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HX407 Owner`s Manual
HX407
UHF FM Transceiver
Owner’s Manual
HX407
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNING! FCC RF EXPOSURE REQUIREMENTS....................................................................3
1. GENERAL INFORMATION.....................................................................................................5
1.1INTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................5
1.2
RF EXPOSURE SAFETY STATEMENT.......................................................................5
2.ACCESSORIES.......................................................................................................................6
2.1
PACKING LIST.............................................................................................................6
2.2OPTIONS.....................................................................................................................6
3. GETTING STARTED...............................................................................................................7
3.1
RADIO CARE...............................................................................................................7
3.2
BELT CLIP INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL...............................................................7
3.3
BATTERIES AND CHARGERS....................................................................................8
3.3.1 BATTERY SAFETY..........................................................................................8
3.3.2 BATTERY INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL....................................................9
3.3.3 BATTERY CHARGING..................................................................................10
4. CONTROLS AND INDICATORS...........................................................................................11
4.1
CONTROLS AND SWITCHES...................................................................................11
4.2
LCD INDICATORS......................................................................................................13
5. BASIC OPERATION..............................................................................................................14
5.1
INITIAL SETUP...........................................................................................................14
5.2RECEPTION...............................................................................................................14
5.3TRANSMISSION........................................................................................................14
5.3.1 TRANSMIT TIME - OUT TIMER (TOT)..........................................................15
5.4
KEYPAD LOCKING....................................................................................................15
6. ADVANCED OPERATION.....................................................................................................16
6.1
PROGRAMMABLE KEY FUNCTIONS.......................................................................16
6.1.1 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATING FUNCTIONS............................................16
6.1.2 PROGRAMMABLE KEY FUNCTIONS CHART.............................................18
6.2
MEMORY SCAN.........................................................................................................19
6.2.1 PROGRAMMING SCAN MEMORY...............................................................19
6.2.2OPERATION..................................................................................................20
6.3
PRIORITY SCAN........................................................................................................20
6.3.1 PROGRAMMING PRIORITY CHANNEL.......................................................20
6.3.2OPERATION..................................................................................................20
6.4
DUAL WATCH............................................................................................................21
6.5
VOICE SCRAMBLER.................................................................................................22
7. MENU (“SET”) MODE...........................................................................................................23
8.MAINTENANCE.....................................................................................................................26
8.1GENERAL...................................................................................................................26
8.2
REPLACEMENT PARTS............................................................................................26
8.3
FACTORY SERVICE..................................................................................................27
8.4
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART..................................................................................27
9.WARRANTY..........................................................................................................................28
10. OPTIONAL ALKALINE BATTERY TRAY INSTALLATION...................................................31
10.1 FBA-42 ALKALINE BATTERY TRAY..........................................................................31
11.SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................32
11.1GENERAL...................................................................................................................32
11.2TRANSMITTER..........................................................................................................32
11.3RECEIVER.................................................................................................................32
FCC AND CANADA RADIO LICENSE INFORMATION..............................................................33
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WARNING! FCC RF EXPOSURE REQUIREMENTS
This Radio has been tested and complies with the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) RF exposure limits for Occupational Use/Controlled exposure environment. In addition, it complies with the following Standards and
Guidelines:
 FCC 96-326, Guidelines for Evaluating the Environmental Effects of Radio-Frequency Radiation.
 FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition 97-01 (2001) Supplement C, Evaluating
Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human Exposure to Radio Frequency
Electromagnetic Fields.
 ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992, IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to
Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to
300 GHz.
 ANSI/IEEE C95.3-1992, IEEE Recommended Practice for the Measurement
of Potentially Hazardous Electromagnetic Fields - RF and Microwave.
WARNING:
This radio generates RF electromagnetic energy during transmit mode. This
radio is designed for and classified as Occupational Use Only, meaning it
must be used only during the course of employment by individuals aware of the
hazards, and the ways to minimize such hazards. This radio is not intended for
use by the General Population in an uncontrolled environment.
CAUTION:
To ensure that your expose to RF electromagnetic energy is within the FCC
allowable limits for occupational use, always adhere to the following guidelines:
 This radio is NOT approved for use by the general population in an uncontrolled exposure environment. This radio is restricted to occupational
use, work related operations only where the radio operator must have the
knowledge to control his or her RF exposure conditions.
