Grundig-Satellit-700-Owners-Manual

Grundig-Satellit-700-Owners-Manual
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8-Digit Alphanumeric Display for
—Station name
Appears automatically when receiving an FM (VHF)
station which 1s transmitting RDS (Radio-Data-Sys-
tem) signals. For other stations, you con enter a name
of your choice.
— Abbreviations
e.g., LOCAL (- radio), WEATHER (broadcost), etc.
- Programming functions
e.g., (MENU), TIME 1, COPY — etc.
— Comments (marker X)
e.q., ¥ LOCKED, ¥ NO RDS , etc.
— Error messages (marker ¥¥)
e.g., XX MEMORY XX FREQ , etc.
m = narrow, /\ = wide (bondwidth on AM):
LW, MW, SW.
[3] LSB (Lower Side Band):
Lower side band in SYNCH mode ond on SSB recep-
Hon.
SSB: Single Side Band.
SYNCH (Synchronous demodulator):
Tuning in the 100 Hz raster on AM.
The synchronous demodulator 15 switched on.
[5 | USB (Upper Side Band):
Upper side band in SYNCH mode and on SSB recep-
fron.
[6 | Y EXT (reception with an external aerial):
The aerial switch 69 is set to Y EXT.
Y LOC (local reception on AM):
The local/distant switch 6 is set to LOC.
MGC (Manual Gain Control):
Manual gain control on AM
(LW, MW, SW).
The switch AGC «= МСС (3 1s set to MGC.
[9] ACCU
The slider switch ACCU/BATT. (in battery compartiment)
is set to ACCU. Never set or leove this switch in the
ACCU position when batteries are fitted in the set.
1 — 64 MEMORY {number of station memory position)
SW-m-Band
AS (AUTO SEARCH) = automatic station search
HA = monual station tuning; direct fre-
quency entry and station search.
AF = RDS Alternative Frequency
R-D-S (Radio-Dato-System)
You are receiving an FM station broadcosting RDS sig-
nals.
MONO/STEREO (FM mono and stereo reception, re-
spectively)
MHz — kHz (frequency):
in MHz on FM (VHF), in kHz on AM
(LW, MW, SW).
MEMOFILE 1 — 4
[16] Frequency and Switch-On Time | or 2, respectively
17) SLEEP (a sleep time is entered)
LW (Longwave), MW (Mediumwave), SW (Shortwave)
and FM (VHF): selected waveband.
19) AUTO (Automatic):
Switching time(s) is (ore) programmed and activated.
Field Strength ond Battery/Accu Check, respectively.
Times of Day (TIME I/TIME Il) and Sleep Time
TIME |/TIME ll (times of day and switch-on times 1/2):
related to the indication [21].
ROM TABLE (ROM-table selected)
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Contents
Satellite 700 - LC DATA MONITOR (Display) ............. ‚ 35
CONTANES o.oo rien nen e 36
Your Satellit at a Glance .....................2e=00000 ee, 37
Securing the Unit .................. e... nes 39
Contact Allocation ..................._.....eee2eeeeeeee ee EEE EEK EEE 39
Power Supply ..................-..... menea ne0e 40
Battery or accumulator operation EEE 40
Charging lime «o.oo sees 40
HINES oie seras aaness crea ansaae parer area anne rene ca ee eee ee . 40
RESET Button ..............eemeeneiaacnrneneenenaca reee EEE 40
Dota protection ................. T EEE RKAAKEKEEN ‚ 40
Checking the condition of the batteries or
ACCUMUIGIONS eit reese rene e 4]
Mains and charging Operation rer 41
Operation on on external DC voltage 41
ACTIONS ooo cee eee eee rarer v gente een sees een rec es . 42
Built in aerials - Aerial connection eme 42
User Guide Via the MeOnU ee RE 43
General Operation of the Set ie . 44
Switching on and Off eee 44
Direct entries ..................eeencr De e 44
Indications and error messages ....................em. een... . 44
Display illumination ................—.—...... mien . 45
Tone and volume controls Lecce 45
Waveband selechon cocoon 45
ROM-Table of the Satellit 700 ..............................—_—..—— 46
Selecting frequencies aussen NEE EEK EEE EEE NE 46
ROM Table (reception area USA) .................. een... 46
Selecting the ROM-Table Memory Positions .................. 47
Step by Step into the World of Shortwave Reception .... 48
Station Tuning eurer EEE EEK EEE ‚ 49
1. MANUAIY oe reece seein 49
2. With the numbered buttons ..................e22.-meee 49
3. With the automatic station seorch
button in the FM waveband ccc 50
4. Raster tuning in the AM woavebands .................... Ne... 50
Entering a Meter Band on SW Reception ...................... . 5)
Storing Stations in Memory — Calling UP
Stored Stations — Clearing Stored Stations .................. . 52
Memory configuration ................=eieeie sees eee serene 52
'Whot can you store? ...........e eme. mece een ere 52
The frequency tuned to, is it already stored
Ss A O snesanes 53
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Checking the intended station memory position ........... . 53
Searching free station memory positions ................—.... 53
Initial allocation of station memory positions ............... . 54
Calling up stored stations ..................... eee 54
The C MEMORY SCAN button... 54
Clearing an occupied station memory position ............ . 54
Entering à station abbreviotion ==... 55
Storing a nome for the MEMOFILE ..........e.... een 55
Indicating the name of o MEMOFILE ....................m..—.... 99
Creating a stations memory .....................6iereere en 56
Calling up station memory positions eek 56
Storing alternative frequencies ................... EEE 56
Calling up alternative frequencies mee. 57
Erasing alternative frequencies ..................i..... meme 57
Going To Sleep to Radio eee 57
The Clock o.oo ee 58
Setting the clock (TIME) Looe, 58
Setting the clock (TIME TI) Loci EEE 58
Time indication (TIME I/TIME Il) cocoon 58
Automatic Functions .......................2e==002002000 ie ee, 59
Programming switching times (times 1) recours . 59
Programming switchings times (times 2) ..................—.... 60
Checking switching times (times t/2) .............. mm... 60
Cleoring switch-on times .................-ecemeeeeneeneen enr 60
Automatic switching on ond off es... . 60
Clearing switching tTiIMeS euer EEE EEE 61
Timer recordings acanieor nera rear area ere rrre ener ana ene nanica neon ncorene 61
Automo.ic control of a cassetie recorder ...................... 61
Hint for the Specializad Dealer .....................w.......... 6]
Special Functions in the FM Wavebands ....................... ‚ 62
RDS (Radio Data System) ......................ieee e . 62
Calling up alternative frequencies (AF) ........................ . 62
Special Functions in the AM Wavebands ...................... . 63
Individual tuning of the input circuit corses 63
Bandwidth ............... eeeeeeneree eee e acer Der rennes nee 63
Synchronous demodulator ..................... 2... 63
SSB (Single Side-Band) Reception on SW ...................... 64
MEMOFILES .....................ineeinencie rear recreo nenes 65
Specification ...................—.... eee ina eee 66
Hints — Prescriptions — Ácessories ......................—.—..—... 66
Radio StatioNnS essen TEE EEE EEE 66
Your Satellit at a Glance
© Treble Control +/— ($)
(2) Bass Control +/- (9)
(3) Volume Control +/- (VOLUME)
(4) Battery Compartment (in the back of the set)
— In the battery compartment, at the upper right:
slider switch ACCU/BATT.
(See scheme in the battery comportment).
(5) LC DATA MONITOR (Disploy)
(6) MODE buttons (operating modes)
— A difference is made between “briefly” and “longer
time” when pressing the buttons.
® briefly = pressing o button less than one second;
e longer time = pressing a button longer than one
second.
ON/OFF
— For switching on and off.
To prevent inadvertent operation, the function of this
bution is activated only when pressing it a longer
hime.
Please observe:
The locking switch 48 must not be set to
“LOCKED”, otherwise switching on the set will
be not possible.
FM/RDS-AF
— For switching on the FM (VHF) waveband
(Indication 18).
You will hear the station tuned to last in this
waveband (Last Station Memory).
— For invoking the Alternative Frequencies (AF) which
can be received vio RDS (Radio Dato System) when
this waveband is selected.
AM
— For switching on the AM wavebands (indication (18).
— Further pressures on this button step through the AM
wavebands in the following order:
LW > MW > SW — LW — MW — etc.
— You will hear the station tuned to last in the respective
wavebond (Last Station Memory).
MEMO-AF (Alternative Frequency from stations memo-
ry)
— Pressing button briefly :
Display of the alternative frequencies of one station
memory position.
— Pressing button a longer time :
Automatic stepping through and playing of the olter-
native frequencies of one memory position in a
rhythm of 3 seconds.
MONO /QD (Stereo)
(Indication [13).
— To switch over from stereo to mono reproduction on
FM reception, e.g., when stereo reception 1s noisy or
distorted.
~ On AM reception: Press and hold down this button for
performing the individual input circuit tuning with the
tuning knob á (X PR — SEL in the display [1]).
~~ (indication [2))
— For changing the bandwidth in the AM bands.
- On FM: Indication of the RDS error rate (¥ RDS — Q,
see page 62).
FREE
— Displays the free memory positions in increasing
sequence as offen as you press or as long as you
hold down the button.
(X FREE and the number of the station memory position
appear in the display [1]).
— If all memory positions are occupied, the indication
¥ FULL apears in the display [1].
— Cleors occupied memory positions after presetection
with the buttons 0-9 (press button a longer time ).
— Cleors alternative frequencies after preselection with
the buttons 0-9 (press button briefly).
STORE
— For storing the MEMOFILE nome in the memory.
