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USER'S MANUAL
Dual Band FM Transceiver
Nice Housing, Stoutness & Stability, Advanced and Reliable
functions, Perfect & Valuable.
Approval. AT-588UV
mobile radio especially designs for drivers and it pursues company
philosophy of innovation and practicality.
NOTE
AT-588UV Mobile Radio Applicable Software: QPS588UV Model Apply To This Manual: AT-588UV Mobile radio
Thank you for choosing this
mobile transceiver,
always provide high quality products, and this
transceiver is no exception AT-588UV is a ruggedly-built, high
quality Dual Band FM transceiver providing 50 Watts of power
output on the VHF band and 40 Watts on the UHF band. It owns
many advanced characters like cross band repeat function,
built with a direct-flow heat sink and thermostatically-controlled
cooling fan maintaining a safe temperature for the transceiver's
circuit.
AT-588UV has four independent receiving bands, consist of
UU, UV,VU,VV for dual receive and dual output, plus receiving
for AM/FM signal of air band, marine band, PMR, etc.also able
to receive FM/TV radio and analogue TV signal. It owns 758
memory channels, full duplex operation with independent volume
and squelch controls, optional compander and builtin CTCSS/
DCS, DTMF, 5TONE,2TONE signaling, detachable front panel
for flexible installation.
Though friendly design for user, this transceiver is technically
complicated and some features may be new to you. Consider
this manual to be a personal tutorial from the designers,allow the
manual to guide you through the learning process now, then act
as a reference in the coming years.
Precautions
Please observe the following precautions to prevent fire,
personal injury, or transceiver damage:
Do not attempt to configure your transceiver while driving,it
is dangerous.
This transceiver is designed for a 13.8V DC power supply.
Don't use a 24V battery to power on the transceiver.
Do not place the transceiver in
excessively dusty, humid or wet
areas, nor unstable surfaces.
Please keep it away from
interferential devices (such as TV,
generator etc.)
Do not expose the transceiver to
long periods of direct sunlight nor
place it close to heating appliances.
If an abnormal odor or smoke is detected coming from the
transceiver, turn OFF the power immediately. Contact an
Anytone service station or your dealer.
Do not transmit with high output power for extended
periods; the transceiver may overheat.
CONTENTS
New and Innovative Features���������������������������������������������������1
Frequency Range�������������������������������������������������������������������1
Supplied Accessories/Optional Accessories��������������������������2
Supplied Accessories��������������������������������������������������������������2
Optional Accessories��������������������������������������������������������������2
Initial Installation�����������������������������������������������������������������������3
Mobile installation�������������������������������������������������������������������3
DC Power Cable Connection��������������������������������������������������4
Antenna Connection���������������������������������������������������������������6
Accessories Connections��������������������������������������������������������7
Getting Acquainted�������������������������������������������������������������������8
Front panel������������������������������������������������������������������������������8
Rear panel������������������������������������������������������������������������������9
DISPLAY���������������������������������������������������������������������������������9
microphone���������������������������������������������������������������������������10
Basic Operations���������������������������������������������������������������������11
Switching The Power On/Off������������������������������������������������� 11
Adjusting The Volume ���������������������������������������������������������� 11
Switch between VFO and Channel mode����������������������������� 11
Adjusting Frequency������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Adjusting Channel����������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Switch Between Main Band and Sub band���������������������������12
Selecting the frequency band�����������������������������������������������12
Receiving������������������������������������������������������������������������������12
Squelch Off/Squelch Off Momentary������������������������������������12
Transmitting��������������������������������������������������������������������������12
Shortcut Operations����������������������������������������������������������������13
Squelch level Setup��������������������������������������������������������������13
Transmit DTMF/2TONE/5TONE signaling����������������������������13
High/Mid/Low Power Switch�������������������������������������������������13
Frequency Reverse���������������������������������������������������������������13
Band-width Selection������������������������������������������������������������13
HOME Channel���������������������������������������������������������������������13
Super channel select������������������������������������������������������������13
Dual Watch���������������������������������������������������������������������������14
Emergency Alarm������������������������������������������������������������������14
Channel/Frequency Scan�����������������������������������������������������14
Channel Scan Skip���������������������������������������������������������������14
Channel Edit�������������������������������������������������������������������������14
Scan range Limit ������������������������������������������������������������������14
Channel Copy�����������������������������������������������������������������������14
Channel Delete���������������������������������������������������������������������15
General Setting������������������������������������������������������������������������16
APO (Automatic Power off)���������������������������������������������������16
Automatic offset��������������������������������������������������������������������16
Frequency Channel Step Setup��������������������������������������������16
VFO Band lockout�����������������������������������������������������������������17
Beep Function�����������������������������������������������������������������������17
CPU Clock frequency Change����������������������������������������������17
2TONE Encode select����������������������������������������������������������17
5TONE Encode select����������������������������������������������������������18
Add Optional signaling����������������������������������������������������������18
CTCSS encode Setup ����������������������������������������������������������18
CTCSS decode Setup�����������������������������������������������������������19
Sub Band Display Setup�������������������������������������������������������19
DTMF Encode Pre-Loading time������������������������������������������19
DTMF Encode Transmitting Time�����������������������������������������20
DTMF Encode setup�������������������������������������������������������������20
CONTENTS
Squelch Mode Setup�������������������������������������������������������������20
Compander���������������������������������������������������������������������������21
Scrambler Setup�������������������������������������������������������������������21
Tone Bust (Pilot Frequency)��������������������������������������������������21
Keypad Mode Setup�������������������������������������������������������������22
Keypad Lockout��������������������������������������������������������������������23
TX OFF (PTT Lockout)���������������������������������������������������������23
Squelch Level setup��������������������������������������������������������������23
TALK AROUND���������������������������������������������������������������������23
Sub band mute setup������������������������������������������������������������24
Editing Channel Name����������������������������������������������������������24
Channel Function Auto storeage Setup��������������������������������24
Microphone PA,PB, PC,PD key setup����������������������������������25
RF Squelch level setup���������������������������������������������������������25
OFFSET Direction setup�������������������������������������������������������25
Scan Dwell Time Setup���������������������������������������������������������25
Priority channel scan�������������������������������������������������������������26
Offset frequency Setup���������������������������������������������������������26
Display mode Setup��������������������������������������������������������������26
Busy Channel Lockout����������������������������������������������������������27
Radio's DTMF SELF ID ENQUIRY���������������������������������������27
5TONE SELF ID ENQUIR����������������������������������������������������27
TOT (Time-out timer)������������������������������������������������������������27
VFO Frequency Linkage�������������������������������������������������������28
Wide/Narrow band����������������������������������������������������������������28
Cross Band repeat����������������������������������������������������������������28
LCD backlight������������������������������������������������������������������������28
Keypad backlight brightness�������������������������������������������������29
Calling Record����������������������������������������������������������������������29
AM Function��������������������������������������������������������������������������29
Automatic AM function����������������������������������������������������������29
VHF External speaker port����������������������������������������������������30
BEEP Volume control ����������������������������������������������������������30
Password Function���������������������������������������������������������������30
Microphone Operation������������������������������������������������������������31
Send DTMF signaling�����������������������������������������������������������31
Main/Sub band switching������������������������������������������������������31
Function operation through PA-PD keys�������������������������������31
Cable Clone������������������������������������������������������������������������������33
RESUME FACTORY DEFAULT��������������������������������������������33
Programming Software Installing and Starting (in windows
XP system)�������������������������������������������������������������������������������34
Install USB Cable Driver Programme�����������������������������������34
Maintenance�����������������������������������������������������������������������������35
Trouble Shooting�������������������������������������������������������������������35
Specifications��������������������������������������������������������������������������36
Attached Chart�������������������������������������������������������������������������37
51 groups CTCSS Tone Frequency(Hz)�������������������������������37
1024 groups DCS Code��������������������������������������������������������37
New and Innovative Features
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AT-588UV Mobile Radio has nice housing, stoutness & stability, advanced and reliable functions, perfect & valuable. This amateur mobile radio
especially designs for drivers and it pursues company philosophy of innovation and practicality. More functions as follows:
758 memory channels, full duplex operation with independent volume and squelch controls
50 Watts of power output on the VHF band and 40 Watts on the UHF band with cross band repeater function.
Four independent receiving bands, consist of UU, UV,VU,VV for dual receive and dual output, plus receiving for AM/FM signal of air band,marine
band, PMR, etc; able to receive FM/TV radio and analogue TV signal.
