*New Radio* Yaesu FTM 6000 R/E

Holiday season, Christmas season approaching and Yaesu have something new they’d like us to spend money on. A new 50 watt mobile radio with 144-146 and 430-440 MHz transmit coverage and 108-999.995 MHz extended receive coverage. Below we’ve got the mock up / PC design photo I suppose. Cost and availability sadly at the moment I’ve no news.

Yaesu new analog dual-band FM vehicle transceiver for the 144 and 430 MHz ranges.
High audio quality with its 3W output, detachable front panel from the radio body, optional Bluetooth unit (BU-4) for hands-free operation with the SSM-BT10 accessory headset.
Simple and immediate user interface with some basic functions that can be recalled immediately using the function keys.
Wide reception range including the AIR Band, 50W output power, 1,100 memories.
Radio dimensions 139 x 42 x 132 mm., Front panel dimensions 140 x 40.5 x 35 mm., Weight about 1.1 Kg.

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4 thoughts on “*New Radio* Yaesu FTM 6000 R/E

  1. It’s the same foot print as the ftm-300. It’s pretty much looking like an updated FT-90. The tiny little 50 watt analog dualband they made years ago. Doesn’t have a lot of appeal. At least not for me.

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