For The TKR-750/850 Version 2 and TKR-751/851

For The TKR-750/850 Version 2 and TKR-751/851
Field Programming Reference
(FPRG)
For
TKR-750/850 Version2
T K R - 7 5 1 /8 5 1
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Sep, 2005
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Date
Sep. 2005
Description
K-USA R&D modify
CONTENTS
1 SETTING UP THE KPG-91D......................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
System Requirement ..................................... 1
Connecting to the PC ..................................... 1
Installing KPG-91D ........................................ 1
Uninstalling KPG-91D .................................... 2
2 BASIC OPERATION...................................3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
5.1
6.1
3.2
Main Window ................................................. 4
3.3
Title Bar ...................................................... 4
Menu Bar .................................................... 4
Toolbar ........................................................ 4
Status Bar ................................................... 5
Menu Command Description ......................... 5
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
3.2.8
3.2.9
“File” Menu .................................................. 5
“Model” Menu .............................................. 5
“Edit” Menu ................................................. 5
“Program” Menu .......................................... 6
“Tools” Menu ............................................... 6
“Setup” Menu .............................................. 6
“View” Menu ................................................ 7
“Window” Menu ........................................... 7
“Help” Menu ................................................ 7
4.6.1
4.7
Print Out List ............................................. 12
Print Preview ................................................ 14
Toolbar of the Print Preview ..................... 14
Exit ............................................................... 15
6.4
5 MODEL MENU..........................................16
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Reception Frequency ................................ 21
Transmission Frequency .......................... 22
QT/DQT Decode ....................................... 22
QT/DQT Encode ....................................... 22
Channel Name .......................................... 22
Wide/Narrow ............................................. 23
Encode Tone in Multiple ........................... 23
Operation Mode ........................................ 23
Multi-table (Channel Edit) ......................... 23
Beat Shift .................................................. 23
TX High Power .......................................... 23
QT Reverse Burst ..................................... 24
Scan Add .................................................. 24
Compander ............................................. 24
CW ID ....................................................... 24
CW ID Button ............................................ 24
Voice Scrambler ....................................... 24
Scrambler Code ........................................ 24
CW ID Window ............................................. 25
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
6.3.7
6.3.8
6.3.9
6.3.10
6.3.11
New .............................................................. 10
Open ............................................................ 10
Save ............................................................. 10
Save As ........................................................ 11
Print .............................................................. 11
4.5.1
4.6
6.3
Reception Frequency ................................ 17
Transmission Frequency .......................... 17
QT/DQT Decode ....................................... 17
QT/DQT Encode ....................................... 18
Channel Name .......................................... 18
Multi-table ................................................. 18
W/N ........................................................... 18
Power ........................................................ 19
Operation Mode ........................................ 19
Scan Add .................................................. 19
CW ID ....................................................... 19
Channel Edit Button .................................. 19
Channel Copy ([Shift] + [F3]) .................... 19
Frequency Copy ([Shift] + [F4]) ................ 20
QT/DQT Copy ([Shift] + [F5]) .................... 20
Channel Insert ([Shift] + [F9]) ................... 20
Channel Delete ([Shift] + [F10]) ................ 20
Context Menu ........................................... 21
Channel Edit Window ................................... 21
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.2.7
6.2.8
6.2.9
6.2.10
6.2.11
6.2.12
6.2.13
6.2.14
6.2.15
6.2.16
6.2.17
6.2.18
Menu Bar Operation ................................... 8
“File” Menu Operation ................................. 8
“Channel Information” Window ................... 8
“Program” Menu .......................................... 8
Test Mode, Tuning Mode ............................ 9
Help ............................................................ 9
Editing the Configuration Data .................... 9
4 FILE MENU...............................................10
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
6.2
Shortcut Keys ................................................. 8
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
Channel Information ..................................... 17
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
6.1.9
6.1.10
6.1.11
6.1.12
6.1.13
6.1.14
6.1.15
6.1.16
6.1.17
6.1.18
Starting and Exiting ........................................ 3
Initializing the window .................................... 3
Write the Configuration Data .......................... 3
Modify the Configuration Data ....................... 3
Edit the stored Data and Write ....................... 3
Display Help ................................................... 3
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
Model Type ............................................... 16
Frequency ................................................. 16
Optional Board .......................................... 16
6 EDIT MENU .............................................. 17
3 MENU DESCRIPTION ................................4
3.1
Model Information ........................................ 16
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
CW ID ....................................................... 25
TX Interval Time ....................................... 25
TX Delay Time .......................................... 25
CW Speed ................................................ 25
CW Mod. Delay Time ................................ 25
Audio Frequency ....................................... 25
TX Required in Interval ............................. 26
CW ID Override ........................................ 26
Send CW ID to RA .................................... 26
CW ID on Channel Change .................... 26
Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID) .................. 26
Optional Features Window ........................... 27
6.4.1
6.4.2
Field Programming Reference (FPRG)
Optional Features 1 Tab ........................... 27
Optional Features 2 Tab ........................... 31
I
CONTENTS
6.4.3
6.5
6.6
Others Tab (Optional Features) ................34
7.3.9
7.3.10
7.3.11
Key Assignment Window ..............................37
Scan Information Window .............................39
6.6.1
6.6.2
6.6.3
6.6.4
6.6.5
6.6.6
6.6.7
6.6.8
6.7
Priority .......................................................39
Priority Channel .........................................39
Look Back Time A .....................................39
Look Back Time B .....................................39
Revert Channel .........................................39
Dropout Delay Time ..................................40
Dwell Time .................................................40
Off-hook Scan ...........................................40
8 TOOLS MENU .......................................... 65
8.1
6.8
DTMF Speed .............................................41
First Digit Delay Time ................................41
First Digit Time ..........................................41
* and # Digit Time ......................................41
“Encode/Decode Table” Window ..................42
6.8.1
6.8.2
6.8.3
6.8.4
6.8.5
6.9
Encode Code .............................................42
Frequency .................................................42
Period ........................................................42
Sidetone ....................................................42
Decode Code ............................................42
Remote Control Window ...............................43
6.9.1
6.9.2
6.9.3
6.9.4
6.10
Function Port Window ..................................48
6.10.1
6.10.2
6.11
CW Message .............................................55
CW Speed .................................................55
CW Mod. Delay Time ................................55
Audio Frequency .......................................56
Send CW Message to RA .........................56
Encode with QT/DQT (CW Message) .......56
Test Frequency Window ...............................56
6.13.1
6.13.2
6.14
6.15
Decode (Multi-table) ..................................54
Encode (Multi-table) ..................................54
CW Message Window ..................................55
6.12.1
6.12.2
6.12.3
6.12.4
6.12.5
6.12.6
6.13
AUX Select Tab .........................................48
AUX Tab ....................................................49
Multi-table Window .......................................54
6.11.1
6.11.2
6.12
PF Key Tab ...............................................44
AUX Input/Output Tab ...............................45
Remote Access with QT/DQT ...................48
Clear To Transpond (Remote Control) ......48
Reception, Transmission ...........................56
CH Paste Button ........................................57
Embedded Message Window .......................57
Embedded Message w/Password Window ..58
Radio Information Window ...........................65
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
DTMF Window .............................................41
6.7.1
6.7.2
6.7.3
6.7.4
TX/RX Button ............................................62
Print Button ................................................62
Tuning Mode .............................................62
Model Type ................................................65
Frequency .................................................65
Serial Number ...........................................65
Checksum .................................................65
9 SETUP MENU .......................................... 66
9.1
9.2
Communication Port Window .......................66
Language File Setup Window .......................66
10 VIEW MENU............................................. 67
10.1
10.2
10.3
Tree View Window ........................................67
Toolbar .........................................................67
Status Bar .....................................................67
11 WINDOW MENU ...................................... 68
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
Cascade .......................................................68
Horizontal Tile ...............................................68
Vertical Tile ...................................................68
Arrange Icons ...............................................68
Close All Windows ........................................69
Opened Window List ....................................69
12 HELP MENU ............................................ 70
12.1
Help Topics Window .....................................70
12.1.1
12.1.2
12.1.3
12.2
Contents Tab .............................................70
Index Tab ..................................................70
Search Tab ................................................70
About KPG-91D Window ..............................70
13 FUNCTION LIST ...................................... 71
7 PROGRAM MENU ....................................60
7.1
7.2
7.3
Read Data from Repeater ............................60
Write Data to Repeater .................................60
Test Mode Window .......................................60
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
7.3.7
7.3.8
II
Test Channel .............................................61
Test Signalling ...........................................61
Wide/ Narrow .............................................62
Beat Shift (Test Mode) ..............................62
Power (Test Mode) ....................................62
Monitor (Test Mode) ..................................62
Compander (Test Mode) ...........................62
Repeat .......................................................62
Field Programming Reference (FPRG)
Version: 1.01
1 SETTING UP THE KPG-91D
It is possible to configure various functions of the TKR750/850/751/851 by KPG-91D and write the configuration
data into the TKR-750/850/751/851 via the PC installed
KPG-91D. It also can edit and print out the configuration
data via KPG-91D.
Connection cable
It has to connect the TKR-750/850/751/851 to the PC
using KPG-46 programming cable. The DB-9 pin female
to DB-25 pin male gender changer may be required
depending on the COM port of your PC.
Note: KPG-91D may not work properly due to the insufficient
resource when running it with other software.
1.1
System Requirement
You must prepare the following devices and operating
systems to install the KPG-91D.
1.2
PC
Follow the procedures below to connect the PC to the
TKR-750/850/751/851.
IBM PC or compatible with Windows ® operating system
Connecting to the PC
1. Turn the PC OFF.
Hard Disc
2. Connect the 25-pin connector of the KPG-46 cable to
one of the COM1 - 20 ports on the PC.
10 MB or more free hard disc spaces
Use the DB-9 pin female to DB-25 pin male gender
changer when your PC has only 9-pin COM port.
Memory
32 MB or more free memory
3. Turn the PC ON.
4. Turn the TKR-750/850/751/851 OFF.
CD-ROM Drive
A CD-ROM drive that can be accessed directly or via
Network.
5. Connect the modular connector of the KPG-46
programming cable to the female modular connector
of the repeater.
6. Turn the TKR-750/850/751/851 ON.
Monitor
A monitor having the resolution of 800 x 600 pixels and
256 or more colors.
1.3
Operating Systems (OS)
Installing KPG-91D
Microsoft Windows 98
Follow the procedures below to install the KPG-91D to
the PC.
Microsoft Windows Me
Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows XP
Note: The user must have the administrative privilege in order to
install the KPG-91D with Windows 2000/XP.
Communication port
1. Stop running all programs on the PC (including the
virus-checking program).
The PC must have at least one asynchronous serial
communication port to communicate with the TKR-750/
850/751/851. You can select the communication port from
COM1 - COM20 ports.
Version: 1.01
2. Insert the KPG-91D CD-ROM into the CD drive.
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1 SETTING UP THE KPG-91D
3. You can install the KPG-91D with one of the following
methods.
•
Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon > “setup.exe”.
•
Select “RUN” > “setup.exe” in the CD-ROM drive.
•
Click “Control Panel” > “Application addition/
removal” > “Install”. (Click “Add Programs” when
using Windows 2000/XP.)
The setup program displays the instructions during
installation. Follow the instructions on the screen to install
the software.
1.4
Uninstalling KPG-91D
Follow the procedures below to uninstall KPG-91D from
the PC.
Note:
!
You must exit the KPG-91D before uninstalling it.
!
You must have the administrative privilege in order to uninstall
the KPG-91D from the PC (Windows 2000/XP).
!
To update the software, uninstall the old version before installing
the newer version.
1. Execute the “Application addition/ removal” command
in the control panel.
2. Select the “KPG-91D” from the program list.
3. Click “Application addition/ removal”. (Click “Change/
Delete Programs” when using Windows 2000/XP.)
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2 BASIC OPERATION
This section describes basic operations of the KPG-91D.
2.4
Note:
!
!
The TKR-750/850 automatically enters PC mode when reading
or writing the programming data. (Refer to FUNC 1.5 Mode.)
We recommend you storing the data configured by the KPG-91D
to the hard disc or the external storage device. (Refer to 4 FILE
MENU.)
Modify the Configuration
Data
Follow the procedures below to edit and write the
configuration data.
1. Read the configuration data from the TKR-750/850.
Select “Program” > “Read Data from Repeater”.
(Refer to 7 PROGRAM MENU.)
2. Edit the data on the computer.
2.1
Starting and Exiting
Select “Start” > “All programs” > “KENWOOD FPU” >
“KPG-91D” in order to start the KPG-91D.
Note: You can start the KPG-91D by opening the folder in which
you installed the KPG-91D and double-clicking the
“kpg91d.exe” file.
Select the item that you want to edit in the “Edit” menu
and enter data in the window. (Refer to 6 EDIT
MENU.)
3. Write the updated data to the TKR-750/850.
Select “Program” > “Write Data to Repeater”. (Refer to
7 PROGRAM MENU.)
The Main window of the KPG-91D appears.
The splash logo appears in the center of the screen for a
while and it automatically disappears. You can also make
the logo disappear by pressing any key on the keyboard
or clicking a mouse button.
Select “File” > “Exit” to exit the KPG-91D.
2.5
Edit the stored Data and
Write
Follow the procedures below to edit and write the
configuration data.
1. Open the configuration data stored in the hard disk
drive or other storage devices.
2.2
Initializing the window
Select the model type to configure. (Refer to 5 MODEL
MENU.)
Model name, model type, frequency bandwidth, and data
file name appear on the title bar located on the top of the
window.
Select “File” > “Open”. (Refer to 4 FILE MENU.)
2. Edit the file data on the computer.
Select the item that you want to edit in the “Edit” menu
and enter data in the window. (Refer to 6 EDIT
MENU.)
3. Write the updated data to the TKR-750/850.
Select “Program” > “Write Data to Repeater”. (Refer to
7 PROGRAM MENU.)
2.3
Write the Configuration Data
Follow the procedures below to edit and write the
configuration data.
1. Enter all the necessary data.
Select the item that you want to configure in the “Edit”
menu and enter data in the window. (Refer to 6 EDIT
MENU.)
2.6
Display Help
Click “Help” located on each window to open the “KPG91D HTML Help” window. (Refer to 12 HELP MENU.)
2. Write the updated data to the repeater.
Select “Program” > “Write Data to Repeater”. (Refer to
7 PROGRAM MENU.)
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Field Programming Reference (FPRG)
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3 MENU DESCRIPTION
3.1
Main Window
Note: The “Window” menu appears on the menu bar only when
the function is selected in the “Edit” menu and the window of
the function is displayed.
The title bar, menu bar, and toolbar appear on the top of
this window. The status bar appears in the lower part of
this window.
3.1.3
Toolbar
Frequently used icons are shown on the Toolbar.
Click the icon to execute the function.
Figure 3-5 Toolbar
Note:
!
You can display or hide the Toolbar by selecting “View” >
“Toolbar”. (Refer to 10.2 Toolbar.)
!
You can drag-and-drop the Toolbar to any desired position.
Table 3-1 Descriptions of the Buttons on the Toolbar
Button
Figure 3-1 Main Window
New
3.1.1
Title Bar
The title bar of the KPG-91D software shows the model
name, the frequency range, and the file name of the
configuration data. (Refer to 5 MODEL MENU.)
Open
Figure 3-2 Title Bar
Save
3.1.2
Menu Bar
The Menu bar allows you to configure the functions of the
TKR-750/850. Click the menu title to open the pull-down
list. The menu commands stored in the menu appears.
(Refer to 3.2 Menu Command Description.)
Print
When the “Window” menu appears:
Read
Figure 3-3 Menu bar 1
When the “Window” menu is not shown:
Figure 3-4 Menu bar 2
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Write
About KPG-91D
Field Programming Reference (FPRG)
Function
This icon is for the “New” function in the
“File” menu.
This function allows you to clear the current
configuration data and create the new
configuration data. (Refer to 4.1 New.)
This icon is for the “Open” function in the
“File” menu.
This function allows you to open the
configuration data stored in the hard disk or
other external storage devices. (Refer to 4.2
Open.)
This icon is for the “Save” function in the
“File” menu.
This function allows you to save the current
configuration data to the hard disk or other
external storage devices. (Refer to 4.3
Save.)
This icon is for the “Print” function in the
“File” menu.
This function allows you to print out the
configuration data. (Refer to 4.5 Print.)
This icon is for the “Read Data from
Repeater” function in the “Program” menu.
This function allows you to read the
configuration data from the TKR-750/850.
(Refer to 7.1 Read Data from Repeater.)
This icon is for the “Write Data to Repeater”
function in the “Program” menu.
This function allows you to write the
configuration data to the TKR-751/851.
(Refer to 7.2 Write Data to Repeater.)
This icon is for the “About KPG-91D”
function in the “Help” menu. (Refer to 12.2
About KPG-91D Window.)
4
3 MENU DESCRIPTION
3.1.4
Status Bar
Function
The Status bar shows a serial communication port used
to perform a data communication between the KPG-91D
and the TKR-750/850, and the current time and date.
Exit
3.2.2
Description
This function allows you to exit the KPG91D. (Refer to 4.7 Exit.)
“Model” Menu
Figure 3-6 Status Bar
Note: You can display or hide the Status bar by selecting “View” >
“Status Bar”. (Refer to 10.3 Status Bar.)
Figure 3-8 “Model” Menu
Table 3-3 Function List of the “Model” Menu
3.2
Menu Command Description
Function
Description
Model
Information
This function allows you to select a model
type of the TKR-750/850 and the frequency
bandwidth. (Refer to 5.1 Model Information.)
Following are the descriptions of the Menu Commands.
3.2.1
3.2.3
“File” Menu
“Edit” Menu
The functions to be displayed vary depending on the
configuration in “Model Information” > “Control Standard”.
(Refer to 5.1 Model Information.)
Figure 3-7 “File” Menu
Table 3-2 Function List of the “File” Menu
Function
Description
New
This function allows you to clear the current
configuration data and create the new
configuration data. (Refer to 4.1 New.)
Open
This function allows you to open the
configuration data stored in the hard disk
drive or other external storage devices.
(Refer to 4.2 Open.)
Save
This function allows you to save the current
configuration data to the hard disk or other
external storage devices. (Refer to 4.3
Save.)
Save As
This function allows you to name the current
configuration data and save it to the hard
disk or other external storage devices.
Print
Print Preview
5
Figure 3-9 “Edit” Menu
This function allows you to print out the
configuration data. (Refer to 4.5 Print.)
This function allows you to view the print
image of the configuration data. (Refer to
4.6 Print Preview.)
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3 MENU DESCRIPTION
Table 3-4 Function List of the “Edit” Menu
Function
Description
Channel
You can configure the channel data.
Information
(Refer to 6.1 Channel Information.)
(Channel Edit)
Optional
Features
This function allows you to configure various
functions to the TKR-750/850.
(Refer to 6.4 Optional Features Window.)
This function allows you to assign functions to
Key Assignment the PF keys.
(Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
Scan
Information
DTMF
This command allows you to configure the
Scan function parameters.
(Refer to 6.6 Scan Information Window.)
Table 3-5 Function List of the “Program” menu
Function
Description
This function allows you to read the
Read Data from
configuration data from the TKR-750/850.
Repeater
(Refer to 7.1 Read Data from Repeater.)
Write Data to
Repeater
This function allows you to write the
configuration data to the TKR-750/850. (Refer
to 7.2 Write Data to Repeater.)
Test Mode
This function allows you to test or adjust the
TKR-750/850. (Refer to 7.3 Test Mode
Window.)
3.2.5
“Tools” Menu
This function allows you to configure the
DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) function
parameters. (Refer to 6.7 DTMF Window.)
This function allows you to configure the
Encode/Decode DTMF Encode/Decode function parameters.
Table (DTMF) (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
This function allows you to configure the Air
Remote Control Remote function parameters. (Refer to 6.9
Remote Control Window.)
Function Port
This function allows you to configure the PF
keys and the Auxiliary ports parameters.
(Refer to 6.10 Function Port Window.)
Multi-table
This function allows you to configure the
Encode/Decode function parameters. (Refer
to 6.11 Multi-table Window.)
CW Message
This command allows you to configure the
data relating to the CW Message. (Refer to
6.12 CW Message Window.)
Figure 3-11 “Tools” Menu
Table 3-6 Function List of the “Program” Menu
Function
Radio
Information
3.2.6
Description
This function allows you to read the Radio
information from the TKR-750/850. (Refer to
8.1 Radio Information Window.)
“Setup” Menu
This function allows you to configure the Test
Test Frequency Frequency used in Test Mode. (Refer to 6.13
Test Frequency Window.)
Embedded
Message
This function allows you to configure the
characters to be stored in the TKR-750/850.
(Refer to 6.14 Embedded Message Window.)
Embedded
Message w/
Password
This function allows you to configure the
characters to be stored in the TKR-750/850
and the password to protect the stored
characters. (Refer to 6.15 Embedded
Message w/Password Window.)
3.2.4
“Program” Menu
Figure 3-12 “Setup” Menu
Table 3-7 Function List of the “Setup” Menu
Function
Description
You can assign a serial communication port
used to make the data communication
Communication
between the KPG-91D and the TKR-750/850
Port
via the serial communication port of the PC.
(Refer to 9.1 Communication Port Window.)
Language File
Setup
You can select the language used in the
KPG-91D. (Refer to 9.2 Language File Setup
Window.)
Figure 3-10 “Program” Menu
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3 MENU DESCRIPTION
3.2.7
“View” Menu
3.2.9
“Help” Menu
Figure 3-15 “Help” Menu
Figure 3-13 “View” Menu
Table 3-10 Function List of the “Help” Menu
Table 3-8 Function List of the “View” Menu
Function
Function
Description
Tree View
This function allows you to view the contents
of the “Edit” menu in the list format. (Refer to
10.1 Tree View Window.)
Toolbar
This function allows you to display/hide the
Toolbar. (Refer to 10.2 Toolbar.)
Status Bar
This function allows you to display/hide the
Status bar. (Refer to 10.3 Status Bar.)
3.2.8
Help Topics
Description
This function allows you to search for the
help topics. (Refer to 12.1 Help Topics
Window.)
This function allows you to view the KPGAbout KPG-91D 91D's information. (Refer to 12.2 About
KPG-91D Window.)
“Window” Menu
Figure 3-14 “Window” Menu
Table 3-9 Function List of the “Window” Menu
Function
Cascade
Horizontal Tile
Vertical Tile
Description
This function allows you to rearrange the
opened windows in an overlapped fashion
(cascade format). (Refer to 11.1 Cascade.)
