RTS DV-3066 Instruction manual

RTS DV-3066 Instruction manual
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
A1.0-10/08
THANK YOU!
Thank you very much for choosing this RTS transceiver. RTS transceiver will provide you with reliable, clear
and efficient communication service.
This transceiver is robust,durable,excellent sound quality,large volume,long distance
communication and easy operation. we are confident that you will be satisfied with its perfect quality
and functions. For you full comprehension of various functions and using maintenance, please read the
instruction manual before using.
MODELS APPLY TO THIS MANUAL
DV3066: 66-88MHz FM Transceiver
DV3135: 135-174MHz FM Transceiver
PROGRAM CAUTIONS:
When programming the transceiver, read the factory initial data first, then rewrite the frequency and
signaling etc., otherwise errors may occur because of different frequency band etc..
QUICK OPERATION MANUAL
Side key 1 and Side key 2 can be programmed as one of following auxiliary functions.
For example: When the [side key 1] or [side key 2] programmed as“Keypad lock”auxiliary function,press
side key 1 or side key 2 to enable this function.
Function
Operation
Refer to page
Keypad Lock
Press the programmed side key
16
Keypad Lock (with backup)
Press the programmed side key
16
Monitor
Press the programmed side key
16
Monitor Momentary
Press the programmed side key
16
None(no function)
(Factory Default : Side key 1)
Squelch Off Momentary
(Factory Default : Side key 2)
17
Squelch Off
Press the programmed side key
17
Scan
Press the programmed side key
17
Scan +Temporary Deletion
Press the programmed side key
19
Temporary Deletion
Press the programmed side key
19
Voice Prompt
“Du”“Du ”sounds at intervals
Unlock, programmed frequency is out of the
frequency range of transceiver.
“Du” sounds continuously
Empty frequency
During transmitting, RED light flashed and emit
Low battery, need to be recharged
“DU” and stop transmitting
The loudspeaker sounds “du” continuously after
transmitting for a while, and then stop.
TOT function is on, please release [PTT]
After transmitting for a while, a voice prompt sounds
TOT alert is on
and stop transmitting after a moment
Receiving signal from other transceiver, Kelly
indicator is on, then press[PTT] to transmit, and after Set BCL function
a“du” sound was heard, it returns to receive signal
CAUTIONS
RTS transceiver is excellent designed with advanced technology. The following tips will be helpful for you in
performing your obligation under warranty and understanding the safety of transceiver usage.
1.Keep the transceiver and accessories away from children.
2.Please do not try to open or modify the transceiver without permission, non-professionals operation may
also cause damage.
3.Please use assorted battery and charger to avoid damage.
4.Please use assorted antenna to ensure the communication distance.
5.Please avoid exposing the radio under the sunshine for a long time or storing it in hot areas.
6.Please avoid storing the radio in the dusty, dirty and damp areas.
7.Do not wash radio with hard chemicals and detergents.
8.Do not transmit without antenna.
9.When using this transceiver, we recommend transmitting for 1 minute then receiving for 4 minutes.
continuously transmitting for long time or working in high power will heat the back of the transceiver. Do
not place the transceiver's hot back close to any plastics.
10.If any abnormal smell or smoke detected coming from the transceiver, please turn off the power instantly
and take off the battery and its case. Then contact local RTS dealers.
