1500 watts, that’s how much this new amplifier produces. The VL-2000 from Yaesu.
But to get the full 1500 watts, this amplifier wants 48 volts, and specifically from the VP-2000 matching power supply which in it’s turn prefers 240 volts. But if you only have 120 volts to give, you’ll still get 500 watts.
More pictures here, manual here.
FCC ID: K6620321X70
Well, here it is then. Then Yaesu VX-8GR.
Just like the VX-8R but now it has the GPS build in, but without bluetooth.
My first question was, where does the speakermic go? It goes on the side now, instead of on top because that’s where the GPS unit is located now.
More pictures here. The manual here.
FCC ID: K6620415X20
The new Yaesu FTM-350 mobile dual-band tranceiver. Besides being able to transmit on 144 Mhz. and 430 Mhz. it also does 220 Mhz. and receives from 500 Khz. to 1000 Mhz. with some gaps.
FTM-350 Controller and Front
This radio has a build-in APRS TNC, and an optional GPS receiver. And ton of other features, so read up in the manual found here (part 1)
, here (part 2)
and here (part 3)
Some additional pictures can be found here, and pricing information it available at Universal Radio.
Another monster from Yaesu, the FTdx5000.
More pictures here (outside) and here (inside). Manual here (part 1) and here (part 2).
More information can be found at the folks from Universal Radio.
UPDATE: The FTdx5000MP has been FCC approved on 12/29/2010 FCC id: K6620361X61.
FCC id: K6620361X60
Yaesu’s new rugged deluxe 2 meter amateur mobile transceiver, the FT-2900R.
Can produce 75 watts, extended receive (136-174Mhz), direct frequency entry through the microphone and WIRES capable.
Manual here, more pictures here.
FCC ID: ‘K6620393X50′
Long awaited and star at the Dayton hamvention, and now approved by the FCC, the Yaesu VX-8R.
The VX-8R is very similar to the VX-7R, but among other features it has bluetooth and GPS capabilities.
Universal Radio has some good information on it here.
More picture here. And the manual here.
FCC ID: K6620295X20