— For displaying the station memory positions which
are ollocoted to the frequency tuned to (Store Com-
pare).
— Press the button briefly:
Adds an alternative frequency to a station memory
position,
— Press the button a longer time:
For initial storing (frequencies, operating functions,
and nomes), and for overwriting m :mory positions.
SYNCH (synchronous)
— On AM, for switching over to the 100 Hz tuning raster,
and for switching on the synchronous demodulator
(indication [4]). No function on FM (VHF).
{MEMORY SCAN)»
e Press the bution briefly:
To call up occupied memory positions . . .
{ = in the direction of decreasing position numbers,
> = in the direction of increosing position numbers.
In each cose, only the first of 8 possible alternative
frequencies, and in addition the name of the station
memory position will be displayed. For details see
page 54.
- Memory positions which are not occupied are auto-
maticolly skipped.
e Press button a longer time:
Automatic stepping through the memory positions.
— After manual tuning, retrieval of the station position
selected lost.
USB (Upper Side Band):
Upper side band on SSB (Single Side Band) reception
(indication [5]). No function on FM (VHF).
< SEARCH SELECT}
® Press button briefly:
— For starting the automatic station search on FM
(VHF) in the 50 kHz raster.
— Manual tuning on MW and LWin the 9 kHz raster.
- On MW , for switching over to the 10 kHz raster (USA
roster) vía the MENU. (For details, see page 43).
— On SW, for raster scan within a m-bond.
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Your Satellit at a Glance
— Next MENU item.
Next cursor position on STORE/FREE.
Next character position when entering a name.
e Press button o longer time :
- On AM, for storting the automatic raster search (Ras-
ter Scan) in the preselected raster.
- On LW, for starting the automatic raster search in the
9 kHz roster.
- On SW , for starting the automatic raster search:
Raster frequency within the amateur bands: 1 kHz.
Raster frequency within the radio bands: 5 kHz.
LSB (Lower Side Band):
Lower side band on SSB reception (indicotion [3]).
No function on FM.
(7) CALL Buttons
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AUTO (Automatic, indication 18)
To prevent inadvertent operation, the function of this
button is activated only when pressing the button a
longer time.
— For activating the switch-on aad switch-off times 1
ond 2.
- Automatic mode is only possible when at least one
switching time 1s programmed.
SLEEP (Sleep time, indication (1)
To prevent inadvertent operation, the function of this
button is activated only when pressing the button а
longer time.
— For entering a sleep time of up to 60 minutes in steps
of 10 minutes.
TIME I/TIME Il (times of day, indications 21 and 23)
- To select between TIME | and TIME II.
— For setting and calling up the clock times I and II.
А - 7/0 - 9
e For entering station nomes - the first character and
the cursor are aliernately flashing.
— Pressing the button { SEARCH SELECT) moves the
cursor left and right.
— With the tuning knob < TUNING) G3), it is possible to
select the. individual characters. To go lo the next
character, press the € SEARCH SELECT 3 button once
again.
— Terminate the entry ond store it in memory with the
button A - Z/0 —9.
— Pressing the CL button terminates entry without stor-
Ing.
MENU For details, see page 43
— For invoking the menu from radio mode
(MENU) in the display 1).
— For selecting the menu items TIMER 1, TIMER 2,
COPY, LAMP OFF/ON, BEEP OFF/ON, MW 9 kHz/
10 kHz with the button € SEARCH SELECT >.
- For confirming the entries made in the menu with the
MENU button.
When (MENU) is displayed, you can exit the menu
mode with the MENU button (return to radio mode).
If no entries are required (ON 1/2, STATION, OFF
1/2), you can exit the menu also with the CL (Clear)
button.
DIRECT-KEY-INPUT Buttons (direct entries)
0-9and.
— Numbered buttons for oll numeric entries.
— Button CL (Clear) for clearing wrong entries.
FREQUENCY/m-BAND
— For transferring the frequencies entered with the but-
tons 0-9 and. into memory.
— For transferring the SW-m-band entered with the but-
tons 0-9 into memory.
— When holding down this button, the next SW-m bands
are selected one after the other (lower cut-off fre-
quency). |
- For temporarily displaying the SW-m band when the
stations memory position is shown.
MEMORY/FILE
- For calling up station memory positions
(preselection with buttons 0-9).
The first occupied alternative frequency is selected.
- To go to a different memory file.
— For displaying the MEMOFILE name (hold down but-
ton). For details, see page 35.
Flap for Memofile Box
The cover can be opened with a coin (slot in bottom
part of cover)
— Three exchangable memory modules (Memofiles)
can be plugged into the receptacles behind the flap.
For details, see page 65.
Telescopic Aerial
— For FM (VHF) and SW recrotion.
— Can be extended ond positioned for best reception.
AD) Tuning Knob (CTUNING >)
Tuning steps :
— On FM (VHF): 25kHz
- On MW SW and LW: 1kHz
— In the modes SSB and SYNCH : 100 kHz
Switch AGC «= МОС (оп АМ)
AGC (Automotic Gain Control):
Click-stop position for “normal” radio reception.
MGC (Monval Gain Control):
Indication [8].
Phono Sockets (LINE OUT L/R)
L = left-hond channel, R = right-hand channel.
— High-level output for driving an amplifier or for mak-
ing tope recordings.
- For making recordings, see chapter “Automatic
Functions” , page 41.
Headphone Jack (€)
— For headphones with 3.5 mm jack plug and 32-2000 Q
impedance.
When connecting ¢ headphone, the built-in loud-
speaker is avtomatically disconnected.
45 Loudspeaker Jack («1 CD)
— For two external loudspeakers with 3.5 mm jack plug
and 8 Q impedance.
Connecting the external loudspeakers automatically
disconnects the built-in loudspeaker.
Your Satellit at a Glance
(19 Switch Output Jack controlled by relay (LA)
— For controlling external units (e.g., o tape recorder).
(7 Coaxial Socket 5.5 mm 9 — 12 М = (EXT. DC)
- For connecting the mains unit NR 90 supplied with
the set or for connecting to a 12 V external (board)
supply system (— € +).
GB Locking Switch (LOCKED)
combined with temporary illumination (gy we).
In position LOCKED and with the set switched on, all
buttons on the front panel (On/Off switch excluded)
and the {TUNING knob Y á3 are “locked”.
Inodverient misadjustment of the set is thus prevented.
When the set is switched off, it cannot be switched |
on when this switch is set to LOCKED.
- When actuating one of the buttons, the tuning knob
A, or when cHempting to switch on the set, the mes-
sage ¥ LOCKED appears in the display [1].
e To switch on the temporary illumination, press down
the button (position ey ——).
Coaxial Socket DIN 45325 (Y EXT)
— Aerial connection for all wavebands.
@0 Aerial Switch (Y EXT/INT)
INT = Telescopic oerial (à effective. =
On SW reception, an aerial preamplifier is
switched into the aerial circuit.
EXT = External cerial on socket @9 switched on
(indication [6)).
(1) Distant/Local Switch(SENS DX/LOC)
- For optimizing reception quality on AM when receiv-
ing with the telescopic aerial or an external aerial.
On MW ond LW reception, this switch is only effec-
tive when using an external aeriol.
DX = distant reception = normal position
LOC = local = local reception (indication [7]).
Due to the much more better SW propagation condi-
tions during the evening and night hours, there may
occur interferences during this period.
e If this should be the case, switch the receiver to LOC.
- Weak stations, which otherwise would be ” covered”
by the interference noise, now can also distinctly be
received.
@2 Fine Tuning (CLARIFY) on SSB reception.
Securing the Unit
The Satellit con be secured to an appropriate surface. For
this, two threaded holes M 4 are provided in its bose. Only
use screws which are at least 15 mm and max. 19 mm
longer than the thickness of the material to which the Satel-
lit is to be secured. (See Fig.).
Loudspeaker Socket (3
Contact allocation of the plug for two external loudspeak-
ers.
min 15 mm
max 19 mm
SS ad LAA
+
LH channel
RH channel
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Power Supply
Battery or Accumulator Operation
With 4 “HP2” botteries JECLR 20 (olkaline-mangonese bat-
teries) or NiCd accumulators of same size (commercially
avoilable).
® Only use accumulotors with the inscription 1,24 V and
4000 mAh (4 Ah).
e Open the bottery compartment 4 (on the back of the
set).
® Insert the baiteries or accumulators with correct polarily
(see scheme on bottom of battery compartment).
= —
Altention!
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For battery operation, the slider swiich ACCU/BATT. (in
the battery compartment) must be set to BATT.
When balteries ore inserted, never set the switch to
ACCU or leave if in this position (indication 91).
| No responsibility can be occepled for damage due to
wrong operation of the charging unit.
—-— —— re cen — —
e When using Ni Cd accumulators, the switch must be set to
ACCU (indication 157).
Charging Time
With the AC adopter NR90, o charging time of up 10 4 days
will be required, depending on the charging stole of the ac-
cumulators.
Even if the AC odapter NR90 remains permanently con-
nected 10 lhe unit, the inserted accumulators cannot be
overcharged. The adaptor is provided with © sofely circuit
preventing damage to the accumulators.
Hints
If the set cannot be swilched on, or if the frequency indica-
hon only briefly floshes ofier switching on, then the supply
voltoge 1s loo low. If this should be the cose, replace the
complete set of bolteries or rechorge the accumulators.
® Always remove exhausted batteries immediately.
e |Fihe set is not in use for longer periods, remove batteries
even if they are new .
~ No responsibility can be occepted for damoge due to
leaking bolteries.
