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Yaesu FTA-230 Aviation Transceiver


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Yaesu FTA-230 Aviation Transceiver


The Yaesu FTA-230 is the new replacement to the very popular Vertex Pro VI VXA-220 Transceiver.

The Yaesu FTA-230 is a compact, stylish, solid and submersible hand-held transceiver providing communication on the International Aircraft Communication Band. Additionally, it provides receive on the Navigation Band.  The Yaesu FTA-230 boasts 700 mW of clean audio output and it also provides 8.33 kHz synthesizer steps for the new narrow-band channel plan.

The FTA-230 is one of the world's only air-band transceivers that are rugged enough to pass the stringent MIL-STD 810D and E testing. The durable high impact housing and unique clamshell chassis assures reliable performance even under the most adverse operating conditions. Vertex Standards extensive rubber gasketing system around the housing seams, keypad, knobs, microphone jack, and speaker grille insures that the FTA-230 sets a new standard for water resistance among air-band transceivers available today! 

Rugged and Submersible Construction: The FTA-230 is built inside a rugged Aluminum case, carefully sealed to protect against water ingress. Built to survive immersion in water for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 3 feet.

Loud Audio:  (700mW) Ideal for reception in noisy environments. High powered audio of the FTA-230 is coupled to a large internal speaker, assuring solid copy throughout difficult and noisy conditions.

250 Memory Channels: The 150 regular memory channels and the 100 pre-programmed "book" memory channels can store just about any commonly-used operating frequencies that you choose. The memories may also be labeled with an Alpha-numeric title of up to 8 characters.

Advanced channel Flip-Flop feature: The FTA-230 will automatically store up to 10 of the last channels used, and allow quick access to recall those channels with just a few simple steps.

Tough and rugged aren't the FTA-230's only features. It also boasts styling and functions never seen before in an avionics handheld. It's loud, clear audio, backlit keypad and display, high contrast 8 character alpha-numeric display and built-in sidetone are everything that today's pilot would want in a backup transceiver.

Yaesu FTA-230 Features:

  • 5 watts TX output power (at 9.6VDC. 3.5W PEP typical, 1.5W carrier)
  • One-Touch Control Knob for easy access to VFO, Memories, and Weather
  • 3-way Display Titling (frequency, channel number, or 8 character tag)
  • Internal Sidetone Function when used with aviation headsets.
  • 250 Memory Channels - Includes 150 Programmable Memories plus 100 Book Memory Channels.
  • Advanced Flip Flop Channel feature
  • Automatic Noise Limiter. Acts to reduce impulse noise from engine ignition systems.
  • One-Touch Emergency Frequency Access. Just press the [121.5] key for instant operation on the VHF airband emergency frequency.
  • Priority Dual Watch Function (A Vertex Exclusive!)
  • RX Battery Saver with adjustable save levels.
  • Water Resistant Construction
  • NOAA Weather Broadcast Receive. All 10 weather broadcast channels are pre-programmed into a special memory bank. The FTA-230 will automatically scan this special bank to find the active broadcast in your area.
  • Automatic Active Weather Broadcast Locator
  • Low Battery indicator
  • 3 Year Warranty

Your Yaesu FTA-230 includes:

  • NiMh battery (1400 mah)
  • Headset adapter (CT-96)
  • Alkaline battery case (FBA-25A)
  • 110V and 12VDC charger with desktop charging cradle (PA-48B, E-DC-5B and CD-32)
  • Exclusive charging sleeve (CD-59)
  • BNC Helical Antenna (YHA-73)
  • Belt Clip
  • Flexible Antenna
  • User Guide
  • Warranty Card

Case Size (WxHxD):  2.36 x 4.09 x 1.2 inches (60 x 104 x 30.5 mm) without knob or antenna
Weight (approx.):  12.7 ounces / 360 grams with battery, antenna, and belt clip 

 

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Customer Reviews For Yaesu FTA-230 Aviation Transceiver:
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Friday, August 29, 2014
Nice transceiver
by Chuck from TX USA 

Pros: Tough, compact design, reasonably priced
Cons: nothing yet
Review: For the price you get your money's worth out of this little guy.
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Exactly what I wanted
by Goober from Ortonville MI USA 

Pros: Small, Portable
Cons: Hard to program
Review: This is my first transceiver. I bought it mainly for airshows but I also wanted it as a backup in my flight bag. It was a little hard to program at first but once I learned how to do it, it was easy. my other complaint is the range. When you are on the ground you can hear almost every plane clearly however tower tends to get interrupted very easily. While in the air it works exactly as it should. I loved that the product came with almost all the extras for no additional cost and the device was cheaper than Sporty's which I really appreciated. For being one of the cheaper models out there this little transceiver is better than some of the others I have had the opportunity to play with. I am very happy with this transceiver and would buy it again if it ever dies.
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Monday, July 21, 2014
by Wayne from Grand Junction CO USA 
Pros: Could be easier to learn in the beginning
Cons: None
Review: It is great, still learning to use it.
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014
by Trent from Alliance NE USA 
Review: Works except squeals terribly when transmitting with headset
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Thursday, May 08, 2014
Great unit
by A Customer from Canada bay NSW Australia 

Pros: Robust
Cons: A little confusing to operate all the functions, always have to refer to manual
Review: Great radio except a little confusing with all the functions
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Wednesday, May 07, 2014
So far, so good, mostly
by Chris from Conway AR USA 

Pros: price, radio performance
Cons: unintuitive interface, shoddy accessory
Review: Radio is a strong performer. Crystal clear, no intermod. The controls are not difficult to use, but you do have to read the manual--it's not intuitive--and I say that as a long time ham radio operator, with many many radios.

