Specifications | Furuno FS-1503 Telephone User Manual

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DANGER
WARNING
Do not place liquid-filled containers on
the top of the equipment.
Never touch the SSB antenna, antenna
coupler or lead-in insulator when the
SSB radiotelephone is transmitting.
Fire or electrical shock can result if a liquid
spills into the equipment.
High voltage which will cause death or
serious injury is present at the locations
mentioned above when the SSB radiotelephone is transmitting.
Indoor
Antenna Wire
(High Voltage)
Antenna
Coupler
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if the equipment is emitting
smoke or fire.
Antenna
Wire
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO
agent for service.
Lead-in
Insulator
(High
Voltage)
Make sure no rain or water splash leaks
into the equipment.
Fire or electrical shock can result if water
leaks in the equipment.
WARNING
Keep heater away from equipment.
Do not open the equipment.
A heater can melt the equipment’s power
cord, which can cause fire or electrical
shock.
Hazardous voltage which can
cause electrical shock exists
inside the equipment. Only
qualified personnel should
work inside the equipment.
Use the proper fuse.
Fuse rating is shown on the equipment.
Use of a wrong fuse can result in equipment
damage.
Immediately turn off the power at the
switchboard if water leaks into the
equipment or something is dropped in
the equipment.
Do not operate the equipment with wet
hands.
Continued use of the equipment can cause
fire or electrical shock. Contact a FURUNO
agent for service.
Electrical shock can result.
CAUTION
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
A warning label is attached to the
equipment. Do not remove the label.
If the label is missing or illegible,
contact a FURUNO agent or dealer.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
WARNING
To avoid electrical shock, do not
remove cover. No user-serviceable
parts inside.
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Name: Warning Label (1)
Type: 86-003-1011-0
Code No.: 100-236-230
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................iii
1. OPERATION
1.1 System Configuration .................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Transceiver Unit Description .....................................................................................1-2
1.3 Turning the Power On/Off..........................................................................................1-4
1.4 Adjusting the Backlighting .........................................................................................1-4
1.5 Turning the Loudspeaker On/Off ...............................................................................1-4
1.6 Turning the Squelch On/Off .......................................................................................1-4
1.7 Selecting Class of Emission, Turning AGC On/Off ...................................................1-4
1.8 Selecting Frequency ...................................................................................................1-5
1.9 Displaying Station Name .........................................................................................1-10
1.10 Transmitting ...........................................................................................................1-10
1.11 Distress Call on 2182 kHz ...................................................................................... 1-11
1.12 Receiving................................................................................................................1-13
1.13 Frequency Scan ......................................................................................................1-15
1.14 Frequency Sweep ...................................................................................................1-17
1.15 MIF Commands .....................................................................................................1-18
2. OPERATION OF OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
2.1 Telex Communication ................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Remote Station RB-500 .............................................................................................2-2
2.3 Intercom .....................................................................................................................2-2
3. CHANGING SYSTEM SETTINGS
3.1 System Setup ..............................................................................................................3-1
3.2 Customizing by User ..................................................................................................3-1
3.3 Writing User Channels ...............................................................................................3-3
4. MAINTENANCE
4.1 Weekly Checks ...........................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Diagnostic Test ...........................................................................................................4-2
4.3 LCD/Keyboard Test & ROM Version No. Confirmation ...........................................4-3
4.4 Maintenance ...............................................................................................................4-4
5. TROUBLESHOOTING
5.1 Troubleshooting List ..................................................................................................5-1
5.2 Error Indication ..........................................................................................................5-3
5.3 Replacing Fuses .........................................................................................................5-3
SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................... SP-1
APPENDIX (Frequency Tables) ......................................................................... A-1
TELEX CHANNELS ...................................................................................................... A-8
INDEX ......................................................................................................................... Index-1
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INTRODUCTION
FURUNO Electric Company thanks you for selecting the FS-1503 MF/HF SSB Radiotelephone. We are confident you will discover why FURUNO has become synonymous with quality and reliability. To get maximum performance from your unit, please carefully read and
follow the recommended procedures for operation and maintenance.
The FS-1503 is an all-purpose radiotelephone system especially designed for marine mobile
communication in the frequency range 1.6 to 27.5 MHz. All ITU channels are preprogrammed.
In addition, TX/RX frequencies can be preprogrammed into an E2 PROM having a capacity of
199 frequency pairs.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Station name entry available (channels 0-1 – 0-65)
2182 key provides for immediate selection of 2182 kHz (at FULL power automatically)
Scan and Sweep receiving functions
Where permitted user may program both Rx and Tx frequencies or Rx frequencies
PROM stores all ITU SSB and TELEX frequencies
Optional dummy load (in the Antenna Coupler) permits checking of transmitter
Effective noise blanker cancels pulse noise
Advanced voice and/or level-detecting type squelch circuit filters out noise and/or level
Remote Station RB-500 available (requires optional REMOTE-B Board)
System diagnostics program
DSC and NBDP connections (requires optional REMOTE-A Board)
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1. OPERATION
1.1 System Configuration
The basic FS-1503 consists of a Transceiver Unit, an Antenna Coupler, and an MIC. The figure
below shows the FS-1503 system and optional equipment.
FS-1503 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Antenna Coupler
AT-1503
Distributor
DB-500
OR
Transceiver Unit
FS-1503
SSB TRANSCEIVER FS-1503
SIMP
R
AGC
STATION
MODE
1
CURS
2
CLARI
3
4
SQL
5
SCAN
6
TUNE
7
H/L
8
2182
INT
0
DSC Terminal
DSC-5/6
NBDP Terminal
DP-5/6
Remote Station
RB-500
Distributor
DB-120
*
TX
RX
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
AGC NB
H3E
CH
9
START
MIC
(Handset
optionally
available)
MIC
VOLUME
RF GAIN
ALM
ENT
TEST
PC-220 13.6 V
24 VDC
FREQ/CH
OFF
13.6 V
External
Speaker
DSC Terminal
DSC-5/6
NBDP Terminal
DP-5/6
PR-270
100/110/200/220 VAC
* Optional pcb (REMOTE A or
REMOTE B) required.
13.6 VDC
Figure 1-1 FS-1503 system configuration
1-1
Option
1.2 Transceiver Unit Description
Loudspeaker
Keyboard
Operation Display
SSB TRANSCEIVER FS-1503
SIMP
R
AGC
STATION
MODE
1
CURS
2
CLARI
3
TX
4
SQL
5
SCAN
6
RX
TUNE
7
H/L
8
9
2182
INT
0
ALM
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
AGC NB
H3E
CH
START
MIC
VOLUME
RF GAIN
FREQ/CH
TEST
ENT
STOP
OFF
MIC
VOLUME control
Handset Jack w/Power ON/OFF
RF GAIN
control
FREQ/CH
control
Figure 1-2 Transceiver unit
Rotary controls
VOLUME
Turns the power on and off and adjusts the loudspeaker volume.
RF GAIN
Adjusts the receiver sensitivity.
FREQ/CH
Changes frequency digit selected by the cursor and switches user/ITU channel and band.
Keys
[MODE/1]
Selects a class of emission and turns AGC on/off. Press the [MODE/1] key
repeatedly until the wanted class of emission appears. To turn AGC on or off,
press the [MODE/1] key while pressing and holding down the [ENT] key.
[CURS/2]
Each pressing switches between band and channel when entering channels, or
shifts among last four places when entering frequency. Pressing together with
the [ENT] key displays station name or Rx frequency on the second line.
[CLARI/3]
Adjusts the receiver frequency for fine tuning when the frequency is set in
terms of Channel No. Not active in direct frequency entry. The adjustable
range is ±150 Hz in 10 Hz steps (±5 kHz in 100 Hz steps on H3E).
[TX]
Selects a Tx frequency.
/4]
Turns the internal or external loudspeaker on/off. The speaker mark appears
on the display when the speaker is off.
[SQL/5]
Turns the squelch function on/off. “SQ” appears on the display when the squelch
function is on.
[
1-2
[SCAN/6]
Turns the scan/sweep function on or off. “SCAN” or “SWEEP” appears on
the display when the scan or sweep function is on.
[RX]
Selects an Rx frequency.
[TUNE/7]
Tunes the antenna coupler. “TUNE” appears during tuning, and “OK” appears
after tuning is successfully completed.
[H/L /8]
Alternately selects high or low output power.
[ /9]
Adjusts backlighting of the keyboard and the display.
[CH]
Enables entry of channel (by ten key).
[2182]
Selects 2182 kHz on H3E (J3E may be selected depending on system setting).
[INT/0]
Calls “remote station” (if connected). Press this key, enter station no. and then
press [ENT] key.
[ALM]
Releases the two-tone alarm for 45 seconds. To transmit the alarm, press the
[ENT] key while holding down the [ALM] key. To silence it, press the [ENT/
STOP] key or the [ALM] key. Never press [ALM] + [ENT] except when own
ship is in distress.
[ENT]
Concludes data entry.
[0]...[9]
Enter numeric data.
Indications
The operation display provides the operational status by various marks and indications. Shown
below are the location and meaning of all available indications. They do not appear all at once
but when the related parts appear with respect to the mode selected.
* Rx channel
(Tx CH at Tx)
Clarifier ON
* Rx freq. or station name
(Tx freq. at Tx)
Transmit
Low output power
ITU channel
selected
ITU
Duplex
Simplex
Tx output
(RF level)
Tx output
(antenna
current)
Antenna tuning
in progress
T
DUP CLAR
SIMP
TR
0 2 4 6 8 10 RF
0 1 2 3 4 5 ANT LOW
TUNE OK SQ
AGC NB SWEEP SCAN
MEMO REM COM DUMMY
LSB J3E
TR: Tx, Rx freq.
R: Rx, freq.
System setting mode
User channel
writing mode
H3E TLX FAX
Antenna
tuning
completed
Cursor
Loudspeaker OFF
Squelch ON
Scan ON
Class of Emission
Frequency Sweep ON
Intercom ON
AGC ON
Noise
Blanker
ON
Remote control
ON
* Tx/Rx CH only or Tx/Rx freq. only available thru system setting.
Figure 1-3 Indications
1-3
Dummy antenna in
coupler ON
1.3 Turning the Power On/Off
The power switch is combined with the [VOLUME] control. Turn the [VOLUME] control
clockwise until you hear a click. Further clockwise rotation of the control raises the loudspeaker
volume. To turn off the power, turn the control fully counterclockwise until you hear the click.
1.4 Adjusting the Backlighting
The [ /9] key adjusts the backlighting for the operation display and the keyboard. Each time
the key is pressed, the backlighting changes in the sequence of high, medium, low and off.
1.5 Turning the Loudspeaker On/Off
When you are using a handset and therefore do not require the internal or external loudspeaker,
you can turn it off by pressing the loudspeaker [ /4] key. The “loudspeaker off mark” ( )
appears.
1.6 Turning the Squelch On/Off
The squelch mutes the audio output in the absence of an incoming signal. Each time [SQL/5] is
pressed, the squelch is turned on or off. When radio noise is too jarring during stand-by condition, it may be muted by activating the squelch. “SQ” appears when the squelch function is
active.
Note: The squelch is disabled on the class of emission TLX or FAX; “SQ” blinks.
1.7 Selecting Class of Emission, Turning AGC On/Off
Selecting class of emission
The [MODE/1] key selects the class of emission. Each time the key is pressed, the class of
emission changes in the sequence of LSB, J3E, H3E, TLX (J2B) and FAX (F3C).
Indication
LSB*
J3E
H3E
Symbol
J3E
J3E
H3E
TLX*
FAX*
J2B
F3C
Class of Emission
Single Sideband radiotelephony(LSB)
Single Sideband radiotelephony(USB)
Equivalent to AM radiotelephony. Only at 2182 kHz for
transmitting, any frequency for receiving.
Radio Telex
Reception of weather facsimile broadcast
* Available with system setting by FURUNO authorized service agent.
