Open Box Yaesu FTM-3100R 144Mhz 65W FM Mobile Transceiver S/N:0H590497
Open Box Yaesu FTM-3100R 144Mhz 65W FM Mobile Transceiver S/N:0H590497. Radio tested and works as designed.
Yaesu FTM-3100R 144Mhz 65W FM Mobile Transceiver
Following on the recent introduction of the new VHF C4FM/FM mobile FTM-3200DR, we are very pleased to announce a VHF FM mobile transceiver - the FTM-3100R.
The new FTM-3100R is a VHF conventional FM mobile transceiver that has all the features the FTM-3200R has, except C4FM Digital mode.
The features include a ruggedly built yet compact VHF mobile transceiver, offering Yaesu’s legendary mechanical toughness and high output power of up to 65 Watts. This new mobile is equipped with a heavy-duty heat sink that includes an extraordinary FACC; Funnel Air-Convection Conductor (Wind Tunnel). The FACC gathers cool air through a wide open front air-intake and concentrates the air flow to the critical final amplifier area drawn by a rear cooling fan.
Thanks to its 3 Watts Front Panel Speaker, you can enjoy superior sound quality and stress-free communications – even in noisy and harsh environments.
Like other ever-popular Yaesu VHF mobiles, the expanded receiver coverage of the FTM-3100R is 136 – 174MHz, and provides 220 memory channels with 8 Alpha-numeric Tags consisting of 199 “Regular” memories, one “Home” channel for a favorite frequency or repeater pair, and 10 sets of band-edge memories. This new mobile is very easy to operate. For instance, when rapid channel selection simplicity is desired, you can utilize the “Memory Only Mode” feature to select channels you programmed without any VFO operation. You will also enjoy using the four programmable keys on the supplied microphone that allow one-touch access to your favorite command functions such as “Recall Home Channel,” “Scan Operation,” “Set the TX Power,” and “Open Squelch.” The commands available with the microphone replicate the corresponding front panel functions.
Other practical functions standard in the FTM-3100R include: CTCSS/DCS encode/decode with split Tone and DCS encode-only capability; RF Squelch circuit that allows the operator to set the squelch to open at a programmed setting of the S-Meter; a transmit Time-Out-Timer (TOT); Automatic Power-Off (APO); Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS); Busy Channel Lock-Out (BCLO); Separate Transmit Frequency Memories (“Odd Splits”); and a bright multi-colored LED State Indicator on the faceplate. This Indicator LED visibly and clearly informs the operator about the current state of the transceiver with a two-color combination on the upper and lower portions. For example: when receiving audio, Green is illuminated on both portions but when receiving signals with unmatched tone frequency or DCS code or receiving a signal level less than the RF Squelch S-meter level setting, the indicator in the lower portion blinks in Blue.