Icom Incorporated

Icom Incorporated

Infobox Company
company_name = ICOM Incorporated
company_type = Radio Communications
genre = Technology
foundation = 1954
founder = Tokuzo Inoue
location_city = Osaka
location_country = Japan
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area_served = Australia, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Canada, United States
industry = Communications
products = Two Way Radios
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homepage = http://www.icom.co.jp/world/|test]
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Nihongo|ICOM Incorporated|アイコム株式会社|Aikomu Kabushiki-gaisha (tyo|6820) is an international manufacturer of radio transmitting and receiving equipment, founded in 1954 by Tokuzo Inoue. Its products include equipment for radio amateurs, pilots, maritime applications, land mobile professional applications and radio scanner enthusiasts.

Its headquarters are in Osaka, Japan, with branch offices in the United States (in Bellevue, Washington), Canada (in Delta, British Columbia), Australia (Melbourne, Victoria), New Zealand (Auckland), the United Kingdom (Kent, England), France (Toulouse), Spain (Barcelona) and the People's Republic of China (Beijing).


ICOM has developed the D-STAR open radio system based on digital radio protocols developed by the Japan Amateur Radio League. This system is designed to provide advanced voice and data communications over Amateur radio using open standards.


ICOM manufactures two way radios and receivers for use in marine applications, amateur radio applications, land mobile applications, and FRS / GMRS applications. Some radios made by ICOM are compatible with Motorola and SmarTrunk trunking systems.

External links

* [http://www.icomamerica.com/ Icom America]
*en icon [http://www.icom.co.jp/world/ ICOM Worldwide Communication Web]
*en icon [http://www.icomuk.co.uk ICOM (UK) Ltd]

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