Display on a large LCD with adjustable brightness, convenient for nighttime use. There are Amateur operation mode and Professional operation
mode for option.
Distribute buttons reasonably, convenient for operation. Adopt superior quality material, better technology and direct-flow heat sink to ensure
stable and durable operation.
758 programmable memory channels, identified by editing name.
Programming different CTCSS, DCS, 2Tone, 5Tone in per channel, rejecting extra calling from other radios.
Various scan functions including CTCSS/DCS Scan function.
Using 5Tone to send Message, Emergency alarm, Call all, ANI, Remotely kill, Remotely Waken, etc.
Automatic calling ldentification function by DTMF--ANI or 5Tone--ANI .
Multi groups of fix scrambling and 2 groups of self define scrambling.
Compander function for decrease the background noise and enhance audio clarity, it can set compander ON/OFF per channel.
Different band width per channel, 25K for wide band, 20K for middle band ,or 12.5K for narrow band.
Theft alarm provides extra safety.
Frequency Range
RX: 108~180MHz(AM/FM)
220~260MHz
350~399.995MHz
400~490 MHz
TX: 144~146 MHz
430~440MHz
EXP(136~174MHz)
EXP( 400~490MHz)
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Supplied Accessories/Optional Accessories
Supplied Accessories
After carefully unpacking the transceiver, identify the items listed in the table below. We suggest you keep the box and packaging.
Transceiver
Microphone (QHM-04)
(with DTMF keyboard)
Spare Fuses
(QF-01)
Mobile Mounting
Bracket (QMB-01)
DC Power Cable with
Fuse Holder(QPL-01)
Hardware Kit for Bracket
Black screws
(M4X8mm)
4PS(QSS-01A)
Tapping screws
(M5X8mm)
4PS(QSS-01B)
S-Washer
(QSS-01D)
User Manual
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Optional Accessories
3 meter extending cable
for attachable panel/
Cloning Cable(CP52)
USB Programming
Cable (PC51)
Cigar-Plug Connection
Line (QCC-01)
External Speaker (SP-02)
Desktop
Microphone
(QDM-01)
Programming Software
(QPS-588UV)
Power supply (QRP-01)
Microphone
(QHM-02)
Car Antenna
(QCA-02)
Initial Installation
Mobile installation
To install the transceiver, select a safe, convenient location inside your
vehicle that minimizes danger to your passengers and yourself while the
vehicle is in motion. Consider installing the unit at an appropriate position
so that knees or legs will not strike it during sudden braking of your
vehicle. Try to pick a well ventilated location that is shielded from direct
sunlight.
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Determine the appropriate angle of the transceiver, using the 3
screw hole positions on the side of the mounting bracket.
111 Install the mounting bracket in the vehicle using the supplied selftapping screws (4pcs) and flat washers (4pcs).
Car body
Washer (M5)
Tapping screw
(M5X20mm)
Mounting bracket
222 Position the transceiver, then insert and tighten the supplied hexagon
SEMS screws.
Double check that all screws are tightened to prevent
vehiclevibration from loosening the bracket or transceiver.
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Initial Installation
DC Power Cable Connection
NOTE
555 Reconnect any wiring removed from the negative terminal.
Red
Locate the power input connector as close to the transceiver as possible.
Mobile Operation
The vehicle battery must have a nominal rating of 12V. Never
connect the transceiver to a 24V battery. Be sure to use a 12V
vehicle battery that has sufficient current capacity. If the current
to the transceiver is insufficient, the display may darken during
transmission, or transmitting output power may drop excessively.
111 Route the DC power cable supplied with the transceiver directly
to the vehicle's battery terminals using the shortest path from the
transceiver.
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Black
666 Connect the DC power cable to the transceiver's power
supplyconnector.
Press the connectors firmly together until the locking tab clicks.
If the ignition-key on/off feature is desired(optional feature),use the
We recommend you do not use the cigarette lighter socket
as some cigarette lighter sockets introduce an unacceptable
voltage drop.
The entire length of the cable must be dressed so it is isolated
from heat, moisture, and the engine secondary (high voltage)
ignition system/ cables.
DC power cable
222 After installing cable, in order to avoid the risk of damp, please
use heat-resistant tap to tie together with fuse box. Don't forget
to reinforce whole cable.
333 In order to avoid the risk of short circuit, please cut down
connection with negative (-) of battery, then connect with radio.
444 Confirm the correct polarity of the connections, then attach the
power cable to the battery terminals; red connects to the positive
(+) terminal and black connects to the negative (-) terminal.
Use the full length of the cable without cutting off excess even
if the cable is longer than required. In particular, never remove
the fuse holders from the cable.
Ext. Power jack
optional QCC-01(For Cigar-Plug connection) cable. Connect one
of the cables between the ACC terminal or a Cigar-Plug that operates
with the vehicle ignition or ACC switch on the vehicle and EXT
POWER jack on the rear side of the unit.
NOTE
In many cars,the cigar-lighter plug is always powered. If this is the case,
you cannot use it for the ignition key on/off function.
Initial Installation
777 When the ignition key is turned to ACC or ON(Start) position
with the radio turned off, the power switch illuminates. The
illumination will be turned off when the ignition key is turned
to the off position.To turn on the unit, press the power switch
manually while it is illuminated. (While ignition key is at ACC or
ON position)
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111 Connect the DC power cable to the regulated DC power supply
and ensure that the polarities are correct. (Red: positive,
Black:negative).
Do not directly connect the transceiver to an AC outlet.
Use the supplied DC power cable to connect the transceiver
to a regulated power supply.
888 When the ignition key is turned to ACC or ON position with the
Do not substitute a cable with smaller gauge wires.
radio's power switch on, the unit turns on automatically and the
power switch will be lit. Turn the ignition key to OFF position or
manually turn the power switch off to shut down the radio.
Regulated
power supply
(QRP-01)
999 Using extra cable,power consumption:5MAH.
1111 Without this function,user can turn on/off radio by Power knob.
Red
Black
ACC terminal
Regulated power supply (QRP-01)
Cigar-Plug connection
DC power cable with fuse holder (QPL-01)
222 Connect the transceiver's DC power connector to the
connector on the DC power cable.
Press the connectors firmly together until the locking tab
clicks.
Ext. Power jack
Fixed Station Operation
In order to use this transceiver for fixed station operation, you
will need a separate 13.8V DC power supply (not included) , power
supply( QRP-01) as optional accessories. Please contact local
dealer to require.
The recommended current capacity of your power supply is 12A.
Before connecting the DC power to the transceiver, be sure to
switch the transceiver and the DC power supply OFF.
NOTE
Do not plug the DC power supply into an AC outlet until you
make all connections.
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Initial Installation
REPLACING FUSES
If the fuse blows, determine the cause, then correct the problem.
After the problem is resolved, replace the fuse. If newly installed
fuses continue to blow, disconnect the power cable and contact your
authorized
dealer or an authorized
servicecenter for assistance.
an impedance other than 50Ω reduces the efficiency of the antenna
system and can cause interference to nearby broadcast television
receivers, radio receivers, and other electronic equipment.
NOTE
Transmitting without first connecting an antenna or other
matched load may damage the transceiver. Always connect
the antenna to the transceiver before transmitting.
All fixed stations should be equipped with a lightning arrester to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and transceiver damage.
The possible locations of antenna on a car are shown as following:
Fuse Location
Transceiver
Supplied Accessory DC
power cable
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Fuse Current Rating
15A
20A
Only use fuses of the specified type and rating, otherwise the
transceiver could be damaged.
NOTE
If you use the transceiver for a long period when the vehicle battery is
not fully charged, or when the engine is OFF, the battery may become
discharged, and will not have sufficient reserves to start the vehicle. Avoid
using the transceiver in these conditions.
