IC-R5 Instruction Manual
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER
iR5
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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FOREWORD
IMPORTANT
Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The IC-R5 COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER is designed and built with Icom’s superior technology and craftsmanship. With proper care, this
product should provide you with years of trouble-free operation.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely
We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you
for making your IC-R5 your radio of choice, and hope you agree
with Icom’s philosophy of “technology first.” Many hours of research and development went into the design of your IC-R5.
D FEATURES
❍ Covers 0.150–1309.995 MHz* wide
frequency range
before using the receiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL— This instruction manual contains important operating instructions for
the IC-R5.
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS
WORD
DEFINITION
Personal injury, fire hazard or electric shock
R WARNING!
may occur.
CAUTION
*Some frequency bands are inhibited according to version
❍ External power supply operation
NOTE
Equipment damage may occur.
Recommended for optimum use. No risk of
personal injury, fire or electric shock.
❍ 1250 memory channels* with 18 banks
available
*200 auto write and 50 scan edge channels are included.
❍ Built-in bar-antenna
❍ New DMS (Dynamic Memory Scan) System
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Icom, Icom Inc. and the
logo are registered trademarks of Icom
Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.
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PRECAUTION
RWARNING! NEVER operate the receiver with a ear-
NEVER expose the receiver to rain, snow or any liquids.
phone, headphones or other audio accessories at high volume levels. Hearing experts advise against continuous high
volume operation. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume level or discontinue use.
The receiver may be damaged.
RWARNING! NEVER connect the receiver to an AC
outlet. This may pose a fire hazard or result in an electric
shock.
RWARNING! NEVER operate the receiver while driving a vehicle. Safe driving requires your full attention—anything less may result in an accident.
RWARNING! NEVER throw a battery cell into a fire
since as internal battery gas can cause explosion.
RWARNING! NEVER disassemble the battery cell. If
the battery cell’s internal material (electrolyte liquid) gets into
your eyes, wash your eyes with water and obtain treatment
from an eye doctor immediately.
NEVER operate or touch the receiver with wet hands. This
may result in an electric shock or damage the receiver.
NEVER solder the battery cell. This may damage the battery.
AVOID using or placing the receiver in direct sunlight or in
areas with temperatures below –10°C (+14˚F) or above
+60°C (+140˚F).
AVOID the use of chemical agents such as benzine or alcohol when cleaning, as they can damage the receiver’s surfaces.
Even when the receiver power is OFF, a slight current still
flows in the circuits. Remove batteries from the receiver when
not using it for a long time. Otherwise, the installed batteries
will become exhausted, and will need to be recharged.
NEVER connect the receiver to a power source of more
than 6 V DC directly. This will damage the receiver.
NEVER connect the receiver to a power source using reverse polarity. This will damage the receiver.
For U.S.A. only
CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this device, not expressly approved by Icom Inc., could void your authority to
operate this device under FCC regulations.
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SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
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OPERATING THEORY
Electromagnetic radiation which has frequencies of
20,000 Hz (20 kHz*) and above is called radio frequency (RF)
energy because it is useful in radio transmissions. The IC-R5
receives RF energy from 0.150 MHz* to 1309.995 MHz and
converts it into audio frequency (AF) energy which in turn actuates a loudspeaker to create sound waves. AF energy is in
the range of 20 to 20,000 Hz.
*kHz is an abbreviation of kilohertz or 1000 hertz, MHz is abbreviation
of megahertz or 1,000,000 hertz, where hertz is a unit of frequency.
OPERATING NOTES
q Antenna ………………………………………………………1
w Hand strap …………………………………………………1
e Belt clip ………………………………………………………1
r Ni-Cd battery cells† …………………………………………2
t AC adapter* …………………………………………………1
*Not supplied with UK and Italy versions.
†
Not supplied with Italy version.
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The IC-R5 may receive its own oscillated frequency, resulting
in no reception or only noise reception, on some frequencies.
The IC-R5 may receive interference from extremely strong
signals on different frequencies or when using an external
high-gain antenna.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD .................................................. i
IMPORTANT .................................................. i
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS ................................ i
PRECAUTION ............................................... ii
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ......................... iii
OPERATING THEORY ................................. iii
OPERATING NOTES ................................... iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................ iv
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE .................. I–VI
■ Preparation ............................................. I
■ Receiving a signal ................................ III
■ Memory programming .......................... IV
■ Programmed scan operation................. V
1 PANEL DESCRIPTION ........................ 1–4
■ Front, top and side panels .................... 1
■ Function display .................................... 3
2 BATTERY CHARGING ........................ 5–6
■ Battery installation ................................. 5
■ Caution .................................................. 5
■ Battery charging .................................... 6
3 FREQUENCY AND CHANNEL SETTING
........................................................... 7–10
■ VFO and memory channels................... 7
■ Operating band selection....................... 7
■ Setting a frequency................................ 9
■ Setting a tuning step.............................. 9
■ Selecting a memory channel ............... 10
■ Lock function ....................................... 10
4 BASIC OPERATION ........................ 11–15
■ Receiving ............................................. 11
■ Setting audio volume ........................... 11
■ Squelch level setting............................ 12
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6
7
8
■ Receive mode selection ...................... 12
■ Monitor function ................................... 13
■ Attenuator function .............................. 13
■ Duplex operation ................................. 14
■ Dial select step .................................... 15
MEMORY CHANNELS ..................... 16–24
■ General description ............................. 16
■ Memory channel programming............ 16
■ Memory bank setting ........................... 17
■ Memory bank selection........................ 18
■ Programming memory/bank name ...... 19
■ Selecting display type.......................... 20
■ Copying memory contents................... 21
■ Memory clearing .................................. 22
■ Transferring memory contents............. 23
■ Erasing/transferring bank contents...... 24
SCAN OPERATION ......................... 25–31
■ Scan types........................................... 25
■ Full/band/programmed scan................ 26
■ Scan edges programming ................... 27
■ Memory/bank/all bank scan................. 28
■ Auto memory write scan ...................... 29
■ Skip channel/frequency setting............ 30
■ Scan resume condition ........................ 31
PRIORITY WATCH .......................... 32–34
■ Priority watch types ............................. 32
■ Priority watch operation ....................... 33
TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP
.......................................................... 35–38
■ Tone/DTCS squelch operation............. 35
■ Tone squelch frequency/DTCS code setting....................................................... 36
■ DTCS polarity setting........................... 37
■ Tone scan ............................................ 38
9 SET MODE ...................................... 39–47
■ General................................................ 39
■ Set mode items.................................... 40
10 OTHER FUNCTIONS ....................... 48–53
■ Antenna selection ................................ 48
■ [DIAL] function assignment.................. 49
■ Weather channel operation ................. 49
■ Data cloning ........................................ 51
■ Auto power-off function........................ 52
■ Partial reset ......................................... 53
■ All reset ............................................... 53
11 FREQUENCY TABLE ...................... 54–61
■ TV channels......................................... 54
■ VHF marine channels .......................... 57
■ Weather channels................................ 57
■ Other communications in the USA ...... 58
■ Other communications— other countries
............................................................. 60
12 MAINTENANCE ............................... 62–63
■ Troubleshooting ................................... 62
■ CP-18A/E fuse replacement ................ 63
13 SPECIFICATIONS ................................. 64
14 OPTIONS ............................................... 65
15 POCKET GUIDE .............................. 66–67
16 DOC ....................................................... 68
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
■ Preparation
D Battery installation
D Antenna
qRemove the battery cover
from the receiver.
Insert the supplied antenna into the
antenna connector and screw down
the antenna as shown at right.
wInstall 2 R6(AA) size NiCd, Ni-MH or alkaline cell
batteries.
NEVER hold the antenna when carrying the receiver.
• Be sure to observe the correct polarity.
• Charge Ni-Cd or Ni-MH
batteries before use. (See
the right page for charging
instructions.)
Keep battery the contacts clean. It’s a good idea to clean
the battery terminals once a week.
✔ For your information
Third-party antennas may increase receiver performance.
An optional AD-92SMA ANTENNA CONNECTOR ADAPTER is
available to connect an antenna with a BNC connector.
D Belt clip
D Handstrap
Conveniently attaches to
your belt.
Slide the handstrap through the
loop on the side of the belt clip as illustrated at right. Facilities carrying.
Slide the belt clip into the
plastic loop on the back of
the receiver.
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Keep the jack cover attached when
jack is not in use to protect the connectors from dust and moisture.
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
D Charging the battery
Optional CP-18A/E
Cigarette lighter cable
with DC-DC converter
t Rotate [DIAL] to select “Y” then push [BAND•
].
[DIAL]
to cigarette
lighter socket
to [DC 6V]
jack
AC adapter
[BAND•
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]
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to AC outlet
q Install the Ni-Cd batteries.
y The charging confirmation is displayed as below.
uRotate [DIAL] to select “Y” then push [BAND•
] to start
battery charging.
• Ni-MH batteries can also be charged.
w Plug the AC adapter into an AC outlet.
e Insert the adapter plug into the [DC 6V] of the receiver.
r The battery confirmation is displayed as above right.
RWARNING!:
NEVER charge the alkaline batteries.
• The battery indicator scrolls during charge as below.
• Both segments blink when completely charged.
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
■ Your first scanning
experience
2. Adjusting audio level
Now that you have your IC-R5 ready, you are probably excited to start listening. We would like to take you through a
few basic operation steps to make your first “Scanning Experience” enjoyable.
3. Adjusting squelch level
➥ Push [Y]/[Z] to set the desired audio level.
[DIAL]
➥ While pushing [SQL], rotate
[DIAL] to set the squelch [SQL]
[Y]/[Z]
level.
D About default setting
The [DIAL] control function can be traded with [Y]/[Z] keys
function in set mode. However, in this QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE, the factory default setting ([DIAL] sets operating frequency) is used for simple instruction.
4. Tune the desired
frequency
The tuning dial will allow you to
dial in the frequency you want to
operate. Pages 9 and 15 will instruct you on how to set the tuning speed.
D Basic operation
1. Turning ON the receiver
➥ Push [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn
the power ON.
[DIAL]
qPush [BAND•
] several
times to select the desired frequency band.
[PWR]
• While pushing [BAND•
],
rotate [DIAL] also select frequency band.
[BAND•
]
w Rotate [DIAL] to set the desired receive frequency.
• While pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select frequency in 1 MHz
step.
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
■ Memory programming
5. Receive mode selection
➥ Push [MODE•SCAN] several
times to select the desired receive mode.
The IC-R5 has a total of 1250 memory channels (including
200 auto write channels and 50 scan edges) for storing often
used receive frequency, mode, etc.
• FM, WFM and AM are available.
1. Setting frequency
In VFO mode, set the desired receive frequency mode.
• When “
” indicator is displayed, push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select the VFO mode.
[MODE•SCAN]
2. Selecting a memory
channel
Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.,
then rotate [DIAL] to select the
desired memory channel.
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[DIAL]
•“
” indicator and memory
channel number blink.
[V/M•S.MW•~]
3. Writing a memory channel
Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. until 3 beeps sound.
• Memory channel number automatically increases when continuing
to push [V/M•S.MW•~] after programming.
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■ Programmed scan operation
25 pairs, 50 channels of memories are used for programmed
scan operation, that specifying a scanning ranges. The programmed scan scans between “xxA” and “xxB” (xx=00 to 24)
frequencies. Therefore, before operating the programmed
scan, different frequencies must be programmed into “A” and
“B” channels.
D Programming scan edges
A start frequency must be programmed into a “xxA,” and end
frequency must be programmed into a “xxB” memory channel.
1. Setting frequency
In VFO mode, set the desired receive frequency mode.
• When “
” indicator is displayed, push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select the VFO mode.
2. Selecting a scan edge channel “A”
Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec., then
rotate [DIAL] to select one of the desired scan edge channel “A.”
•“
” indicator and scan edge channel number blink.
3. Writing a memory channel
Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. until 3 beeps sound.
• Scan edge channel “B” is automatically selected when continuing
to push [V/M•S.MW•~] after programming.
• After programming is completed, return to VFO indication.
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4. Selecting a scan edge channel “B”
Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec., then
rotate [DIAL] to select one of the desired scan edge channel “B.”
•“
” indicator and scan edge channel number blink.
• When the scan edge channel “B” is already selected at step 3. (continuing to push [V/M•S.MW•~] after programming), skip this step.
5. Writing a memory channel
Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. until 3 beeps sound.
• The next scan edge channel “A” is automatically selected when continuing to push [V/M•S.MW•~] after programming.
• After programming is completed, return to VFO indication.
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D Starting scan
1. Select VFO mode.
3. Starting scan
Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select the VFO mode for full, band
and programmed scan operation.
• Rotate [DIAL] to change the scanning direction.
Push [MODE•SCAN] to start scan.
• Select memory mode by pushing [V/M•S.MW•~] again for memory or bank scan.
2. Selecting a scanning type
Push [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec., then rotate [DIAL] to select
one of the desired scanning type.
