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Sorted by 2 kHz 3rd-order dynamic range

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Subject of measurement

Min

Max

Yaesu FT-950

Yaesu FT-2000D

Yaesu FT-450

Icom IC-7200

Yaesu FT-2000

Band: 14 MHz

Scale

Scale

March 2008

Oct 2007

Dec 2007

June 2009

Feb 2007

Receiver

20 kHz blocking gain compression

70 dB

140 dB

128 dB

136 dB

134 dB

140 dB

126 dB

2 kHz blocking gain compression

70 dB

141 dB

98 dB

87 dB

90 dB

83 dB

92 dB

20 kHz 3rd-order dynamic range

50 dB

110 dB

95 dB

98 dB

97 dB

99 dB

95 dB

2 kHz 3rd-order dynamic range

50 dB

110 dB

71 dB

69 dB

67 dB

67 dB

64 dB

20 kHz 3rd-order intercept

-40dbm

+35dbm

+21 dBm

+26 dBm

+13 dBm

+23 dBm

+16 dBm

2 kHz 3rd-order intercept

-40dbm

+35dbm

-4 dBm

-16 dBm

-31 dBm

-11 dBm

-22 dBm

Transmitter

Tx-Rx turnaround time (SSB TX delay)

50 ms

10 ms

25 ms

37 ms

40 ms

30 ms

27 ms

Transmit 3rd-order IMD

-20 dB

-35 dB

-35 dB

-41 dB #!

-30 dB

-32 dB

-32 dB

Transmit 9th-order IMD

-20dB

-70 dB

-56 dB

-65 dB #

-48 dB

-58 dB

-60 dB

Sorted by 2 kHz 3rd-order dynamic range

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Subject of measurement

Min

Max

Icom IC-7000

Band: 14 MHz

Scale

Scale

May 2006

Receiver

20 kHz blocking gain compression

70 dB

140 dB

112 dB

2 kHz blocking gain compression

70 dB

141 dB

86 dB

20 kHz 3rd-order dynamic range

50 dB

110 dB

89 dB

2 kHz 3rd-order dynamic range

50 dB

110 dB

63 dB

20 kHz 3rd-order intercept

-40dbm

+35dbm

+6 dBm

2 kHz 3rd-order intercept

-40dbm

+35dbm

-27 dBm

Transmitter

Tx-Rx turnaround time (SSB TX delay)

50 ms

10 ms

12 ms

Transmit 3rd-order IMD

-20 dB

-35 dB

-33 dB

Transmit 9th-order IMD

-20dB

-70 dB

-58 dB

* = Blocking exceeded the levels indicated

# = Class A operation

! = below/above measurable levels

Please take into account that there might be a difference in the numbers when comparing the older product reviews to the later reviews due to changes and/or improvements in the measurement equipment employed.

Green = excellent

Light green = good

Yellow = average

Orange = moderate

Red = poor

v 24.MAR.2011                    V5: K6JRF

Please send me an e-mail (hans@pa1hr.nl) if you have corrections or remarks, etc.

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