NOTE:
All the above tips apply for your RTS transceivers’accessories. If any device can not operate normally,
please contact local RTS dealers. If you use any accessories made by other companies, RTS Company does
not guarantee the operability and safety of the transceiver.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
UNPACKING������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 01
Standard Accessories/Optional Accessories������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 02
BATTERY INFORMATION���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 03
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 07
Installing/Removing the Battery ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 07
Installing/Removing the Antenna��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 07
Installing/Removing the Belt Clip��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 08
Installing Speaker/Microphone Jacks�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 08
Installing Speaker/Microphone ( Headset)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 09
Installing the Optional Hand Strap������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 09
GETTING ACQUAINTED������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 10
PROGRAMMABLE AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
BASIC OPERATIONS����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
ADVANCED OPERATIONS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
Voice Operated Transmission(VOX)��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
Keypad Lock���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Keypad Lock(with Backup)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 17
Monitor/Monitor Momentary����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Squelch Off/Squelch Off Momentary��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
Scan���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
Temporary Deletion����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
Time-out-Timer (TOT)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 21
Busy Channel Lockout (BCL)�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
Low Battery Warning��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
Channel Announcement���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
Voice Prompt Level���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
CONTENTS
Squelch������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 22
Battery Saving������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
Wide/Narrow Band������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 23
High/Low Power���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
CTCSS/DCS���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
Programming Software Starting���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 24
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
ATTACHED CHART�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
CTCSS Frequency Chart��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
DCS Chart������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 30
UNPACKING
Carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend that you identify the items listed in the following table
before discarding the packing material. If any items are missing or have been damaged during shipment,
please contact dealer immediately.
Supplied Accessories
Item
Antenna
Battery
Charger
AC Adaptor
Belt Clip
Screws
Speaker/Microphone Jack
Instruction Manual
Car Charger Line 12V
Leather Case
Number
QA03V(66-88MHz)
QA03V(136-174MHz)
QA03U(350-390MHz)
QA03U(400-480MHz)
QA03U(470-512MHz)
QB-28L
QBC-28L
QPS01
BC03
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Standard Accessories/Optional Accessories
Standard Accessories
Antenna *
Battery
Battery Charger
AC Adaptor
Belt Clip
QA03V (136-174MHz)
QA03U (400-480MHz) etc
(QB-28L1600mAh)
(QBC-28L)
(12V/500mA QPS-01)
(BC03)
Speaker/Microphone
Jack
Instruction Manual
Car Charger Line 12V
Screws
Leather Case
* Note: For frequency band of antenna, please refer to label indicated in the bottom of the antenna.
Optional Accessories
Headset
(QHM22)
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cable (PC03)
Battery Pack for
Car Charger
Hand Strap
(CPS02)
Speaker/
Microphone
Power Adaptor
Programming
software
(HS03)
(QTC-01)
(QPS3308)
Antenna
(GS01)
Eight-way
Multi-charger
BATTERY INFORMATION
NOTES
The battery is not charged at the factory, please charge it before using. After purchasing or long
term storage (more than 2 months),the first time charging of the battery may not bring the battery to
its normal operation capacity. After repeatly and fully charged/discharged for two or three cycle times,
the operating capacity will reach the best performance. The battery life is over if its operating time
decreases even though it is fully and correctly charged. If so, please replace the battery .
●Please use the specific charger appointed by our company, other models may cause explosion which
would injured people.
●Do not short the battery terminals or throw the battery into fire. Never attempt to disassemble the
battery or remove the casing from the charger,we show no responsibility on the results caused by
modifying freely without permission of our company.
●The ambient temperature should be between 5℃ and 40℃ during charging. Charging outside this
range may not fully charge the battery.
●Do switch off the transceiver equipped with a battery during charging. Otherwise, it will interfere with
correct charging.
●To avoid interfering the charging, please do not cut off the power or take out the battery during
charging.
●The battery life is coming to the end if its operating time decreases even though it is fully and correctly
charged. Please replace the battery .
●Do not recharge the battery if it is already fully charged. This may shorten the life of the battery or
damage it.
●Do not charge the battery or transceiver if it is damp. Dry it before charging to avoid danger.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
WARNING:
When keys or ornamental chains and other electrical metals contact with the battery terminals, the battery
may cause damage or hurt bodies. If the battery terminals short circuit, it will generate a lot of heat, please
be careful when you bring or using the battery, please put battery or radio into insulated container instead
of metal container.
How to Charge Li-ion Battery by adaptor
1.Plug the power adaptor into the AC outlet.
2.Plug the cable of AC Adaptor into the DC jack located on the rear of the
charger, the charger indicator on Green.
3.Plug the Li-ion battery pack or transceiver with a Li-ion battery into the
charger. Make sure the battery is connected well with charging terminals.
LED light turns into Red --- charging.