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| Note on Environmental Protection
| Do not throw exhausted batteries in the household re-
| fuse. Hond over the old batteries to your dealer or a
| public collecting point when buying new ones.
RESET Button
If, due to externo] interferences (coused by static charges of
carpets, thundersiorms, etc.), the control electronics of the
Sotellit 700 should receive wrong information signals, or if
no entries ol oll ore possible, then press the RESET bution.
This is to be found to the left of the MEMOFILE box O).
For pressing the button, it is best lo use a pointed object
(e.g., a needle or boll-point pen).
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By releasing the RESET impulse, the unit is reset to Hs bosic
programming values.
The contenis of the individual station memory positions are
not affected.
However, the contents of the TIME and switching times
memories, sef menu options, and the lost station memory
will be lost.
Data Protection
When 1he set is switched off, o built-in standby bohery
(lithium battery, which is aviomatically recharged when the
unit is ready for operation) protecis the programmed
switch on/off times, the preselected menu options, the last-
stalion-memory, dato, ond the dalo stored in the memory
positions of the unit. This applies also, when no exlernal DC
voltage is connected, or when no batteries are inserted. In
this cose, the clock continues running, but the clock time 1$
not disployed.
Storage of the data is guaranteed for a duration of 1500
hours.
Caution!
Lithium battery.
Danger of explosion in the cose of inexpert handling.
Must only be replaced by an expert technician {as de-
scribed in the repair instructions).
Power Supply
Checking the Condition of the Batteries or
Accumulators
After the set is swilched on when being operated with bat-
teries or accumulators, the indication BATT./ACCU will ap-
pear for opprox. 10 seconds in the disploy 20.
The bor indication obove it shows the condition of the bot-
teries or the charging state of the accumulators.
Maximum BATT./ACCU copocity.
THT
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BATT./ACCU
Minimum BATT./ ACCU capacity.
Change the set of batteries or recharge the accumulators.
BATT. TT JACCU U
Mains and Charging Operation
With the moins unit NR9Q supplied with the set.
® Adjusi the local mains voltage on the mains unit.
220 .. . 240V MO... ‚ 127 \
АС СПЕ NR 90 AC TE NR 90
72... 110... 110
240 V ME] 127 v 240 3 | 127V
6 Connect mains unit to socket EXT.DC 45.
Inserled balteries are outomatically disconnected as
soon as the mains unit ts put into operation.
No responsibility can be accepted for damage due |
to operation with the wrong voliage selected (switch set-
ling).
Remove the batteries if you intend to permanently oper-
ate the set on the mains. |
Operation on an External DC Voltage
Conneci the external DC voltoge (9 - 12 V DC from the
power supply system of o boot, car or comper) with a com-
mercially available cable (with posilive pole inside! to the
socket EXT.DC (7.
| á а
| ternal DC source, then remove the inserted batteries.
If you intend to operate the set permanently from the =
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Aerials
for all wavebanas
Built-in Aerials for Mobile Operation
e The aerial switch 69 must be set to INT. (The indicotion [6]
— Must not appear).
— Telescopic aerial 49 for FM and SW reception.
e When the aerial base is completely pulled out, the tele-
scopic aeriol can be hlted ond rotated into severol lock-
Ing positions.
e For optimum FM reception, do not completely extend the
ceriol (leave 3 elements pushed in) ond swivel it into the
best reception position.
e For SW reception, fully extend the telescopic oerial and
place it vertically.
~ Ferrite rod aerial for MW and LW reception.
e Turn the sel obout its vertical axis to find the best recep-
tion position.
Aerial Connection for Stationary Operation
with an External Aerial
for all wavebands (FM 75 Q/AM 50 Q).
When reception conditions are poor, connect an external
cerial system (eg: a common aerial) to the socket Y EXT (3;
e In this cose, the aerial switch 69 must be set to EXT, (Indi-
cation [6]).
On AM reception, the switch SENS DX/LOC 2) permis to
adjust for optimum reception.
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User Guide Via the Menu
o MENU VAI
On radio operation, invoke the MENU with the button. Use the [gis rocker button to select one after the
other the different menu items (up / down):
TIMER 1 = TIMER 2 - COPY - Display [llumination — Acoustic Acknowledgement ~ MW Raster Frequency.
e Exit the user guide via the menu (back to radio mode) with the MENUI Button when ( MENU) is shown in the display [M].
e When no entries ore required (e.g. ON 1, STATION oder OFF 1), you can immediately return to radio mode with the
button (Clear).
Buttons Display Remarks
MENU <C MENU) Activates the user guide via the menu.
TIMER 1 Invokes TIMER 1.
MENU ONT Enter switch-on hime 1
(see poge 59) and
confirm by proceeding with the
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MENU button.
MENU STATION Seleci station memory (e.g. 12 MEMORY)
and confirm with
MENU button.
MENU OFF 1 Enter switch-off time 1 and
confirm with MENU button.
MENU TIMER] Entry completed.
ENT TIMER 2 Invokes TIMER 2.
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ON2 Some steps os with TIMER 1.
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TIMER 2 Entry completed.
COPY - Invoke COPY function.
COPYX Enter number of MEMOFILE (e. g. 2) from
which o copy is to be mode onto
MEMOFILE 4, and confirm with MENU button,
ЖЖ - - - - Copying in progress.
COPY - Copying completed.
LAMP ON (OFF) Display illumination according
to state {on or off).
LAMP OFF (ON) | Toggling.
BEEP ON (OFF) ‘| Beep tone indication according to stole
(on or oft).
BEEP OFF (ON) | Toggling.
9 kHz (10kHz) MW-raster indication according to state
(9kHz or 10kHz).
TO kHz (9kHZz) Toggling.
< MENU) Exit from the user guide via the menu.
After confirmation with the MENU bulton,
return to radio mode.
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General Operation of the Set
For convenient operation, the set is provided with a stand
(in the back) allowing to bring it in a tilted position.
Hint:
If no time of day is indicated in the display after having
opplied the voltage supply (mains unit, batteries, accus),
then press the RESET button.
| Cause:
| The chorge of the built-in rechargable standby battery
(Lithium battery) does not yet suffice.
If this should be the case, maintain the power supply for
approx. 24 hours.
See olso “RESET Button” on page 40.
Switching On and Off with the ON/OFF
Button
Please observe:
To prevent inadvertent operation of the button, its func-
lion is activoted only when pressing it o longer hime.
The locking switch 4 must not be set to LOCKED. Other-
wise, the set cannot be switched on.
Direct Entries
® Enter all numeric values with the numbered buttons:
Frequencies, station memory positions (programming or
calling up), SW-m-bands, times of doy, and switching
times).
For each entry step, up to 12 seconds ore avoiloble. When
this time has elapsed, you must repeat the complete entry.
In the menu mode, the set switches approx. 30 seconds after
the lost entry automatically to radio mode.
® Confirm the entries with the following buttons:
FREQUENCY/m-Band, STORE, MEMORY/FILE, FREE
and TIME I/ TIME Il.
In the case of wrong entries or misoperation, o comment |
or an error message appears for approx. 2 seconds in
the display [1] after hoving confirmed the entry
(see list below).
In addition, a beep (alarm signal) will sound. The volume
is set by positioning the @) controller. If you wish to switch
off the beep, follow the “User Guide via the Menu” on
page 43.
JIN mn
FF | ой | |
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ГГ MEMOFILE
TUNING i
0123435
ИООННОЧН НИЧ ВИЗИЕ
To immediately correct wrong entries which are not yet con-
firmed, press the clear button CL.
Indications and Error Messages in the Display [1]
Indications (marked by 4)
¥ NO RDS The received station is not broadcasting
RDS signals or the received RDS signols
are to weak.
XRDS-Q An RDS error rate is shown in the display
2d (see special functions, poge 62).
¥ NO AF The received station is broadcasting no al-
ternative frequency(ies), or no alternative
(optional) frequency(ies) is (are) stored in
memory.
X PR - SEL The individual input tuning circuit function
is selected
¥ MEMO — — The actual frequency is already stored in
the stations memory —- — (actual
MEMOFILE).
X NEW The actual frequency is not yet stored in the
octual MEMOFILE.
X FREE - — The selected stations memory position — —
is not occupied.
X FULL — — All positions of the stations memory ore
occupied.
¥NOMEMO — In the selected MEMOFILE nothing 15
stored.
¥ LOCKED The locking switch is set to “LOCKED”.
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Error Messages (marked by XX)
XX FILE The selected MEMOFILE is not fitted into
the unit.
XX TIMER No switching times entered
XX TIME Times of day or switching times not cor-
rectly entered.
XX FREQ Frequency not correctly entered.
XX M-BAND SW-m-band not correctly entered.
XX MEMORY Stations memory position noi correctly en-
tered.
XX ROMTAS With the ROM table selected, the buttons
"EREE” and “STORE” are without func-
tion. |
General Operation of the Set
Display Illumination
On battery operation, the illumination can be switched on
for approx. 10 seconds by pressing the switch 43 (position
7 |
When the set is operated (bution/tuning knob actions), this
lime will be prolonged.
On moins operation, the illumination is permonetly
switched on. |
If you wish to switch off the permonent illumination, then |
follow the “User Guide vía the Menu” on page 43.
During moins operalion and with the illfuminatron perma- |
nenily switched off, the temporory illumination functions (5 |
possible as during bottery operation.
Adjust the Volume and the Tone to Suit Your
Taste with the Buttons... |
O) 8 treble, © © bass. |
Optimum frequency response on FM, MW and LW:
both controls in position "+".
Optimum frequency response on SW: |
treble "+, boss "=".
.. and the VOLUME control (3).
