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Last Updated: 08/21/2013
This radio is a desk model radio that was HF/VHF/UHF transceiver.  It was in production about 1998 until 2007... maybe.  I know as of this writing (2011) it has been discontinued.  Fairly popular as hams upgraded from Tech to General since it covered the bands of the mobile radios and included HF.  

Some specs on it include: 

Frequency range: TX: 10-160 m + WARC/ 50-54 / 144-146 / 430-440 MHz (also 4 meters in the UK)
RX: 0.1-30 / 36-76 / 108-174 / 420-512 MHz

Mode: AM/FM/SSB/CW

RF Power output: FM/SSB/CW: 100/100/50/50 W AM: 25/25/12.5/12.5 W


We never did software for this radio for two reasons. 1)  Cabling.. we were not into cable development when this radio was current.  The connection at the radio was not one of the two made at the time.  2)  Desktop model - we were working with HTs and mobile radios when this radio was current.  People were not asking for programming software for desktop radios.  THis would have been an expensive radio to purchase just for development. 

It does have programming abilities and could be addressed with RT Software.  There is a possibility that in the future we will go back and address this radio.  

RT Systems does make a cable that will work for this radio for CAT operations.  That is the USB-65.  Like the USB-63 however, this is a null modem cable as needed for the FT-847.    This cable will work with other software that requires a com port.  



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