1-4
Turning AGC on/off
AGC is automatically turned on when frequency is changed, and “AGC” appears when AGC is
active. To turn AGC on or off manually, press the [MODE/1] key while pressing and holding
down the [ENT] key.
1.8 Selecting Frequency
Frequency can be selected by:
• Direct key entry (Free selection within marine bands for ship stations
where a qualified Radio Operator is available.)
• Channel number entry
• [FREQ/CH] control
A receiving frequency can be selected by one of the above methods, but there is a restriction in
selecting a transmitting frequency. This depends on how the equipment is programmed according to the national radio regulation.
Frequencies are indicated by:
Voice frequencies: Designated by the CARRIER frequency. Assigned frequencies are 1.4 kHz
higher than the carrier frequencies.
Telex, DSC:
Designated by the CENTER frequencies.
Setting
TX Freq
Selection
Free selection
NO
ITU channels
All channels in the
APPENDIX indicated by
CH and frequency.
User channels
YES, indicated by
CH/station name. Preset by
FURUNO agent.
1-5
Direct frequency entry
Rx frequency may can be entered manually. (Tx frequency may also be entered where permitted.)
Rx frequency
To set for a receive frequency of 1636.4 kHz, for example;
Press [RX], [1], [6], [3], [6], [4], [ENT] in this order. Entry of the decimal point is not required.
Tx frequency
To set for a transmit frequency of 2061.4 kHz, for example;
Press [TX], [2], [0], [6], [1], [4], [ENT].
DUP
RX freq
(Tx freq
shown at Tx)
R
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
SQ
AGC NB
J3E
Figure 1-4 Sample frequency display
• The [CURS/2] key shifts the cursor among last 4 places (J3E) or two places to left of decimal
and one place to right of decimal (H3E).
• To modify a value at a particular digit (Rx frequency only), use the [FREQ/CH]
control; it changes the value above the cursor.
Paired Rx/Tx frequency
To set for 2161 kHz simplex channel, for instance, press as below;
[TX]*, [RX]*, [2], [1], [6], [1], [0], [ENT]
Do not forget to enter the last zero in the above example. The last numeral represents the 1/10
decimal place. Simply hitting [TX], [RX], [2], [1], [6], [1], [ENT] will set 216.1 kHz.
* Order of pressing may be reversed, that is, you may press [RX] first.
1-6
User channels
You can recall user channels through the keyboard by channel numbers. Once a channel is
selected with the keyboard, the channel can be changed with the [FREQ/CH] control.
For how to write user channels, see Chapter 3. 199 user channels ( 0-01 to 0-99 and 1-00 to 199) can be programmed in addition to ITU channels.
To call the channel 1-20, for example:
Tx only
Press [TX], [CH], [1], [2], [0], [ENT]
RX only
Press [RX], [CH], [1], [2], [0], [ENT]
TX and RX paired
Press [CH], [1], [2], [0], [ENT]
Note: The standard sets provide readout of Rx CH No. and Rx frequency in kHz. When transmitting, Tx CH and Tx freq. are displayed. Pressing the [ENT] key displays both Tx and Rx
frequencies.
Rx CH
Rx band
—
SIMP
Frequency
R
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
LOW
AGC NB SWEEP
J3E
Figure 1-5 Sample user channel (Rx)
• The [CURS/2] key shifts the cursor to band or channel number.
• To change channel number use the [FREQ/CH] control; it changes the number above the
cursor, a band or channel designator.
• The [ENT] key temporarily displays both Tx and Rx frequencies.
1-7
ITU telephony channels (SSB)
To recall ITU SSB channel 412, for example, select J3E with the [MODE/1] key.
Press [CH], [4], [1], [2], [ENT], and a combination of Tx frequency of 4098 kHz and Rx
frequency of 4390 kHz is selected. To select only Rx or Tx frequency, hit [RX] or [TX] first.
Rx frequency
Rx band
Tx frequency
Rx CH No.
ITU
ITU
Tx Band
Tx CH No.
T
DUP
DUP
TR
TR
0 2 4 6 8 10 RF
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
AGC NB
AGC NB
J3E
J3E
When transmitting
When receiving
Figure 1-6 Sample displays of ITU telephony channel
• The [CURS/2] key shifts the cursor to band or channel number.
• To change channel number use the [FREQ/CH] control; it changes the number above the
cursor, a band or channel designator.
• The [ENT] key temporarily displays both Tx and Rx frequencies.
1-8
ITU TELEX channels
To select the ITU TELEX channel 4012, for example, first select TLX with the [MODE/1] key.
This radiotelephone is furnished with J2B class of emission. The J2B is compatible with F1B
which may be used on other parties. You do not have to worry about F1B or J2B; you can just
select TELEX mode for narrow-band direct-printing.
Press [CH], [4], [0], [1], [2], [ENT], and a combination of TX frequency of 4178.0 kHz and
RX frequency of 4215.5 kHz is selected with the display as below. To select only RX or TX
frequency, hit [RX] or [TX] to begin.
Rx freq
Rx band
Tx freq
ITU Rx CH No.
ITU
ITU
Tx Band
ITU Tx CH No.
T
DUP
DUP
TR
TR
0 2 4 6 8 10 RF
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
AGC
AGC
TLX
TLX
When receiving
When transmitting
Identify frequencies by referring to the APPENDIX.
Entering 412 reads 4012 as above. Tx and Rx
frequencies can be read temporarily.
Figure 1-7 Sample display of ITU telex channel
• The [CURS/2] key shifts the cursor to band or channel number.
• To change channel number use the [FREQ/CH] control; it changes the number above the
cursor, a band or channel designator.
• The [ENT] key temporarily displays both Tx and Rx frequencies.
• You can recall an ITU channel by entering 3 or 4 digits. To recall ITU telex channel 4012 by
three digits, for example, select “TLX” then enter 412 (instead of 4012).
• Tx frequency/Rx frequency or Tx CH/Rx CH indication can be selected through the system
settings. Ask your dealer.
1-9
1.9 Displaying Station Name
User channels 0-01 to 0-65 can be registered with a name, and it or the Rx frequency can be
displayed on the second line of the display. This function is available when a system setting is
set to display both channel and frequency. See page 3-3 for how to register station name.
1. Press [ENT] and [CURS/2] keys together. Each time those keys are pressed together, Rx
frequency or station name is displayed on the second line of the display.
2. When station name is displayed, you may press the [ENT] key to display Tx and Rx frequency temporarily.
CH No. (Example)
Station
RX freq
DUP
DUP
R
Press ENT + CURS
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
AGC
R
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
AGC
TLX
TLX
Note: If no station name is registered,
Rx frequency is soon displayed.
Figure 1-8 How to display Rx frequency and station name alternately
1.10 Transmitting
After selecting class of emission and frequency, you can transmit by pressing the PTT (pressto-talk) switch on the microphone (handset). (“T” appears when the PTT switch is pressed.
Output power can be evaluated on the operation display. Do not transmit any signal other than
emergency during the silence period, 00 to 03 min, and 30 to 33 min of every hour.
Tuning the antenna
Maximum transmission power is achieved only when the antenna impedance and transmitter
impedance match each other. Because the antenna impedance changes with frequency a means
must be provided to match (tune) the antenna impedance with the transmitter impedance. This
is done with the antenna coupler. The antenna coupler automatically tunes the transmitter to a
wide range of different antenna length (6 – 15 m). To initiate the automatic tuning, do the
following:
1. Press the PTT switch on the microphone (handset), or the [TUNE/7] key.
2. “TUNE” appears on the display.
3. Tuning will be completed within 2 to 15 seconds for a newly selected frequency, or less than
0.5 seconds for a once tuned frequency. (A built-in memory remembers coil and capacitor
settings.)
4. When the tuning process is successfully completed “OK” appears.
1-10
Using the microphone
Hold the microphone close to your mouth, press the PTT switch and speak clearly.
Monitoring transceiver output power
The meter shows TX filter output level.
0 2 4 6 8 10 RF
J3E
Figure 1-9 Meter
Reducing transmitter power
To conserve energy and to minimize possible interference to other stations, reduce the transmission power. This should be done when using the transceiver in a harbor, near the shore or close to
communication partner (other ship). Each pressing of the [H/L /8] key selects high or low
output power. “LOW” appears on the display when low output power is selected. The output
power on 2182 kHz (distress and calling) is the rated maximum regardless of the position of the
[H/L /8] key.
1.11 Distress Call on 2182 kHz
The frequency 2182 kHz is an International radiotelephony distress, urgency and safety frequency for ship stations, public and private coast stations, and survival craft stations. It is also
used for call and reply by ship stations on a primary basis and by public coast stations on a
secondary basis.
Distress or emergency call is generally initiated by a radiotelephone alarm signal on 2182 kHz.
Watch keeping receivers on other parties will hear your call.
1. Press the [2182] key. 2182 kHz and the class of emission H3E is automatically selected (J3E
may be selected depending on system setting).
When the [2182] key is pressed, the following parameters are set automatically:
AGC:
Output power:
Loudspeaker:
Squelch:
ON
Maximum
ON
OFF
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2. While pressing and holding down the [ALM] key, press
the [ENT] key. The alarm signal, modulated at 1300 Hz
and 2200 Hz tones alternately, is emitted at full power
for 45 sec.
The alarm can be monitored from the loudspeaker. The
alarm may be canceled at any time by pressing the [ENT]
key for immediate speech transmission.
3. Distress calls and Distress message
(1) Speak slowly and distinctly, “MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, pronounced as the French expression “m’aider”.
(2) This is;
(3) The name of your vessel and call sign three times.
Then, continue with the distress message, which consists of:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
AGC
STATION
MODE
1
CURS
2
CLARI
3
TX
4
SQL
5
SCAN
6
RX
TUNE
7
H/L
8
9
2182
INT
0
CH
START
ALM
TEST
ENT
STOP
PRESS BOTH to emit
2-two tone alarm signal.
Figure 1-10 Keyboard
The distress signal MAYDAY;
The name of the mobile station in distress;
Particulars of its position (in latitude and longitude)
The nature of the distress;
The kind of assistance desired;
Any other information which might facilitate rescue, for length, color, and type of
vessels, number of persons on board.
4. Indicate the end of message by saying “Over.”
5. When you receive no answer to a distress message, repeat at intervals over again the radiotelephone alarm signal, the distress call and the distress message.
Distress frequencies
All distress frequencies including 2182 kHz are shown below:
Telephony SSB (kHz, Carrier)
DSC (kHz, Center)
Telex (kHz, Center)
2 182
2 187.5
2 174.5
4 125 <ITU 421>
4 207.5
4 177.5
6 215 <ITU 606>
6 312
6 268
8 291 <ITU 833>
8 414.5
8 376.5
12 290 <ITU 1221>
12 577
12 520
16 420 <ITU 1621>
16 804.5
16 695
For other Telex frequencies, refer to APPENDIX.
1-12
1.12 Receiving
You can select a receiving frequency by one of the following methods:
- Direct frequency entry, or
- Channel number entry
Adjusting RF gain
In normal use the [RF GAIN] control should be set for maximum. If the audio on the received
channel is unclear or interfered with other signals, adjust (usually reduce) the control to improve clarity.
Clarifier adjustment
If reception is unclear, try to clarify the signal as follows. For manual entry of frequency, simply turn the [FREQ/CH] control for fine tuning.
1. Press the [CLARI/3] key. (If a frequency is selected by CH No., the cursor which was
located at the channel number, moves under the 10 Hz place and “CLAR” appears on the
display.)
2. Turn the [FREQ/CH] control to fine tune the receiver on the wanted frequency.
3. To terminate this operation, press the [CLARI/3] key again. The cursor returns to the channel number.
S-meter
During reception, the meter works as a Sensitivity Meter indicating the relative signal strength
coming into the receiver front end. While in transmission, it indicates output level at the transceiver.
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
Figure 1-11 S-meter
Note: S-meter will not work with AGC off.