• Available scan types when VFO mode is selected; “ALL” for full
scan; “BAND” for the selected band; one of “PROGxx” (xx=0 to 24)
for programmed scan.
• Available scan types when memory bank is selected; “ALL” for all
bank scan; “BANK” for the selected bank scan.
• Scan type indication examples
• Full scan
[DIAL]
• Program scan
[MODE•SCAN]
• Bank scan
• Full/Band scan
• Programmed scan
W FM AM
P SKIP
• Memory/All bank scan
W FM AM DUP T SQL
DTCS
W FM AM
P SKIP
• Bank scan
W FM AM DUP T SQL
DTCS
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4. Cancelling scan
Push [MODE•SCAN] again to stop scan.
✔ For your information
The memory channel number you program the scan edges
into correlate “PROGxx” as follows:
00A/00B: Scans between frequencies programmed in 00A
and 00B channels, and select “PROG 00”
01A/01B: Scans between frequencies programmed in 01A
and 01B channels, and select “PROG 01”
•
•
•
•
23A/23B: Scans between frequencies programmed in 23A
and 23B channels, and select “PROG 23”
24A/24B: Scans between frequencies programmed in 24A
and 24B channels, and select “PROG 24”
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
■ Front, top and side panels
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Function display
(pgs 3, 4)
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!0
!1
!2
Speaker
q ANTENNA CONNECTOR (p. I)
Connects the supplied antenna.
• An optional AD-92SMA is available for connecting an antenna
with a BNC connector.
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w EXTERNAL SPEAKER CONNECTOR [SP]
Connect an optional earphone or headphone.
The internal speaker will not function when any external
equipment is connected. (See p. 65 for a list of available
options.)
e FUNCTION SWITCH [FUNC]
While pushing this switch, access to secondary function.
r SQUELCH SWITCH [SQL]
➥ Push and hold to temporarily open the squelch and
monitor the operating frequency. (p. 13)
➥ While pushing this switch, rotate [DIAL]* to adjust the
squelch level. (p. 12)
Y]/[Z
Z]
t UP/DOWN SWITCHES [Y
Adjusts audio volume level.* (p. 11)
y BAND•LOCK SWITCH [BAND•
]
➥ Push to select the operating frequency band. (p. 7)
➥ After pushing [FUNC], push for 1 sec. to toggle the lock
function ON and OFF. (p. 10)
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
u CONTROL DIAL [DIAL]
➥ Rotate to select the operating frequency.* (p. 9)
➥ While scanning, changes the scanning direction.*
(p. 26)
➥ While pushing [SQL], sets the squelch level.* (p. 12)
➥ While pushing [FUNC], sets the operating frequency in
100 kHz, 1 MHz or 10 MHz in VFO mode.* (p. 9)
➥ While pushing [FUNC], selects the memory channel in
10 channels steps in memory mode.* (p. 10)
➥ While pushing [BAND•
], selects the operating band
in VFO mode.* (p. 7)
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!2 TUNING STEP•SET SWITCH [TS•SET]
➥ Push to enter tuning step selecting mode. (p. 9)
➥ Push for 1 sec. to enter set mode. (p. 39)
➥ While pushing [FUNC], trade [DIAL] and [Y]/[Z] function. (p. 49)
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i EXTERNAL DC-IN CONNECTOR [DC 6V] (p. 6)
Connects an AC adapter or an optional cigarette lighter
cable for both charging the installed re-chargeable battery
and operating.
oVFO/MEMORY•MEMORY WRITE SWITCH
[V/M•S.MW•~]
➥ Toggles between VFO and memory mode. (p. 7)
➥ Push for 1 sec. to enter memory edit condition. (p. 16)
➥ After pushing [FUNC], select scan skip condition. (p. 30)
!0 POWER SWITCH [PWR]
Push for 1 sec. to turn the receiver power ON and OFF.
!1 MODE•SCAN SWITCH [MODE•SCAN]
➥ Push to select the receive mode. (p. 12)
➥ Push for 1 sec. to start a scan. (p. 26)
➥ While pushing [FUNC], start a tone scan. (p. 38)
*The function of [DIAL] and [Y]/[Z] can be traded. See page 49 for
details.
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
■ Function display
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e
r
t
W FM AM DUP T SQL
q
ATT
!4
u
DTCS P SKIP
R PRIO
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o
75
50
25
!0
VOL
!3
!2
!1
q FREQUENCY READOUT
Shows variety of information, such as an operating frequency, set mode contents, memory names.
r DUPLEX INDICATORS (p. 14)
“DUP” appears when plus duplex, “–DUP” appears when
minus semi-duplex (repeater) operation is selected.
• The smaller “75,” “50” and “25” to the right of the readout indicate 0.75, 0.5 and 0.25 kHz, respectively.
t TONE INDICATORS
➥ “T SQL” appears while the tone squelch function is in
use. (p. 35)
➥ “DTCS” appears while the DTCS squelch function is in
use. (p. 35)
➥ “S” appears with the “T SQL” or “DTCS” indicator
while the pocket beep function (with CTCSS or DTCS) is in
use. (p. 35)
• The decimal point blinks during scan.
w LOCK INDICATOR (p. 10)
Appears when the lock function is activated.
e RECEIVE MODE INDICATOR (p. 12)
Shows the selected receive mode.
• FM, WFM and AM are available.
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y AUTO WRITE CHANNEL INDICATOR (p. 29)
Appears when auto write channel is selected.
u SKIP INDICATORS (p. 30)
➥ “SKIP” appears when the selected memory channel is
specified as a skip channel.
➥ “P SKIP” appears when the displayed frequency is
specified as a skip frequency.
i PRIORITY WATCH INDICATOR (p. 33)
Appears when priority watch is in use.
o MEMORY INDICATOR (pgs. 7, 10)
Appears when memory mode is selected.
!0 MEMORY CHANNEL NUMBER INDICATORS
Shows the selected memory channel number. (pgs. 7, 10)
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!3 BATTERY INDICATOR
➥ Both segments appear when the installed batteries have
ample capacity.
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• They do not appear when operating with an external power
source.
➥ Only the right segment “
” appears when the batteries are nearing exhaustion.
➥ Scrolls while charging the installed rechargeable batteries. (p. 6)
➥ Both segments blink when completely charged.
!4 ATTENUATOR INDICATOR (p. 13)
Appears when the RF attenuator is in use.
!1 SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR (p. 11)
Shows the relative signal strength while receiving signals.
!2 VOLUME EXCHANGE INDICATOR (p. 49)
Appears when the function of [DIAL] and [Y]/[Z] are
traded.
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BATTERY CHARGING
■ Battery installation
• NEVER incinerate used battery cells. Internal battery gas
may cause explosion.
Before installing, or replacing the batteries, push [PWR] for
1 sec. to turn the power OFF.
If your re-chargeable batteries seem to have no capacity even
after being charged, completely discharge them by leaving
the power ON overnight. Then fully charge the batteries
again. If the batteries still does not retain a charge (or very little charge), a new battery cells must be purchased.
qRemove the battery
cover from the receiver.
wInstall 2 R6 (AA) size NiCd or Ni-MH batteries.
• Be sure to observe the correct polarity.
Keep the battery contacts
clean to avoid rust or
poor contact. It’s a good
idea to clean the battery
terminals once a week.
■ Caution
D Battery caution
• CAUTION! NEVER short the battery terminals. Also, current
may flow into nearby metal objects such as a necklace, so
be careful when placing battery cells in handbags, etc.
• NEVER mix old and new batteries.
• Make sure all battery cells are the same brand, type and
capacity.
Either of the above may cause a fire hazard or damage the
receiver if ignored.
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D Charging caution
RWARNING! NEVER charge dry or alkaline batteries.
AVOID over charging— The installed re-chargeable batteries
can be charged during operation when the AC adapter or the
optional cigarette lighter cable is connected. To prevent over
charging, the IC-R5 has charging timer that automatically disconnecting the charging line electronically after 15 hours from
charging. However, the charging timer will reset and start
charging again when disconnect then re-connecting the AC
adapter or CP-18A/E more than 1 min. interval.
• Recommended temperature for charging:
±0˚C to +40˚C (; +32˚F to +140˚F)
• Connect the supplied (or optional for UK and Italy versions)
AC adapter or optional cigarette lighter cable only when
charging the installed Ni-Cd or Ni-MH batteries. NEVER use
other manufactures’ chargers.
CAUTION: BE SURE to disconnect the CP-18A/E from
the cigarette lighter socket when charging is finished, because, a slight current still follows in the CP-18A/E and the
vehicle’s battery will become exhausted.
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BATTERY CHARGING
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■ Battery charging
t Rotate [DIAL] to select “Y” then push [BAND•
D Charging connections
Optional CP-18A/E
Cigarette lighter cable
with DC-DC converter
].
2
[DIAL]
to cigarette
lighter socket
to [DC 6V]
jack
AC adapter
to AC outlet
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[BAND•
]
y The charging confirmation is displayed.
uRotate [DIAL] to select “Y” then push [BAND•
battery charging.
] to start
• Charging periods: Approx. 10 hours
D Charging description
q Install the Ni-Cd batteries. (See left page)
• Ni-MH batteries can also be charged.
wPlug the AC adapter into an AC outlet; or the optional CP18A/E into a cigarette lighter socket.
e Insert the adapter plug into [DC 6V] of the receiver.
r The battery type confirmation is displayed as above right.
• When no confirmation display is indicated, insert the adapter plug
while pushing [FUNC].
• Once the batteries are removed for more then 2 sec., the following operations are necessary.
• The battery indicator scrolls during charge as below.
• When the batteries are charged completely, the battery indicator (both segments) blinks.
• Takes approximately 10 hours for fully charge with the supplied
Ni-Cd cells.
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FREQUENCY AND CHANNEL SETTING
■ VFO and memory channels
■ Operating band selection
The IC-R5 has 2 normal operating modes: VFO mode and
memory mode.
The receiver can receive the AM broadcast, HF band,
50 MHz, FM broadcast, VHF air, 144 MHz, 300 MHz,
400 MHz, 800 MHz,* 1200 MHz, television channels or
Weather channels†.
VFO mode is used for the desired frequency setting within
the frequency coverage.
➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode.
Memory mode is used for the desired frequency setting
within the frequency coverage.
➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode.
• See p. 16 for memory programming details.
➥ Push [BAND•
quency band.
] several times to select the desired fre-
• When a memory mode is selected, push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode first, then push [BAND•
] to select the desired band.
➥ While pushing and holding [BAND•
also selects frequency band.
], rotating [DIAL]
• VFO mode indication
[DIAL]
FM
P SKIP
[DIAL]
• Memory mode indication
[V/M•S.MW•~]
FM
[BAND•
]
“
” and memory channel
number appear.
What is VFO?
VFO is an abbreviation of Variable Frequency Oscillator. Frequencies for receiving are generated and controlled by the
VFO.
7
Available frequency bands are differ depending on version.
See the specification for details.
*Some frequency ranges are inhibited for the USA version
due to local regulation.
†
Available for the USA version only.
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• Available frequency bands
AM
AM
FM
W FM
3
AM broadcast band
HF band
50 MHz band
FM broadcast band
FM
AM
Weather channels*
VHF air band
: Push
: Rotating
while pushing
W FM
FM
Showing initial frequencies are differ according to version.
*Available for the USA version only
†
Appears only when TV channels are programmed via the
optional CS-R5.
TV channels†
FM
1200 MHz band
FM
800 MHz band
FM
400 MHz band
144 MHz band
AM
300 MHz band
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FREQUENCY AND CHANNEL SETTING
■ Setting a frequency
■ Setting a tuning step
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode, if necessary.
w Select the desired frequency band with [BAND•
].
The tuning step can be selected for each frequency band,
however, the tuning steps, 8.33 kHz and 9 kHz, are appeared
when setting the tuning step for the VHF air band and AM
broadcast band, respectively. The following tuning steps are
available for the IC-R5.
• 5.0 kHz
• 6.25 kHz
• 8.33 kHz
• 9.0 kHz
• 10.0 kHz
• 12.5 kHz
• 15.0 kHz
• 20.0 kHz
• 25.0 kHz
• 30.0 kHz
• 50.0 kHz
• 100.0 kHz
• Or, while pushing and holding [BAND•
select the desired frequency band.
], rotate the [DIAL] to
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired frequency band.
• The frequency changes according to the preset tuning steps.
See the right section for setting the tuning step.
• While pushing and holding [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to change the
frequency in 1 MHz steps (default).
D Tuning step selection
FM
75
50
25
[DIAL]
[DIAL] changes the frequency
according to the selected tuning
step.
[FUNC]
FM
[BAND•
]
75
50
25
While pushing [FUNC], [DIAL]
changes the frequency in 1 MHz
steps (default).
The 1 MHz tuning step (dial select step) can be set to
100 kHz, 1 MHz or 10 MHz tuning steps in set mode. See
p. 15 for details.
9
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode, if necessary.
w Push [BAND•
] to select the desired frequency band.
• Or, while pushing and holding [BAND•
select the desired frequency band.
