Yaesu Radios ADMS-2D Programming Software Interface for; FT-8100R, FT-8000R, FT-8500, FT-3000M

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This item is an open box Yaesu ADMS-2D Advanced Data Management System for Windows, Programming Software for the radios FT-8100R, FT-8000R, FT-8500, FT-3000M. System requirements: MS Windows 3.1 or higher, 3.5in floppy drive, available 9 pin or 25 pin serial port. Package contents; Program on 3.5in HD diskette, programming cable, data sheets, 9pin to 25pin rs-232 adapter.

 

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