Monitoring traffic on intended transmit frequency
When a semi-duplex (two-frequency simplex) channel is selected, it is recommended to monitor it if there is no existing traffic on the frequency you are going to use. To do this, press the
[RX] key followed by the [ENT] key. The transceiver unit monitors traffic on the selected
frequency for three sec. If you want to monitor continuously, press the [TX] key followed by
the [ENT] key.
1-13
Receiving AM broadcasting stations
1. Press the [MODE/1] key repeatedly to select H3E.
2. To tune in a 15,260 kHz shortwave station, for instance, press as below:
[RX], [1], [5], [2], [6], [0], [0], [ENT]. Be sure to enter the last zero.
Squelch control
Squelch is used to mute the receiver audio output when the receiver input is less than a preset
value or dominant noise is higher than a preset (1000 Hz) frequency. To switch the squelch
function ON, press the [SQL/5] key. Make sure the label “SQ” appears on the display. To pick
up a weak signal at high audio frequencies, you should remove the squelch function notwithstanding a possible increase of background noise. To do this, press the [SQL/5] key again.
Make sure the label “SQ” goes off.
Noise blanker (NB)
The noise blanker clips inputs of noise resulting from an engine ignition or motor brush sparks.
It can be enabled or disabled through the system settings.
1-14
1.13 Frequency Scan
Channel scan
Scan is the function where the receiver watches 10/group user or ITU channels in succession at
predetermined intervals. The scan-stop signal level and scan-stop time can be changed on system codes 9951 and 9952, respectively. AGC is automatically turned on when scanning is activated.
1. Recall user or ITU channel.
User channels
User channels are divided into 20 groups in the scan mode as below.
Scan Group
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
User Channel No.
0-01 to 0-09
0-10 to 0-19
0-20 to 0-29
0-30 to 0-39
0-40 to 0-49
0-50 to 0-59
0-60 to 0-69
0-70 to 0-79
0-80 to 0-89
0-90 to 0-99
1-00 to 1-09
1-10 to 1-19
1-20 to 1-29
1-30 to 1-39
1-40 to 1-49
1-50 to 1-59
1-60 to 1-69
1-70 to 1-79
1-80 to 1-89
1-90 to 1-99
Figure 1-12 Scan groups
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ITU channels
To select the scan group (band or channel, including user channels), shift the cursor to either the
position of the band or channel number by pressing the [CURS/2] key. (Band scan is useful to
watch frequencies on the same channel in different bands.)
2. Press the [SCAN/6] key, and “SCAN” appears. The receiver starts scanning, stopping at a
channel where the signal is stronger than the scan-stop level. The receiver will restart scanning when the traffic goes out of that channel or designated time elapses, depending on
system setting 9952.
For example, the scan group is “channel” and scan starts at ITU 1203, as shown in Figure 112.
DUP
ITU
TR
0 2 4 6 8 10 S
AGC NB SWEEP SCAN
J3E
Figure 1-12 Sample “scan” screen
3. To stop scanning, press the [SCAN/6] key. “SCAN” disappears from the operation display.
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1.14 Frequency Sweep
Sweep is the function where the receiver searches for a signal within a selected frequency
coverage. AGC is automatically turned on in frequency sweep.
The defaults of respective parameters are as follows:
Sweep stop signal level:
Sweep stop time:
Sweep width:
Step frequency:
3
2 sec
100 kHz
1 kHz
These can be adjusted on system codes 9951 through 9954.
Note: Sweep width is the frequency width to sweep on both sides of the selected frequency.
Sweep step is the frequency interval at which the receiver sweeps the sweep width.
Procedure
1. Select the sweep center by key operation.
2. Press the [SCAN/6] key. “SWEEP” appears and the receiver starts sweeping. To stop sweeping, press the [SCAN/6] key.
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1.15 MIF Commands
The FS-1503 can be remotely controlled by the FURUNO external device, for example, NBDP
Terminal, DSC Terminal, Remote Station, with MIF commands. The table below shows the
applicable MIF commands.
Table 1-1 MIF commands applicable to the FS-1503
Command
DRS
DRR
FZS
FZR
EMx
FTxxxxxxx
FRxxxxxxx
STxxxx
CHxxxx
R Cxxxx
C HIxxxxx
RCIxxxxx
A GS
AGR
RFxx
SQS
SQR
SCS
SCR
POx
TU
I CxS
ICxR
CAID
CAEM
CAFT
CAFR
CACH
CARC
CAAG
CARF
CASL
CASQ
CAPO
Operation
Locks keyboard. This command has priority over 1503's 2182 kHz.
Unlocks keyboard.
Locks keyboard. FS-1503's 2182 kHz setting has priority.
Unlocks keyboard.
Class of emission. x=Single digit denoting class of emission (0: LSB, 1: J3E,
2: H3E, 5: TLX, 6: FAX).
Tx frequency. x=7-digit frequency from 10 MHz to 10 Hz.
Rx frequency. x=7-digit frequency from 10 MHz to 10 Hz.
Registers set class of emission and Rx/Tx frequency as user channel.
x=4-digit user channel.
Sets user channel. x=4-digit band and channel.
Same as above.
Sets ITU channel x=5-digit band and channel number composed of 2-digit band
and 3-digit channel.
Same as above.
Activates AGC.
Deactivates AGC.
Sets RF GAIN. x=FF: RF GAIN MAX., 00: RF GAIN MIN.
Activates squelch.
Deactivates squelch.
Starts scanning.
Stops scanning.
Sets output power. x=0, 1, 2: LOW, 3: HIGH
Tunes antenna coupler. *: tuning successful, ?: tuning error.
Calls on intercom. x=Calling number.
Stops call on intercom. x=Calling number.
Confirms equipment name. #IDFS1503 is returned.
Confirms class of emission. #EM is returned.
Confirms Tx frequency. #FTxxxxxxx is returned.
Confirms Rx frequency. #FRxxxxxxx is returned.
Confirms channel. #CHxxxx, #CHIxxxxx is returned.
Confirms channel. #RCxxxx, #RCIxxxxx is returned.
Confirms AGC state. #AGS: ON, #AGR: OFF
Confirms RF GAIN state. #RFxx (xx = 00-FF) is returned.
Confirms signal level. #SLxx (xx = 00-FF) is returned.
Confirms squelch state. #SQS: ON, #SQR: OFF
Confirms Tx output power. #POx is returned.
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2. OPERATION OF OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
2.1 Telex Communication
Telex communication is performed with a Narrow-band direct-printing (NBDP) Terminal connected with an SSB transceiver. The recommended terminal for the FS-1503 is the FURUNO
DP-5/DP-6. Other makes can also be connected with the FS-1503, provided they comply with
the interfacing requirements. Telex operation requires the REMOTE-A Board (option). Note
that an Rx narrow filter (option) is also available.
FURUNO NBDP Terminal DP-5/DP-6
No special operation is required; class of emission and frequencies are automatically set on the
DP-5/DP-6.
Other makes of NBDP Terminal:
1. Select “TLX” with the [MODE/1] key.
2. Select a desired frequency.
3. Tune the antenna coupler by pressing the [TUNE/7] key.
Distress frequencies for telephony and telegraphy are as below. For other traffic frequencies, refer to APPENDIX.
Telephony SSB
(kHz, Carrier)
2182
4125
6215
8291
DSC
(kHz, Center)
2187.5
4207.5
6312.0
8414.5
Telex
(kHz, Center)
2174.5
4177.5
6268.0
8376.5
12290
12577.0
12520.0
16420
16804.5
16695.0
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2.2 Remote Station RB-500 (requires optional Remote-B
Board)
Priority
The Remote Station RB-500 usually has higher priority than the FS-1503. This means that operation of the FS-1503 is disabled when the handset of the RB-500 is picked up. The indication
“REM” appears on the FS-1503 display when the remote station is in operation and the PTT
switch on the microphone of the FS-1503 is inoperative.
Communication on 2182 kHz
When 2182 kHz is selected on the FS-1503, the FS-1503 takes priority.
2.3 Intercom
The intercom provides communications between the FS-1503 and the RB-500 Remote Station
(option). They must be wire-connected. When intercom mode is in use, there is no radio transmission.
Calling RB-500
1. Press the [INT/0] key. “COM” appears on the FS-1503 display panel.
2. Press [1]*, [ENT] keys. Calling beeps sound at the FS-1503. The buzzer stops when the
handset of the RB-500 is picked up. * Designated number of the RB-500 if more than one is
installed.
3. Press the PTT switch to talk. Release the switch to listen.
Call from RB-500
When the FS-1503 is called from the RB-500, the FS-1503 releases a buzzer. Press the [INT/0]
key to silence the buzzer. Press the PTT switch to talk. Release the switch to listen. Note that the
loudspeaker on the FS-1503 is automatically turned on when a call from the RB-500 is received, regardless of setting.
Terminating the intercom
Press the [INT/0] key to terminate the intercom function. “COM” disappears.
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3. CHANGING SYSTEM SETTINGS
3.1 System Setup
1. While pressing and holding down the [CH] key, turn on the power. Release the [CH] key
when “MEMO” appears on the display.
System code
Setting value
MEMO
Figure 3-1 System setting selection screen
2. Turn the [FREQ/CH] control to select a desired code number.
3. Press the [CH] key, enter desired setting by a numeric key, then press the [ENT] key.
4. To change setting for another code, repeat steps 2 and 3.
5. Reset the power.
3.2 Customizing by User
The operator can customize several system settings. The table below shows the system codes
and their function, setting range and factory setting.
Note: FURUNO Electric Company will assume no responsibility for the inconvenience or
disturbance to communications due to inadequate or unlawful presetting of this equipment.
Code
Function, Setting
9942
Key beep ON/OFF
A beep sounds when a keying sequence is correctly executed. You may turn
the beep on or off.
Factory setting: ON
9943
Noise blanker ON/OFF
The noise blanker cancels unwanted noise.
Factory setting: ON
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9951
Scan/sweep-stop signal level
When the receiver detects a signal whose level is stronger than the preset
level it stops scanning and receives the signal. The setting on system code
9955 is available only when “0” (SQ working condition) is selected here.
Setting range: 0 (Squelch working condition is effective as set on code
9955), 1-10 (S-meter level); Factory setting: 3
9952
Scan/sweep-stop time
When a signal is detected, the receiver stops scanning/sweeping and dwells
on this channel frequency. When “0” (RX) is selected, the receiver keeps
receiving until the traffic goes out of this channel frequency. Define the
dwell time between 1 and 99 sec.
Setting range: 0 (RX), 1-99 sec; Factory setting: 2
9953
Sweep width setting range: 0.01-30000.00 kHz; Factory setting: 100.0
9954
Sweep step frequency
Setting range: 0.01-30000.00 kHz; Factory setting: 1.00
9955
Squelch activation
“Squelch activation” is the method by which the squelch is activated.
Setting range: 0, 1, 2, 3; Factory setting: 3
0: Voice
The squelch is opened by signal frequency less than 1000 Hz (factory setting). This frequency can be changed between 500 – 2000 Hz on system
code 9958. The loudspeaker reproduces a sound when the signal is lower
than the preset frequency.
Squelch OPEN:
Audio signal is detected and a sound is reproduced through the loudspeaker.
Squelch CLOSED:
No input signal but only noise is coming into the receiver. The receiver is
muted.
1: Level
The squelch is activated depending on “signal strength”. The factory setting
is “5”. You can change the level between 0 - 10 on system code 9956.
2: And
The squelch opens when both “voice” and “signal strength” meet the setting.
3: Or
The squelch opens by either “voice” or “signal strength”, whichever meets
the setting.
9956
Squelch level. Setting range: 0-10; Factory setting: 5
3-2
9957
Squelch delay - a delay until the squelch mutes (closes) the receiver after
the signal has gone.
(Ex) 9957: 1000 ms
Squelch closes 1000 ms after the signal has gone.
Setting range: 500-4000 ms; Factory setting: 1000 ms
9958
Squelch activating frequency
Setting range: 500-2000 Hz; Factory setting: 1000 Hz
3.3 Writing User Channels
The user channels may write user Tx channels. (Rx channels may also be written where permitted.)