This function allows you to rearrange the
opened windows in the horizontal tiles
fashion. (Refer to 11.2 Horizontal Tile.)
This function allows you to rearrange the
opened windows in the vertical tiles fashion.
(Refer to 11.3 Vertical Tile.)
Arrange Icons
This function allows you to rearrange the
icons of the minimized windows. (Refer to
11.4 Arrange Icons.)
Close All
Windows
This function allows you to close all the
opened windows. (Refer to 11.5 Close All
Windows.)
This function allows you to list all opened
windows. When clicking the title of the
Opened Window
window, the selected window re-open on the
List
screen. (Refer to 11.6 Opened Window
List.)
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3.3
Shortcut Keys
3.3.3
The following shortcut keys is assigned for each
command of KPG-91D.
“Channel Information” Window
Table 3-13 Shortcut Keys used in the “Channel Information”
Window
Key Name
3.3.1
Menu Bar Operation
[Shift] + [F3]
Appear the “Channel Copy” window. You
can also copy the configured channel data
to the specified channel. (Refer to 6.1.13
Channel Copy ([Shift] + [F3]).)
[Shift] + [F4]
Appear the “Frequency Copy” window. You
can copy the “Reception Frequency” data to
the “Transmission Frequency” data. (Refer
to 6.1.14 Frequency Copy ([Shift] + [F4]).)
[Shift] + [F5]
Appear the “QT/DQT Copy” window. You
can copy the configuration data of the “QT/
DQT Decode” to the “QT/DQT Encode”
data. (Refer to 6.1.15 QT/DQT Copy ([Shift]
+ [F5]).)
[Shift] + [F9]
Insert a new channel into the specified
channel.**1 (Refer to 6.1.16 Channel Insert
([Shift] + [F9]).)
[Shift] + [F10]
Delete the selected channel. (Refer to
6.1.17 Channel Delete ([Shift] + [F10]).)
Table 3-11 Shortcut Keys used in the Menu Bar
Key Name
Function
[Alt]
[F10]
You can select the Menu Bar.
The “File” menu opens in the same way as the
cursor is placed on the “File” in the menu bar.
[(ING1)]
[(ING2)]
You can select the menu title using the [(ING1)]
and [(ING2)] keys after selecting the menu bar
with the [Alt] key.
[(ING3)] key You can open the selected menu and select the
[(ING4)] key function to be executed.
•
[Enter] key
•
Press the [Enter] key while selecting the
menu title to open the menu.
Press the [Enter] key while the menu is
opened to execute the selected function.
[F11]
3.3.2
“File” Menu Operation
Table 3-12 Shortcut Keys used in the “File” Menu
Key Name
Function
3.3.4
Appear the “Channel Edit” window. (Refer to
6.1.12 Channel Edit Button, 6.2 Channel
Edit Window.)
“Program” Menu
Table 3-14 Shortcut Keys used in the “Program” Menu
[Ctrl] + [n]
Perform “File” > “New”. (Refer to 4.1 New.)
[Ctrl] + [o]
Perform “File” > “Open”. (Refer to 4.2
Open.)
[Ctrl] + [s]
Perform “File” > “Save”. (Refer to 4.3 Save.)
[Ctrl] + [p]
Perform “File” > “Print”. (Refer to 4.5 Print.)
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Key Name
Function
[Ctrl] + [r]
Perform “Program” > “Read Data from
Repeater”. (Refer to 7.1 Read Data from
Repeater.)
[Ctrl] + [w]
Perform “Program” > “Write Data to
Repeater”.
(Refer to 7.2 Write Data to Repeater.)
[Ctrl] + [t]
Perform “Program” > “Test Mode”. (Refer to
7.3 Test Mode Window.)
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3.3.5
Test Mode, Tuning Mode
Table 3-15 Test Mode, Tuning Mode
Shortcut Keys
Key Name
Function
[Space]
Toggle between transmission and reception.
(Refer to 7.3 Test Mode Window, 7.3.11
Tuning Mode.)
3.3.6
Help
Table 3-16 Shortcut Keys for the Help
Key Name
Function
[F1]
Appear the “KPG-91D HTML Help” window.
The help topic operating when the [F1] key
is pressed is shown.
3.3.7
Editing the Configuration Data
Table 3-17 Shortcut Keys used to Edit the Configuration
Data
Key Name
[Tab]
Jump to the other configuration item by
pressing this key.
[Shift] + [Tab]
Go back to the previously selected
configuration item by pressing these keys.
[Enter]
Confirm the entered value and jump to the
next configuration item.
[(ING3)]
[(ING4)]
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Function
Use these buttons as the spin buttons in the
configuration items that the spin button
operation is available.
You can also use these buttons to select the
value in the torpedoing list without
displaying the list.
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4.1
New
Select “File” > “New” to create a new data file. You can
clear the current configuration data and create the new
data file.
The default file name for a new file will be “kpg91d.dat”.
Follow the procedures below to create the new data file.
1. Select “File” > “New”.
A caution message appears.
Figure 4-2 File_Open_1
Figure 4-1 File New
2. You can select one of the following options.
•
Click “OK”.
Clear the current configuration data and create a
new data file.
•
Click “Cancel”.
The current configuration data will not be cleared
and a new configuration data will not be created,
neither.
4.2
Select a file name to open.
The embedded message appears if the selected file
contains an embedded message.
2. Click “Open”.
You can read the file selected at the previous step
using the KPG-91D.
The error message appears when the selected file
contains data that is not supported by the KPG-91D.
Open
This function is to open the configuration data file stored
in the hard disk or other external storage devices (file
extension:.dat).
Figure 4-3 File_Open_2
Follow the procedures below to open the configuration
data file.
1. Select “File” > “Open”.
The “Open” window appears.
4.3
Save
This function is to store the current configuration data to
the hard disk or other external storage devices.
Follow the procedures below to store the configuration
data file.
1. Select “File” > “Save”.
The configuration data is stored as a new file.
The warning message appears if a file with the same
name exists in the destination folder.
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You can store the configuration data with the file name
entered in the “File Name”.
The warning message appears if a file with the same
name exists in the destination folder.
Figure 4-4 File Save
2. Select one of the following options.
•
Click “OK”.
Figure 4-6 File_Save As_2
You can store the new configuration data to the
storage device.
•
Click “Cancel”.
Cancel storing the new configuration data to the
storage device.
3. Select one of the following options.
•
Click “Yes”.
Store the new configuration data to the storage
device.
•
Click “No”.
The new configuration data will not be stored and
returns to the “Save As” window.
4.4
Save As
This function is to name the current configuration data
and store it to the hard disk or other external storage
devices.
Follow the procedures to store the configuration data file
as a new file.
1. Select “File” > “Save As”.
The “Save As” window appears.
4.5
Print
Print out the configuration data.
Follow the procedures to print the configuration data file.
1. Select “File” > “Print”.
The “Print Out List” window appears and you can see
the KPG-91D configuration item. (Refer to 4.5.1 Print
Out List.)
The functions to be displayed vary depending on the
configuration in “Model Information” > “Control
Standard”. (Refer to 5.1 Model Information.)
Figure 4-7 File_Print_1
Figure 4-5 File Save As_1
2. Enter the file name and click “Save”.
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2. Confirm the check box of the configuration data item
that you want to print.
" Scan Information
The configured “Scan Information” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.6 Scan Information Window.)
Checked
The “Scan Information” parameters
will be printed.
Unchecked
The “Scan Information” parameters
will not be printed out.
Range
Default
Unchecked
" DTMF
The configured “DTMF” parameters are printed.
(Refer to 6.7 DTMF Window.)
Figure 4-8 File_Print_3
Note: The “Model” check box and the “Embedded Message”
check box are checked as default configuration.
4.5.1
The “DTMF” parameters will be
printed out.
Unchecked
The “DTMF” parameters will not be
printed out.
Range
3. Click “OK”.
You can print out the “KENWOOD KPG-91D Radio
Programming Information”. (Refer to 4.6 Print
Preview.)
Checked
Default
Unchecked
" Encode/Decode Table
The configured “Encode/Decode Table” parameters
are printed. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
Print Out List
" Model
The Configured “Model Information” is printed.
(Refer to 5.1 Model Information.)
Checked
The Model Information parameters
will be printed out.
Unchecked
The Model Information parameters
will not be printed out.
Range
Default
Checked
The Configured “Optional Features” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.4 Optional Features Window.)
Default
The “Encode/Decode Table”
parameters will be printed out.
Unchecked
The “Encode/Decode Table”
parameters will not be printed out.
Range
Default
Unchecked
" Remote Control
The configured “Remote Control parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.9 Remote Control Window.)
" Optional Features
Checked
The “Optional Features”
parameters will be printed out.
Unchecked
The “Optional Features”
parameters will not be printed out.
Range
Checked
Unchecked
Checked
The “Remote Control” parameters
will be printed out.
Unchecked
The “Remote Control” parameters
will not be printed out.
Range
Default
Unchecked
" Function Port
The configured “Function Port” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.10 Function Port Window.)
" Key Assignment
The Configured “Key Assignment” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
Checked
The “Function Port” parameters will
be printed out.
Unchecked
The “Function Port” parameters will
not be printed out.
Range
Checked
The “Key Assignment” parameters
will be printed.
Unchecked
The “Key Assignment” parameters
will not be printed out.
Range
Default
Default
Unchecked
Unchecked
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" Multi-table
The configure “Multi-table” parameters are printed.
(Refer to 6.11 Multi-table Window.)
Checked
Range
Unchecked
Default
The “Multi-table” parameters will be
printed out.
Range
The “Multi-table” parameters will
not be printed out.
Default
Unchecked
The configured “CW Message” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.12 CW Message Window.)
Default
Checked
The “CW Message” parameters
will be printed out.
Unchecked
The “CW Message” parameters
will not be printed out.
Unchecked
" Test Frequency
The configured “Test Frequency” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.13 Test Frequency Window.)
Checked
The “Test Frequency” parameters
will be printed out.
Unchecked
The “Test Frequency” parameters
will not be printed out.
Range
Default
Unchecked
The “Channel Information”
parameters will not be printed out.
Unchecked
You can select the channel to print from the channels
1 to 16.
Note: The value of the “Start Channel” must be lower than the
“End Channel” value. The End Channel will be equal to
the Start Channel if you enter the higher value in the
Start Channel than the End Channel.
Start Channel
End Channel
Range
1 - 16
(Channel)
1 - 16 (Channel)
Default
1
16
" CW ID
It is possible to select the CW ID only when the
“Channel Information” checkbox is checked.
You can configure the CW ID parameters to print.
(Refer to 6.3 CW ID Window.)
Unchecked
The configured “Embedded Message” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.14 Embedded Message Window.)
Checked
The CW ID parameters will be
printed out.
Unchecked
The CW ID parameters will not be
printed out.
Range
Checked
The “Embedded Message”
parameters will be printed out.
Default
Unchecked
The “Embedded Message”
parameters will not be printed out.
" “Print Setup” Button
Range
Checked
" Embedded Message w/Password
The configured “Embedded Message w/Password”
parameters are printed. (Refer to 6.15 Embedded
Message w/Password Window.)
Checked
The “Embedded Message w/
Password” parameters will be
printed.
Unchecked
The “Embedded Message w/
Password” parameter will not be
printed out.
Range
Default
The “Channel Information”
parameters will be printed out.
It is possible to choice the start channel and end
channel only when the “Channel Information” check
box is checked.
" Embedded Message
Default
Checked
" Start Channel - End Channel
" CW Message
Range
The configured “Channel Information” parameters are
printed. (Refer to 6.1 Channel Information.)
Unchecked
Click “Print Setup” to view the “Print Setup” window.
You can configure the printer used to print out the
configuration data, the paper size, and the paper
rotation.
" “Print Preview” Button
Click “Print Preview” to view the “Print Preview”
window. (Refer to 4.6 Print Preview.)
Unchecked
" Channel Information
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" “Clear All” Button
4.6.1
Toolbar of the Print Preview
Click “Clear All” to uncheck all checkbox.
" “Select All” Button
Click “Select All” to check all checkbox.
" Total Pages
Figure 4-10 Print Preview_Toolbar
" “Print” button
The total number of pages appears.
Click “Print” to view the “Print Out List” window.
" “Next Page”/”Prev Page” button
4.6
Click “Next Page” to view the next page of the current
print image.
Print Preview
Click “Prev Page” to view the previous page of the
current print image.
Review the print image after selecting items to be printed
in the Print Out List.
Note:
Follow the procedures below to view the print image.
!
You can click the “Next Page” only when there are more
than one page(s).
1. You can select one of the following operations.
!
You can click the “Prev Page” only when there are preceding
page(s).
•
Select “File” > “Print Preview”.
•
Click “Print Preview” in the “Print Out List” window.
(Refer to 4.5.1 Print Out List.)
The “Print Preview” window appears.
It can switch the display and move to the other page
by clicking the buttons on the toolbar located on the
top of the window. (Refer to 4.6.1 Toolbar of the Print
Preview.)
" “Two Page”/”One Page” Button
Click “Two Page” to display two pages at the same
time. Click “One Page” when two pages are displayed
in order to display only one page.
" “Zoom In”/”Zoom Out” Button
Click “Zoom In” to enlarge the print image.
Click “Zoom Out” to zoom out the print image.
Note:
!
You can click the “Zoom In” button only when the print image
can be enlarged.
!
You can click the “Zoom Out” button only when the print
image can be zoomed out.
!
You can enlarge the print image when the magnifying glass
icon appears on the image. You can zoom out the print
image when the cursor returns to normal.
" “Close” Button
Click “Close” to close the “Print Preview” window and
return to the main window or the “Print Out List”
window.
Figure 4-9 Print Preview
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4.7
Exit
This function is to exit the KPG-91D program.
Follow the procedures below to exit the KPG-91D.
1. Select “File” > “Exit”.
The confirmation dialog box appears to exit the KPG91D.
Figure 4-11 File_Exit_1
2. Select one of the following options.
•
Click “No”.
•
Click “Yes”.
Click “No” if you do not want to exit the KPG-91D.
Immediately exit the KPG-91D program by
pressing “Yes” when the configuration data has not
been modified or already stored. The confirmation
dialog box appears to ask you to store the
configuration data if you have modified it.
Figure 4-12 File_Exit_2
3. Select one of the following options.
•
Click “Cancel”.
The exit is canceled.
•
Click “No”.
Exit the KPG-91D program without storing the
configuration data to the storage device.
•
Click “Yes”.
The “Save As” window (refer to 4.4 Save As)
appears and you can store the configuration data
to a file. You can exit the KPG-91D program after
storing the data.
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5.1
Model Information
You can select the TKR-750/850/751/851 model type,
market code, frequency, and the option board on the
“Model Information” window.
Figure 5-2 Model Information_Warning_1
!
406.0 MHz and 406.1MHz are assigned as the Emergency
locator beacons in the United States. Therefore, the TKR-750/
751/850/851 is not designed to use these frequencies.
5.1.3
Figure 5-1 “Model Information” window
5.1.1
Select the optional board installed in the TKR-750/850/
751/851 from dropdown list. Select “None” if no Voice
Scrambler board is installed.
Model Type
Select the TKR-750/850/751/851 model type model type
from dropdown list.
Range
TKR-750, TKR-850, TKR-751, TKR-851
Default
TKR-750
5.1.2
Frequency
Optional Board
None
No optional board is installed.
Range
Voice
Scrambler
The Voice Scrambler board is
installed.
Default
None
Select the frequency bandwidth according to the model
type from dropdown list.
Table 5-1 Transmission/Reception Frequency Range
Model
Market Code
Frequency Range [MHz]
TKR-750
K
K2
146 - 174
136 - 150
TKR-850
K
K2
K3
450 - 480
480 - 512
400 - 430
TKR-751
K
146 - 174
TKR-851
K
K2
450 - 480
480 - 512
Note:
!
A warning message appears when clicking “OK” after changing
“Model Type” or “Frequency” (Figure 5-2). Click “OK” to delete
all configured data and create a new data with the selected
Model Type or the transmission/reception frequency. Click
“Cancel” to return to the “Model Information” window without
changing the model type and the transmission/reception
frequency.
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6.1
Channel Information
It can configure the channel data to transmit/receive on
the “Channel Information” window. You can configure the
data a maximum of 16 channels.
Note:
!
The frequency range varies depending on the model and the
market code. (Refer to FUNC 1.2 Transmission/Reception
Frequency.)
!
You can use numbers, “.”, and “,” for the 9 digits of the
frequency.
!
You must enter the value within the range when configuring the
frequency. When entering the frequency, which is out of the
range, it will be automatically replaced with the highest value or
the lowest value within the range configured in “Model
Information” > “Frequency” window. (Refer to 5.1 Model
Information.)
6.1.3
6.1.1
Figure 6-1 Channel Information window
It can configure the signalling used to receive a call. You
can select the QT tone or DQT code from the dropdown
list. You can also directly enter the QT tone and the DQT
code.
Reception Frequency
Note:
!
When both of the QT Encode and the QT Reverse Burst
functions are enabled, the repeater transmits the QT Reverse
Burst tone at end of transmission.
!
When the DQT Encode is selected, the TKR-750/850/751/851
transmits the DQT Turn-off Code.
It can configure the Reception Frequency in this window.
You can directly enter the value in the edit box.
Range
Default
QT/DQT Decode
TKR-750/751
100.00000 - 280.00000 MHz
TKR-850/851
327.00000 - 550.00000 MHz
(Common to all ranges)
Blank
# Selecting the QT/DQT Decode Code from the
Dropdown list:
Note:
!
Range
The frequency range varies depending on the model and the
market code. (Refer to FUNC 1.2 Transmission/Reception
Frequency.)
!
You can use numbers, “.”, and “,” for the 9 digits of the
frequency.
!
You must enter the value within the range when configuring the
frequency. When entering the frequency, which is out of the
range, it will be automatically replaced with the highest value or
the lowest value within the range configured in “Model
Information” > “Frequency” window. (Refer to 5.1 Model
Information.)
!
Default
Transmission Frequency
You can configure the Transmission Frequency in this
window. You can directly enter the value in the edit box.
Range
Default
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100.00000 - 280.00000 MHz
TKR-850/851
327.00000 - 550.00000 MHz
(Common to all ranges)
Blank
67.0 - 250.3 Hz
DQT Normal
D023N - D754N
DQT Inverse
D023I - D754I
None
# Directly entering the QT/DQT Decode Code:
Range
You must configure the “Reception Frequency” first before
configuring other functions. On the other hand, the other
functions are reset when clearing the frequency configured in
the “Reception Frequency” window.
6.1.2
QT
In steps of
Default
QT
67.0 - 254.1 Hz
DQT Normal
D000N - D777N
DQT Inverse
D000I - D777I
QT
0.1 Hz
DQT
1
None
Note:
!
You can use numbers, “D”, “N”, “I”, “.”, and “,” for the 5 digits of
the QT/DQT Encode code.
!
When entering only numbers, the code is automatically
configured as the QT Tone.
!
When entering “D” as the first character of the code, the code is
automatically configured as the DQT code.
!
When entering the value, which is out of the range, it will be
automatically replaced with the highest value or the lowest value
in the range.
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6.1.4
QT/DQT Encode
6.1.6
It can configure the signalling for the transmission. You
can select the QT tone or DQT code from the dropdown
list. You can also directly enter the QT tone and the DQT
code.
# Selecting the QT/DQT Encode Code from the
Dropdown list:
Range
Default
QT
67.0 - 250.3 Hz
DQT Normal
D023N - D754N
DQT Inverse
D023I - D754I
It can select whether or not the TKR-750/850/751/851 waits
for a call with the QT/DQT Decode code configured to
each channel and the QT/DQT Decode code configured
in the Multi-table. This function is available only when the
QT/DQT Decode code is configured on the “Channel
Information” window and the Decode code is configured
on the Multi-table. (Refer to 6.11 Multi-table Window.)
In steps of
Default
QT
67.0 - 254.1 Hz
DQT Normal
D000N - D777N
DQT Inverse
D000I - D777I
QT
0.1 Hz
DQT
1
Yes, No
Default
No
!
The signalling encoded when the PTT switch is pressed depend
on configuration of the “Encode Tone in Multiple” of the “Channel
Edit” window. (Refer to 6.2.7 Encode Tone in Multiple.)
!
Do not configure the same QT/DQT Decode data in the Multitable. When one or more same QT/DQT Decode data are
configured in the Multi-table and the QT/DQT Encode data are
different, the repeater cannot specify the QT/DQT Encode data
to be transmitted.
6.1.7
None
Note:
!
You can use numbers, “D”, “N”, “I”, “.”, and “,” for the 5 digits of
the QT/DQT Encode code.
!
When entering only numbers, the code is automatically
configured as the QT Tone.
!
When entering “D” as the first character of the code, the code is
automatically configured as the DQT code.
!
Range
Note:
None
# Directly Entering the QT/DQT Encode Code:
Default
Multi-table
W/N
It can configure the transmission bandwidth for each
channel. Select the bandwidth from Wide and Narrow
from the dropdown list. (Refer to FUNC 1.4 Transmission
Bandwidth.)
Range
Wide, Narrow
Default
Wide
When entering the value, which is out of the range, it will be
automatically replaced with the highest value or the lowest value
in the range.
6.1.5
Channel Name
It can configure the name of the channel. The configured
Channel Name appears on the Channel/Status display
when selecting the channel with the PF key. (Refer to
FUNC 1.6 Display.)
Range
2 digits
0 ~ 9, A, b, c, d, E, F, G, H, i, J, L, n, o, P, q, r, S,
t, U, y, -, =, _
Default
Channel Number (1 - 16)
Note: The TKR-750/850/751/851 may not properly recognize the
entered characters when entering the reserved characters,
such as “PG”, “E1”,”E2”, “E3”, “E4”. Do not use the reserved
characters for the channel name.
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6.1.8
Power
Note:
It can configure the Transmission Power for each
channel. Select “High” or “Low” from the dropdown list.
It is possible to configure the Transmission Power only
when the Transmission Frequency is configured. (Refer
to 6.1.2 Transmission Frequency.)
Range
High, Low
Default
High
6.1.9
!
You cannot send a CW ID while scanning or Scan pauses.
!
When “CW ID On” or “CW Message On” is enabled while
sending the CW ID, the TKR-750/850/751/851 stops sending the
current CW ID and sends the new CW ID instead.
