Print page

Yaesu FTM-350

(2.0/5) Add a review / View all reviews

Mobile VHF/UHF Transceiver

The Yaesu FTM-350R dual band mobile transceiver operates on 2 meters and 70 centimeters. And that is with a full 50 watts of reliable power on both bands. And even QRP 220 MHz (1 watt) is also supported (USA version only). It has two separate receivers with dual speakers on the rear of the control head. The controls are easy to use. On the left receiver enjoy the AM, FM and stereo FM broadcast bands with extended receive: 0.5-1.7, 76-108, 108-250, 300-1000 MHz (less former cellular frequencies). The right receiver covers 108-250, 300-1000 MHz (less former cellular frequencies). Enjoy 500 memories with alpha tagging for the left band and 500 for the right band (total 1000) plus 9 DTMF memories. And the FTM-350R menu system is easy to use. There is also stereo line inputs available. This radio is compatible with various APRS® functions. The FTM-350R is ready to accept the optional FGPS-1 internal GPS receiver-antenna. The front panel is easily remoteable with the 10 foot included cable. A 20 foot remote cable is available optionally. There is a front panel built-in microphone activates PTT transmission. Supplied with: MH-48A6JA DTMF hand mic, Front panel suction type mounting bracket, DC power cable, 10 foot control panel cable, speaker cable, spare fuse and Owner's Manual.

Introduction price in 2009: USD 629.-

Specifications
Type
Mobile Amateur VHF/UHF Transceiver 
Frequency range RX
0.5-1.8 (AM) / 76-108 (FM) / 108-250 / 300-1000 MHz (cellular block in some regions) 
TX
2m / 1.25m / 70cm (1.25m USA only) 
Frequency stability
±5 ppm 
Tuning steps
5 / 6.25 / 8.33 / 10 / 12.5 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 50 / 100 / 200 kHz 
Filters
Receiver
Modulations
AM / FM / N-FM / W-FM / W-FM Stereo 
Sensitivity
0.8 µV (10 dB SN, 108-137 MHz, AM)
0.2 µV (12 dB SINAD, 137-150 MHz, FM)
0.25 µV (12 dB SINAD, 150-174 MHz, FM)
1 µV (12 dB SINAD, 174-222 MHz, W-FM)
0.8 µV (10 dB SN, 300-336 MHz, AM)
0.25 µV (12 dB SINAD, 336-420 MHz, FM)
0.2 µV (12 dB SINAD, 420-470 MHz, FM)
5 µV (12 dB SINAD, 470-800, W-FM)
0.4 µV (12 dB SINAD, 800-900 MHz, FM)
0.8 µV (12 dB SINAD, 800-999 MHz, FM)
5 µV (10 dB SN, 0.5-1.7 MHz, AM)
2 µV (12 dB SINAD, 76-108 MHz, W-FM) 
Selectivity
N-FM/AM: 12 / 30 kHz (-6/-60 dB) 
Receiver system
Single conversion (AM radio)
Double conversion (FM/AM)
Triple conversion (W-FM) 
IF-frequencies
FM/AM radio
1st: 130 kHz (FM) / 50 kHz (AM)
FM/AM
1st: 47.25 (A) / 44.85 (B) MHz
2nd: 450 (A/B) MHz
W-FM
1st: 45.8 (A) / 44.0 (B) MHz
2nd: 10.7 MHz
3rd: 1 MHz (A) / 400 kHz (B) 
Image rejection
Audio output
4 W @ 4 ohm for 10% THD 
Transmitter
Modulations
(FM / N-FM optional) 
RF-output
50 / 20 / 5 W (USA version: 1 W QRP mode) 
Connections
Antenna
SO-239 
Impedance
50Ω 
Electrical
Power requirements
13.8V DC (11.7~15.8V DC) negative ground 
Current drain RX
0.5 A 
TX
10 A 
Physical
Dimensions (w×h×d)
157 × 66 × 184 mm (6.18 × 2.60 × 7.22 in) Chassis + front panel, without knobs 
Weight
2.1 kg (4.6 lbs) Chassis + front panel 
Form factor
Mobile 
Manufactured
Between 2009 and 201x  
Other features
Memories
1000 channels in 2 banks  
Usage
Amateur / Ham radio operators 
Manufacturer
Yaesu 
Model
FTM-350
Features
Alpha tags
GPS
APRS
DTMF
Repeater shift (±600 kHz)
Twin RX
Packet modem (1200/9600 baud)
8 different background colours 
Manuals, Diagrams and Brochures
 
Yaesu FTM-350R Operation manual
 
 
 
Have you spotted an error? Report it...

Yaesu FTM-350's price

Estimating the value of a rig can be challenging. The graph below shows historical prices paid by hams over the years. May it guide you to good fortune...

Link to this image:
Own(ed) this rig?
Contribute to the Price History database by adding this rig to your collection!

Videos

Videos are automatically fetched from YouTube. Not all rigs have matching videos
View more videos about the Yaesu FTM-350 on YouTube
Yaesu FTM-350 ratings
Performance
Build quality
Features
Ergonomics
Value for money
Overall
Based on 1 reviews
This rig
Compare equipment
Please select some radios to compare
Sorted rigs
Stay connected

© 2008 - 2014  RigReference.com
RigReference.com is a community web site for (ham) radio operators. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us at .

View this site in English | Deutsch | Nederlands

About us | Terms of use | Contact

Loading...