Yaesu VX-5R
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VX-5R Specifications

GENERAL
Frequency Range Receive:
0.5 - 1.8 MHz (BC Band)
 
1.8 - 16 MHz (Shortwave Band)
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48 - 59 MHz (6 Meter Amateur)
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59 - 108 MHz (FM)
0
108 - 137 MHz (Air Band)
0
137 - 174 MHz (144 MHz HAM)
0
174 - 222 MHz (VHF-TV)
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222 - 420 MHz (ACT1: Action Band 1)
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420 - 470 MHz (430 MHz HAM)
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470 - 729 MHz (UHF-TV)
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800 - 999 MHz (ACT2: Action Band 2 Cellular Blocked)
Frequency Range Transmit:
50 - 54 MHz
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144 - 148 MHz
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430 - 450 MHz
Channel Steps:
5/9/10/12.5/15/20/25/50/100 kHz
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(10kHz: AMBC U.S.A. version)
Frequency Stability:
5 ppm (-10 °C to +60 °C)
Repeater Shift:
600 kHz (144 MHz)
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1.6/5.0/7.6 MHz (430 MHz)
Emission Type:
F2, F3
Antenna Impedance:
50 Ohms
Supply Voltage: Nominal:
7.2 VDC, Negative Ground
Operating:
4-9 VDC (Internal Battery)
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10-16 VDC, Negative Ground
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(EXT DC jack)
Current Consumption:
150 mA (Receive)
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55 mA (Standby, Saver Off)
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25 mA (Standby, Saver On)
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400 A (Auto Power Off)
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1.6 Amps (5 Watts TX, 50 MHz)
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1.7 Amps (5 Watts TX, 144 MHz)
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1.9 Amps (4.5 Watts TX, 430 MHz)
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Operating Temperature: -20°C to +60°C
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Case Size: 58 (W) x 87 (H) x 28 (D) mm (without knob and antenna)
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Weight: 255 g
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RECEIVER
Circuit Type:
Double-conversion superheterodyne
IFs: 1st:
47.25 MHz (N-FM)
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45.8 MHz (W-FM)
IFs: 2nd:
450 kHz (N-FM)
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10.7 MHz (W-FM)
Sensitivity:
0.5 V for 10dB S/N (0.5-16MHz, AM)
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0.9 V for 12dB SINAD (76-108 MHz/174-222 MHz/470-729MHz, W-FM)
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0.16 V for 12dB SINAD (50-54MHz/144-148MHz, N-FM)
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0.18 V for 12dB SINAD (430-450 MHz N-FM)
Selectivity (6dB/60dB):
15 kHz/35 kHz (N-FM)
AF Output:
400 mW @ 8 Ohms for 10% THD (@ 7.2 V DC)
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TRANSMITTER
RF Power Output:
5W (@ 13.8 V EXT DC Input)
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50/144/430 MHz
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5 W (@ 7.2V, 50 MHz/144MHz)
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4.5 W (@ 7.2 V 430 MHz)
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Modulation Type:
Variable Reactance
Maximum Deviation:
5 kHz
Spurious Emission:
At least 60 dB down
Microphone Impedance:
2 k Ohm
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Specifications are subject to change without notice and are guaranteed within amateur bands only.
Frequency ranges and repeater shift may vary according to transceiver version world-wide.


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