4.When it is 90% charged (about 3.5hours charging), LED light turns into
light-green (needs 1 hour more charging).
5.About 1 hour later, it is fully charged, LED light turns into Green.
How to Charge Li-ion Battery by 12V Car Charger line
1. Plug 12V car charger line into 12V car outlet.
2. Plug the other side of car charger line into DC jack located on the rear of
the charger, the charger indicator on Green.
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3.Plug the Li-ion battery pack or transceiver with a Li-ion battery into the charger. Make
sure the battery is connected well with charging terminals. LED light turns into Red --charging.
4.When it is 90% charged (about 3.5hours charging), LED light turns into light-green
(needs 1 hour more charging).
5.About 1 hour later, it is fully charged, LED light turns into Green.
NOTE:
After charging the supplied battery for 5 hours, remove it or the transceiver equipped with battery away
from charger.
How to Store the Battery
1.If the battery needs storing, the battery should be kept in the status of 50% discharge.
2.It should be kept in the shade and dry environment.
3.Keep away from hot places or directly sunlight.
WARNING:
☆Do not short circuit the battery terminals.
☆Never attempt to disassemble the housing from the battery.
☆Never install the battery in dangerous surrounding, sparks may cause explosion.
☆Do not put the battery into hot environment or throw it into fire, it may also cause explosion.
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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
Installing/Removing the Battery
1.Align the battery with the back of the transceiver, then press the battery and transceiver firmly together
until the release latch locked on the base of the transceiver.
2.To remove the battery , lift the safety catch on the base of the transceiver, then press the release latch
underneath the safety catch.
3.While pressing the release latch, remove the battery from the transceiver.
Installing/Removing the Antenna
Installing the Antenna:
Screw the antenna into the connector on the top of the transceiver by
holding the antenna base and turning it clockwise until secure.
Removing the Antenna:
Turn the antenna anticlockwise to remove it.
NOTE: The antenna is neither a handle/a key ring retainer, nor a
speaker/microphone attachment point. Using the antenna in these ways
may damage the antenna and degrade your transceiver's performance.
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Installing/Removing the Belt Clip
Installing the Belt Clip:
If necessary, fix the belt clip to the back of transceiver with two supplied
3×8mm screws.
NOTE: If the belt clip is not installed, its mounting location may get hot during
continuous transmission or when it is left in a hot surrounding.
Removing the Belt Clip:
Anticlockwise turn screws to remove the belt clip.
NOTE: Do not use glue which is designed to prevent screws from loosing when
installing the belt clip, it may cause damage to the transceiver. As glue contains
Acrylic acid, it may crack the transceiver's back panel.
Installing Speaker/Microphone Jacks
If you do not want to use speaker/microphone, please install the jack cover
over the speaker/microphone jacks with the supplied 3×6mm screws.
Note: To keep the transceiver waterproof, you must cover the speaker/
microphone jacks with the supplied jack cover.
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ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION
Installing Speaker/Microphone ( Headset)
Insert speaker/microphone ( headset) plug into the speaker/microphone jack.
NOTE: The transceiver is not completely waterproof while using the speaker/
microphone.
Installing the Optional Hand Strap
1.Slide the loop of the hand strap through the eyelet on the upper rear of the
transceiver.
2.Pull the entire hand strap through the loop to secure the hand strap in place.
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
Antenna
Channel Selector
Rotate to select channels(from 1 to 16).
LED indicator
Lights red while transmitting,Lights
kelly while receiving a signal.
Flashes red when transmitting with
low battery power.
Power/Volume Switch
Turn clockwise to switch on the
transceiver.Turn anticlockwise
until a click sounds to switch off
transceiver.Rotate from left to right
to adjust the volume.
Speaker
Microphone
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PTT (Push to talk)
Press it and speak to the
microphone to make a call.
Release it to receive.
Side key 1
Press to activate its programmable
function (refer to page 12)
Default setting: None (no function)
Speaker/
Microphone jacks
Side key 2
Press to activate its programmable
function(refer to page 12)Default
setting: “squelch off momentary”
function
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PROGRAMMABLE AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Dealer can program Side key 1 and Side key 2 as one of following auxiliary functions:
Please refer to description from page 16.
