ICOM Incorporated is a publicly held Japanese corporation whose stock is traded
on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. It was founded in 1954 by Tokuzo Inoue in Osaka, Japan.
ICOM, Inc. began as an engineering and manufacturing company in the business of designing,
engineering, and manufacturing highly advanced, compact solid-state radio equipment for use in
the Amateur industry. The company's product line has since expanded to include communications
equipment and products based in the Marine, Avionics and Land Mobile industries. ICOM America
was incorporated in October of 1979 and has continued to gain market share in each of its five
major divisions: Amateur, Aviation, Land Mobile, Marine and Receivers.
ICOM's communication receivers range from a small, pocketsize handheld to top-of-the-line
super wide range receivers. ICOM continues to develop and manufacture receivers using new
and innovative technology.