Icom is a world leader in the amateur radio market. Also known as ham radio, Icom makes amateur radios for use in long-range (HF) and short-range (VHF, UHF) communications.
Icom America Inc. is a part of Icom Incorporated. Started in 1954 by Tokuzo Inoue in Osaka, Japan, Icom Inc. is a publicly held Japanese corporation; its stock is traded on the Tokyo and Osaka Stock Exchanges. Icom Inc.'s roots are in designing, engineering, and manufacturing highly advanced, compact solid-state radio equipment for use in the amateur (ham) radio industry. The company's product line has since expanded to include communications equipment and products based in the marine, avionics, land mobile and wide-band receiver industries.
The A25 series is a powerful VHF airband handheld and has an easy to use interface. With the large 2.3-inch LCD display you can do a stress-free programming and in-flight operation. Water can’t stop this handheld from Icom, these radios have a battery with an IP57 waterproof rating.