TSC-3000R
MULTIBAND SCANNING RECEIVER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Manufactured by
www.ttikorea.co.kr
CAUTIONS ................................................. 5
1. SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ...................... 6
2. FITTING AND REMOVING THE BATTERY
PACK ......................................................... 6
3. INSTALLING THE ANTENNA .................... 7
4. INSTALLING THE LANYARD .................... 7
5. CHARGING THE BATTERY ...................... 8
6. CONTROLS .............................................. 10
Power On/Off Lock Button .................. 11
Control Knob ....................................... 11
Up/Down Keys .................................... 11
Squelch Up/Down Keys ...................... 11
Function Keys ..................................... 11
Menu Keys .......................................... 11
Enter/VFO Keys ................................. 11
Keypad ................................................ 11
Accessory Jack .................................. 11
LCD Display ........................................ 11
Jack Cover Securiting Point ................ 11
Antenna ............................................... 11
Lanyard Slot ...................................... 11
7. KEYPAD .................................................... 12
8. EXTENDED FUNCTION KEYS ................ 13
AW ....................................................... 14
MW ....................................................... 14
MR .......................................................14
CANC ...................................................14
MODE ..................................................14
SKIP .....................................................14
DW .......................................................14
PRI ......................................................14
TONE ...................................................14
DLY ......................................................14
LMT ......................................................14
ATT ......................................................14
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
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9. LCD DISPLAY ............................................ 15
10. GENERAL OPERATION ........................... 16
Turning the unit On or OFF ..................16
KEY Lock ............................................ 16
Volume ................................................ 16
Squelch ............................................... 16
Func Keys .......................................... 16
Menu Keys .......................................... 17
E/VFO Key [Enter/VFO] ...................... 17
Control Knob ....................................... 17
11. SELECTING FREQUENCIES ................... 18
Direct Frequency Input ........................ 18
Using the Control Knob ....................... 19
Mode Selection ................................... 20
Frequency Step Selection ................... 21
12. FREQUENCY BANDS ............................... 22
13. FREQUENCY SEARCH ............................ 23
Band Search ....................................... 23
Full Search .......................................... 24
Limited Search .................................... 25
Priority Search .................................... 28
Dual Watch ......................................... 30
14. MEMORY BANKS ..................................... 31
Manual Memories ............................... 31
Automatic Memories ........................... 31
Limited Search Memories ................... 32
Dual Watch Memories ........................ 32
15. STORING FREQUENCIES INTO THE
MEMORIES ............................................... 33
Manual Memories ............................... 33
Automatic Memories ........................... 35
Limited Search Memories ................... 37
Dual Watch Memories ........................ 40
16. CHANNEL SCAN ....................................... 42
Band Scan .......................................... 42
Full Scan ............................................. 43
Priority Scan ....................................... 44
17. MENU SETTINGS ...................................... 46
VFO Mode ........................................... 47
Memory Read Mode ............................ 48
18. COPYING FREQUENCIES BETWEEN
MEMORY BANKS ...................................... 49
Bank Copy ........................................... 49
Channel Copy ..................................... 50
Channel Move .................................... 51
All Clear .............................................. 52
Bank Clear .......................................... 53
Channel Clear ..................................... 54
19. CLONING STORED MEMORIES WITH
ANOTHER UNIT ....................................... 55
20. SPECIFICATION ....................................... 56
General ............................................... 56
Bank Copy ........................................... 57
21. NOTES ....................................................... 58
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CONTENTS
CAUTIONS
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• Please read these instructions carefully before operating your
receiver. Your scanner is a complex and powerful unit with many
functions. Please retain this manual for future reference. Any
illegal use offending the national law is not allowed.
Never connect the receiver to the power source other than the
specified battery. Otherwise the damage to your receiver may
may occur.
• N e v e r use the receiver in or near the mining area, near
explosives or where signs indicate ‘Blasting Area’. Never use or
charge the receiver in a potentially explosive atmosphere.
• Do Not place the receiver in front of the vehicle airbag.
Do Not operate the receiver on board the aircraft.
Always charge the receiver at normal room temperature.
• Always replace the accessory jack cover when the jack is not in
use.
• Use only munufacturer-supplied rechargeable battery in your
receiver.
• Do Not expose the receiver to water. It is not waterproof.
Avoid storing or charging the receiver in direct sunlight.
• Avoid storing the receiver in temperatures below -20°C or
above +60°C .
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SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
• Scanner Receiver
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• Antenna
• Lanyard Strap
• Rechargeable Battery Pack
• Earphone
• Charger Cradle
• Power Adaptor
FITTING AND REMOVING THE BATTERY PACK
Fitting
1) Ensure the receiver is switched
off.
2) Align the bottom of the battery
pack with the securing slots in
the base of the receiver.
3) Press the top of the battery pack
into the back of the receiver until
it ‘clicks’.
Removing
1) Ensure the receiver is switched
off.
2) Holding the receiver in one hand,
press down on the battery
release catch.
3) List the top of the battery pack
away from the receiver.
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INSTALLING THE ANTENNA
1) Place the antenna onto the
antenna socket on top of the radio.
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2) Rotate the antenna clockwise to
screw into place.