6.1.12 Channel Edit Button
Click “Channel Edit” to view the “Channel Edit” window.
(Refer to 6.2 Channel Edit Window.)
Note: You can open the “Channel Edit” window with one of the
following options.
Operation Mode
It can configure the Operation Mode for each channel.
Select the mode from Repeat, Simplex, and Duplex from
the dropdown list.
•
Press [F11].
•
Double-click the channel number.
6.1.13 Channel Copy ([Shift] + [F3])
Range
Repeat, Simplex, Duplex
Default
When the transmission frequency is not same as
the reception frequency: Repeat
When the transmission frequency is same as the
reception frequency: Simplex
It can copy a configured channel data to the other
channel.
Follow the procedures given below to copy a channel.
1. Select the channel to copy.
Note:
!
!
When the reception frequency is same as the transmission
frequency, the Operation Mode is fixed to Simplex mode, so that
you cannot select “Repeat” or “Duplex”.
You cannot enable the “Scan Add” when “Repeat” is selected
since the channel has a fixed frequency pair. (Refer to 6.1.10
Scan Add.)
You can select the channel by clicking the channel
number.
2. Press [Shift] and [F3] at the same time.
The “Channel Copy” window appears.
6.1.10 Scan Add
You can select the channel to be scanned. Select “Yes” or
“No” from the dropdown list.
Range
Yes, No
Default
No
Figure 6-2 Channel Copy window
3. Select a channel to be copied.
You can select the channel with the spin buttons. You
can also directly enter the channel number.
Note: You cannot enable the Scan Add function when selecting
“Repeat” in the “Operation Mode” since the channel is fixed
to operate the repeater mode. (Refer to 6.1.9 Operation
Mode.)
4. Click “Copy”.
The configuration data is copied to the desired
channel.
Note: You can copy the configuration data only when the
source channel has the configuration data.
6.1.11 CW ID
It can select the repeater to send the CW ID. Select “Yes”
or “No” from the dropdown list.
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Yes, No
Default
No
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6.1.14 Frequency Copy ([Shift] + [F4])
It can copy the data configured in the “Reception
Frequency” to the “Transmission Frequency” of the same
channel.
Follow the procedures given below to copy the frequency.
1. Select the channel to copy.
You can select the channel by clicking the channel
number.
Figure 6-4 QT/DQT Copy window
3. Click “Copy”.
2. Press [Shift] + [F4].
The “Frequency Copy” window appears.
You can copy the data configured in the “QT/DQT
Decode” to the “QT/DQT Encode” of the same
channel.
Note:
!
When directly entering the QT/DQT Encode code in the “QT/
DQT Copy” window or selecting it from the dropdown list,
the entered value is used as the “QT/DQT Encode”.
!
You cannot copy the “QT/DQT Decode” configuration data to
other channels.
!
You can copy the configuration data only when the source
channel has the QT/DQT Decode configuration data.
Figure 6-3 Frequency Copy window
3. Click “Copy”.
The data configured in the “Reception Frequency” is
copied to the “Transmission Frequency” of the same
channel.
It can insert a new channel to the channel list.
Follow the procedures below to insert the channel.
Note:
!
6.1.16 Channel Insert ([Shift] + [F9])
When directly entering the frequency in the “Frequency
Copy” window, the entered frequency is used as the
“Transmission Frequency”.
!
You cannot copy the “Reception Frequency” data to other
channels.
!
You can copy the configuration data only when the source
channel has the Reception Frequency data.
6.1.15 QT/DQT Copy ([Shift] + [F5])
It can copy the data configured in the “QT/DQT Decode”
to the “QT/DQT Encode” of the same channel.
Follow the procedures given below to copy the QT/DQT
code.
1. Select the channel to copy.
You can select the channel by clicking the channel
number.
2. Press [Shift] + [F5].
You can view the “QT/DQT Copy” window.
1. Select one of the channels to insert a new channel.
You can select the channel by clicking the channel
number.
2. Press [Shift] and [F9] at the same time.
The new channel is inserted on top of the selected
channel. The channel number of the channels
following the inserted channel increases in steps of 1.
Note:
You cannot insert a new channel when the data is
configured to the last channel (No. 16).
6.1.17 Channel Delete ([Shift] + [F10])
It can delete channel data.
Follow the procedures given below to delete the channel
data.
1. Select the channel to delete.
You can select the channel by clicking the channel
number.
2. Press [Shift] + [F10] at the same time.
The selected channel is deleted. The channel number
of the channels following the deleted channel
decreases in steps of 1.
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6.1.18 Context Menu
6.2.1
Reception Frequency
Select the channel by clicking the channel number and
right-click to display the context menu of the selected
channel. In this menu, you can copy or delete the
configuration data.
It can configure the Reception Frequency to directly enter
the value in the edit box.
Range
Default
TKR-750/751 100.00000 - 280.00000 MHz
TKR-850/851 327.00000 - 550.00000 MHz
Blank
Note:
Figure 6-5 Context Menu
!
The frequency range varies corresponding to the model and the
market code. (Refer to FUNC 1.2 Transmission/Reception
Frequency.)
!
You can use numbers, “.”, and “,” for the 9 digits of the
frequency.
!
You must enter the value within the range when configuring the
frequency. When entering the frequency, which is out of the
range, it will be automatically replaced to the highest value or
the lowest value within the range configured in “Model
Information” > “Frequency” window. (Refer to 5.1 Model
Information.)
!
You must configure the “Reception Frequency” first before
configuring other functions. On the other hand, the other
functions resets when deleting the frequency data configured in
the “Reception Frequency” window.
Table 6-1 Context Menu
Function
Description
Copy
Copy the selected channel.
Paste
Paste the copied channel data.
Delete
Delete the selected channel.
to Clipboard
Copy the selected channel data to the
clipboard.
to Clipboard (w/ You can copy the selected channel data to
Title)
the clipboard with the title.
6.2
Channel Edit Window
It can configure the channel data to transmit/receive on
the “Channel Edit” window. You can configure data of
maximum 16 channels. You can configure the Encode
Tone in Multiple, Beat Shift, QT Reverse Burst,
Compander, CW ID, and Voice Scrambler functions.
Figure 6-6 Channel Edit window
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Transmission Frequency
!
When entering only numbers, the code is automatically
configured as the QT Tone.
It can configure a Frequency to transmit. Enter a value in
the edit box. directly
!
When entering “D” as the first character of the code, the code is
automatically configured as the DQT code.
!
When entering the value, which is out of the range, it will be
automatically replaced with the highest value or the lowest value
in the range.
6.2.2
Range
Default
TKR-750/751
100.00000 - 280.00000 MHz
TKR-850/851
327.00000 - 550.00000 MHz
(Common to all ranges)
6.2.4
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Note:
!
The frequency range varies depending on the model and the
market code. (Refer to FUNC 1.2 Transmission/Reception
Frequency.)
!
It can use numbers, “.”, and “,” for the 9th digit of the frequency.
!
You must enter the value within the range when configuring the
frequency. When entering the frequency, which is out of the
range, it will be automatically replaced with the highest value or
the lowest value within the range configured in “Model
Information” > “Frequency” window. (Refer to 5.1 Model
Information.)
QT/DQT Encode
It can configure a signalling to make a call. You can select
a QT tone or DQT code from the dropdown list. You can
also directly enter the QT tone and the DQT code.
# Selecting the QT/DQT Encode Code from the
Dropdown list:
Range
Default
6.2.3
Range
Note:
!
When the DQT Encode is selected, the TKR-750/850/751/851
transmits a DQT Turn-off Code.
# Selecting the QT/DQT Decode Code from the
Dropdown List:
Default
QT
67.0 - 250.3 Hz
DQT Normal
D023N - D754N
DQT Inverse
D023I - D754I
None
# Directly entering the QT/DQT Decode Code:
Range
In steps of
Default
QT
67.0 - 254.1 Hz
DQT Normal
D000N - D777N
DQT Inverse
D000I - D777I
QT
0.1 Hz
DQT
1
None
Note:
!
In steps of
When both of the QT Encode and the QT Reverse Burst
functions are enabled, the TKR-750/850/751/851 transmits a QT
Reverse Burst code at end of transmission.
Range
67.0 - 250.3 Hz
DQT Normal
D023N - D754N
DQT Inverse
D023I - D754I
None
# Directly entering the QT/DQT Encode Code:
QT/DQT Decode
It can configure a signalling to receive a call. Select a QT
tone or DQT code from the dropdown list. You can also
directly enter the QT tone and the DQT code.
!
QT
Default
QT
67.0 - 254.1 Hz
DQT Normal
D000N - D777N
DQT Inverse
D000I - D777I
QT
0.1 Hz
DQT
1
None
Note:
!
You can use numbers, “D”, “N”, “I”, “.”, and “,” for the 5 digits of
the QT/DQT Encode code.
!
When entering only numbers, the code is automatically
configured as the QT Tone.
!
When entering “D” as the first character of the code, the code is
automatically configured as the DQT code.
!
When entering the value, which is out of the range, it will be
automatically replaced with the highest value or the lowest value
in the range.
6.2.5
Channel Name
It can configure the Channel Name. The configured
channel name appears on the Channel/Status display
when selecting the channel with the PF key. (Refer to
FUNC 1.6 Display.)
Range
2 digits
0 - 9, A, b, c, d, E, F, G, H, i, J, L, n, o, P, q, r, S,
t, U, y, -, =, _
Default
Channel Number (1 - 16)
You can use numbers, “D”, “N”, “I”, “.”, and “,” for the 5th digit of
the QT/DQT Encode code.
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Note: The TKR-750/850/751/851 may not properly recognize the
entered characters when entering the reserved characters,
such as “PG”, “E1”,”E2”, “E3”, “E4”. Do not use the reserved
characters for the channel name.
6.2.6
Wide/Narrow
It can configure the transmission bandwidth for each
channel. Select the bandwidth from Wide and Narrow
from the dropdown list. (Refer to FUNC 1.4 Transmission
Bandwidth.)
6.2.9
It can enable that the TKR-750/850/751/851 waits a call with
a QT/DQT Decode code in the Multi-table. This function is
available only when the QT/DQT Decode code is
configured on the “Channel Information” window and the
Decode code is configured in the Multi-table. (Refer to
6.11 Multi-table Window.)
Range
Default
Range
Wide, Narrow
Default
Wide
6.2.7
Default
The Multi-table function is enable.
Unchecked
The Multi-table function is disabled.
Unchecked
!
The signalling, which is encoded when the PTT switch is
pressed, is depend on the “Encode Tone in Multiple”
configuration on the “Channel Edit” window. (Refer to 6.2.7
Encode Tone in Multiple.)
!
Do not configure the same QT/DQT Decode data in the Multitable. When one or more same QT/DQT Decode data are
configured in the Multi-table and the QT/DQT Encode data are
different, the TKR-750/850/751/851 cannot specify the QT/DQT
Encode data to be transmitted.
Encode Tone in Multiple
Primary:
Encodes the Primary code configured to each
channel.
Current:
Encodes the QT/DQT Encode code configured
to the “Multi-table”.
Primary
Note:
!
It cannot select “Current” in the “Encode Tone in Multiple” when
the “Operation Mode” is configured to “Simplex”. (Refer to 6.2.8
Operation Mode.)
!
The encode operation varies according to the PTT priority and
the TKR-750/850/751/851 status. (Refer to FUNC 4.7 Encode
Tone in Multiple.)
6.2.8
Checked
Note:
It can select a signalling to transmit when the TKR-750/850/
751/851 receives the transmission request on the channel
operating other than Simplex Mode. You can select
“Primary” or “Current” from the dropdown list.
Range
Multi-table (Channel Edit)
Operation Mode
6.2.10 Beat Shift
It can enable/disable the Beat Shift. The Beat Shift
function eliminates the problems of the TKR-750/850/751/
851 internal beat caused by internal oscillators.
The harmonic of the microprocessor clock may interfere
to reception. You can eliminate this problem by slightly
shifting the frequency of the clock used in the
microprocessor.
Range
Default
Checked
The Beat Shift function is enabled.
Unchecked
The Beat Shift function is disabled.
Unchecked
6.2.11 TX High Power
It can configure the operation mode for each channel.
You can select a mode from Repeat, Simplex, and Duplex
from the dropdown list.
It can configure the Transmission Power for each
channel. Select “High” or “Low”.
Range
Repeat, Simplex, Duplex
Default
When the transmission frequency is not the same
as the reception frequency: Repeat
When the transmission frequency is the same as
the reception frequency: Simplex
You can configure the Transmission Power only when
the Transmission Frequency is configured. (Refer to 6.2.2
Transmission Frequency.)
When a reception frequency is same as a transmission
frequency, the operation mode is fixed to Simplex, so that you
cannot select “Repeat” or “Duplex”.
!
You cannot enable “Scan Add” when selecting “Repeat” since
the channel has a fixed frequency pair. (Refer to 6.2.13 Scan
Add.)
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The transmission output power is
configured to “High”.
Unchecked
The transmission output power is
configured to “Low”.
Range
Note:
!
Checked
Default
Checked
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6.2.12 QT Reverse Burst
It can enable/disable the QT Reverse Burst function. This
function eliminates a squelch tail noise on the receiving
side since the QT Reverse Burst tone is sent at end of
transmitting. When the QT/DQT Encode code configured
to the channel is QT, the QT Reverse Burst Code is
transmitted.
Checked
The QT Reverse Burst function is
enabled.
Unchecked
The QT Reverse Burst function is
disabled.
Range
Default
It can configure the TKR-750/850/751/851 to send a CW ID.
Check the “CW ID” checkbox to enable. (Refer to 6.2.16
CW ID Button.)
Range
Default
Checked
CW ID is enable
Unchecked
CW ID is Disable
Unchecked
Note:
!
It cannot send a CW ID while scanning or the Scan pauses.
!
When “CW ID On” or “CW Message On” is enabled while
sending the CW ID, the repeater stops sending the current CW
ID and sends the new CW ID instead.
Checked
Note: When the DQT Encode is selected, the TKR-750/850/751/
851 transmits the QT Turn-off Code.
6.2.16 CW ID Button
It can use the “CW ID” button only when CW ID is
enabled. Click this button to view the “CW ID” window.
(Refer to 6.3 CW ID Window.)
6.2.13 Scan Add
It can select a channel to be scanned.
Range
Default
Checked
The Scan operation is enabled.
Unchecked
The Scan operation is disabled.
Unchecked
Note: You cannot enable the Scan Add function when selecting
“Repeat” in the “Operation Mode” since the channel is fixed
to operate the repeater mode. (Refer to 6.2.8 Operation
Mode.)
6.2.17 Voice Scrambler
You can enable/disable Voice Scrambler. You must install
the optional Voice Scramble board in the TKR-750/850/
751/851 and select “Model Information” > “Option Board”
> “Voice Scrambler” in order to use the Voice Scrambler.
Checked
Voice Scrambler is enabled.
Voice Scrambler is enabled when
TKR-750/850/751/851 is turned
ON or the channel is changed.
Unchecked
Voice Scrambler is disabled.
Voice Scrambler is disabled when
TKR-750/850/751/851 is turned
ON or the channel is changed.
Range
6.2.14 Compander
It can enable/disable Compander. This function improves
the quality of the received audio by reducing the noise.
Compander is used to improve the S/N ratio (Signal to
Noise Ratio) of an audio signal by compressing it at the
transmitting side and expanding it at the receiving side.
With this function, the TKR-750/850/751/851 compresses the
transmission signal during transmission and it expands
the signal with the same ratio during reception.
Default
Unchecked
Note: The audio of repeat is not scrambled even if this function is
enabled.
6.2.18 Scrambler Code
Range
Default
Checked
Compander is enabled.
Unchecked
Compander is disabled.
Unchecked
Note:
!
Compander does not operate on the audio signal to be
repeated.
!
To use Compander, both the transmitting party's configuration
and the receiving party's configuration must be the same.
6.2.15 CW ID
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It can configure the Scrambler Code. You must install the
optional Voice Scramble board and select “Model
Information” > “Option Board” > “Voice Scrambler” in
order to configure the Scramble Code.
Range
1 - 16
In steps of
1
Default
1
Note: When the The TKR-750/850/751/851 is turned ON or the
channel is changed, the code selection ports specify the
configured Scrambler code regardless of the status of Voice
Scrambler. (Refer to FUNC 4.14.1 Scrambler Code.
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6.3
CW ID Window
The CW ID is sent after the CW Mod. Delay Time is
expired. (Refer to 6.3.5 CW Mod. Delay Time.)
It can configure a CW ID to send.
Range
Off, 0.1 - 10 sec.
In steps of
Default
0.1 sec.
5 sec.
Note: “TX Delay Time” function is not applicable when sending the
CW ID with the “CW ID On” function.
6.3.4
It can configure a interval duration to send the CW ID.
You can configure the speed using the spin buttons or
directly enter the value.
Figure 6-7 CW ID window
6.3.1
CW ID
Range
It can configure a CW ID by entering a maximum of 32
characters and symbols. (Refer to 6.3 CW ID Window.)
Range
A maximum of 32 characters and symbols
(space), “, ', (,), +,,, -,., /, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9,:, =,?
A-Z
Default
Blank
6.3.2
TX Interval Time
1 - 60 min.
In steps of
1 min.
Default
30 min.
In steps of
1 word/min.
Default
20 word/min.
6.3.5
CW Mod. Delay Time
It can configure a duration between the time when the
TKR-750/850/751/851 starts transmitting and the time
when it sends a CW ID. You can configure the duration
using the spin buttons or directly enter the value.
Off, 10 - 2550 ms
In steps of
10 ms
Default
600 ms
6.3.6
Note: The TX Interval Time starts counting down when resetting
the TKR-750/850/751/851, changing the channel, and
activating the “CW ID On” Function or the “Scan Off”
Function.
6.3.3
5 - 30 word/min.
Range
It can configure the interval time to transmit the CW ID.
You can configure a duration using the spin buttons or
directly enter a value to configure the duration.
Range
CW Speed
Audio Frequency
It can configure a frequency to send the CW ID. You can
configure the frequency using the spin buttons or directly
enter the value to configure the duration.
Range
400 - 2000 Hz
In steps of
100 Hz
Default
800 Hz
TX Delay Time
TX Delay Time is a duration between the time when the
transmission ends due to the expiration of the TX Interval
Time, the change of the channel, or the deactivation of
the CW ID Override function and the time when the TKR750/850/751/851 resumes transmitting in order to send
the CW ID. You can configure the duration using the spin
buttons or directly enter the value. (Refer to 6.3.2 TX
Interval Time.)
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6.3.7
TX Required in Interval
It can be enable to send a CW ID with the configured
interval. (Refer to 6.3.2 TX Interval Time.)
Checked
Range
Unchecked
Default
The CW ID is sent after the
configured interval timer expires only
when TKR-750/850/751/851
transmitted.
The CW ID is sent with the interval
configured in the “TX Interval Time”.
It can transmit a CW ID when the channel is selected or
changed. The TKR-750/850/751/851 transmits a CW ID
regardless of the configuration of the CW Mod. Delay
Time and the TX Interval Time.
Checked
CW ID is sent when the channel is
selected or changed.
Unchecked
CW ID is not sent even when the
channel is selected or changed.
Range
Default
Unchecked
Unchecked
6.3.11 Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID)
Note: “TX Required in Interval” function is not applicable when
sending the CW ID with the “CW ID On” function.
6.3.8
CW ID Override
It can send a CW ID with audio signal when the TX
Interval Time expires during transmission. (Refer to 6.3.2
TX Interval Time.)
Checked
Range
Unchecked
Default
It can encode a QT/DQT (Primary) code configured to
each channel while sending a CW ID.
The CW ID is sent with an audio
signal when the TX Interval Time
expires during transmission.
The CW ID is sent after the
transmission ends when the TX
Interval Time expires during
transmission.
Unchecked
Checked
CW ID is transmitted with QT/DQT
(Primary) code of each channel.
Unchecked
CW ID is transmitted without QT/
DQT (Primary) code of each
channel.
Range
Default
Unchecked
Note: The TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the QT/DQT code
configured to each channel when Encode with QT/DQT is
enabled, and it does not send the QT/DQT code when
Encode with QT/DQT is disabled. However, the new CW ID/
CW Message is sent in conjunction with the Encode with
QT/DQT configuration when the TKR-750/850/751/851
sends another CW ID or CW Message while the CW ID is
independently sent. (Refer to 6.12 CW Message Window.)
Note:
!
When sending the CW ID configured as CW ID Override On, the
QT/DQT code configured to the channel is encoded regardless
of the Encode with QT/DQT configuration. (Refer to 6.3.11
Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID).)
!
The CW ID is not sent even when the CW ID On function is
enabled during transmission while CW ID Override is disabled.
6.3.9
Send CW ID to RA
A CW ID tone is sent to the front speaker and the RA
terminal located on the rear panel. It can use to monitor
and confirm by dispatcher.
Range
Default
Checked
“Send CW ID to RA” is enable
Unchecked
“Send CW ID to RA” is disable
Unchecked
Note: The CW ID is only sent from the RA line when the channel is
in Simplex mode. In this case, the CW ID is not sent from
the speaker.
6.3.10 CW ID on Channel Change
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6.4
Optional Features Window
On this window, it can configure the transmission/
reception condition and the repeater's operation during
transmission/reception. You can also configure the
functions in conjunction with some operation status. This
window consists of “Optional Features 1", “Optional
Features 2", “Others” tabs and you can switch the display
by clicking tabs.
6.4.1
Optional Features 1 Tab
On this tab, it can configure the transmission/reception
using the repeater PTT or the external PTT and the
repeater's operation during transmission/reception.
Default
Note:
Off
You cannot configure this duration when the “Time-out
Timer” is configured to “Off”.
" TOT Rekey Time (Repeater/Ext-PTT)
It can configure the duration between the time that the
transmission ends with the TOT and the time that the
TKR-750/850/751/851 can start transmitting again.
You can configure the duration by the spin buttons or
directly enter the value. (Refer to " Time-out Timer
(TOT) (Repeater/Ext-PTT).)
Range
In steps of
Default
Off, 1 - 60 sec.
1 sec.
Off
Note:
!
You can transmit immediately after the TOT expires when
the TOT Rekey Time function is disabled.
!
You cannot configure the duration if the “Time-out Timer” is
configured to “Off”.
