ICOM Incorporated (TYO: 6820) is an international manufacturer of radio transmitting and receiving equipment, founded in 1954 by Tokuzo Inoue.
Its products include equipment for radio amateurs, pilots, maritime applications, land mobile professional applications and radio scanner enthusiasts.
Its headquarters are in Osaka, Japan, with branch offices in the United States (in Bellevue, Washington), Canada (in Delta, British Columbia), Australia (Melbourne, Victoria), New Zealand (Auckland), the United Kingdom (Kent, England), France (Toulouse), Spain (Barcelona)
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