1. Turn on the power while pressing the [CH] key. Release the key when MEMO appears.
2. Rotate the [FREQ/CH] control clockwise to display desired channel no. “R” appears (Rx
frequency writing mode).
4. Press the [MODE/1] key to select class of emission.
5. Press the [CH] key. Key in Rx frequency with the numeric keys (0-9) and press the [ENT]
key. If you are only writing Rx frequency go to step 8.
6. Rotate the [FREQ/CH] control clockwise. “T” appears (Tx frequency writing mode).
7. Enter Tx frequency like you entered Rx frequency.
8. Rotate the [FREQ/CH] control clockwise. If no station name have been written you will see
seven dashes. If station name cannot be entered for a particular station, the next channel
number appears.
9. Press the [CH] key to enter station name or write over existing name. The cursor appears. A
station name may consist of seven characters, hyphens, alphabet, numerics and spaces are
available.
10. Operate the [FREQ/CH] control to display character desired and press the [ENT] key. To
enter a space or shift the cursor press the [ENT] key. To erase station name, press [CH], [0]
and [ENT]. When seven characters are entered, the cursor disappears.
11. Turn off the power to register channels.
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4. MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Improper handling can result in electrical
shock. Only qualified personnel should
work inside the equipment.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
4.1 Weekly Checks
Check the radiotelephone at appropriate intervals as required by Administration.
Aural testing
1. Press the [ALM] key to generate the alarm. Confirm that the two-tone alarm is released for
more than 30 seconds. You will hear the audio from the loudspeaker. This process helps to
verify that the radiotelephone alarm generator is in the working condition without transmitting an actual radio signal.
2. To terminate test, press the [ALM] key again or [ENT] (STOP) key.
Testing the transmitter with a dummy antenna
This requires the optional dummy load (in the antenna coupler).
1. While pressing and holding down the [ALM] key, press the [INT/0] key. The dummy antenna in the antenna coupler is connected to the FS-1503 instead of the antenna. “DUMMY”
appears and the test signal at test frequency (for example, 2191 kHz), modulated by two
tones (1300 Hz and 2200 Hz), is generated across the dummy load for 45 seconds.
2. To stop the emission, press the [ALM] key. The dummy load is disconnected and the transceiver restores the previous frequency setting.
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4.2 Diagnostic Test
This test checks the transceiver for proper operation. It should be conducted regularly to ensure
proper operation. If a DSC or NBDP terminal is connected, the test should be conducted together with them. Before starting the test, set the RF GAIN control to maximum (fully clockwise).
1. While pressing and holding down the [TX] key, turn on the power. All LCD segments appear.
2. Release the [TX] key. The FS-1503 starts diagnostics and the following indications appear:
Receiver section tested successfully.
R
Transmitter Exciter stage is tested successfully.
T
Transmitter Power Amplifier stage and Antenna
Coupler are tested successfully.Test available
with dummy load and by setting system setting 9917 to 1.
T
Figure 4-1 Sequence of diagnostic test
If a fault is detected, “no Good” appears instead of “Good” and the associated indication
blinks after completion of this test.
3. Turn off the transceiver on completion of tests. Turn it on again for normal operation.
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4.3 LCD/Keyboard Test & ROM Version No. Confirmation
1. While pressing and holding down the [ENT] key, turn on the power. All LCD segments
appear.
2. Release the [ENT] key.
3. Press keys one by one. Check if the indication on the operation display is correct as shown
below:
Table 4-1 Key and corresponding indication
Key
MODE/1
CURS/2
CLARI/3
TX
/4
SQL/5
SCAN/6
RX
TUNE/7
H/L /8
/9
CH
2182
INT/0
ALM
ENT
Indication
Key
Indication
Key
Indication
Key
Indication
Example: The [CURS/2] key is pressed. The following appears. In a few seconds, 7 characters x 2 lines readout changes to all .
PRIVUSA
WXITU T
Program No.
(Last two digits
are version no.)
DUP CLAR
A
SIMP BTR
0 2 4 6 8 10 SRF
0 1 2 3 4 5 ANT LOW
TUNE OK SQ
ATT PRE AGC NB SWEEP SCAN
MEMO REM COM DW DUMMY TONE
LSB J3E R3E CW H3E TLX FAX
Figure 4-2 LCD segments
3. Turn off the transceiver on completion of tests. Turn it on again for normal operation.
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4.4 Maintenance
This radiotelephone equipment is designed and manufactured to provide years of intended performance. For this, a regular maintenance program should be established and should at least
include the items listed in the table below:
Table 4-2 Maintenance
Item
Check Point
Remedy/Remarks
Whip antenna
Check for physical damage, corrosion
and water leakage.
Replace damaged parts.
Wire antenna
Check that antenna is properly spanned
and separated sufficiently apart from
metallic structures.
If necessary, re-span the
antenna.
Insulators for
antenna
installation
Check for salt water accumulation on
insulators.
Antenna
coupler
Check contact at
* Antenna terminal
* Ground connection
* Coaxial cable
* Control cable(terminal board)
Tighten loosened connections.
Check that coupler lid and cable glands
are firmly secured.
Fasten lid firmly and evenly to
prevent water leakage.
Check for physical damage, corrosion
and salt water deposits.
Replace if damaged.
Check contact at
* Antenna cable
* Ground connection
* Power cable
* Control cable
Tighten loosened connections;
remove foreign material from
connectors.
Confirm that there are no objects on the
top of the cabinet.
Remove objects to prevent
overheating.
Transceiver
Power supply
Replace damaged insulators.
Remove salt water deposits.
Clean with fresh water, then
Check that connection at lead-in insulator dry.
Remove rust, then tighten bolts
is tight and rust-free.
and lock nuts. Cover metallic
surface with sealing compound.
Check that supply voltage at transmission If not within the range, call for
is within the rated range. (10.8-15.6 VDC service. Low voltage may cause
erratic operation.
at the power connector)
(Continued on next page)
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Table 4-2 Maintenance (con’t)
Item
Check Point
Remedy/Remarks
Power cable
Check for loosened or corroded connection
at power terminals.
Clean and tighten.
Battery
Check that the battery is fully charged.
If discharged, charge.
Feeder (coax
cable, control
cable)
Check for physical damage.
Replace if damaged.
PCB
connection
Check that jumper cables between boards
are firmly connected.
Reconnect loosened
connections of jumper
cables.
Microphone
Check that jumper cables between boards
are firmly connected.
Fasten if loosened.
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5. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
Do not open the equipment.
Improper handling can result in electrical
shock. Only qualified personnel should
work inside the equipment.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can
result.
5.1 Troubleshooting List
The troubleshooting list below gives common symptoms of equipment malfunction and means
to restore normal operation. If you cannot restore normal operation, please do not check inside
any unit. Any repair is best left to a qualified radiotelephone technician. Improper handling or
adjustment may cause more serious damage.
Table 5-1 Troubleshooting list
Trouble
Power cannot be turned
o n.
Probable Cause
Remedy
The mains switchboard may be Turn on the mains switch.
off.
DC overvoltage input.
Check supply voltage. It should
be less than 15 V.
The battery may have
discharged, or poor contact at
terminals.
Recharge battery and tighten
terminal connections.
Frequency readout appears The [ /9] key may be off.
b ut no l amp s l i g h t .
Operate the [ /9] key.
Power is on but no sound
from loudspeaker.
Press the [
The [
/4] key is off.
/4] key.
Volume may be too low.
Adjust the [VOLUME] control.
Squelch is on.
Press the [SQL/5] key if "SQ"
appears on the display.
Reduced RF Gain.
Turn the [RF GAIN] control
clockwise.
(Continued on next page)
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Table 5-1 Troubleshooting list (con’t)
Trouble
Poor articulation
Probable Cause
Wrong class of emission may
be in use. (For example,
receiving signal in H3E mode.
H3E should be used only on
2182 kHz.)
Receiver detuned.
Remedy
Select class of emission same
as that of incoming signal.
In Custom or ITU channel
mode, press the [CLARI/3]
key then fine tune frequency
by the FREQ/CH control.
Output power is reduced
Power is automatically reduced
to low ("LOW" indication to protect against overheating
blinks)
due to continuous transmission.
Wait until the unit returns to
normal condition. Check if fan
is working properly.
Key input is not accepted. FS-1503 is under control of
external equipment.
"REM" appears when
controlled by external
equipment. Suspend operation
of external operation.
Antenna coupler can’t
tu n e an te n n a .
Antenna may be disconnected
or shorted to ground.
Check antenna connection.
Antenna is out of tunable
length.
Recommended length is 6 to
15 meters.
Poor grounding of the coupler.
Check coupler ground.
Connection cable loosened or
disconnected.
Check cable.
Ca n n o t t u n e i n a
broadcast station.
Missing last numeral at the digit To tune in 9640 kHz for
of 1 when trying to tune in the instance, press [RX], [9], [6],
station.
[4], [0], [0], [ENT]. Do not
miss the last [0]; otherwise
you will set 964.0 kHz.
Wrong setting of MODE
Select H3E.
The station is off air.
Select another frequency.
Frequency is less than
1.6 MHz, however ANT FIL is
set to 1.6 to 38 MHz.
Set ANT FIL to 0.1 to 30
MHz(Set in PA/FIL).
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5.2 Errow Indication
When the FS-1503 detects a fault in the synthesizer unit (frequency unlocked),the frequency or
channel number blinks.
5.3 Replacing Fuses
To protect the unit from overcurrent and equipment fault,two 30 A are provided in snap-in
holders on the power cable. If a fuse blows,find out the cause before replacing it. If it blows
again after replacement,request service.
WARNING
Use the proper fuse.
Fuse rating is shown on the equipment.
Use of a wrong fuse can cause equipment
damage and void the warranty.
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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Communication System
Simplex, semi-duplex
Frequency Range
1.6 to 27.5 MHz (transmit),
0.1 to 29.9 MHz (receive)
Frequency Resolution
Transmit: 100 Hz
Class of Emission
J3E SSB, suppressed carrier, signal channel containing analogue information
H3E SSB, full carrier, signal channel containing analogue infor
mation, telephony; when 2182 kHz is first selected, H3E is
set.
J2B for DSC, NBDP; SSB, suppressed carrier, signal channel
containing quantized or digital information with the use of
a modulating sub-carrier, telegraphy for automatic reception
F3C weather facsimile, reception only
Frequency Error
±10 Hz (Both Transmitter and Receiver)
Number of Channels
Custom channels: 199 max. Programmed by FURUNO authorized service representatives (user may program Rx channels).
ITU SSB/TELEX Channels as listed in the APPENDIX.
Receive: 10 Hz
2182 kHz (single action)
Environmental
Transceiver unit: -20°C to +55°C
Antenna coupler: -30°C to +70°C
Relative humidity 93% at 40°C
Power Supply
13.6 VDC (+15%, -15%)
Receive: 1.5 A
Transmit (max.): 30 A
Radiotelephone Alarm Signal Generator
Two tones of 2200 Hz and 1300 Hz transmitted alternately.
TRANSMITTER
Output Impedance
50 ohms
Output Power
J3E/H3E: 1.6 to 23 MHz, 150 W pep, 23 to 27.5 MHz, 75 W pep
J2B: 1.6 to 23 MHz, 100 W; 23 to 27.5 MHz, 50 W pep
Tune
10 W approx.
Power Reduction
60 W approx.
Controls
Output HI/LOW, test (option)/send of two-tone alarm generator
SP-1
ANTENNA COUPLER
Power Capability
150 W pep
Tuning System
CPU controlled fully automatic tuning system
Frequency Range
1.6 to 27.5 MHz
Input Impedance
50 ohms (viewed from transceiver)
Antenna Required
6 to 15 meters wire or whip
Tuning Power
10 to 20 W pep
VSWR
Less than 1.5
Tuning Time
Within 2 to 15 seconds, Within 0.5 seconds for an ever tuned
frequency
Dummy Load (option)
10 ohms + 250 pF for check of Two-tone alarm generator at
2191 kHz (frequency changeable)
Power Requirement
12.0 VDC, 0.6 A (supplied from transceiver)
Construction
Waterproof plastic cabinet, stainless steel mount
RECEIVER
Receiving System
Double-conversion superheterodyne
IF: 54.455 MHz and 455 kHz.