◆Keypad Lock
◆Keypad Lock (with Backup)
◆Monitor
◆Monitor Momentary
◆None (Default setting : Side key 1)
◆Scan
◆Scan + Temporary Deletion
◆Squelch Off
◆Squelch Off Momentary (Default setting : Side key 2)
◆Temporary Deletion
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BASIC OPERATIONS
1.Switch On/Off
Turn the [Power/Volume Switch] clockwise to switch on the transceiver.
Turn the [Power/Volume Switch] anticlockwise to switch off the transceiver.
Transceiver will be switched on with a sound of beep if dealers has set up voice
prompt function.
2.Volume Adjustment
Press the key programmed with [Squelch Off] or [Squelch Off Momentary]
function to hear background noise, then turn [Power/Volume Switch] key to adjust
the volume.
Clockwise-up, anticlockwise-down.
When communicating with others, you can adjust the volume as you need more
accurate.
3.Channel Selection
Rotate the key [Channel Selector] to select your desired channel.
Available channels (from 1 to 16).
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4.Transmitting
To make a call, press and hold the [PTT] key, then speak to the microphone.
Hold the microphone about (3-4cm) from your lips, so as to make the receiver obtain
the best tone quality.
Press [PTT], the LED red indicating lamp lightens.
Release [PTT] switch to receive.
Note: The caller should be in communication range. The receiver's frequency should be
same as transmitting frequency. It can only hear the calling while you set up the same
signaling or none (no signaling).
5.Receiving
When the channel you are operating is called, LED Kelly lights, then you can hear the
call from transmitting part.
Note: If the calling signal is weak, and your transceiver has been set at higher squelch
level, it may failed to hear the call. If current channel has been programmed with a signal,
you can only hear the call from the same signal, instead of other calls .
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ADVANCED OPERATIONS
Voice Operated Transmission(VOX)
VOX operation allows you to do the hand-free transmission.
This function must be activated firstly by dealer. It can only be available with supported headset.
When operating VOX, you must set a VOX Gain level. If microphone’s Gain is higher than VOX Gain,
the transceiver switch to transmitting mode automatically; and the transceiver will return to receiving
mode within set time if microphone’s Gain is lower than VOX Gain.
Adjust the VOX Gain level to an appropriate sensitivity according to surrounding noise, so as to keep
smooth transmission.
To activate VOX and set the VOX Gain level, do as the following steps:
1.Connect the headset with the transceiver (refer to the page 8)
★The VOX function can’t be activated if headset is not connected with the
speaker/microphone of transceiver.
2.Turn off the transceiver, press and hold the [Side key 1] to turn on transceiver.
Continue to hold the [Side key 1] until a beep sounds.
★LED indicator light is orange.
★Release [Side key 1], the transceiver announces the VOX Gain level.
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3.Press the [Side key 1] to increase the VOX Gain level.
Press the [Side key 2] to decrease the VOX Gain level.
The VOX Gain can be adjusted in level 1, level 10 and OFF.
★The transceiver announces the VOX Gain level while you adjusting it. If OFF is
selected, a beep sounds.
4. Press the [PTT] switch to save the setting.
★A beep will sound.
★The transceiver announces the new VOX Gain level.
5.Turn the transceiver off and restart to activate VOX.
NOTE: When you operate the VOX function, you must use an optional accessory QME-01 or QME-02.
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ADVANCED OPERATIONS
The following programmable auxiliary functions are programmed by dealer (referring to page 12).
Keypad Lock
Press and hold the key programmed as [Keypad Lock] for 1 second to lock/unlock the transceiver keys.
The following keys/functions are still be workable when Keypad Lock is activated: Keypad Lock, Monitor,
Monitor Momentary, PTT, Squelch Off, Squelch Off Momentary and Volume. After the transceiver is
rebooted, the Keypad Lock function is cancelled.
