Is Yaesu a good brand?

Is Yaesu a good brand?

The Yaesu brand is well known among ham radio aficionados and is synonymous with premium quality ham radios. From stationary multi-feature communications equipment to portable devices, YAESU has consistently represented the best in communications equipment to the world’s top DX’ers for over half a century.

When was ft 897 released?

Electronic keyer, digital microphone equalizer, CTCSS encoder and decoder, 0.5ppm TCXO, 200 memories, spectrum scope. Ideated in Japan, year of introduction 2001 (FT-897) / 2004 (FT-897D).

Where is Yaesu manufactured?

It was made in Japan. Don’t confuse the battery “made in China” label with the radio label under the battery. Even if it is made in China, it is made to Yaesu specs, nor CCR specs. I’m sure you will enjoy it for many years to come.

Is Yaesu better than BaoFeng?

After all the testing, I prefer the Yaesu My quick pick is the Yaesu FT-60R. While it’s significantly more expensive than the BaoFeng BF-F8HP, it’s more durable, has more functions, better and more accurate documentation, and easier programming. BaoFengs are also very popular, but they come with complications.

What replaced the FT 897d?

Yaesu FT-991 is the next upcoming model from Yaesu, as the replacement for the recently discontinued FT-897. Highlights include 3.5″ TFT touch display, a spectrum scope, 32-bit IF DSP, internal antenna tuner and C4FM.

Does Yaesu own standard horizon?

The joint venture was dissolved effective January 1, 2012. The Vertex Standard land mobile division operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The Amateur Radio, Airband and Marine Radio business was transferred to the new company “Yaesu Musen”….Yaesu (brand)

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What is better than BaoFeng?

Where are BaoFeng radios made?

Baofeng (company) – a radio equipment manufacturer in China.

What does Yaesu mean in Japanese?

Yaesu (八重洲) is a district in Chūō, Tokyo, Japan, located north of Ginza, west of Nihonbashi and Kyōbashi, and adjacent to the east side of Tokyo Station. The Yaesu exit of this station, which faces Nihonbashi, is recent and primarily provides access to the Shinkansen platforms.

Why is there a shortage of ham radios?

Options are limited due to the tight market for used radio equipment and shortages of new gear. Worse still, the limited stock of all equipment is commanding high prices.