HT20 User Guide
v07/11
Submersible marine handheld transceiver
HT20
LCD
Table of Contents
TOC
Topic
Page
Certification
Introduction
Packing List
Radio Care
Preparing Your Radio For Use
Battery Care / Information
Using Your HT20
Reception
Transmitting
Channels
Functions
The Scan Function
VOX (Voice Operate Transmit)
LCD Indicators
Optional Accessories
Standard Features
Controls
Glossary of Terms
Troubleshooting
Channel Chart
Technical Specifications
Notes
2
3
3
3
4
5&6
7
7
7
8&9
10
10
10
11
12 & 13
13
14 & 15
16
17
18 & 20
21 & 22
23 & 24
1
Introduction
We Entel UK Limited of:
320 Centennial Avenue
Centennial Park
Elstree
Borehamwood
Hertfordshire
WD6 3TJ
United Kingdom
Declares under our sole responsibility that the product range:
HT20 Series Handheld Radio Transceiver
Conforms to the following standards or other nominative documents:
• EN 301 178-2 V1.2.2: 2007-02, EN 60945:2002, EN60950-1: 2006, in accordance with
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Serial Number________________________________
M Austin
Date: 1 October 2010
Quality Manager
2
Certificate
Declaration of Conformity
Introduction
Introduction
The Entel HT20 is a professional marine handheld transceiver that operates on the VHF marine band.
The HT20 has 58 marine international channels, 10 weather & 36 dealer programmable private
channels. The 58 marine channels are switchable to comply with USA, International or Canadian
regulations. This is done via the radio’s keypad. It has an emergency channel, which can be immediately
selected from any channel using the red 16/9 button. Weather channels can also be accessed immediately
using the [WX] key. The HT20 includes the following features: Scan, A/B quick access channels, battery
life indicator, VOX (voice activated transmit), low battery indicator, large LCD with back light.
Packing List
•
•
•
•
HT20 Transceiver
CNB750E Rechargeable 2000mAh Li-Ion battery •
CBH750 Spring loaded belt clip
CATXX Antenna
CCA trickle charger included with certain models
Radio Care
Warranty
The HT20 comes with a 24 month warranty,
for details see our full terms & conditions.
Advice
•
•
•
Do not use options or accessories not
specified by Entel
Ensure that the radio is used within the
parameters for which it was designed
Please switch the transceiver off before
connecting optional accessories
Warning
Turn the transceiver off in the following
locations:
•
•
•
•
In explosive atmospheres (flammable gas,
dust including metallic & grain powders etc)
Whilst taking on fuel or while parked near a
fuel station
Near explosives or blasting sites
In aircraft, medical institutions or near
persons known to be wearing a pacemaker
Caution
•
•
•
Do not disassemble or modify the
transceiver for any reason
Do not transmit while touching the antenna
terminal or any exposed metallic parts of the
aerial as this may result in a burn
Please check and observe regulations in your
country with regard to use whilst driving
Cleaning your Radio
After exposure to any potentially corrosive substance
including salt water it is recommended to thoroughly
wash the transceiver in fresh water. If washing with the
battery removed from the radio, ensure that the
battery is not immersed in water & that the accessory
cap is attached & clean only with a damp cloth.
Note: Do not
wash the
transceiver if
you suspect the
waterproofing
seal may be
damaged. Please
return to your
supplier for
inspection /
repair.
End of Life Disposal
When your Entel transceiver reaches the end of its
useful life, please ensure that the unit is disposed of in
an environmentally friendly way. For country specific
information please see www.entel.co.uk/recycling.
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Preparing Your Radio For Use
Attaching / Removing the Aerial
2
1
To attach, carefully align the aerial with the
socket. Screw in the aerial clockwise (taking
care not to cross the thread) until it is seated
firmly with the accessory cover’s rubber ring
between the aerial & the the top of the radio.
2
To remove, unscrew the aerial anti-clockwise.
