Yaesu FT-990
Yaesu FT-990 is a model line of amateur radio transceiver manufactured by the Yaesu Corporation in Japan from 1991 to 1999 It is a descendant of and shares many features with the Yaesu FT-1000. An ex...
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Yaesu FT-817
The Yaesu FT-817 is one of the smallest MF/HF/VHF/UHF multimode general-coverage amateur radio transceivers. The set is built by the Japanese Vertex Standard Corporation and is sold under the Yaesu br...
Yaesu FT-450
The Yaesu FT-450 is an entry level amateur radio transceiver made by Yaesu. It transmits on eleven amateur bands, from 160 meters through 6 meters. It also has a receive frequency coverage of 30 ...
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Yaesu FT-77 (S)
The Yaesu FT-77 is a transceiver to be used in the 3,5 – 29,9 MHz shortwaveradio amateur segment. This means the coverage of the 80-40-30-20-15-17-12 and 10 meter HF bands. Its construction is...
Yaesu FT-221
The Yaesu FT-221 is a modular VHF 2M all mode (SSB, AM, CW and FM) amateur radio transceiver, built by the Yaesu Corporation in Japan during the 1970s.
The frequency is set by a 500 kHz range...
Yaesu FT-101
Yaesu FT-101 is a model line of modular amateur radio transceivers, built by the Yaesu Corporation in Japan during the 1970s and 1980s. FT-101 is a set that combines a solid state transmitter, receiv...
Yaesu FT-290R
Yaesu is a Japanese brand of commercial and amateur radio equipment.It was founded as Yaesu Musen Co., Ltd. (八重洲無線株式会社, Yaesu Musen Kabushiki-gaisha) in 1959 by a Japanese radio amateur Sako H...
HPSDR
The OpenHPSDR (High Performance Software Defined Radio) project dates from 2005 when Phil Covington, Phil Harman, and Bill Tracey combined their separate projects to form the HPSDR group. It is built...
Wireless Set No. 19
The Wireless Set No. 19 was a Second World War mobile radio transceiver designed for use by armoured troops of the British Army.
The set was designed to allow HF communication between tanks. ...
SCR-284
The SCR-284 was a World War II era combination transmitter and receiver used in vehicles or fixed ground stations.
The Crosley Corporation of Cincinnati, Ohio manufactured the Signal Corps Radio s...
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Kenwood TS-2000
The Kenwood TS-2000 is an amateur radio transceiver manufactured by the Kenwood Corporation. Introduced in the year 2000, the radio has come to be very popular among hams for its "all-in-one" functio...
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Yaesu FT-60
The Yaesu FT-60 is a dual band handheld transceiver. It is a popular choice for new amateur radio operators as it is relatively inexpensive, costing about US$200, and as low as US$145 among some Yaes...
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Yaesu FT-2900R
The Yaesu FT-2900R is a VHF 2M FM mobile amateur radio transceiver. It is currently in production.
The case has 2 analog potentiometers for volume and squelch. One large rotary dial for frequenc...
Yaesu FR-50(B)
The Yaesu FR-50 is one of the earlier HF receivers on the commercial market. Both the FR/FL-50 equipment were released together in 1966 by the Japanese Yaesu Musen Corp. In Europe these radios were ma...
Yaesu FT-1000MP
The FT-1000MP is an amateur radio transceiver built by Yaesu. It was named for Sako Hasegawa, the late founder of the company whose callsign was JA1MP, and was their flagship radio at the time of its ...
Yaesu FT-7(B)
.Yaesu FT-7 is a rugged, solid state and modular built HF amateurband radio transceiver, suitable for fixed and for mobile operation. The set was built by the Yaesu Corporation in Japan in the late 19...
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Yaesu FT-901
Yaesu is a Japanese brand of commercial and amateur radio equipment.It was founded as Yaesu Musen Co., Ltd. (八重洲無線株式会社, Yaesu Musen Kabushiki-gaisha) in 1959 by a Japanese radio amateur Sako H...
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Yaesu FT-707 (S)
The Yaesu FT-707 is an HF transceiver for the 80-40-30-20-15-17-12 and 10 meter radio amateur bands. Its construction is based on a metal-cased transceiver with a dicast aluminium front. The rig ...
Paraset
The Paraset was a small, low-power, thermionic valve CW (i.e., morse code) radio transmitter-receiver supplied to the resistance groups in France, Belgium and the Netherlands during World War II.
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