3) Do not over tighten.
INSTALLING THE LANYARD
1) Slide the small end loop of the
lanyard through the slot in the rear
of the receiver’s top panel.
2) Feed the large end of the lanyard
through the loop and tighten.
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CHARGING THE BATTERY
To charge the battery:
1) Fit the battery to the receiver (see instructions above). Ensure
the receiver is switched off.
2) Connect the AC Adaptor to the charging cradle.
3) Plug the AC adaptor into a mains power outlet.
4) Insert the receiver into the charging cradle until it ‘clicks’ home.
The charging LED will glow RED and charging will begin.
• If the charging LED blinks RED and GREEN or does not light
at all, remove the receiver into the cradle and reinsert it.
The charging time for a discharged battery is typically 12– 15
hours. When the battery is fully charged, the LED will turn GREEN.
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Your scanner receiver is supplied with a rechargeable battery
pack, desktop charging cradle and AC adaptor.
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2
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1 Adaptor DC Plug
2 AC Adaptor
3 Charging LED
4 Chaging Cradle
NOTE : If you find yourself in a position where you need to charge
the battery but the charging Cradle is not available, you
can plug the AC Adaptor directly into the receivers
charging socket located under the Accessory Jack cover.
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CONTROLS
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2
12
3
11
4
10
5
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7
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1 Power On/Off Lock Button
8 Keypad
2 Control Knob
9 Accessory Jack
3 Up/Down Keys
10 LCD Display
4 Squelch Up/Down Keys
11 Jack Cover Securing Point
5 Function Key
12 Antenna
6 Menu Key
13 Lanyard Slot
7 Enter/VFO Key
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1 Power On/Off Lock Button
Turns the receiver on and off. Also Locks the keypad.
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2 Control Knob
Selects frequencies and channels and selects values from menus.
3 Up/Down Keys
Adjusts the Volume and selects Menu items and frequency steps.
4 Squelch Up/Down Keys
Opens and closes the squelch.
5 Function Keys
Enables extended keypad functions.
6 Menu Keys
Provides access to setup menus.
7 Enter/VFO Keys
Confirms selections and selects the VFO mode
8 Keypad
Allows direct entry of frequencies and selection of functions.
9 Accessory Jack
Provides charging and earphone jacks.
10 LCD Display
Shows frequencies and selected functions.
11 Jack Cover Securing Point
Holds the accessory jack cover in place.
12 Antenna
Provides reception of signals.
13 Lanyard Slot
Allows connection of the Lanyard to protect the receiver from
being accidentally dropped.
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KEYPAD
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Direct Input Keys
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3
1
1 Number Keys
Used to enter frequencies in VFO mode and to make direct
selected of Banks in memory Read mode.
2 Bank/Band Key
Used to change Memory Banks or Frequency Bands.
3 Scan/Search Key
Used to activate or deactivate the Scan function in memory read
mode or the Search function in VFO mode.
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EXTENDED FUNCTION KEYS
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The Keypad Keys on the front panel have secondary functions
which are printed below each key. These secondary functions are
accessed after pressing the FUNC key.
a
1
c
3
d
4
e
5
h
8
6f
g
7
9i
13
b
2
j
10
11
k
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Extended Function
Keys
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
Automatic Write
Automatically
stores
scanned
frequencies in the Automatic Memory
storage area.
Manual Write
Allows
manual
storage
of
frequencies into the Manual Memory
storage area.
Memory Read
Allows reading of the frequencies in
the stored memories.
Cancel
Used to Cancel an incorrect input.
Mode
Selects the receiver modes (AM, FM,
WFM or Automatic).
Skip
Used to Skip channels when Scanning
or Skip frequencies when Searching.
Dual Watch
Activates or Deactivates the Dual
Watch function.
Priority Channel
Activates or Deactivates
selection of a Priority Channel.
Tone
Activates or Deactivates the selected
CTCSS/DCS tone. The required tone
is selected from the Menu function in
VFO mode.
Delay
Activates or Deactivates the Delay
timer which determines how long the
radio will wait on a frequency after a
signal has disappeared. The Delay
time is set from the Menu function.
Limit:
Allows the entry of upper and lower
frequency limits when Searching.
Attenuator:
Activates or deactivates the signal
attenuator to reduce the receiver's
sensitivity in strong signal conditions.
the
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KEY
LCD DISPLAY
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
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16 17 18 19 20 21
1 Dual Watch
11 Data Transfer
2 Priority Channel
12 Battery Charge Level
3 Power Save
13 Frequency Display
4 Scan
14 Channel Indicator
5 Function
15 AM, FM, WFM Mode
6 Memory
16 Attenuator
7 Search
17 Bank Number
8 Skip
18 Scan Delay Timer
9 Key Tone & Beep Tone
19 Frequency Step
10 Keypad Lock
20 Tone
21 Signal Meter
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Turning the unit On or Off
Press and hold the RED Button on the top of the unit
to turn the unit ON.
Press and hold the RED Button again to turn the unit
OFF.
KEY Lock
Briefly press the RED Button on the top of the unit to
turn the Key Lock ON.
Briefly press the RED Button again to turn the Key
Lock OFF again.