The adaptor that came with mine, the thing that connects aviation headphones to the radio itself, doesn't work--not on my headphones, not on any of the headphones at the local club. This is really not good. I wouldn't have used it much, but it ought to be an option.
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Thursday, May 01, 2014
Nice little Transceiver
by Kevin from Woodland Hills CA USA 

Pros: inexpensive
Cons: none
Review: Compact, good sound quality, good range and easy to do basic functions
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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
We have 4 of these radios
by Kenny from Santa Fe NM USA 

Pros: inexpensive and rugged
Cons: a little bit complicated to operate
Review: We use these radios constantly on the flight line. They are rugged and dependable.
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Built like a tank, but...
by Wooley from Irvine, CA 

Pros: Suspect it will survive just about anything you throw at it. Headset adapter included.
Cons: Non-intuitive to use.
Review: Very good build quality, but utterly confusing to use anything beyond the basic functions. If this is your backup radio that you pull out once in a blue moon, you better keep the user guide in your flight bag next to the radio.
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Sunday, April 06, 2014
I would buy this product again
by Wayne from Whangarei Northland New Zealand 

Pros: Well worth the price compared to other brands
Cons: None
Review: Absolutly brilliant and easy to use. I don't use all the fancy scanning and preprogramming, just dial in the frequency required, i want to use. i am using it as a base set and take it with me on trips.  Good battery life
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Sunday, March 09, 2014
Good radio - really bad antenna design
by Ted from Parker AZ USA 

Pros: The radio is rugged, We use these radios to maintain and operate the airport.
Cons: The rubber cover on the antenna comes off easily. The earlier models had the screw-in antennas which were great.
Review: The radio itself is rugged, takes a beating but continues to function. Good, clear reception and range is good. The programming is a bit complex - need to keep the User's Manual nearby. However, the antenna cover comes off easily. Every radio we have has this problem. It's a constant battle to keep the rubber cover on the antenna. They need to go back to the screw-in type antenna that previous models had. I'd buy these radios again IF they go back to the screw-in antenna
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Thursday, February 27, 2014
Excellent backup radio
by John from Flowery Branch GA USA 

Pros: It has a ton of features more than you will ever use.
Cons: With lots of features comes learning lots of procedures to get to those features.
Review: This is an excellent handheld backup radio. It has a ton of features that for the most part you will never use but they are there should you want to. The reception and audio is excellent. I'm using the radio in an ultralight environment with headset. The transmit range is 2 miles or so. With all the features this radio offers comes lots of procedures you will need to learn to get to the particular procedure you are looking for. It is intuitive so you should not have much problem navigating the radio. Battery life seems to be good as well. I would not hesitate buying another like it.
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Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Like it so far
by Private Pilot from Lebanon PA USA 

Review: Volume is great.... Could definitely have a battery indicator but comes with a 12V charging sleeve which is really cool... I see lots of complaints of poorly written manual but I found that if you read the manual carefully you can figure everything out.... My one concern when I bought it was if I could use it as a scanner and yes, you can store frequencies in under the memory recall feature I believe and then set it for scan so at this point I am satisfied but I only had it for around 2 months and that being winter time which isn't much time around airports
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Thursday, January 16, 2014
This is just what I was looking for.
by Ken from Edmond OK  

Pros: Small unit, but big numbers and easy to read display.
Cons: A little complicated to use the advanced features, but if you need that stuff, it's all there. If you enjoy programming electronics, you'll have fun with this.
Review: I have had limited opportunity to use this radio, but it allowed me to land at a controlled airport to have the panel mounted radios fixed. This radio has way more features than I'll ever use, but for straightforward communications it works great. Switching frequencies is simple. Display is bright even in the day.
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Monday, January 13, 2014
Great Value
by Mark from North Fort Myers FL USA 

Pros: Small size substantial power ease of use
Cons: Should have a Lithium Ion battery vs Nickel hydride
Review: Met my expectations for a back-up transceiver. Small size and ample accessories w/out a ridiculous price. really like the fact that it's waterproof as I fly over the water regularly.
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Thursday, January 09, 2014
Not bad for the price...
by Mimi from Richmond VA USA 

Review: Seems to be well made and the sound is pretty clear. A little complicated to figure out but overall a pretty good deal
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Thursday, January 09, 2014
Not bad for the price...
by Mimi from Richmond VA USA 

Review: Seems to be well made and the sound is pretty clear. A little complicated to figure out but overall a pretty good deal
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
by Shirley from San Antonio TX USA 
Pros: easy to operate, one touch emergency and great memory
Cons: none so far
Review: Performed better than much more expensive models
Great deal for the money!
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Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Great unit
by Ryan from Houston TX USA 