" TOT Reset Time (Repeater/Ext-PTT)
It can configure the duration between the time when
the transmission ends before the TOT expires and the
time that the counter of the TOT resets. Configure the
duration by the spin buttons or directly enter the value.
(Refer to " Time-out Timer (TOT) (Repeater/ExtPTT).)
Figure 6-8 Optional Features 1 tab
Range
" Time-out Timer (TOT) (Repeater/Ext-PTT)
You can configure a duration of the continuous
transmission using the repeater PTT or the external
PTT. The TKR-750/850/751/851 automatically stops
transmission and returns to the reception mode when
the TOT expires. Configure a duration time by the spin
buttons or directly enter the value.
Range
0.5 min.
Default
5.0 min.
" Time-out Pre-alert (Repeater/Ext-PTT)
It can configure a timing to activate the TOT Pre-alert
to notify a user that the transmission is going to be
terminated. You can also configure the timing to sound
the TOT Pre-alert tone. Configure a frequency by the
spin buttons or directly enter the value. (Refer to "
Time-out Timer (TOT) (Repeater/Ext-PTT).)
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1 sec.
Off
Note:
!
The TOT is reset immediately after the ends of transmission
when the TOT Reset Time function is disabled.
!
You cannot configure the duration if the “Time-out Timer” is
configured as “Off”.
" Repeat Hold Time
Note: The TOT function is not applicable to send the CW ID.
In steps of
Default
Off, 1 - 15 sec.
Off, 0.5 - 30 min.
In steps of
Range
In steps of
Off, 1 - 10 sec.
1 sec.
It can configure the duration to keep transmitting even
the receive signal is gone. It should be used to
prevent a interruption due to repeat a weak signal.
You can configure a duration by the spin buttons or
directly enter the value.
Range
In steps of
Default
Off, 1 - 10 sec.
0.1 sec.
Off
Note:
!
The 750/850/751/851 returns to the reception mode when
the repeater PTT is released when the Repeat Hold Time is
disabled.
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The duration configured in the Repeat Hold Time is handled
as the TOT.
!
The audio signal is muted while the Repeat Hold Time is
counting down.
Range
" DQT Turn-off Code
It can configure a duration to send a DQT Turn-off
code. This function eliminates the squelch tail noise
on the receiving side by sending the DQT Turn-off
code when the transmitting party stop to transmit.
You can configure it by the spin buttons or directly
enter the value.
Range
In steps of
Default
140 - 200 ms
It can configure a duration between the time when the
time the received QT signalling un-matches and the
time when the TKR-750/850/751/851 starts the QT
Decode operation. With this function, the QT Reverse
Burst code should not be recognized as a normal QT
signalling. You can configure a time by the spin
buttons or directly enter the value. (Refer to 6.2.12 QT
Reverse Burst.)
1 ms
Default
80 ms
Note: The TKR-750/850/751/851 starts the QT Decode
operation immediately after the received QT signalling
un-matches if the QT Decode Delay is disabled.
" Test Tone
It can configure the frequency of single tone
transmitted when Test Tone assigned to a PF key or
an Auxiliary Input Port is enabled. You can configure
a tone by the spin buttons or directly enter the value to
configure the duration. (Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment
Window, 6.10 Function Port Window.)
Default
1
Note: When using the channel that “Operation Mode” is
configured as “Repeat” and the “QT/DQT Encode” is
configured as “None”, the TKR-750/850/751/851
activates the repeat operation regardless of the
presence of the reception signal if the Squelch Level is
configured as “0”. (Refer to 6.2.4 QT/DQT Encode, 6.2.8
Operation Mode.)
It can configure a duration to send the QT Reverse
Burst code. This function eliminates the squelch tail
noise on the receiving side by sending the QT
Reverse Burst code at end of transmitting. You can
configure a duration by the spin buttons or directly
enter the value. (Refer to 6.2.12 QT Reverse Burst.)
Range
140 - 200 ms
In steps of
Default
1 ms
160 ms
Note:
!
This function is available only when the QT/DQT Decode
code is enabled in the “Channel Edit” window.
!
When the QT/DQT Encode code configured to the channel
is QT, the TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the QT Reverse
Burst Code. When the DQT Encode is selected, the it sends
the QT Turn-off Code.
" Backup Battery System
It can configure a timing to emit the Backup Battery
Warning Tone/Operation Tone. Select “Secondary
Input Backup” or “Main Line Backup” from the
dropdown list. (Refer to 6.4.2 Optional Features 2
Tab.)
Emits the Backup Battery Warning
Secondary
Tone or the Operation Tone when the
Input
power is switched from the main
Backup
power to the backup power.
Range
300 - 3000 Hz
1 Hz
Main Line
Backup
1000 Hz
Note: The TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the CW ID/Message
only when sending the CW ID/Message while
transmitting Test Tone. It does not modulate the repeat
audio signal while transmitting Test Tone. (Refer to 6.3
CW ID Window, 6.12 CW Message Window.)
" Squelch Level
It can configure a squelch level used to eliminate the
weak signal. It should decrease to listen to weak radio
Version: 1.01
Default
Off, 1 - 250 ms
In steps of
In steps of
1
" QT Reverse Burst Time
170 ms
" QT Decode Delay
Range
0 (Shallow) - 15 (Tight)
In steps of
1 ms
Note: When the QT/DQT Encode configured to the channel is
DQT, the DQT Turn-off code is sent.
Range
signals and increase the level for only strong radio
signals communication. You can configure the level by
the spin buttons or directly enter the value.
Default
Emits the Backup Battery Warning
Tone or the Operation Tone when the
voltage of the main power becomes
lower than the Power Supply Lower
Level.
Secondary Input Backup
" Power Supply Lower Level
It can configure a reference voltage in order to
activate/deactivate the Power Supply Lower Limit.
This function activates an Auxiliary output port that is
assigned to the Power Supply Lower Limit when the
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voltage of the power becomes lower than the
configured level. You can configure the level by the
spin buttons or directly enter the value. (Refer to 6.10
Function Port Window.)
Range
0.1 V
Default
11.7 V
Default
" RX Signal Detect (Below)
Temperature
The cooling fan is switched On when
the internal temperature increases.
Continuous
" Data Password
It can configure a Data Password. With this function
enabled, the configuration data of the TKR-750/850/
751/851 will not be read even when an unauthorized
person attempts to read it by FPU. Click “Data
Password” to view the “Data Password” window, then
configure the data password.
-120 - -95 dBm
In steps of
Default
The cooling Fan is always switched
On.
Note: You cannot disable the operation of the fan.
It can configure the reference RSSI voltage level to
activate/deactivate the Reception Signal that is
assigned to an Auxiliary output port. This function
activates it that is assigned to the RX Signal Detect
when the RSSI voltage becomes lower than the
configured level and the port deactivates when the
voltage level becomes higher than the configured
level. Configure the level by the spin buttons or
directly enter the value. (Refer to 6.10 Function Port
Window.)
Range
Continuous
Range
10.6 - 13.6 V
In steps of
running when the temperature decreases. Select
“Continuous” or “Temperature” from the dropdown list.
1 dBm
-118 dBm
" External Monitor
This function opens squelch when the Ext. Monitor
terminal receives a signal. The signal is assigned to
the pin 15 of the control interface jack (25-pin
connector) located on the rear panel. Select “Squelch
Off” or “Monitor” from the dropdown list. (Refer to
FUNC 1 Basic Operation.)
Opens squelch when the Ext. Monitor
Squelch Off
terminal receives a signal.
Range
Monitor
Default
Allows to perform carrier squelch
when the Ext. Monitor terminal
receives a signal.
Squelch Off
Figure 6-9 Data Password window
Enter the password a maximum of 6 digits in the “Data
Password” edit box and type the same password in
the “Confirmation” edit box to confirm it, then click
“OK”.
Range
6 digits
Default
Blank
Note: The data password does not prevent the configuration
data from being written since it only prevents the data
from being read.
" Off-hook Decode
Note:
!
The Ext. Monitor terminal is fixed to Active Low.
!
Operates in the signalling squelch mode when the channel
is configured to the decode signalling mode and performing
the repeat operation even if the Ext. Monitor terminal is
operating.
" Fan Action
It can decode the received signalling when the local
microphone is in the Off-hook position.
Checked
Receives the QT/DQT signalling and
opens squelch (signalling Squelch)
regardless of the local microphone
position.
Range
Operates in the signalling squelch
mode while the microphone is in onhook position, and it receives a carrier
Unchecked
and opens squelch (Carrier squelch)
while the microphone is in off-hook
position.
Default
Checked
It can configure how to control the cooling Fan. Select
the fan to be always switched On or be switched On
when the internal temperature increases and stop
Note: When this function is disabled and the local microphone
is in off-hook position, the TKR-750/850/751/851
operates in the carrier squelch mode to mute or unmute
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the speaker. It operates in the signalling squelch mode
when it makes the repeat operation.
" Scrambler Backup
It can restore the Voice Scrambler configuration.
When this function is enabled, the On/Off status is
backup even if you turn the TKR-751/851 OFF after
Voice Scrambler is on.
Range
Default
Checked
The Voice Scrambler status is backup.
Unchecked
The Voice Scrambler status is
canceled and return to the default.
" Firmware Program
It can allow the TKR-750/850/751/851 enter in the
Firmware Programming Mode. When this function is
enabled, the it enters Firmware Programming Mode
by pressing the PF1 key and the power switch on at
the same time.
Checked
Allow to enters Firmware
Programming Mode.
Unchecked
Not allow to enters Firmware
Programming Mode
Range
Default
Unchecked
Unchecked
Note:
!
You can use this function only when the optional Voice
Scrambler Board is installed in it.
!
Refer to the Modification Information when installing the
optional Voice Scrambler Board in the TKR-750/850/751/
851.
" TX Standby on Frequency
Note: You must run the “FPRO.EXE” in order to write the
Firmware program. Refer to the Service Manual for
details.
YOU MUST CONFIRM THAT THIS FUNCTION SHOULD
BE DISABLED BEFORE SHIPPING TO THE END USER.
OTHERWISE, IT MIGHT HAVE SOME TROUBLE TO
REWRITE OR BROKEN IT ACCIDENTALLY.
It can shift a transmission frequency when the TKR750/850/751/851 is in standby mode. (Refer to FUNC
13 TX Standby Frequency function.)
Checked
Wait a call with the transmission
frequency configured to each channel.
Unchecked
Shifts the transmission frequency by
-18.75 kHz and wait a call.
Range
Default
Unchecked
" PTT Priority
It can configure the priority of the repeater PTT, the
external PTT, and the Local Mic PTT. When the
selected PTT configuration has higher priority than the
current PTT, the TKR-750/850/751/851 switches the
signalling and the modulation signal line
corresponding to the selected PTT configuration that
has higher priority. Change the priority of the PTT by
the spin buttons. (Refer to FUNC 6.7 PTT Priority.)
Default
Version: 1.01
Priority 1: Local Mic PTT
Priority 2: External PTT
Priority 3: Repeater PTT
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6.4.2
Optional Features 2 Tab
On this tab, it can configure the transmission operation by
the Local Mic PTT and the tones.
Default
Off
Note:
!
It can transmit immediately after the TOT expires when the
TOT Rekey Time is disabled.
!
It not allows to configure the duration if the “Time-out Timer”
is configured as “Off”.
" TOT Reset Time (Local Mic PTT)
This is a duration between the time when the
transmission ends before the TOT expires and the
time when the counter of the TOT resets. Configure
the timing by the spin buttons or directly enter the
value. (Refer to " Time-out Timer (TOT) (Local Mic
PTT).)
Range
Off, 1 - 15 sec.
In steps of
Figure 6-10 Optional Features 2 tab
" Time-out Timer (TOT) (Local Mic PTT)
This is a duration to make continuous transmission by
the Local Mic PTT. The TKR-750/850/751/851
automatically stops transmission and returns to the
reception mode when the TOT expires. Configure a
duration by the spin buttons or directly enter the value.
Range
Off, 15 - 255 sec.
In steps of
1 sec.
Default
60 sec.
Note: The TOT function is not applicable to send the CW ID.
Default
1 sec.
Off
Note:
!
The TOT is reset immediately after the end the transmission
when the TOT Reset Time is disabled.
!
It not allow to configure the duration if the “Time-out Timer”
is configured as “Off”.
" Busy Channel Lockout
This is the Busy Channel Lockout function. If the Local
Mic PTT is pressed while other groups are using that
channel, it may interfere on-going communications.
This function prevents you from such interference.
Select “Off”, “Carrier”, or “QT/DQT” from the
dropdown list.
" Time-out Pre-alert (Local Mic PTT)
This is a timing to activate the TOT Pre-alert to notify
the user that the transmission is going to be
terminated to sound the TOT Pre-alert tone. Configure
a timing by the spin buttons or directly enter the value.
(Refer to " Time-out Timer (TOT) (Local Mic PTT).)
Range
In steps of
Default
1 sec.
" TOT Rekey Time (Local Mic PTT)
This is a duration between the time that the
transmission ends with the TOT and the time when it
starts transmitting again. Configure the timing by the
spin buttons or directly enter the value.
(Refer to " Time-out Timer (TOT) (Local Mic PTT).)
In steps of
31
QT/DQT
Restrict the transmission when the
channel has a carrier and the QT/DQT
does not match.
Off
Always transmit.
Note: You must release the PTT switch to transmit after BCL is
activated even when the channel becomes free.
Off
Off, 1 - 60 sec.
Restrict the transmission when the
channel is Busy.
Default Off
Off, 1 - 10 sec.
Note: It not allow to configure this function when the “Time-out
Timer” is configured as “Off”.
Range
Range
Carrier
" Tone Volume
This is a volume level of “Power On Tone”, “Warning
Alert Tone”, and “Control Tone”. Configure the volume
level by the spin buttons and directly enter the value.
Range
0 - 31
In steps of
1
Default
3
Note: The Tone Volume configuration does not interlock with
the VOLUME control.
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" Power On Tone
This allows to emits the Power On Tone when the
TKR-750/850/751/851 is turned ON.
Range
Default
Checked
The Power On Tone sounds.
Unchecked
The Power On Tone does not sound.
Default
This allows to emit the Warning Tone.
(Refer to " Time-out Timer (TOT) (Local Mic PTT), "
TOT Rekey Time (Local Mic PTT), " Busy Channel
Lockout.)
Checked
Unchecked
Default
There are three Warning Tones.
• Warning Alert Tone
This tone sounds when pressing the
PTT switch even after the Time-out
Timer of the Local Mic PTT expires
or while the Rekey Time is
activated.
• TOT Pre-alert Tone
This tone sounds when the Timeout Timer is about to expire.
• TOT Pre-alert Tone
This tone sounds when the
transmission is disabled while the
Busy Channel Lockout function is
enabled.
Not emit the Warning Alert Tone.
Checked
Checked
Emits the Backup Battery Warning
Tone for 5 seconds when the power
is switched to the backup battery.
Unchecked
Not emit the Backup Battery
Warning Tone even when the power
is switched to the backup battery.
Range
Checked
" Warning Alert Tone
Range
This allows to emit the Backup Battery Warning Tone
when the power is switched to the backup power.
Unchecked
" Backup Battery Warning Tone Frequency
This is a frequency of the Backup Battery Warning
Tone. Configure the frequency by the spin buttons or
directly enter the value. (Refer to " Backup Battery
Warning Tone.)
Range
300 - 3000 Hz
In steps of
Default
10 Hz
1630 Hz
Note: You can configure the frequency of the Backup Battery
Warning Tone only when the Backup Battery Warning
Tone is enabled.
" Backup Battery Warning Tone Send to RA
This function allows to emit the Backup Battery
Warning Tone from the front speaker (RA output).
The dispatcher and operator can be aware it is
operating with backup power. (Refer to " Backup
Battery Warning Tone.)
" Control Tone
This allows to emit the Control Tone when a PF key is
pressed.
Range
Checked
Unchecked
Default
There are four Control Tones.
• Key Press Tone (A)
This tone sounds when the
assigned function is enabled by
pressing the PF key.
• Key Press Tone (B)
This tone sounds when the
assigned function is disabled by
pressing the PF key.
• Key Input Error Tone
This tone sounds when the
operation of the PF key is
denied.
• Roll Over Tone
This tone sounds when selecting
the last channel by the PF key.
" Backup Battery Warning Tone
Emits the Backup Battery Warning
Tone from the front speaker and send
to RA.
Unchecked
Not emit the Backup Battery Warning
Tone.
Range
Default
Unchecked
Note: You can configure this function only when the Backup
Battery Warning Tone is enabled.
" Backup Battery Operation Tone
This is a tone sounded during transmitting by the
Repeater PTT, the External PTT, or the Local Mic PTT
with the backup battery.
Checked
Emits the Backup Battery Operation
Tone.
Unchecked
Not emit the Backup Battery
Operation Tone.
Range
Not emit the Control Tone.
Checked
Checked
Default
Unchecked
" Backup Battery Operation Tone Frequency
This is a frequency of the Backup Battery Operation
Tone. Configure a frequency by the spin buttons or
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directly enter the value. (Refer to " Backup Battery
Operation Tone.)
Range
300 - 3000 Hz
In steps of
10 Hz
Default
600 Hz
In steps of
10 Hz
Default
800 Hz
Note:
!
You can configure this tone only when the DTMF signalling
is used.
!
You can configure this tone only when the Courtesy Tone is
enabled.
Note: You can configure this function only when the Backup
Battery Operation Tone is enabled.
" Backup Battery Operation Tone Interval
This is a interval time to sound the Backup Battery
Operation Tone. Configure the interval by the spin
buttons or directly enter the value to configure the
interval. (Refer to " Backup Battery Operation Tone.)
Range
5 - 900 sec.
In steps of
5 sec.
Default
5 sec.
" Courtesy Tone Period
This is a period of the Courtesy Tone. Configure the
period by the spin buttons or directly enter the value to
configure the period. (Refer to " Courtesy Tone.)
Range
In steps of
10 ms
Default
100 ms
Note:
Note: You can configure this function only when the Backup
Battery Operation Tone is enabled.
!
You can configure this period only when the DTMF signalling
is used.
!
You can configure this tone only when the Courtesy Tone is
enabled.
" Backup Battery Operation Tone Send to RA
This allows to emit the Backup Battery Operation Tone
from the front speaker and send to RA. (Refer to "
Backup Battery Operation Tone.)
Checked
Range
Unchecked
Default
Emits the Backup Battery Operation
Tone from the front speaker and send
to RA.
This allows to emit the Courtesy Tone from the front
speaker and send to RA. (Refer to " Courtesy Tone.)
This allows to emit a courtesy tone when finishing the
transmission using the repeater PTT, the external PTT,
or the Local Mic PTT.
Checked
Emits the Courtesy Tone.
Unchecked
Not emit the Courtesy Tone.
Checked
Emits the Courtesy Tone from the
front speaker and send to RA.
Unchecked
Not emit the Courtesy Tone from the
front speaker and not send to RA.
Range
Default
Unchecked
" Courtesy Tone
Default
" Courtesy Tone Send to RA
Not emit the Backup Battery Warning
Tone fro speaker and not send to RA.
Note: You can configure this function only when the Backup
Battery Operation Tone is enabled.
Range
Off, 100 - 1000 ms
Unchecked
Note:
!
You can configure this period only when the DTMF signalling
is used.
!
You can configure this tone only when the Courtesy Tone is
enabled.
Unchecked
Note: You can configure this tone only when the DTMF
signalling is used.
" Courtesy Tone Frequency
This is a frequency of the courtesy tone. Configure the
frequency by the spin buttons or directly enter the
value to configure the frequency. (Refer to " Courtesy
Tone.)
Range
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6.4.3
Others Tab (Optional Features)
On this tab, you can activate/deactivate Power Saver
Mode and switch the power source, and configure the
functions activating when the TKR-750/850/751/851 is
turned ON.
You can configure the Save On/Off, the Start Up
operation, the “Backup Power Function”, and the “Main
Power Function”.
Figure 6-11 Others tab
Table 6-2 Available functions
Function Name
None
Description
The TKR-750/850/751/851 does not perform any operation.
AUX Out 1 Off
AUX Out 5 Off
The function assigned to the specified Auxiliary Output port is disabled when the TKR-750/850/751/851 starts
operation. You can assign this function when “Selectable” is configure to the Auxiliary Output ports 1 - 5.
(Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX I/O 1 Off
AUX I/O 6 Off
The function assigned to the specified Auxiliary I/O port is disabled when the TKR-750/850/751/851 starts
operation. You can assign the function when “Selectable” is configured to the Auxiliary I/O ports 1 - 6.
(Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX Out 1 On
AUX Out 5 On
The function assigned to the specified Auxiliary Output port is enabled when the TKR-750/850/751/851 starts
operation. You can assign this function when “Selectable” is configure to the Auxiliary Output ports 1 - 5.
(Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX I/O 1 On
AUX I/O 6 On
The function assigned to the specified Auxiliary I/O port is enabled when the TKR-750/850/751/851 starts operation.
You can assign the function when “Selectable” is configured to the Auxiliary I/O ports 1 - 6.
(Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
Channel 1
Channel 16
The TKR-750/850/751/851 moves to the channel selected from CH 1 to CH 16.
You cannot configure this function when “Channel Select” is configured to Auxiliary I/O ports 1 - 4. “E2” appears on
the display when specifying the channel without data.
(Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
Channel Down
The TKR-750/850/751/851 moves to the next lower channel.
The channel without data is skipped.
Channel Up
The TKR-750/850/751/851 moves to the next higher channel.
The channel without data is skipped.
CW ID On
CW Message 1
CW Message 8
The TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the CW ID when it starts operation. (Refer to 6.3 CW ID Window.)
This function is available on the channel having the CW ID.
The TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the assigned CW ID from CW Messages 1 to 8 when it starts operation. (Refer to
6.12 CW Message Window.)
DC Power Save The TKR-750/850/751/851 exits Power Saver Mode when it starts operation. You cannot configure this function to
Off
the Save On/Off function.
DC Power Save The TKR-750/850/751/851 enters Power Saver Mode when it starts operation. You cannot configure this function to
On
the Save On/Off function.
Display Off
All LEDs other than the Power SW LED that is located on the front panel unlit.
This function can be enabled only when the TKR-750/850/751/851 is in Power Saver Mode.
Display On
All LEDs on the front panel light.
This function can be enabled only when the TKR-750/850/751/851 is in Power Saver Mode.
Hold Time
Disable
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables the Repeat Hold Time.
