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Yaesu's Newest Rig for 2012
HF/50 MHz 100 W Transceiver, the FTDX3000 has only one receiver, a high speed Spectrum Scope is built into the radio. When in the Auto Mode, the Spectrum Scope display is updated in real time. The 3.5-inch wide color LCD displays the operating information and the status of
the transceiver functions, with high resolution (480 x 272 dots) on the screen and The 32 bit high speed floating decimal DSP.

PLEASE NOTE: The Fox Tango club is Rated G...No politics, religion or crude language or jokes. We're all about camaraderie and enjoying the Ham Radio Hobby! And we're proud to be a forum that WELCOMES all new Hams to our ranks. Please identify yourself or your amateur call sign when you sign in.

This group is dedicated to owners and those interested in the New FTdx3000 transceiver produced by Yaesu. The company actively monitors the club forums by taking an interest in the product end user.

-Introduction: The Yaesu Fdx-3000 is an elite-class HF transceiver providing exceptional performance both on transmit and receive.

Topics of discussion include, but are not limited to, proper operation, repair, alignment, software updates, options and restoration of the product.


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