Pros: Excellent build quality and sound quality. Would buy again.
Cons: Horrible interface. Too complicated to do the simplest things.
Review: The unit has great build quality and comes with a ton of extras and cables that other units charge extra for.
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Monday, September 30, 2013
Right product for the job
by Richard from Santa Clarita CA USA 

Pros: Light Weight
Cons: Difficult to understand with reading manual
Review: Takes some learning and use and does require careful review of manual
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Sunday, September 15, 2013
by Gary from Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 
Review: Good value, it's my backup. A bit tough to learn and if used as backup, you want to put a label on it with reminders of how to use.
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Monday, September 09, 2013
Solid Radio
by John CFII from Madison AL USA 

Pros: good solid performance
Review: The radio has met my expectations. I wanted a basic radio to use to solo students. The radio has worked very well with patterns operations. No issues so far.
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Friday, September 06, 2013
Good
by A Customer from  

Pros: Waterproof and good battery life
Cons: Takes awhile to learn how to use it.
Review: I wanted a back up radio that I could easily carry in my headset bag. I debated between the FTA-310 and this one. I'm glad I chose the 230 because it is so compact. It has a good battery life and the back lit display makes it easy to read. It is built very solid. Great radio for the price.
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Thursday, September 05, 2013
by Enrique from Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Review: 1 star left off because of complicated programming method. I have to carry the operation manual everywhere, also I need it in spanish!
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Sunday, September 01, 2013
by Clever Mgallama from Tanzania 
Review: It's the best product.  If you need the transeiver, this is a great choice.
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Sunday, August 25, 2013
Nice Compact Model with Clear Audio.
by A Customer from Juneau, AK 

Pros: Clear Audio, 121.5 button, & Compact.
Cons: Volume buttons are awkward to adjust with one hand.
Review: I was debating to either get a Yaesu or Icom (grew up using VHF Icoms'). From a mechanics prospective, I like the 121.5 button for checking ELT's, and it's compact size. Overall I am pleased with the purchase. The only thing that I don't like that much is the volume control buttons are located on the lower left corner which makes it hard to adjust with one hand... but it's not the end of the world, just one more thing to get used to. Good Product.
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Sunday, August 18, 2013
If i ever need to by a tranceiver again, I buy this product again for sure.
by Ulf from Ludvika Dalarna Sweden 

Review: I find it easy to operate, and i love the clear sound from the speaker even if a week signal is received. Finally, when transmitting, the outputsignal seems to be very strong and clear.
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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
This is well-made radio with a good, high-quality look and feel
by Donald E. from El Lago TX USA 

Pros: Rugged look and feel
Cons: Has a lot of seemingly complex features that many people will probably never use.
Review: I've used this radio for several weeks now and find it to be a high-quality, well-made item. It took some time to figure out how to use its various features, but after getting through the basics, I find it's fairly easy to use. The case, antenna, buttons, dial, and display all seem well engineered and give the radio a solid look and feel. Also, I haven't yet had to charge the battery, so, at present, I'm pleased to see it has some staying power. Great little radio!
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Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Great little radio for the money.
by David from Middleton WI USA 

Pros: Excellent transmit and receive quality.
Cons: Somewhat complicated programming instructions.
Review: Great radio for the price. Well equipped, comes with a headset adapter and AA battery pack in addition to battery chargers. When attached to my fuselage antenna I was able to communicate with aircraft over 100 miles away.
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Tuesday, July 09, 2013
like the product and would recommend it.
by robert from Saugerties NY USA 

Pros: clear reception, nice size, memory favorite channels.
Cons: does not let you know state of battery charge.
Review: Lots of features, somewhat tedious to learn, maybe better form of instructions.
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Thursday, June 13, 2013
very nice
by santosh from Bangalore karnataka India 

Pros: Very cute and very nice
Cons: there are no cons
Review: I loved it. Good clarity and very easy to operate.
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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Compact and powerful
by Moonraker56 from Helsinki Uusimaa Finland 

Pros: compact, long battery use between charging, loud and clear audio
Cons: display resolution, squelch setting, no entry for FTA-230 on Yaesu's home page
Review: Worked in every way as I had hoped (and expected from earlier models). But you do need to work carefully through the handbook, and get really familiar with the ways of changing the configuration. Everyone is a bit puzzled by modern electronic gadgets e.g. a smart phone at first, but one soon learns to use the menus and benefit from the multifarious setup choices. Two slight negatives: 1) the display letters could be clearer - perhaps a higher resolution and 2) the squelch setting could be a little easier.
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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
I would buy this product again
by Edy from olivos,buenos aires Argentina 

Pros: compact,well designed,optimus,usefull
Cons: I dont find any cons about this product
Review: It is a very usefull product and im satisfied with this purchase, you really met my expectations and timing with the shipping and I loved that.
Thank you so much!
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Friday, April 12, 2013
Great product for the money
by Greg from Cypress TX USA 

