Yaesu FTDX10

| noviembre 5, 2020

Yaesu FTDX10 Has been approved by the FCC

TEST REPORT For HF/50MHz TRANSCEIVER

In conformity with FCC CFR 47 Part15 Subpart B (CSR)
Model : FTDX10
FCC ID : K6620761X50
Test Item : HF/50MHz TRANSCEIVER

FTDX10 LABEL location

Yaesu FTDX10

Product description from applicant

Test item : HF/50MHz TRANSCEIVER
Manufacturer : YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD.
Model : FTDX10
Hardware version : SPP1
Software version :

2020-07-29-1 V01-00 (MAIN)

2020-07-10-1 V00-88 (DISPLAY)
V92-00 (DSP)
VA1-14 (SDR)
V09-25 (AF)

Operating frequency range : 0.03 – 75 MHz
Highest internal operating Freq. : 250 MHz
Nominal power source voltages : DC 13.8 V (This is supplied by a DC power supply)

Support Equipment(s)

Item Manufacture Model No.
Stereo Headphones YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. YH-77STA
Microphone YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. SSM-75E
Remote Control Keypad YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. FH-2
External Speaker YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. SP-30
USB Mouse Del MO56UC
USB Keyboard Dell KB-212-B
Monitor Lenovo 6622-HJ1
DC Power Supply YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. FP-1030A
Remote Control System YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. SCU-LAN10

Yaesu FTDX10

2 Nov 2020


Federal Communications Commission Authorization and Evaluation Division, 7435 Oakland Mills Road Columbia, MD 21046 USA

Re: FTDX10 FCC

Gentlemen:

The scanner receiver equipment meets the requirements of the FCC Rules, 15.121(a) and (b).

Compliance is achieved through the following methods:

The scanner receiver in this equipment is incapable of tuning, or readily being altered, by the User to operate within the frequency bands allocated to the Domestic Public Cellular Telecommunications Service in Part 22. Blocking of the cellular frequencies is implemented in the firmware of the unit’s main control central processing unit (CPU). Coverage of 824 – 849 MHz and 869 – 894 MHz is completely blocked, since it is done in the microprocessor, and cannot be re-enabled by any user-accessible procedure, including diode, resistor, or jumper changes, nor by connection of any external device such as a personal computer, nor by installation of any “special” enabling semiconductor device.

The scanning receiver is designed so that the tuning, control and filtering circuitry is inaccessible.

The scanning receiver is reject any signals from the Cellular Radiotelephone Service frequency bands that are 38 dB or lower based upon a 12 dB SINAD measurement.

Sincerely,

YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD.

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