Volume
Press the 5 key to increase the volume.
Press the 6 key to decrease the volume.
The volume level will be displayed from 00 to 31.
Squelch
Press the 5 key on the side of the radio to increase
the Squelch setting and the 6 key on to decrease
th e Sq u e l ch se tti n g . The S q u e l c h l e v e l w i l l b e
displayed from 00 to 09. At maximum Squelch
setting, ‘ A T ’ i s selected which represents an
automatic (preset) level setting.
Func Key
The Function key provides access to secondary
functions associated with the front panel keys. The
secondary function labels are printed below their
respective keys.
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GENERAL OPERATION
Menu Key
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The M e n u k e y p r o v i d e s a c c e s s t o t h e r a d i o s
settings. The settings menus will vary depending on
which mode the receiver is in.
E/VFO Key [Enter/VFO]
P r e s s th e E/VFO key to select the VFO mode.
Frequencies can now be entered directly from the
Keyboard. Press the E/VFO key to Enter (accept) the
selected frequency.
Note: The receiver always selects the VFO mode each time it
turned on.
Control Knob
The Control knob is used to change the current
display option.
In VFO mode, rotate the Control knob to change the
displayed frequency at the selected frequency steps.
Rotate lockwise to increase the frequency and
counter clockwise to decrease the frequency.
In Menu mode, rotate the Control knob to change
the selected setting.
In Channel memory mode, rotate the Control knob
to step up or down through the memories.
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SELECTING FREQUENCIES
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The receiver always selects the VFO mode when it is turned on.
You can select frequencies using one of the following methods:
Direct Frequency Input
Enter frequencies using the numbered
keypad. Don’t forget to include the
decimal point where applicable.
When you have entered the required
frequency, press the E/VFO key to
accept it. If the frequency you have
entered is not within the selected
frequency step, it is automatically
corrected to the nearest correct
frequency.
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e.g. Entering 456.25 followed by
E/VFO r e s u l t s i n 4 5 6 . 2 5 0 0 b e i n g
selected.
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Using the Control Knob
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First select the required starting frequency using the Direct
Frequency Input method, then rotate the Control knob to step up or
down in frequency from the starting point. The frequency will
change in the selected frequency step.
• To change frequency in 1 MHz steps, press the Func key,
then press the 5 or 6 keys to change the frequency. (F is
displayed while the Func mode is active).
• To change frequency in 10 MHz steps, press the Func key,
then rotate the Control knob to change the frequency. (F is
displayed while the Func mode is active).
Note : The Func mode clears a few seconds after the last key
press or control knob change.
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Mode Selection
To manually select a different Mode,
press Func followed by the MODE key.
Each press will step through the Mode
settings in the following order:
AM - FM - WFM (Wideband FM) - Auto
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By default, the receiver automatically
selects the modulation Mode most
commonly used for each band (see the
Frequency Band chart for the default
modes for each band)
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2
To automatically have the receiver select the mode for the band
you are on, select the Auto Mode.
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FREQUENCY BANDS
Frequency Band
Start up
Frequency
150 kHz to 495 kHz
Default
Mode
Default
Step
AM
5 kHz
504 kHz to 1.620 MHz
1.5 MHz
AM
5 kHz
1.625 MHz to 29.995 MHz
5 MHz
AM
5 kHz
30 MHz to 87.975 MHz
51 MHz
FM
25 kHz
88 MHz to 107.950 MHz
88 MHz
WFM
50 kHz
108 MHz to 135.975 MHz
118 MHz
AM
25 kHz
136 MHz to 255.100 MHz
150 MHz
FM
25 kHz
255.1125 MHz to 382.100 MHz
370 MHz
FM
12.5 kHz
382.125 MHz to 769.800 MHz
430 MHz
FM
25 KHz
769.8125 MHz to 960.100 MHz
850 MHz
FM
12.5 KHz
960.125 MHz to 1309.975 MHz
1295 MHz
FM
25 kHz
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The Scanner supports the following Frequency Bands
FREQUENCY SEARCH
Band Search
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Use the Search function to locate active frequencies in one or
more bands
1) Press the E/VFO key to select VFO
Mode. (Note: the receiver
automatically selects the VFO
mode when it is turned on).
2) Press the BAND key to select the
required Band. There are 10 factory
preset Bands to choose from (see
Frequency Band Table).
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3) Set the Squelch level using the
Squelch 5 or 6 keys so that the
noise just disappears.
4) Select a start frequency to Search
from. To do this, enter the
frequency o n t h e k e y p a d , t h e n
press E/VFO key.
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2
5 6
4
5) Press the SCAN SRC key briefly. The ‘SRCH’ icon will be
displayed and the receiver will Search the selected Band
starting from the start frequency. Once the end of the band is
reached the Search continues at the beginning of the selected
Band.
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6) To stop the Search, press the SCAN SRC key again.
• To change the Search direction rotate the Control knob
clockwise or counter clockwise.
• The receiver will stay on an active channel according to the
Scan Timer settings in the VFO Menu. If the Scan Timer is
set to ‘5 seconds’, the receiver will continue Searching after
5 seconds even if the channel is still busy. If the Scan Timer
is set to ‘Busy’, the receiver will remain on the busy
frequency for as long as it stays busy, then resume
searching when the signal disappears.