Pros: Quality product and loaded with features.
Cons: Can't think of any.
Review: It's got a lot of features for the money. Way more than I'll ever use. Works great but the only problem I'm having is using it with a two stroke engine. It seems there is interference from the engine when I transmit and it comes through garbled on the other end so I'm not sure if I need to use some shielded wires or what.
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Monday, April 08, 2013
Very Good, would buy again
by Don from Fayette AL USA 

Pros: good power & sinsitivity.
Cons: critical recharge time.
Review: Met expectations
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Thursday, April 04, 2013
Cool radio
by Mark from Lawrence KS USA 

Review: Great for the price ! ... lots of cool features and long list of valuable, included accessories. Only disappointment is that no one makes a PTT switch for this unit that will work without a headset ...
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Wednesday, April 03, 2013
programing is a bit odd, but overall performace is excellent
by kevin from Watsonville CA USA 

Pros: excellent performance and rugged. Best radio dollar for dollar.
Cons: a few too many key strokes to get to stored frequencies and channel flip flop.
Review: Love it.
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Sunday, March 31, 2013
Excellent radio
by Levi from Calgary AB Canada 

Pros: Cost, size, user friendly
Cons: Fairly heavy, but not excessive.
Review: I've only had the chance to use this radio a few times, but its been 100% and very clear. Easy to program and use, nice features and great price. As an added bonus, this radio takes the same battery as the Yaesu Ft60 HAM radio.
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Monday, February 18, 2013
Objective evaluation only
by Michael from Annapolis MD USA 

Pros: Reliable, cheap.
Cons: Rubber boot on antenna comes off. Programming too complicated.
Review:

Above all- a good working radio/transmitter, for the price.
Objectively- reception is poor-even in the airport of the tower controlled facility.
Antenna rubber boot can come off if grasped to pull out of pocket.
Volume control must be programmed into the turn dial on the top of radio. Otherwise you lose the station.

Above all- a good working radio/transmitter, for the price- once the complicated programming is learned. A small condensed program of the programming attaced to the radio would be a boon.


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Thursday, January 24, 2013
Just what I expected
by A Customer from Tampere, Finland 

Pros: Antenna BNC connection included (compared to Vertex VXA-220)
Review: Its just what I were looking for - small/compact size, robust , good audio quality and waterproof.
Of course there is something what could be improved eg. USB programming cable needs to be ordered separately, but that can be understood as everyone does not need it.
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Friday, November 30, 2012
Reliable Tank
by Tony from Nashua NH USA 

Pros: Construction quality, reception
Cons: User interface is a little clumsy
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Radio has good reception and transmission range and is built like an absolute tank. Have had no problems.
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Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Pleased so far
by Matthew from Fairfield VA USA 

Pros: Cost and features
Cons: None so far
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I bought this handheld to use in a homebuilt with no electrical system. I'm using the radio as primary communications, with a headset and a push to talk switch. Reception is excellent, and I'm told the transmit is good too. I was being received by another incoming aircraft over 10 miles away, and receiving at least 20 miles, just with the rubber duckie antenna. I like the belt clip which allows me to clip the unit to a map pocket on the side of the cockpit. Not all the features are intuitive but the important ones are. I'd read in previous reviews that the manual was poorly written but Vertex has apparently redone it. It's pretty clear now. Also, one reviewer didn't like the screw-in headset adapter. I like the feature because it means it can't come out inadvertently.
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Monday, September 24, 2012
Great little radio
by Patrick from Palmer AK USA 

Pros: Great performance in a small package.
Cons: Bad battery.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Great radio only reason I rated it a 4 was the battery will not take a charge. I had to use the AA pack. I will need to send it back and get a new battery.
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Saturday, September 22, 2012
Satisfied with radio
by Denny from North Augusta SC USA 

Pros: Easy to set up and use
Cons: None, so far
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]So far, so good. I've had no problems with the radio, it is easy enough to set up and works fine. The scanner mode is great for training purposes, it allows me to listen to several local airports. Setting up new frequencies is a simple task. Sound quality is as expected. Had not had an opportunity to transmit until the other night when I used it to turn on the airport lighting system.
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Monday, July 09, 2012
Great Radio for the price
by A Customer from Tahoe City CA USA 

Pros: Clarity, battery life, solid construction
Cons: Frequency tuning knob turns too easily. Click stops would be nice.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I would give this 5 stars for clarity of reception and transmission, volume and battery life. This is a very solid radio with very good battery life. The only issue I have is that when working on the flight line with it clipped to my belt there is a tendency for the frequency knob to rotate and change frequency when it rubs against my shirt. The included alkaline battery pack is a nice extra, but it would be nice if it could contain protective circuits for NiMh or LIon batteries.
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Friday, June 01, 2012
I would buy this product again
by Nabeel S from Hummelstown PA USA 

Pros: Small design, backlight, many options for set-up
Cons: getting it set up can take time
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Nice, small compact design. Clear speaker. Great for picking up ATIS before heading off to the plane, or listening to the local airfield
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012
by Gary from La Porte TX USA 
Pros: Small - Good Battery Life
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Great little radio. We have a small uncontrolled airport in my city. I use this radio to keep up with aircraft in the pattern while I patrol the airport as a local police officer. Works great!
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Monday, May 14, 2012
Had mine 4 years so far
by Brian from Tampa, FL 

Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Purchased in 2008, still use it. Have even used it while in the air, but usually use it on the ground. Reception is good, in the Tampa FL area, in fact even in my house I can pick up airports over 20 miles away sometimes. Very sturdy.
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Monday, May 07, 2012
Good Value
by Randy from Fairbury NE USA 

Pros: good price, lots of feature, fairley simple to use after reading through the manual
Cons: it is some what confusing and vague in the manual on programming the memory part of saving frequiencies and I'm still not sure what was preprogramed into the preprogramed part of the memory from the manufacture or the retail seller? The display and buttons and somewhat small but not to bad to read and operate
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I bought this product to use in a agriculture aircraft and have yet to actually use it in the aircraft. For the price it's many features are the best value I found, such as the programability features, VOX, scan, weather radio channels, quick emergency channel, timer capability and amount of accessories that came with the product that wasn't required to buy extra just to name a few. The clariety of the sound is good, the range of the radio I have not experienced yet. I would recommend this product.

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Friday, April 20, 2012
Not acceptable...
by Mark M. Payne from Los Angeles, CA 

Pros: Small and lightweight.
Cons: Unreliable operation and metal Hydride batteries from the "brick" cell phone era.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I purchased the unit as a backup. I fly in the Los Angeles area in IFR and a backup radio is required equipment in my book. The unit began failing to turn on. CPU reset did not work, swapping batteries did not work. This unit was taken out of my flight bag and replaced with the Icom A14.


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Thursday, March 29, 2012
Practical, serves its purpose well.
by Michael from Elmont NY USA 

Pros: Rugged
Cons: Features hidden in button interface, not that clear.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Like both chargers and battery (alkaline) operation, for no surprises of dead battery in the field testing A/G radios for the airlines.

Prefer to have a charger that has enough power to run tx and rx as the most dependable backup!!
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Thursday, March 22, 2012
awesome
by A Customer from Norwood LA USA 

Pros: easy to use
Cons: range
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I have nothing bad to say other than the range on it is just a little disappointing! :(
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Wednesday, February 29, 2012
VXA-220
by marktrox from Provo, UT 

Pros: Compact, weather resistant design, features, being able to switch between an rechargeable and alkaline battery pack(comes with both),
Cons: Headset plug in a little hard to attach, less than 5 miles from my airport and reception spotty at times
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]First let me say that this is my first air-band transceiver. So I can't compare it to others. I read some of the other reviews and I agree with all of them. It is not an intuitive radio. It requires the manual to understand the programming. But having read the manual and played around with it, I feel comfortable now.

The first suggestion that I have is to use the feature that switches the volume to the top knob and the band settings to the arrow keys. All of the radios that I have used have the volume on the top. It felt counter intuitive to turn the top knob and have the frequencies change. Using the arrow keys to change the frequency is not a problem, first because they are next to the number keys. The most likely way of using the set is to use the number keys to punch in your frequency anyway. You will spin the knob on top a long time to get to opposite sides of the band.

I like the memory function as it allows you to program in a title and then still switch between channel number-frequency -inputted title simply.

I am not thrilled with the reception, but it is ok.
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Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Very high quality but not easy to program.
by Robert from Greenville SC 

Pros: High Quality
Cons: Very complex to program, Not intuative.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]For a simple handheld it very complex to use.They need to come up with a simple basic instruction card."Operation for dummies"  If you don't use it every day it's hard to operate. I have had mine for a number of years and have to go back to the manual to program other than changing the freq with the rotating nob. However it's very easy to accidently change the frequency with the rotating nob on top and not realize you changed the freq. The overall quality is very good
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Thursday, January 26, 2012
by Russell from Sarasota FL USA 
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]The radio has worked as advertised so far. I use it to listen to traffic at two local airports approx 12 miles from home and also use the scanning feature with approach control and the airports. I would buy it again.
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Excellent unit - My 2nd Vertex comm
by Arlene from Waretown NJ USA 

Pros: Small - Long battery life between charges
Cons: none
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]The VXA-220 is an excellent choice for a comm. The nav feature while nice to have is not something I really need. It's nice to pick up a IFR clearance/ATIS before engine start. Also the ability to light up the runway at night after a comm failure is a plus.
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012
WELL.. It has good reception!
by JJ from Venice FL USA 

Pros: Excellent sound and volumn, good receive and transmit
Cons: headset jack and not user friendly
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I found it not very user friendly. Hard to set up and I'm constantly going to manual to see what I did or didn't do. Headset jack is a joke, but has good RX/TX and a very good speaker for it's size. For the money it's an overall good unit, but I probably would not buy another.
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Thursday, January 19, 2012
Excellent Bang for the Buck
by JohnnyB from Floral Park NY USA 

Pros: Great all-purpose transceiver that is a great value
Cons: It doesn't fly
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]We live 6 miles from JFK and 11 miles from LGA, and we can pick up Approach, Departure, Tower channels with good clarity. Once you understand the programming logic it's fairly easy to set up channels in to memory. Lots of features for the money. A solid value that won't disappoint. Thanks My Pilot Store!
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Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Battery last forever!
by Diego from vina del mar Chile 