You can configure this function only when at least one channel is configured as the Repeat for Operation mode and
the Repeat Hold Time is enabled. (Refer to 6.4.1 Optional Features 1 Tab.)
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Function Name
Description
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the Repeat Hold Time.
Hold Time Enable You can configure this function only when at least one channel is configured as the Repeat for Operation mode and
the Repeat Hold Time is enabled. (Refer to 6.4.1 Optional Features 1 Tab.)
Local TX Disable The TKR-750/850/751/851 restricts the transmissions using the Local Mic PTT.
Local TX Enable The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the transmissions using the Local Mic PTT.
Low Power
Off*1
The TKR-750/850/751/851 switches the transmission power from Low to High.
This function is enabled only when at least one channel is configured as High for TX Power. (Refer to 6.2.11 TX
High Power.)
Low Power
On *1
The TKR-750/850/751/851 switches the transmission power from High to Low.
This function activates only when at least one channel is configured as High for TX Power. (Refer to 6.2.11 TX High
Power.)
Monitor Off
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the signalling Decode function.
This function does not operate when the TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the repeat operation.
Monitor On
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables the signalling Decode function.
Multi-table Sub
The signalling specified in the Multi-table Select is switched to the Sub-table. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
Multi-table Main The signalling specified in the Multi-table Select is switched to the Main-table. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
QT/DQT Decode The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables QT/DQT Decode function.
Disable
This function is available even when it is performing the repeat operation.
QT/DQT Decode
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the QT/DQT Decode function.
Enable
QT/DQT Encode
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables the QT/DQT Encode function.
Disable
QT/DQT Encode
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the QT/DQT Encode function.
Enable
Repeat Disable
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables the repeat operation.
You cannot configure this function if no channel is configured to the repeat operation.
Repeat Enable
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the repeat operation.
You cannot configure this function if no channel is configured to the repeat operation.
Scan Off
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables the scan function.
Scan On
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables the scan function.
Scrambler Off
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables Scrambler.
You cannot configure this function when the optional Scrambler board is not installed.
Scrambler On
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables Scrambler.
You cannot configure this function when the optional Scrambler board is not installed.
Squelch Off
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables Squelch.
Squelch On
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables Squelch.
Test Tone Off
The TKR-750/850/751/851 switches Test Tone Off.
Test Tone On
The TKR-750/850/751/851 switches Test Tone On.
TOT Disable*2
The TKR-750/850/751/851 disables Time-out Timer function.
TOT Enable*2
The TKR-750/850/751/851 enables Time-out Timer function.
TX Disable
The TKR-750/850/751/851 restricts all transmissions.
TX Enable
The TKR-750/850/751/851 permits all transmissions.
*1: You cannot switch to Low Power while transmitting or scanning.
The Low Power status is retained even if the channel is changed or the TKR-750/850/751/851 is turned ON/OFF.
*2: This function can be used for the TOT of the Local Mic PTT and the Repeater/External PTT.
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" Save Delay Timer A
" Save On Function
This is a duration between the time when an Auxiliary
Input port or an PF key assigned to the Display On
function receives a signal and the time when the LED
is switched Off or the AF Amp is switched Off while the
TKR-750/850/751/851 is in Power Saver Mode.
Configure the duration by the spin buttons or directly
enter the value to configure the duration.
(Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
(Refer to Table 6.10 Function Port Window.)
Range
1 sec.
Default
10 sec.
" Save Delay Timer B
This is a duration between the time when the TKR-750/
850/751/851 enters Power Saver Mode and the time
when the Power Saver function is switched On
(Display Off). You can also configure the duration from
the time when the TKR-750/850/751/851 switches from
Busy status to Not Busy status to the time when it
enters Save On status. Configure the durations by the
spin buttons or directly enter the value to configure the
durations.
10 - 480 min.
In steps of
10 min.
Default
240 min.
This is a duration between the time when the TKR-750/
850/751/851 enters Power Saver Mode and the time
when it automatically exits the Mode. Configure the
duration by the spin buttons or directly enter the value
to configure the duration.
In steps of
Default
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Off, 0.5 - 24 h
0.5 h
Off
Refer to Table 6-2 Available functions.
None
assign three functions and they operate in order of
1st, 2nd, then 3rd. Select the functions from the
dropdown list.
Range
Refer to Table 6-2 Available functions.
Default
None
" Start Up
It can configure the function to activate when the KR750/850/751/851 is turned ON. You can assign three
functions and they operate in order of 1st, 2nd, then
3rd. Select the functions from the dropdown list.
Range
Refer to Table 6-2 Available functions.
Default
None
" Backup Power Function
" Save Mode Duration
Range
Range
Default
It can configure the function to activate when the TKR750/850/751/851 exits Power Saver Mode. You can
Note: The Power LED does not unlit even if the Display On
function is activated.
Range
assign three functions and they operate in order of
1st, 2nd, then 3rd. Select the function from the
dropdown list.
" Save Off Function
1 - 255 sec.
In steps of
It can configure the function to activate when the TKR750/850/751/851 enters Power Saver Mode. You can
It can configure the function to operate when the
power of the KR-750/850/751/851 is switched from the
main power to the backup power. You can configure
three functions and they operate in order of 1st, 2nd,
then 3rd. Select the functions from the dropdown list.
Range
Refer to Table 6-2 Available functions.
Default
None
" Main Power Function
It can configure the function to operate when the
power of the KR-750/850/751/851 is switched from the
backup power to the main power. You can configure
three functions and they operate in order of 1st, 2nd,
then 3rd. Select the functions from the dropdown list.
Range
Refer to Table 6-2 Available functions.
Default
None
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6.5
Key Assignment Window
You can assign functions to each PF key on the “Key
Assignment” window.
Select the function to assign to the PF key.
Range
Refer to Table 6-3 Assigning functions to the PF
Keys.
Default
PF1 Key: None
PF2 Key: Repeat Disable/Enable
PF3 Key: TX Disable/Enable
PF4 Key: Take Over On/Off
PF5 Key: Monitor On/Off
PF6 Key: Channel Up
Note: The PF key of the front panel displayed on the “Key
Assignment” window lights red when the PF key is selected.
When the Channel Up function is assigned to the PF1
key, the PF1 key is referred to as “PF [Channel Up] key”.
Table 6-3 Assigning functions to the PF Keys
Figure 6-12 Key Assignment window
Function Name
None
Description
The TKR-750/850/751/851 does not perform any operation.
AUX Out 1 On/Off
AUX Out 5 On/Off
It can enable/disable the function assigned to the Auxiliary output port by pressing one of the PF keys.
You can assign this function when “Selectable” is configure to the Auxiliary Output 1 to Auxiliary Output 5
ports. (Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX I/O 1 On/Off
AUX I/O 6 On/Off
It can enable/disable the function assigned to the Auxiliary I/O port by pressing one of the PF keys.
You can assign the function when “Selectable” is configured to the Auxiliary I/O 1 to Auxiliary I/O 6 ports.
(Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
Channel 1
Channel 16
The TKR-750/850/751/851 moves to the channel from one of CH 1 to CH 16 channels.
You cannot configure this function when “Channel Select” is configured to Auxiliary I/O ports 1 - 4. “E2”
appears on the display when specifying the channel without data. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
Channel Down
The TKR-750/850/751/851 moves to the next lower channel.
The channel without data is skipped.
Channel Up
The TKR-750/850/751/851 moves to the next higher channel.
The channel without data is skipped.
CW ID On
CW Message 1
CW Message 8
The TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the CW ID. (Refer to 6.3 CW ID Window.)
This function is available on the channel having the CW ID.
The TKR-750/850/751/851 sends one of CW Message 1 to CW Message 8. (Refer to 6.12 CW Message
Window.)
DC Power Save On/Off It can enable/disable Power Saver Mode. (Refer to 6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional Features).)
Display On/Off
Hold Time Disable/
Enable
Local TX
Disable/Enable
Low Power On/Off
Monitor On/Off
Monitor Momentary
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It can switch the panel LED On/Off.
This function is enabled only when the TKR-750/850/751/851 is in Power Saver Mode.
It can disable/enable the Repeat Hold Time.
You can configure this function only when at least one channel is configured as the Repeat for Operation
mode and the Repeat Hold Time is enabled. (Refer to 6.4.1 Optional Features 1 Tab.)
It can disable/enable the transmissions by the Local Mic PTT.
It can switch High or Low for the transmission power.
This function activates only when at least one channel is configured as High for TX Power. (Refer to 6.2.11 TX
High Power.)
It can disable/enable the signalling Decode function.
The TKR-750/850/751/851 activates the Monitor function while pressing the PF key.
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Function Name
Multi-table
Main/Sub
Description
It can toggle between Main and Sub for the signalling specified by the Multi-table Select by pressing the PF
key. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
QT/DQT Decode
Disable/Enable
It can disable/enable QT/DQT Decode function by pressing the PF key.
QT/DQT Encode
Disable/Enable
It can disable/enable QT/DQT Encode function by pressing the PF key.
Repeat Disable/Enable
Reset
Scan On/Off
Scrambler On/Off
It can disable/enable the repeat operation by pressing the PF key.
It does not allow to configure this function if no channel is configured to the repeat operation.
The operation of the TKR-750/850/751/851 is reset and it returns to the default when pressing the PF key.
It can enable/disable the Scan function by pressing the PF [Scan On/Off] key.
It can enable/disable Scrambler by pressing the PF [Scrambler On/Off] key.
Squelch On/Off
It can disable/enable Squelch by pressing the PF [Squelch On/Off] key.
Squelch Momentary
It can disable Squelch while pressing the PF [Squelch Momentary] key.
Take Over On/Off *1
It can enable/disable the control from an external device by pressing the PF [Take Over On/Off] key.
Test Tone On/Off
It can enable/disable Test Tone function by pressing the PF [Test Tone On/Off] key.
TOT Disable/Enable
It can enable/disable Time-out Timer by pressing the PF [TOT Disable/Enable] key.
TX Disable/Enable
It can restrict/permit all transmissions by pressing the PF [TX Disable/Enable] key.
*1: When the control from the external device is enabled by pressing the PF [Take Over On/Off] key, you cannot control the external Monitor, the
external PTT, the Auxiliary Input port, and the Auxiliary I/O (In) port. However, the Auxiliary Out port and the Auxiliary I/O (Out) port works.
Note: The level detection for the auxiliary input port is performed
even if the PF key is pressed during the detection when the
Auxiliary input port is active. In this case, the Key Input Error
Tone sounds and the function assigned to the PF key does
not operate. (Refer to FUNC 9 Tone, Refer to Table 6.10.2
AUX Tab. )
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6.6
Scan Information Window
It can configure the Scan operation and conditions on the
“Scan Information” window. (Refer to FUNC 16 Scan.)
!
You cannot configure this function if the “Priority” is configured to
“None” or “Selected”.
!
The dropdown list only displays the channel having the
configuration data.
6.6.3
Look Back Time A
This is a interval time to check the priority channel when
the scan is stopping on the normal channel and no signal
is on the priority channel. Configure the period by the spin
buttons or directly enter the value to configure the period.
Range
Figure 6-13 Scan Information window
6.6.1
0.5 - 5.0 sec.
In steps of
0.1 sec.
Default
0.5 sec.
Note: It pauses on the Priority Channel when there is a signal to
receive and the signalling matches while scanning the
Priority Channel.
Priority
This is a priority channel type to be scanned periodically.
You can select the mode from None, Fixed, and Selected
from the dropdown list.
TKR-750/850/751/851 scans channels in numerical order
(Normal Scan) when the priority scan function is selected
None.
6.6.4
Look Back Time B
This is a interval time to check the priority channel when
the scan is stopping and a signal without same signalling
is on the priority channel. Configure the period by the spin
buttons or directly enter the value to configure the period.
Range
None
Not perform the Priority Scan.
Fixed
The channels configured as the priority
channel are scanned periodically.
Selected
The selected channel is configured as
the priority channel when changing the
channel.
Range
Default
In steps of
0.1 sec.
Default
2.0 sec.
Note: It pauses on the Priority Channel when there is a signal to
receive and the signalling matches while scanning the
Priority Channel.
None
6.6.5
Note:
!
You cannot configure the Priority Channel, Look Back Time A,
and Look Back Time B when priority is configured as “None”.
!
You cannot configure the Priority Channel when priority is
configured as “Selected”.
6.6.2
0.5 - 5.0 sec.
Priority Channel
This is a channel to be scanned periodically when TKR750/850/751/851 is scanning.
Select the channel configured as the Priority Channel
from the dropdown list or directly enter the channel
number.
Range
1 - 16
Default
None
Revert Channel
This is a condition of channel to transmit during scanning.
Select the condition from the dropdown list.
Range
Last Called
Last Used
Selected
Selected + Talkback
Priority
Priority + Talkback
Default
Last Called
Note:
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Table 6-4 Revert Channel Configuration
Function
Description
Last Called
The revert channel is assigned to the last
channel that is received signal and stopped
scanning during scanning and transmit on it.
In case of pausing the scan due to changing
channel by PF key, it transmits on that
channel.
During pausing scan due to receiving signal,
It is assigned as the revert channel, and
transmits on it.
Configure the duration by the spin buttons or directly
enter the value to configure the duration.
TKR-750/850/751/851 to resume scanning with the
following conditions.
•
There is no signal to receive.
•
The received QT/DQT code becomes un-match.
Range
0.5 - 5.0 sec.
In steps of
0.5 sec.
Default
3.0 sec.
The revert channel is assigned to the last
channel that is transmitted during scanning.
In case of pausing the scan due to changing
channel by PF key, it transmits on that
channel.
While receiving a signal, It transmits on the
revert channel.
6.6.7
Selected
The revert channel is assigned to the last
selected channel.
In case of pausing the scan due to changing
channel by PF key, it is assigned as the
revert channel and transmit on it.
While receiving a signal, it changes to the
revert channel and transmit.
TKR-750/850/751/851 pauses scanning if the PTT switch
is pressed to transmit during the scan and resumes
scanning after the transmission ends. Configure the
duration by the spin buttons or directly enter the value to
configure the duration.
Selected + Talk
Back
The revert channel is assigned to the last
selected channel and transmit on it during
scan.
In case of pausing scan due to changing
channel by PF key, it transmits on that
channel.
While receiving a signal, It transmits on the
current channel.
Last Used
Priority
The revert channel is assigned to the priority
channel and transmit on it during scan.
Even when pausing scan due to selecting
channel by PF key or receiving a signal
during scan, it transmits on the priority
channel.
Priority + Talk
Back
The revert channel is assigned to the priority
channel and transmit on it during scan.
In case of pausing scan due to changing
channel by PF key, it transmits on that
channel.
While receiving a signal, It transmits on the
current channel.
Note: You are able to configure the channel used for the repeat
operation as a Priority Channel. (Refer to 6.6.2 Priority
Channel.)
Although TKR-750/850/751/851 performs the repeat
operation on the Priority Channel when receiving a call on
the Priority Channel, it transmits with the channel matching
the conditions configured in the Revert Channel function
when receiving the transmission request having higher
priority than the transmission with the repeater PTT.
6.6.6
Dwell Time
This is a duration to resume scanning after stop
transmitting.
Range
0.5 - 5.0 sec.
In steps of
0.5 sec.
Default
3.0 sec.
6.6.8
Off-hook Scan
It can enable/disable the Off-hook Scan. TKR-750/850/
751/851 activates the Scan function regardless of the
local microphone position when this function is enabled.
Checked
Scanning regardless of the local
microphone position.
Unchecked
Scanning only when the local
microphone is in On-hook position.
Range
Default
Checked
Note: TKR-750/850/751/851 continues scanning without pausing
on the revert channel when receiving the transmission
command with the TX Disable function. When the Off-hook
Scan function is disabled, it moves to the revert channel.
(Refer to 6.10 Function Port Window.)
Dropout Delay Time
This is a duration time that TKR-750/850/751/851
automatically resumes the Scan after the receiving signal
is disappear.
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6.7
DTMF Window
6.7.4
It can configure the DTMF encode condition.
* and # Digit Time
This is a duration time to transmit the “*” tone and the “#”
tone of the DTMF code. Select the delay time from the
dropdown list.
In some case, these tone is used for special function,
such as Connecting tone and Disconnecting tone. To
extend these tone transmitting time, it allows to receive
them correctly.
The time of the “*” tone and the “#” tone is obtained by
adding the transmission time configuring the DTMF
Speed to the “*” and “#” Digit Time. (Refer to 6.7.1 DTMF
Speed.)
Figure 6-14 DTMF window
6.7.1
DTMF Speed
Select the speed from the dropdown list.
Range
6, 8, 10, 15 digit/s
6 digit/s
6.7.2
0, 100, 500, 1000 ms
Default
0 ms
Note: When the first digit of the DTMF code is “*” tone or “#” tone,
TKR-750/850/751/851 compares the duration time to
transmit the first digit configured in the First Digit Time with
the “*”and “# “Digit Time and uses the longer delay time to
transmit. (Refer to 6.7.3 First Digit Time.)
This is a speed to send DTMF code.
Default
Range
First Digit Delay Time
This is a delay time between the time when TKR-750/850/
751/851 starts transmitting and the time when it sends the
DTMF code.
Configure the duration by the spin buttons or directly
enter the value to configure the duration.
Range
100 - 1000 ms
In steps of
50 ms
Default
100 ms
6.7.3
First Digit Time
This is a duration time to transmit the first digit of the
DTMF code. Select the duration from the dropdown list.
This function ensures the recognition of the first digit of
the DTMF code detection for the receiving transceiver
using the Power Saver or Scan functions.
The duration of the first digit of the DTMF is obtained by
adding the transmission time configured in the DTMF
Speed and the First Digit Time. (Refer to 6.7.1 DTMF
Speed.)
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Range
0, 100, 500, 1000 ms
Default
0 ms
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“Encode/Decode Table”
Window
It can configure the DTMF Encode/Decode code and the
function relating to the Transpond function. You can
configure this function when the DTMF signalling is used.
This window consists of “Encode” and “Decode” tabs and
you can switch the window by clicking the tabs.
No. 1 is 159D.
No. 2 - No. 32 are blank.
Default
6.8.2
Frequency
This is a frequency to transmit Single tone as the
Transpond code when the function assigned to the PF
key or the auxiliary port activates/deactivates. You can
configure the frequency for both of “Activation” and
“Deactivation”. Configure the frequency by the spin
buttons or directly enter the value to configure the
frequency.
Range
100 - 3000 Hz
In steps of
800 Hz (Activation)
600 Hz (Deactivation)
Default
6.8.3
10 Hz
Period
This is a period to transmit Single Tone as the Transpond
code when the function assigned to a PF key or an
Auxiliary port activates/deactivates. You can configure the
transmission period for both of “Activation” and
“Deactivation”. Configure the period by the spin buttons
or directly enter the value to configure the period.
Figure 6-15 Encode tab
Range
100 - 3000 ms
In steps of
Default
6.8.4
50 ms
1000 ms (Activation)
2000 ms (Deactivation)
Sidetone
It allows to transmit a sidetone when sending the DTMF
code. This function is used to feedback the audio tone to
the transceiver's speaker.
Checked
Transmits the sidetone with DTMF
code.
Unchecked
Not transmit the sidetone with the
DTMF code.
Range
Figure 6-16 Decode tab
Default
6.8.1
Note: You cannot transmit the sidetone when the “Operation
Mode” is configured as “Simplex”. (Refer to 6.2.8 Operation
Mode.)
Encode Code
It can configure the Encode code with a maximum of 16
digits of the DTMF Tone. Enter the code in the edit boxes
from No. 1 to No. 32.
Range
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Checked
6.8.5
Decode Code
16 digits
0 - 9, A - D, *, #
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It can configure the Decode code with a maximum of 16digit DTMF Tone. Enter the code in the edit boxes from
No. 1 to No. 40.
Range
16 digits
0 - 9, A - D, *, #
Default
No. 1 is 159D.
No. 2 - No. 40 are blank.
Note: If the same DTMF code is configured in the different table, it
may use the same DTMF code to decode for the Air Remote
function. In this case, the function may not work properly.
(Refer to 6.9 Remote Control Window.)
6.9
Remote Control Window
It can configure the TKR-750/850/751/851 to be
controlled by other transceivers on the “Remote Control”
window. It is possible to control functions assigned to the
PF key or the Auxiliary Port by the Air Remote code.
Air Remote activates the function configured previously
(Channel Up function and Scan On/Off function, etc.)
when the received code is same as the transmitted code
from other transceivers. The code used in this function is
referred to as the “Air Remote code”.
This window consists of PF key and AUX Input/Output
tabs and you can switch the window by clicking the tabs.
" Conditions od the Air Remote
# When the Air Remote functions for the Auxiliary
Input (Level) and the PF key are assigned to the
same, the status of the Auxiliary Input (Level) port
gets the preference over the operation of the PF
key. In this case, the Transpond code is not sent
and the Air Remote function is canceled. For
example, when the scan function is assigned to the
Auxiliary Input (Level) port and activating, the PF
keys relating to the Scan operation and the Air
Remote function are not acceptable.
# It can select a timing to send a Transpond code
from “Before”, “After” or “Both” the received Air
Remote code is processed.
Before:
TKR-750/850/751/851sends the Transpond code
as soon as it receives the Air Remote code. The
Transpond code is not sent when the transmission
is restricted.
After:
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the Transpond code
after processing the function related received Air
Remote code. The Transpond code is not sent
when the transmission is restricted. Also it is not
sent when that function cannot be processed. This
operation is the same as when the function is
disabled corresponding to the status of TKR-750/
850/751/851 even when the PF key is pressed.
Both:
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the Transpond code
when receiving the Air Remote code and after
processing the received code. The Transpond
code is not sent when the transmission is
restricted.
# TKR-750/850/751/851 uses the following channel
to send the code during Scan. (Refer to 6.6.5
Revert Channel.)
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Table 6-5 The Transmitting channel during Scan.
" Deactivation (PF Key)
During the Scan
While the Scan
pauses.
AUX In & In (I/O)
Revert CH
Revert CH
AUX Out
Revert CH
CH that Scan
pauses
This is a standby Air Remote code to be decoded in
order to deactivate the assigned function for the PF
key. From the dropdown list, you can select a table
number in the “Decode” tab from “Encode/Decode”
table window. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
-
CH that Scan
pauses
Range
None, Dec. Table 1 - 40
Default
None
Transmission event
Air Remote Transpond
Note:
!
The Transpond code is sent while the scan operation is
pausing.
!