Preparing
1
Attaching / Removing Audio Accessories
3
To attach, remove the accessory cover by unscrewing the
locking screw anti-clockwise (leave cover secured under
antenna as this provides a waterproof seal). Attach accessory
plug by locating over the socket. Carefully tighten the locking
screw clockwise until finger tight (do not tighten with a
screwdriver etc).
4
To remove, unscrew accessory plug the locking screw by
hand in an anti-clockwise direction (carefully use a coin or
screwdriver if too tight). Ensure you re-fit the accessory
waterproof cover so as to protect the accessory socket.
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Attaching / Removing the Belt Clip
5
To attach, slot the clip onto the slot on the
back of the battery and slide up until you
hear a “click”
6
To remove, pull the tab towards the belt
a
b
clip (a). Then slide the belt clip
downwards (b)
6
5
4
Battery
Battery Care / Information
Introduction
Battery Pack Precautions
Your Entel radio is supplied with a high
performance Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. These
batteries:
• Extend talk time
• Reduce the battery’s size and weight
• Do not suffer from ‘memory effect’ that
reduces the life of Ni-Cad and NiMH
batteries
• Have a low toxicity, therefore reducing the
impact on the environment
•
•
•
•
•
The battery pack includes potentially
hazardous components. Please:
• Do Not disassemble or reconstruct
battery
• Do Not short-circuit the battery
• Do Not incinerate or apply heat to the
battery
• Do Not immerse the battery in water
unless attached securely to the radio or
get it wet by other means
• Use only the specified charger and
observe charging requirements
• Do Not pierce the battery with any
object or strike it with an instrument
• Do Not use the battery pack if it is
damaged in any way
• Do Not reverse-charge or reverseconnect the battery
• Do Not touch a ruptured or leaking
battery.
Battery Pack
•
•
Switch the transceiver OFF before
charging
Charge the battery pack before use
Do not recharge the battery pack if it is
already fully charged.
Charge the battery in accordance with the
instructions enclosed with your charger
Do not charge the transceiver and /or
battery pack if they are wet.
If a battery is not to be used for an
extended period of time (e.g. several
months) remove the battery pack from the
equipment and store in a cool and dry
location (around 0°C) part charged.
Do not fully discharge the battery before
storage
Each charge cycle reduces the battery’s life.
Minimise the number of times you charge
your battery especially in hotter
environments which further shortens a
battery’s life
If liquids from the battery get into your eyes,
immediately:
• Wash your eyes out with fresh water &
avoiding rubbing them.
• Seek medical treatment.
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Battery Care / Information
Battery Indicator
1. Connect the AC adapter to the charger
pod. The LED status light will illuminate
green indicating ready for charge
For your safety and convenience your
transceiver continually monitors the battery
pack and gives an indication on the LCD:
• 3 Segments: 12 hours
• 2 Segments: 1 hour
• 1 Segment:
20 mins
2. Turn the transceiver off
3. Insert the battery pack into the charger
pod, either with or without the
transceiver attached. The LED status light
changes from green to RED & trickle
charge begins
Note: Only genuine Entel batteries should be
used. Customer satisfaction is assured as you
can not be supplied with sub standard,
potentially dangerous battery packs from 3rd
party manufacturers, ensuring it delivers the
expected capacity and endurance.
4. A fully discharged battery pack will take
approximately 6 hours to charge,
depending on the remaining power
condition. When charge is complete, the
LED status light turns green.
On HT series batteries a breathable
membrane is used. This is clearly marked on
the battery label. Piercing the membrane will
allow water ingress to the battery, & will
invalidate the warranty.
Overcharging:
The battery pack has an over-current
protection circuit fitted. When charging a
completely discharged battery i.e. first charge,
ensure the battery is removed from the radio
and then re-attached (if fitted to radio when
charging). This will reset the protection
circuitry and ensure normal operation. This
process will need to be repeated if the battery
is allowed to completely discharge in the
future. In normal use this is unlikely.