Sensitivity
Input level to produce SINAD 20 dB
J3E
J2B
1.6 - 4 MHz
4-27.5 MHz
Below +16 dBµV
Below +3 dBµV
Below +6 dBµV across 10 Ω + 250 pF
Below -7 dBµV across 50 Ω
Pass Band
350 - 2700 Hz
-6 dB
Cross Modulation
Unwanted signal +90 dBµV ±20 kHz from +60 dBµV wanted
signal
Audio Output
1 W (8 Ω internal loudspeaker), 3.5 W (4Ω optional external
loudspeaker)
0 dBm/600Ω line output (for NBDP, DSC, RB-500)
Other Features
RF Gain:
Squelch:
Dimmer:
Loudspeaker:
AGC:
Noise blanker:
Adjustable
ON/OFF, Activated by voice/signal strength
OFF/Low/Medium/High
ON/OFF (Handset always alive)
ON/OFF
ON/OFF (thru system setting)
SP-2
APPENDIX
CUSTOM CHANNELS/FREQUENCIES
Where permitted user may program both Tx and Rx frequencies or Rx frequencies;
Tx frequencies to be programmed by FURUNO dealer.
CH NO
Ship Receive (kHz)
Ship Transmit (kHz)
A-1
Remarks (Station name)
MF band working carrier frequencies - ref. US CFR 47 Part 80.371
Region
East Coast
West Coast
Ship Receive
(kHz)
2490.0
2514.0
2522.0
2538.0
2558.0
2590.0
2450.0
2482.0
2566.0
2400.0
2506.0
2450.0
2442.0
2566.0
2566.0
2522.0
2598.0
2466.0
2482.0
Ship Transmit
(kHz)
2031.5
2118.0
2126.0
2142.0
2166.0
2198.0
2366.0
2382.0
2390.0
2400.0
2406.0
2003.0
2009.0
2009.0
2031.5
2126.0
2206.0
2382.0
2430.0
Region
Gulf Coast
Great Lakes
Alaska
Hawaii
Caribbean
Guam
2
Ship Receive
(kHz)
2466.0
2530.0
2538.0
2550.0
2558.0
2598.0
2450.0
2482.0
2572.0
2506.0
2514.0
2550.0
2582.0
2309.0
2312.0
2400.0
2530.0
2506.0
2585.0
2530.0
2506.0
Ship Transmit
(kHz)
2009.0
2134.0
2142.0
2158.0 1
2166.0
2206.0
2366.0
2382.0
2430.0
2458.0
2118.0
2158.0
2206.0
2131.0
2134.0
2240.0
2134.0
2009.0
2086.0 3
2134.0
2009.0
Above is not factory programmed, should be programmed by Furuno representatives.
1 Unlimited use December 15 to April 1
2 2206 kHz for distress only.
3 Limited to pep of 150 W.
NOTE: 1 to 3 indicate the outline only. Refer to the relative documentation for full detail. For other coast stations,
consult with your dealers.
A-2
MF band SSB working carrier frequencies
CH NO
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
Ship Receive
(kHz)
1635
1638
1641
1644
1647
1650
1653
1656
1659
1662
1665
1668
1671
1674
1677
1680
1683
1686
1689
1692
1695
1698
1701
1704
1707
1710
1713
1716
1719
1722
Ship Transmit
(kHz)
2060
2063
2066
2069
2072
2075
2078
2081
2084
2087
2090
2093
2096
2099
2102
2105
2108
2111
2114
2117
2120
2123
2126
2129
2132
2135
2138
2060
2063
2066
CH NO
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
Ship Receive
(kHz)
1725
1728
1731
1734
1737
1740
1743
1746
1749
1752
1755
1758
1761
1764
1767
1770
1773
1776
1779
1782
1785
1788
1791
1794
1797
Ship Transmit
(kHz)
2069
2072
2075
2078
2081
2084
2087
2090
2093
2096
2099
2102
2105
2108
2111
2114
2117
2120
2123
2126
2129
2132
2135
2138
2060
Change of system setting required to use above channels. Ask a FURUNO dealer. Above is factory programmed. A
channel can be recalled by hitting the keys [CH], [2], [4], [1], [ENT] for channel 241 as an example. The channel
number and Rx frequencies appear on the display. The channel number is displayed in 4 digits, such as 2041. (Additional zero is inserted automatically.) The Tx frequency and Rx frequency are checked by pressing the [ENT] key.
A-3
4/6 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR APPENDIX 16)
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
ITU CH NO
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432 (01)
433 (02)
434 (03)
435 (04)
436 (05)
437 (06)
438 (07)
439 (08)
440 (09)
441 (10)
442 (11)
443 (12)
444 (13)
445 (14)
446 (15)
447 (16)
448 (17)
449 (18)
450 (19)
451 (20)
452 (21)
4 MHz SSB (J3E)
Ship RX
4357
4360
4363
4366
4369
4372
4375
4378
4381
4384
4387
4390
4393
4396
4399
4402
4405
4408
4411
4414
4417
4420
4423
4426
4429
4432
4435
4351
4354
4146
4149
4000
4003
4006
4009
4012
4015
4018
4021
4024
4027
4030
4033
4036
4039
4042
4045
4048
4051
4054
4057
4060
Ship TX
4065
4068
4071
4074
4077
4080
4083
4086
4089
4092
4095
4098
4101
4104
4107
4110
4113
4116
4119
4122
4125
4128
4131
4134
4137
4140
4143
4351
4354
4146
4149
4000
4003
4006
4009
4012
4015
4018
4021
4024
4027
4030
4033
4036
4039
4042
4045
4048
4051
4054
4057
4060
ITU CH NO
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
6 MHz SSB (J3E)
Ship RX
6501
6504
6507
6510
6513
6516
6519
6522
6224
6227
6230
Ship TX
6200
6203
6206
6209
6212
6215
6218
6221
6224
6227
6230
A channel can be recalled by hitting the
keys [CH], [4], [0], [1], [ENT] for CH
401 as an example.
Channel number and Rx frequency appear on the
display. The CH NO is displayed in 4 digits such as
4001. To see Tx frequency and Rx frequency, press
[ENT].
CH NOs in ( ) are ITU NOs (RR Section C-1). Use 3digit FURUNO's designators for selections.
A-4
8 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR APPENDIX 16)
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
ITU CH NO
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
8 MHz SSB (J3E)
Ship RX
8719
8722
8725
8728
8731
8734
8737
8740
8743
8746
8749
8752
8755
8758
8761
8764
8767
8770
8773
8776
8779
8782
8785
8788
8791
8794
8797
8800
8803
8806
8809
8812
8291
8707
8710
8713
8716
8294
8297
Ship TX
8195
8198
8201
8204
8207
8210
8213
8216
8219
8222
8225
8228
8231
8234
8237
8240
8243
8246
8249
8252
8255
8258
8261
8264
8267
8270
8273
8276
8279
8282
8285
8288
8291
8707
8710
8713
8716
8294
8297
(ITU CH NO)
840 (01)
841 (02)
842 (03)
843 (04)
844 (05)
845 (06)
846 (07)
847 (08)
848 (09)
849 (10)
850 (11)
851 (12)
852 (13)
853 (14)
854 (15)
855 (16)
856 (17)
857 (18)
858 (19)
859 (20)
860 (21)
8 MHz SSB (J3E)
Ship RX
8101
8104
8107
8110
8113
8116
8119
8122
8125
8128
8131
8134
8137
8140
8143
8146
8149
8152
8155
8158
8161
Ship TX
8101
8104
8107
8110
8113
8116
8119
8122
8125
8128
8131
8134
8137
8140
8143
8146
8149
8152
8155
8158
8161
CH NOs in ( ) are ITU NOs (RR Section C-1).
Use 3-digit Furuno’s designators for
selection in this radiotelephone.
A channel can be recalled by hitting the keys [CH], [8], [0], [1], [ENT] for channel 801 as an example. CH NO and Rx
frequency appear on the display. The channel number is displayed in 4 digits, such as 8001. (Additional zero is
inserted automatically.) The Tx frequency and Rx frequency are checked by pressing the [ENT] key.
A-5
12/16 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR APPENDIX 16)
12 MHz SSB (J3E)
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
1201
13077
12230
1202
13080
12233
1203
13083
12236
1204
13086
12239
1205
13089
12242
1206
13092
12245
1207
13095
12248
1208
13098
12251
1209
13101
12254
1210
13104
12257
1211
13107
12260
1212
13110
12263
1213
13113
12266
1214
13116
12269
1215
13119
12272
1216
13122
12275
1217
13125
12278
1218
13128
12281
1219
13131
12284
1220
13134
12287
1221
13137
12290
1222
13140
12293
1223
13143
12296
1224
13146
12299
1225
13149
12302
1226
13152
12305
1227
13155
12308
1228
13158
12311
1229
13161
12314
1230
13164
12317
1231
13167
12320
1232
13170
12323
1233
13173
12326
1234
13176
12329
1235
13179
12332
1236
13182
12335
1237
13185
12338
1238
13188
12341
1239
13191
12344
1240
13194
12347
1241
13197
12350
1242
12353
12353
1243
12356
12356
1244
12359
12359
1245
12362
12362
1246
12365
12365
16 MHz SSB (J3E)
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
1601
17242
16360
1602
17245
16363
1603
17248
16366
1604
17251
16369
1605
17254
16372
1606
17257
16375
1607
17260
16378
1608
17263
16381
1609
17266
16384
1610
17269
16387
1611
17272
16390
1612
17275
16393
1613
17278
16396
1614
17281
16399
1615
17284
16402
1616
17287
16405
1617
17290
16408
1618
17293
16411
1619
17296
16414
1620
17299
16417
1621
17302
16420
1622
17305
16423
1623
17308
16426
1624
17311
16429
1625
17314
16432
1626
17317
16435
1627
17320
16438
1628
17323
16441
1629
17326
16444
1630
17329
16447
1631
17332
16450
1632
17335
16453
1633
17338
16456
1634
17341
16459
1635
17344
16462
1636
17347
16465
1637
17350
16468
1638
17353
16471
1639
17356
16474
1640
17359
16477
1641
17362
16480
1642
17365
16483
1643
17368
16486
1644
17371
16489
1645
17374
16492
1646
17377
16495
1647
17380
16498
1648
17383
16501
1649
17386
16504
1650
17389
16507
Above is factory programmed.
A-6
16 MHz SSB (J3E)
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
1651
17392
16510
1652
17395
16513
1653
17398
16516
1654
17401
16519
1655
17404
16522
1656
17407
16525
1657
16528
16528
1658
16531
16531
1659
16534
16534
1660
16537
16537
1661
16540
16540
1662
16543
16543
1663
16546
16546
A channel can be recalled by hitting
the keys [CH], [1], [2], [0], [1], [ENT]
for channel 1201 as an example. CH
NO and Rx frequency appear on the
display. The CH NO is displayed in 5
digits, such as 12001. (Additional zero
is inserted automatically.)
The Tx and Rx frequencies are
checked by pressing the [ENT] key.
18/19, 22, 25/26 MHz ITU SSB carrier frequencies (ITU RR APPENDIX 16)
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
18/19 MHz SSB (J3E)
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
1801
19755
18780
1802
19758
18783
1803
19761
18786
1804
19764
18789
1805
19767
18792
1806
19770
18795
1807
19773
18798
1808
19776
18801
1809
19779
18804
1810
19782
18807
1811
19785
18810
1812
19788
18813
1813
19791
18816
1814
19794
18819
1815
19797
18822
1816
18825
18825
1817
18828
18828
1818
18831
18831
1819
18834
18834
1820
18837
18837
1821
18840
18840
1822
18843
18843
A channel can be recalled by hitting
the keys [CH], [1], [8], [0], [1], [ENT]
for channel 1801 as an example. CH
NO and Rx frequency appear on the
display. The CH NO displayed in 5
digits, such as 18001. (Additional zero
is inserted automatically.)
