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User’s Guide
Olympian™ Series
8/32/128 Channel VHF-FM Mobile Transceiver
8/32/128 Channel UHF-FM Mobile Transceiver
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Olympian™ Mobile User’s Guide
FCC RF EXPOSURE COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR
OCCUPATIONAL USE ONLY
The FCC has adopted a safety standard for human exposure to RF energy. Proper
operation of this radio under normal conditions results in user exposure to RF energy
below the Occupational Safety and Health Act and Federal Communication
Commission limits.
Mandatory Safety Instructions to Installers and Users:
This radio is NOT approved for use by the general population in an uncontrolled
environment. This radio is restricted to occupational use and work related operations
only. Radio operators must have the knowledge to control their exposure conditions
and the exposure conditions of bystanders and/or passengers to satisfy the lower
exposure limit allowed for General Population.
To comply with FCC RF exposure limits, DO NOT operate the transmitter of this mobile
radio when a person outside the vehicle is within 36 inches (92 centimeters) of the
antenna.
The antenna supplied by the manufacturer or radio dealer must be mounted at a
location such that during radio transmission, no person or persons can come closer
than the above indicated minimum safe distance to the antenna, i.e. 36 inches. To
comply with current FCC RF exposure limits, the antenna must be installed at or
exceeding the minimum safe distance stated above, and in accordance with the
requirements of the antenna manufacturer or supplier.
Vehicle Installation Instructions:
The antenna used for this transmitter must be mounted on the center of the roof ONLY
and must be installed in vehicle having the following characteristics in order to prevent
bystanders and passengers from being exposed to levels exceeding the limits for
General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure environment:
1.
All passengers must be sitting under a solid metal roof.
2.
Rooftop width must be at least 72 inches (183 centimeters) OR the edges of the
physical boundary of the vehicle must be at least 72 inches apart.
DO NOT operate the radio without the proper antenna installed. Do not substitute any
antenna for the one supplied or recommended by the manufacturer or radio dealer. The
antenna gain must not exceed 0 dBd. By not following the antenna recommendations
you may be exposing person(s) to excess radio frequency radiation. You may contact
your radio dealer or the manufacturer for further instructions.
DO NOT transmit more than 50% of total radio use time (50% duty cycle). Transmitting
for more than 50% of the time can cause FCC RF exposure compliance requirements
to be exceeded. This radio is transmitting whenever the TX/Busy indicator is red or the
icon is displayed. Pressing the PTT switch on the side of the microphone normally
causes the radio to transmit.
The preceding information is provided to make you aware of RF exposure and
how to ensure that this radio is operated within FCC RF exposure limits.
You, as the qualified end-user of this radio device must control the exposure conditions
of bystanders to ensure the minimum separation distance, stated above for satisfying
FCC RF exposure compliance, is maintained between the antenna and nearby
persons. Transmit only when all person(s) are at least the minimum distance from the
properly installed, externally mounted antenna.
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Contents
Conventions and Symbols in this Book ................................... 4
Disclaimer ................................................................................ 4
Safety ....................................................................................... 4
Introduction .............................................................................. 6
Radio Models ....................................................................... 6
Radio Features..................................................................... 6
Recommended Accessories ................................................ 8
Radio Controls ......................................................................... 8
Front Panel........................................................................... 8
Rear Panel ........................................................................... 9
Backlit LCD Details............................................................... 9
Setup...................................................................................... 10
Unpacking .......................................................................... 10
Installation .......................................................................... 10
Basic Operation ..................................................................... 11
Turning the Radio On and Off ............................................ 11
Channel Selection .............................................................. 11
Bank Selection ................................................................... 11
Receiving Transmissions from Other Radios..................... 12
Transmitting to Other Radios ............................................. 13
Scanning Channels ............................................................ 14
Editing Your Scan List ........................................................ 17
Programmable Functions....................................................... 19
Key Assignment Notes ....................................................... 23
Message Display Quick Reference........................................ 23
Error Codes ........................................................................ 23
Function Codes .................................................................. 24
Specifications......................................................................... 25
Olympian™ Mobile Connectors ............................................. 26
Warranty Statement ............................................................... 27
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Conventions and Symbols in this Book
This symbol marks a “caution”. Cautions are special
notices which you should read and follow carefully to
avoid possible damage to your equipment and to avoid
potential danger to yourself or other people.
