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Sunday, 14 April 2019 20:44

Make a Programming Cable for a Yaesu FT-4X

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I referenced this video to modify a Baofeng cable to make a programming cable for a Yaesu FT-4X.

 

  • Pulled 3.5 mm audio pin out of cable

 

Pulled out 3.5mm pin

 

  • Open case at USB end of the cable gently with small screwdriver. Pry at the cable stress relief end.
  • Watch this video (Yaesu FT-4X Programming Cable) and dig out the needed diode from your parts stock.

  • solder it up

 

Soldered Diode between TX and RX. Anode goes to TX.
 
 
 
Soldered diode between TX/RX (anode to TX)

 

  • Test the cable with programming software available at yaesu.com
  • Reassemble the case
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