The Tx and Rx frequencies are
checked by pressing the [ENT] key.
22 MHz SSB (J3E)
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
2201
22696
22000
2202
22699
22003
2203
22702
22006
2204
22705
22009
2205
22708
22012
2206
22711
22015
2207
22714
22018
2208
22717
22021
2209
22720
22024
2210
22723
22027
2211
22726
22030
2212
22729
22033
2213
22732
22036
2214
22735
22039
2215
22738
22042
2216
22741
22045
2217
22744
22048
2218
22747
22051
2219
22750
22054
2220
22753
22057
2221
22756
22060
2222
22759
22063
2223
22762
22066
2224
22765
22069
2225
22768
22072
2226
22771
22075
2227
22774
22078
2228
22777
22081
2229
22780
22084
2230
22783
22087
2231
22786
22090
2232
22789
22093
2233
22792
22096
2234
22795
22099
2235
22798
22102
2236
22801
22105
2237
22804
22108
2238
22807
22111
2239
22810
22114
2240
22813
22117
2241
22816
22120
2242
22819
22123
2243
22822
22126
2244
22825
22129
2245
22828
22132
2246
22831
22135
2247
22834
22138
2248
22837
22141
2249
22840
22144
2250
22843
22147
A-7
22 MHz SSB (J3E)
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
2251
22846
22150
2252
22849
22153
2253
22852
22156
2254
22159
22159
2255
22162
22162
2256
22165
22165
2257
22168
22168
2258
22171
22171
2259
22174
22174
2260
22177
22177
25/26 MHz SSB (J3E)
CH NO
Ship RX
Ship TX
2501
26145
25070
2502
26148
25073
2503
26151
25076
2504
26154
25079
2505
26157
25082
2506
26160
25085
2507
26163
25088
2508
26166
25091
2509
26169
25094
2510
26172
25097
2511
25100
25100
2512
25103
25103
2513
25106
25106
2514
25109
25109
2515
25112
25112
2516
25115
25115
2517
25118
25118
TELEX CHANNELS
MF BAND Telex FREQUENCY TABLE
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
201
202
203
204
205
Ship Receive
(NBDP, DSC)
2142.0
2142.5
2143.0
2143.5
2144.0
Ship Transmit
(NBDP, DSC)
1607.0
1607.5
1608.0
1608.5
1609.0
206
207
208
209
210
2144.5
2145.0
2145.5
2146.0
2146.5
1609.5
1610.0
1610.5
1611.0
1611.5
211
212
213
214
215
2147.0
2147.5
2148.0
2148.5
2149.0
1612.0
1612.5
1613.0
1613.5
1614.0
216
217
218
219
220
2149.5
2150.0
2150.5
2151.0
2151.5
1614.5
1615.0
1615.5
1616.0
1616.5
221
222
223
224
225
2152.0
2152.5
2153.0
2153.5
2154.0
1617.0
1617.5
1618.0
1618.5
1619.0
226
227
228
229
230
2154.5
2155.0
2155.5
2156.0
2156.5
1619.5
1620.0
1620.5
1621.0
1621.5
231
232
233
234
235
2157.0
2157.5
2158.0
2158.5
2159.0
1622.0
1622.5
1623.0
1623.5
1624.0
236
2159.5
1624.5
CH NO.
NBDP/DSC
DSC
For Europe MF frequencies selection of ITU+MF on system setting necessary. A channel can be recalled by hitting
the keys [CH], [2], [0], [1], [ENT] for channel 201 as an example. CH NO and Rx frequency appear on the display.
The channel number is displayed in 4 digits, such as 2001. (Additional zero is inserted automatically.) The Rx and
Tx frequencies are checked by pressing the [ENT] key.
A-8
4/6 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
(ITU RR APPENDIX 32)
CH NO.
4001
4002
4003
4004
4005
4006
4007
4008
4009
4010
4011
4012
4013
4014
4015
4016
4017
4018
4019
4020
4021
4022
4023
4024
4025
4026
4027
4028
4029
4030
4031
4032
4033
4 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
4210.5
4211.0
4211.5
4212.0
4212.5
4213.0
4213.5
4214.0
4214.5
4215.0
4177.5
4215.5
4216.0
4216.5
4217.0
4217.5
4218.0
4218.5
4219.0
4202.5
4203.0
4203.5
4204.0
4204.5
4205.0
4205.5
4206.0
4206.5
4207.0
4207.5
4219.5
4220.0
4220.5
4172.5
4173.0
4173.5
4174.0
4174.5
4175.0
4175.5
4176.0
4176.5
4177.0
4177.5
4178.0
4178.5
4179.0
4179.5
4180.0
4180.5
4181.0
4181.5
4202.5
4203.0
4203.5
4204.0
4204.5
4205.0
4205.5
4206.0
4206.5
4207.0
4207.5
4208.0
4208.5
4209.0
CH NO.
6001
6002
6003
6004
6005
6006
6007
6008
6009
6010
6011
6012
6013
6014
6015
6016
6017
6018
6019
6020
6021
6022
6023
6024
6025
6026
6027
6028
6029
6030
6031
6032
6033
6034
6035
6036
6037
6038
6039
6040
6 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
6314.5
6315.0
6315.5
6316.0
6316.5
6317.0
6317.5
6318.0
6318.5
6319.0
6268.0
6319.5
6320.0
6320.5
6321.0
6321.5
6322.0
6322.5
6323.0
6323.5
6324.0
6324.5
6325.0
6325.5
6326.0
6326.5
6327.0
6327.5
6328.0
6328.5
6329.0
6329.5
6330.0
6330.5
6300.5
6301.0
6301.5
6302.0
6302.5
6303.0
Above is factory programmed.
A-9
6263.0
6263.5
6264.0
6264.5
6265.0
6265.5
6266.0
6266.5
6267.0
6267.5
6268.0
6268.5
6269.0
6269.5
6270.0
6270.5
6271.0
6271.5
6272.0
6272.5
6273.0
6273.5
6274.0
6274.5
6275.0
6275.5
6281.0
6281.5
6282.0
6282.5
6283.0
6283.5
6284.0
6284.5
6300.5
6301.0
6301.5
6302.0
6302.5
6303.0
CH NO.
6041
6042
6043
6044
6045
6046
6047
6048
6049
6050
6051
6052
6053
6054
6055
6056
6057
6058
6059
6060
6061
6 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
6303.5
6304.0
6304.5
6305.0
6305.5
6306.0
6306.5
6307.0
6307.5
6308.0
6308.5
6309.0
6309.5
6310.0
6310.5
6311.0
6311.5
6312.0
6331.0
6331.5
6332.0
6303.5
6304.0
6304.5
6305.0
6305.5
6306.0
6306.5
6307.0
6307.5
6308.0
6308.5
6309.0
6309.5
6310.0
6310.5
6311.0
6311.5
6312.0
6312.5
6313.0
6313.5
8 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
(ITU RR APPENDIX 32)
8 MHz TELEX
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
8001
8376.5
8376.5
8002
8417.0
8377.0
8003
8417.5
8377.5
8004
8418.0
8378.0
8005
8418.5
8378.5
8006
8419.0
8379.0
8007
8419.5
8379.5
8008
8420.0
8380.0
8009
8420.5
8380.5
8010
8421.0
8381.0
8011
8421.5
8381.5
8012
8422.0
8382.0
8013
8422.5
8382.5
8014
8423.0
8383.0
8015
8423.5
8383.5
8016
8424.0
8384.0
8017
8424.5
8384.5
8018
8425.0
8385.0
8019
8425.5
8385.5
8020
8426.0
8386.0
8021
8426.5
8386.5
8022
8427.0
8387.0
8023
8427.5
8387.5
8024
8428.0
8388.0
8025
8428.5
8388.5
8026
8429.0
8389.0
8027
8429.5
8389.5
8028
8430.0
8390.0
8029
8430.5
8390.5
8030
8431.0
8391.0
8031
8431.5
8391.5
8032
8432.0
8392.0
8033
8432.5
8392.5
8034
8433.0
8393.0
8035
8433.5
8393.5
8036
8434.0
8394.0
8037
8434.5
8394.5
8038
8435.0
8395.0
8039
8435.5
8395.5
8040
8436.0
8396.0
8041
8396.5
8396.5
8042
8397.0
8397.0
8043
8397.5
8397.5
8044
8398.0
8398.0
8045
8398.5
8398.5
Above is factory programmed.
CH NO.
8046
8047
8048
8049
8050
8051
8052
8053
8054
8055
8056
8057
8058
8059
8060
8061
8062
8063
8064
8065
8066
8067
8068
8069
8070
8071
8072
8073
8074
8075
8076
8077
8078
8079
8080
8 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
8399.0
8399.5
8400.0
8400.5
8401.0
8401.5
8402.0
8402.5
8403.0
8403.5
8404.0
8404.5
8405.0
8405.5
8406.0
8406.5
8407.0
8407.5
8408.0
8408.5
8409.0
8409.5
8410.0
8410.5
8411.0
8411.5
8412.0
8412.5
8413.0
8413.5
8414.0
8414.5
8436.5
8437.0
8437.5
A-10
SHIP TX
8399.0
8399.5
8400.0
8400.5
8401.0
8401.5
8402.0
8402.5
8403.0
8403.5
8404.0
8404.5
8405.0
8405.5
8406.0
8406.5
8407.0
8407.5
8408.0
8408.5
8409.0
8409.5
8410.0
8410.5
8411.0
8411.5
8412.0
8412.5
8413.0
8413.5
8414.0
8414.5
8415.0
8415.5
8416.0
12 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
CH NO.
12001
12002
12003
12004
12005
12006
12007
12008
12009
12010
12011
12012
12013
12014
12015
12016
12017
12018
12019
12020
12021
12022
12023
12024
12025
12026
12027
12028
12029
12030
12031
12032
12033
12034
12035
12036
12037
12038
12039
12040
12041
12042
12043
12044
12045
12046
12047
12048
12049
12050
12051
12052
12053
12054
12055
12 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
12579.5
12477.0
12580.0
12477.5
12580.5
12478.0
12581.0
12478.5
12581.5
12479.0
12582.0
12479.5
12582.5
12480.0
12583.0
12480.5
12583.5
12481.0
12584.0
12481.5
12584.5
12482.0
12585.0
12482.5
12585.5
12483.0
12586.0
12483.5
12586.5
12484.0
12587.0
12484.5
12587.5
12485.0
12588.0
12485.5
12588.5
12486.0
12589.0
12486.5
12589.5
12487.0
12590.0
12487.5
12590.5
12488.0
12591.0
12488.5
12591.5
12489.0
12592.0
12489.5
12592.5
12490.0
12593.0
12490.5
12593.5
12491.0
12594.0
12491.5
12594.5
12492.0
12595.0
12492.5
12595.5
12493.0
12596.0
12493.5
12596.5
12494.0
12597.0
12494.5
12597.5
12495.0
12598.0
12495.5
12598.5
12496.0
12599.0
12496.5
12599.5
12497.0
12600.0
12497.5
12600.5
12498.0
12601.0
12498.5
12601.5
12499.0
12602.0
12499.5
12602.5
12500.0
12603.0
12500.5
12603.5
12501.0
12604.0
12501.5
12604.5
12502.0
12605.0
12502.5
12605.5
12503.0
12606.0
12503.5
12606.5
12504.0
CH NO.