Antenna Connection
Before operating, install an efficient, well-tuned antenna. The success
of your installation will depend largely on the type of antenna and its
correct installation. The transceiver can give excellent results if the
antenna system and its installation are given careful attention.
Use a 50Ω impedance antenna and low-loss coaxial feed-line that
has a characteristic impedance of 50 Ω, to match the transceiver input
impedance. Coupling the antenna to the transceiver via feed-lines having
Initial Installation
Accessories Connections
Antenna[QCA-02]
External Speaker
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Microphone[QHM-04]
If you plan to use an external speaker, choose a speaker with an
impedance of 8 Ω. The external speaker jack accepts a 3.5 mm (1/8")
mono (2-conductor) plug.
External speaker[SP-02]
SP-02
PC Connecting
To untilize the QPS588UV software, you must first connect the
transceiver to your PC then using an optional programming cable 7
PC50 (via Data socket ).
Microphone
Please use QPS-588UV software for programming.
For voice communications, connect a microphone equipped with
an 8-pin modular plug into the modular socket on the front of the
main unit. Press firmly on the plug until the locking tab clicks. Attach
the supplied microphone hanger in an appropriate location using the
screws included in the screw set.
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NOTE
Microphone
connector
Ask your dealer about purchasing a Programming Cable PC51.
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Getting Acquainted
Front panel
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•• Basic Functions
NO. KEY
1
2
Left Dial Knob
Right Dial Knob
FUNCTION
Rotate it to choose frequency /channel. Press
it to set the left band as "Main Band"; In VFO
mode, press it to choose the frequency band;
In function setup as confirm key; in scan mode,
rotate it to change scan direction
Rotate it to choose frequency /channel. Press
it to set the right band as "Main Band"; In VFO
mode, press it to choose the frequency band;
In function setup as confirm key; in scan mode,
rotate it to change scan direction
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Left Volume Knob
4
Right Volume Knob Adjust right band voluem level.
Adjust left band voluem level.
5
【TV/SQL】
In standby. press this key to turn On/Off TV
function.Hold this key to cancel squelch
6
Function set Key
In standby , press this key to enter function menu
7
Power
Press it to power On /Off the transceiver
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Left【LOW】Key
In standby press to change H/L power for present
channel.Long press it to turn On/Off Talk Around
Function
9
Left【V/M】Key
n standby, press to switch between channel
mode and VFO mode. Long press it to set Wide/
Narrow band.
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Left【HM】Key
In standby, press to switch between HOME
channel and normal channel. Long press it to
enter dual watch of VFO channel and current
channel.
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Left【SCAN】Key
12
Right【LOW】Key
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Righ【V/M】Key
In standby, press to switch between channel
mode and VFO mode. Long press it to set Wide/
Narrow band.
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Righ【HM】Key
In standby, press to switch between HOME
channel and normal channel. Long press it to
enter dual watch of VFO channel and current
channel.
15
In standby, press to start channel or frequency
Righ【SCAN】Key scan.In channel mode, hold it to set current
channel scan skip.
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LCD
In standby, press to start channel or frequency
scan.In channel mode, hold it to set current
channel scan skip.
In standby press to change H/L power for present
channel.Long press it to turn On/Off Talk Around
Function
For display of channel, frequency and function
setup.
Getting Acquainted
Rear panel
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NO. KEY
1
2
3
NO. Indicator
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FUNCTION
Ext. Power Jack
Terminal for connecting optional cable QCC01 for
use with ignition key On/Off function.The radio will
auto power on when car is driving. The radio will
auto power off when car stops.
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FUNCTION
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Displays the channel number and Menu number.
2
Appears when current channel priority channel
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Appears when current channel is set Scan Skip
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Appears when current channel has CTCSS Encode
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Appears when current channel has CTCSS Decode
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Appears when the Offset function is ON
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Appears while transmitting.
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Displays the Main channel.
9
Displays the operating frequency,channel name
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12
Displays when receiving a signal or Monitor is ON
Signal strength for receiving and power level for
transmitting
Appears while in Narrow band.
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2
Ext.Speaker Terminal Terminal for optional external speaker SP02
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TV/AV port
Connect to television TV/AV port. (Optional)
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Appears when mute has been turned ON.
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Heat -sink fan
Runs Automatically when radio temperature rise up.
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Appears when the DCS function is ON.
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Appears while in AM mode
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Appears when the Scrambler function is ON
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Appears when the Compander function is ON.
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Appears while using Low output power
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Appears while using Middle output power
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Appears while Auto power off function is ON.
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Appears when the Key Lock function is ON.
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Appears when press SET key.
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Appears when choose KEY2 mode.
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Appears when corss band repeat function is ON
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Antenna Connector Connect a 50 Ω antenna
DISPLAY
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8 24 20 21 1
2 4 3 5 6
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15 16 17 18 19
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16 17 18 19
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Getting Acquainted
microphone
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MIC Connector Diagram(in the front view of connector)
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Key Pad Serial Data
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+5V
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3
DOWN
UP
MIC GND
MIC
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5
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NO. KEY
FUNCTION
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UP
Increase frequency ,channel number or
setting value.
2
DOWN
Decrease frequency, channel number or
setting value.
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PTT
Press the PTT (Push-TO-Talk) key to
transmit.
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Number Key
Input VFO frequency or DTMF dial out etc.
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A/B band
Choose left band or right band as Main band
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Band Indicator
The indicator light on for Main band.
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TX/RX Indicator
Light green while receiving, Light red while
transmitting.
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MIC
Speak here during transmission.
PTT
GND
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Basic Operations
Switching The Power On/Off
Adjusting Frequency
Power On
Adjusting Frequency THROUGH SELECTOR KNOB
Press
key to switch the transceiver ON,
the LCD displays "WELCOME ANYTONE", then
display current frequency or channel.
POW
Power Off
Press
key for over 0.5 Second to switch the transceiver OFF.
Adjusting The Volume
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob of selected
band clockwise to increase the volume,
counterclockwise to decrease the volume.
NOTE
In frequency (VFO) mode, turn the selector
knob clockwise to increase frequency;
counterclock-wise to decrease frequency. Every
gear will increase or decrease frequency by one
step. To adjust the Main band frequency, press
corre-spondent selector knob, the left side of
decimal point will flash. In this status, turn the
selector knob will increase or decrease frequency quickly by 1MHz step
NOTE
Min
Volume
Max
Volume
Hold
, keep press Monitor the background noise after the transceiver
emits a DU beep, meanwhile adjust the [VOLUME] knob. During
communication, volume can be adjusted more accurate.
In standby, press correspondent
key to
switch between Frequency and channel mode,
when the transceiver is in channel mode, the
LCD will displays current channel.
The microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key also able to adjust frequency.
Press [ UP/DOWN ] key will increase(decrease) the frequency by one
step size. Hold [ UP/DOWN ] key will adjust the frequency continuously.
Input Frequency THROUGH Microphone number key
In VFO mode, you can input the frequency by the microphone numeric
key. It is invalid to input frequency out of the frequency band.
For example:
to input 150.125Mhz, press 1, 5, 0, 1, 2, 5 continuously.
to input 152 MHz, press1, 5, 2,
continuously.
NOTE
Switch between VFO and Channel mode
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When the Band lockout function is on, the input or adjusting of frequency
band. The right band only limited in 136-174Mhz and 400-470Mhz.
Adjusting Channel
Adjusting Channel THROUGH SELECTOR KNOB
In the channel mode, you can adjust the channel directly by the channel
knob.Turn clockwise to increase one channel; turn counterclockwise
to decrease one channel.To adjust the Main band channel, press
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correspondent selector knob, the channel number flashes in this
situation, the channel number will increase 10 channels by each gear of
selector knob. Press microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key also able to adjust
the channel.
NOTE
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Basic Operations
If there is any empty channel, the adjustment will ignore it and jump to
next channel.
Input Channel THROUGH Microphone number key
In channel mode, you can switch to desired channel by press 3 of the
microphone numeric key (001-758). For example input 001 get channel 1;
input 030 is channel 30; input 512 is channel 512. If the input channel is
not programmed with frequency, the transceiver will emit a warning beep
and return to last channel.
