Yaesu FT-736R Desktop VHF/UHF Transceiver

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6 m & 23 cm option

Frequency range

RX-range
144-146 / 430-440 MHz (Europe)
TX-range
144-146 / 430-440 MHz (Europe)
HAM bands
-
Stability
-
Tuning steps
-
Filters
-

Receiver

Modulations
FM   CW   SSB  
Sensitivity
-
Selectivity
-
Receiver system
-
IF-frequencies
-
Image rejection
-
Audio output
-

Transmitter

Modulations
FM   CW   SSB  
RF-Output
25/25 W

Connections

Antenna
SO-239
Impedance
50 Ω

Electrical

Power requirements
13.8V DC or mains
Current drain RX
-
TX
-

Physical

Dimensions (w×h×d)
368 × 129 × 286 mm (14.49 × 5.08 × 11.26 in)
Weight
9.00 kg (19.9 lbs)
Form factor
Base Station
Manufactured
Between 1987 and 19xx
MPN

Other features

Memories
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Usage
Amateur / Ham radio operators
Features + options
-
Accessories
-

Manuals, diagrams and brochures

Yaesu FT-736R band module installation submitted by RigReference
 
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What is it worth?

Estimating the value of a rig can be challenging. We collect prices paid by real hams over the years to help you estimate the current value of the Yaesu FT-736R. Just bought or sold this model? Let us know what you traded it for and help other ham operators!

Based on historic data, today's value of the Yaesu FT-736R might be around:

  • EUR 315.00
  • USD 268.00
Price Condition Year User
USD 540.00 Okay / Used 2010 eBay
USD 1700.00 Mint / New 1993 zm1267
USD 1700.00 Mint / New 2002 ralphm
EUR 350.00 Good / Used 2014 Pd2juz

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Stories & reviews

Great VHF/UHF radio

Yaesu FT-736R, Desktop VHF/UHF Transceiver

Since purchasing this radio new back in the early 90's, I've added just about every accessory to the radio I could find. I've used it for the VHF contests on 6M, 2M, 70CM, 222MHz and 1.2GHz, and it's worked just fine. Computer control for the satellites is easy. The only major problem I've had with it is the power supply - just like other owners have found, the internal power supply quit working. I have yet to replace the bad caps - I'd rather run it off of 12V anyways. This radio seems to be what others are compared to, and was top of the line in it's day. Modules can still be found (expect big $$$ for the 1.2GHz module), and I'm sure there's still 1,000's still in use world-wide today. Prices have significantly dropped for the basic radio - if you're looking for one, be sure of what features are included. Some out there are being sold stripped down with no PL board or the CW filter (the filter was included in my radio when I bought it). Prices for accessories can be high! I love the radio because of the sensitivity and options available. If I could buy another one, I would!

Written by zm1267 on Dec 6, 2010

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Value for money
Aquired
Mint condition in 1993
USD 1700.00