Pros: None
Cons: Awesome
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]This transciever is really good it works perfect in any weather condition and any place I can really hear the international airport that's about 100 miles away and transmit everything I can talk to the planes that are like 20 miles away with no problem at all and it really works even wet after being under water and no problem. I recommend this, it's the perfect thing you need when you are a pilot it's the perfect tool. You better buy it, you never know it might save your life in emergency situation.
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Friday, December 16, 2011
Exactly what I wanted.
by Homebuilder Pilot from Corona CA USA 

Pros: As advertised
Cons: Haven't found a flaw yet
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Tough little bugger. I keep dropping it and it keeps working.
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Friday, October 21, 2011
by Keven from Loganville GA USA 
Pros: Size
Cons: The channel knob does not lock
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I'm not real happy with this product and actually have to return it because it will not take a charge. It worked for about two weeks and now the only way it will turn on is if it's pluged in.
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Friday, October 14, 2011
Great handheld
by A Customer from Dripping Springs TX USA 

Pros: Size, Price
Cons: none so far
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Like the size and ease of use. Flip flop frequency is nice feature.
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Monday, September 12, 2011
by peter from Little Falls NJ USA 
Cons: None yet.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]A 'solid' high-quality' product.  Maybe I read the advertisement wrong (3miles limit) but I live 30+miles west/La Guardia and cand not only hear eastbound (overhead,lol) but west (Long Island) and South (NY State) traffic approaching LGA!
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Monday, August 15, 2011
A pocket rocket
by The Lookout from Ocracoke NC USA 

Pros: Small size, long battery life.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]The VXA-220 is compact, rugged and reliable. There is a reason I have radios spanning the whole spectrum from Yaesu, Standard Horizon and Vertex - they work, period. This little handheld radio is no exception.
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Monday, August 01, 2011
by Peng Ho from Lynnwood, WA 
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Works well, not intuitive in programming channels.
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Monday, July 18, 2011
Radio works for me
by Mark from Gary IN USA 

Pros: Small Size.... Solid feel... Lapel Mic Available
Cons: Belt Clip Screws worked themselves loose twice. Lockwashers and a drop of Threadloc solved issue
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I am an ARFF fire fighter and this radio is good for me. Cost was one of the biggest factors since I didn't want to spend an arm and a leg. The fact they submerged it in a bucket of water helped seal the deal. I don't plan on swimming with it, but may be on the ramp in the rain so its nice not worrying about keeping it dry.
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Wednesday, July 06, 2011
by Tim from Lake Wales FL USA 
Pros: good for the price
Cons: channel button wrong place
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]The only thing that I suggest to change is the volume and channel change buttons. The top turn button should be the volume. If it gets bumped the channel gets changed and you don't know, but if it is volume, just changes sound level.
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Recommended
by Katelyn from Gulf Shores AL USA 

Pros: Compact, user friendly
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Met expectations, easy to use, reasonably priced, quickly shipped.
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Sunday, January 16, 2011
Vertex Pro VI VXA-220 Transceiver
by Bob D from Northride, CA 

Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I am 79 years old; the transceiver was a present of which I had no prior knowledge. Theoretically this device will outlive me. I rate the product a 5, although it has been here only 19 days, not long enough for a thorough, full blown assessment. I don't anticipate any negatives.
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Thursday, January 13, 2011
great radio
by Gary V from Dallas GA USA 

Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]This is great for me to listen to ATIS from inside the warm flight school or as I am driving to the airport. It works great within sight of the runway and you can even hear decent from a couple miles away. Don't expect to hear from your house 10 miles away etc. Sometimes I enjoy just listening to the planes talking to the tower. And for being the best price I certainly recommend. There is nothing bad I can say.
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Friday, January 07, 2011
Great Handheld!
by John the Airport Manager from Paoli IN USA 

Pros: Clips on my pocket. Small and convenient.
Cons: Antenna is a little long which gets in my way on my pocket.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Great handheld. Good clear transmission. Glad I bought it. Does everything I wanted.
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010
great for the money
by Ethan from Fairhope AL USA 

Pros: reliable, great price
Cons: qc from the factory
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I gave this product a 4 out of five for the simple reason that the first one I receved had a portion of the screen that would not display. I called My pilot store and that had one out to me with in the week with return postage.  Number two has worked like a charm.  I work as a part time flight line attendant so it sees a lot of action.  Battery life is great. I have also used it as a back up in an aircraft after the main radio went out, worked great.
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Saturday, September 04, 2010
Great Deal!
by Ellison Air from Anchorage Alaska 

Pros: Quality item, Compact, Unbeatable Price W/ Price Match, Fast Shipping.
Cons: None
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Just wanted a basic Com for our Air Taxi office here in Alaska. Sometimes used to contact our plane but mostly to listen to Lake Hood tower and ATIS. Saves having to go out to the plane to check to see if conditions are VFR when weather is marginal,(like this whole summer). This VXA-220 works great for our needs. With the price match got free shipping, could not do better buying used on eBay and got a 3 year warranty. The sale was made on line with no problem and shipped quickly, had it in a few days. Great deal on a good quality radio, I am very pleased with this item and transaction.
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Monday, June 14, 2010
Makes bigger brands blush !
by Francis from Quebec QC Canada 

