|Discontinued Amateur Handheld Transceivers|
The Yaesu FT-50R is manufactured to rigid commercial grade standards, and is the first dual band handheld amateur radio to achieve the prestigious MIL-STD-810 rating. Use Dual Watch to select any frequency combination and the FT-50R automatically switches channels for instant operation. Plus, the built-in digital battery voltage feature can be used to monitor current operating battery voltage. Plus the FT-50R is the first dual band HT to include Digital Coded Squelch (DCS), super loud audio, and the "widest" band receive allowable. In fact, the FT-50R is the smallest 5-Watt dual band with wide band receive. The FT-50R is rugged, reasonably priced, simple to operate and has all the features you want. FT-50R super wide receives: 76-200 MHz (VHF), 300-540 MHz (UHF) and 590-999 MHz (less cellular). This HT includes 3 user-selectable filters: AM aircraft receive, FM narrow and FM wide. There is a 12 VDC Input Jack on the left side.
The FT-50R is rugged, reasonably priced, simple to operate and has all the features you want. This latest FT-50RD-41 version includes the FTT-12 keypad with digital voice recorder. The FT-50RD comes with: FNB41 NiCad battery, NC-60B charger, SMA flexible antenna and wrist strap. Only 2.2 x 3.9 x 1.2 inches.
The Yaesu FT-10R "single bander" is similar to the FT-50R, but covers only the 2 meter band instead of 2 meters and 440 MHz. Receive frequency coverage is 140 to 174 MHz and transmit from 144 to 148 MHz. RF power output is: 5, 2.8, 1 or 0.1 watts.
The Yaesu FT-40R "single bander" is similar to the FT-50R, but covers only the 440 MHz band instead of 2 meters and 440 MHz. Receive frequency coverage is 420 to 470 MHz and transmit from 430 to 450 MHz. RF power output is: 5, 2.5, 1 or 0.1 watts.
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