!
This symbol marks an “important point”. Important points
are specific instructions which should be followed closely
for proper operation.
This symbol marks a “note”. Notes are hints or tips which
offer additional information to help you.
Disclaimer
Midland Radio Corporation is committed to continuous quality
improvements, for this reason specifications may change without
prior notice.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this
document is complete, accurate, and up-to-date. Midland
assumes no responsibility for the results of errors beyond its
control. The manufacturer of this equipment also cannot
guarantee that changes in the equipment made by unauthorized
people will not affect the transceiver’s performance or functions.
Safety
Your Olympian™ mobile transceiver has been carefully designed
to give you years of safe, reliable performance. As with all
electrical equipment, however, there are a few basic precautions
you should take to avoid injury to yourself or damage to the
radio:
Read the instructions in this book carefully. Be sure
to save it for future reference.
Read and follow all warning and instruction labels on
the radio itself.
Be sure the PTT button is not pressed when you do
not need to transmit.
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Do not operate the radio near unshielded electrical
blasting caps or in an explosive atmosphere.
Do not operate the transmitter of any radio unless all
RF connectors are secure.
All equipment must be properly grounded for safe
operation.
Do not allow children to operate or play with the radio
equipment.
Never attempt to disassemble or service the radio
yourself. All equipment should be serviced by a qualified
technician. Contact you local dealer or communications
coordinator for assistance.
It is mandatory that radio installations in vehicles
fueled by liquefied petroleum gas conform to the
NFPA 58 standard. National Fire Protection Association
Standard, NFPA 58, applies to radio installations in
vehicles fueled by liquefied petroleum (LP) gas with the
LP gas container in the trunk or other sealed-off space
within the interior of the vehicle. This standard requires
that:
1. Any space containing radio equipment shall be
isolated by a seal from the space in which the LP
gas container and its fittings are located.
2. Remote (outside) filling connections shall be vented
to the outside.
Do not allow the antenna to touch or come in very
close proximity with the eyes, face, or any exposed
body parts while the radio is transmitting.
The above warning list is not intended to include all
hazards that may be encountered when using this radio.
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Introduction
Congratulations! By choosing the Midland Olympian™ mobile
transceiver, you have selected a professional grade radio. Its
rugged design will provide years of reliable service and its
sophisticated software allows many customizable options.
Radio Models
There are six models in the Olympian™ mobile radio line. The
models differ only by band of operation and channel capacity.
MO-1008 – 8 channel VHF, 136-174 MHz.
MO-1032 – 32 channel VHF, 136-174 MHz.
MO-1128 – 128 channel VHF, 136-174 MHz.
MO-4008 – 8 channel UHF, 430-470 MHz.
MO-4032 – 32 channel UHF, 430-470 MHz.
MO-4128 – 128 channel UHF, 430-470 MHz.
Radio Features
The Olympian™ series mobile transceiver is a programmable,
synthesized radio featuring:
5 45 Watts (UHF)/50 Watts (VHF) transmit power. 5 Watt
low power selection available.
5 12.5 KHz and 25 KHz channel spacing programmable
per channel.
5 6 programmable buttons. The function of each button is
assigned by dealer programming.
5 Noise squelch level software programmable per channel.
The channel squelch level may also be adjusted using a
programmable button.
5 Flexible scan programming allows for two priority
channels to be assigned. Priority scan, priority transmit
and priority lookback are programmable. Scan talkback
and nuisance delete are available. A scan escape
function button may be programmed.
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5 Easy scan list editing.