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Attaching / Removing the Battery Pack
1
To attach, locate the pegs on the bottom of the
battery into the slots on the radio and press the
top of the battery against the radio. Secure
battery by tightening the screw clockwise by
hand. (Do not over tighten)
2
To remove, unscrew the locking screw
anticlockwise & pull the battery away from the
top of the radio.
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2
Battery
Battery Charging
Channels
Using Your HT20
Turning The Radio On & Off
Turn the ON/OFF control on the top of the radio clockwise until the LCD iluminates & a short
beep is emitted. To turn the radio off turn the ON/OFF control anti-clock wise until the LCD
deluminates.
Using Your radio
Before using your radio you may need to adjust the volume on the radio to take in to account
background noise. Adjust the volume using the rotary control on the top of the radio.
Reception
1. To Turn the radio on rotate the volume control clockwise, to select the desired audio level
continue rotating the control clockwise. to increase volume & counter clockwise to decrease.
After power-on, the transceiver will always default to the last channel selected.
2. One second after start-up a tone is generated to indicate the transceiver has passed its
self-diagnostic test. During standby the LED indicator will pulse amber every 3 seconds, to verify
its circuitry is functioning correctly.
3. Use the [UP/DOWN] keys to select a desired channel. A full listing of all available channels can be
found on page 17-18.
4. When receiving a signal the LED indicator illuminates green & an “RX” is displayed on the LCD.
5. While the radio is operating, if you hear white noise you may need to adjust the squelch threshold
of the radio, for more information see page 8 “Adjusting Squelch Threshold”. On some channels a
slight adjustment of the squelch threshold is needed as some channels have a higher noise level
than others.
Transmitting
1. Perform steps 1 through 3 of RECEPTION.
2. Before transmitting, monitor the channel and make sure it is clear.
3. For communications over short distances, press the [H/L] key and select low power (1 watt).
Transmitting on 1 watt prolongs battery life, and should be selected whenever possible.
4. When receiving a signal, wait until the signal stops before transmitting. The transceiver cannot
transmit and receive simultaneously.
5. Press the [PTT] (Push-To-Talk) button to begin your transmission. To confirm transmission in
progress the LCD indicator illuminates TX and the LED illuminates RED.
6. Hold the transceiver 1 inch from your mouth and speak slowly and clearly into the microphone.
7. When the transmission is finished release the [PTT] button.
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Channels
INT, USA & Canadian Modes
NOAA Weather Channels
(Applicable to version A model only)
1. To receive a weather channel, press the [WX] key. The transceiver enters into weather
channel mode.
2. There are 10 weather channels. Use the
&
buttons to select the desired channel.
3. To exit from the weather channels press the [WX] key. The transceiver recalls the previous
working channel.
Emergency Channels
To select the emergency channel, press the [16/9] button from any channel. Channel 16 appears
on the display. To recall the previous channel used, press the [16/9] button once again.
Channel 9
Channel 9 is used as a hailing channel for initial, non-emergency contact with other vessels. Hold
down the [16/9] key for 1 second to select channel 9.
To recall the previous channel used, press the [16/9] button twice.
Monitor Channels
Press the blue monitor button on the top of the radio to defeat the squelch mute and release
button to mute radio. A long press (radio will beep) will hold the squelch mute open until
pressed again to cancel again to return to squelch mute.
Adjusting Squelch Threshold
Press & hold the blue monitor button on the top of the radio and switch radio on, then after the
radio emits a beep release the blue button. This will cause the radio to display a number
representing the squelch threshold from 01-16, 01 is the more sensitive & 16 is the less sensitive.
Use the UP
& DOWN
new squelch level.
channel buttons to adjust the level & press MEM to store the
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Using Your
In compliance with worldwide license regulations the following versions of HT20 are available:
Version A: INT, USA & Canadian modes
Version B, C & D: INT mode only
1. In the case of version A only; to change the channel set of the transceiver, hold down the
[WX] key. The mode changes from USA to Canadian to International.