Switch Between Main Band and Sub band
This transceiver is default on dual receive,
12 a "MAIN" icon will displays in the top right of
the working frequency. The transmitting is only
on the Main band. When the left Band is Main
band, press the right selector knob will switch
the right Band to Main band. Then press the left selector knob will switch
the left Band to Main band.
Selecting the frequency band
1. Choose for Left band: press the left side
key to switch it to VFO
mode, press the left selector knob over 1 second then repeater above
operation will switch the left band between 118~180Mhz (RX: 118174Mhz, TX: 136-174Mhz), 220~260Mhz (RX only), 350~399Mhz (RX
only) or 400~490Mhz.
2. Choose for right band: press the right side
key to switch it to VFO
mode, press the right selector knob over 1 second then repeater
above operation will switch the right band between 136-174Mhz,
400~490Mhz.
NOTE
This transceiver can be set working on 2 UHF band or 2 VHF band.
Receiving
In standby, both left band and right band
able To receive. When they receive any signal,
the BUSY icon and signal strength icon will appear in the correspondent
area of the LCD. And you can hear the calling。
NOTE
If the transceiver has set at higher squelch level, it may fail to hear the
calling. If the Busy and signal strength icon display inleft band or right
band, but can not hear the calling, means the signal is with matching
carrier but dis-matching signaling.
Squelch Off/Squelch Off Momentary
Long press of
key can be programmed as Squelch Off or Squelch
Off Momentary to monitor the weak signal.
1. Squelch Off: Hold
key until hear "Du" beep, the squelch is off,
repeat the above operation to resume squelch.
2. Squelch Off Momentary: Keep hold
key to disable squelch,
Release the key to resume squelch.
NOTE
In standby, press the microphone
to turn on the squelch.
to cancel squelch, press it again
Transmitting
Hold PTT key, the transceiver change to transmitting. Please hold the
mic-rophone approximately 2.5-5.0cm from your mouth, and then speak
into the microphone in your normal voice to get best timbre.
NOTE
The transmitting only available on Main band, the TX icon will display in
the top right corner of the Main band frequen
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Shortcut Operations
Squelch level Setup
his function is used to setup the strength of receiving signal, when the
stren gth reach a certain level, the calling can be heard, otherwise, the
transceiver will keep mute.
In standby, press and hold
key, meanwhile switch the selector
knob to adjust the squelch level of Main band.
1-20: Total 20 squelch levels available.
OFF: turn off squelch. The background noise always on.
NOTE
NOTE
In standby, hold
key for over 0.5second to turn On/ Off frequency
reverse function. When reverse function is on, the TX frequency will
change to RX frequency and RX frequency change to TX frequency.
The signaling will also be reversed if CTCSS/DCS signaling existed in
this channel.
NOTE
Transmit DTMF/2TONE/5TONE signaling
High/Mid/Low Power Switch
In standby, repeat press
key to choose power levels as following:
When LCD displays HIGH, the power on current channel is high.
When LCD displays MID1, the power on current channel is middle 1
When LCD displays MID2, the power on current channel is middle 2.
When LCD displays LOW, the power on current channel is low.
Output power for each level:
HIGH
MID1
MID2
In channel mode, this operation is for temporary use only
Frequency Reverse
The squelch level shall setup separately for right band and left band.
If the current channel is with DTMF/2TONE/5TONE signaling, hold PTT
and [ UP ] key will transmit selected Pre-programmed signaling
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This function is valid only when current channel setup with offset frequency
and offset direction
Band-width Selection
This transceiver has 3 band widths, select suitable band width in
accordance with different local conditions.
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In standby, hold
key for over 0.5 second to choose the 3 band widths
When LCD displays WIDE, current channel is work on wide band 25KHz
When LCD displays MIDDLE,current channel is work on middle band 20KHz
When LCD displays NARROW, current channel is work on narrow
band 12.5KHz
HOME Channel
In standby, press
key to switch to HOME
channel, and commnicatte on HOME channel.
repeat press it to return to last channel.
LOW
VHF(50W)
VHF(20W)
VHF(10W)
VHF(5W)
UHF(40W)
UHF(20W)
UHF(10W)
UHF(5W)
Super channel select
In standby, press the left or right volume knob will switch the radio work
on super channel 1 or supper channel 2.
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Dual Watch
In standby, hold
key for over 0.5 second to enter Dual Watch
mode. The radio will scan the channel in every 5 seconds. When the radio
receives match signal, it pause scanning until the signaling disappear.
Repeat above operation to exit Dual watch.
Emergency Alarm
To start emergency alarm, hold the right volume knob until the trans
-ceiver displays ALARM and emit alarm. Re-power on the transceiver to
exit alarm. This transceiver has 4 kind of alarm which can be setup by
programming software.
Channel/Frequency Scan
Frequency Scan
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In VFO mode, this function is designed to monitor signal of every
communicative frequency point of "step size" you have set.
key to enter channel scan.
111 In VFO mode, press the Main Band
222 During the scanning adjust the Main band selector knob or press
microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key will change the scan direction.
333 Press
key to exit scan.
Channel Scan
key to enter channel scan.
111 In channel mode, press the Main Band
222 During the scanning, adjust the Main band selector knob or press
microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key will change the scan direction.
333 Press
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Shortcut Operations
key to exit scan.
Channel Scan Skip
In channel mode, switch selector knob to choose the channel, then hold
for over 0.5 second, the radio prompts
"DU DU", and LCD displays "SKIP", and now
the current channel is Scan Skip.
Channel Edit
111 In VFO mode, turn selector knob to select the desired frequency or
input frequency by MIC's numeric keys.
222 Hold
key until the transceiver prompt
DU and the display of channel number flashes.
333 Turn selector knob to select the channel number to store. (If the
storage has data , the LCD will display the
frequency, otherwise will display----------)
444 Press
key, the LCD display MEN- IN, the channel edit completed.
Scan range Limit
You can set the VFO scan frequency range by this function:
111 Choose upper limit and lower limit frequency, there are L1/U1- L5/
U5, five couple of limit frequency for selection. L stands for lower
limit and U stands for the upper limit. the upper limit must over the
lower limit frequency. Please refer the
Channel Edit to setup the limit frequency.
222 In VFO mode, set the VFO frequency in
the range between upper and lower limit.
333 Press
key to start scan in lmited range.
Channel Copy
111 In channel mode, turn the selector knob to choose the channel.
key until the transceiver prompt a Du and channel number
222 Hold
display flashes.
333 Turn selector knob to choose channel number for storage. ( If the
Shortcut Operations
storage has data , the LCD will display the frequency, otherwise will
display----------)
key, the LCD displays MEN-IN, channel copy completed.
444 Press
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Channel Delete
111 I n s t a n d b y, h o l d
key until the
transceiver prompt DU, and channel
number flashes.
222 Turn selector knob to choose channel number for delete. (If the
storage has data, the LCD will display the frequency, otherwise will
display----------)
333 Hold Main band volume knob, until the transceiver emit DU DU
prompt and LCD displays MEN-OUT, the channel delete completed.
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General Setting
operation steps of Function menu
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333
444
555
key to enter function menu.
Press
Turn the Main band selector knob to choose wanted function.
Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
Press the Main band selector knob to store value and back to
function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5
second to store setup and exit.
APO (Automatic Power off)
Once APO is activated, the transceiver will be automatically switched
off when the pre-set timer running out.
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key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 01 menu. the LCD displays "APO"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose wanted value.Available Values:
0.5-12 hours, OFF
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu.
Press
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second to store
setup and exit.
Automatic offset
This transceiver has automatic offset function. When this function is on,
the transceiver will automatically transmitting with RX frequency ± offset
frequency. The operation as following:
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 02 menu. the LCD displays
"ARS"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
ON: Auto Offset function is turned on.
OFF Auto Offset function is turned off.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu.
Press
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second to store
setup and exit.
NOTE
When the Automatic offset is ON, the offset for 136-174Mhz is default on
0.6Mhz, and for 400-490 is default on 5Mhz.