Pros: Rugged, easy to program, long-lasting battery life
Cons: Didn't find some cons yet.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]As a helicopter pilot, I bought the VXA-220 to keep some ground-to-air coms, when I'm not airborne. It works incredibly well, I reached out aircrafts many miles away loud and clear. I also like the pre-programmed weather channels to have an outlook of the Wx when I cannot reach a flight service station. I recommend the VXA-220 over the more expensive, bigger brands like Icom !
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Sunday, May 02, 2010
Don"t like it
by William from Wayside WV USA 

Pros: none
Cons: piece of crap
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Just not very good.
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Monday, March 01, 2010
Not to shabby
by Matthew from Tahoe Vista CA USA 

Pros: small, easy to use, easy to see, good features, bells and whistles
Cons: placement of key pad, instruction book, no PTT switch
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Small, loaded with good features and will get the job done. I didn't give it five stars because the button pad is on the bottom portion of the face making it difficult to thumb the keys one handed. And it doesn't come with an external PTT switch, uses VOX system (voice activated) instead.
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Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Not for an airplane
by longeze driver from NM. 

Pros: backlit panel, direct voltage in, easy read panel
Cons: receiver flawed
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I purchased this product as a backup radio for my experimental aircraft. For two weeks, I tried to get it to work properly, even enlisting the support from vertex. Nothing worked and I tried every trick in the book including ferite beads,changing antenna location and regrounding of the antenna.I also tried changing every setting in the menu of the radio.I also have a standard aircraft antenna in my airplane. The radio suffers(and the owner) from hetrodyne effect. In layman terms, it picks up multiples of other frequencies. On final approach one day to a tower controlled airport it picked up a tv station. The next time it picked up a fm radio station and every time thereafter.That along with the terrible hiss makes it dangerous to use at a airport with a tower when clear and concise instructions are necessary for safety. Their more expensive radios have this problem too...Read the reviews carefully. I guess it would be ok if you are just strolling down the flightline on the ground listening to radio chatter but I would not use it as a backup com in the air.
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Thursday, December 10, 2009
Great Transceiver for the price
by Bill from Clarks Summit PA USA 

Pros: Size
Cons: Could be a little more user friendly
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I think the Vertex Pro VI VXA-220 is a great transceiver for the price. I fly an experimental aircraft where space is a problem so it works great for me needs.
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Saturday, October 17, 2009
Don't waste your money.
by Tim Devine from Upstate New York 

Pros: Nice Radio
Cons: Can't use it because of junk headset adapter.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Radio works great. Headset adapter is junk. Will not accept David Clark or Sigtronics plugs reliably. Vertex tech support useless. sent you to David Clark or Sigtronics to solve problem. If you want a cheap airshow or just listening toy the VXA-220 is for you.
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Thursday, October 15, 2009
by John from Tomball TX USA 
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]The unit performs great with good power. The only thing objectionable is the programming process. Even the tech people at Vertex could not do it initally. They had to teach themselves then call me back. Once the programming is done then frequency changes are easy. It has already been invaluable when we lost radios on a flight. The contact distance was around 5 nm which is not good for B & C but it was good for D. Have not tried to contact center but will to check it out.
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Friday, September 18, 2009
GOOD FOR THE PRICE
by DAVE ROBINSON from Evansville IN USA 

Pros: LOTS OF CAPABILITY AND EASY TO USE.
Cons: BATTERY WON'T HOLD A CHARGE.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]EXCELLENT FOR THE PRICE
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Tuesday, August 18, 2009
by Dale from Greenville MS 
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]This radio has excellent reception and a long battery life. It is very easy to use. I mainly use it to just listen to other pilots talk and haven't used it to transmit.
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Monday, June 15, 2009
Great Radio
by Rock from alamogordo NM USA 

Pros: Excellent transmission and reception quality
Cons: No complaints, does all I require of it.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Menu selection easy on the ground but changes inflight for single seat pilot take some thought and preparation. This radio serves me well in a low-traffic uncontrolled-airport as my primary communications device. The 220 would be a great back up at busy airports.
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Monday, June 15, 2009
Great product, great price !
by john v from bishop GA USA 

Pros: small size, good instructions, good battery life
Cons: non
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]The Vertex Pro VI VXA-220 is less than the evivalent ICOM unit & the instruction manual is fairly easy to understand. Reception & transmission are good... did a radio check to the tower from inside my house a couple miles from the airport! Can't get over how small, but powerful the unit is.
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Tuesday, May 26, 2009
It was a good decision to buy this product!
by Heli Pilot Andi from Liestal in Switzerland 

Pros: Easy to handle, excellent sound, sensitive, good price
Cons: charging equipp. not for continuous ops.,
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]This product is real perfect. It's handsome and easy to handle. The alpha numeric memory system is absolutely great. If the battery charger would be made for continuous operation, that would be great. I use the transceiver very often, especially by ground handling the helicopter. A good gadget for a good price! Unfortunately I didn't ordered the headset with...
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Monday, May 18, 2009
Vertiex fine, Service perfect.
by Michael from McLean VA USA 

