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Yaesu FT-450
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Discontinued Amateur HF Transceivers 

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FT-450 Specifications

GENERAL
Frequency Range: Receive:
30 kHz to 56 MHz
Transmit:
160 - 6 Meters
Emission Modes:
A1A (CW), A3E (AM), J3E (LSB/USB),
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F3 (FM)
Synthesizer Steps (Min.):
10 Hz (CW/SSB), 100 Hz (AM/FM),
Antenna Impedance:
50 Ohm, Unbalanced
Operating Temp. Range:
-10 °C to +50 °C (14 F to 122 F)
Frequency Stability:
Better than 1 ppm/hour (at 77 °F after warmup)
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Power Requirements:
DC 13.8V 10 %, Negative Ground
Current Consumption:
Receive (Squelched): 0.55A,
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Receive (Max. Audio): 1.5A
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Transmit: 22A (@ 100W RF output)
Case Size:
9" (W) x 3.3" (H) x 8.5" (D) (229 x 84 x 217 mm)
Weight:
7.9 lb. (3.6 kg.)
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TRANSMITTER
Power Output:
160 - 6m: 100 Watts (25 Watts AM carrier)
Modulation Types: SSB:
Balanced Modulator
FM:
Variable Reactance
AM:
Early Stage (Low Level)
FM Maximum Deviation:
5 kHz / 2.5 kHz
Spurious Radiation: Harmonics:
Better than -60 dB (160-10m)
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Better than -70 dB (6m)
SSB Carrier Suppression:
At least 60 dB
Undesirable Sideband Suppression:
At least 60 dB
SSB Frequency Response:
400 Hz - 2600 Hz (-6 dB)
Microphone Impedance:
600 Ohms (200 - 10k Ohm)

 

RECEIVER
Sensitivity (IPO off):
SSB/CW AM FM
1.8 - 2.0 MHz:
0.25 uV 2.0 uV -
3.5 -28 MHz:
0.25 uV 2.0 uV -
28 - 30 MHz:
0.25 uV 2.0 uV 0.5 uV
50 - 54 MHz:
0.20 uV 1.0 uV 0.3 uV
There is no specification in frequency ranges not listed.

 

Squelch Sensitivity: SSB/CW/AM FM
1.8 - 28 MHz: 2.5 uV -
28 - 30 MHz: 2.5 uV 0.32 uV
50 - 54 MHz: 1.0 uV 0.16 uV

 

Intermediate Frequencies: 0
1st IF: 67.899 MHz
2nd IF: 24 kHz
Image Rejection: Better than 80 dB (1.8 - 30 MHz)
00 Better than 65 dB (50 - 54 MHz)
IF Rejection: Better than 60 dB
Selectivity (-6 / -60 dB): 0
SSB: 2.2 kHz/4.5 kHz
CW: 500 Hz/2.0 kHz
AM: 6 kHz/20 kHz
FM: 15 kHz/30 kHz (-6 / -60 dB)
FM-N: 9 kHz/25 kHz (-6 / -60 dB)
Audio Output: 2.2 W into 4 Ohm
Audio Output Impedance: 4 Ohm - 16 Ohm (8 ohms nominal)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice, and are guaranteed within amateur bands only.


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