, 200 automatic memory scan channels and 25 pairs of frequency scan edges, the IC-R20 makes it easy to identify received signals with the capability of programming a name to each channel. The bandscope enables you to see signals around a monitored frequency. An additional function of the bandscope is the ability to hear the signal while sweeping a range, so you can see if the signal is modulated.
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Technical details about this picture: This picture is by Yenra Photography. The camera shot with was a NIKON D600. The lens was AF-S Nikkor 85mm f/1.4G. The camera profile used was Camera Vivid. The photo editing software to process this picture was Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6.1.1 (Macintosh). The shutter speed for this pictures was 1/100. Film sensitivity was 400. Approximate focus distance was 1.12 meters. The bokeh perimeter was 0.030 mm.