The New YAESU FTA-750L and FTA-550L/AA Air band Transceiver for the European Market.
The New FTA-750 and FTA-550 models are designed with a new graphical icon based menu system with large (43.2 x 43.2mm) full dot matrix LCD. The Transmitter provides a full 5 watts power on the International Aircraft Communication Band ( “ COM” band: 118.000 to 136.975 MHz) with either 25kHz or the new 8.33kHz channel spacing, ILS (Instrument Landing System) and VOR Navigation features on the “NAV” band ( 108.000 to 117.975MHz) with an advanced user interface ensuring intuitive operation and optimized performance.
Both models include a variety of other useful features for the discerning aviator, 800mW of clear loud audio, Last Channel Recall ( Flip Flop), ILS Navigation ( Localizer), Back-lit keypad, Water protection (IPX% Rating), 200 memory channels and USB port for easy programming of user memory channel.
In addition, the New FTA-750L “Spirit” provides 329.15-335.00MHz receiver for showing Glide Slope in ILS navigation and the built in GPS unit provides positioning and waypoint Navigation with a graphical screen presentation including a compass that helps you to determine the distance and bearing of your waypoint at a glance.
The New FTA-550 is available in two package versions; the Li-ion Battery version (FTA-550L) c/w charger and the AA Alkaline Battery version (FTA-550AA) with no charger.
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