The connector on the microphone end is not an RJ-type connector, it is a modular type, not the same. If you have a broken cable you can get a replacement cable on ebay. I have an FT-8100R that had a worn out cable, jacket worn through, and I bought a replacement cable for it and it's easy to replace. All Yaesu microphone cables are easily replaced.
You need to tell us which radio you are using it on to determine which replacement cable to use, because some were wired for the FT-8000, 8100 and others. The rest are wired for others such as the 8800 and 2900. You need to be specific about the radio and the microphone.
One example on ebay for the 8100 and similar: http://cgi.ebay.com/YAESU-FT-8100-R-...item4151608a3e
Another example for the 8800 and similar: http://cgi.ebay.com/YAESU-FT-8800-R-...item4151b596b0
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