I checked the ICON site, lots of radios on FM, VHS and UHF.
IC-F11 / F21Series
(Rx and Tx)*
IC-F11/F11S 146-174 MHz
IC-F21/F21S 400-430 MHz 440-470 MHz
Number of channels Total 16 (rotary type)
Total 4 (toggle type)
Channel spacing 12.5 KHz, 25 kHz
PLL channel step 2.5 kHz, 3.125 kHz (VHF)
5KHz, 6.25KHz (UHF)
Output power 5 W, 2W or 1W (VHF)
4 W, 2W or 1W (UHF)
This is one of them. good for two radios in one frequency but is there one that is more common for other bikers? wich one is the best for the motorcycles. You can see that I do not know much about this and know that I like to have distance and power and I am not interested on CB's lack of connectivity. Thanks for your help and patience to this confused nuvi
I found this two units,
Wide frequency range and large channel capacity
The IC-F33G series covers a wide frequency range in one version (VHF 136-174MHz, UHF 400-470MHz or 450-512 (520) MHz).
The 256 memory channel capacity with 16 memory banks allows you to divide and store a variety of ﬂexible channel groupings. Easy memory channel selection with a simple rotation of the rotary channel knob.
IC-F21GM (GMRS General Mobile Radio Service )
Frequency coverage 462.550–467.725MHz
Number of channels 15
looking at the frequencys, do this talk to each other??
even when one is VHS / UHF and GMRS General Mobile Radio Service – simple license required Including 7 channels shared with FRS Family Radio Service channels
Basic LTR®/Conventional mixed mode operation, The IC-F4061, UHF 5W 450-512 MHz,
Analog LTR 6.25 Digital series provides LTR®/conventional mixed mode operation. Group, selective (DTMF), and phone call are available in LTR® mode