Type: Analogue, Licenced

Supplied with: Documentation, Palm Microphone, Power Cable

Icom SRP Series

Two Way Radio Repeater Series offering UHF, VHF and Crossband options

The cost effective SRP repeater series uses a combination of Icom IC-F5012 and IC-F6012 entry level mobile radios and can be used as a VHF to VHF (SRP-V11), UHF to UHF (SRP-U11), or cross band repeater (SRP-X11).

The SRP repeater instantly retransmits received audio without any noticeable delay. All repeaters in this series provide a stable 25 watt output power allowing a radio scheme to be boosted beyond the range of normal Private Mobile Radio (PMR) networks.

The SRP Repeater Series comes complete with housing (including 240V PSU) to mount the repeater. The SRP is incredibly flexible so that you can install the repeater in a vehicle, an office, or a temporary location.

Key Features

  • Features two IC-F5012/IC-F6012 mobile radios
  • Extremely compact and portable
  • Price includes housing and 240V PSU
  • Two antenna working as standard
  • Optional duplexer can be fitted
  • Can run from a 12 volt supply
  • Vehicle or desk-mountable
  • CTCSS signalling
  • Supplied as standard with HM-152 fist microphone

Product Variants

SRP-U11 - VHF to VHF
SRP-U11 - UHF to UHF
SRP-X11 - Crossband

Downloads (Requires PDF Reader)

SRP Series Specification Sheet

Desktop Microphone



Desktop Microphone

Key Features

    • 8 pin “Modular” Connector allows direct connection to the mobile radios and repeaters
    • PTT, Monitor, and Monitor-Lock switches
    • Monitor switch can be cloned to activate normal / priority scan
    • Uni-Directional Dynamic Microphone
    • Built-in amplifier
    • Large switches allows easy operation
    • Strong, durable build
    • Slim dimensions (67 x 170 x 167mm)
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