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Old 05-12-2013, 1:29 AM
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Cool Yaesu FT-DX1200

Lower-cost HF rig:

Yaesu FTDX1200 Amateur Transceiver, FT-DX1200
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$1900 bucks is lower cost??

Just another reason to nix hf...

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I meant relative to their other newer offering the DX3000:

Yaesu FTDX3000 Amateur Transceiver, FTDX3000D
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I meant relative to their other newer offering the DX3000:

Yaesu FTDX3000 Amateur Transceiver, FTDX3000D
Due to the size of the antennas, hardware and equipment needed, not to mention the noise on the hf bands $19 is too much for a hf radio.
220 - 1.2ghz for me.

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