Frequency Channel Step Setup
Only in frequency (VFO) mode, this function is valid. Turn selector
knob to to select frequency or frequency scanning which is restricted by
frequency step size.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 03 menu. the LCD displays "STEP"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
Available Values: 2.5K, 5K, 6.25K, 10K,
12.K, 15K, 20K, 25K, 30K,50K.
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu.
Press
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second to store
setup and exit.
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NOTE
This function is auto-hidden in channel mode
VFO Band lockout
In VFO mode, when this function is on, the scanning or input of
frequency will restricted within the current VFO frequency band.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 04 menu. the LCD displays "BAND"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
ON: Turn on VFO band lockout function
OFF: Turn off VFO band lockout function
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Beep Function
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 05 menu. the LCD displays "BEEP"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
ON: Turn on Beep function.
OFF: Turn off Beep function
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for
over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
General Setting
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CPU Clock frequency Change
When any harmonic or image frequency in the CPU clock disturbs the
working frequency, turn on this function will cut the disturbing
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 06 menu. the LCD displays "CLK.SFT"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose wanted value.
ON: Turn on CPU Clock frequency Change
OFF: Turn off CPU Clock frequency Change
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for
over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
2TONE Encode select
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 07 menu. the LCD displays "2TN ENC"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose wanted value.
Available Values: 0-23, total 24 groups.
NOTE
if the 2TONE encode are programmed with name, the LCD will display
correspondent name.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for
over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
After choose the 2TONE encode group. Press PTT will transmit selected
code.
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5TONE Encode select
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 08 menu. the LCD displays "5TN ENC"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose wanted value.
Available Values: 0-99, total 100 groups.
NOTE
if the 5TONE encode are programmed with name, the LCD will display
correspondent name.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for
over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
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NOTE
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General Setting
After choose the 5TONE encode group. Press PTT will transmit selected
code.
Add Optional signaling
This transceiver has 3 optional signaling: DTMF/5Tone/2Tone,those
signaling function similar as CTCSS/DCS signaling. When the receiver
adds an optional signaling, the caller shall transmit matching signaling.
DTMF and 5Tone signaling can be applied for other advanced features
such as ANI, PTT ID, group call, select call, remotely stun, remotely kill
waken…etc
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 09 menu. the LCD displays
"TON DEC"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value
DTMF: means DTMF signaling is added.
2TONE: means DTMF signaling is added.
5TONE: means DTMF signaling is added.
OFF: Turn off optional signaling
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to
function menu.Press
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5
second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
The working of optional signaling shall be work associated with the squelch
mode setup. (Refer to Squelch Mode setup in page 19)
CTCSS encode Setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose No 10 menu, the LCD displays "TX CDCS"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value
OFF: Turn off CTCSS/DCS encode.
CTCSS: Choose CTCSS encode.
DCS: Choose DCS encode.
555 Press the Main band selector knob to enter the menu.
666 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted CTCSS, DCS
code.
CTCSS: 62-254.1Hz, and one self-define
group, total 52 groups
DCS: 000N-777I, total 1024 groups
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777 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for
over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
General Setting
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Sub Band Display Setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 12 menu. the LCD displays "DSP SUB"
CTCSS decode Setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose No 11 menu, the LCD displays "RX CDCS"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value
OFF: Turn off CTCSS/DCS decode.
CTCSS: Choose CTCSS decode.
DCS: Choose DCS decode.
555 Press the Main band selector knob to enter the menu.
666 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted CTCSS, DCS
code.
CTCSS: 62-254.1Hz, and one self-define
group, total 52 groups
DCS: 000N-777I, total 1024 groups
777 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to function menu. Press
key
or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
The working of CTCSS/DCS decode shall be work associated with the
squelch mode setup. (Refer to Squelch Mode setup in page 19)
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
FREQ: display sub band frequency,
DC-IN: display sub bad voltage.
OFF: turn off display for sub Band
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to
function menu. Press
key or hold
selector knob for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
DTMF Encode Pre-Loading time
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 13 menu. the LCD displays "DTMF D"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
100MS: The Pre-Loading time is 100MS
300MS: The Pre-Loading time is 300MS
600MS: The Pre-Loading time is 500MS
800MS: The Pre-Loading time is 800MS
1000MS: The Pre-Loading time is 1000MS
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for
over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
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General Setting
DTMF Encode Transmitting Time
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 14 menu. The LCD displays "DTMF S"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
30MS: The time for transmit a single DTMF encode and the interval is 30MS,
50MS: The time for transmit a single DTMF encode and the interval is 50MS,
80MS: The time for transmit a single DTMF encode and the interval is 80MS,
100MS: The time for transmit a single DTMF encode and the interval is 100MS,
150MS: The time for transmit a single DTMF encode and the interval is 150MS,
200MS: The time for transmit a single DTMF encode and the interval is200MS,
250MS: The time for transmit a single DTMF encode and the interval is 250MS,
20 555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to
function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5
second to store setup and exit.
DTMF Encode setup
to enter function menu
111 Press
222 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose No 15 menu, the LCD displays DTMF W
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose DTMF group. Then
press
key back to DTMF menu.
Press PTT will transmit with selected
DTMF code.
06-16: total 16 group of DTMF code.
555 When the selected group is empty, the
LCD displays '------"
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666 Press the selector knob to enter the DTMF signaling edit. The LCD
display "-- -- -- -- -- --", the last character flashes.
777 Switch the selector knob to choose wanted character. Press the
selector knob to confirm selected value and start edit for next
character.
888 Press
key to store value and exit code editing. Press
key
again to store setup and exit. Press
key or hold selector knob
for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Squelch Mode Setup
This transceiver has 5 squelch modes available. Squelch function is
used for increase the level of filtering unwanted signal, and free from
disturb.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 16menu. The LCD displays "SGN SQL"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value
SQ: You can hear the calling once receives matching carrier.
CTSS/DCS: You can hear the calling when receives matching carrier
and CTCSS/DCS code.
CT*TO: You can hear the calling when receives matching carrier +
optional signaling.
TONE: You can hear the calling when
receives matching carrier + CTCSS/DCS + optional
signaling.
CT/TO: You can hear the calling when receives any matching carrier
or CTCSS/DCS or optional signaling.
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555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for
over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
Only when the transceiver is set with CTCSS/DCS or optional
DTMF/5TONE/TONE signaling, the values will be available.
Compander
Compander function will decrease the background noise and enhance
audio clarity, especially in long range communication.
key to enter function menu
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 17 menu. The LCD displays "COMP"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
ON: Compander function is turn on
OFF: Compander function is turn off
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
When using compander, to avoid distortion during communications, both
radios need turn on this function.
Scrambler Setup
T h i s s p e c i a l a u d i o p r o c e s s c a n o ff e r a m o r e c o n f i d e n t i a l
communication;other radio with at same frequency will receive only
disordered noises.
General Setting
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key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 18 menu. The LCD displays "SCR"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted group
1-9 (9 fix groups)U1,U2 (2 self defined
scrambler groups)
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
To enable commutation with scrambler, 2 transceivers shall set with same
group.
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Tone Bust (Pilot Frequency)
This function uses to start repeater .It needs certain intensity Pilot
Frequency to start a dormant repeater. As usual, no need to send pilot
frequency again once repeater started.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 19 menu. The LCD displays "TBST"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted frequency.
1000: Pilot Frequency is 1000Hz.
1450: Pilot Frequency is 1450Hz.
1750: Pilot Frequency is 1750Hz.
2100: Pilot Frequency is 2100Hz.
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General Setting
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
After the above setup, hold microphone PTT key and [ DOWN ] key, the
radio will transmit selected tone.
DT means DTMF, displays 5T means 5TONE, displays 2T
means 2TONE. In VFO mode, long press this key, the step
size change to 10Mhz.
333
short press: Frequency reverse function, when current
channel is setup with offset direction and offset frequency,
press this key will turn on frequency reverse function. When
frequency reverse function the TX frequency turns to RX
frequency & RX frequency changes to TX frequency. The
signaling will also be reversed if CTCSS/DCS signaling
existed in this channel. Repeat shot press it will turn off
Frequency reverse function.