2. Refer to the marine channel charts in this booklet for allocated channels in each mode.
Channels
Channels
SIMPLEX / DUPLEX CHANNEL USE
Your transceiver has been factory programmed in accordance with FCC (USA), Industry Canada
and International regulations. The mode of operation cannot be altered from simplex to duplex
or vice versa. Simplex or duplex mode is automatically activated, depending on the channel and
the channel set and whether USA, Canadian, or International mode is selected.
Refer to the channel charts listed on pages 18-20 of this user manual.
If you have a licence to use a specific simplex or semi-duplex channel, contact your dealer who
may be able to programme your channel using the transceiver’s private channel memory.
CHANNEL A/B INSTANT ACCESS
For your convenience, two user assigned channels can be programmed for instant access. If the
[A/B] key is pressed and no channel A or B has been assigned, a short beep will be heard.
PROGRAMMING A/B INSTANT ACCESS BUTTONS
1. Hold down the [A/B] key and turn on the transceiver.
2. The letter A will appear on the display and dashes "_ _" indicate that no channel has been
designated channel A.
3. Press the [UP/DOWN] button until the desired channel number is displayed.
4. With the desired channel number displayed, press the [MEM] key once. The "A" will stop
flashing, indicating that the displayed channel is now designated channel A.
5. Press the A / B button again. The letter "b" will appear on the display.
Repeat steps 2 through to 4.
6. Switch transceiver off and on to exit this mode and save changes. If you wish to clear instant
access channels follow step 1 then press the [MEM] key. The “A” will flash. Now switch the
transceiver off and on again.
Note: Should you later wish to delete any stored channels simply press "MEM" key whilst in
A/B programming mode.
OPERATION OF A/B INSTANT ACCESS BUTTONS
Pressing the [A/B] button will toggle between A, B and the previous selected working channel.
Channel A is represented by the "A" to the left of the channel number on the LCD, & channel B
is represented by "B".
Note: Do not confuse this "A" with the one that is sometimes displayed to the right hand side of
the channel number (in USA and Canadian modes)
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Functions
The Scan Function
VOX (Voice Operated Transmit)
Press the [MEM] button & switch the transceiver on. The VOX symbol & a "0" will flash. "0"
indicates VOX is switched off, 1 is for low sensitivity, 5 is for normal sensitivity, and 9 is for
high sensitivity. Use the [UP/DOWN] button to select the desired level, press [MEM] to
confirm, the transceiver is now set to VOX. To switch VOX off, go back into VOX programming
mode by holding the [MEM] key whilst switching on. Press the UP/DOWN button until the
vox level is "off" and press [MEM] to confirm.
In VOX mode the transceiver will react to your voice, and transmit automatically without you
having to press the PTT button. There is always a slight delay for the electronic switching &
consideration will need to be given. To get optimum performance from the VOX feature you
should use a noise cancelling headset or earpiece microphone (see accessory options).
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Functions
1. Select the desired channel to be scanned using the
&
buttons.
2. Press the [MEM] button to store the channel in the transceiver’s memory. [MEM] is
displayed on the LCD. This channel is now memorised to be scanned.
3. To add further channels, repeat steps 1 & 2.
4. To delete a channel from the transceiver’s scan list, press the [MEM] button on a channel
that displays the [MEM] icon until the icon disappears.
5. All channels programmed remain in the transceiver’s scan memory, even if the power is
switched off.
6. Adjust the squelch control until the white noise is eliminated.
7. To start scanning, press the [SCAN] key. The scan proceeds from the lowest to the highest
programmed channel number & stops on channels when a transmission is received.
8. To stop the scan at any time, press the [SCAN] key again.
LCD
LCD Indicators
Indicator
Description
High power selected (5 Watts)
Low power (1 Watt).
The Radio is Transmitting.
The Radio is Recieving.
Indicated channel is memorised for scanning.
Scrambler mode enabled (version A & B only).