5 50 CTCSS tones and 104 DCS codes are programmable
per channel. In addition, up to three custom CTCSS tone
frequencies may be programmed into the radio.
5 A 2-tone decode sequence may be programmed for each
channel. Up to 10 sequences are programmable per
radio. Each sequence includes setup for individual and
group calls.
5 A 2-tone call function may be programmed for each
channel. One of the 10 available 2-tone sequences may
be sent with a programmable button press.
5 A busy channel lockout feature is programmable per
channel. An override function is available to allow
transmission during repeater hangtime.
5 A transmit time-out timer may be programmed to limit
continuous transmission time. A PTT release and penalty
timer are also programmable.
5 A public address mode allows the radio and microphone
to be used as a public address system when connected
to an external public address speaker.
5 A talk-around function button may be programmed to
allow for repeater talk-around without using an additional
channel.
5 A programmable emergency mode may be activated by a
programmable function button or external foot-switch.
5 An external horn output is available to notify you of a call
when you’re away from the vehicle.
5 A password function is available to prevent unauthorized
radio operation. When programmed, a four keypress
sequence must be entered each time the radio is turned
on, in order to operate the radio.
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Recommended Accessories
AA-1470A
Remote speaker
ACC-4473
Replacement microphone
ACC-704
Desktop microphone
ACC-709
DTMF microphone
Radio Controls
Front Panel
1
2
3
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8
4
5
7
Power/volume knob. Rotate clockwise to turn on the radio.
Rotate further clockwise to increase volume.
TX/Busy indicator. Lights green when channel is busy and
red when radio is transmitting.
Backlit LCD display. Provides radio status and channel
information.
and
buttons. Programmable function buttons,
normally used for channel selection.
Internal front speaker.
Microphone jack.
A
B
and D
buttons. Programmable
function buttons, dealer customized to provide the features
and convenience you require.
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Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
1.
SO-239 antenna connector.
2.
13.6 V DC power connector (negative ground only).
3.
3.5 mm mono audio jack for external speaker connection.
4.
High density DB15 option interface connector.
Backlit LCD Details
Transmit
indicator
Low transmit
power
Receive signal
strength
Open audio
path
High transmit
power
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Scan
indicator
Scan priority
channel
Talk-around
indicator
Off-hook
scan stop
Scan list
indicator
Key lock
indicator
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Setup
Unpacking
The following items are supplied in the standard package:
5 One transceiver.
5 One microphone.
5 One DC power cord
5 One mounting bracket.
5 One mounting hardware package.
5 One user’s manual.
Installation
Radio installation should only be done by qualified and trained
personnel, familiar with automotive electronics installation, and
FCC RF exposure guidelines. This transceiver should be
installed in 12V negative ground vehicles only. More complete
installation instructions are available in the corresponding radio
service manual.
Antenna selection, installation and positioning requires
knowledge of RF radiation and exposure conditions and should
be performed by qualified personnel only. Please consult your
dealer or communications coordinator for more information.
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Basic Operation
Before turning on your radio for the first time, you should
ensure power connections have been made correctly and
all antenna connections are proper and secure.
Turning the Radio On and Off
Rotate the power/volume knob clockwise past the detent to turn
on the radio. Rotate the power/volume knob further clockwise to
increase the volume. Rotate the power/volume knob
counterclockwise past the detent to turn off the radio.
If “PP” is displayed after turning on the radio, you must enter the
programmed password (4 keypress sequence) to use the radio.
Consult your dealer or communications coordinator if you have
further questions.
Channel Selection
Use the up and down keys to select the desired operating
channel. Please consult your dealer or communications
coordinator regarding channels programmed in your radio.
Press and hold the up and down keys to quickly scroll through
the available channels.
Bank Selection
Your radio channels may be organized into “banks” or channel
groupings that further sort and organize your channels. Please
consult your dealer or communications coordinator regarding
channel banks programmed in your radio.
To select a different bank of channels press the programmed
Bank button, then use the up down keys to select the new bank.