], rotate the [DIAL] to
e Push [TS•SET] to enter tuning step selecting condition.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired tuning step.
t Push [TS•SET] to return to VFO mode.
[DIAL]
[TS•SET]
5 kHz tuning step
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■ Selecting a memory channel
■ Lock function
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select the memory mode.
To prevent accidental frequency changes and unnecessary
function access, use the lock function.
•“
” appears when a memory channel is selected.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel.
• Only programmed memory channels can be selected.
• While pushing and holding [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select a
memory channel in 10 channels steps.
[DIAL]
➥ While pushing [FUNC], push [BAND•
turn the lock function ON and OFF.
3
] for 1 sec. to
•“
” appears while the lock function is activated.
• [SQL] and [Y]/[Z] can be used while the lock function is in use
with default setting. Either or both [SQL] and [Y]/[Z] keys are
also be locked in set mode. (p. 43)
FM
[FUNC]
FM
[V/M•S.MW•~]
[DIAL] changes the memory channel.
[FUNC]
[BAND•
P SKIP
VOL
]
“
” appears while the
lock function is in use.
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BASIC OPERATION
■ Receiving
■ Setting audio volume
Make sure charged Ni-Cd or brand new alkaline batteries are
installed (p. 5).
The audio level can be adjusted through 32 levels.
q Push [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn power ON.
w Push [Y] or [Z] to set the desired audio level.
• The frequency display shows the volume level while setting. See
the section at right for details.
e Set the receiving frequency. (p. 9)
r Set the squelch level. (p. 12)
➥ Push [Y] or [Z] to adjust the audio level.
• Beep tone sounds while setting. The tone sound let you know the
approximate sound level.
• Pushing and holding either key change the audio level continuously.
• The display shows the volume level while setting.
INDICATION
• While pushing [SQL], rotate [DIAL].
• The first click of [DIAL] indicates the current squelch level.
• “LEVEL 1” is loose squelch and “LEVEL 9” is tight squelch.
• “AUTO” indicates automatic level adjustment with a noise pulse
count system.
• Push and hold [SQL] to open the squelch manually.
AUDIO LEVEL
Minimum setting
(no audio)
[Y]
tWhen a signal is received:
• Squelch opens and audio is emitted.
• The S-meter shows the relative signal strength level.
[Z]
Initial setting
r Push for setting
the squelch
(Push to monitor)
w Set audio level
e Select band
11
e Set frequency
r Set squelch level
q [PWR]
Muximum setting
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■ Squelch level setting
■ Receive mode selection
The squelch circuit mutes the received audio signal depending on the signal strength. The receiver has 9 squelch levels,
a continuously open setting and an automatic squelch setting.
Receive modes are determined by the physical properties of
the radio signals. The receiver has 3 receive modes: FM, AM
and WFM modes. The mode selection is stored independently in each band and memory channels.
➥ While pushing and holding [SQL], rotate [DIAL] to select
the squelch level.
• “LEVEL 1” is loose squelch and “LEVEL 9” is tight squelch.
• “AUTO” indicates automatic level adjustment with a noise pulse
count system.
• “OPEN” indicates continuously open setting.
4
Typically, AM mode is used for the AM broadcast stations
(0.495–1.620 MHz) and air band (118–135.995 MHz), and
WFM is used for FM broadcast stations (76–107.9 MHz).
➥ Push [MODE•SCAN] several times to select the desired receive mode.
[DIAL]
FM
P SKIP
Automatic squelch
FM mode
[SQL]
AM
P SKIP
[MODE•SCAN]
Maximum level
AM mode
W FM
P SKIP
WFM mode
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BASIC OPERATION
■ Monitor function
■ Attenuator function
This function is used to listen to weak signals without disturbing the squelch setting or to open the squelch manually even
when mute functions such as the tone squelch are in use.
The attenuator prevents a desired signal from distorting when
very strong signals are near the desired frequency or when
very strong electric fields, such as from a broadcasting station, are near your location.
➥ Push and hold [SQL] to monitor the operating frequency.
• The 1st segment of the S-meter blinks.
➥ While pushing [FUNC], push [SQL] to toggle the attenuator
function ON and OFF.
• “ATT” appears when the attenuator functions is in use.
FM
P SKIP
FM
[SQL]
The 1st segment blinks
[FUNC]
P SKIP
ATT
[SQL]
“ATT” appears while the
attenuator functions is in
use.
The [SQL] switch can be set to ‘sticky’ operation in expanded set mode. See page 43 for details.
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■ Duplex operation
USING
EXPANDED SET MODE
Duplex communication uses 2 different frequencies for transmitting and receiving. Generally, duplex is used in communication through a repeater, some utility communications, etc.
During duplex operation, the transmit station frequency is
shifted from the receive station frequency by the offset frequency. Repeater information (offset frequency and shift direction) can be programmed into memory channels. (p. 16)
D Setting
q Set the receive station frequency (repeater output frequency).
w Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND.”
• “EXPAND” disappears after 1 sec. and “OFF” (default) and “EX”
appear.
r While pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select “ON.”
t Rotate [DIAL] to select “OFFSET.”
• “OFFSET” disappears after 1 sec. and “0.000” (default) and
“OW” appear.
4
After 1 sec.
Setting indication
Offset frequency item
yWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to set the desired offset frequency within 0.000–159.995 MHz range.
• The tuning step, selected in VFO mode, is used for setting.
u Rotate [DIAL] to select “DUP.”
• “DUP” disappears after 1 sec. and “OFF” (default) and “DP” appear.
[DIAL]
After 1 sec.
[FUNC]
Expanded set mode item
After 1 sec.
[TS•SET]
Setting indication
Duplex item
Setting indication
iWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select “–DUP” or
“+DUP.”
o Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
!0 Push and hold [SQL] to monitor the transmit station frequency (repeater input frequency) directly.
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BASIC OPERATION
■ Dial select step
[
This receiver has a 1 MHz tuning step for quick frequency
setting. This dial select step can be set to 100 kHz, 1 MHz or
10 MHz steps, as desired.
D Setting dial select step
q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].
w Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select “D SEL.”
• “D SEL” disappears after 1 sec. and “1M” (default) and “DS” appear.
rWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
dial select step.
• 100 kHz, 1 MHz and 10 MHz can be selected.
t Push [TS•SET] momentarily to exit set mode.
[DIAL]
1 MHz step
[FUNC]
[TS•SET]
10 MHz step
100 kHz step
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■ General description
■ Memory channel programming
The receiver has 1050 memory channels including 50 scan
edge memory channels (25 pairs) for storage of often-used
frequencies. And a total of 18 memory banks, A to H, J, L, N,
O to R, T, U and Y are available for usage by group, etc. Up
to 100 channels can be assigned into a bank.
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode.
w Set the desired frequency:
➥ Select the desired band with [BAND•
].
➥ Set the desired frequency with [DIAL].
➥ Set other data (e.g. offset frequency, duplex direction, tone
squelch, etc.), if desired.
ePush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory
write condition.
D Memory channel contents
The following information can be programmed into memory
channels:
• Operating frequency (p. 9)
• Receive mode (p. 12)
• Duplex direction (DUP or –DUP) with an offset frequency
(p. 14)
• Tone squelch or DTCS squelch ON/OFF (p. 35)
• Tone squelch frequency or DTCS code with polarity
(pgs. 36, 37)
• Scan skip information* (p. 30).
4
5
• 1 short and 1 long beep sound.
•“
” indicator memory channel number blink.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired channel.
• Scan edge channel, 00A/B to 24A/B can also be selected.
• While pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to selects memory channel
in 10 channels steps.
t Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.
• 3 beeps sound
• Memory channel number automatically increases when continuing to push [V/M•S.MW•~] after programming.
[EXAMPLE]: Programming 145.870 MHz into memory channel 20 (blank channel).
Push
FM
DUP T SQL
P SKIP
for 1 sec.
FM
Rotate
Push
for 1 sec.
FM
DUP T SQL
P SKIP
FM
DUP T SQL
P SKIP
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MEMORY CHANNELS
■ Memory bank setting
The IC-R5 has a total of 18 banks (A to H, J, L, N, O to R, T, U
and Y). Regular memory channels, 000 to 999, are assigned
into the desired bank for easy memory management.
qPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory
write condition.
rWhile pushing [BAND•
sired bank group.
], rotate [DIAL] to select the de-
• Bank group A to H, J, L, N, O to R, T, U and Y are available.
• The bank group can also be selected by pushing [BAND•
several times.
]
• 1 short and 1 long beep sound.
•“
” indicator memory channel number blink.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel.
eWhile pushing [MODE•SCAN], rotate [DIAL] to select
“BANK.”
• After releasing [MODE•SCAN], “-- -- -- --” is displayed instead of
the frequency indication, and only “
” indicator blinks.
• Bank group and channel number is displayed if the selected
memory channel has already been assigned into a bank, the
previous .
• “BANK” item can also be selected by pushing [MODE•SCAN]
several times.
Bank group is selected with [BAND•
t Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired bank channel number.
• Vacant bank channel numbers are only be displayed.
Bank channel is selected with [DIAL]
yPush [V/M•S.MW•~] momentarily to set the channel into
the bank.
[DIAL]
• Return to the previous indication.
[V/M•S.MW•~]
[MODE•SCAN]
[BAND•
17
]
]
After [MDE•SCAN]
released
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■ Memory bank selection
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode, if desired.
wWhile pushing [BAND•
], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired bank (A to H, J, L, N, O to R, T, U and Y).
• The bank can also be selected by pushing [BAND•
times.
• The only programmed banks are displayed.
FM
• The only programmed channels are displayed.
FM
DUP T SQL
] several
5
Bank initial
DUP T SQL
Bank chanel number
[DIAL]
Rotate [DIAL] while
pushing [BAND•
[V/M•S.MW•~]
[BAND•
eRotate [DIAL] to select the bank channel.
FM
rTo return to regular memory condition, rotate [DIAL] while
pushing [BAND•
], or push [BAND•
] several times.
]
DUP T SQL
]
Appears only the
programmed bank.
FM
Auto write channels
FM
R
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MEMORY CHANNELS
■ Programming memory/bank name
Each memory channel can be programmed with an alphanumeric channel name for easy recognition and can be indicated
independently by channel. Names can be a maximum of 6
characters.
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel.
ePush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory
write condition.
• 1 short and 1 long beep sound.
•“
” indicator and memory channel number blink.
FM
DUP T SQL
rWhile pushing [MODE•SCAN], rotate [DIAL] to select
“M NAME” or “B NAME” when programming the memory
name or the bank name, respectively.
• The item can also be selected by pushing [MODE•SCAN] several times.
• After releasing [MODE•SCAN], an under bar blinks for the first
digit instead of the frequency indication, and only “
” indicator
blinks.
Memory name selection
Bank name selection
tWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
character.
• The selected character blinks.
y Rotate [DIAL] to move the cursor to left or right.
Memory name
Bank name
uRepeat steps t and y until the desired 6-character channel names are displayed.
iPush [MODE•SCAN] several times, or rotate [DIAL] while
pushing [MODE•SCAN] to select “S.MW” item.
oPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to program the name and
exit the channel name programming condition.
• 3 beeps sound.
• Available characters
A to Z, 0 to 9, (, ), ✱, +, –, ,, /, |, = and space.
NOTE: The bank name can only be programmed into each
bank. Therefore, previously programmed bank name will
be displayed when bank name indication is selected. And
also, the programmed bank name is assigned for the other
bank channels automatically.
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■ Selecting display type
During memory mode operation, one of the programmed
memory name, bank name or the channel number can be displayed instead of the frequency for your preference.
FM
D Selecting bank channel indication
During bank channel operation, the bank channel number can
also be displayed instead of the memory channel number indication.
DUP T SQL
Memory channel No. indication
FM
FM
5
DUP T SQL
Push [BAND•
]
while pushing [FUNC]
[FUNC]
[BAND•
Bank channel No. indication
DUP T SQL
]
FM
DUP T SQL
Push [BAND•
FM
]
FM
R
FM
When no memory or bank
name is programmed with the
selected memory channel,
frequency is displayed on the
function display.
DUP T SQL
Auto write channel No.
Bank channel No. indication
➥ After selecting channel number indication as described at
left, push [BAND•
] to select the desired bank.
FM
DUP T SQL
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode.
• [BAND•
] to select the desired bank group.
wWhile pushing [FUNC], push [BAND•
] to select display
type from frequency, bank name, memory name and channel number indications.
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MEMORY CHANNELS
■ Copying memory contents
This function transfers a memory channel’s contents to VFO
(or another memory channel). This is useful when searching
for signals around a memory channel frequency and for recalling the offset frequency, subaudible tone frequency etc.
Pushing [V/M•S.MW•~] for 2 sec. at the step w, can
also be copied the memory contents to VFO. In this case,
the steps e and r are not necessary.
D Memory➪VFO
D Memory➪memory
q Select the memory channel to be copied.
➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode, then rotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel.
q Select the memory channel to be transferred.
➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode, then rotate the tuning dial to select the desired memory channel.
wPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory
write condition.
• Select the bank channel with [BAND•
sired.
] and [DIAL], if de-
wPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory
write condition.
• 1 short and 1 long beep sound.
•“
” indicator memory channel number blink.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select “VF.”
r Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. again.
• 1 short and 1 long beep sound.
•“
” indicator memory channel number blink.
• Do not hold [V/M•S.MW•~] for more than 1 sec. otherwise the
memory contents will be copied to VFO.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the target memory channel.
r Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. again to transfer.
• VFO mode is selected automatically.
[EXAMPLE]: Copying channel 20 to 51.
Select memory channel
Push
FM
21
DUP T SQL
for 1 sec.
FM
Rotate
DUP T SQL
Push
for 1 sec.
FM
DUP T SQL
P SKIP
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■ Memory clearing
Contents of programmed memories can be cleared (blanked),
if desired.
qPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory
write condition.
• 1 short and 1 long beeps sound.
•“
” indicator and memory channel number blink.
• Do not hold [V/M•S.MW•~] for more than 2 sec. otherwise the
memory contents will be copied to VFO.
wRotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel to be
cleared.
eWhile pushing [MODE•SCAN], rotate [DIAL] to select
“CLEAR.”
• After releasing [MODE•SCAN], “CLR” is displayed instead of the
frequency indication, and only “
” indicator blinks.
• “CLEAR” item can also be selected by pushing [MODE•SCAN]
several times.
r Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to clear the contents.
• 3 beeps sound.
• Return to VFO or memory mode, if VFO is selected before performing the step q.
• Return to select memory write conditions if memory mode is selected before performing the step q.— “
” indicator memory
and channel number blink. Push [V/M•S.MW•~] momentarily
to return to memory mode.
Push
5
for 1 sec.
While pushing [FUNC], push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.
after the step w is operated can also be cleared the memory contents. In this case, the steps e and r are not necessary.
[DIAL]
[V/M•S.MW•~]
After [MODE•SCAN]
released
☞NOTE: Be careful!— the contents of cleared memories
CANNOT be re-called even in bank channel operation.
[MODE•SCAN]
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■ Transferring memory contents
Contents of programmed memory channels can be transferred to another memory.
[DIAL]
qPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to enter select memory
write condition.
• 1 short and 1 long beeps sound.
•“
” indicator and memory channel number blink.
• Do not hold [V/M•S.MW•~] for more than 2 sec. otherwise the
memory contents will be copied to VFO.
wRotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel to be
transferred.
eWhile pushing [MODE•SCAN], rotate [DIAL] to select
“CLEAR” item.
• Example— Transferring the
contents of memory channel
20 to channel 30.
Steps q and w
FM
DUP T SQL
[V/M•S.MW•~]
[MODE•SCAN]
[FUNC]
Step e
Step r
• Pushing [MODE•SCAN] several times also “CLEAR” item is selectable.
r Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.
• The displayed contents are cleared.
CONVENIENT!:
Instead of the steps e and r operations, while pushing
and holding [FUNC], push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. also
clearing the contents.
Step t
Step y
FM
t Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired target memory channel.
y Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to transfer the contents.
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■ Erasing/transferring bank contents
Contents of programmed memory channels can be or transferred to another memory.
INFORMATION: Even if the memory bank contents are
cleared, the memory channel contents still remain programmed.
qSelect the desired bank contents to be transferred or
erased from the bank.
➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode.
➥ While pushing [BAND•
], rotate the [DIAL] to select
the desired memory bank group.
➥ Rotate [DIAL] to select the bank channel.
• Bank initial stops blinking.
• Select the bank channel with [BAND•
sired.
• Bank initial blinks.
] and [DIAL], if de-
wPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to enter select memory
write condition.
• 1 short and 1 long beeps sound.
• Displays the original memory channel number automatically and
“
” indicator and memory channel number blink.
• Do not hold [V/M•S.MW•~] for more than 2 sec. otherwise the
bank contents will be copied to VFO.
Push
FM
DUP T SQL
eWhile pushing [MODE•SCAN], rotate [DIAL] to select
“BANK” item.
• Pushing [MODE•SCAN] several times, “BANK” item is also selectable.
rWhile pushing [BAND•
], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired bank group to be transfer.
5
• Select “-- -- -- --” indication when erasing the contents from the
bank.
When transferring
When erasing
t Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired bank channel.
yWhile pushing [MODE•SCAN], rotate [DIAL] to select
“S.MW” item.
• Pushing [MODE•SCAN] several times, “S.MW” item is also selectable.
u Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.
for 1 sec.
FM
DUP T SQL
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SCAN OPERATION
■ Scan types
Scanning searches for signals automatically and makes it
easier to locate new stations for contact or listening purposes.
FULL SCAN (p. 26)
150
kHz
1303.995
MHz
Some frequency ranges are
not scanned according to the
frequency coverage of the receiver’s version.
Scan
Jump
PROGRAMMED SCAN
(p. 26)
Band
edge
Scan edges
Band
xxB edge
xxA
Scan
Jump
ALL/SELECTED BANK
SCAN (p. 28)
SKIP
A00
A01
A02
A99
Repeatedly scans between
two user-programmed frequencies. Used for checking
for frequencies within a specified range such as repeater
output frequencies, etc.
Repeatedly scans all bank
channels or selected bank
channels. The skip scan is
also available.
SELECTED BAND SCAN Repeatedly scans all frequen(p. 26)
Band
edge
Band
edge
A05
A04
SKIP
cies over the entire selected
band.
Scan
Jump
MEMORY (SKIP) SCAN
(p. 28)
SKIP
M1
M2
M3
M 199
M6
M5
M0
M4
SKIP
FREQUENCY/MEMORY
SKIP FUNCTION (p. 30)
Band
edge
Band
edge
Scan
A03
A98
25
Repeatedly scans all frequencies over the entire band.
There are 7 scan types and 4 resume conditions to suit your
operating needs.
SKIP
Jump
SKIP
Repeatedly scans memory
channels except those set as
skip channels. Skip channels
can be turned ON and OFF
by pushing [FUNC] +
[V/M•S.MW•~] in memory
mode.
Skips unwanted frequencies
or channels that inconveniently stop scanning. This
function can be turned ON
and OFF by pushing [FUNC]
+ [V/M•S.MW•~] in either
VFO or memory mode.
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■ Full/band/programmed scan
q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].
• Select the desired frequency band with [BAND•
t To start the scan, push [MODE•SCAN].
], if desired.
w Set the squelch to the point where noise is just muted.
ePush [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to enter scanning type selection condition.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired scanning type.
• “ALL” for full scan; “BAND” for band scan, “PROGxx” for programmed scan (xx= 0 to 24; programmed scan edges numbers
only displayed)
• Scan pauses when a signal is received.
• Rotate [DIAL] to change the scanning direction, or resumes
manually.
• Push [MODE•SCAN] again to stop the scan.
• During full/band scan
FM
P SKIP
• During programmed scan
FM
P SKIP
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• Full scan selection
[DIAL]
• Band scan selection
[MODE•SCAN]
NOTE: Instead of the steps e to t operations, while
pushing and holding [MODE•SCAN], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired scan type. In this case, scan starts when
releasing [MODE•SCAN].
About the scanning steps: The selected tuning step in
each frequency band (in VFO mode) is used during scan.
• Programmed scan selection
Selectable between “ 0” to “24”
if programmed
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SCAN OPERATION
■ Scan edges programming
Scan edges can be programmed in the same manner as
memory channels. Scan edges are programmed into scan
edges, 00A/00B to 24A/24B, in memory channels.
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select VFO mode.
w Set the desired frequency:
➥ Select the desired band with [BAND•
].
➥ Set the desired frequency with [DIAL].
➥ Set other data (e.g. offset frequency, duplex direction, tone
squelch, etc.), if desired.
ePush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to select select memory
write condition.
t Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.
• 3 beeps sound
• The other scan edge channel “B,” 00B to 24B, automatically selected when continuing to push [V/M•S.MW•~] after programming.
yTo program a frequency for the other pair of scan edges,
00B or 24B, repeat steps w and r.
• If the same frequency is programmed into a pair of scan edges,
programmed scan will not function.
[DIAL]
• 1 short and 1 long beeps sound.
•“
” indicator and memory channel number blink.
rRotate [DIAL] to select the desired programmed scan edge
channel from 00A to 24A.
[V/M•S.MW•~]
[EXAMPLE]: Programming 145.300 MHz into scan edges 03A.
Push
FM
27
P SKIP
for 1 sec.
FM
Rotate
Push
for 1 sec.
FM
P SKIP
FM
P SKIP
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■ Memory/bank/all bank scan
q Select memory mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].
• Select the desired bank with [BAND•
] for bank scan.
w Set the squelch to the point where noise is just muted.
e Push [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to;
• When memory mode is selected at the step q:
- start memory scan.
• When a bank channel is selected at the step q:
- enter scan type selection mode.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired scanning type.
tPush [MODE•SCAN] momentarily to start all bank or bank
scan.
• Scan pauses when a signal is received.
• Rotate [DIAL] to change the scanning direction, or resumes
manually.
y To stop the scan, push [MODE•SCAN].
• During memory/all bank scan
W FM AM DUP T SQL
DTCS
• During bank scan
W FM AM DUP T SQL
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DTCS
• “ALL” for all bank scan; “BANK” for bank scan.
[DIAL]
• All bank scan selection
IMPORTANT!: To perform memory or bank scan, 2 or
more memory/bank channels MUST be programmed, otherwise the scan never starts.
[MODE•SCAN] • Bank scan selection
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SCAN OPERATION
■ Auto memory write scan
This scan is useful for searching a specified frequency range
and automatically storing busy frequencies into memory
channels. The same frequency ranges used for program scan
are used for auto memory write scan.
q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].
wPush [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to enter scanning type selection condition.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired scanning type.
• “ALL” for full scan; “BAND” for band scan, “PROGxx” for programmed scan (xx= 0 to 24; programmed scan edges numbers
only displayed)
r Push [MODE•SCAN] to start the scan.
tPush [V/M•S.MW•~] to turn the automatic memory write
function ON and OFF.
•“
- 2 short beeps sound when stored.
• Scan resumes after frequency storing.
• When all channels are stored, the scan cancels automatically and 1 long beep sounds.
D Re-calling the stored frequencies:
qPush [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode.
wPush [BAND•
] several times, or while pushing
[BAND•
], rotate [DIAL] to select the auto memory write
channel group.
• “R” appears.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired channel.
FM
R
” indicator blinks.
[DIAL]
• During auto memory
write scan
FM
[MODE•SCAN]
“
” indicator blinks during auto memory write
scan.
yPush [MODE•SCAN] to stop scan.
“R” appears when auto memory
write channel group is selected.
P SKIP
[V/M•S.MW•~]
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D During auto-memory write scanning:
• When signal is received, scan pauses and the frequency is
stored into auto memory write channel group (R000–R199).
D Clearing the stored frequencies:
q Select the auto memory write channel group.
wWhile pushing [FUNC], push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to
clear the all channels contents.
• 1 short and 1 long beeps sound.
NOTE: The auto memory write channel contents CANNOT
be cleared by an independent channel. Thus it is good idea
to copy the contents into regular memory channel.
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■ Skip channel/frequency setting
Memory channels can be set to be skipped for memory skip
scan. In addition, memory channels can be set to be skipped
for both memory skip scan and frequency skip scan. These
are useful to speed up the scan interval.
q Select a memory channel:
➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode.
➥ Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired channel to be a skip
channel/frequency.
wPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to enter select memory
write condition.
e Push [MODE•SCAN] several times to select “SKIP” item.
• While pushing [MODE•SCAN], rotating [DIAL] can also select
“SKIP” item.
rWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the skip condition from “SKIP,” “PSKIP” or “OFF” for the selected channel.
• SKIP : The channel is skipped during memory or bank scan.
• PSKIP : The channel is skipped during memory/bank scan and
the programmed frequency is skipped during VFO scan,
such as programmed scan.
• OFF : The channel or programmed frequency is scanned during any scan.
tPush [MODE•SCAN] several times, or while pushing and
holding [MODE•SCAN] rotate [DIAL] to select “S.MW” item.
yPush [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec. to set the skip condition.
• “SKIP” or “P SKIP” indicator appears, according to the skip selection in the step r.
• Skip channel setting
FM
[DIAL]
6
SKIP
• Program skip setting
FM
P SKIP
• Skip setting
“SKIP” appears
[MODE•SCAN]
“P SKIP” appears
✔ CONVENIENT!
The skip setting can also be set with the following operation
for easy setting.
qSelect the desired memory channel to be set as a skip
channel/frequency.
wWhile pushing [FUNC], push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select the
skip condition from “SKIP,” “P SKIP” and “OFF (no indication).”
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SCAN OPERATION
■ Scan resume condition
USING
EXPANDED SET MODE
D Scan pause timer
D Scan resume timer
The scan pauses when receiving signals according to the
scan pause time. It can be set from 2–20 sec. or unlimited.