Voice operated transmit mode enabled.
Indicates the channel set for USA.
Indicates the channel set for Canadian.
Indicates the channel set for International.
NOAA weather channels selected (USA & Canadian waters only).
A ship-to-ship channel (in USA or Canadian mode).
Battery life indicator.
Indicates keypad is locked, excluding the PTT, H/L & LAMP buttons.
Private channel number selected.
Duplex channel selected (not simplex).
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Optional Accessories
Attaching & Removing Accessories
To remove an accessory: Unscrew the locking screw of
the accessory by hand in an anti-clockwise direction
(carefully use a coin or screwdriver if too tight).
Ensure you re-fit the accessory cover so as to protect
the socket.
Battery & Charger Options
CNB750E
CLB750G
CSAHT
CSBHT
CCAHT-230
CCAHT-110
CCAHT-12
Spare 2000mAh Lithium-Ion battery pack with rear clip
Non Rechargeable GMDSS Lithium-Metal battery
1-way intelligent rapid charger, 110-230v
6-way intelligent, rapid charger, 110-230v
1-way trickle charger with 230V mains adapter
1-way trickle charger with 110V mains adapter
1-way trickle charger with cigar lighter lead, 12V DC operation
Carry Options
CFC750
CLC752
CLC753
CBH750
HT64X soft leatherette case finished in black with carry strap
HT642, HT648 heavy duty black leather case with strap & belt loop
HT20 & HT649 heavy duty black leather case with strap & belt loop
Spare spring loaded belt clip
Audio Accessory Options
CMP1/750
CMP750
EHP9
EA12/750
EA15/750
EA19/750
EHP750
EPT40/750
CXR5/750
CXR16/750
Compact medium duty speaker microphone with earpiece jack
Heavy duty submersible speaker microphone
D-shaped earpiece (plugs into CMP1/750 or CMP750 above)
D-shaped earpiece with in-line PTT/microphone & VOX*
Earpiece microphone with transparent acoustic tube & VOX*
D-shaped earpiece with boom microphone and in-line PTT & VOX*
D-Shaped earpiece (connects directly to radio)
Bone conductive earpiece microphone with PTT
Bone conductive skull microphone with in-line PTT
D-shaped earpiece and throat microphone with in-line PTT
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Accessories
To attach an accessory: Remove the accessory cover by
unscrewing the locking screw anti-clockwise (leave cover
attached or store in a safe place).
Attach accessory plug to the socket. Carefully tighten the
locking screw clockwise until finger tight (do not tighten
with a screwdriver etc).
Optional Accessories
Accessories
CHP1/750
Light weight single earpiece headset with in-line PTT & VOX*
CHP750HS Single earpiece ear defender headset with boom mic and in line PTT for hard hat & VOX*
CHP750HD Double earpiece defender headset with boom mic and in line PTT for hard hat & VOX*
CHP750D
Double earpiece headband defender headset with boom mic and in line PTT & VOX*
CHP750BT Bluetooth double earpiece headband defender headset with boom mic and ear cup PTT
CBH750
Spare spring loaded belt clip
* VOX = Voice Operated Transmit (hands free operation)
For complete up to date list of optional accessories visit www.entel.co.uk
Standard Features
Standard Features:
•
Environmentally protected to IP67 i.e. submersible to 1 metre for up to 30 minutes.
•
Robust design, exceeds MIL-STD-810C/D/E/F.
•
LCD screen to display channel number & current settings \ status.
•
2000mAH Lithium-Ion battery for superior operational time.
•
INT, USA, CAN channels.
•
Full transmit power output 5 Watts.
•
Exceptionally loud & clear audio .
•
Ch 16 \ 9 shortcut button.
•
WX shortcut button.
•
Scan button.
•
Monitor button.
•
MEM button.
•
Automatic power save to further increase operational time.
•
Low battery alert indicates when the battery needs charging or replacing.
•
Battery charge count to indicate when a battery needs replacing.
