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Old 28-11-2011, 21:23   #16
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Re: Dipole Questions Re Placement / 1612C Tuner

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is this tuner still available? I have an SEA 222 that I need a tuner for....
the SEA 1612C will work fine as a matter of fact that coupler will work with any HF Transceiver. The SEA 222 has a fine transmitter section but the receiver section is too noisy for me. It's a tough transceiver and will outlast any of those state of the art Asian models used in the marine service.

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Old 28-11-2011, 21:43   #17
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Re: Dipole Questions Re Placement / 1612C Tuner

I am not familiar with the Icom 718. Many amateur radios will not tune the marine bands as they are set up to use only ham band frequencies. If you can't use the marine bands you will probably have trouble contacting port authorities to give the required notice of arrival. To get a color chart of the ham frequencies and the parts allowed for each level of FCC license go to:

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