12056
12057
12058
12059
12060
12061
12062
12063
12064
12065
12066
12067
12068
12069
12070
12071
12072
12073
12074
12075
12076
12077
12078
12079
12080
12081
12082
12083
12084
12085
12086
12087
12088
12089
12090
12091
12092
12093
12094
12095
12096
12097
12098
12099
12100
12101
12102
12103
12104
12105
12106
12107
12108
12109
12110
12 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
12607.0
12504.5
12607.5
12505.0
12608.0
12505.5
12608.5
12506.0
12609.0
12506.5
12609.5
12507.0
12610.0
12507.5
12610.5
12508.0
12611.0
12508.5
12611.5
12509.0
12612.0
12509.5
12612.5
12510.0
12613.0
12510.5
12613.5
12511.0
12614.0
12511.5
12614.5
12512.0
12615.0
12512.5
12615.5
12513.0
12616.0
12513.5
12616.5
12514.0
12617.0
12514.5
12617.5
12515.0
12618.0
12515.5
12618.5
12516.0
12619.0
12516.5
12619.5
12517.0
12620.0
12517.5
12620.5
12518.0
12621.0
12518.5
12621.5
12519.0
12622.0
12519.5
12520.0
12520.0
12622.5
12520.5
12623.0
12521.0
12623.5
12521.5
12624.0
12522.0
12624.5
12522.5
12625.0
12523.0
12625.5
12523.5
12626.0
12524.0
12626.5
12524.5
12627.0
12525.0
12627.5
12525.5
12628.0
12526.0
12628.5
12526.5
12629.0
12527.0
12629.5
12527.5
12630.0
12528.0
12630.5
12528.5
12631.0
12529.0
12631.5
12529.5
12632.0
12530.0
12632.5
12530.5
12633.0
12531.0
12633.5
12531.5
A-11
CH NO.
12111
12112
12113
12114
12115
12116
12117
12118
12119
12120
12121
12122
12123
12124
12125
12126
12127
12128
12129
12130
12131
12132
12133
12134
12135
12136
12137
12138
12139
12140
12141
12142
12143
12144
12145
12146
12147
12148
12149
12150
12151
12152
12153
12154
12155
12156
12157
12158
12159
12160
12161
12162
12163
12164
12165
12 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
12634.0
12532.0
12634.5
12532.5
12635.0
12533.0
12635.5
12533.5
12636.0
12534.0
12636.5
12534.5
12637.0
12535.0
12637.5
12535.5
12638.0
12536.0
12638.5
12536.5
12639.0
12537.0
12639.5
12537.5
12640.0
12538.0
12640.5
12538.5
12641.0
12539.0
12641.5
12539.5
12642.0
12540.0
12642.5
12540.5
12643.0
12541.0
12643.5
12541.5
12644.0
12542.0
12644.5
12542.5
12645.0
12543.0
12645.5
12543.5
12646.0
12544.0
12646.5
12544.5
12647.0
12545.0
12647.5
12545.5
12648.0
12546.0
12648.5
12546.5
12649.0
12547.0
12649.5
12547.5
12650.0
12548.0
12650.5
12548.5
12651.0
12549.0
12651.5
12549.5
12652.0
12555.0
12652.5
12555.5
12653.0
12556.0
12653.5
12556.5
12654.0
12557.0
12654.5
12557.5
12655.0
12558.0
12655.5
12558.5
12656.0
12559.0
12656.5
12559.5
12560.0
12560.0
12560.5
12560.5
12561.0
12561.0
12561.5
12561.5
12562.0
12562.0
12562.5
12562.5
12563.0
12563.0
12563.5
12563.5
12564.0
12564.0
12/16 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
CH NO.
12166
12167
12168
12169
12170
12171
12172
12173
12174
12175
12176
12177
12178
12179
12180
12181
12182
12183
12184
12185
12186
12187
12188
12189
12190
12191
12192
12193
12194
12 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
12564.5
12564.5
12565.0
12565.0
12565.5
12565.5
12566.0
12566.0
12566.5
12566.5
12567.0
12567.0
12567.5
12567.5
12568.0
12568.0
12568.5
12568.5
12569.0
12569.0
12569.5
12569.5
12570.0
12570.0
12570.5
12570.5
12571.0
12571.0
12571.5
12571.5
12572.0
12572.0
12572.5
12572.5
12573.0
12573.0
12573.5
12573.5
12574.0
12574.0
12574.5
12574.5
12575.0
12575.0
12575.5
12575.5
12576.0
12576.0
12576.5
12576.5
12577.0
12577.0
12577.5
12577.5
12578.0
12578.0
12578.5
12578.5
CH NO.
16001
16002
16003
16004
16005
16006
16007
16008
16009
16010
16011
16012
16013
16014
16015
16016
16017
16018
16019
16020
16021
16022
16023
16024
16025
16026
16027
16028
16029
16030
16031
16032
16033
16034
16035
16036
16037
16038
16039
16040
16041
16042
16043
16044
16045
16046
16047
16048
16049
16050
16051
16052
16053
16054
16055
16 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
16807.0
16683.5
16807.5
16684.0
16808.0
16684.5
16808.5
16685.0
16809.0
16685.5
16809.5
16686.0
16810.0
16686.5
16810.5
16687.0
16811.0
16687.5
16811.5
16688.0
16812.0
16688.5
16812.5
16689.0
16813.0
16689.5
16813.5
16690.0
16814.0
16690.5
16814.5
16691.0
16815.0
16691.5
16815.5
16692.0
16816.0
16692.5
16816.5
16693.0
16817.0
16693.5
16817.5
16694.0
16818.0
16694.5
16695.0
16695.0
16818.5
16695.5
16819.0
16696.0
16819.5
16696.5
16820.0
16697.0
16820.5
16697.5
16821.0
16698.0
16821.5
16698.5
16822.0
16699.0
16822.5
16699.5
16823.0
16700.0
16823.5
16700.5
16824.0
16701.0
16824.5
16701.5
16825.0
16702.0
16825.5
16702.5
16826.0
16703.0
16826.5
16703.5
16827.0
16704.0
16827.5
16704.5
16828.0
16705.0
16828.5
16705.5
16829.0
16706.0
16829.5
16706.5
16830.0
16707.0
16830.5
16707.5
16831.0
16708.0
16831.5
16708.5
16832.0
16709.0
16832.5
16709.5
16833.0
16710.0
16833.5
16710.5
A-12
CH NO.
16056
16057
16058
16059
16060
16061
16062
16063
16064
16065
16066
16067
16068
16069
16070
16071
16072
16073
16074
16075
16076
16077
16078
16079
16080
16081
16082
16083
16084
16085
16086
16087
16088
16089
16090
16091
16092
16093
16094
16095
16096
16097
16098
16099
16100
16101
16102
16103
16104
16105
16106
16107
16108
16109
16110
16 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
16834.0
16711.0
16834.5
16711.5
16835.0
16712.0
16835.5
16712.5
16836.0
16713.0
16836.5
16713.5
16837.0
16714.0
16837.5
16714.5
16838.0
16715.0
16838.5
16715.5
16839.0
16716.0
16839.5
16716.5
16840.0
16717.0
16840.5
16717.5
16841.0
16718.0
16841.5
16718.5
16842.0
16719.0
16842.5
16719.5
16843.0
16720.0
16843.5
16720.5
16844.0
16721.0
16844.5
16721.5
16845.0
16722.0
16845.5
16722.5
16846.0
16723.0
16846.5
16723.5
16847.0
16724.0
16847.5
16724.5
16848.0
16725.0
16848.5
16725.5
16849.0
16726.0
16849.5
16726.5
16850.0
16727.0
16850.5
16727.5
16851.0
16728.0
16851.5
16728.5
16852.0
16729.0
16852.5
16729.5
16853.0
16730.0
16853.5
16730.5
16854.0
16731.0
16854.5
16731.5
16855.0
16732.0
16855.5
16732.5
16856.0
16733.0
16856.5
16733.5
16857.0
16739.0
16857.5
16739.5
16858.0
16740.0
16858.5
16740.5
16859.0
16741.0
16859.5
16741.5
16860.0
16742.0
16860.5
16742.5
16861.0
16743.0
16 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
CH NO.
16111
16112
16113
16114
16115
16116
16117
16118
16119
16120
16121
16122
16123
16124
16125
16126
16127
16128
16129
16130
16131
16132
16133
16134
16135
16136
16137
16138
16139
16140
16141
16142
16143
16144
16145
16146
16147
16148
16149
16150
16151
16152
16153
16154
16155
16156
16157
16158
16159
16160
16161
16162
16163
16164
16165
16 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
16861.5
16743.5
16862.0
16744.0
16862.5
16744.5
16863.0
16745.0
16863.5
16745.5
16864.0
16746.0
16864.5
16746.5
16865.0
16747.0
16865.5
16747.5
16866.0
16748.0
16866.5
16748.5
16867.0
16749.0
16867.5
16749.5
16868.0
16750.0
16868.5
16750.5
16869.0
16751.0
16869.5
16751.5
16870.0
16752.0
16870.5
16752.5
16871.0
16753.0
16871.5
16753.5
16872.0
16754.0
16872.5
16754.5
16873.0
16755.0
16873.5
16755.5
16874.0
16756.0
16874.5
16756.5
16875.0
16757.0
16875.5
16757.5
16876.0
16758.0
16876.5
16758.5
16877.0
16759.0
16877.5
16759.5
16878.0
16760.0
16878.5
16760.5
16879.0
16761.0
16879.5
16761.5
16880.0
16762.0
16880.5
16762.5
16881.0
16763.0
16881.5
16763.5
16882.0
16764.0
16882.5
16764.5
16883.0
16765.0
16883.5
16765.5
16884.0
16766.0
16884.5
16766.5
16885.0
16767.0
16885.5
16767.5
16886.0
16768.0
16886.5
16768.5
16887.0
16769.0
16887.5
16769.5
16888.0
16770.0
16888.5
16770.5
CH NO.
16166
16167
16168
16169
16170
16171
16172
16173
16174
16175
16176
16177
16178
16179
16180
16181
16182
16183
16184
16185
16186
16187
16188
16189
16190
16191
16192
16193
16194
16195
16196
16197
16198
16199
16200
16201
16202
16203
16204
16205
16206
16207
16208
16209
16210
16211
16212
16213
16214
16215
16216
16217
16218
16219
16220
16 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
16889.0
16771.0
16889.5
16771.5
16890.0
16772.0
16890.5
16772.5
16891.0
16773.0
16891.5
16773.5
16892.0
16774.0
16892.5
16774.5
16893.0
16775.0
16893.5
16775.5
16894.0
16776.0
16894.5
16776.5
16895.0
16777.0
16895.5
16777.5
16896.0
16778.0
16896.5
16778.5
16897.0
16779.0
16897.5
16779.5
16898.0
16780.0
16898.5
16780.5
16899.0
16781.0
16899.5
16781.5
16900.0
16782.0
16900.5
16782.5
16901.0
16783.0
16901.5
16783.5
16902.0
16784.0
16902.5
16784.5
16785.0
16785.0
16785.5
16785.5
16786.0
16786.0
16786.5
16786.5
16787.0
16787.0
16787.5
16787.5
16788.0
16788.0
16788.5
16788.5
16789.0
16789.0
16789.5
16789.5
16790.0
16790.0
16790.5
16790.5
16791.0
16791.0
16791.5
16791.5
16792.0
16792.0
16792.5
16792.5
16793.0
16793.0
16793.5
16793.5
16794.0
16794.0
16794.5
16794.5
16795.0
16795.0
16795.5
16795.5
16796.0
16796.0
16796.5
16796.5
16797.0
16797.0
16797.5
16797.5
16798.0
16798.0
A-13
CH NO.