Dealer Programmable Features:
•
Key lock button
•
Prefixed minimum volume level and fixed bleep level
•
VOX (Voice Operated Transmit) Function.
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Controls
Controls
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Power & Volume Control: Powers the radio on and off and controls the volume.
The Microphone: Internal condenser microphone
Up / Down Buttons: Press up / down buttons to change channel.
16/9 Button: A momentary press of the button selects channel 16 and a longer press
select channel 9.
WX Button: Immediately recalls the weather channels.
Scan Button: Starts / Stops scanning the memorised channels.
The MEM Button: Memorises a desired channel for scanning.
The A/B Button: Provides Instant access to preassigned channels (if programmed)
Speaker: The Radio’s Speaker.
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Controls
Controls
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Lamp / Key lock Button: Momentarily pressing this button illuminates the LCD display.
Holding this button for over 1 second activates the key lock. To deactivate the key lock
press & hold the button again until the lock removes.
The Radio’s Battery Pack: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack.
PTT (Push To Talk Switch): Hold down to transmit, release to receive.
H/L Button: Press and hold this button for 1 second to toggle between high and low power
(1 & 5 Watts).
The Accessory Connector: Used to attach any HT20 approved accessory.
LED Indicator: Indicates the status of the radio:
• RED
Steady
= Transmitting
• RED
Flashing slowly
= Battery needs re-charging
• GREEN Steady
= Receiving
Monitor Button: Press to monitor the channel without the squelch mute.
Antenna Connector: Use to attach the antenna of the radio.
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Glossary of Terms
Term
Encryption
Channels designated as defined and regulated by Industry Canada, (RIC),
Marine Communications & Traffic Services.
Transmit and receive on different frequencies.
Scrambled audio for extra privacy.
FM
International
Channels
Marine
Channels
Frequency Modulation.
Channel designations as defined for use in international waters by the
International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
Special channels reserved for marinas located in selected European
countries. These channels are pre-programmed in the transceiver as P1 & P2.
Private
Channels
Channels which are assigned by regulatory agencies governing VHF radio use
for a specific region or country. These channels are prefixed with a "P" and
can only be programmed into the transceiver by authorised dealers.
PTT
Press To Talk (Transmit)
RX
Receive
Simplex
Transmit and receive on the same frequency.
Squelch
To suppress background noise
TX
Transceiver
USA
Channels
VOX
VHF
Transmit
A device that can transmit and receive
Channel designations as defined by the Federal Communications Commission
(FCCVOX )
Voice Operated Transmit
Very High Frequency (30MHz to 300 MHz)
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Glossary
Canadian
Channels
Duplex
Description
Troubleshoot
Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Transceiver not switching on
The scan key does not start
the scan
PROBABLE CAUSE
Battery needs charging or
battery is exhausted
REMEDY
Charge the battery pack
replace the battery pack
Use the MEM key to enter
desired channels into scan
No channels memorised
memory. Adjust the squelch to
(MEM) Squelch is not adjusted threshold or to the point
where the white noise just
disappears.
Cannot change any function
Key lock is switched on
Defective battery or charger.
