Yaesu FT-991

FT-991 ALL-BAND, multimode portable transceiver.

Yaesu FT-991
The Yaesu FT-991 offer full mode operation on 160 to 6 meters plus coverage of UHF and VHF bands! The FT-991 is a compact, lightweight package suitable for mobile and base installations.

The Yaesu transceiver offer a built in antenna tuner (for 160-6m) and uses a LC switching network with a 100 channel memory, to reduce tuning time. The transceiver comes standard with a ± 0.5PPM high resolution DDS/PLL local oscillator, capable to provide excellent stability for demanding digital modes.

Measures: 8.8″(W) x 3″ (H) x 9.9″ (L) at just 9.7 pounds.

USB Port connections

The FT-991 can be easily connected to a computer via the built in USB  port for CAT control and future  firmware updates, or the use of the optional SCU-17 Interface Unit to support USB Audio In/Out, TX Control (PTT, Key, Shift).

The new compact Yaesu transceiver can be considered the successor of the popular Yaesu FT-897, discontinued in mid 2014.

FT-991 Price and Availability

This product, announced by Yaesu at tokyo ham-fair during summer 2014,  will be available in the european market during first quarter of 2015 at a suggested price of  1425,00 euro.

Link to official FT-991 Yaesu Web Site

Yaesu FT-991 Links

Yaesu FT-991 Manual
Yaesu FT-991 Manual
PDF file of the Yaesu FT-991 manual...

CATconv Yaesu FT-991  HamRadio Deluxe Controller
CATconv Yaesu FT-991 HamRadio Deluxe Controller
This app permit to work in DigiModes using the latest free version of HamRadio Deluxe Suite with the new Yaesu FT-9...

Yaesu FT-991 Memory Manager
Yaesu FT-991 Memory Manager
Free memory management software for the Yaesu FT-991 and FT-991A models. It runs only on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 both 32 and 64...

FT991 MARS Mod
FT991 MARS Mod
This modification will expand the tx frequency range of the Yaesu FT-991 from allowing just ham radio bands, to all bands 1.8...

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  1. 1425 euro works out to be 1777 usd . When I rreserved a unit with gigaparts they said the price would be close to 1000 usd . That’s not even close !

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