Waveband Selection
When switching on the set with the ON/OFF button, the set AUTO 1 2 | 3
is ready for reception, and the station tuned to last will be
heord.
SLEEP
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FM
Select the FM band (VHF) with the FM/RDS-AF button. TIME
| Free | |sTORE! [sYNCH IM 7118119
AM
Select the AM bonds with the AM button. MEMOR a
Y A-Z
— The first pressure on this button will tune the receiver to SCAN USB 0-9 0 a CL
the station received last in the respective AM band. =
- Repeatedly pressing this button steps through the AM | < SEARCH SB | lr FREQUENCY | | MEMORY
bands in the following order: | SELECT m-BAND FILE
LW — MW — SW — LW-> MW — etc. L
The station tuned to lost in the respective band is heard.
ROM-Table of the Satellit 700
When receiving FM stations which ore normally intended
for the service of relatively small areos, you can assume an
equally good reception qualily over the whole doy. With
some resirichons, this opplies also for LW and MW stations
during local reception (local stations).
Due to physical laws, in the case of SW reception - mostly
used for long distance reception — an equolly good recep-
lion quality over long periods cannot be ochieved. Most of
the radio stations operating in the SW range are broad-
casting their programmes on severol frequencies. By the
use of these aliernotive frequencies on different SW bands,
the different propogation conditions during different times
of day ond seosons are used.
To oHer you the most comforiable use of your GRUNDIG
Satellit 700 receiver also during SW reception, Ihis (s pro-
vided with o ROM table (ROM = READ ONLY MEMORY),
in which 96 frequencies* of 9 radio stations operaling over
the whole world ore permanenily stored. When receiving
such a stalion, the display of the rodio shows the nome of
the station along with the sign of the country and the fre-
quency tuned to (see frequency card and list).
Selecting Frequencies
For the ROM table, frequencies hove been selected which
are tronsmitting in the respective national language, in Eng-
sh, French, ond ponially also in German.
Despile of the careful selection made with the frequencies,
il moy happen when selecting a station that .
a) another station is heard than that shown in the display,
b) only disturbing noise 1s heard.
The first case is due to the multiple use of individual fre-
quencies.
The second case moy have severol couses. For exomple .….
Extended ROM -Table with 10 kHz-MW -tuning raster espe-
cially for the Noth American area
Code Station abbreviation Station
0.13 EUROPE
European stations
Sweden
Greek
Spain
Vatikan
0.14 ORIENT Far East stations
South-Korea
Australia
Taiwan
Peking
0.15 MID EAST Mid East stations
Israel
Egypt
Turkey
United
Arab Emirates
Syria
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— that the selected station is currently not broadcasting an
the frequency tuned to, or ...
— thot the stohon has currently changed the frequency
tuned to with another frequency, or ...
— thot the reception conditions are currently very bad for
this frequency.
If one of the obave coses should happen, il is recom-
mended to call up all alternotive frequencies for the sialion
concerned (wilh the help of the MEMO-AF bution).
For selecting a frequency, we recommend the following
rule of thumb: the brighter the day, the higher the frequen-
су.
For detailed information about the programmes, broad-
casting times, frequencies which might have been
changed, please consult the radio stations concerned.
Addresses can be found on page 66.
With this ROM table, we are sure that you have a means to
hand which will help you to inform you about the actuolly
broadcasiing radio sictions, even if you have no ex
perience in SW reception.
* Especially for the North American are, there are 24 ad-
ditional frequencies of 13 radio siotions stored in the ROM
lable.
To get access 10 this par) of the ROM table, use the menu
em MW 10 kHz.
(See user guide via the menu on page 43).
Hint
In ihe USA, itis usual to use the 10 kHz tuning raster.
Frequencies (kHz)
11705, 15295
9420, 11645
9630, 11880
9605, 11780
95/0, 11715
9580, 17795
5950, 9680
9690, 11715
9435, 11605, 15640
9475
9445
9600, 15435
15095
Selecting the ROM-Table Memory Positions
For selecting stations stored in the ROM-table, you must
enter the code number (siction code) given in the list or in
the frequency cord.
This means that you must olways enler a zero followed by o
dot (e.g.,0 2 1) before the number ond confirm the entry
with the button MEMORY/ FILE .
If you have already selected the ROM table, you may use
the button (MEMORY SCAN) (press briefly} to select
further stations.
Press Y lo go to the next higher station code.
Press € to go to the next lower station code.
When pressing the respeclive button side a longer time, the
stations are selected continuously one after the other. In this
case, only the first of eight possible alternative frequencies
is briefly heard.
Pressing a random button interrupts this station selection
mode.
For each radio stolion, several alternative frequencies are
stored in memory. Use the MEMO -AF button to select these
frequencies.
Each brief pressure on this bution selects the next of the
eight possible frequencies.
When pressing this button a longer lime, the alternative
frequencies are selected continuously one after the other
and briefly played.
Pressing a rondom butlan interrupis this operating mode.
When entering a frequency directly with the numbered but-
lons (also when changing the waveband) or changing ihe
frequency with the tuning knob, the ROM table is not exited
(the indication 23 remains visible).
After having changed the frequency, pressing the bulton
(MEMORY SCAN) returns you to the starhng point of the
ROM table.
Selecting o MEMOFILE (e.g., 1. MEMORY/FILE). exits
the ROM table.
Code Stotion abbreviation Station
0. DW. .... D Deulsche Welle
0.2 DW... .. D Deutsche Welle
0.3 ROE! . AUT Radio Osterreich International
0.4 SRI. . SUI Schweizer Rodio Internahonal
0.5 RNED . HOL Radio Nederland
0.6 RFI... F Rodio France Internationale
0.7 КА!.... | * Radiotelevisione ltaliana
0.8 BBC.WS.G BBC London External Services
0.9 BBC.WS.G BBC London External Services
0.10 RMWS.URS Radio Moskau
ON RMWS.URS Rodio Moskau
0.12 NHK....J Radio Jopon
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Frequencies (kHz)
3995, 6075, 9545, 9735, 11795, 13780, 15270, 15275
19350, 15410, 17845, 17860, 21540, 21560, 21640, 21680
5945, 6155, 9870, 13730, 15410, 19430, 15450, 21490
3985, 6165, 9535, 9885, 11955, 12030, 12035, 15570
5955, 6020, 9860, 9895, 13700, 15560, 17575, 17605
3965, 6175, 7135, 7280, 9790, 11705, 15300, 17620
5990, 6060, 7175, 7275, 7290, 9515, 9575, 9710
3955, 3975, 5975, 6045, 6180, 6195, 7325, 9410
9750, 9760, 9915, 12095, 15070, 17640, 17705, 25750
5905, 6145, 7170, 7390, 7440, 9450, 9685, 9765
11705, 11995, 12040, 13650, 15465, 17635, 17840, 21450
11840, 15195, 17765, 17810, 17825, 17890, 21690, 21700
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Step by Step into the World of Shortwave Reception
\. Insert balteries or connecl the sel to the moins. In doing this, please observe:
Beside the indications given in the examples, no further in-
dications should be visible in the display. The time indica-
tion (TIME 1/11} is without importance in this cose.
2. Pull out the telecopic oerial 46
3. Switch on the set with the ON/OFF bulton ©).
4. Adjust to desired volume with the VOLUME button (3).
For your first experience with SW reception, proceed step
by step as follows.
On which frequency you then can receive, for example,
BBC London, depends on the hme of day.
Select “your” frequency (ies) out of the 16 preprogrammed
frequencies.
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Tuning to Stations Manually or with the numbered buttons
1. Manual Tuning |
e Swilch on the set with the ON/OFF buHon. CNDFF AUTO 2 3 |
e Select the desired woveband as described under | ;
Waveband Selection. MEMO
AF
SLEEP 4 5 6
e Tune lo the desired stotion with ihe notched luning
knob CTUNING) O. | ;
Eoch notch of the tuning knob olters the tuning fre- FREE | |STORE| [SYNCH ден
quency by 1 kHz in the case of AM reception (LW, MW,
SW], by 100kHz in the cose of SSB operation and
switch position “SYNCH”, and by 25kHz on FM (VHF) | | CYGERY >| | use ur О. СЫ)
reception.
SEARCH FREQUENCY | | MEMORY
< SELECT al TEE m-BAND FILE | |
The display shows the frequency tuned to in kHz on
AM, in MHz on FM (VHF), ond indicates HA in the
case of monval tuning. Maximum deflection of the bar
indication (TUNING) in the display ot the bottom left
signals optimum tuning.
Afier the frequency entry, the waveband is selected auto-
matically.
2.Tuning with the Numeric Buttons NE o - ET |
(Direc frequency entry) | ROS-AF| | AM AUTO | | 3 |
For this, the frequency of the station lo be tuned to must == E - |
be known. MEMO| [MONO| | 11818
The frequencies can be found in radio station tables or | AF a da | 4 5 y 6
radio programme guides. —— |
In this case, you need not preselect the required | TIME Ley | 8
woveband. | ee EC inl 7 (SF |
On SW, you can also enter a meter band. | Ee
You can enter the desired frequency either in MHz or CA? USB fe o
kHz. Confirm the entries with the button FREQUENCY/
m-Band.
On FM: MHz indication. AE LSB MENU
On AM: kHz indication. | SE == |
Examples:
desired frequency entry sequence
100. 100 MHz 100.) FREQUENCY/m-BAND
100. 100 MHz 100100 FREQUENCY/m-BAND
99.000 MHz 99.0 FREQUENCY/m-BAND
99.000 MHz 99. FREQUENCY/m-BAND
88.200 MHz 88.2 FREQUENCY/m-BAND
7000 kHz 7000 FREQUENCY/m-BAND
7000 kHz 7. FREQUENCY/m-BAND
600 kHz 600 FREQUENCY/m-BAND
600 kHz 6 FREQUENCY/m-BAND
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Tuning to Stations with the station search in the FM or AM wavebands
3. Tuning to a Station in the FM Band with
the Station Search Rocker Button
e Select the FM waveband.