16221
16222
16223
16224
16225
16226
16227
16228
16229
16230
16231
16232
16233
16234
16235
16236
16 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
16798.5
16798.5
16799.0
16799.0
16799.5
16799.5
16800.0
16800.0
16800.5
16800.5
16801.0
16801.0
16801.5
16801.5
16802.0
16802.0
16802.5
16802.5
16803.0
16803.0
16803.5
16803.5
16804.0
16804.0
16804.5
16804.5
16805.0
16805.0
16805.5
16805.5
16806.0
16806.0
18/19 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
18/19 MHz TELEX
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
18001
19681.0
18870.5
18002
19681.5
18871.0
18003
19682.0
18871.5
18004
19682.5
18872.0
18005
19683.0
18872.5
18006
19683.5
18873.0
18007
19684.0
18873.5
18008
19684.5
18874.0
18009
19685.0
18874.5
18010
19685.5
18875.0
18011
19686.0
18875.5
18012
19686.5
18876.0
18013
19687.0
18876.5
18014
19687.5
18877.0
18015
19688.0
18877.5
18016
19688.5
18878.0
18017
19689.0
18878.5
18018
19689.5
18879.0
18019
19690.0
18879.5
18020
19690.5
18880.0
18021
19691.0
18880.5
18022
19691.5
18881.0
18023
19692.0
18881.5
18024
19692.5
18882.0
18025
19693.0
18882.5
18026
19693.5
18883.0
18027
19694.0
18883.5
18028
19694.5
18884.0
18029
19695.0
18884.5
18030
19695.5
18885.0
18031
19696.0
18885.5
18032
19696.5
18886.0
18033
19697.0
18886.5
18034
19697.5
18887.0
18035
19698.0
18887.5
18036
19698.5
18888.0
18037
19699.0
18888.5
18038
19699.5
18889.0
18039
19700.0
18889.5
18040
19700.5
18890.0
18041
19701.0
18890.5
18042
19701.5
18891.0
18043
19702.0
18891.5
18044
19702.5
18892.0
18045
19703.0
18892.5
18046
18893.0
18893.0
18047
18893.5
18893.5
18048
18894.0
18894.0
18049
18894.5
18894.5
18050
18895.0
18895.0
18/19 MHz TELEX
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
18051
18895.5
18895.5
18052
18896.0
18896.0
18053
18896.5
18896.5
18054
18897.0
18897.0
18055
18897.5
18897.5
18056
18898.0
18898.0
18057
18898.5
18898.5
18058
18899.0
18899.0
18059
18899.5
18899.5
A-14
22 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
CH NO.
22001
22002
22003
22004
22005
22006
22007
22008
22009
22010
22011
22012
22013
22014
22015
22016
22017
22018
22019
22020
22021
22022
22023
22024
22025
22026
22027
22028
22029
22030
22031
22032
22033
22034
22035
22036
22037
22038
22039
22040
22041
22042
22043
22044
22045
22046
22047
22048
22049
22050
22 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
22376.5
22284.5
22377.0
22285.0
22377.5
22285.5
22378.0
22286.0
22378.5
22286.5
22379.0
22287.0
22379.5
22287.5
22380.0
22288.0
22380.5
22288.5
22381.0
22289.0
22381.5
22289.5
22382.0
22290.0
22382.5
22290.5
22383.0
22291.0
22383.5
22291.5
22384.0
22292.0
22384.5
22292.5
22385.0
22293.0
22385.5
22293.5
22386.0
22294.0
22386.5
22294.5
22387.0
22295.0
22387.5
22295.5
22388.0
22296.0
22388.5
22296.5
22389.0
22297.0
22389.5
22297.5
22390.0
22298.0
22390.5
22298.5
22391.0
22299.0
22391.5
22299.5
22392.0
22300.0
22392.5
22300.5
22393.0
22301.0
22393.5
22301.5
22394.0
22302.0
22394.5
22302.5
22395.0
22303.0
22395.5
22303.5
22396.0
22304.0
22396.5
22304.5
22397.0
22305.0
22397.5
22305.5
22398.0
22306.0
22398.5
22306.5
22399.0
22307.0
22399.5
22307.5
22400.0
22308.0
22400.5
22308.5
22401.0
22309.0
CH NO.
22051
22052
22053
22054
22055
22056
22057
22058
22059
22060
22061
22062
22063
22064
22065
22066
22067
22068
22069
22070
22071
22072
22073
22074
22075
22076
22077
22078
22079
22080
22081
22082
22083
22084
22085
22086
22087
22088
22089
22090
22091
22092
22093
22094
22095
22096
22097
22098
22099
22100
22 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
22401.5
22309.5
22402.0
22310.0
22402.5
22310.5
22403.0
22311.0
22403.5
22311.5
22404.0
22312.0
22404.5
22312.5
22405.0
22313.0
22405.5
22313.5
22406.0
22314.0
22406.5
22314.5
22407.0
22315.0
22407.5
22315.5
22408.0
22316.0
22408.5
22316.5
22409.0
22317.0
22409.5
22317.5
22410.0
22318.0
22410.5
22318.5
22411.0
22319.0
22411.5
22319.5
22412.0
22320.0
22412.5
22320.5
22413.0
22321.0
22413.5
22321.5
22414.0
22322.0
22414.5
22322.5
22415.0
22323.0
22415.5
22323.5
22416.0
22324.0
22416.5
22324.5
22417.0
22325.0
22417.5
22325.5
22418.0
22326.0
22418.5
22326.5
22419.0
22327.0
22419.5
22327.5
22420.0
22328.0
22420.5
22328.5
22421.0
22329.0
22421.5
22329.5
22422.0
22330.0
22422.5
22330.5
22423.0
22331.0
22423.5
22331.5
22424.0
22332.0
22424.5
22332.5
22425.0
22333.0
22425.5
22333.5
22426.0
22334.0
A-15
CH NO.
22101
22102
22103
22104
22105
22106
22107
22108
22109
22110
22111
22112
22113
22114
22115
22116
22117
22118
22119
22120
22121
22122
22123
22124
22125
22126
22127
22128
22129
22130
22131
22132
22133
22134
22135
22136
22137
22138
22139
22140
22141
22142
22143
22144
22145
22146
22147
22148
22149
22150
22 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
22426.5
22334.5
22427.0
22335.0
22427.5
22335.5
22428.0
22336.0
22428.5
22336.5
22429.0
22337.0
22429.5
22337.5
22430.0
22338.0
22430.5
22338.5
22431.0
22339.0
22431.5
22339.5
22432.0
22340.0
22432.5
22340.5
22433.0
22341.0
22433.5
22341.5
22434.0
22342.0
22434.5
22342.5
22435.0
22343.0
22435.5
22343.5
22436.0
22344.0
22436.5
22344.5
22437.0
22345.0
22437.5
22345.5
22438.0
22346.0
22438.5
22346.5
22439.0
22347.0
22439.5
22347.5
22440.0
22348.0
22440.5
22348.5
22441.0
22349.0
22441.5
22349.5
22442.0
22350.0
22442.5
22350.5
22443.0
22351.0
22443.5
22351.5
22352.0
22352.0
22352.5
22352.5
22353.0
22353.0
22353.5
22353.5
22354.0
22354.0
22354.5
22354.5
22355.0
22355.0
22355.5
22355.5
22356.0
22356.0
22356.5
22356.5
22357.0
22357.0
22357.5
22357.5
22358.0
22358.0
22358.5
22358.5
22359.0
22359.0
22, 25/26 MHz BAND ITU NBDP (Telex) FREQUENCY TABLE
The following frequencies are factory programmed.
CH NO.
22151
22152
22153
22154
22155
22156
22157
22158
22159
22160
22161
22162
22163
22164
22165
22166
22167
22168
22169
22170
22171
22172
22173
22174
22175
22176
22177
22178
22179
22180
22181
22182
22183
22 MHz TELEX
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
22359.5
22359.5
22360.0
22360.0
22360.5
22360.5
22361.0
22361.0
22361.5
22361.5
22362.0
22362.0
22362.5
22362.5
22363.0
22363.0
22363.5
22363.5
22364.0
22364.0
22364.5
22364.5
22365.0
22365.0
22365.5
22365.5
22366.0
22366.0
22366.5
22366.5
22367.0
22367.0
22367.5
22367.5
22368.0
22368.0
22368.5
22368.5
22369.0
22369.0
22369.5
22369.5
22370.0
22370.0
22370.5
22370.5
22371.0
22371.0
22371.5
22371.5
22372.0
22372.0
22372.5
22372.5
22373.0
22373.0
22373.5
22373.5
22374.0
22374.0
22374.5
22374.5
22375.0
22375.0
22375.5
22375.5
25/26 MHz TELEX
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
25001
26101.0
25173.0
25002
26101.5
25173.5
25003
26102.0
25174.0
25004
26102.5
25174.5
25005
26103.0
25175.0
25006
26103.5
25175.5
25007
26104.0
25176.0
25008
26104.5
25176.5
25009
26105.0
25177.0
25010
26105.5
25177.5
25011
26106.0
25178.0
25012
26106.5
25178.5
25013
26107.0
25179.0
25014
26107.5
25179.5
25015
26108.0
25180.0
25016
26108.5
25180.5
25017
26109.0
25181.0
25018
26109.5
25181.5
25019
26110.0
25182.0
25020
26110.5
25182.5
25021
26111.0
25183.0
25022
26111.5
25183.5
25023
26112.0
25184.0
25024
26112.5
25184.5
25025
26113.0
25185.0
25026
26113.5
25185.5
25027
26114.0
25186.0
25028
26114.5
25186.5
25029
26115.0
25187.0
25030
26115.5
25187.5
25031
26116.0
25188.0
25032
26116.5
25188.5
25033
26117.0
25189.0
25034
26117.5
25189.5
25035
26118.0
25190.0
25036
26118.5
25190.5
25037
26119.0
25191.0
25038
26119.5
25191.5
25039
26120.0
25192.0
25040
26120.5
25192.5
25041
25193.0
25193.0
25042
25193.5
25193.5
25043
25194.0
25194.0
25044
25194.5
25194.5
25045
25195.0
25195.0
25046
25195.5
25195.5
25047
25196.0
25196.0
25048
25196.5
25196.5
25049
25197.0
25197.0
25050
25197.5
25197.5
A-16
25/26 MHz TELEX
CH NO.
SHIP RX
SHIP TX
25051
25198.0
25198.0
25052
25198.5
25198.5
25053
25199.0
25199.0
25054
25199.5
25199.5
25055
25200.0
25200.0
25056
25200.5
25200.5
25057
25201.0
25201.0
25058
25201.5
25201.5
25059
25202.0
25202.0
25060
25202.5
25202.5
25061
25203.0
25203.0
25062
25203.5
25203.5
25063
25204.0
25204.0
25064
25204.5
25204.5
25065
25205.0
25205.0
25066
25205.5
25205.5
25067
25206.0
25206.0
25068
25206.5
25206.5
25069
25207.0
25207.0
25070
25207.5
25207.5
25071
25208.0
25208.0
25072
26121.0
25208.5
25073
26121.5
25209.0
25074
26122.0
25209.5
INDEX
2182 key 1-11
A
AGC 1-5
AM broadcasting stations 1-14
Antenna tuning 1-10
B
Backlighting 1-4
C
CLARI/3 key 1-13
Clarifier 1-13
Class of emission 1-4
Control description 1-2
N
NBDP Terminal 2-1
P
Power on/off 1-4
R
Receiving 1-13
Remote Station 2-2
RF GAIN 1-13
RF gain 1-13
ROM version no. 4-3
S
E
S-meter 1-13
Scanning 1-15
Specifications iv
SQL/5 key 1-4
Squelch 1-4
Station name 1-10
Sweep 1-17
System configuration 1-1
System settings 3-1
Error indication 5-3
T
F
Transmitter output 1-11
Transmitter test 4-1
Transmitting 1-10
Troubleshooting 5-1
D
Diagnostic test 4-2
Distress call 1-11
Dummy antenna 4-1
Frequency selection
custom channels 1-7
direct frequency entry 1-6
ITU telephony channels 1-8
ITU Telex channels 1-9
Fuse replacement 5-3
U
User channels 3-3
I
V
Indications 1-3
Intercom 2-2
VOLUME control 1-4
K
W
Weekly checks 4-1
Keyboard test 4-3
L
LCD test 4-3
Loudspeaker on/off 1-4
M
Maintenance 4-4
Microphone usage 1-11
MIF commands 1-18
Index-1
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