Full Search
The Full Search function searches the entire scanner frequency
range for signals.
1) Press the E/VFO key to select
VFO Mode. (Note: the receiver
automatically selects the VFO
mode when it is turned on).
2) Set the Squelch level using the
Squelch 5 or 6 keys so that the
noise just disappears.
3) Press and hold the SCAN SRC
key for 2 seconds. The ‘SRCH’
icon will be displayed and the
receiver will Search the entire
frequency range of the receiver.
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• During the Search, press the BANK BAND key to move to
the next Band.
4) To stop the Search, press the SCAN SRC key again.
• During the Search, press the BANK BAND key to move to
the next Band.
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• To change the Search direction rotate the Control knob
clockwise or counter clockwise.
• The receiver will stay on an active channel according to the
Scan Timer settings in the VFO Menu. If the Scan Timer is
set to ‘5 seconds’, the receiver will continue Searching after
5 seconds even if the channel is still busy. If the Scan Timer
is set to ‘Busy’, the receiver will remain on the busy
frequency for as long as it stays busy, then resume
searching when the signal disappears.
Limited Search
You can limit the search between two user-selectable frequency
limits.
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1) Press the E/VFO key to select
VFO Mode. (Note: the receiver
automatically selects the VFO
mode when it is turned on).
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2
2) Set the Squelch level using the
Squelch 5 or 6 keys so that the
noise just disappears.
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1
3) Press Func followed by the LMT
key. [L1] is displayed.
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3
4
4) Enter the First frequency using the keypad or the Control knob.
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5) Press E/VFO when done. [L2] is
displayed.
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6) Enter the Second frequency using
the keypad or the Control knob.
7) Press SCAN SRC. The Limited
Search will begin, searching
upwards from the first frequency
to the second in a continuous
cycle.
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6
8) To stop the Search, press the SCAN SRC key again.
• To change the Search direction rotate the Control knob
clockwise or counter clockwise
• The receiver will stay on an active channel according to the
Scan Timer settings in the VFO Menu. If the Scan Timer is
set to ‘5 seconds’, the receiver will continue Searching after
5 seconds even if the channel is still busy. If the Scan Timer
is set to ‘Busy’, the receiver will remain on the busy
frequency for as long as it stays busy, then resume
searching when the signal disappears.
NOTE: The Limit Search always Searches upwards in Frequency.
If the first frequency is lower than the second it will search between
the two frequencies. If the first frequency is higher then the second
it will search outside the two frequencies.
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L1 is a lower frequency than L2
L1 is a higher frequency than L2
Example.
1st Frequency
2nd Frequency
40 MHz
50 MHz
40 - 50 MHz
50 MHz
40 MHz
1309.995 MHz, 150 KHz-40 MHz
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Priority Search allows you to insert a Priority Channel into the
frequency Search. When the Search is activated, the receiver will
visit the Priority channel or frequency at an interval set by the
‘Priority Time’ in the Menu setup.
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To perform a Priority Search using a
frequency as the Priority channel:
1) Enter the required Priority channel
frequency using the Keypad then
press E/VFO.
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2) Press Func PRI. The selected
frequency is now the Priority Channel.
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2
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4
2
1
3) Press Band/Bank to select the required frequency band you
wish to scan.
4) Press Scan/Src. The receiver will begin searching the selected
Band and will switch to the Priority channel at an interval set by
the ‘Priority Time’ setting in the setup menu.
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Priority Search
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To perform a Priority Search using a
stored channel as the Priority channel:
1) Press Func MR to select the Memory
Read mode.
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2) Press Bank/Band to select the
required memory bank.
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3) Rotate the Control Knob to select the
required channel.
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5
2 6
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4) Press Func PRI. The selected
channel is now the Priority Channel.
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4
5) Press the E/VFO key to select VFO mode.
6) Press Band/Bank to select the required frequency band you
wish to search.
7) Press Scan/Src. The receiver will begin searching the selected
Band and will switch to the Priority channel at an interval set by
the ‘Priority Time’ setting in the setup menu.
Notes:
• If a signal is received, the receiver will remain on the active
frequency for the duration of the ‘Busy Timer’ setting in the
Menu setup. If the ‘Busy timer’ is set to Busy the receiver will
stay on the active channel for as long as the signal is
present.
• To change the frequency band while searching, briefly press
Band/Bank key.
• To change the search direction while searching, rotate the
control knob clockwise or counter clockwise.
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Dual Watch
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4 or
To set the Dual Watch function:
1) Enter one of the required
frequencies using the Control
knob or Keypad then press
E/VFO.
2) Adjust the squelch so that the
receiver is muted.
3) Press Func DW.
4) Enter the second frequency using
the Control knob or the Keypad
then press E/VFO.
5) The Dual watch begins
automatically. If a signal is
received, the receiver will remain
on the active frequency for the
duration of the ‘Busy Timer’
setting in the Menu setup. If the
‘Busy timer’ is set to Busy the
receiver will stay on the active
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3
1
4
To stay on an active frequency indefinitely or to stop the Dual
Watch function press Func DW again. The receiver will exit the
Dual Watch function.
