Yaesu FT-818ND

Yaesu FT-818ND HF VHF UHF All mode portable transceiver


Yaesu Logo at dxzone.comYaesu present the new Yaesu FT-818ND HF/50/144/430 MHz All Mode transceiver.

The FT-818 can be considered the updated version of the previous FT-817ND, with which share the popular form factor and case.

FT-818 Main Features:

  • Ultra compact, lightweight body: W135 x H38 x D 165 mm / body approximately 900 g)
  • Stable high-grade communication with high accuracy TCXO of ± 0.5 ppm
  • Transmission output of 6 W (AM: 2 W)
  • Nickel metal hydride battery pack (9.6 V 1900 mAh) included as standard
  • Can be operated with 8 AA alkaline batteries
  • Usable voltage: DC 8.0 V to 16.0 V
  • Reception:100 kHz to 30 MHz – 50 MHz to 54 MHz – 76 MHz to 108 MHz (WFM only)  – 108 MHz to 154 MHz – 420 MHz to 470 MHz
  • Covers amateur bands from 1.9 MHz band to 430 MHz band in all mode (SSB / CW / AM / FM)
  • Quick frequency / function setting with multifunction key and select knob
  • 208 channel memory
  • Various scanning functions
  • Multifunction display
  • Equipped with two antenna terminals (BNC / M type) capable of all band operation
  • Full-fledged CW operation is possible with outstanding CW function
  • Various IF filters available for full-fledged SSB / CW operation (optional)
  • Supports various data communication (RTTY, PSK 31, JT 65, FT 8)
  • CAT control compatible
Yaesu FT-818
The new Yaesu FT-818ND HF VHF UHF All Modes portable transceiver

What’s New on FT-818ND

  • Increased power output 6W (SSB, CW, FM) 2.0W (AM Carrier) NEW
  • Improved frequency stability ±0.5 ppm: Built-in TCXO-9 NEW
  • Larger battery capacity: 9.6V/1900mAh (SBR-32) NEW
  • 5MHz band (WRC-15 + UK frequency) Operation available NEW

FT-818ND Supplied Accessories:

• Hand Microphone(MH-31A8J)
• Battery (SBR-32 9.6V 1900mAh Ni-MH )
• Battery Case (FBA-28) (Requires 8 “AA: batteries)
• Whip Antenna for 50/144/430 MHz (YHA-63)
• DC Cable (E-DC-6)
• Shoulder Strap, Ferrite Core, Rubber Foot
• Operating Manual
• Battery Charger (PA-48U/C)


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