New Yaesu FT-991

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w4clm
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New Yaesu FT-991

Post by w4clm » Mon Aug 25, 2014 4:33 pm

Recently introduced at the Tokyo Ham show.

Yaesu comes out with a new rig the FT-991, looks like the little cousin to the FT-1200 & FT-3000
and we believe it will be a replacing the earlier rigs like the FT897

If interested please join us at the Yaesu-FT-991 Users Group
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Yae ... group/info

The Yaesu FT-991 Transceiver is capable of operating SSB, CW, AM, FM, Packet and System Fusion C4FMDigital.

The Yaesu FT-991 is designed for the most competitive operating situations, with a suite of new features to’enhance the experience. Whether you primarily operate at home, mobile or in the field, the FT-991 will provide outstanding fundamental performance and an inviting expansion into a full featured base station.

Radio Features;

160 Meters through 70 Centimeters – SSB/CW/FM/C4FM Digital/AM/RTTY/PSK
100 Watts (2 Meter / 70 Centimeter: 50 Watts) of Solid Performance
3.5 inch TFT Full-Color Touch Panel Operation for Superior Operability and Visibility
High Speed Spectrum Scope with ASC (Automatic Spectrum-Scope Control) built-in
Roofing Filter 3 kHz and 15 kHz
High Accuracy TCXO ±0.5 ppm and high resolution DDS and PLL local oscillator
32-bit High Speed Floating Point IF DSP
IF WIDTH and IF SHIFT provides great QRM Rejection
CONTOUR, DNR, IF Notch and APF (Audio Peak Filter, CW only)
160 – 6 Meters High Speed Automatic Antenna Tuner is included
Best 73

Regards to all
Carol Maher W4CLM
Club Admin http://www.foxtango.org/

ku3x
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Re: New Yaesu FT-991

Post by ku3x » Mon Sep 29, 2014 8:05 pm

The one advantage the FT 897 had was low current drain on transmit and receive compared to some other rigs, like the IC 7000.
Now that they changed to a bigger display, what's going to happen to the current drain.....going to go up?

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