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Yaesu FT-200

A picture of Yaesu FT-200


Type:Amateur HF transceiver
Frequency range: 10-80 m in 8 bands
3.5-4.0 MHz (80 m)
7.0-7.5 MHz (40 m)
14.0-14.5 MHz (20 m)
21.0-21.5 MHz (15 m)
28.0-28.5 MHz (10 m A), optional
28.5-29.0 MHz (10 m B)
29.0-29.5 MHz (10 m C), optional
29.5-30.0 MHz (10 m D), optional
Tuning steps:Analog / continuous
Frequency stability:Within 100 Hz every 30 minute period after warmup
Mode:AM / SSB / CW
Channels / memory management: None
Repeater shift / offset:No
Power supply:Mains: 117 or 234 VAC (Separate FP-200 PSU)
or 12 VDC (Separate DC-200 PSU)
Current drain / power consumption:RX: ? mA
TX: Max ? A
Antenna impedance / connector:50-75 ohm / SO-239
Dimensions (W*H*D):330*140*279 mm (13*5.5*11")
Weight:7.26 Kg (16 lb)
Other features:VOX. ANL. 100 KHz calibrator.

Receiver system: Single conversion superheterodyne
IF: 9 MHz
Sensitivity:0.5 uV (10 dB S/N)
Selectivity:SSB: 2.3 KHz (-6 dB)
4 KHz (-60 dB)
Image rejection:50 dB
AF output power / speaker:1 W at 10% distortion / External only
External speaker connector:8 and 600 ohm

RF output power:

Max pwr
AM:+40 W
SSB (PEP):+100 W
CW:+100 W
Modulation system:
Max FM deviation (Factory set):No FM
Spurious emissions:Better than -? dB
Microphone impedance / connector:? ohm / 3-pin (6.3 mm / ")
Microphone input level:? mV

Manufactured:Japan, 1969-197x (Discontinued)
Additional info: Two 6JS6A finals
Early version had a silver front, while later version was
black with slightly changed functions.
Also sold as Henry Tempo One and Sommerkamp FT-250.
New price 1969 in Australia: $345.00 AUD
New price 1977 in Sweden: SEK 3650:-
Related documents:User manual (1.5 MB)
Modifications and fixes:
Options / Accessories:
DC power supply. 12 VDC.
Linear amplifier. ~600 W (1.2 KW input)
Matching PSU with speaker
External VFO
A picture of a black Yaesu FT-200