The Transpond code is sent on the Revert CH when the
Scan operation is switched On by the Air Remote.
6.9.1
PF Key Tab
On this tab, It can configure the Air Remote code
assigned to PF keys controlled.
Note:
!
You cannot configure “Deactivation” if no function is assign
to “Function”. (Refer to " Function (PF Key).)
!
You cannot configure “Deactivation” to the functions that it
cannot be disable, such as Channel Up function.
!
When Dec. Table is already used to other functions, you
cannot configure the same Dec. Table.
" Transponder (PF Key)
This is a timing to send the Transpond code. Select
one of “None”, “Fore”, “After” and “Both” from the
dropdown list.
Range
None
Not send the Transpond code.
Fore
Sends the Transpond code when
receiving the Air Remote code.
After
Sends the Transpond code after
processing the received Air Remote code.
Both
Sends the Transpond code when
receiving the Air Remote code and after
processing the received code.
Default None
Figure 6-17 “PF Key” tab
Note:
" Function (PF Key)
The function configured on the “Key Assignment”
window appears. However, you cannot change the
configuration on this window. (Refer to 6.5 Key
Assignment Window.)
!
You cannot configure “Transponder” if no function is assign
to “Function”. (Refer to " Function (PF Key).)
!
You may not be allowed to select “After” or “Both” due to the
assigned functions to the PF key. (Example: Reset, CW ID
On) (Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
" Activation (PF Key)
This is a standby Air Remote code to be decoded in
order to activate the assigned function for the PF key.
From the dropdown list, you can select a table number
in the “Decode” tab from “Encode/Decode” table
window. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
Range
None, Dec. Table 1 - 40
Default
None
Note:
!
You cannot configure the “Activation” if no function is assign
to “Function”. (Refer to " Function (PF Key).)
!
When Dec. Table is already used in other functions, you
cannot configure the same Dec. Table.
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" Activation (PF Key Transponder)
This is a Transpond code that is sent when the
function assigned to AUX In/Out activates with the Air
Remote function and “Transponder” is configured as
“Yes”. (Refer to " Transponder (PF Key).)
6.9.2
AUX Input/Output Tab
On this tab, it can control the function assigned to the
Auxiliary Port by the Air Remote code.
From the dropdown list, you can select a table number
in the “Decode” tab from “Encode/Decode” table
window. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
Range
None, Enc. Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note: You can use Single Tone as the Transpond code when
the DTMF signalling is configured. (Refer to " Single
Tone (PF Key Transponder).)
" Deactivation (PF Key Transponder)
This is a Transpond code when the function assigned
to Aux In/Out deactivates with the Air Remote function
and “Transponder” is configured as “Yes”. (Refer to "
Transponder (PF Key).)
From the dropdown list, you can select a table number
in the “Decode” tab from “Encode/ Decode” table
window. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
Range
None, Enc Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note: You can use Single Tone as the Transpond code when
the DTMF signalling is configured. (Refer to " Single
Tone (PF Key Transponder).)
" Single Tone (PF Key Transponder)
It can use a Single Tone for the Transpond code. You
can configure this function only when the DTMF
signalling is used.
Checked
Uses Single Tone for the Transpond
code.
Unchecked
Not use Single Tone for the
Transpond code.
Range
Default
Figure 6-18 AUX Input/Output tab
" Function (AUX Input)
The function assigned on the “Aux Input” tab of the
“Function Port” window appears. However, you cannot
change the configuration in this window. (Refer to
6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
Although you can configure three functions (1st, 2nd,
and 3rd) to the Auxiliary Input port, it is possible
activate only the function configured to the 1st
with the Air Remote function. (Refer to 6.10 Function
Port Window.)
" Activation (AUX Input)
this is a standby Air Remote code to be decoded in
order to activate the assigned function for the Auxiliary
Input port. From the dropdown list, you can select a
table number on the “Decode” tab from “Encode/
Decode” table window. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode
Table” Window.)
When no function is assigned to “Function” (None), It
can perform the encode function by interlocking with
the sensor input of the external device. From the
dropdown list, you can select a table number on the
“Decode” tab from “Encode/ Decode” table window.
(Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table” Window.)
Unchecked
Note: You cannot individually select Single Tone for Aux
Transponder Activation and Deactivation.
Range
None, Dec. Table 1 - 40, Enc Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note: When Dec. Table is already used for the other function,
it does not allow to configure the same Dec. Table.
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" Deactivation (AUX Input)
" Function (AUX Output)
This is a standby Air Remote code to be decoded in
order to deavtivate the assigned function for the
Auxiliary Input port. From the dropdown list, you can
select a table number on the “Decode” tab from
“Encode/ Decode” table window. (Refer to 6.8
“Encode/Decode Table” Window.)
When no function is assigned to “Function”, you can
perform the encode function by interlocking with the
sensor input of the external device. You can select the
table number configured with the “Encode” tab on the
“Encode/Decode Table” window from the dropdown
list. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table” Window.)
Range
None, Dec. Table 1 - 40,
Enc Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note:
!
You cannot configure “Deactivation“to the functions that you
cannot disable, such as the Channel Up function.
!
When Dec. Table is already used to the other function, you
cannot configure the same Dec. Table.
The function assigned on the “Aux Output” tab of the
“Function Port” window appears. However, you cannot
change the configuration in this window. (Refer to
6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
" Activation (AUX Output)
This is an Air Remote code when the function
assigned to the Auxiliary Output port activates.
When no function is assigned to “Function” (None),
you can control external devices by specifying the
decode code. Select the table number configured on
the “Decode” tab of the “Encode/Decode Table”
window from the dropdown list. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/
Decode Table” Window.)
Range
None, Dec. Table 1 - 40, Enc Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note:
!
You cannot use the TX Unlock and TXS with Air Remote.
(Refer to 6.10 Function Port Window.)
!
Although you can use RF Power Down Detect with AirRemote, the Air Remote code is transmitted with the low
transmission power. (Refer to 6.10 Function Port Window.)
!
When Dec. Table is already used to the other function, you
cannot configure the same Dec. Table.
" Transponder (AUX Input)
This is a timing to send the Transpond code. Select
one of “None”, “Fore”, “After” and “Both” from the
dropdown list.
" Deactivation (AUX Output)
Range
Default
None
Not send the Transpond code.
Fore
Sends the Transpond code when
receiving the Air Remote code.
After
Sends the Transpond code after
processing the received Air Remote
code.
Both
Sends the Transpond code when
receiving the Air Remote code and after
processing the received code.
None
This is an Air Remote code when the function
assigned to the Auxiliary Output port deactivates.
When no function is assigned to “Function” (None),
you can control external devices by specifying the
decode code. Select the table number configured on
the “Decode” tab of the “Encode/Decode Table”
window from the dropdown list. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/
Decode Table” Window.)
Range
None, Dec. Table 1 - 40, Enc Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note:
!
You cannot configure “Transponder” if no function is assign
to “Function”. (Refer to " Function (AUX Input).)
!
You may not be allowed to select “After” or “Both” due to the
assigned functions to the Auxiliary Input port. (Example:
Reset, CW ID On) (Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
Version: 1.01
Note:
!
You cannot use TX Unlock and TXS with the Air Remote.
(Refer to 6.10 Function Port Window.)
!
When Dec. Table is already used to the other functions, you
cannot configure the same Dec. Table.
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" Transponder (AUX Output)
" Deactivation (AUX Transponder)
This is a timing to send the Transpond code. It can
configure only when no function is assign to
“Function”. Select one of “None”, “Fore”, “After” and
“Both” from the dropdown list.
None
Not send the Transpond code.
Fore
Sends the Transpond code when receiving
the Air Remote code.
Sends the Transpond code after processing
the received Air Remote code.
Range After
Sends the Transpond code when receiving
the Air Remote code and after processing
the received Air Remote code.
Both
This is a Transpond code when the function assigned
to the Auxiliary port is deactivated by the Air Remote
code and the “Transponder” is configured as “Yes”.
(Refer to " Transponder (AUX Input), " Transponder
(AUX Output).)
Select a table number configured on the “Encode” tab
of the “Encode/Decode Table” window from the
dropdown list. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
Range
None, Enc Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note: You can use Single Tone as the Transpond code when
the DTMF signalling is configured. (Refer to " Single
Tone (Aux Transponder).)
Default None
" Logic Type (AUX Output)
It can select the status of the signal (Low/High) to
activate or deactivate the function with the Air-Remote
code. It can configure this function only when no
function is assign to “Function”. Select “Active Low” or
“Active High” from the dropdown list.
" Single Tone (Aux Transponder)
It can use Single Tone for the Transpond code.
Checked
Use Single Tone for the Transpond
code.
Unchecked
Not use Single Tone for the
Transpond code.
Range
Active Low
The assigned function activates in
Active Low.
Active High
The assigned function activates in
Active High.
Range
Default
Default
Unchecked
Note: You cannot individually select Single Tone for Aux
Transponder Activation and Deactivation.
Active Low
Note: The “Logic Type” configured on the “AUX” tab of the
“Function Port” window appears when “Function” is
configured other than “None”. However, you cannot
change the configuration on this window. (Refer to
6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
" Activation (AUX Transponder)
This is a Transpond code when the function assigned
to the Auxiliary port is activated by the Air Remote
code and the “Transponder” is configured as “Yes”.
(Refer to " Transponder (AUX Input), " Transponder
(AUX Output).)
Select a table number configured on the “Encode” tab
of the “Encode/Decode Table” window from the
dropdown list. (Refer to 6.8 “Encode/Decode Table”
Window.)
Range
None, Enc Table 1 - 32
Default
None
Note: You can use Single Tone as the Transpond code when
the DTMF signalling is configured. (Refer to " Single
Tone (Aux Transponder).)
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6.9.3
Remote Access with QT/DQT
It can receive the Air Remote code depending on the
matched/unmatched status of the received QT/DQT
code.
Checked
TKR-750/850/751/851 receives the
Air Remote code only when the QT/
DQT code matches. Although the it
performs the repeat operation, it does
not transmit when “TX Disable” is
enabled.
Unchecked
TKR-750/850/751/851 receives the
Air Remote code even when the QT/
DQT code does not match or carrier. It
cannot enable the repeat operation
when the repeat conditions do not
match.
Range
Default
6.10 Function Port Window
It can configure the functions that you can assign to the
Auxiliary port on this window. This window consists of
“AUX Select” and “AUX” tabs and it can switch the
window by clicking the tabs.
6.10.1 AUX Select Tab
It can select operation type of AUX Input/Output ports on
this window.
Unchecked
Note:
!
This function is only available to receive the Air Remote code.
This function does not affect the repeat operation.
!
If the check box is checked, the QT/DQT Decode function is
performed to receive the Air Remote code even when the QT/
DQT Decode function is disabled as following.
•
The Off-hook Decode function is disabled and the
microphone is in the Off-hook position.
•
The monitor is enable:
6.9.4
Figure 6-19 AUX Select tab
Clear To Transpond (Remote
Control)
This is a timing to transmit a Transpond code. If check
box is checked, TKR-750/850/751/851 waits to transmit a
Transpond code until the channel is available.
Checked
Waits until the channel becomes
available without sending the
Transpond code when the channel is
busy.
Unchecked
Sends the Transpond code even if the
channel is busy.
Range
Default
" Function (AUX Select)
It can assign this function to the AUX Input/Output
ports 1 - 6 only. Select a operation type from “AUX
Input”, “AUX Output”, “Channel Select”, and “Multitable Select”.
Range
Unchecked
Default
AUX Input
This port works as the PF Input port.
AUX Output
This port works as the PF Output port.
Channel
Select
Move to one of the CH 1 - CH 16
channels when the voltage level of the
Auxiliary Input/Output pots is High or
Low.
Multi-table
Select
Specify one of the No. 2 to No. 16
codes configured on the Multi-table
when the voltage level of the Auxiliary
Input/Output ports is High or Low.
AUX Input/Output 1 - 5: AUX Input
AUX Input/Output 6: AUX Output
Note:
Version: 1.01
!
It can assign “Channel Select” and the “Multi-table Select” to
the AUX Input/Output ports 1 - 4 only.
!
It cannot change the order of the AUX Input/Output ports (1 4) when assigning the “Channel Select” function to these
ports. If the AUX Input/Output 1" port is assigned the “Multitable Select”, the “Multi-table Select” function is
automatically assigned to AUX Input/Output ports (2 - 4).
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6.10.2 AUX Tab
Default
It can configure functions assigned to the AUX Input port,
AUX Output port, and the AUX Input/Output port in this
tab.
Level
Note: Although TKR-750/850/751/851 performs the detection
when the detection is enabled, it performs Start Up first
when Start Up is enabled when the “Level” is selected.
(Refer to 6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional Features).)
" 1st, 2nd, 3rd (AUX Input)
You can assign three functions (1st, 2nd, and 3rd) to
the AUX Input port and the AUX Input/Output port.
Select the functions from the dropdown list.
Range
Refer to Table 6-6 Assigning Functions to the
Auxiliary Input Ports.
Default
1st: None
2nd: Cannot be configured.
3rd: Cannot be configured.
Note:
!
As for the AUX Input/Output port, it appears on the list only
when it is configured as the “AUX Input” port in the “AUX
Select” tab. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
!
It cannot configure any functions to “2nd” and “3rd” when
“1st” is configured as “None”, and it cannot configure any
functions to “3rd” when “2nd” is configured to “None”.
Figure 6-20 AUX tab
" AUX Input Trigger (AUX Input)
This is a method to detect the signal applied to the
Auxiliary Input ports Select “Level” or “Down Edge”
from the dropdown list.
Level
Perform the trigger detection when the
port is in Active Low.
Down Edge
Perform the trigger detection with
Down Edge on the input signal.
Range
Function Name
None
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(Functions in GLAY are available only
when Down Edge is detected.)
Description
Not perform any operation.
AUX Out 1 Off
AUX Out 5 Off
When the signal is applied to one of the PF [AUX Out 1 Off] - PF [AUX Out 5 Off] input ports, the function
assigned to the Auxiliary Output port is deactivated.
You can assign this function when “Selectable” is configure to the Auxiliary Output ports 1 to 5. (Refer to Table
6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX I/O 1 Off
AUX I/O 6 Off
When the signal is applied to one of the PF [AUX Out 1 Off] - PF [AUX Out 6 Off] input ports, the function
assigned to the Auxiliary I/O port is deactivated.
You can assign the function when “Selectable” is configured to the Auxiliary I/O ports 1 to 6. (Refer to Table 6-7
Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX Out 1 On
AUX Out 5 On
When the signal is applied to one of the PF [AUX Out 1 On] - PF [AUX Out 5 On] input ports, the function
assigned to the Auxiliary Output port is activated.
You can assign this function when “Selectable” is configure to the Auxiliary Output ports 1 to 5. (Refer to Table
6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX I/O 1 On
AUX I/O 6 On
When the signal is applied to one of the PF [AUX I/O 1 On] - PF [AUX I/O 6 On] input ports, the function
assigned to the Auxiliary I/O port is disabled.
You can assign the function when “Selectable” is configured to the Auxiliary I/O ports 1 to 6. (Refer to Table 6-7
Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
AUX Out 1 On/Off
AUX Out 5 On/Off
Switch enable/disable the function assigned to the Auxiliary Output port when the signal is applied to one of the
PF [AUX Out 1 On/Off] to PF [AUX Out 5 On/Off] input ports.
You can assign this function when “Selectable” is configure to the Auxiliary Output ports 1 to 5. (Refer to Table
6-7 Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
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Function Name
Description
AUX I/O 1 On/Off
AUX I/O 6 On/Off
Switch enable/disable the function assigned to the Auxiliary I/O port when the signal is applied to one of the PF
[AUX I/O 1 On/Off] to PF [AUX I/O 6 On/Off] ports.
You can assign the function when “Selectable” is configured to the Auxiliary I/O ports 1 to 6. (Refer to Table 6-7
Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports.)
Channel 1
Channel 16
Move the channel to one of CH 1 to CH 16 channels when the signal is applied to one of the PF [Channel 1] to
PF [Channel 16] ports.
You cannot configure this function when “Channel Select” is configured to Auxiliary I/O ports 1 to 4. “E2”
appears when specifying the channel without data. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
Channel Down
Move to the next lower channel when the signal is applied to the PF [Channel Down] input port.
The channel without data is skipped.
Channel Up
Move to the next higher channel when the signal is applied to the PF [Channel Down] input port.
The channel without data is skipped.
CW ID On
CW Message 1
CW Message 8
Transmit CW ID when the signal is applied to the PF [CW ID On] input port. (Refer to 6.3 CW ID Window.)
This function is available on the channel having the CW ID.
Transmits one of the CW Messages 1 to 8 when the signal is applied to one of the PF [CW Message 1] to PF
[CW Message 8] input ports. (Refer to 6.12 CW Message Window.)
DC Power Save Off
Switch the Saver Mode Off when the signal is applied to the PF [DC Power Save Off] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch the DC Power Save function On after this
function is enabled.
DC Power Save On
Switch the Save Mode On when the signal is applied to the PF [DC Power Save On] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch the DC Power Save function Off after this
function is once enabled.
DC Power Save On/Off
Switch the Save Mode On/Off when the signal is applied to the PF [DC Power Save On/Off] input port. (Refer to
6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional Features).)
Display Off
All LEDs other than Power SW LED located on the front panel unlit when the signal is applied to the PF [Display
Off] input port. This function is valid for only Power Saver Mode.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot make all LEDs unlit after this function is enabled.
Display On
All LEDs on the front panel light when the signal is applied to the PF [Display On] input port. This function is
valid for only Power Saver Mode.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot make all LEDs unlit after this function is enabled.
Display On/Off
Switch the LEDs located on the front panel On/Off when the signal is applied to the PF [Display On/Off] input
port. This function is valid for only Power Saver Mode.
Hold Time Disable
Switch Repeat Hold Time Off when the signal is applied to the PF [Hold Time Disable] input port.
It can configure this function only when at least one channel is configured as the Repeat for Operation mode
and Repeat Hold Time is enabled. (Refer to 6.4.1 Optional Features 1 Tab.)
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Hold Time On after this function is enabled.
Hold Time Enable
Switch Repeat Hold Time On when the signal is applied to the PF [Hold Time Enable] input port.
It can configure this function only when at least one channel is configured as the Repeat for Operation mode
and Repeat Hold Time is enabled. (Refer to 6.4.1 Optional Features 1 Tab.)
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Hold Time On after this function is enabled.
Hold Time Disable/
Enable
Switch disable/enable Repeat Hold Time when the signal is applied to the PF [Hold Time Disable/Enable] input
port. It can configure this function only when at least one channel is configured as the Repeat for Operation
mode and Repeat Hold Time is enabled. (Refer to 6.4.1 Optional Features 1 Tab.)
Local TX Disable
It can disable the transmissions using the Local Mic PTT when the signal is applied to the PF [Local TX Disable]
input port. When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot enable the transmission using the Local Mic
PTT after this function is enabled.
Local TX Enable
It can enable the transmission using the Local Mic PTT when the signal is applied to the PF [Local TX Enable]
input port. When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot restrict the transmissions using the Local Mic
PTT after this function is enabled.
Local TX
Disable/Enable
Switch disable/enable the transmissions using the Local Mic PTT when the signal is applied to the PF [Local TX
Disable/Enable] input port. it can use this function only when the signal is detected with Down Edge. (Refer to
" AUX Input Trigger (AUX Input).)
Low Power Off *1
Switch the transmission power from Low to High when the signal is applied to the PF [Low Power Off] input
port. This function activates only when at least one channel is configured as High Transmission Power. (Refer
to 6.2.11 TX High Power.)
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Function Name
Description
Low Power On *1
Switch the transmission power from High to Low when the signal is applied to the PF [Low Power Off] input
port. This function activates only when at least one channel is configured as High Transmission Power. (Refer
to 6.2.11 TX High Power.)
Low Power On/Off*1
Switch High/Low for the transmission power when the signal is applied to the PF [Low Power On/Off] input port.
This function activates only when at least one channel is configured as High for Transmission Power. (Refer to
6.2.11 TX High Power.)
Monitor Off
It can enable the signalling Decode function when the signal is applied to the PF [Monitor Off] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, you cannot switch Monitor On after this function is once enabled.
This function does not operate when the repeater enables the repeat operation.
Monitor On
It can disable signalling Decode when the signal is applied to the PF [Monitor On] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, you cannot switch Monitor Off after this function is once enabled.
Monitor On/Off
Switch disable/enable signalling Decode when the signal is applied to the PF [Monitor On/Off] input port. You
can use this function only when the signal is detected with Down Edge. (Refer to " AUX Input Trigger (AUX
Input).)
Multi-table Sub
Switch the signalling specified on the Multi-table Select to the Sub-table signalling when the signal is applied to
the PF [Multi-table Sub] input port. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch to the Main-table after the Sub-table is selected.
Multi-table Main
Switch the signalling specified on the Multi-table Select to the Main-table when the signal is applied to the PF
[Multi-table Main] input port. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch to the Sub-table after the Main-table is selected.
Multi-table Main/Sub
Switch Main/Sub for the signalling specified with the Multi-table Select when the signal is applied to the PF
[Multi-table Main/Sub] input port. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
QT/DQT Decode
Disable
Restrict QT/DQT Decode when the signal is applied to the PF [QT/DQT Decode Disable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch the QT/DQT Decode function on after this
function is on.
This function is valid even when the repeater is performing the Repeat operation.
QT/DQT Decode
Enable
Activate QT/DQT Decode when the signal is applied to the PF [QT/DQT Decode Enable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch the QT/DQT Decode function Off after this
function is on.
QT/DQT Decode
Disable/Enable
Switch disable/enable QT/DQT Decode when the signal is applied to the PF [QT/DQT Encode Disable/Enable]
input port.
QT/DQT
Encode Disable
Restrict QT/DQT Encode when the signal is applied to the PF [QT/DQT Encode Disable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch the QT/DQT Encode function On after this
function is on.
QT/DQT
Encode Enable
Activate QT/DQT Encode when the signal is applied to the PF [QT/DQT Encode Enable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch the QT/DQT Encode function Off after this
function is on.
QT/DQT
Switch disable/enable QT/DQT Encode when the signal is applied to the PF [QT/DQT Encode Disable/Enable]
Encode Disable/Enable input port.
Repeat Disable
Restrict the Repeat operation when the signal is applied to the PF [Repeat Disable] input port.
