The Yaesu FT-60R dual-band 2 meter/440 MHz HT boasts 5 watts output on both bands. It also features wideband receive from 108-520 and 700-999.990 MHz (less cellular).
An Emergency Automatic ID system will automatically cause your FT-60R to transmit your callsign and engage the mic if you are disabled and unable to press the PTT switch. Two programmable keys are provided for your convenience. There is even a password feature to prevent unauthorized use of your radio. Radio to radio cloning is possible with the optional CT-27A cable.
Other refinements include: One touch NOAA weather, nine DTMF auto dialer memories, die-cast weather resistant case, ARTS Auto-range transponder system. There is also a Mono-band and Memory-only operating mode.
- Handheld Amateur VHF/UHF Transceiver
- Frequency range RX
- 108-520 / 700-999 MHz (cellular blocked in the US)
- 144-146 / 430-440 MHz (Europe)
144-148 / 430-450 MHz (USA)
- Frequency stability
- better than ± 5 p.p.m.
- Tuning steps
- 5 / 10 / 12.5 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 50 / 100 kHz
- AM / FM
- 0.16 µV (12 dB SINAD - 140-150 MHz)
0.2 µV (12 dB SINAD - 420-470 MHz)
- 12 kHz (-6 dB), 35 kHz (-60 dB)
- Receiver system
- Double conversion
- 1st: 47.25 MHz
2nd: 450 kHz
- Image rejection
- Audio output
- 400 mW @ 8 Ohm
- 50 Ω
- Power requirements
- Nominal: 7.2V DC (battery pack), 6-16V DC (external)
- Current drain RX
- 45-125 mA
- Max 1.5 A
- Dimensions (w×h×d)
- 58 × 109 × 30 mm (2.28 × 4.29 × 1.18 in)
- 370 gr (13.1 oz)
- Form factor
- Between 2004 and 200x
- 1000 channels in 1 banks
- Amateur / Ham radio operators
- Alpha-tags. CTCSS & DCS. WIRES II. ARTS. Emergency Automatic ID (EAI).
- None available
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