Yaesu FT-710 AESS, Why you won’t be purchasing one anytime soon!

Yaesu FT-710

“So with Yaesu Japan releasing the news of the FT-710 for the Japaneses market there was some confusion to what the U.S. version would be. The next day Yaesu USA released their info on the U.S. version. In this video I try to clear up some of the confusion and show the little we know for sure is included in this new radio.”

*As of July 2022, this device has not been approved by the FCC. It may not be offered for sale or lease, or be sold or leased until FCC approval has been obtained. The information shown is preliminary and may be subject to change without notice or obligation.

YAESU is excited to announce a new HF/50MHz 100W SDR Transceiver – FT-710 AESS.The new FT-710 AESS is estimated September 2022.

The new FT-710 AESS is a compact design yet provides 100W output, utilizing the advanced digital RF technology introduced in the FTDX101 and FTDX10 series.

A few of the remarkable features of the new FT-710 AESS are:

– YAESU Unmatched SDR technology emphasizes the Receiving Performance

– Band Pass Filters dedicated for the amateur bands to eliminate out-of-band unwanted signals

– RF Front-End design with the 250MHz HRDDS (High Resolution Direct Digital Synthesizer) enables Phenomenal Multi-Signal Receiving Characteristics

– QRM rejection by the dual core 32-bit high speed floating decimal point DSP for SHIFT/ WIDTH/ NOTCH/ CONTOUR/APF (Audio Peak Filter)/ DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)/ NB (Noise Blanker) and 3-Stage Parametric Equalizer

– High Resolution 4.3-inch TFT Color Touch Panel Display

– 3DSS (3-Dimensional Spectrum Stream)

– VMI LED (VFO Mode Indicator) placed around the VFO dial shows the current operating mode (VFO-A, VFO-B, Memory Mode and Clarifier/Split Operation)

– “PRESET” Mode Function most suitable for FT8 Operation

– AESS: Acoustic Enhanced Speaker System with SP-40 creates the high-fidelity audio output

– External Display Connection Terminal (DVI-D)

– Built-in High Speed Automatic Antenna Tuner with 100 channel memory

– Support the FC-40 Auto Antenna Tuner

– SD Memory Card can be used to save the communication record, transceiver setting, the memory contents, screen capture images, and to update the firmware

– Two (2) USB Ports (Type-A and Type-B)

– Other essential features such as CW ZIN and SPOT, IPO (Intercept Point Optimization), and Remote Operation with Network Remote Control System to name a few.


TX Frequency Range: 1.8MHz band – 50MHz band (Amateur bands only)

          70MHz – 70.5MHz (UK Amateur bands only

RX Frequency Range: 30KHz – 75MHz (Operating)

1.8MHz – 29.699999MHz (Specified performance, Amateur bands only)    

50MHz – 53.999999MHz (Specified performance, Amateur bands only)    

70MHz – 70.499999MHz (Specified performance, UK Amateur bands

Emission Modes: A1A(CW), A3E(AM), J3E(LSB/USB), F3E(FM)

Supply Voltage: DC13.8V ±15%

Power Output: 5 – 100W (5 – 25W AM Carrier)

Dimensions (W x H x D):    9.4” x 3.1” x 9.7” (239 x 80 x 247mm)

Weight (Approx.):               9.92lbs (4.5kg)



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