Once the desired bank is displayed press the
C
or
D
A
B
button to select it.
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Receiving Transmissions from Other Radios
Each channel of your radio may be programmed for carrier
squelch operation, CTCSS/DCS operation or 2-tone operation.
The following paragraphs describe these modes of operation.
Ask your dealer or communications coordinator if you have
questions on how your radio has been programmed to operate.
Carrier Squelch Operation
A signal that matches the programmed receive frequency will be
heard if it is of sufficient strength to exceed the squelch
threshold. An on frequency signal exceeding the squelch
threshold level will be indicated by a steady green Tx/Busy
indicator.
CTCSS/DCS Operation
CTCSS or DCS signaling adds an additional condition to carrier
squelch operation. In addition to the signal having to exceed the
squelch threshold level, the received signal must also have the
correct CTCSS or DCS tone or code before the audio will be
passed to the speaker. CTCSS or DCS signaling allows multiple
users on the same frequency to hear only signals which have
their correct CTCSS tone or DCS code. An on frequency signal
with the correct CTCSS or DCS signaling will be indicated by a
steady green Tx/Busy indicator. An amber Tx/Busy indicator
means that the channel is busy, but the correct CTCSS or DCS
signaling is not present.
CTCSS/DCS allows multiple users to share the same
frequency. However CTCSS/DCS is only useful to avoid
disturbing other users with messages not related to them.
If more than one radio is transmitting at the same time,
this will cause interference. Do not transmit if the Tx/Busy
indicator is illuminated green or amber. Wait until the
channel is clear before transmitting.
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2-tone Operation
2-tone signaling allows individual or group calls to be made to
your radio. The radio may have been programmed to mute all
receive signals until a 2-tone signal has been decoded. When
the programmed 2-tone signal is decoded, the Tx/Busy indicator
will blink green, a beep sequence may sound, and subsequent
receive audio will be heard over the speaker. The radio may be
programmed to mute the speaker again after a programmed
time, or you may press and hold the programmed Call Reset
function button to mute the radio until it receives a new call.
Consult your dealer or communications coordinator for
further details on how your radio has been programmed
for 2-tone operation.
2-tone signaling allows users to receive only calls
intended for them. However, more than one radio
transmitting at a time will still cause interference. Do not
transmit if the Tx/Busy indicator is illuminated green or
amber. Wait until the channel is clear before transmitting.
Transmitting to Other Radios
Before transmitting, the FCC requires you monitor the
channel to make sure it is clear. Transmitting while
someone else is transmitting will create interference
and disrupt both conversations.
Follow these steps to transmit to other radios.
1.
Monitor the channel by pressing the programmed function
button. Depending on programming the monitor button may
disable 2-tone, CTCSS, DCS or noise squelch to allow you
to check for channel activity. Channel activity is also
indicated by the Tx/Busy indicator.
2.
If the channel is clear, press and hold the push to talk (PTT)
switch on the side of the microphone.
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3.
The Tx/Busy indicator will glow red while the radio is
transmitting.
4.
Hold the microphone approximately 2 inches from your
mouth and speak across the face of the microphone in a
clear, normal voice.
5.
Keep the PTT switch pressed until you have finished
speaking.
6.
Release the PTT switch to return to receive mode.
Do not shout! It will only create distortion.
Press PTT before you start talking and release PTT after
you have finished speaking.
Your radio doesn’t allow you to talk and receive
simultaneously, so keep your transmission short. When
you are transmitting, other people can not. Use common
sense and do not occupy the channel too much.
The radio might be programmed with a timeout timer
which will automatically end your transmission after a
preset time. In this case release PTT and wait for a few
seconds. The radio transmitter will be enabled again after
a few seconds. Ask your dealer or communications
coordinator for further details.
The radio might be programmed for busy channel lock
out, which automatically disables the transmitter if your
channel is busy. In this case wait until the channel is
clear.
