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 Yaesu FT227R

The Yaesu FT227R is an 2 meter FM transceiver.
It has 10 Eatt power output and 800 channels.
my father bought this transceiver in 1977.

GENERAL
Type: Amateur VHF transceiver
Frequency range: 144-148 MHz
Tuning steps: 10 KHz plus a "5 KHz up" button
Mode: FM
Channels/memory management: 1 regular
Repeater shift/offset: ±600 KHz
Power supply: 13.8 VDC ±10%
Current drain/power consumption: RX: 500-800 mA
TX: 1.0-2.5 A
Antenna impedance/connector: 50 ohms / SO-239
Dimensions (W*H*D): 180*60*220 mm (7.09*2.36*8.66")
Weight: 2.7 Kg (5.95 lbs)
Other features:  
   
   
RECEIVER SECTION
Receiver system: Double conversion superheterodyne
1st IF: 10.7 MHz
2nd IF: 455 KHz
Sensitivity: 0.3 uV (20 dB quieting)
Selectivity: 12 KHz (-6 dB)
24 KHz (-60 dB)
Image rejection:  
AF output power/speaker: 1.5 W at ?% distortion / 8 ohms
External speaker connector: 3.5 mm, 8 ohms
   
   
TRANSMITTER SECTION
RF output power: Hi: 10 W
Lo: 1 W
Modulation system:  
FM deviation: ±5 KHz
Spurious emissions: Less than -60 dB
Microphone impedance/connector: 600 ohms / 4-pin
   
   
MISCELLANEOUS
Manufactured: Japan, 1977-1979 (Discontinued)
Additional info: This was Yaesu's first transceiver with a digital display.
New price 1979 in the US: $385.00
Related documents: User manual (4.9 MB)
Modifications: