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Yaesu VR5000 Communications receiver 0-2600 mhz Very rare


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Brenton @ posnXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Tangambalanga, VIC, Australia
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$ 850.00
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Would never sell this usually, but a new project cropped up, so a clean out….A beautiful and very rare Yaesu VR5000 with most options fitted, its just jam packed. has DSP1, voice unit, its a very rare unit for me to be selling. The VR5000 is so rare, however we mistakenly put up the FRG9600 photo as the VR5000 , no wonder it didnt sell. Anyway, the correct photo, correct info now…doh!!!

$850

email:- Brenton @ posnav .com .au (no spaces)


Features

Wide Frequency Coverage

2000 Memories

Dual Receive

Program/Alarm/Sleep Timer

Real-Time Spectrum Display

Radio Controlled Band Search

VFO/Memory Scan

Smart Search™

Attenuator

10.7 MHz IF Output Jack

Tone Control

Squelch Control

Display Dimmer

PC Port

Password Lock

Optional FVS-1A Voice Synthesizer

Optional DSP-1

Audio Wave Meter


The Yaesu VR-5000 provides sophisticated wideband reception. Coverage is from 100 kHz to 2600 MHz (2.6 GHz) less cellular, in AM, FM-Narrow, FM-Wide, LSB, USB and CW. This radio features a real-time bandscope that can display: 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 2.5, 5.0 or 10.0 MHz. of spectrum. You get 2000 alphanumeric memory channels grouped into 100 banks. The priority channel may be set for 1, 2, 5 or 10 seconds. According to lab tests recently performed by Passport to World Band Radio, which they have granted permission to Universal to reproduce, “bandwidths measure 17.2, 8.7 and 3.9 kHz for the AM mode, and 4.0 kHz for SSB — all with superb-to-excellent skirt selectivity and good (70 dB) ultimate rejection.”


The VR-5000’s versatile scanning system insures you won’t miss any of the excitement on the bands! The scanner allows you to select from three scan-resume options, too: “Delay” Scan, which lets scanning resume after a programmed interval of waiting on an active channel; “Pause” Scan, which holds on an active channel until the incoming signal disappears; and “Hold” Scan, whereby scanning stops when activity is encountered. There are many scanning features available:

VFO Scan

Sweeps the entire frequency range of the receiver 100 kHz to 2600 MHz (less cellular frequencies).

Memory Scan

Choose from scanning of all memory channels, or channels within a particular memory group.

PMS (Programmable Memory Scan)

Scan within user-defined band limits, as though you were on a VFO.

As many as 100 band-limit memories may be utilized for the setting of scanning borders.

Smart Search™

Automatically loads up to 100 channels where activity is found.

Main-Sub Two-Channel Scanning

Allows watching of the Main and Sub VFO frequencies without listening to them simultaneously.

Scanning is at approximately 15 channels per second and sweep is at 15 steps per second.


Optional aids such as a DSP unit, voice synthesizer and digital voice recorder are available. Jacks on the back panel include: Mute, 13.8 VDC input, External Speaker, 10.7 MHz IF Output, Antenna Input A (SO-239 50 ohm) & B (Hi Z 450 ohm). The VR-5000 has the Yaesu CAT computer interface DB9 (4800/9600/57600 bps) is built-in (cable and software not provided). The sophisticated LCD may be adjusted for contrast and brightness. This radio has three timers: multi-event radio on/off, alarm and sleep.


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