The scan re-starts after a signal disappears according to the
resume time. it can be set from 0–5 sec. or unlimited.
q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND” item.
eWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to turn the expand set
mode selection ON.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select “PAUSE” item.
tWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to set the desired
scan pausing time from 2–20 sec. (2 sec. steps) and
“HOLD.”
q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND” item.
eWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to turn the expand set
mode selection ON.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select “RESUME” item.
tWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to set the desired
scan pausing time from 0–5 sec. (1 sec. steps) and
“HOLD.”
• “2SEC”–“20SEC”: Scan pauses 2–20 sec. while receiving a signal.
• “HOLD”
: Scan pauses on a received a signal until it
disappears.
y Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
• Pause timer setting
• “0SEC”
: Scan restarts immediately after the signal disappears.
• “1SEC”–“5SEC” : Scan restarts 1–5 sec. after the signal disappears.
• “HOLD”
: Scan restarts by rotating [DIAL] only.
y Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
• Resume timer setting
[DIAL]
[DIAL]
[FUNC]
After 1 sec.
[TS•SET]
[FUNC]
After 1 sec.
[TS•SET]
Setting indication
Setting indication
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■ Priority watch types
Priority watch checks for signals on a frequency every 5 sec.
while operating on a VFO frequency or scanning. The receiver has 3 priority watch types to suit your needs.
The watch resumes according to the selected scan resume
condition. See the left page for details.
NOTES:
If the pocket beep function is activated, the receiver automatically selects the tone squelch function when priority
watch starts.
D About priority beep function
When receiving a signal on the priority frequency, you can be
alerted with beeps and a blinking “S.” This function can be
activated when setting the priority watch function ON.
MEMORY CHANNEL WATCH
While operating on a VFO frequency, priority watch checks for
a signal on the selected memory
channel every 5 sec.
5 sec.
VFO
frequency
Memory
channel
• A memory channel with skip information can be watched.
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7
MEMORY SCAN WATCH
While operating on a VFO frequency, priority watch checks for
signals on each memory channel in sequence.
5 sec.
Mch 000
VFO
frequency
• The memory skip function and/or
memory bank scan is useful to
speed up the scan.
SKIP Mch 001
Mch 001
Mch 999
VFO SCAN WATCH
While scanning on VFO mode,
priority watch checks for signals
on the selected memory channel every 5 sec.
5 sec.
VFO
scan
Memory
channel
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PRIORITY WATCH
■ Priority watch operation
D Memory channel watch and memory scan watch
q Select VFO mode; then, set an operating frequency.
• TV channel can also be selected.
w Set the watching channel(s).
For memory channel watch:
Select the desired memory channel.
For memory scan watch:
Select memory mode, or the desired bank group; then,
push [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to start memory/bank scan.
e Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select “PRIO” item.
t While pushing [FUNC], rotate to turn the priority watch ON.
• Select “BELL” if the priority beep function is necessary.
• Priority setting item
[DIAL]
[FUNC]
y Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode and start the watch.
• “PRIO” indicator appears.
• The receiver checks the memory/bank channel(s) every 5 sec.
• The watch resumes according to the selected scan resume condition. (p. 31)
• During priority watch
FM
Monitors VFO frequency
for 5 sec.
• Priority ON
FM
PRIO
Pauses on a memory
(bank) channel when a
signal is received.
• During priority watch with priority beep
FM
[TS•SET]
P SKIP
PRIO
P SKIP
PRIO
FM
Emits beep and blinks “S” indicator when a signal is
received on a memory (bank) channel.
u Push [TS•SET] to cancel the watch.
• Priority beep ON
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PRIO
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D VFO scan watch
q Select memory mode.
• Select a memory bank, if desired.
wPush [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to start memory/bank scan,
if desired.
When scanning memory/bank channels:
Starts memory/bank scan first. Memory/bank scan cannot be started after VFO scan is started.
e Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select “PRIO” item.
t While pushing [FUNC], rotate to turn the priority watch ON.
• During VFO scan watch
FM
P SKIP
PRIO
Searches VFO frequencies for 5 sec.
FM
PRIO
Pauses on a memory
(bank) channel when a
signal is received.
• During VFO scan watch with priority beep
FM
P SKIP
PRIO
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FM
PRIO
• Select “BELL” if the priority beep function is necessary.
y Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode and start the watch.
• “PRIO” indicator appears.
uPush [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec. to enter scan type selection
condition.
iRotate [DIAL] to select the desired scan type from “ALL,”
“BAND” and “PROGxx (xx= 0–24).”
o Push [MODE•SCAN] to start the VFO scan watch.
Emits beep and blinks “S” indicator when a signal is
received on a memory (bank) channel.
• The receiver checks the memory channel(s) every 5 sec.
• The watch resumes according to the selected scan resume condition. (p. 31)
!0 Push [TS•SET] to cancel the watch and scan.
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TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP
■ Tone/DTCS squelch operation
The tone or DTCS squelch opens only when receiving a signal with the same pre-programmed subaudible tone or DTCS
code, respectively. You can silently wait for the specified signal using the same tone.
q Set the desired frequency in FM mode.
w Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND” item.
rWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to turn the expanded
set mode ON.
t Rotate [DIAL] to select “TSQL” item.
yWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
subaudible tone condition from “TSQL,” “P BEEP,” “DTCS,”
“P DTCS” and “OFF.”
Tone squelch selection
Tone squelch with pocket
beep function selection
u Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
• One of “TSQL,” TSQLS,” “DTCS” or “SDTCS” appears according to the tone selection in the step y.
FM
T SQL
P SKIP
Tone squelch selection
FM
DTCS selection
DTCS P SKIP
FM
T SQL
P SKIP
Tone squelch with pocket
beep function selection
FM
DTCS P SKIP
DTCS with pocket beep
function selection
iWhen a signal with the matched tone is received, the
squelch opens and the receiver emits audio.
When pocket beep function is activated, the receiver also
emits beep tones and blinks “S”.
• Beep tones sound and “S” blinks for 30 sec.
o Push [FUNC] to stop the beeps and blinking manually.
• “S” disappears and the pocket beep function is deactivated.
DTCS selection
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DTCS with pocket beep
function selection
!0 To cancel the tone squelch or DTCS, select “OFF” with the
“TSQL” item in the expanded set mode, as described in the
step y.
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■ Tone squelch frequency/DTCS code setting
88.5 Hz and 023 is set as the default for the tone squelch frequency and the DTCS code, respectively. The frequency and
code can be selected as desired.
q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND” item.
eWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to turn the expanded
set mode ON.
rRotate [DIAL] to select “TONE” item when selecting the
tone squelch frequency; select “CODE” item when selecting the DTCS code.
Tone squelch frequency selection
After
1 sec.
DTCS code selection
After
1 sec.
• Available tone frequency list
67.0
69.3
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
91.5
94.8
97.4
100.0
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
118.8
123.0
127.3
131.8
136.5
141.3
146.2
151.4
156.7
159.8
162.2
165.5
167.9
171.3
173.8
177.3
179.9
183.5
186.2
189.9
192.8
196.6
199.5
203.5
206.5
210.7
218.1
225.7
229.1
233.6
241.8
250.3
254.1
NOTE: The receiver has 50 tone frequencies and consequently their spacing is narrow compared to units having
38 tones. Therefore, some tone frequencies may receive
interference from adjacent tone frequencies.
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• Available DTCS code list
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
047
051
053
054
065
071
072
073
074
114
115
116
122
125
131
132
134
143
145
152
155
156
162
165
172
174
205
212
223
225
226
243
244
245
246
251
252
255
261
263
265
266
271
274
306
311
315
325
331
332
343
346
351
356
364
365
371
411
412
413
423
431
432
445
446
452
454
455
462
464
465
466
503
506
516
523
526
532
546
565
606
612
624
627
631
632
654
662
664
703
712
723
731
732
734
743
754
tWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
subaudible tone frequency or DTCS code.
• See the tables at right.
y Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
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■ DTCS polarity setting
As well as the code setting, the polarity setting is also available for the DTCS operation. When a different polarity is set,
the DTCS never releases audio mute even a signal with
matched code number is received.
q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND” item.
eWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to turn the expanded
set mode ON.
rRotate [DIAL] to select “DTCS P” item.
[DIAL]
[FUNC]
[TS•SET]
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After 1 sec.
tWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the polarity
from normal (NORMAL) and reverse (REV).
Normal polarity
y Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
Reverse polarity
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■ Tone scan
By monitoring a signal that is being operated with pocket
beep, tone or DTCS squelch function, you can determine the
tone frequency or DTCS code necessary to open a squelch.
qSet the frequency to be checked for a tone frequency or
code.
wTurn the desired tone type, tone squelch or DTCS, ON in
expanded set mode.
• One of “TSQL” or “DTCS” appears.
• Even the pocket beep function is activated, the function is cancelled when starts the tone scan.
eWhile pushing [FUNC], push [MODE•SCAN] to start the
tone scan.
• To change the scanning direction, rotate [DIAL].
Tone squelch scan
r When the CTCSS tone frequency or 3-digit DTCS code is
matched, the squelch opens and the tone frequency or
code is temporarily programmed into the selected condition, such as memory channel.
• The tone scan pauses when a CTCSS tone frequency or 3-digit
DTCS code is detected.
☞ NOTE: The decoded tone frequency or code is programmed temporarily when a memory channel is selected. However, this will be cleared when the memory
channel is re-selected.
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✔ For your convenient!
Even no tone type is selected, either tone squelch or DTCS,
pushing [MODE•SCAN] while pushing and holding [FUNC]
also start tone scan. In this case, the tone scan searching for
tone squelch frequency only.
[FUNC]
[MODE•SCAN]
DTCS scan
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SET MODE
■ General
Set mode is used for programming infrequently changed values or conditions of functions.
In addition, the IC-R5 has an expanded set mode which is
used for programming even more infrequently changed values or conditions of functions. When turning the expanded
set mode OFF, only half of the set mode items are displayed
for simple operation.
D Set mode entering and operation
q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired item.
eWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
value or condition.
rPush [TS•SET] to exit set mode, or rotate [DIAL] to select
another set mode item.
[DIAL]
[FUNC]
[TS•SET]
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D Expanded set mode ON/OFF
q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select “EXPAND” item.
eWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to turn the expanded
set mode ON and OFF.
Expanded set mode OFF
Expanded set mode ON
r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired item.
tWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
value or condition.
yPush [TS•SET] to exit set mode, or rotate [DIAL] to select
another item.
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■ Set mode items
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• Monitor switch action (p. 43)
• Auto power OFF (p. 44)
• Scan pause timer (p. 44)
• Scan resume timer (p. 44)
• Scan stop beep (p. 44)
• Offset frequency (p. 45)
• Duplex direction (p. 45)
• Tone squelch (p. 45)
• Tone frequency (p. 46)
• DTCS code (p. 46)
• DTCS polarity (p. 46)
• LCD contrast (p. 47)
The following items are available in the set mode and expanded set mode.
D General set mode items
• Dial select step (p. 41)
• Key-touch beep (p. 41)
• Display backlighting (p. 41)
• Antenna selection* (p. 42)
• Priority watch (p. 41)
• Beep output level (p. 41)
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• Power save (p. 42)
• Expanded set mode (p. 39)
*Appears when accessing set mode from AM broadcast band or FM
broadcast band only.
• Weather alert† (p. 47)
D Expanded set mode items
• Key lock effect (p. 43)
• Dial speed acceleration (p. 43)
Available for the USA version only.
†
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D Dial select step
D Beep output level
Select the tuning step while pushing [FUNC] from 100 kHz,
1 MHz (default) and 10 MHz.
Adjust the key-touch beep tone level to the desired level
within 32 levels or to the related level with volume control.
• VOLUME
: The beep tone level is linked with the volume set level. (default)
• _ _ _ _ _ _ – ooo ooo
: The beep tone level is fixed in 32 steps.
The key-touch beep (previous item) must be set to ON to
have a beep tone.
1 MHz step
100 kHz step
D Priority watch
Turn the priority watch or priority beep (priority watch with
beep emission capability) ON.
(default: OFF)
• ON
: Start priority watch after exiting set mode.
• BELL : Emits beeps and blinking “S” indicator when
a signal is received on the priority frequency.
Priority watch ON
Priority beep ON
D Key-touch beep
The key-touch beep can be turned OFF for silent operation.
(default: ON)
Related to volume level
D Display backlighting
The receiver has display backlighting with a 5 sec. timer for
nighttime operation. The backlighting can be turned ON continuously or turned OFF, if desired.
• AUTO : Lights when some operation is performed, goes
out after 5 sec. (default)
• ON
: Lights continuously during receiver power is ON.
• OFF : Never lights.
Auto setting
Key-touch beep ON
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Key-touch beep OFF
Fixed output level
Continuously ON setting
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D Power save
D Antenna selection
The power save function reduces the current drain to conserve battery power. This power save function can be turned
OFF, if desired.