Keypad Lock(with Backup)
Press and hold the key programmed as [Keypad Lock(Backup)]for 1 second to lock/unlock the
transceiver keys.
The following keys/functions are still workable when Keypad Lock is activated: Keypad Lock, Monitor,
Monitor Momentary, PTT, Squelch Off, Squelch Off Momentary and Volume. After the transceiver is
rebooted, the keys remain locked.
Monitor/Monitor Momentary
This function can deactivate channel signal.
Monitor:
Press to enter into Monitor function, the transceiver will ignore CTCSS,DCS signals under this
function; It can monitor the other sides signal as long as receiving the matched carrier wave. Press the
key again to return to normal operation.
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Monitor Momentary:
Press and hold to enter into Monitor Momentary function, the transceiver will ignore CTCSS,DCS signals
under this function; It can monitor the other sides signal as long as receiving the matched carrier wave.
Release the key to return to normal operation.
Squelch Off/Squelch Off Momentary
You can use the key programmed as Squelch Off or Squelch Off Momentary to receive the weak signals
that you cannot hear during normal operation, or to adjust the volume when no signals on your selected
channel.
Squelch off:
Press to hear background noise. Press the key again to return to normal operation.
Squelch off Momentary:
Press and hold to hear background noise. Release to return to normal operation.
Scan
Scan function can be used in monitoring every channel of transceiver.When scanning, the transceiver
checks for a signal on each channels and only stops in the channel where a signal is checked, until
the signal disappears. Dealer has programmed the lingering time between signal disappear and scan
resumption. If a signal is received during the lingering time, the transceiver will keep stay in the same
channel.
NOTE:You can only use scan function if dealer has programmed at least 2channels and also they are not
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locked out of scan range.
To start scanning, press the key programmed as Scan or Scan +Temporary Deletion.
Scanning starts from the current channel to the up one through the channel numbers.
The Kelly LED indicator light flashes.
When a matching signal is received on a channel, the LED indicator light turns into Kelly.
To end Scan, press key [Scan] or [Scan +Temporary Deletion] again.
Priority Scan
If enabled, a priority channel can be set by following two ways:
Dealers set a fixed priority channel on the transceiver.
Priority+Talkback: Dealer has programmed a priority channel, it is main channel, however, the
transceiver also transmit on the channel where scan is currently stop.
Before scanning, you can use the key[Channel Selector] to choose your own priority channel and the
dealer programmed the lingering time between signal disappear ance and scan resumption.
Main Channel
During scanning, when press [PTT], transceiver will transmit in main channel.
Dealer can program the main channel as following ways:
Selection: The last selected channel is assigned as new main channel.
Selection+Talkback: If the channel has been changed during scaning, the new selected channel is
assigned as the new main channel. However, the transceiver also transmit on the channel where scan is
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currently stop.
Priority: If dealer has programmed a prioriry channel, it is main channel.
Temporary Deletion
If a key is programmed as[Temporary Deletion] or [Scan+Temporary Deletion] function, you can
temporarily remove assigned channels from the scanning list during scaning. When scan stops at a
channel, press and hold the key programmed as [Temporary Deletion] or [Scan+Temporary Deletion] for
1 second to remove this channel from the scanning list, then scan re-start again.
You cannot delete it while it has been set as a Priority Channel.
You cannot delete any channel if the available channels are less than 2 for scanning.
To add the channel back into the scan list, simply exit from the scan mode or switch the transceiver off
and restart it.
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BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
Program through QPS3308 software and PC-03 cable.
Time-out-Timer (TOT)
The purpose of Time-out-timer is to restrict transceiver for continuous long term transmission. When
the transceiver of continuous transmission time beyond the due time (Default:3m), transceiver is force to
stop transmitting and make a sound of beeping. Release the PTT switch to stop the sound.
Dealer can program a warning function to alert you before the TOT expire.
The warning tone will sound while continuously transmitting during the TOT time which set by dealer.
Busy Channel Lockout (BCL)
BCLO is to disable transmitting while RX signal is received. Once the channel is busy and you press
PTT,the radio will beep as warning and get back to receiving mode.