The LED on the charger does
Dirty terminal contact on
not illuminate when charging
battery or charger
No transmit or cannot select Some channels are low power
high power
only Battery pack exhausted
Transceiver transmits without
pressing PTT button Buttons VOX has been enabled
seem to work intermittently
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Turn key lock off
Contact your dealer Clean
contacts with dry clean cloth
Change to high power channel
Charge / replace the battery
Hold MEM button for 2 secs,
use UP or DOWN button &
select “off” to turn VOX
off
Channel Chart
1A
Channel Set
USA CAN INT
2
3A
S
X
1
Channel Use
PORT OPERATION AND COMMERCIAL
156.05000
X
D
160.65000
156.05000 PUBLIC, PORT OPERATIONS
X
X
D
160.70000
156.10000 PUBLIC, PORT OPERATIONS
S
X
X
4A
X
4
X
Frequency
Receive
Transmit
X
3
5A
S/D
D
X
D
X
D
X
S
156.30000
INTER-SHIP SAFETY
S
156.35000
COMMERCIAL
S
S
6
X
X
7A
X
X
7
X
D
160.75000
156.15000 PUBLIC, PORT OPERATIONS
X
X
5
US GOVERMENT, COAST GUARD
156.15000
COMMERCIAL FISHING
156.20000
160.80000
156.20000 PUBLIC, PORT OPERATIONS
PORT OPERATIONS,VTS IN SEATTLE
156.25000
160.85000
160.95000
156.25000 PUBLIC, PORT OPERATIONS
156.35000 PUBLIC, PORT OPERATIONS
8
X
X
X
S
156.40000
COMMERCIAL (INTER-SHIP ONLY)
9
X
X
X
S
156.45000
BOATER CALLING CHANNEL
10
X
X
X
S
156.50000
COMMERCIAL / INTERSHIP
11
X
X
X
S
156.55000
COMMERCIAL / PORT OPERATIONS
12
X
X
X
S
156.60000
PORT OPERATION
13
X
X
S
156.65000
INTER-SHIP NAVIGATION SAFETY
X
S
156.65000
INTER-SHIP NAVIGATION SAFETY
X
S
156.70000
13
14
X
15
X
15
X
R
156.75000
PORT OPERATION
-
SHIP MOVEMENT
X
X
S
156.75000
SHIP MOVEMENT \ INTERSHIP
16
X
X
X
S
156.80000
INTERNATIONAL DISTRESS
17
X
X
X
S
156.85000
STATE CONTROLLED \ INTERSHIP
18A
X
X
S
156.90000
COMMERCIAL
18
19A
X
X
D
X
D
20A
X
20
X
X
D
161.60000
157.00000 PORT OPERATION AND SHIPMENT
20
21A
21
X
X
D
161.60000
157.00000 PORT OPERATION AND SHIPMENT
X
S
S
X
19
S
X
D
161.50000
156.90000 PORT OPERATION, SHIP MOVEMENT
156.95000
161.55000
157.00000
157.05000
161.65000
COAST GUARD
156.95000 PORT OPERATION, SHIP MOVEMENT
PORT OPERATION
U.S. GOV, CANADIAN COST GUARD
157.05000 PORT OPERATION, SHIP MOVEMENT
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Channel Chart
CH
Channel Chart
Channel Chart
Channel Set
CH USA CAN INT
22A
X
23A
S
X
22
X
D
S
X
23
S/D
Frequency
Receive
Transmit
Channel Use
157.10000
161.70000
157.10000 PORT OPERATION, SHIP MOVEMENT
U.S. GOVERNMENT ONLY
157.15000
161.75000
157.15000 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
X
X
D
24
X
X
X
D
161.80000
157.20000 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
25
X
X
X
D
161.85000
157.25000 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
26
X
X
X
D
161.90000
157.30000 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
27
X
X
X
D
161.95000
157.35000 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
28
X
X
X
D
162.00000
157.40000 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
X
S
X
D
X
D
X
D
37
60
61A
X
X
62A
S
X
63
64A
X
X
64
65A
X
X
X
X
X
66
67
X
D
S
X
X
66A
D
S
X
65
66A
S
X
62
63A
S
X
61
D
MARINA CHANNEL
157.85000
160.62500
156.02500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
-
156.07500
160.67500
156.07500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
-
156.12500
160.72500
156.12500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
PORT OPERATIONS
156.17500
160.77500
156.17500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
156.22500
160.82500
156.22500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
PORT OPERATIONS
156.27500
160.87500
156.27500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
S
156.32500
PORT OPERATIONS
S
156.32500
PORT OPERATIONS
160.92500
156.32500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
X
