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Fox Tango International Yaesu FT-900 Forum



Welcome to the Fox Tango FT-900 User Forum



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.




The Yaesu FT-900 is a compact and affordable HF transceiver which features a detachable front sub-panel that can be mounted separately from the main body. This capability allows the FT-900 to be configured for maximum safety, best display visibility, and ease of operation in mobile installations. Perfect as a high-performance base station, the FT-900 quickly doubles as a full- featured mobile or field-day rig. The FT-900 provides up to 100 watts adjustable power output on all HF amateur bands in CW, SSB and FM modes, and up to 25 watts carrier in AM. General coverage reception is possible from 100 kHz to 30 MHz. The lightweight, detachable sub-panel permits separating the transceiver and mounting the main unit in a remote location. This enables you to keep the most commonly used front-panel controls and display where you need them. Four microprocessors are programmed to provide the simplest possible control interface for the operator. Two independent (A/B) VFOs for each band hold their own frequencies and mode settings. 100 memories store all of this data for both VFOs, giving a total of 220 independent sets of frequency, mode and other selections.


The FT-900 requires 13.8 VDC at 20 amps. (238x93x253 mm 5.3 kg).


The Yaesu FT-900AT includes the internal ATU-2 automatic antenna tuner.


Carol L. Maher

Administrator Fox Tango International

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