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The Dual Watch function lets you constantly monitor two
frequencies for activity.
MEMORY BANKS
The scanner memory storage area has a capacity of 1300
locations. These are split into specific segments as follows:
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1000 Manual Storage Memories.
200 Automatic Storage Memories
50 Limited Search Memories (2 x 25 pairs)
50 Dual Watch memories (2 x 25 Pairs)
Manual Memories
The Manual Memory area allows the user to manually store up to
1000 individual frequencies. It is split into memory banks with a
maximum capacity of 40 memory banks, each containing 25
memory locations (40 x 25 = 1000).
However the memory capacity of each bank is flexible up to a
maximum of 100 memories per bank, but at a reduction in the
number of banks available.
For example, in an extreme case where each bank is programmed
with the maximum 100 memories, the number of banks available
would be reduced to 10 (10 banks x 100 memories = 1000
memory capacity).
The default Manual memory banks are labelled 00 to 39.
Automatic Memories
The Automatic Memory area can store up to 200 frequencies in
two banks of 100 memories. The automatic memory is used when
searching a band of frequencies. The scanner can automatically
store any active frequencies it finds while searching.
The Automatic Memory banks are labelled A0 and A1
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The Limited Search Memories consists of 50 memory locations
split into 25 pairs of frequencies. The Limited Search function
allows you to specify the upper and lower frequency limits of a
section of frequency band that you wish to scan. These frequency
limit ‘pairs’ can be stored in the Limited Search memories for recall
at a later time.
The Limited Search Memory Upper and Lower limits are identified
as A and b.
The 25 pairs are therefore labelled A00, b00 to A24, b24
Dual Watch Memories
The Dual Watch function allows the radio to switch between two
selected frequencies. The Dual Watch Memories consists of 50
memory locations split into 25 pairs of frequencies.
The two Dual Watch frequencies are identified as A and b. The 25
pairs are therefore labelled A00, b00 to A24, b24.
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Limited Search Memories
STORING FREQUENCIES INTO THE MEMORIES
Manual memories
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To manually store a frequency into one of the manual memories:
1) Press the E/VFO key to select VFO
Mode.
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2) Press the BAND key to select the
required Band.
3) Select the frequency that you want
to store using the number keys or
the control knob.
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4) Press Func MW to enter the
Memory Write mode.
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2
4
5
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6
5) The receiver will find and display an empty memory bank and
memory location automatically.
6) If required, use the number keys to select a new memory bank
e.g. for memory bank 16 press 1 and 6
7) To change the memory location, rotate the control knob.
8) Press Func MW again to store the frequency.
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To recall a frequency from the manual memories:
1) Press the E/VFO key to select VFO
Mode.
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2) Press Func MR. The receiver will
enter the Memory Read mode.
3) To step through the memory banks
press the BANK key or enter the
memory bank directly using the
numbered keys. Memory banks are
numbered 00 to 39
4) Select the required channel using
the control knob.
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Automatic Memories
The Au to ma ti c M emory holds frequencies that are stored
automatically while doing a Band Search
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To store frequencies into the Automatic Memories:
1) Press the E/VFO key to select
VFO Mode.
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2) Select the band and frequency
that you wish to begin searching
from.
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3
3) Set the squelch level to a point
where the receiver is just quiet.
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2 5
6
4 ) Press Func AW t o s e l e c t t h e
Automatic Write mode.
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4
2
5) Press the Bank key to select the required memory bank (A0 or
A1).
6) Press the SCAN/SRC key to begin scanning.
7) As active frequencies are found they are automatically stored
in the select memory bank. When all 100 channels are fully
stored the receiver will Beep.
8) To exit from the Automatic memory mode, press the E/VFO
key.
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To recall a frequencies from the Automatic Memories
1) Press the E/VFO key to select VFO
Mode.
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2) Press Func MR. The receiver will
enter the Memory Read mode.
3) Press the BANK key repeatedly to
step through the memory banks
until A0 or A1 are selected.
4) Select the required channel using
the control knob.
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1
3
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Limited Search Memories
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Here you will be storing a pair of frequencies that represents the
upper and lower limits of a section of frequency band you wish to
search for signals.
To store a pair of frequency limits into the Limited Search
Memories.
1) Press the E/VFO key to select
VFO Mode.
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2) Press the Band key to select the
required band.
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3
3) Enter the frequency that represents
one end of the range you wish to
search.
4
1 5
2 4
4) Press Func LMT. L1 will flash on
the display to indicate that you are
entering the first frequency limit
4
3
5) Press the E/VFO key to accept. L2 will flash on the display to
indicate you are now entering the second limit frequency.
5
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6) Enter the second frequency limit
then press E/VFO to accept it.
7) Now press Func MW. The receiver
enters the Memory Write mode
and selects the Pr memory bank.
7
7
7 9
6
7 9
6
8) Use the control knob to select an empty channel to store the
frequency pair.
9) Press Func MW again to store the frequencies.
The selected frequencies limits will be stored as a pair of
channels in locations Axx and bxx where xx is the channel
number you selected in step 8
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6 8
To recall a frequency limit pair from the Limited Search Memories
1) Press the E/VFO key to select
VFO Mode.
