Yaesu FT-991 approved by FCC

FT-991 FCC-Approved

FT-991 Approved by FCC

Yaesu FT-991This week Yaesu FT-991 has been type-accepted by the FCC this week.

Pictures of the Yaesu radio published in this article are taken by the public documentation provided by Yaesu in its FCC approval request filing.

If you are interested in viewing the FCC approval request for yourself, and download additional pictures and documentation, lookup for FCC ID  “K6620575X50″.

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  1. Why should the government be able to decide if a new radio model can be used by anyone as long as it meets all legal requirements (power etc). What are we? Children? The amateur radio industry should be free to produce any legal radio that meets legal specifications and bring it to market without delay from any government.

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