High power output with No Cooling Fan Needed, a huge, easy-to-read display, and one-touch WIRES™ Internet Linking Access capability are yours with the rugged new FT-2900R!
75 Watts Power Output
Four selectable power output levels are provided: 75/25/10/5 Watts. The power selection may be stored into memory, allowing you to conserve power while using strong local repeaters.
Large LCD Display
The large 6 digit backlit LCD on the FT-2900R ensure excellent visibility
Excellent Receiver Performance
The FT-2900M’s receiver front end features Yaesu’s renowned Advanced Track Tuning RF input filtering, which affords outstanding protection from Intermodulation distortion.
CTCSS and DCS Encode/Decode Built In
For easy repeater access, or silent monitoring of busy channels, both CTCSS and DCS (Digital Code Squelch) Encoder/Decoder circuits are built in. CTCSS and DCS configuration data may be stored independently in each memory channel. A “Split Tone” mode also allows operation on systems where CTCSS and DCS are used separately on the repeater uplink/downlink.
Extensive Memory System
The FT-2900E provides a total of 221 memory channels, including 200 “regular” memories, ten pairs of band-limit memories, and an instant-recall “Home” channel you can dedicate to a frequently-used repeater or simplex frequency. Memories can store repeater shift information, CTCSS/DCS data, power output level, scanning status (“Skip”), and Alpha-Numeric labels.
Alpha-Numeric Channel Display
Memory channels may be displayed either with the channel frequency or a personalized Alpha-Numeric label, for easy channel recognition. Up to six letters, characters, or numbers may be used for labeling channels.
MH-48A6J DTMF Direct Access Microphone
The backlit MH-48A6J microphone allows direct keypad frequency entry, or keypad memory channel recall. On transmit, the MH-48A6J allows manual entry of DTMF tones for autopatch use, and the FT-2800M also includes a nine-memory, 16-digit DTMF Autodialer. Four user-programmable “soft” keys on the microphone may be programmed for easy control of a number of different features, and the [A]/[B]/[C]/[D] keys replicate the functions of the keys on the front panel of the transceiver, for maximum convenience while driving.
|Frequency Range Receive|| : ||137-174 MHz|
|Frequency Range Transmit|| : ||144-146 MHz |
|Channel Steps|| : ||5/10/12.5/15/20/25/50/100 kHz |
|Frequency Stability|| : ||Better than ±10 ppm (-20°C to +60°C) |
|Mode of Emission|| : ||F2D/F3E |
|Antenna Impedance|| : ||50 Ohm, Unbalanced |
|Operating temp range|| : ||-4° to +140°F (-20°C to +60°C) |
|Supply Voltage|| : ||DC 13.8V ±15%, Negative Ground |
|Current Consumption (typical)|| : || RX: Less than 0.7A (max. audio) | Less than 0.3A (Squelched) |
| : ||TX: 15A (75W) / 9A (30W) / 5A (10W) / 4A (5W) |
|Operating Temperature Range|| : ||-20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F) |
|Case Size|| : ||6.3 x 2.0 x 7.3 inches (w/o knobs) | 160(W) x 50(H) x 185(D) mm |
|Weight|| : ||4.0 lb. (1.9 kg) |
|RF Power Output|| : ||75/25/10/5 Watts |
|Modulation Type|| : ||Variable Reactance |
|Maximum Deviation|| : ||±5 kHz / ±2.5 kHz |
|Spurious Radiation|| : ||Better than -60dB |
|Microphone Impedance|| : ||2 K Ohm |
|Circuit Type|| : ||Double-Conversion Superheterodyne |
|Intermediate Frequencies|| : ||21.7 MHz and 450 kHz |
|Sensitivity (12dB SINAD)|| : ||Better than 0.4uV |
|Selectivity (-6/-60 dB)|| : ||12 kHz/28 kHz |
|IF Rejection|| : ||Better than 70 dB |
|Image Rejection|| : ||Better than 70 dB |
|Maximum AF Output|| : ||3 W into 4 Ohm @ 10% THD |
Specifications are subject to change without notice, and are guaranteed within amateur bands only.
Frequency ranges and repeater shift vary according to transceiver version.