In the default setting (“ON” selection), the power save function is activated in 1:4 (125 msec.: 500 msec.) ratio when no signal is received for 5 sec. The ratio becomes 1:8 (125 msec.:
1 sec.) when no signal is received for another 60 sec.
Power save ON
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Power save OFF
This item appears only when accessing set mode from
AM or FM broadcast band, 0.495–1.620 MHz or
76.000–107.995 MHz (differ according to version), respectively. And the selectable condition is differ according to the selected band.
Select using antenna for the AM or FM broadcast band reception independently.
• EXT : Use the antenna connected to the antenna connector. (default)
• BAR : Use the internal bar antenna for AM broadcast
band reception. (This selection appears only
when accessing set mode from AM broadcast
band.)
• EAR : Use the connected earphone’s cable as the antenna for FM broadcast band reception. (This selection appears only when accessing set mode
from FM broadcast band.)
External antenna
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Internal bar antenna
Connected earphone cable
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SET MODE
D Key lock effect
D Dial speed acceleration
While the key lock function is ON, [Y]/[Z] and [SQL] can still
be accessed. Accessible switches can be set to one of 4
groups.
[PWR] and [FUNC]+[BAND•
] are also accessible during
the lock, however, these switches are not effected by this setting.
• NORMAL : [Y]/[Z] and [SQL] are accessible. (default)
• NO SQL : [SQL] is accessible.
• NO VOL : [Y]/[Z] are accessible.
• ALL
: No accessible switch is available, except
[PWR] and [FUNC]+[BAND•
].
The dial speed acceleration automatically speeds up the tuning dial speed when rotating [DIAL] rapidly.
• ON
: The dial speed acceleration is tuned ON.
(default)
• OFF : The dial speed acceleration is turned OFF.
The acceleration ON
The acceleration OFF
D Monitor switch action
Normal lock condition
Squelch level can be adjusted
Audio output can be adjusted
Receiver power and lock
function only switchable
The monitor switch, [SQL], can be set as a ‘sticky’ switch.
When set to the sticky condition, each push of [SQL] toggles
the monitor function ON and OFF.
• PUSH : Pushing and holding [SQL] to monitor the frequency. (default)
• HOLD : Push [SQL] momentarily to monitor the frequency and push momentarily again to cancel it.
Push to monitor
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Push and hold [SQL] to monitor
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D Auto power OFF
D Scan resume timer
The receiver can be set to automatically turn OFF after a
specified period with a beep when no key operations are performed.
Selects scan resume time. Scan resumes after the specified
period when the received signal disappears.
•0
: Scan resumes immediately when the received
signal disappears.
• 1–5
: Scan pause 1–5 sec. after the received signal
disappears. (default: 2 sec.)
• HOLD : Scan pauses on the received signal even if it
disappears. Rotate [DIAL] to resume manually.
30 min., 1 hour, 1.5 hours, 2 hours and OFF (default) can be
specified. The specified period is retained even when the receiver is turned OFF by the auto power OFF function. To cancel the function, select “OFF” in this set mode.
30 min. timer
2 hrs. timer
Scan resumes after 2 sec.
Scan resumes manually
D Scan pause timer
D Scan stop beep
Selects the scan pause time. When receiving signals, the
scan pauses according to the scan pause time.
• 2–20 : Scan pauses for 2–20 sec. on a received signal,
and selected in 2 sec. steps. (default: 10 sec.)
• HOLD : Scan pauses on a received signal until it disappears. Rotate [DIAL] to resume manually.
Turns the scan stop beep function ON and OFF.
When the function is activated (“ON” is selected), a long beep
will sounds each time when signal is received during scan.
No beep is sound when
receiving a signal
Scan pauses for 10 sec.
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A long beep is sound when
receiving a signal
Scan pauses until signal
disappears
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SET MODE
D Offset frequency
D Tone squelch
Sets the duplex offset frequency for each frequency band independently within 0 to 159.995 MHz range. During duplex
operation (–DUP or +DUP), the monitoring frequency (while
[SQL] is pushed) shifts the set frequency.
Sets tone or DTCS squelch operation and pocket beep capability, when waiting for the desired signal.
• OFF
: Regular noise squelch operation. (default)
• TSQL
: Using tone squelch. The squelch opens only
when a signal with matched subaudible tone
is received.
• P BEEP : In addition to the “TSQL” setting, alert beeps
will sound when a signal with matched tone is
received.
• DTCS
: Using DTCS squelch. The squelch opens
only when a signal with matched DTCS code
is received.
• P DTCS : In addition to the “DTCS” setting, alert beeps
will sound when a signal with matched DTCS
code is received.
The default value may differ according to the selected frequency band (before accessing set mode) and receiver version.
The selected tuning step in VFO mode is used for the offset frequency setting.
D Duplex direction
Sets the duplex direction. The displaying frequency shifts the
programmed frequency in offset frequency above when monitor function is in use (while pushing [SQL]).
• OFF
: Simplex operation. (default)
• –DUP
: The displaying frequency shifts down during monitor.
• +DUP
: The displaying frequency shifts up during
monitor.
Simplex operation
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Positive duplex operation
Tone squelch operation
Pocket beep operation
DTCS squelch operation
DTCS beep operation
The subaudible tone frequency and DTCS code is programmed in the tone frequency and DTCS code item, respectively.
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D Tone frequency
D DTCS code
Sets subaudible tone frequency for tone squelch operation.
Total of 50 tone frequencies (67.0–254.1 Hz) are available.
(default: 88.5 Hz)
Sets DTCS code for DTCS squelch operation. Total of 104
codes (023–754) are available.
(default: 023)
88.5 Hz setting
254.1 Hz setting
Code 023 setting
• Available subaudible tone frequencies
67.0
69.3
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
91.5
94.8
97.4
100.0
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
118.8
123.0
127.3
131.8
136.5
141.3
146.2
151.4
156.7
159.8
162.2
165.5
167.9
171.3
173.8
177.3
179.9
183.5
Code 754 setting
• Available DTCS code
186.2
189.9
192.8
196.6
199.5
203.5
206.5
210.7
218.1
225.7
229.1
233.6
241.8
250.3
254.1
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
047
051
053
054
065
071
072
073
074
114
115
116
122
125
131
132
134
143
145
152
155
156
162
165
172
174
205
212
223
225
226
243
244
245
246
251
252
255
261
263
265
266
271
274
306
311
315
325
331
332
343
346
351
356
364
365
371
411
412
413
423
431
432
445
446
452
454
455
462
464
465
466
503
506
516
523
526
532
546
565
606
612
624
627
631
632
654
662
664
703
712
723
731
732
734
743
754
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The polarity can also be set in “DTCS polarity” as follow.
D DTCS polarity
Sets DTCS polarity from normal and reverse.
(default: NORMAL)
Normal setting
Reverse setting
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SET MODE
D LCD contrast
Sets the LCD contrast within 1 (light) to 4 (dark) levels as desired.
(default: 3)
Contraset 3 setting
Contraset 4 setting
D Weather alert function
U.S.A. version only
Turns weather alert function ON and OFF.
Weather alert OFF
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Weather alert ON
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■ Antenna selection
USING
EXPANDED SET MODE
The IC-R5 has an internal bar antenna for receiving AM
broadcast band (0.495–1.620 MHz) signals. In addition, the
connected earphone’s cable can be used as an antenna for
receiving FM broadcast band (76.000–107.995 MHz; differ according to version) signals.
tWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select “BAR” when
set mode has accessed from the AM broadcast band; select “EAR” when set mode has accessed from the FM
broadcast band.
D Selecting antenna
q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].
wPush [BAND•
] several times, or while pushing
[BAND•
] rotate [DIAL] to select the AM or FM broadcast band.
e Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select “ANT” item.
• “ANT” disappears after 1 sec. and “EXT” (default) and “An” appear.
[DIAL]
[FUNC]
[TS•SET]
After 1 sec.
Bar antenna selection
for 0.495–1.620 MHz band
Earphone cable selection
for 76.000–107.995 MHz band
y Push [TS•SET] momentarily to exit set mode.
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10
NOTE:
• Some noise or spurious may be received when the internal bar or earphone cable is used for antenna.
• The supplied or third party’s antenna MUST BE connected to the antenna connector to receive signals other
than AM or FM broadcast bands.
• When receiving an AM broadcast signal with internal bar
antenna, aim the receiver to better audio direction.
• When the internal bar or earphone cable is used for antenna, the attenuator function cannot be used.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
■ [DIAL] function assignment
The [DIAL] control can be used as an audio volume control instead of [Y]/[Z] keys to suit your preference. However, while
[DIAL] is functions as an audio volume, [Y]/[Z] keys function
as tuning control.
➥ While pushing [FUNC], push [TS•SET] to toggle the [DIAL]
function from tuning dial and audio volume.
• “VOL” appears when [DIAL] functions as an audio volume.
■ Weather channel operation
U.S.A. version only
D Weather channel selection
q Select VFO mode with [V/M•S.MW•~].
wPush [BAND•
] several times, or while pushing
[BAND•
] rotate [DIAL] to select the weather channel
group.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired weather channel.
[DIAL]
FM
P SKIP
Weather channel indication
[FUNC]
[TS•SET]
“VOL” appears while
[DIAL] functions as an
audio volume.
Y]/[Z
Z] functions
• [DIAL] and [Y
No “VOL” indication
“VOL” appears
Frequency, Memory channel, Audio volume
Squelch level, Scanning
[DIAL]
direction, Set mode item
and condition set
Audio volume set
Frequency, Memory channel,
Squelch level, Scanning
[Y]/[Z]
direction, Set mode item
and condition set
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FM
VOL
[BAND•
]
rPush [BAND•
] to change frequency band, or push
[V/M•S.MW•~] to select memory mode.
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D Weather alert function
NOAA broadcast stations transmit weather alert tones before
important weather announcements. When the weather alert
function is turned ON, the selected weather channel is monitored each 5 sec. for the announcement. When the alert signal is detected, the “AL.T” and the WX channel are displayed
alternately and sounds a beep tone until the receiver is operated. The previously selected (used) weather channel is
checked periodically during standby or while scanning.
q Select the desired weather channel.
w Turn the weather alert function ON in set mode.
➥ Push [TS•SET] to enter set mode.
➥ Rotate [DIAL] to select the weather alert item, then rotate [DIAL] while pushing and holding [FUNC] to set
ON.
➥ Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
e Set the desired stand-by condition.
NOTE: While receiving a signal (on a frequency other than
the weather alert ON frequency), the receiving signal or
audio will be interrupted momentarily every 5 sec. (approx.)
in case the alert function is turned ON. This symptom is
caused by the WX alert function. To cancel these symptoms, set the weather alert item OFF in set mode.
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• Select VFO or memory channel.
• Scan or priority watch operation can also be selected.
rWhen the alert is detected, a beep sounds and the following indication will be displayed.
FM
FM
Show above indications alternately.
t Turn the weather alert function OFF in set mode.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
■ Data cloning
AT
POWER ON
Cloning allows you to quickly and easily transfer the programmed contents from one receiver to another; or data from
a personal computer to a receiver using the optional CS-R5
CLONING SOFTWARE.
wWhile pushing [V/M•S.MW•~], turn power ON to enter
cloning mode (master receiver only— power ON only for sub-receiver).
D Cloning between receivers
qConnect the OPC-474 cloning cable to the [SP] jack of the
master and sub-receivers.
• The master receiver is used to send data to the sub-receiver.
[V/M•S.MW•~] “CLONE” and “m” appear
when entered into cloning
[PWR]
mode.
Master receiver
to [SP]
to [SP]
ePush [SQL] on the master receiver.
• The receiver show following indications.
Master receiver indications
Master
receiver
Subreceiver
Sub-receiver indications
During cloning
After cloning
rWhen cloning is finished, turn power OFF, then ON to exit
cloning mode.
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D Cloning using a personal computer
Data can be cloned to and from a personal computer (Microsoft® Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP) using the optional CS-R5
CLONING SOFTWARE and the optional OPC-478U CLONING
CABLE. Consult the CS-R5 CLONING SOFTWARE HELP file for
details.
D Cloning error
☞ NOTE: DO NOT push any key on the sub-receiver during
cloning. This will cause a cloning error.
When the display appears as below, a cloning error has occurred.
In such a case, both receivers automatically return to the
clone standby condition and cloning must be repeated.
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■ Auto power-off function
USING
EXPANDED SET MODE
The IC-R5 can be set to automatically turn OFF after a specified period in which no operation is performed.
120 min., 90 min., 60 min., 30 min. and OFF can be specified.
The specified period is retained even when the receiver is
turned OFF by the auto power-off function. To cancel the
function, select “OFF” in step e below.
q Push [TS•SET] for 1 sec. to enter set mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select “AP OFF” item.
• Turn the expanded set mode ON for selection. (p. 39)
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[DIAL]
[FUNC]
After 1 sec.