Scanning Channels
If you have more than one channel programmed, your
Olympian™ radio may be programmed to allow you to scan
them. To activate scan press and release the programmed
function button. The radio will begin checking all channels in the
scan list for activity. The scan icon will blink while the radio is
scanning. To turn scan off press and release the programmed
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function button again. If beeps are enabled a high pitched beep
will sound when scan is activated and a lower pitched beep will
sound when scan is turned off.
The scan list is initially programmed by your dealer or
communications coordinator. Your dealer may also have
designated one or two channels in the scan list as a priority
channel. The priority channel is checked for activity more often
than other channels in the scan list. The priority channel will also
be checked for activity while the radio is receiving on a nonpriority channel.
Once the receive signal ends, the radio may be programmed to
wait a period of time before resuming scan. When the scan hang
timer has expired, scanning will resume. This scan hang timer
will also be started whenever the radio has ceased transmitting
on a channel. Your dealer or communications coordinator will
customize the scan options for your particular situation; the
following paragraphs detail the available options.
Busy Channel Scan
If no priority channel has been assigned by your dealer or
communications coordinator, all channels in your scan list will be
checked for activity, with no preference given to any channel. If
activity is detected on a channel the radio will stop on that
channel. While the radio is stopped on a channel it may be
temporarily deleted from the scan list by pressing a programmed
Scan Skip or Monitor function button. This is the nuisance
channel delete function. When the radio is turned off, all
channels removed from the scan list using nuisance channel
delete will be restored.
Priority Channel Scan
If a priority channel (or two) has been assigned by your dealer or
communications coordinator, the priority channel will be checked
more often than the other channels in the scan list. If activity is
detected on a channel the radio will stop on that channel. While
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stopped on a non-priority channel, the radio will continue to
check for activity on the priority channel. This is called priority
channel lookback, and the receive audio from the non-priority
channel will be briefly interrupted while priority lookback occurs.
While the radio is stopped on a non-priority channel it may be
deleted from the scan list by pressing a programmed Scan Skip
or Monitor function button. This is the nuisance channel delete
function. The priority channel can not be deleted from the scan
list. When the radio is turned off, all channels removed from the
scan list using nuisance channel delete will be restored.
Priority Select Scan
If channel select priority scan has been programmed by your
dealer or communications coordinator, the channel selected
when scan is turned on will be assigned as the priority channel.
Operation will otherwise follow the priority channel scan
conventions.
Transmitting While in Scan Mode
If PTT is pressed while the radio is in scan mode, your dealer or
communications coordinator may have programmed one of the
following options for the transmit channel:
1.
When PTT is pressed, the radio will generate an error beep
because your dealer or communications coordinator has
programmed the radio to not allow transmission while the
radio is in scan mode.
2.
When PTT is pressed, the radio will switch to and transmit
on the priority 1 channel, priority 2 channel or other dealer
programmed channel regardless of the current receive state.
This mode may be referred to as priority only transmit.
3.
If the radio has stopped on a channel, or the scan hang
timer is active, the radio will transmit on the scan stop
channel when you press PTT. If you press PTT, while the
radio is scanning channels, the radio will switch to and
transmit on the priority 1 channel, priority 2 channel or other
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dealer programmed channel. This mode may be referred to
as (priority) talkback transmit.
Editing Your Scan List
One of the advanced features of your Olympian™ mobile radio is
the ability to add channels and banks of channels to your scan
list. Of course, you may also delete channels and banks of
channels from your scan list. These changes are saved in radio
EEPROM and are not temporary like nuisance channel delete.
The channels in your radio may be organized in banks and each
bank may be selected for scan. Then within each bank, each
individual channel may be selected for scan. To scan a channel,
the channel must be in a bank included in the scan list and the
channel must be in the scan list. As you are editing the scan list,
if an “e” is shown in the upper right corner of the display, the
channel or bank is included in the scan list. If a “D” is shown in
the upper right corner of the display, the channel or bank is not in
the scan list.
