Yaesu FT-1000MP

The FT-1000MP was introduced in 1996 as the second generation of the FT-1000 series. Built by Yaesu it is an "all-mode", operating in the High Frequency (HF) frequency range. The "MP" suffix in the name was an homage to Sako Hasegawa, the late founder of the company whose callsign was JA1MP, and who heavily influenced the design and features built into this radio. The FT-1000MP was Yaesu's flagship radio, being both the most feature-rich and the most expensive radio that Yaesu had offered to the amateur radio community. It was manufactured for approximately 10 years in several models, including the original, the Mark-V, and Mark-V Field.

 

 

 

 

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