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Yaesu FTM-100DR

RM1,600.00  
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SKU: FTM-100DR

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Brand: Yaesu
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The Yaesu FTM-100DR dual band mobile transceiver operates on 2 meters and 70 centimeters. The new FTM-100DR provides four modes:
V/D mode is Voice and Data communication in the same time frame. Stable and reliable digital voice and data communications are maintained using extraordinarily strong error correction capabilities. This mode will be the basic mode of C4FM FDMA Digital HAM radio.
Voice FR mode uses the full rate of data capacity for voice data. This mode enables you to transfer clear, high quality voice data.
Data FR mode uses the full rate of data capacity for transferring data. This mode enables you to transfer large amounts of data, text messages, images, and voice memo data with double speed in V/D mode.
Analog FM mode is effective when weak signal strength causes audio drop out in the digital mode, and enables communication up to the borderline of the noise level.
The radio features an Automatic Mode Select (AMS) function to identify these four modes and select them automatically when the radio receives a signal!

Power is selectable at 50, 20 or 5 watts on either band. Enjoy very wideband receive from 108-470 and 800-999 MHz (less cellular). Four scan modes are supported: VFO, Memory, Programmable Memory or Selected Memory. 500 Memories per VFO are available. Each memory can store: frequency, mode, tag, repeater information, tone, DCS, antenna squelch information, memory skip information and transmission output. There is a port for a microSD card. The control head is removable and a 10 foot remote cable is supplied (19.6 foot optional). This radio comes:  MH-48A6JA DTMF hand mic, SCU-20 PC Cable, mounting bracket, 10 foot control head cable, bracket for controller, DC cord and Owner's Manual.

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