444
long press: In stand by, hold this key until the LCD
displays
, means the compander function is on, repeater
above operation to turn off compander function.
555
short press: In standby, press this key to set the
CTCSS/DCS code for current channel.
When the LCD displays ENC, the current channel is with
CTCSS encode function.
When the LCD displays ENC and DEC, the current channel
is with CTCSS /DCS code function.
When the LCD displays DCS and DCS icon, the current
channel is with CTCSS code function.
When the LCD displays OFF, the current channel is without
CTCSS /DCS function.
666
long press: In standby, long press this key to enter
CTCSS/DCS scan, when find matching CTCSS/DCS signal,
the scan will pause in the way fllowing Scan Dwell time.
The scan direction can be changed by corresponding
channel selector knob.
Note:To enable this function, the channel shall be
programmed with CTCSS/DCS decode.
Keypad Mode Setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 20 menu. The LCD displays
"KEYMOD"
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333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted mode.
KEY1: key1 mode, Normal mode, the left
4 keys have same functions as the
right 4 keys.
KYE2: the left 4 keypads will shared by both band. And the right 4
key pads will re-defined.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Notice: Definition of 4 Right band Keypad in KEY2 mode:
111
Short press: In VFO mode, short press this key, the
frequency step size changes to 1Mhz,in channel mode,
adjust selector knob will jump 10 channels.
222
long press: In standby, long press this key to ad/delete
optional signaling, repeat the long press it, will set optional
signaling DTMF,5TONE or 2TONE. When the LCD displays
General Setting
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short press, shot press this key , the sub band will
display "MAIN" and flashes.
ong press, choose scrambler group for Main band. In
icon.
X stands for the group number, repeater above operation to
choose wanted group.
888 standby, hold this key,the LCD displays SCR X and
Keypad Lockout
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 21 menu. The LCD displays "LOCK"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted mode.
ON: The keypad lockout function is turn
on all keys beside
and band switch
knob is valid.
OFF: The keypad lockout function is turn off.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
key to store value and
key or hold selector knob for over
TX OFF (PTT Lockout)
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 22 menu. The LCD displays "LOCKT"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted mode.
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BAND R, lock the right band PTT. Only able to transmit by left band.
BAND L, lock the left band PTT. Only able to transmit by right band.
BAND BOTH, lock both band PTT. Not
able to transmit by any side.
OFF: PTT no lock.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu.Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Squelch Level setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 23 menu. The LCD displays "SQL"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value
1-20: total 20 squelch levels
OFF: Turn of squelch function, the
background noise keep on.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
Press
and exit.
key to store value and .
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second to store setup
TALK AROUND
With this function on, the transceiver will able to communicate with a
trans ceiver in same network without through a repeater.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 24 menu. The LCD displays "REV"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
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General Setting
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
Editing Channel Name
ON: Talk Around is turn on, The TX and RX frequency will be
exchanged, the CTCSS DCS signaling also will be exchanged if
existed in current channel.
After edit a name for a channel, if the display mode is channel name,
the will displays the name edited in this menu. Otherwise it will display the
frequency.
OFF: Turn off Talk Around
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Switch the selector knob to choose NO 26
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
key to store value and
key or hold selector knob for over
Sub band mute setup
wanted character.
To avoid the receiving of sub band disturbing the communication of the
main band, you can turn on this function. The RX of the sub band will be
mute during the RX or TX of the main band.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
24 222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No 25 menu. The LCD displays "MUTE"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
TX: When the Main band is transmitting, the sub band receiving will
be mute.
RX: When the Main band is receiving, the
sub band receiving will be mute.
RX/TX: the sub band receiving always mute.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
function menu, the LCD displays "NAME C".
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the selector knob to choose
key to store value and
key or hold selector knob for over
555 Press the selector knob to confirm current character and start edit
next character, after editing all 7 characters, press the selector knob
to edit and back to function menu.
666 If the editing not reach 7 characters, press
key back to function
menu, then press
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second
to store setup and exit.
Channel Function Auto storeage Setup
When this function is on, all channel operation in channel mode will
be stored until next change, otherwise, when change channel or repower
on radio, all the channel operation will be resumed to pre-store state
to enter function menu
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to choose NO27 menu, The
LCD displays "HYPER"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to
enter function setup.
444 Switch the Mian band selector knob to choose wanted value.
MANUAL: Auto storeage is turn off.
AUTO:Auto storeage is turn on.
General Setting
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to sore setup and exit.
Microphone PA,PB, PC,PD key setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to choose No 28-31 menu. The
LCD displays "PG PA" PG PB, PG PC,
PG PD.
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
TX: When the Main band is transmitting, the sub band receiving will mute.
RX: When the Main band is receiving, the sub band receiving will mute.
RX/TX: the sub band receiving always mute.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
For Menu details, please refer to Page 30-31, Microphone Operation.
RF Squelch level setup
When squelch level function is on, you can cancel squelch only when
the signal strength reach the level setup by users.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No32 menu. The LCD displays
"RF SQL"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
S-2: Able to hear the calling when the power meter reach 1 bar.
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S-5: Able to hear the calling when the
power meter reach 4 bar.
S-9: Able to hear the calling when the power meter reach 8 bar.
S-FULL: Able to hear the calling when the power meter reach full bar.
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
OFFSET Direction setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No33 menu. The LCD displays "RPT MOD"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted Offset direction.
-: Minus offset, means transmitting frequency lower than receiving
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frequency.
+: P l u s o ff s e t , m e a n s t r a n s m i t t i n g
frequency higher than receiving frequency.
OFF: OFFSET is turn off. Transmitting frequency is same as receiving
frequency.
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Scan Dwell Time Setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No34 menu. The LCD displays "SCAN"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
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General Setting
TIME: it pauses 5s once scanning a
matching signal, then resume scan.
BUSY: it pauses once scanning a matching signal, then resume scan
after the signal disappeared for 2 seconds.
SECEDE: It Stops once scanning a matching signal, and exit scan.
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Offset frequency Setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No36 menu. The LCD displays "SHIFT"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
Available Offset frequency for this transceiver is 0-100MHz.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
Priority channel scan
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No35 menu. The LCD displays "SCAN M"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
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444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
MEN: Channel Scan, the transceiver will scan all the channel after
enter channel scan.
MSN: Priority Channel Scan, the
transceiver will only scan the priority channel after enter channel
scan.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
Before using Priority channel scan function.the edited channel shall be
programmed as P SCAN or refer to the PRI instrunction in page 29 to add
or delete priority channel.
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Display mode Setup
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No37 menu. The LCD displays "DISPLAY"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
FREQ: The radio displays channel number
+ frequency in channel mode, if
press
key,it will change to
VFO mode.
CH: Displays only channel number.
NAME: In channel mode, It displays the
cha nnel number and channel name if the current channel is
programmed with a name. Otherwise, it display the channel number
key, it will change to VFO mode.
and frequency.If press
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
General Setting
Busy Channel Lockout
With this function on, the transceiver will not transmitting on a busy
channel, to avoid disturbing other transceiver using same frequency.
Once the channel is busy and you press PTT, the transceiver will beep as
warning and return to receiving.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No38 menu. The LCD displays "REPLOCK"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
RLORP: Signaling busy channel lockout, transmitting is inhibited when
current channel receives a matching carrier but dis-matching
CTCSS/DCS.
RLOBU: Channel busy channel lockout, tran
smitting is inhibited when current
channel receives a matching carrier;
OFF: Busy channel lockout is disabled.
Transmitting is allowed in any receiving status.
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Radio's DTMF SELF ID ENQUIRY
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Switch the selector knob to choose No 39
function. The LCD displays "DTMF ID"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to
enter function setup. The LCD will show
the DTMF self ID.
key to store value and
444 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
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5TONE SELF ID ENQUIR
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Switch the selector knob to choose No40
function. The LCD displays "5TONE ID"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to
enter function setup. The LCD will show the DTMF self ID.
444 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
TOT (Time-out timer)
The time-out timer limits the amount of continuous transmitting time.