4
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2) Press Func MR. The receiver will
enter the Memory Read mode.
3) Press the BANK key repeatedly to
step through the memory banks
u n t i l Pr i s d i s p l a y e d o r p r e s s
MODE key to directly access Pr
blank
5
2
1
3
6
4) Select the required channel using
the control knob.
5) Set the squelch level to a point
where the receiver is just quiet.
2
3
6) Briefly press SCAN/SRC. The
radio will begin scanning between
the selected frequency limits.
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The Dual Watch memories are used to store a pair of frequencies
that will be monitored when the Dual Watch feature is enabled. Up
to 50 frequencies (25 pairs) can be stored.
To store a pair of Dual Watch frequency into the Dual Watch
Memories
4
6 or
9
1) Press the E/VFO key to select
VFO Mode.
2) Press the Band key to select the
required band.
3
3) Adjust the Squelch so the receiver
is muted.
5 8
10
1 7
2
8
4) Enter one of the frequencies that
you wish to monitor.
5) Press Func DW. The ‘D’ Dual
Watch icon will be displayed.
6) Enter a second frequency using 5
the control knob or the number 10
keys.
4
6
7) Press the E/VFO key to accept. The Dual Watch function will
begin.
8) Now press Func MW. The receiver 8
enters the Memory Write mode and
selects the Du (Dual Watch) memory
bank.
9) Use the control knob to select an empty channel to store the
frequency pair.
10) Press Func MW again to store the two frequencies. They will
be stored Axx and bxx where xx is the empty channel you
selected.
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Dual Watch Memories
To recall a pair of Dual Watch frequencies from the Dual Watch
Memories
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1) Press the E/VFO key to select
VFO Mode.
5
2) Set the squelch level to a point
where the receiver is just quiet.
3) Press Func MR. The receiver will
enter the Memory Read mode.
2
4) Press the BANK key repeatedly to
step through the memory banks
until Du is selected or press SKIP
to directly access Du bank.
3
1
4 or
6
5) Select the required channel using
the control knob.
4
3
6) Briefly press the SCAN/SRC key. Dual Watch will begin with
the receiver monitoring the channels in the selected Dual
Watch memory.
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CHANNEL SCAN
Use the Scan function to locate active channels among the
memorized channels in one or more banks.
1) Press Func MR to select the
Memory Read mode.
2) Press Bank/Band to select the
preferred memory bank.
3) Set the squelch level to a point
where the receiver is just quiet.
4) Press Scan/Src. The receiver will
begin scanning the selected Band.
3
1
2
4
1
Notes:
• If a signal is received, the receiver will remain on the active
channel for the duration of the 'Busy Timer' setting in the
Menu setup. If the 'Busy timer' is set to Busy the receiver will
stay on the active channel for as long as the signal is present.
• To change the bank while searching, briefly press Band/Bank
key.
• To change the scan direction while scanning, rotate the control
knob clockwise or counter clockwise.
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Band Scan
Full Scan
The Full Scan function scans the entire memorized channel range
for signals.
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1) Press Func MR to select the
Memory Read mode.
2) Press Bank/Band to select the
preferred memory bank.
3) Set the squelch level to a point
where the receiver is just quiet.
4) Press and hold Scan/Src for 2
seconds. The receiver will begin
scanning the entire full Bands.
Notes:
3
1
2
4
1
• If a signal is received, the receiver will remain on the active
channel for the duration of the 'Busy Timer' setting in the
Menu setup. If the 'Busy timer' is set to Busy the receiver will
stay on the active channel for as long as the signal is present.
• To change the bank while searching, briefly press Band/Bank
key.
• To change the scan direction while scanning, rotate the control
knob clockwise or counter clockwise.
• The full scan function works only within the Manual Memory
Banks(00 through 39 Banks).
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Priority Scan allows you to insert a Priority channel or frequency
into the channel Scan. When the Scan is activated, the receiver will
visit the Priority channel or frequency at an interval set by the
'Priority Time' in the Menu setup.
To perform a Priority Scan using a frequency as the Priority
channel:
1) Enter the required Priority
channel frequency using the
Keypad then press E/VFO.
2) Press Func PRI. The selected
frequency is now the Priority
Channel.
3) Press Func MR to select the
Memory Read mode.
2 3
1
4
5
4) Press Bank/Band to select the
3
preferred memory bank you
wish to scan.
2
5) Press Scan/Src. The receiver
will begin scanning the selected
Band and will switch to the
Priority channel at an interval
set by the 'Priority Time' setting
in the setup menu.
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Priority Scan
To perform a Priority Scan using a stored channel as the Priority
channel:
1) Press Func MR to select the
Memory Read mode.
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2) Press Bank/Band to select the
required memory bank.
3) Rotate the Control Knob to select
the required channel.
4) Press Func PRI. The selected
channel is now the Priority
Channel.
1 4
2 5
6
5) Press Band/Bank to select the
preferred channel bank you wish
to scan.
6) Press Scan/Src. The receiver will
begin scanning the selected Bank
and will switch to the Priority
channel at an interval set by the
'Priority Time' setting in the setup
menu.