You will hear the station tuned to lost in this waveband.
® Stort the station search with
< SEARCH SELECT).
{ = the search starts towards lower frequencies.
> = the search starts Jowards higher frequencies.
The station search operates in the 50 kHz raster.
The disploy 11 will show AS (Aulo-Search).
When the outomalic station seorch has found a station
with a signal strength sufficient for good reception, if
slops.
Wh can be restarted with the SEARCH SELECT 5 bution.
If the found siotion is an RDS station, the stolion name
will be displayed after a few moments (see “Special
Functions in the FM Wavebands”, page 62).
In addition, the indication HA (manual tuning) ap-
pears 1n the disploy ¿1 , and the station con be heard.
the rocker button
4. Raster Station Search in the AM Band
(Frequency Scanning)
MW (9kHz and 10kHz, respeclively) and LW
By briefly pressing the bulton { SEARCH SELECT), o
frequency already tuned to will be increased or de-
creased by one raster step. lf a frequency lying outside
of the frequency roster was selected before pressing Ihe
{SEARCH SELECT) button, the receiver will automoti-
colly tune to the next raster frequency in the selected di-
rechion.
Longer pressure on the bution (opprox. 1 s) will start the
raster search (frequency scanning) in the selected direc-
tion. In this mode, the search will hold for approx. 1 sec-
ond oneach roster frequency and switch 10 radio play.
Pressing any button or turning the tuning knob @ will
end this seorch mode.
SW
Briefly pressing the button {( SEARCH SELECT) selects
the next roster frequency (5 kHz) within a m-band.
< = lo lower frequency.
> = to higher frequency.
Longer pressure on the button starts the frequency scan-
ning mode in 5 kHz steps within the selected m-band. In
the amateur bands, the raster frequency 15 1 kHz. When
the band end is reached, scanning restarts ot the begin-
ning of the same band. Pressing ony bution or turning
the tuning knob 11) ends this operating mode.
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Entering a Meter Band
Entering a m-Band on SW
Entered numbers below 100 with subsequent confirmation
by the FREQUENCY/m-BAND button will be interpreted as
wavelength (n meters for SW.
When the eniry is correct, the set will tune to a frequency
next to the centre of the bond in the case of radio bands,
and to the beginning of the respective SW band in the cose
of amateur bands.
See table below.
li is possible to enter the following meter bands:
10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 25, 30, 31, 40, 41, 49, 60, 75,
80, 90.
49 QUE BAND — 6075 kHz
(= Deutsche Welle).
Indication of the actual meter bond on SW
e With direct band entry or in the SW-Raster-Scan mode
(within a meter band):
The selected band is permonently indicated.
e With direct frequency eniry or monual tuning
If the frequency tuned io lies in one of the above given
meter bands, it will be permanently indicated in the
display; if not, the disploy will show HA.
e When calling vp 6 station memory position, the station
number indication will be given priority.
You con let briefly display the SW-m-bond by pressing
the FREQUENCY/m-BAND bullon.
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TIME
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| Lower Cut-Off Radio Station*
Band (m) frequency (kHz) or Band Centre
90-m-tropic 3200 3300
80-m-amateur 3500
75-m-radio 3900 3955 (BBC)
60-m-tropic 4750 4905 (Nairobi)
49-m-radio 5950 6075 (DW)
40-m-amateur 7000
41-m-radio 7100 7220 (Budapest)
31-m-radio 9500 9635 (BBC/Monaco)
30-m-omoieur 10100
25-m-radio 11650 11845 (BBC)
22-m-radio 13600 13700
20-m-amateur 14000
19-m-radio 15100 15320
16-m-rodio _ 17550 17705 (BBC)
17-m-amateur 18065
15-m-omoleur 21000
13-m-radio 21450 21690 (DW)
12-m-omoteur 24890
lt-m-radio 25650 25820 (France)
10-m-amateur 28000
* Not all radio stations ore tronsmitting broodcasts oll day
ond night long, and during oll seasons. For this reason,
please observe the different transmitling times.
5)
Storing Stations General
Memory Configuration
With the slondard version of the Satellit 700 equipped with
one MEMOFILE, up lo ó4 stalion memory positions with 8
alternative frequencies each (= 512 olternative frequencies)
con be programmed in random order ~ also mixed out of
the 4 wavebonds FM - MW - LW — SW.
In the Memotile box (9) , three receptocles for plugging in
further MEMOFILE modules for 64 x 8 = 512 frequencies
each are provided.
Thus, when fully equipped, 4 x 64 x 8 = 2048 olternotive fre-
quencies are availble.
However, the description in the following chapters is con-
fined to the standard version of the Satellit. How lo use the
additional Memofiles is described on page 65.
What can You Store?
Each stotion you are currently listening lo can be stored in
memory.
The associated operoting modes (mono/stereo, AM
bandwidth, LSB/USB, Synch) ore ocutomatically stored
along with the stations.
On each station memory position, you can store in oddition
an alphanumeric obbreviation (e.g., name, collective term,
or something like that) of up ta 8 positions — even at a later
date.
When receiving an RDS station on the FM bond, the station
name is outomahcolly disployed and transferred into the
respective station memory position when storing this station
the first time.
| MEMOFILE - Name |
Alternative frequencies
MEMORY Station memory
1 name
Frequency
F1 F2
F3
Fa FS F6 F7 F8
MEMORY
2
MEMORY
3
MEMORY
64
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Sto ri ng Stati ONS Preparations
The frequency tuned to, is it already stored
in memory?
e Before storing a station, you can check whether it 1s al-
ready stored in the oclval MEMOFILE by briefly pressing
the button STORE (Store Compare).
If the stotion is already stored, the slohon number (e.g,
¥ MEMO 12) will appear in the display.
e By holding down the bullon, you can check whether the
stalion is already stored several times and — if so — an
which station positions.
If the station is not yet stored, the display will show x NEW
Because of the large capacily of the memory, this indication
appears only after approx. 1 second.
The store compare function 1s only executed in the currently
active MEMOFILE.
Checking the Intended Station Memory Position
To ovoid thal on already slored station be accidenially
erased, you can select if for a check before storing the new
station. When doing this, the station intended for storing is
temporarily stored in the manuol luning memory (HA in the
display):
e Enter the number of the siotion memory position with 1he
numbered buttons.
® Press bution MEMORY /FILE
if the memory position is free, the display will show
€ FREE; if c station is already programmed, the display
will show Ihe frequency of this station.
During this function, the station tuned to last in the repec-
tive waveband remains always temporarily slored on the
numbered button “0”.
Before you can retrieve this station, it may thus be neces-
sary to first select the respective waveband by pressing
the AM button several times or switching lo FM . Then re-
trieve the station by pressing the numbered bution “0”
ond then the button MEMORY/FILE, and search another
station memory position.
Searching Free Station Memory Positions
The bution FREE offers a further possibility of searching
free memory positions. As long as you are pressing down
the FREE buNon, the numbers of the free memory positions
are shown one ofter the other beside the indication X FREE
in the disploy. If all memory positions are olready oc-
cupied, the display will show X FULL.
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Storing and Calling Up Stations Clearing a station position
Initial Memory Allocation
(In this cose, the whole stations memory is overwritten):
e Enter the number of the memory position with the num-
bered bultons.
® Press bullon STORE a longer time.
As confirmation, the display 1] will briefly show
¥ MEMO and the number of the selected memory posi-
ton, The stored siation is still heard.
An entered nome or decoded name of an RDS siation —
also visible in the disploy — is stored along with the rodio
station.
Calling Up Stored Stations
e Enter the number of the desired memory position with the
numbered bultons.
e Press the builon MEMORY/ FILE.
— If the selected memory position is not occupied by a sta-
tion, the display will show ¥ FREE for approx. 3 seconds.
The stalion tuned to before will further be heard.
When calling up stored slations with the numbered buttons,
the unit aulomaticolly selects the correct wavebond
(Intermix function).
The unit alwoys selects the first occupied alternative fre-
quency memory position.
Button { MEMORY SCAN)
With this button, you con call up occupied station memory
positions one after the other:
< = indirection of descending memory position numbers.
2 = indirection of ascendig memory position numbers.
The unit calls up the next possible memory position, In the
display appears the first occupied alternative frequency
position and the siotion name, provided this has been en-
tered or is received via the RDS system.
Memory positions which are not occupied are automalical-
ly skipped.
Longer pressing the button (approx. 1 s) starts the memory
search in the desired direction. In this case, each stored sta-
tion will briefly be played and the nome displayed {if it is
olso stored).
Pressing any bullon or lurning the luaing knob 45 will end
thes function.
Clearing an Occupied Memory Position
e Enter the number of the desired memory postion with the
numbered buttons.
® Press button FREE a longer time.
The display will show ¥ FREE and the number of the mem-
ory posdion (stalion number).
In doing this, the complete stations memory is cleared.
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Storing Stations Adding abbreviations
Entering Abbreviations
(e.g., stalion name)
On each station memory position (1 — 64 with the standard
version of the Satellit), you can programme a nome for the
station (8 positions max.) along with the station frequency,
for example, WARSAW, HELSINKI, BUDAPEST, etc., which is
then shown in the display 1 |. This can be done when storing
ihe frequency, or at a later date.
e The entry is inilialized with the buiton A-Z/0-9.