[TS•SET]
eWhile pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
time or to turn the function OFF.
r Push [TS•SET] to exit set mode.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in
the U.S.A. and other countries.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
■ Partial reset
AT
POWER ON
If you want to initialize the operating conditions (VFO frequency, VFO settings, set mode contents) without clearing
the memory contents, a partial resetting function is available
for the receiver.
➥ While pushing [FUNC] and [TS•SET], turn the power ON
to partially reset the receiver.
■ All reset
AT
POWER ON
The function display may occasionally display erroneous information (e.g. when first applying power). This may be
caused externally by static electricity or by other factors.
If this problem occurs, turn power OFF. After waiting a few
seconds, turn power ON again. If the problem persists, perform the following procedure.
• Partial resetting is also available. See left for details.
IMPORTANT!:
[FUNC]
[TS•SET]
[PWR]
Resetting the receiver CLEARS all memory information
and initializes all values in the receiver, including TV channel skip setting.
➥ While pushing [FUNC] and [V/M•S.MW•~], turn the
power ON to reset the CPU.
[FUNC]
[V/M•S.MW•~]
[PWR]
FM
P SKIP
*The appearing frqeuency
is differ according to
receiver version.
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■ TV channels
D CCIR channels
The following tables show the channels versus
video and audio frequencies depending on each
version.
D U.S.A. channels
(unit: MHz)
CH
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Freq.
59.75
65.75
71.75
81.75
87.75
179.75
185.75
191.75
197.75
203.75
209.75
215.75
475.75
481.75
487.75
493.75
499.75
505.75
511.75
517.75
523.75
529.75
535.75
541.75
547.75
CH
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Freq.
553.75
559.75
565.75
571.75
577.75
583.75
589.75
595.75
601.75
607.75
613.75
619.75
625.75
631.75
637.75
643.75
649.75
655.75
661.75
667.75
673.75
679.75
685.75
691.75
697.75
CH
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
Freq.
703.75
709.75
715.75
721.75
727.75
733.75
739.75
745.75
751.75
757.75
763.75
769.75
775.75
781.75
787.75
793.75
799.75
805.75
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Freq.
46.75
53.75
60.75
67.75
180.75
187.75
194.75
201.75
208.75
215.75
222.75
229.75
476.75
484.75
492.75
500.75
508.75
516.75
524.75
532.75
540.75
548.75
556.75
564.75
572.75
580.75
588.75
596.75
604.75
612.75
620.75
CH
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
(unit: MHz)
Freq.
628.75
636.75
644.75
652.75
660.75
668.75
676.75
684.75
692.75
700.75
708.75
716.75
724.75
732.75
740.75
748.75
756.75
764.75
772.75
780.75
788.75
796.75
804.75
812.75
820.75
828.75
836.75
844.75
852.75
860.75
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D Australian channels
CH
0
1
2
3
4
5
5A
6
7
8
9
10
11
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Freq.
51.75
62.75
69.75
91.75
100.75
107.75
143.75
180.75
187.75
194.75
201.75
214.75
221.75
532.75
539.75
546.75
553.75
560.75
567.75
574.75
581.75
588.75
595.75
602.75
609.75
616.75
623.75
630.75
CH
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
(unit: MHz)
Freq.
637.75
644.75
651.75
658.75
665.75
672.75
679.75
686.75
693.75
700.75
707.75
714.75
721.75
728.75
735.75
742.75
749.75
756.75
763.75
770.75
777.75
784.75
791.75
798.75
805.75
812.75
819.75
10
11
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D China channels
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
55
Freq.
56.25
64.25
72.25
83.75
91.75
174.75
182.75
190.75
198.75
206.75
214.75
222.75
477.75
485.75
493.75
501.75
509.75
517.75
525.75
533.75
541.75
549.75
557.75
565.75
613.75
621.75
629.75
637.75
645.75
653.75
661.75
CH
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
(unit: MHz)
Freq.
669.75
677.75
685.75
693.75
701.75
709.75
717.75
725.75
733.75
741.75
749.75
757.75
765.75
773.75
781.75
789.75
797.75
805.75
813.75
821.75
829.75
837.75
845.75
853.75
861.75
869.75
877.75
885.75
893.75
901.75
909.75
CH
63
64
65
66
67
68
Freq.
917.75
925.75
933.75
941.75
949.75
957.75
D New
Zealand
channels
(unit: MHz)
CH
Freq.
1
50.75
2
60.75
3
67.75
4
180.75
5
187.75
6
194.75
7
201.75
8
208.75
9
215.75
10
222.75
11
229.75
D UK channels
CH
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Freq.
477.25
485.25
493.25
501.25
509.25
517.25
525.25
533.25
541.25
549.25
557.25
565.25
573.25
581.25
589.25
597.25
605.25
613.25
621.25
629.25
637.25
645.25
653.25
661.25
669.25
677.25
685.25
693.25
701.25
709.25
717.25
(unit: MHz)
CH
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
Freq.
725.25
733.25
741.25
749.25
757.25
765.25
773.25
781.25
789.25
797.25
805.25
813.25
821.25
829.25
837.25
845.25
853.25
861.25
D French channels (unit: MHz)
CH
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Freq.
49.25
54.00
57.25
182.50
190.50
198.50
206.50
214.50
222.50
477.75
485.75
493.75
501.75
509.75
517.75
525.75
533.75
541.75
549.75
557.75
565.75
573.75
581.75
589.75
597.75
605.75
613.75
621.75
629.75
637.75
645.75
CH
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
Freq.
653.75
661.75
669.75
677.75
685.75
693.75
701.75
709.75
717.75
725.75
733.75
741.75
749.75
757.75
765.75
773.75
781.75
789.75
797.75
805.75
813.75
821.75
829.75
837.75
845.75
853.75
861.75
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D Indonesian channels
(unit: MHz)
CH
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Freq.
53.75
60.75
67.75
180.75
187.75
194.75
201.75
208.75
215.75
222.75
229.75
476.75
484.75
492.75
500.75
508.75
516.75
524.75
532.75
540.75
548.75
556.75
564.75
572.75
580.75
588.75
596.75
604.75
612.75
620.75
CH
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
Freq.
628.75
636.75
644.75
652.75
660.75
668.75
676.75
684.75
692.75
700.75
708.75
716.75
724.75
732.75
740.75
748.75
756.75
764.75
772.75
780.75
788.75
796.75
804.75
812.75
820.75
828.75
836.75
844.75
852.75
860.75
D Italian channels (unit: MHz)
CH
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
H1
H2
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Freq.
59.25
67.75
87.75
180.75
188.75
197.75
206.75
215.75
222.75
229.75
476.75
484.75
492.75
500.75
508.75
516.75
524.75
532.75
540.75
548.75
556.75
564.75
572.75
580.75
588.75
596.75
604.75
612.75
620.75
628.75
636.75
CH
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
Freq.
644.75
652.75
660.75
668.75
676.75
684.75
692.75
700.75
708.75
716.75
724.75
732.75
740.75
748.75
756.75
764.75
772.75
780.75
788.75
796.75
804.75
812.75
820.75
828.75
836.75
844.75
852.75
860.75
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D Taiwan channels
(unit: MHz)
CH
7
8
9
10
11
12
Freq.
179.75
185.75
191.75
197.75
203.75
209.75
D FOT channels
(unit: MHz)
CH
4
5
6
7
8
9
Freq.
181.75
189.75
197.75
205.75
213.75
221.75
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■ VHF marine channels
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(unit: MHz)
CH
Ship
Ship
No. Transmit Receive
CH
Ship
Ship
No. Transmit Receive
CH
Ship
Ship
No. Transmit Receive
01
01A
02
03
03A
04
04A
05
05A
06
07
07A
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
18A
19
19A
20
20A
21
21A
21b
22
22A
23
23A
24
25
25b
26
27
28
28b
60
61
61A
62
62A
63
63A
64
64A
65
65A
66
66A
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
77
78
78A
79
79A
80
80A
81
81A
82
82A
83
83A
83b
84
84A
85
85A
86
86A
87
87A
88
88A
156.050
156.050
156.100
156.150
156.150
156.200
156.200
156.250
156.250
156.300
156.350
156.350
156.400
156.450
156.500
156.550
156.600
156.650
156.700
156.750
156.800
156.850
156.900
156.900
156.950
156.950
157.000
157.000
157.050
160.650
156.050
160.700
160.750
156.150
160.800
156.200
160.850
156.250
156.300
160.950
156.350
156.400
156.450
156.500
156.550
156.600
156.650
156.700
156.750
156.800
156.850
161.500
156.900
161.550
156.950
161.600
157.000
161.650
157.050
161.650
157.100
157.100
157.150
157.150
157.200
157.250
161.850
157.300
157.350
157.400
162.000
156.025
156.075
156.075
156.125
156.125
156.175
156.175
156.225
156.225
156.275
156.275
156.325
156.325
156.375
156.425
156.475
157.050
161.650
161.700
157.100
161.750
157.150
161.800
161.850
161.850
161.900
161.950
162.000
162.000
160.625
160.675
156.075
160.725
156.125
160.775
156.175
160.825
156.225
160.875
156.275
160.925
156.325
156.375
156.425
156.475
156.525
156.575
156.625
156.675
156.725
156.875
156.925
156.925
156.975
156.975
157.025
157.025
157.075
157.075
157.125
157.125
157.175
157.175
161.775
157.225
157.225
157.275
157.275
157.325
157.325
157.375
157.375
157.425
157.425
156.525
156.575
156.625
156.675
156.725
156.875
161.525
156.925
161.575
156.975
161.625
157.025
161.675
157.075
161.725
157.125
161.775
157.175
161.775
161.825
157.225
161.875
157.275
161.925
157.325
161.975
157.375
162.025
157.425
■ Weather channels (unit: MHz)
WX CH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Frequency
162.550
162.400
162.475
162.425
162.450
162.500
162.525
161.650
161.775
163.275
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■ Other communications in the USA
D HF CB (Citizens Band) channels
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Frequency
26.965 MHz
26.975 MHz
26.985 MHz
27.005 MHz
27.015 MHz
27.025 MHz
27.035 MHz
27.055 MHz
27.065 MHz
27.075 MHz
27.085 MHz
27.105 MHz
27.115 MHz
27.125 MHz
27.135 MHz
27.155 MHz
27.165 MHz
27.175 MHz
27.185 MHz
27.205 MHz
D MURS channels
CH
1
2
3
4
5
Frequency
151.820 MHz
151.880 MHz
151.940 MHz
154.570 MHz
154.600 MHz
CH
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Frequency
27.215 MHz
27.225 MHz
27.255 MHz
27.235 MHz
27.245 MHz
27.265 MHz
27.275 MHz
27.285 MHz
27.295 MHz
27.305 MHz
27.315 MHz
27.325 MHz
27.335 MHz
27.345 MHz
27.355 MHz
27.365 MHz
27.375 MHz
27.385 MHz
27.395 MHz
27.405 MHz
D BRS (Business Radio
Service) channels
D GMRS (General Mobile
Radio Service) channels
Transceiver
Receive
462.5500 MHz
462.5625 MHz
462.5750 MHz
462.5875 MHz
462.6000 MHz
462.6125 MHz
462.6250 MHz
462.6375 MHz
462.6500 MHz
462.6625 MHz
462.6750 MHz
462.6875 MHz
462.7000 MHz
462.7125 MHz
462.7250 MHz
Transceiver
transmit
467.5500 MHz
Dot color
Red
Purple
Blue
Green
White
Black
Orange
Brown
Yellow
“J” Dot
“K” Dot
Silver Star
Gold Star
Red Star
Blue Star
467.5750 MHz
467.6000 MHz
467.6250 MHz
467.6500 MHz
467.6750 MHz
467.7000 MHz
Frequency
151.625 MHz
151.955 MHz
154.570 MHz
154.600 MHz
462.575 MHz
462.625 MHz
462.675 MHz
464.500 MHz
464.550 MHz
467.763 MHz
467.813 MHz
467.850 MHz
467.875 MHz
467.900 MHz
467.925 MHz
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467.7250 MHz
D FRS (Family Radio Service) channels
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Frequency
462.5625 MHz
462.5875 MHz
462.6125 MHz
462.6375 MHz
462.6625 MHz
462.6875 MHz
462.7125 MHz
CH
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Frequency
467.5625 MHz
467.5875 MHz
467.6125 MHz
467.6375 MHz
467.6625 MHz
467.6875 MHz
467.7125 MHz
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D General aviation frequencies
Frequency
121.500
122.000
122.200
122.700
122.725
122.750
122.800
122.900
122.950
123.000
123.025
123.050
123.075
123.100
123.300
123.450
123.500
123.600
148.125
148.150
156.300
156.400
156.425
156.450
156.625
156.900
243.000
255.400
257.800
311.000
321.000
381.800
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Description
Emergencies
Flight Advisory Service
Flight Service Stations
Unicom— Uncontrolled airports
Unicom— Private airports
Unicom— Air-to-air communications
Unicom— Uncontrolled airports
Search & rescue training, & uncontrolled airports
Unicom— Controlled airports
Unicom— Uncontrolled airports
Helicopters— Air-to-air communications
Unicom— Heliports
Unicom— Heliports
Search & Rescue
Flight Schools
Air-to-air communications (unofficial)
Flight Schools
Flight Service Stations— Uncontrolled airports
Civil Air Patrol Repeaters— Secondary
Civil Air Patrol Repeaters— Primary
Aircraft-to-ship— safety
Aircraft-to-ship— commercial
Aircraft-to-ship— non-commercial
Aircraft-to-ship— commercial
Aircraft-to-ship— non-commercial
Aircraft-to-ship— commercial
Military Emergency “Guard”
Flight Advisory Service
Civilian Towers
SAC Primary
SAC Secondary
USCG— Primary
D Cable TV (IRC)
CH
2– 13
14– 22
23– 36
37– 53
54– 64
65– 94
95– 99
100–125
Frequency
range
54–216
120–174
216–300
300–402
402–468
468–648
90–120
648–804
(unit: MHz)
Remarks
(same as broadcast VHF)
Mid band
Ch. A–I
Super band
J–W
Hyper band
AA–QQ
(Ultra band)
Low band
(Ultra band)
A5–A1
D Wireless Microphones
169.445 MHz
169.505 MHz
170.245 MHz
170.305 MHz
171.045 MHz
171.105 MHz
171.845 MHz
171.905 MHz
*Power limited to 1/20 watt. These frequencies are also used at drive-in windows at some fast-food restaurants.
