*New* Yaesu FT-DX10 ‘Updated’

Available in December 2020 and weighing in at around £1600 comes this new HF / 50 and 70 MHz transceiver from Yaesu. Easy to see this radio relies heavily on the FTDX-101D display and is of course Software Defined Radio (SDR) That is a radio I’m guessing is going to fly off the shelves (maybe)

Video link supplied by Rob PE9PE a man with his finger on pulse of ham radio

Lamco will have them cheaper too! https://tinyurl.com/y2rw2e8j

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  1. when is Icom going to wake up and do like Yaesu has done with the 991a and put vhf and uhf on . its to much like the 7300 that is now up for sale second hand all over. they have to bring a complete new radio out shack in the box. the Icom ic 7900 is out bot not many want 23 cems . they are to slow of the mark.


  2. Think it’s a hoax. It is marked hf/50 MHz on then front. No one else the Stanton has mentiond it. That’s strange.


    • From radio data sheet.

      Frequency Ranges:
      RX 30kHz – 75MHz (Operating)
      1.8MHz – 29.699999MHz (Specified performance, Amateur bands only)*
      *5.1675/5.332/5.348/5.3585/5.373/5.405MHz (US only), 5.351500-5.366500MHz (EU only)/ 5.25000-5.406500 (UK only)
      50MHz – 53.999999MHz (Specified performance, Amateur bands only)
      70MHz – 70.499999MHz (Specifed performance, UK Amateur bands version only) TX 1.8 – 54MHz (Amateur bands only)


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