The AOR is a little tough to understand out of the box, but after reading the book I found it easy to use. The Yupi has an intutive user interface and you will be using it without a manual pretty quickly. The AOR AR-ONE models can be purchased for government or for export only. The Yupi has better sensitivity and a tighter front end. While its sensitivity is good, It does not compare with my fixed station quad-conversation HF transceiver for noise rejection and selectivity, but pound for pound, or I should say ounce for ounce, it’s performance is really remarkable.
This small, but rugged receiver is water resistant (JIS4). The AR-Mini comes with two NiMH AA cells, AC adapter, SMA flexible antenna, belt clip, hand strap and manual. Will require BNC-N adapter #0931. $299.00 $279.95 #0931 BNC-N Female BNC to N male RF adapter $5.99 $5.99 SDU5600 Spectrum display. INFO Discontinued. Includes 50 feet of RG-58 coax lead in terminating in a BNC plug.
Click here to view color brochure [PDF 166k]. One year AOR USA manufacturer’s limited warranty. More info: Email SubscriptionYou are not subscribed to this review. This is the manuals page for Aor. In this page you find schematic, users and instructions manuals, service manuals, technical supplement, leaf leads and other good stuff. If you have some stuff that not is listed here you can donate this by contact mods.dk. The AOR is OK, and worth owning for alpha tags, band scope, better display, etc but if I could only chose one it would be the Yupi. HF SSB is pretty decent on the AOR although you really need to hook it to a long wire to get good reception. The rear panel features two RS232 ports, multi-IF outputs (455 kHz and 10.7 MHz) and N type antenna input jack. Includes Owner’s Manual, 120 AC 60 Hz power supply and DC power cord.