The station tuned lo will further be heard and a cursor
will flash at the left in the display [1].
e By turning the tuning knob ii, you can select a letter
(A-Z), a figure (0-9), and several special characters.
A blank can be found between A and 9 (cursor charoe-
ter).
6 Foch pressure on the buiton SEARCH SELECT) moves
the cursor one position to the right for entering the nexl
position (lo the left with the button € SEARCH SELECT).
e After having entered the last position, again press the
bution A-Z/0-9. The cursor will disappear and the entry
is ollocated to the station memory position.
e When pressing the A-Z/0—9 bution once more, the cur-
sor will appear again on the left side, thus allowing cor-
rection of wrong entries.
When quitting the entry mode (e.g., by selecting another
function), the entries made up to this point are automati-
cally stored into memory,
Quitt ng the entry mode with the CL button:
The entry made 1s not stored in memory.
Storing a Name for the MEMOFILE
(In the example, the nome EUROPE 1s to be allocoled the
MEMOFILE 1
e The siation tuned io musl not be an RDS station (nothing
in the display [1]). Itis therefore recommended io perform
this storage allocation in one of the AM bonds.
e Press the button À - Z/0 = 9 — the cursor flashes at the left
in the display 1.
e You can select a letter (A — Z) or a figure (0 — 9) with the
tuning knob 11. A blank can be found belween A and 9.
e Press the button SEARCH SELECT) lo move the cursor
one position to the right for entering the nex) position.
e After hoving entered the lost position, again press the
buHon À — Z/0 — 9 — the cursor disoppeors.
e Now press the buttons 1 . ond then the button STORE.
The entered name is siored in memory.
Displaying the Name of a MEMOFILE
e No entered number must be shown in the display is, as
this would be interpreted os a siahon call-up.
® Press the button MEMORY FILE a longer time.
As long as you press and hold this button, the name of the
current MEMOFILE — EUROPE in our exomple — will be
disployed.
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Storing and Calling Up Stations storing alternative frequencies
Creating a Stations Memory
(see also under “Initial memory allocation”)
e Tune lo the desired radio station.
e Select the desired station memory position with the num-
bered buttons (e.g., 42).
e Press the button STORE a longer time.
e The old contents of the memory position are cleored and
the first frequency memory posihon 1s allocated Ihe fre-
quency luned to, and — if o nome is displayed - his
nome.
Calling Up a Station Memory Position
e Select the desired station memory position with the num-
bered butions.
6 Press the buiton MEMORY FILE.
The first possible alternotive frequency will always be
selected.
Storing Alternative Frequencies in Memory
® Tuning to alternative frequencies
— with RDS stations with the button FM/RDS-AF
— with AM ond non-RDS stations by hand.
® Selecl the desired station memory position with the num-
bered bultons (e.g. 5).
® Briefly press the button STORE.
— You can olso press the FREE bulton insiead of the
STORE button in this case, as the real function (store/
clear) will be selected later.
The display 1 will show, for example:
X x =m Ж М -~ == -= | The cursor position is flashing.
In our example, the display shows that ihe frequency mem-
ory positions F 2, F 4, and F 5 ore allocoted. The frequency
you wish to slore in memory 1s still to be heard. However,
shown is the frequency marked by the cursor, or the indica-
tion "——————” when the selected frequency memory posi-
tion is free (indication (16).
Use the bution (SEARCH SELECT) to move the cursor to an
appropriate (free) frequency memory position.
When now pressing the STORE bution, the frequency tuned
to is stored in memory and the selected frequency memory
position becomes the actual position.
e Press the CL bution 10 end this function.
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Storing and Calling Up Stations Calling up/ clearing alternative frequencies
Calling Up Alternative Frequencies
For this, il is ossumed that you have already selected a sta-
поп memory position,
e Pressing the MEMO-AF bulton displays the alternative
frequencies of one slotion memory position one ofter the
olher in one direction.
First, the display shows the name of the respective station
memory position, and a few moments later the station
name broadcasted by the RDS station when such a sto-
tion is received. Free frequency memory positions are
skipped. lf only one frequency position of o stalion mem-
ory position is ollocoted to o frequency, the message
¥NO AF appears.
e When you press and hold the MEMO-AF buiton a longer
time, each available alternative frequency will be played
for 3 seconds, until you concel ihis function by pressing
any button.
Example
Seleciing the third allocated oliernalive frequency memory
position (F 7 in our example) of 0 station memory position
with the following internal structure (display [17):
—
| Name -- F2 -- -- -- F6 F/ FB
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The indication “ -——” means “free”.
When calling up the station memory position, F 2 will be
played first.
® Press buHon MEMO-AF - F 6 is playing.
e Press bution MEMO-AF — F 7 15 ploying.
© Press buiton MEMO-AF — F 8 is playing.
e Press buiton MEMO-AF — F 2 is playing, etc.
Going to Sleep to Radio
The SLEEP buiton permils io programme o playing hime
(“sleep time”) of up to 60 minutes.
® Repeatedly pressing the SLEEP button increases the play-
ing time in 10-mmutes steps up to 60 minutes mox.
Indication: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 0, 10, 20 etc.
e Longer pressing ihe SLEEP button automatically in-
creoses the ploying lime in steps of 10 minutes.
— The display 17 shows SLEEP, and the display 23) shows the
currently entered playing time.
— When the programmed sleep time has elapsed, the radio
swilches off automaticolly, and the indication SLEEP dis-
appears.
Checking the playing (sleep) time:
® Briefly press the button SLEEP.
The display 21 shows the time remaining till the automatic
switch-off.
Premature erasure of the switch-on time:
e Switch the unit of-with the ON/OFF bulton.
Clearing Alternative Frequencies
® Proceed in the some way as for storing, but enter FREE in-
stead of STORE. It does not moîter with which button
(STORE or FREE) the menu hos been invoked. Both func-
tions are always possible.
Example
You wish to clear lhe fourih allocaled alternalive frequency
position (F 8) of ihe station memory position “5° :
e Press the numbered button “5” ond then briefly press the
button FREE or STORE.
® Use the button < SEARCH SELECT 3 to move the cursor lo
“FB8“.
e Press button FREE to complete clearing.
The selecied ollernalive frequency is cleared.
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The Clock
e The period of approx. 12 seconds available for eoch
entry applies also for the clock.
e You can enter times no mater whether the unit is switched
on or off.
e Times of day and swiiching limes can be entered in.sev-
eral diferent woys.
Examples:
Time of day Entry sequence
Ist example: 6.30 hours 630
0630
6.30
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1500
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3rd example: 0.15 hours 15
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Setting the Clock
(TIME rise of Doy |) with the help of a reference clock.
Example TIME 1: 6.30 hours:
® The display 22 must show TIME | .
e Enter the time with the numbered buttons.
e Press and hold down button TIME I/H uniil the reference
clock changes from 6.29 59 to 6.30.00.
— When releasing the bution TIME I/II, the clock starts run-
ning lo the second and the colon belween the hours and
seconds indication is floshing.
The set time is now shown in the display 21; .
Setting the Clock
(TIME 11/ Time of Day II) with the help of a reference clock.
For programming TIME [I/Time of day II ll, proceed in the
same woy, with the only y difference that he display 22 must
show TIME II,
As the seconds of time || are running synchronously with the
seconds of time |, you need not wait fill the minutes change
in this case.
Time Indication TIME I/II
® You can swilch over (toggle) between the hwo times by re-
peotedly pressing the button TIME 1/11 (without entering
a number).
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You con enter lwo independent switch-on and switch-off | =
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Each switch-on lime can be allocated to a different station.
You can, for example, let automatically switch on your fovo-
rite station by the switch-on time 1. ME "a pr SLEEP
If there is another programme (eg: latest news) brood-
costed on the same station or on another waveband that
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when both switching times ore programmed and overlap
each other, then:
~ Switch-on limes always have priority over switch-off times.
— The second switching limes have prionly over lhe first
switching times.
Already programmed stations are not affecied by time pro-
gramning.
The switching times refer 10 the times (TIME | or TIME 1)
shown in the display.
An example for beter undersionding:
You have programmed the local time (eg: MEZ or MESZ)
as TIME |.
TIME Il stands for a second time zone (eg: Universal Time/
UTC).
You have programmed 14.00 hours as swilch-on time ond
switched the radio to "AUTO".
If now the display shows TIME |, the set will be swilched on
о! 14.00 Hours local time.
If the display shows TIME II , the sel will be swilched on al
14.00 hours of the second time zone.
Programming Switching Times 7 и í ES |
Switching Times 1 | {1 \ | Exe |
e Switch on the sel. | | Se | MEMORLE - |
e Select the menu item TIMER 1 according to the "User | EEE | e [il 4
Guide via the MENU” (page 43) and aclivale the func- TUNING | RDS
tion by pressing the MENU bution. ПОТ 2 3 4 5 и 20 MEMORY
- The display 7] shows ON 1. ini FELL 2
The disploy 16 shows — <: - — if no lime hos olreody been = ——— E o
entered, or the switche-on time entered last. ;
® In the second case, simply “overwrite” the existing entry. |
e Enter the desired switch-on time wilh the buHons 0 —- 9/. | Im + Г | TO AN TE ==
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and confirm with the MENU buiton.
— The display [1 shows STATION. OMAR HIE
e Select the desired station with ithe button (MEMORY GLa =| Miele
SCAN) or wilh the buttons 0 — 97. and MEMORY/FILE, TUNING RDS
and enter an alternative frequency — if desired — with the | O ar ee IR Dd Е Г Г МНЕ MEMORY
bulton MEMO-AF ИН SM D LILA -
® Confirm the eniry with the MENU button. E e a LY Tra
— The display 1! shows OFF 1.
