YAESU is excited to introduce a new High-Class HF/50MHz 100W Transceiver – FT-DX101D!
The new FTDX101D is utilizing the latest SDR Technology and classified as our High-End HF line, the FT-DX series, which amateurs have come to know represents quality.
A few of the remarkable features of the new FTDX101D are:
YAESU High-Class HF/ 50MHz 100W Transceiver
SDR Technology and Waterfall Display
Large Touch Panel precision color display
Active Band Monitor enables rapid band changes with LED illumination of the operating band
Independent control of the Main and Sub Bands allows effortless operation for the serious contester needing to move quickly between the amateur bands
High-Q VC Tuning Front-End
Main tuning dial for Main and Sub Band frequency control includes an Outer Dial for clarifier, VC tuning, fine tuning or custom settings.
As you may recall, the name “101” comes from Yaesu’s legendary-popular best seller FT-101 series. With all its strength, YAESU produced this new HF transceiver to carry on the tradition of high quality known from the original 101 series. The new FTDX101D will be certain to satisfy the variety of many amateur radio enthusiasts’ demands.
TX Frequency Ranges: 1.8 – 54 MHz (Amateur bands only)
RX Frequency Ranges: 30kHz – 75 MHz (operating), 1.8 – 29.699999 MHz (Specified performance, Amateur bands only), 50 MHz – 53.999999 MHz (Specified performance, Amateur bands only)
7-inch TFT Color Touch Panel Display, Resolution: 800 x 480 pixels
The FT DX 101 series uses a hybrid SDR configuration that integrates a direct sampling SDR receiver in order to view the entire band status in real time, with the excellent dynamic receiver performance achieved by the narrow band SDR receiver circuit.
By using this hybrid SDR design, the overall performance of the entire FTDX101 receiver system is improved. The Direct Sampling SDR driving the real time Spectrum display with its large dynamic range enables the weakest signal to be observed on the display when it appears and the Narrow Band SDR enables that signal to be selected, filtered and then decoded.