Bank Scan Edit
To add or remove a bank of channels from the scan list, press
and hold the Bank programmable button for two seconds. Use
the
and
A
the
B
keys to select the desired bank. Press the
key to enable (e) or disable (D) the bank for scan. Press
and
keys to select another bank or press
C
D
or
to exit.
Channel Scan Edit
To add or remove a channel in the current bank from the scan
list, press and hold the Scan programmable button for two
seconds. Use the
channel. Press the
and
A
keys to select the desired
key to enable (e) or disable (D) the
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channel in the scan list. Press the
and
B
select another channel or press
exit.
,
keys to
C
or
D
to
In the example below, channels 2A, 1C and 3C will be scanned.
Channels 1B and 2B will not be scanned since channel bank B is
disabled from scanning.
CH BNK A
CH BNK B
CH BNK C
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e
CH 1A
D
CH 2A
e
D
CH 1B
e
CH 2B
e
CH 3B
D
e
CH 1C
e
CH 2C
D
CH 3C
e
CH 4C
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Programmable Functions
For increased flexibility and customization, the 6 front panel
A
B
C
buttons
programmed with the following functions:
and
D
may be
† Bank
Press and release this button to enter bank select mode. Then
use the
and
A
keys to select the desired bank then
press
or D
to exit.
Press and hold this button for two seconds to enter bank scan
edit mode.
B
C
† Call Alert
Press and release this button to enable the horn output. After a
2-tone or DTMF (option) sequence is decoded the horn output
will activate as programmed.
A decoded call must be reset by a call reset
programmable button or the call reset timer, before the
horn output can be enabled again.
† Call Reset
Press and release this button to mute the radio after a 2-tone
sequence or DTMF (option) is decoded.
† Call Send
Press and release this button to send the programmed 2-tone or
DTMF encode sequence. One of the ten 2-tone or four DTMF
(option) sequences can be selected by channel programming.
† Channel Up
Press and release this button to increment the radio to the next
channel. Press and hold to scroll channels.
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† Channel Down
Press and release this button to decrement the radio to previous
channel. Press and hold to scroll channels.
† Emergency
Press and hold this button to activate the emergency function.
The programmed emergency response will be performed. After
the emergency response is performed, the display will continue
to flash “EMER” until another control is used (if emergency
display is enabled).
† Keylock
Press and hold for one second to lock all other front panel keys.
Press and hold again to unlock.
† Memory Channel 1 & 2
Press and release the programmed button to switch to the
assigned (preset) channel. If allowed by dealer programming,
press and hold the programmed function button to assign the
current channel as the 1st or 2nd memory channel.
† Unsquelched Monitor
Press and release this button to disable 2-tone, DTMF (option),
CTCSS, DCS and noise squelch. Once activated, press any
button to disable unsquelched monitor mode.
While scan is paused on a channel, press this button to
temporarily remove the pause channel from the scan list.
† Normal Monitor
Press and release this button to disable 2-tone, DTNF (option),
CTCSS and DCS signaling. Once activated, press any button to
disable normal monitor mode.
While scan is paused on a channel, press this button to
temporarily remove the pause channel from the scan list.
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† Latched Normal Monitor
Press and release this button to disable 2-tone, DTMF (option),
CTCSS and DCS signaling. Once activated, the latched normal
monitor remains active until this button is pressed again. This
mode must be turned off before scan may be started.
While scan is paused on a channel, press this button to
temporarily remove the pause channel from the scan list.
† Panel Display
Press and release this button to turn off the LCD. Press again to
turn the display back on.
† Public Address
Press and release this button to activate public address mode.
Press again to return to normal radio operation.
† Scan
Press and release this button to activate scan. Press again to
turn scan off.
Press and hold this button for two seconds to enter channel scan
edit mode.
† Scan Escape
Press and release this button to temporarily suspend scan for
communication on the last received channel. Press the Scan
Escape button again to resume scanning. This function allows
you stop scan and communicate on the last received channel, in
case you were unable to immediately respond to the call, without
affecting your priority channel set-up.