It cannot configure this function if no channel is configured to the Repeat operation. When the signal is detected
with Down Edge, it cannot enable the Repeat operation after this function is enabled.
Repeat Enable
Activate the Repeat operation when the signal is applied to the PF [Repeat Enable] input port.
It cannot configure this function if no channel is configured to the Repeat operation. When the signal is detected
with Down Edge, it cannot disable the repeat operation after this function is enabled.
Repeat Disable/Enable
Switch disable/enable the repeat operation when the signal is applied to the PF [Repeat Disable/Enable] input
port. It cannot configure this function if no channel is configured to the Repeat operation.
Reset
Scan Off
It can disable the Scan when the signal is applied to the PF [Scan Off] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot enable the Scan after this function is enabled.
Scan On
It can enable the Scan when the signal is applied to the PF [Scan On] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot disable the Scan after this function is enabled.
Scan On/Off
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Reset the operations and returns to the default value when the signal is applied to the PF [Reset] input port.
Switch Scan On/Off when the signal is applied to the PF [Scan On/Off] input port.
It can disable Scrambler when the signal is applied to the PF [Scrambler Off] input port.
It cannot configure this function when the optional Scrambler board is not installed.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Scrambler On after this function is enabled.
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Function Name
Description
Scrambler On
It can enable Scrambler when the signal is applied to the PF [Scrambler On] input port.
It cannot configure this function when the optional Scrambler board is not installed. When the signal is detected
with Down Edge, it cannot disable Scrambler after this function is enabled.
Scrambler On/Off
Switch Scrambler On/Off when the signal is applied to the PF [Scrambler On/Off] input port.
It cannot configure this function when the optional Scrambler board is not installed.
Squelch Off
It can disable Squelch when the signal is applied to the PF [Squelch Off] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Squelch On after this function is enabled.
Squelch On
You can enable Squelch when the signal is applied to the PF [Squelch On] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, you cannot switch Squelch Off once this function is enabled.
Squelch On/Off
TA Line
Pre-emphasis Off
TA Line
Pre-emphasis On/Off
Switch Squelch On/Off when the signal is applied to the PF [Squelch On/Off] input port.
It can disable the pre-emphasis of the TA terminal.
It can use this function only when the signal is detected with the Level.
Switch enable/disable the pre-emphasis of the TA terminal.
Test Tone Off
Stop Test Tone when the signal is applied to the PF [Test Tone Off] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Test Tone On after this function is on.
Test Tone On
Start Test Tone when the signal is applied to the PF [Test Tone On] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Test Tone Off once this function is on.
Test Tone On/Off
Switch Test Tone On/Off when the signal is applied to the PF [Test Tone On/Off] input port.
TOT Disable *2
Disable Time-out Timer when the signal is applied to the PF [TOT Disable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Time-out Timer On after this function is on.
TOT Enable *2
Enable Time-out Timer when the signal is applied to the PF [TOT Enable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot switch Time-out Timer Off after this function is on.
TOT Disable/Enable *2 Switch disable/enable Time-out Timer when the signal is applied to the PF [TOT Disable/Enable] input port.
TX Disable
Restrict all transmissions when the signal is applied to the PF [TX Disable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot permit transmissions after this function is on.
TX Enable
Permit all transmissions when the signal is applied to the PF [TX Enable] input port.
When the signal is detected with Down Edge, it cannot restrict transmissions after this function is on.
TX Disable/Enable
Switch disable/enable the transmissions when the signal is applied to the PF [TX Disable/Enable] input port.
*1: This function is available on the TOT of the Local Mic PTT and the Repeater/External PTT.
*2: You cannot switch to Low Power while transmitting or scanning. The Low Power status is retained even if the channel is changed or the
repeater is turned ON/OFF.
Note:
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!
When assigning similar functions to Auxiliary Input ports,
TKR-750/850/751/851 activates the function according to
the status of the last used Auxiliary Input port.
!
When the same function or similar functions are assigned to
the Auxiliary Input port and the PF key, the operation may
become unstable due to the chattering.
Example: When the PF [Scan On/Off] key is switched
from Off to On:
!
•
Starts scanning since the Scan starts with the PF [Scan
On/Off] key. (Channel/Status display)
•
Pauses scanning when the signal is applied to the PF
[Scan On/Off] input port.
When the DTMF signalling is configured, TKR-750/850/751/
851 determines that the received code is a continuous code
even when it is intermittently received for a couple seconds.
Therefore, it activates the “Reset” function in any of the
following cases.
Assigned Function
No.
2
0123456789ABCD
Reset
3
789ABCD
Repeat Disable
TKR-750/850/751/851 assumes that it has received the No.
2 Reset signal when receiving the No. 3 Repeat Disable
signal after receiving the No. 1 Take Over On signal.
" Function (AUX Output)
It can assign the function to the AUX Output port and
the AUX Input/Output port. Select the functions from
the dropdown list.
Range
Refer to Table 6-7 Assigning Functions to the
Auxiliary Output Ports.
Default
None
Example:
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Code
Assigned Function
No.
1
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Code
0123456
Take Over On
Note: As for the AUX Input/Output port, it appears on the list
only when it is configured as the “AUX Output” port in
the “AUX Select” tab. (Refer to 6.10.1 AUX Select Tab.)
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Function Name
Description
None
Not perform any operation.
COR
The PF [COR] output port is activated when
receiving the signal.
Fan Status
The PF [Fan Status] output port is activated
when the fan starts operating.
Power Supply
Lower Limit *1
The PF [Power Supply Lower Level] output
port is activated when the power voltage is
decreased.
The PF [RF Power Down Detect] output port
RF Power Down is activated when the transmission power
Detect *2
becomes lower than the configured threshold
level.
" Logic Type (AUX Output)
It can select the status of the signal (Low/High) to
activate or deactivate the function with the Air Remote
code. You can configure this function only when at
least one function is assign to “Function”. Select
“Active Low” or “Active High” from the dropdown list.
Active Low
The assigned function activates in
Active Low.
Active High
The assigned function activates in
Active High.
Range
Default
Active Low
The PF [RX Signal Detect] output port is
Reception Signal
activated when the RSSI voltage is
(Below) *1
decreased.
Reception
Unlock
The PF [RX Unlock] output port is activated
when RX PLL is unlocked.
Selectable
Toggle the PF [Selectable] output port
between Active/Inactive when the signal is
applied to the Auxiliary Input port or the PF
key.
TOR
The PF [TOR] output port is activated when
the signalling matches while receiving the
signal.
The PF [TOR] output port is activated on the
channel without the signalling configuration
while receiving.
TXS
The PF [TXS] output port is activated while
transmitting.
Transmission
Unlock
The PF [TX Unlock] output port is activated
when the TX PLL is unlocked.
*1: It can configure the any voltage value to detect the voltage
decrease/increase. (Refer to 6.4.1 Optional Features 1 Tab.)
*2: It can select High Power or Low Power with “Power Down
Detect” in Tuning mode. This function notifies the user that the
transmission power is suddenly decreased when the power is
decreased, etc. However, you cannot use this function as a realtime power monitor. (Refer to 7.3.11 Tuning Mode.)
Default: Hi (25 W) power: Approximately 10 W
Low (1 W) power: Approximately 0.3 W
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!
When configuring the Activation code to the PF [COR]
output port or the PF [TOR] output port, TKR-750/850/751/
851 cannot activate the repeat operation since it sends the
code while it is in Busy status, so that it cannot receive the
Air Remote code and the Repeater Open code. (Refer to
6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
!
Since the status of Air Remote Encode is retained while
transmitting using Repeater PTT, Local Mic PTT, or External
PTT, or CW ID, TKR-750/850/751/851 cannot send the
Activation code even when the function is activated while the
Activation code is configured to the PF [Power Supply Lower
Limit] output port. In this case, it transmits the Activation code
after ending the transmission (the function deactivates). When
the Deactivation code is configured to the port, it sends the
Deactivation code after transmitting the Activation code. (Refer
to 6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
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# When Selecting the QT/DQT Encode Code with the
Dropdown List:
6.11 Multi-table Window
It can configure the QT/DQT (Current) code on this
window. When the Multi-table function is enabled, it can
wait for the call with two types of QT/DQT code; Primary
and Current. (Refer to 6.1.6 Multi-table, 6.2.9 Multi-table
(Channel Edit).)
This window consists of “Main-table” and “Sub-table” tabs
and it can switch the window by clicking the tabs.
Range
Default
6.11.1 Decode (Multi-table)
It can configure the signalling used to receive the calls.
Select the QT tone or DQT code from the dropdown list or
directly enter the QT tone and the DQT code.
Range
Default
QT
67.0 - 250.3 Hz
DQT Normal
D023N - D754N
DQT Inverse
D023I - D754I
None
# Directly entering the QT/DQT Encode Code:
Range
In steps of
Default
QT
67.0 - 254.1 Hz
DQT Normal
D000N - D777N
DQT Inverse
D000I - D777I
QT
0.1 Hz
DQT
1
67.0 - 250.3 Hz
DQT Normal
D023N - D754N
DQT Inverse
D023I - D754I
None
# Directly entering the QT/DQT Encode Code:
Range
# Selecting the QT/DQT Encode Code from the
Dropdown List:
QT
In steps of
Default
QT
67.0 - 254.1 Hz
DQT Normal
D000N - D777N
DQT Inverse
D000I - D777I
QT
0.1 Hz
DQT
1
None
Note:
!
It cannot configure “Encode” if the “Decode” function is not
configured.
!
It can use numbers, “D”, “N”, “I”, “.”, and “,” for the 5 digits of the
QT/DQT Encode code.
!
When entering only numbers, the code is configured as QT
Tone.
!
When entering “D” as the first character of the code, the code is
configured as the DQT code.
!
When entering the value, which is out of the range, it will be
automatically replaced with the highest value or the lowest value
in the range.
None
Note:
!
It cannot configure the QT/DQT code to the No.1 table.
!
It can use numbers, “D”, “N”, “I”, “.”, and “,” for the 5 digits of the
QT/DQT Encode code.
!
When entering only numbers, the code is configured as QT
Tone.
!
When entering “D” as the first character of the code, the code is
configured as the DQT code.
!
When entering the value, which is out of the range, it will be
automatically replaced with the highest value or the lowest value
in the range.
6.11.2 Encode (Multi-table)
It can configure the signalling used to transmit.
Select the QT tone or DQT code with the dropdown list or
directly enter the QT tone and the DQT code.
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6.12 CW Message Window
It can configure the CW Message to send on this window.
You can send the configured CW Message by interlocking
with the operation of function keys and the input/output
operation of the Auxiliary port. (Refer to 13 FUNCTION
LIST.)
It can control the transmission of CW Message with the
following functions.
# Key Function
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends the configured CW
Message when the PF key is pressed if the CW
Message transmission function is assigned to the PF
key. (Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
# Auxiliary Input port
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends CW Message when the
signal is applied to the Auxiliary Input port if the CW
Message transmission function is assigned to the
Auxiliary Input port. (Refer to Table 6-6 Assigning
Functions to the Auxiliary Input Ports.)
# Save On/Off Function
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends CW Message when it
enters/exists Power Saver mode if the CW Message
transmission function is assigned to the Save On/Off
function. (Refer to 6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional
Features).)
Figure 6-21 “CW Message” window
6.12.1 CW Message
It can configure CW Message with a maximum of 32
characters and symbols. Enter directly the message in
the edit box.
Range
No. 1 - 8
A maximum of 32 characters and symbols
(space), “, ', (,), +,,, -,., /, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9,:, =,?
A-Z
Default
Blank
# Start Up Function
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends CW Message when it is
turned ON if the CW Message transmission function is
assigned to Start Up. (Refer to 6.4.3 Others Tab
(Optional Features).)
6.12.2 CW Speed
# Backup Power Function
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends CW Message when the
power is switched from the main power to the backup
power if the CW Message transmission function is
assigned to the Backup Power function. (Refer to
6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional Features).)
# Main Power Function
This is a speed to send CW Message. It can configure the
speed by the spin buttons or directly enter the value to
configure the speed.
Range
In steps of
TKR-750/850/751/851 sends CW Message when the
power is switched from the backup power to the main
power if the CW Message transmission function is
assigned to the Main Power function. (Refer to 6.4.3
Others Tab (Optional Features).)
Default
5 - 30 word/min.
1 word/min.
20 words/min.
6.12.3 CW Mod. Delay Time
This is a duration time to send CW message from starts
transmitting. It can configure the duration by the spin
buttons or directly enter the value to configure the
duration.
Range
55
0, 10 - 2550 ms
In steps of
10 ms
Default
600 ms
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6.12.4 Audio Frequency
6.13 Test Frequency Window
This is a frequency of CW Message. It can configure the
frequency by the spin buttons or directly enter the value
to configure the frequency
It can configure the test frequency to be used in Test
Mode. It can configure a maximum of 16 channels. You
can copy the frequency configured in the “Channel Edit”
window to the test frequency channel. The available
frequency range varies depending on the model and the
market code.
Range
400 - 2000 Hz
In steps of
100 Hz
Default
800 Hz
6.12.5 Send CW Message to RA
It allows to monitor CW Message in Morse code when
sending the message from the RA line and the front
speaker.
Checked
CW Message audio signals sent from
the RA line and emitted from the front
speaker.
Unchecked
CW Message audio signals sent from
the RA line and emitted from the front
speaker.
Range
Default
Unchecked
Note: In Simplex mode, CW Message is sent to RA only. In this
case, CW Message is not emitted from the speaker.
Figure 6-22 Test Frequency window
6.12.6 Encode with QT/DQT (CW
Message)
6.13.1 Reception, Transmission
It can encode the QT/DQT (Primary) code configured to
each channel while sending the CW Message.
This is a test frequency. Directly enter the value in the
“Reception” edit box and the “Transmission” edit box.
Table 6-8 Test Frequency Range
Checked
CW Message is sent with primary QT/
DQT signalling.
Unchecked
CW Message is sent without QT/DQT
signalling.
Range
Default
Unchecked
Model
Market
Code
Transmission/Reception
Frequency Range [MHz]
TKR-750/751
K
146 - 174
TKR-750
K2
136 - 150
TKR-850/851
K
450 - 480
TKR-850
K2
480 - 512
TKR-850
K3
400 - 430
Table 6-9 Default Test Frequency of the TKR-750/751 (K)
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Channel No.
Reception Frequency
[MHz]
Transmission
Frequency [MHz]
1
146.10000
146.00000
2
160.10000
160.00000
3
173.90000
174.00000
4
150.10000
150.00000
5
155.10000
155.00000
6
165.10000
165.00000
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Channel No.
Reception Frequency
[MHz]
Transmission
Frequency [MHz]
7
170.10000
170.00000
8
158.50000
161.50000
9
161.50000
158.50000
10
136.10000
136.00000
11
151.90000
151.95000
12
152.10000
152.00000
13
-
-
14
-
-
15
-
-
16
-
-
Table 6-10 Default Test Frequency of the TKR-850/851 (K)
Channel No.
Reception Frequency
[MHz]
Transmission
Frequency [MHz]
1
450.10000
450.00000
2
465.10000
465.00000
3
479.90000
480.00000
4
455.10000
455.00000
5
460.10000
460.00000
6
470.10000
470.00000
7
475.10000
475.00000
8
462.60000
462.50000
9
467.60000
467.50000
10
440.10000
440.00000
11
459.90000
460.00000
12
-
-
13
-
-
14
-
-
15
-
-
16
-
-
Note:
!
It must configure both of the “Reception” frequency and the
“Transmission” frequency.
!
The default frequency is configured when all frequencies are
deleted.
!
Refer to the Service Manual for checking how to test the TKR750/850/751/851.
!
406.0 MHz and 406.1 MHz are assigned as the Emergency
locator beacons in the United States. Therefore, it does not allow
designed to use these frequencies.
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6.13.2 CH Paste Button
Click “CH Paste” to copy the frequency configured in the
“Channel Information” window to each channel in the
“Test Frequency” window.
Note:
!
You can view the context menu of the selected channel by rightclicking the channel number. In this window, you can copy or
delete the configuration data.
!
The default frequency is configured when all frequencies are
deleted.
6.14 Embedded Message Window
It can configure the message that is stored in the TKR750/850/751/851 on the “Embedded Message” window. It
can store a message with up to 64 characters
(combination of alphabets and numerals). It can embed
the specific information, such as the control number or
the name of the configuration data written.
The Embedded Message appears on the “Open” window
when the configuration data is opened. (Refer to 4.2
Open.)
Figure 6-23 “Embedded Message” window
Directly enter the message in the edit box.
Range
Maximum of 64 characters and symbols
Default
Blank
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6.15 Embedded Message w/
Password Window
It can configure a message and a password into the TKR750/850/751/851 on the “Embedded Message w/
Password” window. You can configure a message with up
to 64 characters (combination of alphabets and numerals)
to the repeater. You can also configure the password to
protect the message. You can embed the specific
information in it, such as the control number or the name of
the configuration data written with a password.
" Password Button
It can configure the password and change it.
Follow the procedures below to configure/change the
password.
1. Click “Password”.
The “Caution” window appears. Click “OK” to view
the “Password Change” window.
Figure 6-26 “Caution” window
Figure 6-24 “Embedded Message w/Password” window
Directly enter the message in the edit box.
Range
Maximum of 64 characters and symbols.
Default
Blank
Figure 6-27 “Password Change” window
" Write Button
2. Enter the password.
This can write the configured message into the TKR750/850/751/851.
You can configure a password a maximum of 6
characters.
Follow the procedures below to write the message.
Old Password: Enter the old password in this box.
1. Click “Write”.
New Password: Enter the new password.
Confirm: Enter the same password as the “New
Password” to confirm.
The Password Entry display appears.
3. Click “Write”.
4. Click “OK”.
Note:
!
The error message appears when the password entered in
the “Old Password” box does not match with the registered
password.
Figure 6-25 Password Entry display
!
Note: The display requiring you to configure the password
when the password is not configured. You must
configure the password first, then you can write the
configured message.
The error message appears when the password entered in
the “New Password” box does not match with the password
entered in the “Confirm” box.
!
The password entry display closes when entering an
incorrect password three times in a row.
2. Enter the password and click “Write”.
3. Click “OK”.
Note:
!
The error message appears if you enter an incorrect
password.
!
The password entry display closes when entering a wrong
password three times in a row.
!
When writing the message with Embedded Message w/
Password, you can store the message as a separate data
from the configuration data.
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7.1
Read Data from Repeater
7.2
Write Data to Repeater
This function allows to read the configuration data from
TKR-750/850/751/851 connected to the PC with the
KPG-46 programming cable by KPG-91D. (Refer to 1.2
Connecting to the PC.)
This function allows to write the configuration data into
TKR-750/850/751/851 connected to the PC with the
KPG-46 programming cable by KPG-91D. (Refer to 1.2
Connecting to the PC.)
Follow the procedures below to read the data.
Follow the procedures below to write the configuration
data.
1. Select one of the following options.
•
Select “Program” > “Read Data from Repeater”.
•
Click
on the Toolbar.
2. Click “Read”.
The PC starts reading the configuration data.
# If the Data Password is configured:
Click “Read” to view the “Data Password” window.
1. Select one of the following options.
•
Select “Program” > “Write Data to Repeater”.
•
Click
on the Toolbar.
2. Click “Write”.
The PC starts writing the configuration data.
# If the “Data Password” is configured:
The warning message appears when clicking
“Write”.
Figure 7-2 Warning message
Click “OK” to start writing the configuration data.
The data writing completion message appears
when the PC properly writes the confirmation.
Figure 7-1 “Data Password” window
Enter the password in the “Data Password” edit
box and click “OK” to start reading the
configuration data.
3. Click “OK”.
Note:
!
The PC cannot write the configuration data when TKR-750/
850/751/851 does not respond even if “Write” is clicked. In
this case, you must ensure the power of TKR-750/850/751/
851and the connection between the PC and start the
operation again.
!
The error message appears when the COM port is not
available and you cannot write the configuration data. In this
case, you must ensure that COM port is available in the
“Communication Port” configuration, and then start the
operation again. (Refer to 9.1 Communication Port Window.)
Note:
!
Embedded Message appears if the message has embedded
message.
!
The error message appears if you enter a wrong password.
The “Data Password” window closes when entering an
incorrect password three times in a row.
The data reading completion message appears when
the PC correctly reads the confirmation from the
repeater.
3. Click “OK”.
7.3
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!
The PC cannot read the configuration data when TKR-750/
850/751/851 does not respond even if “Read” is clicked. In
this case, you must ensure the power of TKR-750/850/751/
851 and the connection between the PC, and then start the
operation again.
!
The error message appears when the Com port does not
open and you cannot read the configuration data. In this
case, you must ensure the COM port configuration in
“Communication Port”, and then start the operation again.
(Refer to 9.1 Communication Port Window.)
Test Mode Window
It can configure the data used to perform various tests
and adjustments in the “Test Mode” window when
operating the TKR-750/850/751/851 in Test mode. In this
mode, you can make various adjustments, such as
checking the RF environment of the location and the
adjustment of the reception frequency, before installing or
operating the TKR-750/850/751/851. You can start the
test without writing data since the encode/decode
signalling and the test frequency are already configured.
(Refer to 6.13 Test Frequency Window.)
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You can modify the test and other configuration data by
KPG-91D.
Table 7-1 Test Signalling
signalling
No.
Figure 7-3 “Test Mode” window
Note:
!
The cooling Fan is switched On operates in PC Test Mode.
!
Refer to the Service Manual for checking how to test.
7.3.1
Test Channel
Decode tone
Encode tone
1
None
None
2
None
100 Hz square wave
3
QT 67.0 Hz
QT 67.0 Hz
4
QT 151.4 Hz
QT 151.4 Hz
5
QT 210.7 Hz
QT 210.7 Hz
6
QT 250.3 Hz
QT 250.3 Hz
7
DQT D023N
DQT D023N
8
DQT D754I
DQT D754I
9
None
CW ID Encode [ID = VVV]
10
None
Single Tone [1000 Hz]
11
DTMF 159D
DTMF 159D
12
None
DTMF Tone 9
13
None
Courtesy Tone*1
14
None
Battery Warning Tone*1
15
None
Battery Operation Tone*1
16
-
-
*1: The value configured in the “Optional Features 2" tab. (Refer to
6.4.2 Optional Features 2 Tab.)
It can select the channel to test. You can select the
numbers of the channel configured on the “Test
Frequency” window by the spin buttons. (Refer to 6.13
Test Frequency Window.)
