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Date Posted by Category User IP

2017-09-13 (UTC)

N2OZ

HF Radios

13.sub-174-200-7.myvzw.com

FT DX 5000MP

FT DX 5000MP HF/50 MHz 200W Transceiver
The FT DX 5000MP HF/50 MHz 200 Watt Transceiver is a Premium Class Yaesu radio with 2 Independent Receivers plus many unique options and accessories designed to meet the Performance Requirements of even the most demanding Amateur Radio operatorFT DX 5000MP Limited Brief Description
SM-5000 Station Monitor Optional; 300 Hz Roofing Filter Included; ±0.05ppm OCXO Included.
FT DX 5000D Brief Description - NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION
SM-5000 Station Monitor Included; 300 Hz Roofing Filter Optional; ±0.5ppm TXCO Included.
FT DX 5000 Brief Description - NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION
SM-5000 Station Monitor Optional; 300 Hz Roofing Filter Optional; ±0.5ppm TXCO Included.
Rugged 200 Watt Output Power
The FTDX 5000MP robust and high-power Final Amplifier Stage incorporates two super reliable FET, VRF-150 (Drain-Source Voltage 170 V/Gate Source Voltage ±40 V, Total Device Dissipation 300 W) in a push-pull configuration, offers solid 200 W output (75 W Class A operation).
Internal Power Supply
The FT DX 5000MP has its own built-in power supply
TWO Totally Independent Receivers
All FT DX 5000 Transceivers include Two (2) Totally Independent Receivers to give you Performance and Flexibility previously only provided by much more expensive radios. Many options come with the radio.
732 672 7876 Best offer.

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