Yaesu FTM 400XDR


Here are a few of the features and reasons I chose the FTM 400XDR for my Jeep.

Digital and Analog FM Capable
3.5-inch full color and its touch panel operation
50W Transmitter Output
Receive Multiple Bands
Transmitter Bands
144 – 146 MHz or 144 – 148 MHz
430 – 440 MHz or 430 – 450 MHz
500 Memory Channels for each A(Main) band and B(Sub) band
Storage of the Memory channels and personal settings on an inserted micro SD card – By using a micro SD card, it is easy to copy and transfer the radio data to other compatible radios
Versatile Scanning Receiver for Monitoring Enthusiasts (VFO Scan, Memory Scan, etc)
Analog and Digital Clock – Timer function: Event timer with Lap or count down functions

Built-in GPS receiver and antenna provides location, time, direction and APRS® information. A GPS Logging Function is included

Smart Navigation Function
Real-time navigation function enables location checking at any time. In digital V/D mode, information such as position data is transmitted together with voice signals so the distance and direction to the other stations can be displayed in real-time while communicating with them.

Backtrack Function
The Backtrack Function enables navigation to a registered location at the touch of a button. When hiking or camping, simply register your starting point or campsite before departure, and the distance and orientation from the current location are displayed on the screen.This is valuable feature for Search & Rescue operations as well as casual hiking and camping.

4 thoughts on “Yaesu FTM 400XDR

      1. Understood, thanks. My JK is a soft top so I don’t have that option. I have a very nice UHF/VHF antenna clamped to my hood but am struggling to find a place for the cb antenna.


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