Pros: More intuitive, easy to use, improved squelch.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]The radio is easier to use than it predecessor model from 1998 that I used to own, though it still have many more functions than I need. Improved squelch control, easy access volume control, large/visible digits for frequency. Battery life is excellent. I am very satisfied. Price and shipping speed from mypilotstore was perfect, too. Mike
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Saturday, November 08, 2008
Great radio, great value.
by Av8rnfla from Palm Bay, FL 

Pros: Good as more expensive models, waterproof.
Cons: Headset adapter, hard to screw in all the way
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]This radio is used in my experimental as the ONLY comm unit. It is connected to my external antenna, and transmits and receives well. ATC has no problems with this unit. The only thing I dont like about it is the headset adapter, which you need to screw in ALL THE WAY, or it will not work. I think this radio gives you the best bang for your buck.
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Saturday, January 26, 2008
better than a radio shack scanner
by Francis from Columbia Missouri USA 

Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]the 2-legged headset adapter is the pitts
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Thursday, January 10, 2008
Good product, no complaints
by josh from lincoln CA USA 

Pros: Very loud volume, and long battery life
Cons: wish it had a little longer antenae
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I have had no problems with this product at all. Range and volume all seem good. Headset adapter worked fine as well, easy to use and would work great for a backup!
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Wednesday, December 05, 2007
Does what it should
by A Customer from Huntington, WV 

Pros: Durable, good battery life, great reception
Cons: None
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Received this Tx for my birthday in July. Have used it quite a bit as a reciever on the ground and in the air. Have had no problems with noise and the one time I used it airborne (just to see if it worked) my transmissions were picked up just fine. I also like the ability to tune into NOAA weather broadcasts while airborne and to listen to the ATIS before I leave for the airport.
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Tuesday, November 27, 2007
by IKONOMOS from Jamaica NY USA 
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]I would buy this product again and again
Your shop have:
Good prices
Good delivery
Analytical information delivery
I hope to shop and other time (maybe leather fly jacket delivery direct I Greece)
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Saturday, November 03, 2007
Fixed the hissing audio problem
by C-150 Pilot from Ottawa Canada 

Pros: Radio works ok.
Cons: none
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]There would be a hiss in the audio as described below (even at full squelch - 8). This was fixed by using a smaller external antenna similar in length to the rubber ducky antenna that comes with the radio.
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Saturday, October 27, 2007
Can't be used as an inflight back up radio.
by Cessna 150 pilot. from Ottawa Canada 

Pros: Works well on the ground as an air band reciever.
Cons: Dosen't work while air born.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220][editor note: this customer has submitted a modification to this original review above]
This radio works well on the ground as a toy. But I don't think you can use it as a backup com.

Mine produces a hiss in the received audio when air born that makes it sometimes impossible to hear a tower radio transmission. This hissing starts when your about 200ft above the ground on take off and continues until about 200ft from the ground on landing. Turning the squelch up full (8) makes no difference.

Also the unit will not transmit with the power needed for reliable communication from inside a metal aircraft while air born. I understand that its only 5 watt, but if the tower can't receive your transmit from only 8-10 miles away then the radio can't be used.

I hooked the radio up to the aircrafts external com antenna, and this improves transmit. The radio transmit was acceptable and could be received from twenty miles, but the received audio hiss still occurs.

I sent the radio back to Vertex for warranty and it was returned after about 1 month. They said they replaced some parts and the radio tested normal. But its operation is still the same as described above.

The radio receives the weather channel broadcasts very well from inside the aircraft at all times regardless of which antenna is used.
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Friday, October 05, 2007
vertex vxa 220 transciever
by scott from Rahway NJ USA 

Pros: quality product
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]great unit,lives up to all expectations, performance and quality that semms rare these days
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Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Good Value Excellent Performance
by GD from Martinsburg, WV 

Pros: Durability, Transmit power, Volume level, programable features, battery life (includes rechargable battery and charger)
Cons: Headset adapter
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]After 30+ years of GA and commercial flying this is my first handheld transceiver. Guess I have been lucky - so far only one comm outage albeit on a VFR in the NY Metro area! This is a nice unit. I looked at the Sporty's navcomm but the durability of this unit is what sold me. I know, nobody preflights in the rain right?

Good performance as a backup comm although the headset adapter seems a bit finicky. I can't get it to work with my ptt and Telex headset.

Overall a good unit for the <$200 price. Some places it is offerred for [less]. Shop around [and do a price match].
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Thursday, August 16, 2007
Transciever
by A Customer from Manila 

Pros: Great reception.
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]This is really cool. The reception is amazing. The best toy I ever had.
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Sunday, August 05, 2007
Great
by Jake from California 

Pros: Small, compact, light, strong build, quality good
Cons: Headset adapter SUCKS and requries push to talk switch
Review: [This review was originally posted for the predecessor, the VXA-220]Works as advertised. Well built and easy to use. Great for IFR backup, listening to tower and for student solos. Battery life seems pretty good so far. I am very happy with this purchase. Much smaller than the Sporty's one.
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