1
4
Notes:
• If a signal is received, the receiver will remain on the active
channel for the duration of the 'Busy Timer' setting in the
Menu setup. If the 'Busy timer' is set to Busy the receiver will
stay on the active channel for as long as the signal is present.
• To change the channel Bank while searching, briefly press
Band/Bank key.
• To change the search direction while searching, rotate the
control knob clockwise or counter clockwise.
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MENU SETTINGS
1) Press the MENU Key to access
the Menu settings
3
2) Press the volume 56keys to step
through the Menu items.
3) Rotate the Control knob to change
the values of each Menu item
2
1
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The Menu settings will vary depending on the selected mode.
VFO Mode
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FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
VALUES
Busy Timer
Determines how long the
receiver will wait on a busy
channel while Scanning or
Searching. When 'Busy' is
selected, the receiver will
stay on the busy channel as
long as it remains busy.
Busy, 5 Seconds
Tone
Selects the required CTCSS or
DCS tone. The tone is then
activated or deactivated by
pressing Func TONE.
See CTCSS/DCS
Table
Priority Time
Sets how long the receiver wil
wait before visiting the selected
Priority
channel
when
Scanning or Searching.
1 - 10 Seconds
Memory
Shows the available Manual
Memory left in the receiver.
0 - 1000
Step
Sets the Frequency Step in
kHz. When Auto is selected the
receiver automatically uses a
factory preset frequency step
for each band.
5, 6.5, 8.33, 9,
10, 12.5, 15, 20,
25, 30, 50, 100,
500, Auto
Beep
Activates or deactivates the
key-press beeps.
ON, OFF
Delay
Determines how long the radio
will wait on a frequency after a
signal has disappeared while
scanning or Searching.
1 - 10 Seconds
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Memory Read Mode
MEANING
DESCRIPTION
CH CLR
Channel Clear
Erases the selected channel.
bA CLR
Bank Clear
Erases all the channels in the
selected Bank.
ALL CLR
All Clear
Erases all memories in the
receiver.
CH Move
Channel Move
Moves a frequency from one
channel to another.
CH Copy
Channel Copy
Copies a frequency from one
channel to another.
bA Copy
Bank Copy
Copies an entire bank of
frequencies to another Bank.
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FUNCTION
COPYING FREQUENCIES BETWEEN MEMORY BANKS
Bank Copy
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To copy one bank of frequencies to another
1) Select the bank that you would like
to copy from.
2 or
2) Press Menu, then use the Control
Knob or the volume 56 keys to
select ‘bA Copy’
5
3) Press E/VFO to accept.
2
4) Now select the Bank you wish to
copy it to using the number keys or
the BANK/BAND key.
2
5) Press E/VFO again to copy the
original Bank to the new Bank. The
original Bank will remain
unchanged.
5
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1 4
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Channel Copy
1) Select the channel that you
would like to copy from.
1
2 or
4
2) Press Menu, then use the Control
Knob or the volume 56 keys to
select ‘CH Copy’
3 ) P r e s s E /V FO t o a c c e p t . T h e
receiver will then automatically
select the next empty channel in
the same Bank.
4) If you don’t wish to use the empty
channel selected by the receiver,
use the Control Knob, number
keys or the BANK/BAND key to
select the preferred channel and
Bank.
2
2
3 5
4
4
5) Press E/VFO again to copy the
original channel to the new
channel. The original channel
will remain unchanged.
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To copy one channel to another
Channel Move
To Move one channel to another.
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1
2 or
4
1) Select the channel that you would
like to move from.
2) Press Menu, then use the Control
Knob or the volume 5 6 keys to
select ‘CH Move’
3) Press E/VFO to accept. The receiver
will then automatically select the
next empty channel in the same
Bank.
4) If you don’t wish to use the empty
channel selected by the receiver,
use the Control Knob, number keys
or the BANK/BAND key to select the
preferred channel and Bank.
2
2
3 5
4
4
5) P r e s s E/VFO again to move the
frequency to the new channel. The
original channel will now be empty.
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All Clear
1) Press Menu, then use the Control
Knob or the volume 56 keys to
select ‘ALL CLR’
2) Press E/VFO. ‘dEF yES’ will be
displayed.
3) To continue with the All Clear,
press E/VFO again.
4) To cancel the All Clear, use the
Control knob to select ‘dEF NO’
then press E/VFO.
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4
1
1
2 3
4
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To erase ALL data from the memories
Bank Clear
To erase a channel from the memory
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1) Select a channel within the Bank
that you wish to erase.
2) Press Menu, then use the Control
Knob or the volume 56 keys to
select ‘bA CLR’.
3) Press E/VFO. ‘dEF yES’ will be
displayed.
4) To continue with the Bank Clear,
press E/VFO again.
1
2 or
5
2
2
3 4
5
5) To cancel the Bank Clear, use the
Control knob to select ‘dEF NO’
then press E/VFO.
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To erase a channel from the memory
1 or
2
1) Select the channel you wish to
erase.
2) Press Menu, then use the
Control Knob or the volume 56
keys to select ‘CH CLR’.
3) Press E/VFO to erase the
channel.
