The FT-1000MP is an amateur radio transceiver built by Yaesu. It was named for Sako Hasegawa, the late founder of the company whose callsign was JA1MP, and was their flagship radio at the time of its introduction. It was manufactured for approximately 10 years in several varieties, including the original MP, the MarkV, and MarkV Field. Its features include dual receivers and 200W output (in some models) which can be switched to class 'A' to improve linearity. Although now discontinued, it remains a favorite among radio amateurs.
- Doug McCann VA3CR page
- Yaesu website
- Review of FT-1000MP QST Magazine April 1996
- ARRL Laboratory Expanded Test-Result Report: Yaesu FT-1000MP
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