Note: TKR-750/850/751/851 deactivates AF Mute when the
signalling is decoded with the QT/DQT code and the
signalling matches.
The frequency configured to the selected channel number
appears on the “Frequency” window.
Range
1 - 16
Default
1
Note: You cannot select the number of the channel that is not
configured on the “Test Frequency” window.
7.3.2
Test Signalling
It can select the test signalling. Select the number of the
test signalling that is already configured by the spin
buttons.
The Decode Tone/Encode Tone configured to the
selected signalling Number appears on the “Frequency”
window.
Range
Test signalling No. 1 - 16
Default
1
signalling No.:
signalling No. of the Test Mode
Decode Tone:
Reception signalling
Encode Tone:
Transmission signalling
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7.3.3
Wide/ Narrow
Range
It can select the Bandwidth for the Test Channel. Select
from Wide and Narrow from the dropdown list. (Refer to
FUNC 1.4 Transmission Bandwidth.)
Range
Wide, Narrow
Default
Wide
Default
7.3.8
Off
Compander is disabled.
On
Compander is enabled.
Off
Repeat
It can configure Repeat operation to the Test Channel.
Select “Off” or “On” from the dropdown list.
7.3.4
Beat Shift (Test Mode)
It can select the Beat Shift function to the Test Channel.
The Beat Shift function eliminates the problems of the
internal beat caused by internal oscillators. Select “Yes”
or “No” from the dropdown list.
Range
Default
7.3.5
Yes
The Beat Shift function is enabled.
No
The Beat Shift function is disabled.
Power (Test Mode)
Default
High
7.3.9
Repeat is disabled.
On
Repeat is enabled.
Off
TX/RX Button
7.3.10 Print Button
It can select the transmit output power for the Test
Channel. Select “High” or “Low” from the dropdown list.
High, Low
Default
Off
Click “TX/RX” to toggle between transmission and
reception.
No
Range
Range
Click “Print” to print out the configured Tuning Data.
7.3.11 Tuning Mode
It can make various adjustments for the TKR-750/850/
751/851 by the KPG-91D.
7.3.6
Monitor (Test Mode)
It can enable/disable Squelch of the Test Channel. Select
“Off” or “On” from the dropdown list.
Range
Default
7.3.7
Off
Squelch is disabled.
On
Squelch is enabled.
Double-click the function in the list box in the “Test Mode”
window to view the adjustment window of the selected
function. (Refer to Table 7-2 Functions that you can adjust
in PC Tuning Mode.)
Off
Compander (Test Mode)
It can select Compander for the Test Channel. This
function improves the quality of the received tone by
reducing the noise. Select “Off” or “On” from the
dropdown list.
Figure 7-4 Example: “Frequency Adjustment” window
Note: Refer to the Service Manual how to adjust the TKR-750/850/
751/851 also.
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Table 7-2 Functions that you can adjust in PC Tuning Mode
Wide/
Narrow
Function
Description
Reception
Frequency
-
You can adjust the VCO frequency during reception.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Reception
Frequency
(Low)
-
You can adjust the VCO frequency during reception.
TKR-750/751 (VHF) only: Single Reference Level Adjustment
You can make the adjustment in steps of 2.5 kHz.
Reception
Frequency
(High)
-
You can adjust the VCO frequency during reception.
TKR-750/751 (VHF) only: Single Reference Level Adjustment
You can make the adjustment in steps of 2.5 kHz.
Transmission
Frequency
You can adjust the VCO frequency during transmission.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Transmission
Frequency
(Low)
You can adjust the VCO frequency during transmission.
TKR-750/751 (VHF) only: Single Reference Level Adjustment
You can make the adjustment in steps of 2.5 kHz.
Transmission
Frequency
(High)
You can adjust the VCO frequency during transmission.
TKR-750/751 (VHF) only: Single Reference Level Adjustment
You can make the adjustment in steps of 2.5 kHz.
Squelch Tight
Squelch
Open
RD (RX
Detector
Output)
Level
Wide
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
You can adjust the Squelch Level 15.
Single Reference Level Adjustment
You can adjust the Squelch Level 1.
Single Reference Level Adjustment
The TKR-750/850/751/851 stores the RSSI Level at the same time.
Wide
Narrow
You can adjust the RD (RX Detector Signal Output) level.
Single Reference Level Adjustment
RA (RX Audio Wide
Output)
Narrow
Level
You can adjust the RA (RX Audio Signal Output) level.
Single Reference Level Adjustment
TX High
Power
-
You can adjust the TX High Power level.
High Power: 3 Reference Level Adjustments
TX Low
Power
-
You can adjust the TX Low Power level.
Low Power: 3 Reference Level Adjustments
Power Down
Detect (High)
You can configure the threshold level to detect the degradation of the output power while
transmitting in High Power mode.
Single Reference Level Adjustment
Power Down
Detect (Low)
You can configure the threshold value to detect the degradation of the output power while
transmitting in Low Power mode.
Single Reference Level Adjustment
Max
Deviation
Wide
Narrow
Wide
DQT Balance
Narrow
TD (Ext.
Signalling)
Deviation
Wide
TA (TX
Audio)
Deviation
Wide
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Signalling
Narrow
Narrow
You can adjust the Maximum Deviation level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 6 Reference Level Adjustments (3 Reference levels for VCO A and B)
TKR-850/851 (UHF): 3 Reference Level Adjustments
You can adjust the DQT Encode balance.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Sig CH = 2
You can adjust the TD (external signalling) level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR850/-851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
You can adjust the TA (TX Audio) level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
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Function
DQT
Deviation
Wide/
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
Wide
QT Deviation
CW ID
Deviation
Test Tone
Deviation
DTMF
Deviation
Courtesy
Tone
Deviation
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
Buttery
Warning
Tone
Deviation
Wide
Buttery
Operation
Tone
Deviation
Wide
Repeat Gain
Narrow
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
Description
You can adjust the DQT Encode level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
You can adjust the QT Encode level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Signalling
Sig CH = 7
Sig CH = 4
You can adjust the CW ID Encode level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Sig CH =
10
You can adjust the Test Tone (single tone) Encode level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Sig CH =
10
You can adjust the DTMF Encode level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Sig CH =
12
You can adjust the Courtesy Tone Encode level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Configurati
on value in
the KPG91D
You can adjust the Battery Warning Tone Encode level.
TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Configurati
on value in
the KPG91D
You can adjust the Battery Operation Tone Encode level.TKR-750/751 (VHF): 2 Reference
Level Adjustments
TKR-850/851 (UHF): Single Reference Level Adjustment
Configurati
on value in
the KPG91D
You can adjust the Repeat Audio level.
Single Reference Level Adjustment
Note: Deviation is the frequency modulation bandwidth.
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8.1
Radio Information Window
The information configured in the TKR-750/850/751/851
appears on the “Radio Information” window.
The “Radio Information” window appears when selecting
“Radio Information” in the “Tools” menu.
Figure 8-1 “Radio Information” window
8.1.1
Model Type
The model type of the TKR-750/850/751/851 appears.
(Refer to 5.1.1 Model Type.)
8.1.2
Frequency
The frequency bandwidth configured to the TKR-750/850/
751/851 appears. (Refer to 5.1.2 Frequency.)
8.1.3
Serial Number
The serial number assigned to the TKR-750/850/751/851
appears.
8.1.4
Checksum
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9 SETUP MENU
9.1
Communication Port
Window
It can select the COM port to communicate with the TKR750/850/751/851.
When there is only one available Communication port on
a PC, the port is automatically configured as COM1.
The “Communication Port” window appears when
selecting “Communication Port” in the “Setup” menu.
Figure 9-1 Communication Port window
Select the Communication Port from COM1 - COM20 and
click “OK”.
9.2
Language File Setup
Window
It can select the language on “Language File Setup”
window.
Figure 9-2 “Language File Setup” window
From the dropdown list, Select the language.
Range
Dutch, English, French, German, Italian,
Spanish
Default
The language selected when installing the
software appears.
Note: The selected language in the “Language File Setup” window
is applied to all KPG-91D software functions.
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10 VIEW MENU
10.1 Tree View Window
This window displays the functions in the “Edit” menu.
Double-click each item to display the window of the
selected item.
Figure 10-1 “Tree View” window
10.2 Toolbar
It can display/hide the toolbar. You can display or hide the
Toolbar by selecting “View” > “Toolbar”. (Refer to 3.1.3
Toolbar.)
10.3 Status Bar
It can display/hide the Status bar. You can display or hide
the Status bar by selecting “View” > “Status Bar”. (Refer
to 3.1.4 Status Bar.)
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The “Window” menu appears when the function is
selected in the “Edit” menu and the window of the
function is displayed. You can rearrange and close the
opened windows. (Refer to 3.2.8 “Window” Menu.)
11.3 Vertical Tile
You can rearrange the opened windows in the vertical
tiles fashion by selecting “Vertical Tile”.
11.1 Cascade
You can rearrange the opened windows in an overlapped
fashion (cascade format) by selecting “Cascade”.
Figure 11-3 Vertical Tile
11.4 Arrange Icons
You can rearrange the icons of the minimized windows by
selecting “Arrange Icons”.
Figure 11-1 Cascade
11.2 Horizontal Tile
You can rearrange the opened windows in the horizontal
tiles fashion by selecting “Horizontal Tile”.
Figure 11-4 Arrange Icons
Figure 11-2 Horizontal Tile
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11.5 Close All Windows
You can close all opened windows by selecting “Close All
Windows”.
11.6 Opened Window List
You can display the title of the opened window. When
clicking the title of the window, the selected window
appears.
Figure 11-5 Opened Window List
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12.1 Help Topics Window
12.2 About KPG-91D Window
You can view the “KPG-91D Help” window by selecting
“Help” > “Help Topics”. In this window, you can search for
the help topics relating to the operations and functions of
the KPG-91D. This window consists of “Contents”,
“Index”, and “Search” tabs and you can switch the
window by clicking the tabs. (Refer to 3.2.9 “Help” Menu.)
You can view the “About KPG-91D Help” window by
selecting “Help” → “About KPG-91D”. You can view the
information about the KPG-91D.
12.1.1 Contents Tab
You can search for the help topics from the menu bar.
The menu bar has 8 items; File, Model, Edit, Program,
Tools, Setup, View, and Window.
Figure 12-2 “About KPG-91D” window
Click “OK” to close the “About KPG-91D” window.
Figure 12-1 Contents tab
The help text appears in the right frame of the “Help”
window when clicking ILG or
. You can view the
detailed help text on the
when double-clicking the
or clicking
.
12.1.2 Index Tab
You can search the help topic from the Keyword list. Enter
the keyword into the edit box, then click the keyword from
the Keyword List or click “Display”.
12.1.3 Search Tab
You can search the help topic with the word or phrases in
the document. Enter the keyword into the edit box, then
double-click the keyword or click “Display”.
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13 FUNCTION LIST
Refer to the PF key, AUX Input port, Save On/Off, Start
Up, and Power Supply sections for details.
PF key (Refer to 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
Function
PF Key
AUX
Input
Save
Power
Start Up
On/Off
Supply
AUX Input port (Refer to 6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
AUX Out 1
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Save On/Off (Refer to 6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional
Features).)
AUX Out 2
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Start Up (Refer to 6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional Features).)
AUX Out 3
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX Out 4
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX Out 5
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX I/O 1
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX I/O 2
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX I/O 3
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX I/O 4
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX I/O 5
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
AUX I/O 6
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Channel 1
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Power Supply (Refer to 6.4.3 Others Tab (Optional
Features).)
Table 13-1 Function List
Y: Available function N: Unavailable function
PF Key
AUX
Input
None
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX Out 1
Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX Out 2
Off
N
AUX Out 3
Off
N
AUX Out 4
Off
N
AUX Out 5
Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 1 Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 2
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 2 Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 3
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 3 Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 4
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 4 Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 5
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 5 Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 6
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 6 Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 7
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX Out 1
On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 8
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 9
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX Out 2
On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 10
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX Out 3
On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 11
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 12
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX Out 4
On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 13
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX Out 5
On
Channel 14
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 15
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 1 On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel 16
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 2 On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 3 On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel
Down
AUX I/O 4 On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Channel Up
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 5 On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
CW ID On
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AUX I/O 6 On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Function
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Y
Y
Y
Save
Power
Start Up
On/Off
Supply
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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Function
CW
Message 1
On
PF Key
AUX
Input
Y
Y
Save
Power
Start Up
On/Off
Supply
Y
Y
Y
CW
Message 2
On
Y
CW
Message 3
On
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
CW
Message 4
On
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
CW
Message 5
On
Y
CW
Message 6
On
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
PF Key
AUX
Input
Monitor
Momentary
Y
N
N
N
N
Multi Table
Sub
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Multi Table
Main
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Multi Table
Main/Sub
Y
Y*
N
N
N
QT/DQT Dec.
Disable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
QT/DQT Dec.
Enable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
QT/DQT Dec.
Dis/En
Y
Y*
N
N
N
QT/DQT Enc
Disable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
QT/DQT Enc
Enable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
QT/DQT Enc
Dis/En
Y
Y*
Y
N
Y
Repeat
Disable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Function
Save
Power
Start Up
On/Off
Supply
CW
Message 7
On
Y
CW
Message 8
On
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
DC Power
Save Off
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Repeat
Enable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
DC Power
Save On
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Repeat Dis/
En
Y
Y*
N
N
N
DC Power
Save On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Reset
Y
Y
N
N
N
Scan Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Display Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Scan On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Display On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Scan On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Display On/
Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Scrambler Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Hold Time
Enable
Scrambler On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Scrambler
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Squelch Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Hold Time
Disable
N
Hold Time
Dis/En
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Squelch On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Local TX
Disable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Squelch On/
Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Local TX
Enable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Squelch
Momentary
Y
N
N
N
N
Local TX Dis/
En
Y
Y*
N
N
N
TA line Preemphasis Off
N
Y**
N
N
N
Monitor Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y*
N
N
N
Monitor On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
TA line Preemphasis On/
Off
Monitor On/
Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Take Over
On/Off
Y
N
N
N
N
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Function
PF Key
AUX
Input
Test Tone Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Test Tone On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Test Tone On/
Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
TOT Disable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
TOT Enable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
TOT Dis/En
Y
Y*
N
N
N
TX Disable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
TX Enable
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
TX Dis/En
Y
Y*
N
N
N
Low Power
Off
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Low Power
On
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Low Power
On/Off
Y
Y*
N
N
N
*:
Save
Power
Start Up
On/Off
Supply
You can use this function only when the signal is detected with
the Down Edge.
**: You can use this function only when the signal is detected with
the Level.
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INDEX
Symbols
"Edit" Menu ..............................5
"File" menu ..............................5
"Help" menu ..............................7
"Model" Menu .............................5
"Program" menu ...........................6
"Setup" menu .............................6
"Tools" menu .............................6
"View" menu ..............................7
"Window" menu ...........................7
* and # Digit Time .........................41
Numerics
1st, 2nd, 3rd (AUX Input.....................49
A
AUX Input Trigger (AUX Input) ................49
AUX Input/Output tab ......................45
AUX Select tb ............................48
AUX tab ................................49
About KPG-91D window ....................70
Activation (AUX Input) ......................45
Activation (AUX Output) .....................46
Activation (AUX Transponder) ................47
Activation (PF Key Transponder) ...............45
Activation (PF Key) ........................44
Arrange Icons ............................68
Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Input Ports 49, 53
Assigning Functions to the Auxiliary Output Ports ...53
Assigning functions to the PF Keys .............37
Audio Frequency ......................25, 56
B
Backup Battery Operation Tone ...............32
Backup Battery Operation Tone Frequency .......32
Backup Battery Operation Tone Interval ..........33
Backup Battery Operation Tone Send to RA .......33
Backup Battery System .....................28
Backup Battery Warning Tone ................32
Backup Battery Warning Tone Frequency ........32
Backup Battery Warning Tone Send to RA ........32
Backup Power Function .....................36
Beat Shift ...............................23
Beat Shift (Test Mode) ......................62
Busy Channel Lockout ......................31
C
CW ID .............................24, 25
CW ID Override ..........................26
CW ID button ............................24
CW ID on Channel Change ..................26
CW ID window ...........................25
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CW Message ............................55
CW Message window ......................55
CW Mod. Delay Time .......................55
CW Mod.Delay Time .......................25
CW Speed ..........................25, 55
Cascade ...............................68
Ch Paste button ..........................57
Channel Copy ........................19, 24
Channel Delete ...........................20
Channel Edit button ........................19
Channel Edit window .......................21
Channel Information window ..................17
Channel Insert ...........................20
Channel Name .......................18, 22
Clear To Transpond (Remote Control) ...........48
Closes All Windows ........................69
Communication Port window ..................66
Communication port ........................1
Compander .............................24
Compander (Test Mode) ....................62
Conditions to Activate the Air Remote Function .....43
Connecting the TKR-751/851 to the PC ...........1
Context Menu ............................21
Control Tone ............................32
Courtesy Tone ...........................33
Courtesy Tone Frequency ...................33
Courtesy Tone Period ......................33
Courtesy Tone Send to RA ...................33
D
DQT Turn-off Code ........................28
DTMF Speed ............................41
DTMF window............................41
Data Password ...........................29
Deactivation (AUX Input) ....................46
Deactivation (AUX Output) ...................46
Deactivation (AUX Transponder) ...............47
Deactivation (PF Key Transponder) .............45
Deactivation (PF Key) ......................44
Decode (Multi-table) .......................54
Decode Code ............................42
Displaying Help ............................3
Dropout Delay Time ........................40
Dwell Time ..............................40
E
Edit menu ..............................17
Editing the Configuration Data and Writing
to the Repeater ...........................3
Embedded Message w/Password window ........58
Embedded Message window .................57
Encode (Multi-table) .......................54
Encode Tone in Multiple .....................23
Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID) ................26
Encode with QT/DQT CW Message .............56
Encode/Decode Table Window ................42
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External Monitor .......................... 29
F
Fan Action .............................. 29
File menu .............................. 10
Firmware Program ........................ 30
First Digit Delay Time ...................... 41
First Digit Time ........................... 41
Frequency .......................... 16, 42
Frequency Copy .......................... 20
Function (AUX Input)....................... 45
Function (AUX Output) ................. 46, 52
Function (AUX Select) ...................... 48
Function (PF Key) ......................... 44
Function List ............................ 71
Function Port window ...................... 48
Functions that you can adjust in PC Tuning Mode ... 63
Opened Window List ....................... 69
Operation Mode ...................... 19, 23
Optional Board ........................... 16
Optional Features 1 tab ..................... 27
Optional Features 2 tab ..................... 31
Optional Features window ................... 27
Others tab (Optional Features) ................ 34
P
Help Menu .............................. 70
Help Topics window ....................... 70
Horizontal Tile ........................... 68
PF Key tab .............................. 44
PTT Priority ............................. 30
Password button .......................... 58
Period ................................. 42
Power ................................. 19
Power (Test Mode) ........................ 62
Power On Tone .......................... 32
Power Supply Lower Level ................... 28
Print .................................. 11
Print Out List ............................ 12
Print button ............................. 62
Priority ................................ 39
Priority Channel .......................... 39
Program menu ........................... 60
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Q
Initializing the Window ....................... 3
Installing the KPG-91D ...................... 1
KPG-91D................................ 1
Key Assignment window .................... 37
QT Decode Delay ......................... 28
QT Reverse Burst ......................... 24
QT Reverse Burst Time ..................... 28
QT/DQT Copy ........................... 20
QT/DQT Decode...................... 17, 22
QT/DQT Encode ...................... 18, 22
L
R
Language File Setup window ................. 66
Logic Type (AUX Output) ................ 47, 53
Look Back Time A ........................ 39
Look Back Time B ........................ 39
RX Signal Detect (Below).................... 29
Radio Information window ................... 65
Read Data from Repeater ................... 60
Reception Frequency .................. 17, 21
Reception, Transmission .................... 56
Remote Access with QT/DQT ................. 48
Remote Control window ..................... 43
Repeat ................................ 62
Revert Channel .......................... 39
H
K
M
Main Power Function ...................... 36
Main window ............................. 4
Menu bar ................................ 4
Model Information window ................... 16
Model Type ............................. 16
Model menu ............................. 16
Modifying the configuration data ................ 3
Monitor (Test Mode) ....................... 62
Multi-table (Channel Edit) ................... 23
Multi-table (Channel Information) .............. 18
Multi-table window ........................ 54
O
Off-hook Decode ......................... 29
Off-hook Scan ........................... 40
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S
Save Delay Timer A ....................... 36
Save Delay Timer B ....................... 36
Save Mode Duration ....................... 36
Save Off Function ......................... 36
Save On Function ......................... 36
Scan Add........................... 19, 24
Scan Information window .................... 39
Scrambler Backup ........................ 30
Scrambler Code .......................... 24
Send CW ID to RA ........................ 26
Send CW Message to RA ................... 56
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Setup menu .............................66
Shortcut Keys .............................8
Sidetone ...............................42
Single Tone (Aux Transponder) ...............47
Single Tone (PF Key Transponder) .............45
Squelch Level ............................28
Start Up ................................36
Starting and Exiting the KPG-91D ...............3
Status bar ...............................5
System Requirements .......................1
Z
Channel Delete ( ..........................20
T
TOT Rekey Time (Local Mic PTT) ..............31
TOT Reset Time (Local Mic PTT) ..............31
TX Delay Time ...........................25
TX High Power ...........................23
TX Interval Time ..........................25
TX Required in Interval .....................26
TX Standby on Frequency ...................30
TX/RX Button ............................62
Test Channel ............................61
Test Frequency window .....................56
Test Mode window ........................60
Test Signalling ...........................61
Test Tone ..............................28
Time-out Pre-alert (Local Mic PTT) .............31
Time-out Timer (Local Mic PTT) ...............31
Title Bar .................................4
Tone Volume ............................31
Toolbar .................................4
Tools menu .............................65
Transmission Frequency ....................22
Transponder (AUX Input) ....................46
Transponder (AUX Output) ...................47
Transponder (PF Key) ......................44
Tree View window .........................67
Tuning Mode ............................62
U
Uninstalling the KPG-91D
....................2
V
Vertical Tile .............................68
View menu ..............................67
Voice Scrambler ..........................24
W
W/N ..................................18
Warning Alert Tone ........................32
Wide/Narrow ........................23, 62
Window menu ...........................68
Write Data to Repeater .....................60
Write button .............................58
Writing the configuration data to the Repeater .......3
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