The Yaesu FRG-7 is an all mode receiver covering 200 kHz to 29.90 MHz in four bands. Modes of reception include AM, USB and LSB/CW. The display is linear analog providing up to ±5 kHz dial accuracy. Features include: RF Attenuator, Preselector, Fine Tuning [later production], Tone Control and ANL. There is a carry handle on the right side. The rear panel has high and low impedance antenna inputs. The FRG-7 operates from 120 VAC, 13 VDC or 8 D cells that plug in the battery pack that is accessible via the rear panel.
Early versions did not feature the fine tuning knob.
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