NOTE: Ask your dealer for an explanation on BCL functions when using CTCSS, DCS.
Low Battery Warning
Low Battery Warning alerts you when the battery needs to be recharged or replaced.
While operating the transceiver without enough battery power, an alert tone will sound every 30 seconds
and the LED indicator light will flash red. Please replace or recharge the battery.
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Channel Announcement
When using the [Channel Selector] to change the channel, after selecting a channel, there will be a voice
reports the channel number you choose in Chinese/English/Russian. (Language in Chinese, English,
Russian or off this function which is set up by dealer).
Voice Prompt Level
Dealers will set on/off Voice Prompt functions.
Squelch
It is used to mute the loudspeaker when there is no signal.
When squelch on, you will hear the background noise. If squelch off, you can’t hear the background
noise.
Battery Saving
If activated by dealer,the transceiver will automatically switch on battery saving function when it is
without receiving any signals or making any operations. The battery saving function can reduce the
power consumption. While the channel is not busy and no operation is performed for 5 seconds, battery
saving function switch on. But when the transceiver receiving matched signals or make operations, it will
automatically exit this function.
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Wide/Narrow Band
On the basis of different national conditions, users can set 25KHz(wide band) or 12.5KHz (narrow band)
to communicate.
NOTE:High volume but big distortion when the transceiver with wide band talk to the transceiver with
narrow band, and squelch will be easily switch off as the increasing of volume. Low volume but large noise
when the transceiver with narrow band talk to the transceiver with wide band.
High/Low Power
As the much exhaustion in battery while transceiver transmitting under high power, choose low power
transmitting to save battery during the short distance communication.
Choose high power transmitting when low power cannot transmitting under the long distance
communication.
Dealer set each channels of the transceiver with high/low power when transmitting.
CTCSS/DCS
Dealers may have programmed CTCSS or DCS signaling on your transceiver channels. CTCSS/DCS is
a subaudible tone/code which allows you to ignore (not hear) calls from other parties who are using the
same frequency but different signal code. You will not hear the call with a different signal code.
NOTE: Although you will not hear the calls which you don't like to hear when the channel is set with
CTCSS or DCS, but this not means that your call is secret.
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Programming Software Starting
1.Double click“QPS3308”setup.exe”to install as indication.
2.Click start menu in computer, under “ALL PROGRAMS”
menu, choose and click “USB to Comport” in QPS3308
program, install “USB to Comport” drivers as indication.
3.Connect the PC-03 programming cable to USB port in PC
with transceiver.
4.Double click “QPS3308” short cut, choose serial “COM
Port” as indication, then click “OK ”to start programming
software. (you should install software before connecting the
USB cable .)
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Phase-locked Step
66-88MHz 136-174MHz 350-390MHz
400-480MHz 470-512MHz etc.
16 channels
25KHz (Wide Band)
12.5KHz (Narrow Band)
5KHz, 6.25KHz
Operating Voltage
7.4V DC ±20%
Frequency Stability
±2.5ppm
Operating Temperature
-20~ +55℃
Size
142×57×41mm
Weight
355g
Frequency Range
Number of Channel
Channel Spacing
Receiving Part (ETSI EN 300 086 standard test)
Sensitivity(12dB SINAD)
Wide band
Narrow band
< 0.25μV
< 0.28μV
Adjacent Channel Selectivity
≥70dB
≥60dB
Intermodulation
≥65dB
≥60dB
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Spurious Rejection
Hum & Noise
Audio Response
Audio Power Output
Audio Distortion
≥70dB
≥40dB
+1~ -3dB(0.3~3KHz)
≥70dB
≥36dB
+1~ -3dB(0.3~2.55KHz)
1000mW (10%)
≤5%
Transmitting Part (ETSI EN 300 086 standard test)
Wide band
Power Output
Narrow band
5W/1W
Modulation
16KΦF3E
Adjacent Channel Power
≥70dB
11KΦF3E
≥60dB
Hum & Noise
≥40dB
≥36dB
Spurious Emission
≤-36dB
≤-36dB
Audio Response
+1~ -3dB(0.3~3KHz)
+1~ -3dB(0.3~2.55KHz)
Max Frequency Deviation
≤±5KHz
≤±2.5KHz
Audio Distortion
≤5%
NOTE: Specifications is adjusted for technology improvement. Excuse there is no further notice.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
No Power
Unlocked alarm
Corrective Action
A.The battery may be exhausting, recharge or replace the battery .