† Scan Skip
While scan is paused on a channel, press this button to
temporarily delete the pause channel from the scan list. While
scan is off, press this button to remove the selected channel
from the scan list or add it back if it was previously deleted. The
programmed and edited scan list will be restored when the radio
is turned off.
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† Squelch Level
Press and release this button then use the up and down keys to
change the noise squelch level for the current channel. The
squelch range is 0-16 with 1 being the most sensitive level.
Selecting 0 will disable the noise squelch circuit. Press the
squelch button again to exit squelch level mode.
† Talk Around
Press and release this button to shift the radio transmit
frequency to the programmed channel receive frequency. This
allows the radio to communicate directly with other radios, which
normally communicate through a repeater system. Press again
to change back to the programmed transmit frequency.
† Tx Power
Press and release this button to toggle the transmit power
between the high and low power levels.
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Key Assignment Notes
A
B
C
D
Message Display Quick Reference
Error Codes
Display
Description
NO EEP
PLL ERR
EEP ERR
HI TEMP
CLN ERR
DAT ERR
LOW BAT
HIGH BAT
PASS ERR
TYPE ERR
SET ERR
No response from EEPROM
PLL unlock
EEPROM data error
Radio high temperature
Cloning error
Serial communication error
Low battery voltage
High battery voltage
Password entry error
Incorrect radio model
Radio mode error
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Function Codes
Display
Description
IND CALL
GRP CALL
ALL CALL
KIL CALL
RES CALL
ANI CALL
NO FUNC
NSC ON
NSC OFF
TA ON
TA OFF
SQL 0-15
LOCK ON
LOCK OFF
EMER
PA ON
PA OFF
ALRT ON
ALRT OFF
MCH1-2
MEMCH1-2
CALL1-4
2TONE
HKAL ON
HKAL OFF
TUNE
PROG
PASS
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Individual call
Group call
All call
Kill call
Resurrection call
ANI start call
No function assigned to key
Channel restored to scan list
Channel temporarily removed from scan list
Talk around on
Talk around off
Current channel squelch level
Key lock on
Key lock off
Emergency function activated
Public address on
Public address off
Call alert (horn) enabled
Call alert (horn) disabled
Switch to memory channel
Memorize current channel to memory slot
DTMF call encode
2-tone call encode
Hook alert on
Hook alert off
Tuning mode
Programming mode
Password prompt
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Specifications
General specifications
MO-1008/1032/1128
(VHF)
MO-4008/4032/4128
(UHF)
Frequency range
136-174 MHz
430-470 MHz
FCC ID number
MMAMO1032
MMAMO4032
FCC type acceptance
Maximum number of channels
Maximum number of banks
Channel spacing
Channel stepping
CTCSS/DCS per channel
Input voltage
MIL spec
Part 90
Part 90
8/32/128
8/32/128
8
8
12.5/25 KHz
12.5/25 KHz
5/6.25/7.5 KHz
5/6.25/7.5 KHz
50 CTCSS/104 DCS
50 CTCSS/104 DCS
13.6 Vdc ±15%
13.6 Vdc ±15%
810
810
1.73x6.45x6.38 in
1.73x6.45x6.38 in
(44x164x162 mm)
(44x164x162 mm)
3.3 lbs (1.5kg)
3.3 lbs (1.5kg)
±2.5 ppm (-30° to +60° C)
±2.5 ppm (-30° to +60° C)
Size (HxWxD)
Weight
EIA/TIA-603 receiver specs
Frequency stability
12 dB SINAD sensitivity
0.25 µV
0.25 µV
Selectivity
70 dB WB/65 dB NB
70 dB WB/65 dB NB
Intermodulation rejection
70 dB WB/65 dB NB
70 dB WB/65 dB NB
Spurious rejection
70 dB WB/65 dB NB
70 dB WB/65 dB NB
±2 KHz WB/±1 KHz NB
±2 KHz WB/±1 KHz NB
Acceptable radio freq displacement
Squelch sensitivity
Audio response
Audio output
<12dB Sinad
<12dB Sinad
per EIA/TIA-603 specs
per EIA/TIA-603 specs
4 Watts <5% THD into 8Ω
4 Watts <5% THD into 8Ω
50 Ω
50 Ω
RF input impedance
EIA/TIA-603 transmitter specs
RF power output
Frequency stability
50 Watts or 5 Watts
45 Watts or 5 Watts
±2.5 ppm (-30° to +60° C)
±2.5 ppm (-30° to +60° C)
Modulation type
16KOF3E/11KOF3E
16KOF3E/11KOF3E
Adjacent channel emissions
70 dB WB/60 dB NB
70 dB WB/60 dB NB
Spurious emissions
FM hum & noise
70 dB
70 dB
45 dB WB/40 dB NB
45 dB WB/40 dB NB
Audio response
per EIA/TIA-603 specs
per EIA/TIA-603 specs
Audio distortion
<5% 1 KHz @ 60% dev.
