*Part II* Yaesu FT-DX 10

Thanks to Björn and also Michael who’ve kindly sent more information about the announced Yaesu FT-DX10. Below we’ve added what they’ve sent via the contact form and we’d like to thank them for this. For our friends in the USA I can confirm as of today’s date this transceiver has not been FCC approved although this is expected in the next month I’m informed. I’m informed a European price of €1,550 + VAT is possible. While in the USA over $2000 price point is expected.

In the UK I’ve found Lamco will be a seller: https://tinyurl.com/y2rw2e8j

FT DX 10 Features

  • 15 separate band pass filters
  • Effective QRM rejection with the IF DSP (IF SHIFT/WIDTH, IF NOTCH DNF, DNR, COUNTOUR)
  • High-quality and super stable final amplifier utilizing the new push-pull MOSFET RD70HUP2
  • Aluminum Heat Sink with 80mm low-noise axial flow cooling fan
  • High Speed Automatic Antenna Tuner with a large capacity 100-channel memory
  • RF & AF Transmit Monitor
  • Microphone Amplifier with Three-stage parametric Equalizer (SSB/ AM mode)
  • QMB (Quick Memory Bank)
  • Band Stack Function
  • Optional speaker – SP-30 designed for the new FTDX10
  • Optional roofing filter (300Hz) – XF-130CN available

Features FT-DX10

  • HF/50 MHz Transceiver (incl. 60m)
  • Hybrid SDR receiver – Downconverter 9 MHz ZF + direct sampling SDR
  • 250 MHz HRDDS Synthesizer
  • 500, 3000, 15 kHz Roofing Filter (300 Hz optional)
  • 15 separate bandpass filters
  • Adjustable ZF Shift & Width, ZF Notch, Contour Filter Audio Peak Filter and more
  • Push-Pull MOSFET PA 5 – 100W transmit power (5 – 25W AM)
  • 5″ Touch Display with 3D Spectrum Stream display
  • Quick Memory Bank
  • Decoder for CW, RTTY and PSK-31
  • SD memory card (optional)
  • Remote operation with Yaesu SCU-10LAN

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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