Yaesu Users Group Fox Tango International

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  1. W4CLM

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    Yaesu equipment users, you are invited to join us at Fox Tango Inernational

    Please Visit for more information:  http://www.foxtango.org

    The International Fox Tango Club brings to you for the first time ever a complete library of twenty years of Fox Tango and IRCI newsletters. The newsletters were compiled from letters, suggestions, modifications and experiences of the users of Yaesu equipment. The entire set of both libraries is now combined on to one CD ROM so you can have your own complete set of Newsletters. There were ten Fox-Tango Newsletters produced every year for 14 years. Thousands of Fox Tango members worldwide participated in collective discussions and problem solving efforts to improve their equipment and to further the state of the art of Yaesu amateur equipment starting with the world renowned Yaesu FT-101. No other series of radios went under the "microscope" as did the FT-101 with such scrutiny, and success. This collection of Fox-Tango Newsletters captures the history of the FT-101 from conception to the end of the series for all time. The Fox Tango club, through the 1970s, also covered many other Yaesu transceivers 1980s and 1990s. Including the FT-757Gx, up to the FT-1000D and just about every other product produced during that time. Now you can own the entire newsletter set, each and every issue depicts an evolution in amateur radio from 1972 up to 1992.

    Yaesu / Fox Tango Library (1972-1985)
    Fourteen full years of the newsletters published by the original Fox Tango Corporation, 1972 through 1985. An amazing resource for fans of the older Yaesu radios.
    Complete library (all 14 years)

    Yaesu / IRCI Newsletters (1986-1992)
    Published by IRCI from 1986 through 1992.
    Complete Library (all 7 years)

    SEE: http://www.foxtango.org/NewsletterCD.htm

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