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CQ CQ CQ FT-950 Owners !!


The Fox Tango club is Rated G...No politics, religion or crude language or jokes. We're all about camaraderie and enjoying the Ham Radio Hobby! And we're proud to be a forum that WELCOMES all new Hams to our ranks. Please identify yourself or your amateur call sign when you sign in.



This group is dedicated to owners and those interested in the New FT-950 transceiver produced by Yaesu. The company actively monitors the club forums by taking an interest in the product end user.


-Introduction: The Yaesu FT-950 is an elite-class HF transceiver providing exceptional performance both on transmit and receive. The FT-950 is designed for the most competitive operating situations, whether you primarily operate in contest, DX, or digital-mode environments. It is built on the foundation of the popular FTdx9000 transceiver, and carrying the proud tradition of the FT-1000 series, the FT-950 provides up to 100 Watts of power output on SSB, CW, and FM (25 Watts AM carrier). Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is utilized throughout the design, providing leading-edge performance on both transmit and receive.

Topics of discussion include, but are not limited to, proper operation, repair, alignment, software updates, options and restoration of the product.



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http://www.foxtango.org

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