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YAESU FT-270R VHF 136-174Mhz Handheld radio

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  • FT-270R (EXP)
  • Japan
  • Tag:FT-270R
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  • China(Hongkong)China(Hongkong)
  • 11 - 50 People
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  • Mr.CHAN
  • 852-31470212
Post Date : May 26
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FT-270R (EXP)
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1 x Yaesu FT-270R VHF 136-174MHZ
1 x FNB-83 7.2V 1400mAH Battery
1 x SMA Antenna
1 x Charger NC-88B/C/U*
1 x Belt Clip


5 Watts Ouput

The FT-270R provides 5 Watts of solid power
Large Backlit LCD Display
Want a handheld with a display you can actually see?! The FT-270R is the handheld for you.
The FT-270R conforms to IPX7 specifications for submersibility (submersion for up to 30 minutes at a depth of three feet).
Outstanding Receiver Audio
The FT-270R's hefty 700 mW of audio provides plenty of volume when operating in a noisy environment.
1400 mAh Battery Pack Yields Long Operating Time
The FT-270R is supplied with a long-life 1400 mAh Ni-MH Battery Pack, for extended operating time during search-and-rescue or public service event operations.
Power Saving Circuit Design
The FT-270R design includes Yaesu's exclusive power saving circuit design to ensure longer operating time that most other handhelds with comparable batteries.
Expanded Receiver Coverage
The receiver's frequency range is 136-174 MHz, covering many public service, marine, and government channels.
User Password
To prevent an unauthorized person from using your FT-270R, you may engage a security password that must be keyed in prior to operation, if you like.
200 Memory Channels
The 200 memories may be partitioned into as many as 10 memory groups. Alpha-numeric labeling is available on all memories.
Keyboard Frequency Entry
Operating frequencies may be entered directly from the front panel keypad, which may also be used for quick recall of memory channels by number.
Weather Broadcast Channels
In the U.S. version, a dedicated special memory bank of ten NOAA Weather Channels is available, with a "Severe Weather" alert capability.
EAI (Emergency Automatic ID) Feature
Ideal for search-and-rescue work, the EAI feature can be commanded on so as to identify your FT-270R, and engage your PTT and microphone, remotely in an emergency situation. So if you don't check in during a search, help can be dispatched, with the automatic TX function allowing others to perform direction finding.
Split Tone Capability
Besides the usual CTCSS and DCS Encode/Decode features you've come to know and love on a Yaesu transceiver, the FT-270R includes a "Split Tone" capability that allows you to Encode a CTCSS tone, and Decode DCS, or vice-versa. You can also Encode (without decoding) either CTCSS or DCS.

Frequency Range Receive: 136 - 174 MHz
Frequency Range Transmit: 136 - 174 MHz
Channel Steps: 5/10/12.5/15/20/25/50 & 100 kHz
Standard Repeater Shift: ±600 kHz
Emission Type: F2D, F3E
Supply Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Current Consumption: 165 mA (Receive)
8 mA (Auto Power Off)
1500mA (5W)
Case Size: 2.4" (W) x 4.7" (H) x 1.3" (D)
Weight: 13.8 oz 390 g. (with antenna & battery)

Circuit Type: Double-conversion super heterodyne
Sensitivity (12dB SINAD): Better than 0.16uV
Adjacent Channel Selectivity: Better than 70 dB
Intermediate Frequencies: First: 21.7 MHz. Second: 450 kHz.
Intermodulation: Better than 70 dB
AF Output: 800 mW @ 16 Ohms for 10% THD (@ 7.4 V)

RF Power Output: 5/2/0.5W (@ 7.2 VDC)
Frequency Stability: Better than ±5 ppm
Modulation Type: Variable Reactance F2D, F3E
Maximum Deviation: ±5 kHz / ±2.5 kHz
Spurious Emission: Better than 60 dB below carrier (at high and medium power)
Microphone Impedance: 2 k Ohm Condenser

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