<5% 1 KHz @ 60% dev.
50 Ω
50 Ω
RF output impedance
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Warranty Statement
Midland Radio Corporation (herein, Midland) warrants each new radio product manufactured
or supplied by it to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and
service for a period listed below, provided that the user has complied with the requirements
stated herein.
The Warranty period begins on the date of purchase from an Authorized Midland Sales and
Service Outlet. This Warranty is offered to the original end user and is not assignable or
transferable. Midland is not responsible for any ancillary equipment attached to or used in
conjunction with Midland products.
Midland offers to the original end user a Two (2) Year Limited Warranty on Midland Business
and Industrial radio products. Accessories carry a One (1) Year Limited Warranty.
During this period, if the product fails to function under normal use because of manufacturing
defect(s) or workmanship, it should be returned to the Authorized Midland Sales and Service
Outlet from which it was purchased. The Sales and Service Outlet will repair the product or
return the product for repair to Midland or its Authorized Repair Depot. The user is
responsible for the payment of any charges or expenses incurred for the removal of the
defective product from the vehicle or other site of its use; for the transportation of the product
to the Sales and Service Outlet; for the return of the repaired / replacement product to the
site of its use and for the reinstallation of the product.
Midland shall have no obligation to make repairs or to cause replacement required, which
results from normal wear and tear or is necessitated in whole or in part by catastrophe, fault
or negligence of the user, improper or unauthorized alterations or repairs to the Product,
incorrect wiring, use of the Product in a manner for which it was not designed or by causes
external to the Product. This Warranty is void if the product serial number is altered, defaced
or removed.
Midland’s sole obligation hereunder shall be to replace or repair the Product covered in this
Warranty. Replacement, at Midland’s option, may include a similar or higher-featured
product. Repair may include the replacement of parts or boards with functionally equivalent
reconditioned or new parts or boards. Replaced parts, accessories, batteries or boards are
warranted for the balance of the original time period. All replaced parts, accessories,
batteries or boards become the property of Midland.
THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
FOR ANY PRODUCT WHICH DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE WARRANTY SPECIFIED,
THE SOLE REMEDY WILL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. IN NO EVENT WILL
MIDLAND BE LIABLE TO THE BUYER OR ITS CUSTOMERS FOR ANY DAMAGES,
INCLUDING ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
OR FOR THE LOSS OF PROFIT, REVENUE OR DATA ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF
OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT.
This warranty is void for sales and deliveries outside of the U. S. A. and Canada.
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful
interference.
This radio operates in FCC regulated frequency bands. All radios
must be licensed by the FCC before use. Because this radio
contains a transmitter, Federal law prohibits unauthorized use or
adjustments of this radio.
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PHONE: (816) 241-8500, FAX: (816) 241-5713
www.midlandradio.com
Revised June 2005
Printed in Malaysia
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