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® Enler the desired switch-off time with the bution 0 — 9/. | LI I |
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— The switching times for TIMER 1 now are stored in memo-
ry and the menu item TIMER 1 is shown again.
You hear the station tuned fo lost.
® Now you can select the second menu item { TIMER 2) with
ihe bullon {SEARCH SELECT) , or check the TIMER 1 set-
tings by repeatedly pressing the MENU button.
Switching Times 2
e Switch on the sel.
® Select the menu Hem TIMER 2.
® Continue as for the switching times 1.
Checking the Switching Times
® Repeoledly pressing the MENU button with the menu item
TIMER 1 or TIMER 2 selected, will show one after the
other Ihe swilch-on time, the station, and the switch-off
hime
Clearing Switch-On Times
This function can be used, for example, if you wish to
“lock” one of the hwo switch-on times.
To do this, simply enter no switch-on lime or clear an exist-
ing entry with the CL buhon (ofter selection of ON 1 and
ON 2, respectively).
The display 16 will show — — 1 ~ =
e Switch back to radio apelan by pressing the MENU
bution with the {MENU item selected.
The selected station number [memory position) and the
programmed switch-off time ore conserved.
Automatic Switching On and Off
— The automatic funclions can be swilched on ond off with
the AUTO bulton.
— So that the automatic functions are executed, AUTO must
be shown in the display [19] .
— The switching times must be programmed.
~ The set must be uned to the desired station and sel to the
required volume level. Then:
e Press the AUTO buitan.
The set 1s swilched off and the following indications are
shown:
Time of doy (display 21)
TIME 1 or TIME 2 (display 22)
AUTO (display 19)
Swilch-on time (display 16)
e |f not al least one swilch-on time hos been entered, a
comment along with the error message ¥¥ TIMER will be
displayed when pressing the AUTO button.
e Of course you now con switch on and off the set with the
ON/OFF bution to listen to the radio independenily of
the programmed switching times.
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e |f lwo switching times are programmed, the display 16;
will show the next switch-on time.
When the preceding switching time has elopsed, the dis-
play is switched 16 the next switch-on time.
At the programmed times, the set is outomaticolly switched
on and off.
Clearing the Switching Times
To do this, press the AUTO buiton until the indication AUTO
disappears from the display [is
Timer Recordings
If you have a cassette recorder wilh start/stop remote con-
trol facility, you can record radio programmes belween the
progrommed switching times.
To do this:
e Connecithe output switch jack [7] ás with the switch [ack
of the casselte recorder.
Technical details are given to the right.
Automatic Control of a Cassette Recorder
With the timer built into your Satell 700, it is possible 10 au-
tomaticolly siarl and stop a cassette recorder which is
equipped with a positive or negative control logic circuit.
For this, you will require a special connecting lead.
Please consult your specialized deoler.
For stereo recordings, connec) both LINE OUT sockets 63
of the Salellit 700 with the LINE IN sockets of the cassette
recorder, observing correct channel allocation.
For mono recordings, the connection of one LINE OUT
socket 43 of Ihe Satellit with the LINE IN socket of the cas-
sete recorder will suffice.
For recording stereo broadcast in this cose, switch the
Satellit to MONO mode (MONO button (6)).
e Switch the cassette recorder to recording-start.
When the Satellit is automatically swiiched on, the cas-
selte recorder is storted too and records the progromme
of the station tuned to.
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In the automatic mode, the switching voltage delivered by
the cassetie recorder (mox. 30 V 500 mA) is changed as fol-
lows :
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: Control logie::
Satellit switched on : |
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Control logic:
SAT 700
The switching circuit for controlling the cassette recorder
operates "potential-free” (relay control).
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Special Functions on FM
RDS (Radio Data System)
RDS 15 o digital information system, the signals of which are
broadcasted together with the EM radio programme.
Your unit is equipped for operation with this information
system. Il evoluates the codes for programme identification
(PI), Programme service [PS!, and the alternative frequen-
cies (AF).
This permits to indicate the name of the stations chain and
to compare the signal strength of different stations broad-
casting the same programme.
So that the rodio can decode the RDS signals, the reception
quality must be sufficiently good. This applies especially
for operation with the telescopic aerial.
This means that the reading on the TUNING meter 20 must
show its full deflection when receiving an RDS siation. A
turther condition is the appearance of the RDS symbol in
the display 12.
When these two conditions are met, Ihe name of lhe sla-
tions chain will be shown for approx. 10 seconds. If this is
not the case, decoding of the RDS signals is probably dis-
turbed by multiple reception (reflections).
In most cases, this is not shown by a changing field strength
indication on the TUNING meter 20. However, the indica-
hon of the RDS symbol in the display 12 may be unstiable in
this case. This is known under the special phrose
too great RDS error rate.
By the special function RDS - Q (= RDS qualily),
indication in the display (57: ¥ RDS — Q,
the TUNING (fieldstrength}indicotion 20 is switched over to
the RDS error rate indication.
Calling Up Alternative Frequencies (AF)
If the RDS symbol appears in the display 12 and the name
ot the stations chain (stations broadcasting the same pro-
gramme] is shown, then il is possible to call up the alterna-
tive frequencies of the stations chain.
This is done by pressing the bulton FM/RDS-AF During this
function, the indication AF 11 appears in the display (5).
When the frequencies are called vp, the unit checks their
field strength.
If the found field strength suffices for RDS reception, calling
up of the frequencies 1s stopped. The found frequency is
shown and the muting function which has been swilched on
ot the beginning of the checking function is swilched off
again.
If no alternative frequency with sufficient field strength is
found, the uni) lunes again lo the initial frequency.
Hint
Shortly pressing the buiton FM/RDS-AF =
the alternative frequencies are shown in the direction of in-
creasing frequencies.
Longer pressing the button FM/RDS-AF =
the alternative frequencies are shown in the direction of de-
creasing frequencies
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If all 16 segments of this display ore visible, this means an
error rote of 0 % . The illuminitation of 8 segments thus
means an error rate of 50 %.
To switch on this function, permanently press and hold the
button ~~~. (bandwidth).
If the name of the slations chain does not appear within the
lime slated above, then press and hold pressed the
bondwidlh bullon and simultaneously rotate and tilt the
telescopic aerial lo minimize the RDS error rate. This means
that the display 20 must show as many segmenis as possi-
ble.
Especially when opurateo in o building, the location of the
unit can be essential for good RDS reception.
If required, try to operate the unit ot different locations until
you obiain good RDS reception.
Please note:
Indication of the RDS error rate is only possible togelher
with the indication of the RDS symbol 12 .
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Special Functions on AM
Individual Input Circuit Tuning
Holding pressed down the MONO buon and turning the
tuning knob 17, permits an individual irimming of the input
circuit selectivity (indication * PR-SEL).
In doing this, you can essenhally reduce the effecis of inler-
fenng stohons. To return to the initial position (automatic
input circuit tuning), turn the tuning knob one step upwards
or downwards with the MONO button nol pressed down.
Bandwidth
With the bullion ~7~\, the bandwidth can be changed in the
wavebands LW, MW and SW. The disploy will show:
m = narrow (~ + 1.9kHz)
In this position, it is possible to separale even two
closely adjacent siotions
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Synchronous Demodulator
If the “narrow” bandwidth selling does not suffice 10 sepo-
rote two closely adjacent stotions, there shill remains the
possibility to optimize station tuning by meons of the syn-
chronous demodulator.
When tuning to the individual stations with the < TUNING >
knob 11 ond with the Synch-function selected, please ob-
serve the following:
When you approach a frequency when tuning in the direc-
lion of increasing frequencies, the unit will tune first lo the
lower and then to the upper sideband and show these in the
display.
This 1s correspondingly opposed when luning in the direc-
hon of decreasing frequencies.
Please see the slylistic representation of the transmitter site
with possible interferences.
The Synch Function
After having pressed lhe SYNCH bution, the display will
show SYNCH (indicotion 4) and USB (indication 5°).
The tuning sleps of the tuning knob 4y (TUNING ) are
switched from 1 kHz to 100 Hz.
With this function, you have the possibility lo tune the de-
sired siotion “away” from ihe interfering station, and thus
distincily reducing the interfering effect.
You will find the “undistorted sidebond” by turming the tun-
ing knob < TUNING) (>.
The Synch function is effective as long os the indications
SYNCH and USB (indication 5’) or LSB (indication [31} are
shown in the display.
So thal the synch fundlion con be correctly performed, it is
essentiol that the unit has been correctly tuned lo the de-
sired frequency before switching on the Synch function
(max. TUNING indication).
Example: The frequency 6085 kHz is distorted by the adja-
cent station operating with a frequency of 6090 kHz.
In this case, you should select the lower side bond (LSB) of
the frequency 6085 kHz.
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TUNING
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/ 7 =wide (~ + 3.4kHz)
In this position, the bandwidih is increosed to im-
prove the sound qualily when receiving sironger
stations.
The settings are automatically stored into the memory,
To do this, proceed os follows:
Turn the tuning knob {TUNING > ii, in the direction of
lower frequencies — the indicalion changes from SYNCH
with USB to SYNCH with LSB.
Now furn the tuning knob further in ihe some direction until
the interfering station is sufficiently suppressed ond the in-
dicalions SYNCH with LSB remain visible.
2
= Carrier
CL
Lower sideband Upper sideband Lower sideband of
(LSB) (USA) adjacent station
=
Imerterence Frequency
—
Tuning to the undistorted sideband
(LSB in the example) in the SYNCH position,
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Single Side Band (SSB) Reception on SW
.. . is an additional function to normal radio reception.