B.The battery may not be installed correctly, remove the battery and install it
again.
C.The power switch is broken, send it to local dealers to repair it.
D.Battery touch is broken, send it to local dealers to repair it.
The programmed frequency is out of transceiver frequency range, please
rewrite the correct data.
Battery power runs out shortly after
The battery life is finished, replace the battery with a new one.
correctly charging
The transceiver cannot scan
The channels are not in scan list. (Professionals set it).
All band noisy after programmed or green
light all the time
Regular“DA DA DA”sounds after
programmed.
No sound after using microphone for a
while
Turn on squelch when programmed.(Non-professionals are advised not to
adjust this function).
Error programmed, the programmed frequency range is out of the transceiver
regular frequency range.
Earphone jack is broken.(Please contact with local dealers to repair it.)
A.Check whether the antenna is in good condition and the antenna base is
tight and stable.
Communication distance becomes short B.Programming frequency range which you select is not match to
transceiver’s frequency.
and sensitivity becomes weak
C.Whether it was set as low power output.(please contact with local dealers
to repair it .)
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A.Different frequency or channel, please adjust it.
Cannot talk to or hear other members in
B.Different CTCSS/DCS, please reset again.
your group
C.Out of communication range.
Cannot power on or frequent automatically
Check whether the battery touch is distorted or broken.
power off
The other communicating party gets low or Check weather the MIC is stoppage. (otherwise, please contact with local
intermittent receiving sound.
dealers to repair it.)
Out of communication range or obstructed by tall buildings or in basement
Intermittent receiving with big noise
and so on.
Loudspeaker becomes lower or with “ka Check whether the loudspeaker is broken, iron powder or sundries is in the
ka” sound after using a certain time
loudspeaker. (Please contact with local dealers to repair it.)
Receive voice from the other party but
Check [PTT] key. (Please contact with local dealers to repair it.)
cannot transmit
A.Low volume, please clockwise to turn on.
B.Loudspeaker is broken. (please contact with local dealers to repair it.)
Receiving indicating lamp (green light)
C.Earphone jack is broken. (please contact with local dealers to repair it.)
lightens but no sound
D.Volume switch is broken. (please contact with local dealers to repair it.)
E.Different CTCSS/DCS.
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ATTACHED CHART
CTCSS Frequency Chart
1
67.0
11
94.8
21
131.8
31
171.3
41
203.5
2
69.3
3
71.9
12
97.4
22
136.5
32
173.8
42
206.5
13
100.0
23
141.3
33
177.3
43
210.7
4
5
74.4
14
103.5
24
146.2
34
179.9
44
218.1
77.0
15
107.2
25
151.4
35
183.5
45
225.7
6
79.7
16
110.9
26
156.7
36
186.2
46
229.1
7
82.5
17
114.8
27
159.8
37
189.9
47
233.6
8
85.4
18
118.8
28
162.2
38
192.8
48
241.8
9
88.5
19
123.0
29
165.5
39
196.6
49
250.3
10
91.5
20
127.3
30
167.9
40
199.5
50
254.1
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ATTACHED CHART
DCS Chart
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
017
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
047
050
051
053
054
065
071
072
073
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
074
114
115
116
122
125
131
132
134
143
145
152
155
156
162
165
172
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
174
205
212
223
225
226
243
244
245
246
251
252
255
261
263
265
266
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
271
274
306
311
315
325
331
332
343
346
351
356
364
365
371
411
422
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
413
423
431
432
445
446
452
454
455
462
464
465
466
503
506
516
523
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
526
532
546
565
606
612
624
627
631
632
645
654
662
664
703
712
723
103
104
105
106
107
731
732
734
743
754
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