2
2
3
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Channel Clear
CLONING STORED MEMORIES WITH ANOTHER UNIT
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The memories stored in your receiver can be transferred to or from
another TSC-3000R receiver. To perform this function you will
need a TCC-1010 cloning cable (available separately).
Cloning is performed as follows:
1) Place the two radios side by side and connect the cloning cable
as shown in the diagram below.
2) Switch on the radio whose memories you are copying from
(Master) pressing and holding Func MODE. "CLON TX" appears
on the display.
3) Switch on the radio whose memories you are copying to (Slave)
pressing and holding Func MODE. "CLON TX" appears on the
display. Rotate the Control Knob to select "CLON RX".
4) Press E/VFO on the Master radio and on the Slave radio. Both
radios will emit a confirmation beep and "CONNECT" appears
on the displays.
5) "dATA TX" and "dATA RX" appears on each display of the
Master radio and the Slave radio.
6) "CLON OK" appears on the displays of both radios.
Once cloning has completed successfully, switch both radios on
and remove the cloning cable. You can now access the
frequencies you have transferred
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CE version of TSC-3000R which diplays the CE
symbol on the product label, complies with the
essential requirements of the European Radio and Telecommunication
Terminal Directive 1999/5/CE.
Safety Requirements
SPECIFICATIONS
General
- Frequency coverage : 0.150-1309.995 MHz
- Number of memory channels : 1300 (incl. limited search
memories, dual watch meemories and auto write memories)
- Frequency resolutionn : 5, 6.25, 8.33 *, 9 **, 10, 12.5, 15, 20,
25, 30, 50, 100, 500KHz & Auto.
* Selectable between 108 - 135.99127 MHz
* * Selectable between 0.504 - 1.620 MHz
- Operation temperature range : -10°C to +60°C
- Reference frequency stability : 6 ppm°C (-10°C to +60°C)
- Power supply requirement : 3.7V Li-Ion pack
- Current drain
Stanby (power saved) : 50mA typical
max. audio : 320mA typical
charging(at 9V DC) : 300mA typical
- Antenna connector : SMA (50 )
- Dimensions (proj. not included) : 62.5(W) x 98.0(H) x 32.6(D)mm
- Weight(approx.) : 220g
* Specifications are subject to change without prior notice or obligation.
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CE Declaration
SPECIFICATIONS
Receiver
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- Receive system : Triple-conversion superheterodyne.
- Intermediate frequencies
1st : 266.7 MHz, 2nd : 19.65 MHz, 3rd : 450 KHz
- Sensitivity and squelch sensitivity (except spurious points):
FM (1 kHz/3.5 kHz Dev. 12dB SINAD)
1.625 - 4.995 MHz : 0.35 uV typ.
5.000 - 179.995 MHz : 0.35 uV typ.
118.000 - 246.995 MHz : 0.25 uV typ.
247.000 - 329.995 MHz : 0.28 uV typ.
330.000 - 469.995 MHz : 0.36 uV typ.
470.000 - 832.995 MHz : 0.56 uV typ.
833.000 - 999.995 MHz : 0.5 uV typ.
1000.000 - 1309.995 MHz : 0.89 uV typ.
WFM (1 kHz/52.5 kHz Dev. 12dB SINAD)
76.000 - 108.000 MHz : 0.89 uV typ.
175.000 - 221.995 MHz : 0.71 uV typ.
470.000 - 770.000 MHz : 1.7 uV typ.
AM (1 kHz/30% MOD. 10dB SINAD)
0.495 - 4.995 MHz : 1.3 uV typ.
5.000 - 29.995 MHz : 0.8 uV typ.
118.000 -136.000 MHz : 0.56 uV typ.
220.000 - 246.995 MHz : 0.56 uV typ.
247.000 - 329.995 MHz : 0.71 uV typ.
- Sensitivity
AM/FM : More than 15 kHz/-9dB
Less than 150 kHz/-60dB
WFM : More than 150 kHz/-6dB
- AF output power : 500mW typical at 40% distortion with
an 8 load
- Ext.speaker connector : 3-conductor 3.5(d) mm (1/5") 8
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NOTES
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NOTES
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We, TTI Tech Co., Ltd. (TTI house, 163-4, Poi-dong, Gangnam-gu,
Seoul, Korea) declare on our sole responsibility that this equipment
complies with the essential requirements of the Radio and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive, 1999/5/EC, and
that any applicable Essential Test Suite measurements have been
performed.
Kind of equipment: WIDEBAND RECEIVER
Type-designation: TSC-3000R
Version (where applicable):
This compliance is based on
conformity with the following
harmonised standards, specifications
or documents:
EN 301 783-1
V1.1.1
EN 301 783-2
V1.1.1
EN 301 489-1
V1.6.1
EN 301 489-15
V1.2.1
EN 60950-1
2001
0678
Seoul, NOV . 10 ,2006
Place and date of issue
H. J. Lee
Senior Manager
Signature
TSC-3000R
COMMAX PL
46 Koniecznego Str.
32-040 Swiatniki Gorne
Poland
T. +48 12 256 50 25
F. +48 12 270 56 96
Authorized Representative
products are manufactured by
Tech Co., Ltd.
Tel: 82-2-5170043, Website: www.ttikorea.co.kr
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