When the transmitting reaches the time limit which has been
programmed, the transmission will be cut off and emit warning beep.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No41 menu. The LCD displays "TOT"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
1-30 MIN, total 30 levels,
OFF: TOT is turn off.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
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General Setting
VFO Frequency Linkage
Set the left band and right band as VHF (136~174MHz) and
UHF(400~470MHz)then turn of this function will enable Cross Band
repeater function.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Switch the selector knob to choose No 44
choose No42 menu. The LCD displays "VFOTR"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
Available Values: ON, OFF.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to function menu. Press
key
or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
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Cross Band repeat
Enable this function, the adjustment any band of VFO frequency,
will bring same frequency change to both bands. Adjust one gear, the
frequency for both band will increase or decrease one step size value.
NOTE
This function only valid when both bands work on VFO mode.
Wide/Narrow band
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No43 menu. The LCD displays "WINNAR"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
WIDE: Wide band (25KHz)
MIDDLE: Middle band (20KHz)
NARROW: Narrow band (12.5KHz)
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to
function menu. Press
key or hold
selector knob for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
function. The LCD displays "X-RPT"
333 Press the Main band selector knob, the
LCD displays "XSTART".
444 Press the Main band selector knob, the radio prompt “DU” and the
LCD displays "RPT", the corss band repeat function is on.
NOTE
Press
will turn off cross band function.
LCD backlight
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to choose No. 45-47 menu. The
LCD displays "COL RED","COL GRN","COL BLU"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to
enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose wanted value.Each color (Red,
blue, Green) with 32 brightness levels.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to
function menu. Press
key or hold
selector knob for over 0.5 second to store
setup and exit.
General Setting
Keypad backlight brightness
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 48 menu. The LCD displays "DIMMER"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
Available value: 32 brightness levels.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to
function menu. Press
key or hold
selector knob for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Calling Record
The transceiver offers enquiry of calling record.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 49 menu. The LCD displays "NOTE"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
This transceiver able to record 16 calling at most.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and back to function
menu. Press
key or hold selector
knob for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
AM Function
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 50 menu. The LCD displays "AM"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
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ON: turn on AM function.
OFF: turn off AM function.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
This function is only valid when the Main band frequency is VHF 118174MHz, the function is invalid when the right band is set as Main band.
Automatic AM function
The radio will automatically boot AM function when the VHF frequency
is under 136Mhz
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
choose No. 51 menu. The LCD displays "AUT AM"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
ON: turn on auto AM function.
OFF: turn off auto AM function.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key to store value and
back to function menu. Press
key or hold selector knob for over
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
To enable Automatic AM function, the AM function shall be turned on first.
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General Setting
VHF External speaker port
Password Function
When the function setup as external (EXT), an external Dual Track
speaker (SP-02) must be connected in order to hear the calling on VHF.
The calling from VHF and UHF are separated in 2 tracks.
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
choose No. 52 menu. The LCD displays "VSPCONT"
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup.
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value.
INT: Internal speaker, VHF and UHF band share one speaker
EXT: External speaker, the calling on VHF
only audible through the external
Dual Track speaker.
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key or hold selector knob for over
back to function menu. Press
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0.5 second to store setup and exit.
BEEP Volume control
key to enter function menu.
111 Press
222 Turn the Main band selector knob to choose No. 53 menu. The LCD
displays “BP-VOL”
333 Press the Main band selector knob to enter function setup
444 Switch the Main band selector knob to
choose wanted value.
LOW: BEEP volume is low.
HIGH: BEEP volume is high.
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
back to function menu.
666 Press
key to store value and
key or hold selector knob for over 0.5 second to store
setup and exit.
choose No. 54 menu. The LCD displays "PASSWD"
ON: Turn on password function.
OFF: Turn off password function.
key to store value and
555 Press the Main band selector knob or
key or hold selector knob for over
back to function menu. Press
0.5 second to store setup and exit.
NOTE
When password function is on, correct password shall be input after power
on The password shall be programmed before using this function.
Microphone Operation
when the LCD displays"-", means minus offset.
MIC
PTT
UP
DOWN
Numeric Keys
Main/Sub band switch
You can operate the transceiver by keypad or input desired frequency
and channel through the QHM-04 microphone.
Send DTMF signaling
Hold the PTT key; input the desired DTMF signaling by the numeric keys.
Main/Sub band switching
This transceiver is defaulted on dual receive, in this status, a
MAIN icon will displayed in the top right corner of the Main band
frequency,transmitting only available on the Main band. In standby, you
can switch Main band and sub band by the A/B key.
Function operation through PA-PD keys
The PA,PB,PC,PD, keys are programmable, they can be endowed with
the following functions.
RPTR: OFFSET direction setup, in standby,
press the key programmed as RPTR function
will change the offset direction. when LCD displays"+", means plus offset,
NOTE
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This function is valid only when current channel set with offset frequency.
PRI : Add or delete priority channel: In
channel mode, press the key programmed
as PRI function to set priority channel, when the LCD displays
the
current channel is set as priority channel. repeat above operation, the
disappear, the curent channel is not set as priority channel.
LOW: Output power setup, in standby, press the key programmed as
as LOW function will change the lower level.When LCD displays HIGH,
the transmitting power on current channel is high. When LCD displays
MID1, the transmitting power on current channel is middle1, When LCD
displays MID2, the transmitting power on current channel is middle 2.
When LCD displays LOW, the transmitting
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power on current channel is low.
TONE: CTCSS/DCS code setup. In standby, press the key
programmed as TONE function will able to setup CTCSS/DCS code.
when the LCD key to choose CTCSS encode. When the LCD displays
"ENC","DEC" and CTCSS frequency,press the microphone [ UP/DOWN ]
key to choose CTCSS decode. When the LCD displays "DCS" and DCS
code,press microphone displays "ENC" and CTCSS frequency, press the
microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key to choose DCS
code.
MHZ: In VFO mode, press the key programmed as MHZ function,
the megabit digital in the LCD flashes, now turn the channel know or
microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key to adjust
frequency by 1Mhz step. In channel mode,
press this key, the channel number flashes,
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Microphone Operation
now adjust selector knob or microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key to adjust
channel.
to transmit selected tone burst. This function is use to wake sleeping
repeater.
REV: In standby, press the key programmed
as "REV" function to turnon or turn off Talk
Around function.
CALL OUT: Calling, in standby, press the key programmed as "CALL
OUT" function to transmit pre-programmed
DTMF, 2TONE, 5TONE code.
HOME: HOME channel switch, in standby press the key programmed
as "HOME" function press the key programmed as HOME function to
switch between HOME channel and current
channel.
COMP: Compander function in standby ,
press the key programmed as "COMP" to turn
on or turn off Compander function.
MAIN: Main band switch, in standby press the key programmed as
"MAIN" function to cho ose left band or right
band as Main band.
SCR: Scrambler function, in standby, press the key programmed as
"SCR" function to turn on or turn off Scrambler function. And choose
optional scrambler groups (from 9 fixed groups
and 2 self defined groups).
VFO/MR: Working mode switch. in standby, press the key programmed
as "VFO/MR" function to switch between
channel mode and frequency mode.
TONE DEC: Add Optional Signaling, in standby press the key
programmed as"TONE DEC" function to choose
DTMF(DT), 2TONE(2T), 5TONE(5T)or OFF.
SCAN: scan function in standby, press the
key programmed as "SCAN" function to start
channel scan or frequency scan.
W/N: Wide narrow band setup in standby,
press the key programmed as "W/N" function
to choose Wide band, middle and narrow
band.
SQL OFF:Turn off Squelch, in standby, press the key programmed as
"SQL OFF" function to turn off squelch, you
can hear very weak signal, repeat the above
function to turn on squelch.
TBST: Transmit tone burst, in standby;
press the key programmed as "TBST" function
OFF: No function.
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Cable Clone
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This feature will copy the programmed data and parameters in the master unit to slave units. It copies the parameters and memory program settings.
111 Use optional CP51 cloning cable, connect the cable between the data jacks on both master and slave.
222 Press and hold right band
key, then hold this key until the LCD displays "CLONE".