D
X
S
156.37500
S
156.37500
S
156.42500
INTERSHIP
67
X
68
X
X
X
69
X
X
X
S
70
X
X
X
R
71
X
X
X
S
156.57500
PORT OPERATIONS
72
X
X
X
S
156.62500
NON-COMMERCIAL \ INTERSHIP
73
X
X
X
S
156.67500
INTERSHIP
NON-COMMERCIAL
156.47500
156.25000
INTERSHIP
-
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DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING
Channel Chart
Frequency
Channel Set
S/D
Receive
Transmit
USA CAN INT
74
X
X
S
156.72500
PORT OPERATIONS
75
X
X
S
156.77500
PORT \ GUARD CHANNELS
76
X
X
S
156.82500
PORT \ GUARD CHANNELS
77
X
S
156.87500
PORT OPERATIONS
S
156.87500
PORT OPERATIONS \ INTERSHIP
S
156.92500
NON-COMMERCIAL
X
X
77
78A
X
X
X
78
79A
X
80A
X
X
X
X
D
X
D
S
S
S
S
X
X
83
84A
D
X
82
83A
X
X
81
82A
D
X
80
81A
X
X
79
X
D
S
X
X
D
X
S
84
X
X
D
85A
X
S
85
X
X
D
86A
X
S
86
X
X
D
87A
X
87
X
X
X
X
S
D
X
87
X
88A
X
88
X
X
161.52500
156.92500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
156.97500
161.57500
157.02500
161.62500
COMMERCIAL
156.97500 PORT OPERATION, SHIP MOVEMENT
COMMERCIAL
157.02500 PORT \ SHIP MOVEMENT
157.07500
161.67500
157.07500 PORT OPERATION
157.12500
161.72500
157.12500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
157.17500
161.77500
157.17500 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.22500
161.82500
157.27500
161.87500
PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.32500 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.37500
161.97500
PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.27500 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.32500
161.92500
PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.22500 PUBLIC \ PORT OPERATIONS
PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.37500 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
S
157.37500
PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
S
157.42500
COMMERCIAL
D
X
88
S
162.02500
157.42500 PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
157.42500
Key:
•
•
•
Channel Use
S = Simplex.
D = Duplex.
R = Receive Only.
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PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE
Channel Chart
CH
Specifications
Technical Specifications
GENERAL
Frequency Range
156 - 163.275MHz
Channel Spacing
25 kHz
Communication Method
Simplex
Antenna
High Efficiency Helical
Antenna Impedance
50 ohm
Power Supply Voltage
7.4 V DC
Battery Life
Current Drain (nominal)
Duty Cycle
Microphone
Operating Temperature
Size
8 Hours
Standby 40mA; RX: 390 mA; 1.0 W audio output (1kHz)
TX: Less than 1 A at 2W, 0.7 A at 1W.
TX: 10%, RX 10%, Standby: 80%
Internal condenser microphone
-20°C to 60°C
Height
= 130mm (145mm including knobs);
Width
= 59.5mm (62mm including protrusions);
Diameter = 37mm
Weight
Less than 300g.
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(41mm including battery protrusions);
Technical Specifications
Frequency Range
Power Output
Modulation
156.025 - 157.425
Selectable: HIGH = 5W, LOW = 1W
16K0G3E
Oscillator Method
PLL
Frequency Stability
±2PPM
Maximum Deviation
±5 kHz
Audio Distortion
Spurious Emissiong
Hum & Noise
< 5% (1 kHz 60%)
-55db
-40 [dB]
RECEIVER
Frequency Range
Receiver Type
Sensitivity
156 - 163.275MHz
Double Super Heterodyne type
<0.25uV (12dB SINAD)
Frequency Stability
±2PPM
Spurious Rejection
-60 dB
Adjacent Channel Selectivity
-70 dB
Distortion
< 3% Typical
Hum & Noise
-40 dB
Audio Output
1W
Speaker Size
38 mm
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Specifications
TRANSMITTER
Notes
Notes
Use this page to record important information, such as the serial number of your radio and any
private channels programmed by your dealer etc.
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Notes
Notes
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