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■ Other communications— other countries
D LPD (Low Power Device) channels
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Frequency
433.075
433.100
433.125
433.150
433.175
433.200
433.225
433.250
433.275
433.300
433.325
433.350
433.375
433.400
433.425
433.450
433.475
433.500
433.525
433.550
433.575
433.600
433.625
433.650
433.675
433.700
433.725
433.750
433.775
CH
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
Frequency
433.800
433.825
433.850
433.875
433.900
433.925
433.950
433.975
434.000
434.025
434.050
434.075
434.100
434.125
434.150
434.175
434.200
434.225
434.250
434.275
434.300
434.325
434.350
434.375
434.400
434.425
434.450
434.475
434.500
(unit: MHz)
CH
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
Frequency
434.525
434.550
434.575
434.600
434.625
434.650
434.675
434.700
434.725
434.750
434.775
D PMR446 channels (unit: MHz)
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Frequency
446.00625
446.01875
446.03125
446.04375
446.05625
446.06875
446.08125
446.09375
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D UHF C.R.S (Citizen Radio Service) channels
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Frequency
476.425 MHz
476.450 MHz
476.475 MHz
476.500 MHz
476.525 MHz
476.550 MHz
476.575 MHz
476.600 MHz
476.625 MHz
476.650 MHz
476.675 MHz
476.700 MHz
476.725 MHz
476.750 MHz
476.775 MHz
476.800 MHz
476.825 MHz
476.850 MHz
476.875 MHz
476.900 MHz
CH
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Frequency
476.925 MHz
476.950 MHz
476.975 MHz
477.000 MHz
477.025 MHz
477.050 MHz
477.075 MHz
477.100 MHz
477.125 MHz
477.150 MHz
477.175 MHz
477.200 MHz
477.225 MHz
477.250 MHz
477.275 MHz
477.300 MHz
477.325 MHz
477.350 MHz
477.375 MHz
477.400 MHz
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■ Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
No power comes on.
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If your receiver seems to be malfunctioning, please check the
following points before sending it to a service center.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• The batteries are exhausted.
• The battery polarity is reversed.
No sound comes from the • Volume level is too low.
• Squelch level is set too tight.
speaker.
• Different tone is selected with tone squelch.
Sensitivity is low and only • Attenuator function is activated.
strong signals are audible.
SOLUTION
• Replace the batteries or charge the batteries.
• Check the battery polarity.
REF.
pgs. 5, 6
p. 5
• Push [Y] to obtain a suitable level.
p. 11
• While pushing [SQL], rotate [DIAL] to set the p. 12
squelch level.
• Turn the appropriate function OFF.
p. 35
• While pushing [FUNC], push [SQL] to urn the at- p. 13
tenuator function OFF.
• While pushing [FUNC], push [BAND•
1 sec. to turn the function OFF.
] for p. 10
Frequency cannot be set.
• The lock function is activated.
No beep sound.
• Beep tones are turned OFF or the beep tone level • Turn beep tone ON or set the beep tone level to ap- p. 41
is too low.
propriate level in set mode.
Receive audio is distorted. • The operating mode is not selected correctly.
• Push [MODE•SCAN] several times to select a suit- p. 12
able operating mode.
• Turn “EXPAND” item ON.
Desired set mode item • “EXPAND” item is set to OFF.
• Some set mode items can be selected in the AM • Choose the AM or FM broadcast band.
cannot be selected.
or FM broadcast band only.
p. 39
p. 7
Programmed scan does • Program scan edges are not programmed.
not start.
p. 27
• Program a pair of scan edge channels.
Memory or bank scan • No or only one memory or bank channel is pro- • Program at least 2 memory or bank channels
grammed.
does not start.
Installed batteries cannot • The batteries over discharged.
be charged.
11
12
pgs. 16,
17
• Re-install the batteries (wait at least for 1 sec.), p. 6
then plug the AC adapter while pushing [FUNC].
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MAINTENANCE
■ CP-18A/E fuse replacement
If the fuse blows or the receiver stops functioning while operating with the optional CP-18A/E, find the source of the problem if possible, and replace the damaged fuse with a new,
rated one (FGB 5 A) as shown below.
Fuse 5 A
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D GENERAL
13
D RECEIVER
• Frequency coverage
USA
:
(Unit: MHz)
0.150–823.995, 849.000–868.995,
894.000–1309.995
France
0.150–29.995, 50.200–51.200,
87.500–108.000, 144.000–146.000,
430.000–440.000,
1240.000–1300.000
Other than above
0.150–1309.995 MHz
• Number of memory channels : 1250 (incl. 50 scan edges and 200
auto write channels)
• Frequency resolution
: 5, 6.25, 8.33,* 9*, 10, 12.5, 15, 20,
25, 30, 50, 100 kHz
*selectable depending on the operating frequency band.
• Operating temperature range : –10°C to +60°C; +14˚F to +140˚F
• Reference frequency stability : ±6 ppm (–10°C to +60°C)
• Power supply requirement
: 2 AA (R6) alkaline calls
2 AA (R6) Ni-Cd or Ni-MH cells
6.0 V DC ±5% (with AC adapter or
CP-18A/E)
• Current drain (at 3.0 V DC: approx.):
standby (power saved)
41 mA typical
max. audio
170 mA typical
charging (at 6.0 V DC)
120 mA typical
• Antenna connector
: SMA (50 Ω)
• Dimensions (proj. not included) : 58(W) × 86(H) × 27(D) mm
29⁄32(W)×33⁄8(H)×11⁄16(D) in
• Weight (approx.)
: 185 g; 6.5 oz
• Receive system
• Intermediate frequencies
: Triple-conversion superheterodyne
: 1st: 266.7 MHz, 2nd: 19.65 MHz,
3rd: 450 kHz
• Sensitivity and squelch sensitivity (except spurious points):
FM (1 kHz/3.5 kHz Dev.; 12 dB SINAD)
1.625–4.995 MHz
0.32 µV typ.
5.000–179.995 MHz
0.2 µV typ.
118.000–246.995 MHz
0.18 µV typ.
247.000–329.995 MHz
0.2 µV typ.
330.000–469.995 MHz
0.18 µV typ.
470.000–832.995 MHz
0.28 µV typ.
833.000–999.995 MHz
0.28 µV typ.
1000.000–1309.995 MHz 0.35 µV typ.
WFM (1 kHz/52.5 kHz Dev.; 12 dB SINAD)
76.000–108.000 MHz
0.89 µV typ.
175.000–221.995 MHz
0.71 µV typ.
470.000–770.000 MHz
1.0 µV typ.
AM (1 kHz/30% MOD.; 10 dB S/N)
0.495–4.995 MHz
1.3 µV typ.
5.000–29.995 MHz
0.71 µV typ.
118.000–136.000 MHz
0.56 µV typ.
222.000–246.995 MHz
0.56 µV typ.
247.000–329.995 MHz
0.71 µV typ.
• Selectivity
:
AM/FM
More than 15 kHz/–9 dB
Less than 30 kHz/–60 dB
WFM
More than 150 kHz/–6 dB
• AF output power (at 3.0 V DC) : 100 mW typical at 10% distortion with
12
13
an 8 Ω load
• Ext. speaker connector
: 3-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1⁄8″)/8 Ω
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
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OPTIONS
■ Options
BC-136A/D or BC-149
CP-18A/E CIGARETTE LIGHTER
AD-92SMA ANTENNA
AC ADAPTER
CABLE WITH DC-DC CONVERTER
CONNECTOR ADAPTER
Regularly charges the installed
batteries.
6 V DC/500 mA (BC-136); 1 A
(BC-149) output.
LC-146A CARRYING CASE
Helps protect the receiver from
scratches, etc.
OPC-474 CLONING CABLE
For connection between receivers
for data cloning.
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Allows you to operate the receiver through a 12 V cigarette
lighter socket, and also charges
the installed rechargeable batteries regularly. A DC-DC converter is built-in.
CS-R5 CLONING SOFTWARE
+ OPC-478U CLONING CABLE
(USB type)
Allows you to transfer data, such
as memories, and quickly and
easily edit and store data via a
PC (for Microsoft® Windows®
98/Me/2000/XP). Current RS232C (DB 9-pin) type cloning
cable, OPC-478, is also available.
Allows you to connect an external antenna with a BNC connector.
SP-13 EARPHONE
Provides clear receive audio in
noisy environments.
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■ Squelch level setting
➥ While pushing [SQL], rotate
[DIAL] to set the squelch level.
■ Audio level setting
➥ Push [Y] to increase, push [Z]
to decrease the audio level.
■ Receive mode selection
➥ Push [MODE•SCAN] several
times to select the desired mode
e Complete
•“
” appears when the lock function is in use.
■ Attenuator function
➥ While pushing [FUNC], push
[SQL] to toggle the attenuator
ON and OFF.
•“
” appears when the lock function
is in use.
■ Memory bank channel selection
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select
memory mode.
] several times,
w Push [BAND•
or while pushing [BAND•
],
rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
bank.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the
desired bank channel.
• While pushing [FUNC], [DIAL]
rotation changes memory channel
in 10 channels steps.
■ Key lock function
➥ While pushing [FUNC], push
[BAND•
] for 1 sec. to toggle
the key lock function ON and OFF.
• Push [TS•SET] again to return to the
previous condition.
■ Frequency setting
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select
VFO mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to set the desired
operating frequency.
■ Memory channel selection
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select
memory mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to set the desired
memory channel.
Important operating instructions are summed up in this and the following
page for your simple reference.
By cutting along the line and folding on the dotted line, it will become a card
sized operating guide which can easily be carried in a card case or wallet,
etc.
■ VFO and memory mode selection
➥ Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to toggle
between VFO and memory mode.
w Fold
POCKET GUIDE
q Cut
15
iR5
POCKET GUIDE
■ Frequency band selection
➥ Push [BAND•
] several times,
or while pushing [BAND•
],
rotate [DIAL] to select the desired
frequency band.
■ Tuning step selection
➥ Push [TS•SET], then rotate [DIAL]
to select the desired tuning step.
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■ Memory channel programming
q Set the desired frequency and
other functions in VFO mode.
w Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.
to enter select memory write
condition.
• 1 short and 1 long beeps sound.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the
desired memory channel number.
r Push [V/M•S.MW•~] for 1 sec.
again to program the contents
into the selected channel.
• 3 beeps sound.
■ Scan skip setting
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select
memory mode.
w Rotate [DIAL] to select the
desired memory channel.
e While pushing [FUNC], push
[V/M•S.MW•~] to set the skip
setting (skip channel or skip
frequency) ON and OFF.
■ VFO scans
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select
VFO mode.
w Push [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec.
• One of scan type “ALL,” “BAND” or
“PROG xx” (xx= 0–24) appear.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the
desired scan type.
Push [MODE•SCAN] momentarily to start scan.
• Rotate [DIAL] to change the scanning
direction.
• During scan, push [V/M•S.MW•~]
to start auto memory write scan.
r Push [MODE•SCAN] momentarily again to stop scan.
] to select a bank,
■ Memory scans
q Push [V/M•S.MW•~] to select
memory mode.
• Push [BAND•
if desired.
w Push [MODE•SCAN] for 1 sec.
• One of scan type “ALL” or “BANK”
appear, for bank scan. Rotate [DIAL]
to select the desired scan type, in this
case.
• When memory mode is selected at
step q, memory scan starts.
e Push [MODE•SCAN] momentarily to start bank scan.
• Rotate [DIAL] to change the scanning
direction.
r Push [MODE•SCAN] momentarily again to stop scan.
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A-6198H-1EX
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© 2002 Icom Inc.
1-1-32 Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003 Japan
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