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PDN (Portable Digital Node) function for the FTM-400 and FTM-100

14/02/2019 02:37:43 PM

We are excited to inform that the PDN (Portable Digital Node) function for the FTM-400 and FTM-100 series is now available. This firmware is now available at Yaesu official website: http://www.yaesu.com

- FTM-400XD MAIN Ver 4.40/ DSP Ver 4.31
- FTM-400D MAIN Ver 3.40/ DSP Ver 4.31*
- FTM-100D MAIN Ver 2.40/ DSP Ver 4.31/ PANEL Ver 2.10

Users can easily establish and operate a WiRES-X Portable Node Station by directly connecting the FTM-400XD, FTM-400D, and FTM-100D to the PC with the SCU-40.
 
Same as the WiRES-X Portable Node with the FT2D, four (4) different types of operation modes are available. For more detailed information, please refer to the latest operation manual which is posted in Yaesu official website (http://www.yaesu.com).  
Please also be informed that the latest WiRES-X PC software (Ver 1.510) has been released along with the latest firmware of the FTM-400XD/FTM-400D and FTM-100D.
 
This software contains some improvements and optimizations to operate a WiRES-X PDN (Portable Digital Node) with the C4FM transceivers – FTM-400XD, FTM-400D, FTM-100D and FT2D and a fixed WiRES-X node station with HRI-200. 

With the Portable Digital Node function, the flexibility and mobility of the WiRES-X Network will be available all the time. We believe that this new WiRES-X functionality will contribute to the growth of the YAESU C4FM (System Fusion) network. 
 
* Please note, that while the FTM-400D is supported it does require different MAIN version firmware than the FTM-400XD series.
**If you are interested in operating the node as an Access Point for C4FM digital only or Direct Operation with other C4FM digital nodes only, only the SCU-20 cable supplied with the FTM-400XD/D and FTM-100D package is required.  It would not be necessary that you purchase the SCU-40 connection cable kit.  If you are interested in Access Point/ Direct Operation both in C4FM digital/ FM modes, the SCU-40 Cable Kit must be obtained. 
 
 
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