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  • Re: Supply voltage minimum

    To add to the information discussed in this thread, here are some measurements I made on my FT-100D in 2004, showing VHF and UHF power output vs. supply

    k0og 19 hours ago
  • Unable to toggle into my menu mode

    Hello everyone my ft-100 has a problem I can only get into my menu and toggle between two menu's not the full menu any help on this matter would greatly be

    swanradios 1 day ago
  • accessing menu items

    Hello everyone I have encountered a problem when interring my menu I am only able to toggle threw two items not the entire menu any help on this matter would

    swanradios 1 day ago
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This list is devoted to the supercool Yaesu FT-100 and FT-100D all-band, all-mode radios.

The FT-100D is the smallest transceiver in the world providing a wide-frequency coverage. The FT-100D provides transceive coverage of the HF, 50 MHz, 144 MHz, and 430 MHz amateur bands on SSB, CW, AM, FM, AFSK Teletype, and Packet, and also includes receive coverage of 100 kHz through 961 MHz (cellular and digital
telephone frequencies are blocked), so you can monitor public safety, weather broadcast, AM and FM broadcast, and TV audio transmissions, in addition to all the action on the ham bands. The rugged compact case measures just 160 (W) x 54 (H) x 205 (D) mm (6.3" x 2.2" x 8.0").

Please sign your messages with both name and call sign, e.g., Tom KØABC. Note: The zero can be typed using Alt+0216.

For addition information and help, click on one of the following links!
Yaesu FT-100/D FAQ / Knowledge Base ***
FT-100D Manual
FT-100D Brochure

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