Clone Cable (CP-51)
333 Hold the Main band
key. the Master unit and Slave unit both display "CLONE XX", "XX" stands for the data amount being cloned, when the
Master unit displays "CLONE" again, the Slave unit repower on, means the come completed. Turn off the Slave unit, and change another slave
unit. then repeat step 3 to clone next radio.
NOTE
When the Master unit enter clone mode, repeater step 3 will able to clone multi radios.
If the data is not successfully transmitted, turn off both units, make sure the cable connection is correct and repeat the entire operation from the beginning.
RESUME FACTORY DEFAULT
If your radio seems to be malfunctioning becuase of wrong operation or setup, this function will able to resume all setup and channels to factory default.
Hold the right band
while power on the radio, all channnel and function setup will resume to factory default.
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Programming Software Installing and Starting (in windows XP system)
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Double click ”QPS588UV setup.exe“, then follow the installing instruction.
Install USB Cable Driver Programme
111 Click start menu in computer, under “ALL PROGRAMS” menu,
choose and click “USB To Com port” in QPS588UV program, install
“USB To Com port” driver by indication.
222 Connect the optional PC50 USB Programming cable to USB port in
PC with transceiver.(As pic 1)
333 Double click QPS588UV shortcut or click QPS588UV in procedure
index of start menu, choose serial com port as indicated then click
OK to start programming software. (As pic 2)
444 According to instruction,select correct"COM Port"(As pic 3),then click
"OK" to start programming software.
图1
图2
NOTE: Even in same computer,the selective COM Port is different
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You shall install software before connecting the USB cable line. Switch
on transceiver before writing frequency.You had better not switch on or
off the power supply of transceiver when it is connected with computer,
otherwise, it will make transceiver unable to read or write frequency. In
this case, you have to turn off programming software, pull out USB cable.
then reinsert USB cable and open software, then rechoose COM Port,
it will turn into normal operation. Therefore, please connect transceiver
with computer after switching on the transceiver. Don't restart transceiver
power when it is connected with computer.
NOTE
图3
This software has product identify system, so when firstly installing the software, you have to connect the transceiver,otherwise you can not start the software.
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Maintenance
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Trouble Shooting
Problem
Problem Possible Causes and Potential Solutions
(a) Power is on, nothing
appears on Display.
+ and - polarities of power connection are reversed. Connect red lead to plus
terminal and black lead to minus terminal of DC power supply.
(b) Fuse is blown.
Check and solve problem resulting in blown fuse and replace fuse with new
fuse.
(c) Display is too dim.
Dimmer setting is "LAMP-L". Please make the dimmer setting "LAMP-H".
(d) No sound comes from
speaker.
• Squelch is muted. Decrease squelch level.
• Tone or CTCSS/DCS squelch is active. Turn CTCSS or DCS squelch off.
(e) Key and Dial do not
function.
Key-lock function is activated. Cancel Key-lock function.
(f) Rotating Dial will not
change memory channel.
Transceiver is in CALL mode. Press the VFO or memory mode.
(g) PTT key is pressed but
transmission does not occur.
• Microphone connection is poor. Connect microphone properly.
• Antenna connection is poor. Connect antenna properly.
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Specifications
General
RX/TX:144~146MHz,430~440MHz
TX: 144~146MHz (EXP:136~174MHz)
Receiver (ETSI EN 300 086)
430~440MHz (EXP:400~490MHz)
Frequency Range
RX: 108~180MHz (AM/FM)
220~260MHz (FM)
400~490MHz (FM)
350~399.995MHz (FM)
Number of Channels
Channel Spacing
36
Sensitivity
(12dB SINAD)
Adjacent Channel
Selectivity
758 channels
Audio Response
25KHz(Wide band)
Hum & Noise
20KHz(Middle band)
Audio distortion
12.5KHz (Narrow band)
Audio power output
2.5KHz、5KHz、6.25KHz、10KHz、
Phase-locked Step
Operating Voltage
13.8V DC ±15%
Squelch
Carrier/CTCSS/DCS/5Tone/2Tone/DTMF
Frequency Stability
Operating Temperature
Narrow band
≤0.25μV
≤0.35μV
≥70dB
≥60dB
+1~-3dB(0.3~3KHz)
+1~-3dB(0.3~2.55KHz)
≥45dB
≥40dB
≤5%
>2W@10%
Transmitter (ETSI EN 300 086)
12.5KHz、15KHz、20KHz、25KHz、
30KHz、50KHz
Wide band
Power Output
Narrow band
50W
/25W/10W/5W(VHF)
40W/25W/10W
/5W(UHF)
16KΦF3E
11KΦF3E
±2.5ppm
Adjacent Channel
Power
≥70dB
≥60dB
-20~+60℃ Hum & Noise
≥40dB
≥36dB
Spurious Emission
≥70dB
≥70dB
+1~-3dB(0.3~3KHz)
+1~-3dB(0.3~2.55KHz)
Dimensions(WxHxD)
139(W)x40(H)x212(D)mm
Weight
about 1.14kg
Modulation
Wide band
Audio Response
Audio Distortion
≤5%
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Attached Chart
1024 groups DCS Code
51 groups CTCSS Tone Frequency(Hz)
62.5 77.0 91.5 107.2 127.3 151.4 167.9 183.5 199.5 225.7 254.1
67.0 79.7 94.8 110.9 131.8 156.7 171.3 186.2 203.5 229.1
Self
Define
69.3 82.5 97.4 114.8 136.5 159.8 173.8 189.9 206.5 233.6
71.9 85.4 100.0 118.8 141.3 162.2 177.3 192.8 210.7 241.8
74.4 88.5 103.5 123.0 146.2 165.5 179.9 196.6 218.1 250.3
The self defined CTCSS tone supports non standard codes. The frequency shall be
pre-programmed
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000
010
020
030
040
050
060
070
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
200
210
220
230
240
250
260
270
300
310
320
330
001
011
021
031
041
051
061
071
101
111
121
131
141
151
161
171
201
211
221
231
241
251
261
271
301
311
321
331
002
012
022
032
042
052
062
072
102
112
122
132
142
152
162
172
202
212
222
232
242
252
262
272
302
312
322
332
003
013
023
033
043
053
063
073
103
113
123
133
143
153
163
173
203
213
223
233
243
253
263
273
303
313
323
333
004
014
024
034
044
054
064
074
104
114
124
134
144
154
164
174
204
214
224
234
244
254
264
274
304
314
324
334
005
015
025
035
045
055
065
075
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
205
215
225
235
245
255
265
275
305
315
325
335
006
016
026
036
046
056
066
076
106
116
126
136
146
156
166
176
206
216
226
236
246
256
266
276
306
316
326
336
007
017
027
037
047
057
067
077
107
117
127
137
147
157
167
177
207
217
227
237
247
257
267
277
307
317
327
337
37
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340
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570
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Attached Chart
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351
361
371
401
411
421
431
441
451
461
471
501
511
521
531
541
551
561
571
601
611
621
631
641
651
661
671
701
711
342
352
362
372
402
412
422
432
442
452
462
472
502
512
522
532
542
552
562
572
602
612
622
632
642
652
662
672
702
712
343
353
363
373
403
413
423
433
443
453
463
473
503
513
523
533
543
553
563
573
603
613
623
633
643
653
663
673
703
713
344
354
364
374
404
414
424
434
444
454
464
474
504
514
524
534
544
554
564
574
604
614
624
634
644
654
664
674
704
714
345
355
365
375
405
415
425
435
445
455
465
475
505
515
525
535
545
555
565
575
605
615
625
635
645
655
665
675
705
715
346
356
366
376
406
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436
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456
466
476
506
516
526
536
546
556
566
576
606
616
626
636
646
656
666
676
706
716
347
357
367
377
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437
447
457
467
477
507
517
527
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547
557
567
577
607
617
627
637
347
657
667
677
707
717
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730
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770
721
731
741
751
761
771
722
732
742
752
762
772
723
733
743
753
763
773
724
734
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764
774
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735
745
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765
775
726
736
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737
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