® Switch on your set and tune to a SW amateur band (SSB
stations are mainly broodcasted on these bands).
e Reduce ihe bass tones 9 with the bass control @) .
e Slowly scan the bond step by step for SSB stations with
the tuning knob (TUNING > ay.
When doing this, please consider that the carrier 1s sup-
pressed on SSB broadcasts.
For this reason, reception is only possible when the trans-
mitier is octually operating (mostly broodcasting speech).
During pauses, tuning is not possible.
The TUNING indicator 20 is of greot help when searching
SSB stations.
You will notice that the TUNING indication deflects in the
rhythm of the speech (modulation) broadcasted by the SSB
stations.
e As soon as you have found a station (the speech will still
be unintelligible), swilch to SSB recepiion using button
LSB (usually for frequencies below 10 MHz) or butlon
USB (usually for frequencies above 10MHz).
® Slowly turn the { TUNING) knob iii to find the point of
best intelligibility.
If the intelligibility cannot be improved with the TUNING
knob, then select the other side band.
e Turn the control AGC Lex MGC 12 to MGC (indicalion
MGC |) ond slowy turn further uniil ihe station which
was muted before con be heard again.
The best seHing 15 reached, when the tuning indication 20
deflects in the centre part of its range when oa modulated
signal (speech) is received.
Use both the MGC control and the volume control for od-
justing the volume.
e In the case of sirong stotions, in the evening, or when in-
lerferences should occur, set the local/distant swiich
SENS DX/LOC 2 to LOC.
e Turn the knurled wheel CLARIFY 4% slowly up (+) or down
(-} 10 improve the intelligibility.
Even more than normal SW reception, SSB reception may
be aHected by the following foctors:
— Location of reception (shading through buildings)
— Reception conditions (oimosphere)
— Aerial (ideal is 6 speciol SW oerial).
( . IN .
| If you wish to lerminote reception of SS8 stations, do noi |
forget to swilch back to normal AM radio reception in
the following way:
e Press the bulton LSB or USB once again and set the |
control AGC _« MGC 13 to its locking position
AGC. The indication MGC|s disappeors.
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MEMOFILES
You have the possibility to increase the memory capocily of
your Soiellit 700 by 512 memory positions per MEMOFILE
IC (max. 2048).
The sockets for inserting 3 MEMOFILES ore lo be found be-
hind the trap 3). Technical dota for the MEMOFILE Add-on
see accompanying dota sheel.
1. Fitting a MEMOFILE IC
Ensure that the MEMOFILE IC be inserted with correct
polarity.
For this, a mark is provided on the right side below the IC
socket which identifies PIN 1 of the socket.
The MEMOFILE IC must be inserted so that the mark for
PIN 1 on the MEMOFILE IC coincides with the mark
below ihe IC sockei. Before inserting ihe MEMOFILE,
please make sure that no pins of the IC are bent.
Now carefully press the MEMOFILE IC into the respec-
tive socket.
When doing this, also observe the numbering of the IC
sockets.
This is of impertance when laler “coling up“ the respec-
tive MEMOFILES.
2. Removing a MEMOFILE IC
Use the enclosed “pliers” for removing o MEMOFILE IC.
The pliers con be found ot the right in the MEMOFILE box
where they are used in addition Io secure Ihe cover of the
MEMOFILE box.
3. Calling up a MEMOFILE
The respective MEMOFILE is called up by entering the re-
spective number (1 10 4), by entering a dot, and by press-
ing the button MEMORY/ FILE.
Exomple:
You have filted the odditional MEMOFILES 2 and 4
(MEMOFILE 1 is stondard equipment). You con also allo-
cate a name lo the MEMOFILES. For this, see the hints on
роде 55.
If you coll up a MEMOFILE position which is not oc-
cupied, the error messoge X* FILE will appear.
4. Copying a MEMOFILE
The plug-in position for the MEMOFILE 4 serves also for
copying the whole contents of MEMOFILES.
The MEMOFILE 4 is then always the copy target file.
As source files you can use the MEMOFILES 1, 2 or 3.
To copy for example the MEMOFILE 2, proceed as fol-
lows :
a) Inset o MEMOFILE into the plug-in posilion 4
(target).
b) Select the menu function COPY —.
e) Enter the MEMOFILE source; 2 in the example.
4) Confirm the entry with the MENU bution. Immediately
after thal copying is started and shown in the display
as follows:
Indication:
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Important!
All data items stored in MEMOFILE 4 are lost when
copying.
e) When copying is completed, the indication COPY —
oppears again and further copies can be made (inser
onother MEMOFILE 4) or the menu con be exited.
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Important Information
When not fitted into the unit, protect your MEMOFILES |
(EEPROMS) against overvoltages which con be gener-
oted by statics dischorges. Store the MEMOFILES in an-
tistolic packings or plug them into conductive foam rub- |
ber. Avoid to directly touch the connecting conlacts.
For further delails, please ask your specialized dealer. |
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Specification
Power supply requirement
— From batteries: 4 x 1.5V "HP 2” (IEC LR20) or 4 commercially available
4-Ah accumulators of the same size (IEC KR 35/62).
Built-in automalically recharging lithium battery for dalg
prolection.
— From external voltage supply: Mains unit NR 90 or 9-12V OC
Output power (MONO ond STEREO) in 7.50
— Mauns/music power according io DIN 45324. | and 2 x 15W resp.
— Peak power: 2 and 2 x 3W, respeclively
— Sinus power on battery operation acc. lo DIN 45324: Vor 2 x 0 5W
Batiery life (DIN 45314)
ЕС LR 20 (alkaline-manganese!
eg VARTA energy 2000 ALKALINE: approx. 90 hours
eg Duracell MN 1300: approx. 110 hours
4-Ah accumulators (IEC KR 35/62): approx. 25 hours
Built-in aerials
— Telescopic aerial for FM and SW, ferrile rod aeriol lor MW and LW.
Connecting sockets for
— driving ompliher systems and for mono and slereo tape recordings; LINE
OUT {phono sockels].
~ headphone with 3.5mm Jack plug; 32 — 20000
— external loudspeaker (lefi-hand and righl-hand channel) with 3.5mm Jack
plug; 80
— driving exlernal units, e.g., tope recorders (ovlpul swilch ¡úck!, polential-
g p p jack}, p
free relay control
— external power supply, mains unit NR 90 or 9 - 12V DC (5 5mm coaxial
sockel)
— cxernal aeriol DIN 45325 (FM 75 Q/AM 50 O coaxial socket for all
wavebands)
Wovebands
FM. 87.5 — 108 MHz
SW: 1612 —- 30000 kHz
3950 — 26100 kHz (Sate) Holio)
MW: 528 - 161) kHz
LYW- 150 -353kHz
(МУ; 150 - 302 kHz {Sateilit Halia)
Hints — Prescriptions — Accessories
Use only a soft cloth which picks up dust to cleon the cabi-
net. Do not use aggressive polishes or cleaning agents. Do
not expose the set to temperatures above 60° C. In the cose
of defects, please consult your specialized dealer. Protect
the set against moisture (e.g., dripping or splashing water).
Receivable SW Bands
Band Frequency (kHz)
160-m-amateur 1815— 1890 (not on Satellit 500 Italia)
120-m-radio 2300 — 2498 [nol on Satellit 500 Italia)
90-m-tropic 3200 — 3400 [not on Satellit 500 Italia]
80-m-amateur 3500 — 3800 (not on Satellit 500 ltalia!
75-m-radio 3900 — 4000
60-m-tropic 4750 — 5060
49-m-radio 5950 — 6200
41 -m-radio 7100 - 7300
40-m-amaleur 7000 — 7099
31-m-radio 9500 - 9900
30-m-emateur 10100 — 10150
25-m-radio 11650 — 12050
22-m-radio 13600 - 13800
20-m-amateur
19-m-radio
17-m-omateur
l6-m-radio
15-m-amcileur
14000 — 14350
15100 — 15600
18065 — 18170
17550 - 17900
21000 — 21449
13-m-radio 21450 - 21850
12-m-amateyr 24890 — 24990
1)-m-radio 25650 - 26100
10-m-amateur
28000 — 29700
JF: FM = 10 7MHz, AM IF | = 54 5MHz, IF 2 = 450kHz
MEMOFILE add-on
CMOS EEPROM’s with 2048 x 8 bis
volloge: 33V £10 %
see accompanying dala sheet
Subject to technical alterations ond alterotions in styling
Е. опа О.Е.
The unit meels the interference radiation regulations CEE 82/499
This sef complies with the safety regulations according to VDE 0860 and thus
wilh the inlernalionol safely regulalions according to IEC 65 and CEE 1.
Information on accessories avoilable for your Soiellit can
be found in the “GRUNDIG Revue” which you can obiain
from your dealer.
Radio Stations
Deutsche Welle
D-50588 Köln
Radio Osterreich International (ROI)
A-1136 Wien
Würzburggosse 30
Schweizer Radio International
CH-3000 Bern 15
Giacomeitistr.
Radio Nederland
PO. Box 222
NL- 1200 JG Hilversum
Radio France Internationale
116 av. du Pres. Kennedy
F 75786 Paris Cedex 16
66
Radiotelevisione Italiana
Viale Mazzini 14
1-00195 Roma
BBC London External Services
Bush House
London WC2B 4PH
Radio Moskau
Pjatnizkajo 25
Moskvo UdSSR
Radio Japan
2-2-1 linnan
Shibuya-ku
Tokyo, Japan
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