Yaesu FTdx101D 100W HF/6M Transceiver *£85 CASHBACK*

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Yaesu FTdx101D 100W HF/6M Transceiver *£85 CASHBACK*
Part Number: FTDX101D
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Please find the 60m/4m instructions here.

Peter Hart G3SJX says in the OCTOBER RADCOM Review, “Of all the top-end radios currently available, the FTDX101D is my current favourite.  It is the only radio which excels in all performance areas and has an excellent balance of features, functions and user ergonomics.  The display and the presentation of information on the display is first class and the price is very reasonable for a radio in this category.”

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>It's OFFICIAL. Sherwood Engineering places the new FTdx101D as the No.1 receiver available today. CLICK HERE.

In homage to YAESU Musen Founder, Sako Hasegawa, Yaesu Japan is excited to introduce a new High-Class HF/50/70MHz Transceiver, the all-new FTdx101D (100W) & FTdx101MP (200W)..

The FTdx101D & FTdx101MP utilise the latest bleading edge Hybrid SDR Technology and classified as Yaesu's High-End HF line, the FTdx series, which amateurs have come to know represents superior quality and leading edge performance.

Here's a few of the remarkable features of the FTdx101D/MP

 YAESU High-Class HF/50MHz/70MHz* 100W (D) & 200W (MP) Transceiver
 Hybrid SDR Technology and Waterfall Display
 Large Touch Panel precision Colour Display
 Active Band Monitor enables rapid band changes with LED illumination of the operating band
 Independent control of the Main and Sub Bands allows effortless operation for the serious contester needing to move quickly between the amateur bands
Automatic / Manual High-Q VC Tuning Front-End Preselector
 Main tuning dial for Main and Sub Band frequency control includes an Outer Dial for clarifier, VC tuning, fine tuning or custom  settings.

As you may recall, the name “101” comes from Yaesu's legendary-popular best seller FT-101 series.
With all its strength & design power,
YAESU produced this new HF transceiver to carry on the tradition of high quality known from the original 101 series. The new FTdx101D & MP will be certain to satisfy the variety of many amateur radio enthusiasts’ demands.

*70MHz Output Power 50W (D spec)
Video courtesy of JR2TTS/NI3B
Please note the VCT-101 is standard in the main receiver of the FTdx101D & is fitted as standard in the BOTH receivers of the FTdx101MP.  You can add an additional VCT-101 to the sub-receiver of the FTdx101D as an option. See: VCT-101

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Definitely A Contest-Grade Transceiver!
Having now owned the FTDX101D for 8 months, I thought it was time to give a review. The excellence of the receiver section has been commented on several times, and even a cursory inspection of the Sherwood Engineering Labs report shows that it is indeed a contest grade transceiver, rather I would like to highlight some of the things that I think could do with improvement, and hopefully will be the subject of a future firmware update. I should add that I have installed the VCT-101 pre-selector to the sub-receiver and the 300Hz and 1.2kHz accessory filters to both the main and sub-receivers. Although Yaesu indicates that these accessories have to be factory installed, in fact if you are reasonably competent, use an anti-static mat and wrist strap, and a soldering iron with a grounded tip, then there is no real difficulty. The only point of note, take care with the coaxial cables and connectors, they are sub-miniature and somewhat fragile. Probably best to wait until the warranty has expired. 1. Spectrum Display. I, like many other reviewers, wish that the display was averaged. The Icom IC-7300 and IC-7610 transceivers both have a superior display as a result of averaging, and an investigation with my Siglent spectrum analyser showed that using a 2 to 5 times average gave the best displays. Without averaging it is difficult to really see weak signals, whereas when averaged they are clearly visible. This is particularly evident when using an external monitor. Perhaps Yaesu could provide an adjustable averaging feature from 1, no averaging, to perhaps 5 maximum averaging in a future firmware release. 2. 3D-SS. Apart from its novelty value, I cannot see a use for this. Fortunately it can be turned off. It was not a major purchase point anyway. 3. Real-Time Clock. Although the transceiver is equipped with a Real-Time Clock, its only function is that of providing a date-time stamp for files saved to the SD card. As this transceiver is a direct competitor to the Icom IC-7610, which displays its RTC, would it really be too much trouble to provide an on-screen clock? Again, a candidate for a future firmware update. 4. Mic Gain/Compression Level/AMC. From other reviews, I find that I am not alone in having great difficulty getting the optimum settings. The User Manual, especially with the latest firmware where the AMC cannot be turned off, is of little use. In the end I used a monitor receiver as well as a 40dB coupler in series with a dummy load feeding both my oscilloscope and spectrum analyser to set the levels to get the optimum RF power output without clipping or splattering. 5. SD Card. The SD card is only used to save the current settings and screen shots. I was somewhat annoyed to find that I cannot record a QSO as can be done with both the Icom IC-7300 and IC-7610, as well as the recently released Yaesu FTDX-10. Again, this should be a fairly simple firmware fix to allow the digital audio to be saved to a WAV file on the SD card. 6. SD Card File Management. There is essentially no file management facility. If I wish to perform even simple file management operations, then I have to remove the card and put it in my computer. Please can we have at least a rudimentary disk O/S. 7. Rear Audio O/P. As the transceiver cannot record QSOs, I have to use the rear panel audio O/P socket. Can we please have the option like the headphone socket where the main receiver can be routed to both tip and ring, or the sub receiver to tip and ring so that a mono recording can be made on a normal stereo digital recorder, thus saving me the necessity of using an audio editor to combine tracks. Better yet, implement Item 5. 8. Front panel USB port. Whilst cable mice and keyboards work, some wireless mice do not. Only 1 of my 6 wireless mice works, a Logitech model M187 P/N: 810-005254, PID: LZ61733. Mice that do not work include: Logitech M505, Logitech M325, Logitech M170, TnB MM240W. These are fairly minor criticisms, which can be fixed in firmware. Nevertheless, I am very happy with this transceiver, I absolutely love the tactile connection with it by means of its smooth knobs, and nice positive buttons. Overall, definitely a 'contest-grade' transceiver. Adrian, 5B4AIY
Very nice radio
A beautiful radio, a joy to operate. Perhaps the only downside is the lack of a built-in psu. Otherwise faultless.
This clearly a very fine radio, congratulations to Yaesu. There is a but coming. When you buy what is essentially a base station, (it sure aint a mobile rig,) you expect a psu on board.
Radio arrived 2 weeks ago. What an awesome piece of kit. Thanks to ML&S for some excellent service and Shipping! 73 Donovan, ZS2DL
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