 When transmitting, hold the radio in a vertical position with its microphone
1 inch (2.5 cm) away from your mouth and keep the antenna at least 1 inch
(2.5 cm) away from your head and body.
 SAR compliance for body-worn use was only demonstrated for the specific belt-clip (CLIP-22). Other body-worn accessories or configurations
may NOT comply with the FCC RF exposure requirements and should be
avoided.
The CLIP-22 belt-clip must be used in order to comply with the FCC RF
exposure requirements.
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 Always use Standard Horizon authorized accessories.
 The information listed above provides the user with the information needed
to make him or her aware of RF exposure, and what to do to assure that
this radio operates with the FCC RF exposure limits of this radio.
 Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
During transmissions, this radio generates RF energy that can possibly
cause interference with other devices or systems. To avoid such interference, turn off the radio in areas where signs are posted to do so.
Do not operate the transmitter in areas that are sensitive to electromagnetic
radiation such as hospitals, health care facilities, aircraft, and blasting sites.
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the HX407! Whether this is your first
portable marine UHF transceiver, or if you have other STANDARD HORIZON
equipment, the STANDARD HORIZON organization is committed to ensuring
your enjoyment of this high performance transceiver, which should provide
you with many years of satisfying communications even in the harshest of
environments. STANDARD HORIZON technical support personnel stands
behind every product sold, and we invite you to contact us should you require
technical advice or assistance.
The HX407 is a JIS-8 / IPX8 (1.5 m or 4.92 feet for 30 minutes) Submersible
5-Watt portable two way marine transceiver with the capability to be programmed
with CTCSS or DCS signalling by an authorized Standard Horizon dealer.
We appreciate your purchase of the HX407, and encourage you to read this
manual thoroughly, so as to learn and fully understand the capabilities of the
HX407.
1.2 RF EXPOSURE SAFETY STATEMENT
Your wireless handheld portable transceiver contains a low power transmitter.
When the Push-To-Talk (PTT:
) button is pushed, the transceiver sends out
radio frequency (RF) signals.
This transmitter and its antenna must maintain a separation distance of at least 1
inch (2.5 cm) from your face. Speak in a normal voice, with the antenna pointed
up and away from the face at the required separation distance.
Use only the supplied antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the transmitter.
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2. ACCESSORIES
2.1 PACKING LIST
When the package containing the transceiver is first opened, please check it
for the following contents:
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
HX407 Transceiver
SRA-14G/SRA-14H/SRA-14J Antenna (Depending on frequency range)
Antenna Gain -2.5 dBi, Impedance 50 ohm
FNB-115LI 7.4 V Li-Ion Battery Pack
CD-50 Charger Cradle for HX407
PA-45B 120VAC Wall Charger for CD-50
E-DC-30 DC Cable with 12 V Cigarette Lighter Plug
Belt Clip
Hand Strap
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2.2 OPTIONS
➀ MH-73A4BSpeaker/Microphone
➁ MH-57A4B
Mini Speaker/Microphone
➂ SSM-64A
VOX Headset
➃ SSM-55AEarpiece/Microphone
➄ CN-3
Radio-to-Ship’s Antenna
Adapter
➅ CD-50
Charger Cradle
➆ FNB-115LI 7.4 V Li-Ion Battery Pack
➇ FBA-42
Alkaline Battery Case
➈ PA-45B/C/U AC Wall Charger for the
FNB-115LI
➉ E-DC-30
DC Cable with 12 V Cigarette Lighter Plug
SAD-1460
6-Unit Multi Charger
: “B” suffix is for use with 120 VAC (Type-A
plug), “C” suffix is for use with 230 VAC
(Type-C plug), and “U” suffix is for use
with 230 VAC (Type-BF plug).
Note: Before operating the HX407 for the
first time, it is recommended that the battery be charged. Please see section “3.3.3
BATTERY CHARGING” for details.
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➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
➇
➆
➅
➈
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3. GETTING STARTED
3.1 RADIO CARE
CAUTION
Before following the instructions below, insure the battery pack is in place
and firmly connected. Care must be taken if the radio was dropped and a
close inspection may be needed to insure the radio case and gaskets are
in adequate condition.
The design of the HX407 allows water to enter between the radio and the battery
pack, however waterproof performance is not compromised.
After using the HX407 in salt water environment is recommended to clean the
radio with fresh water by rinsing the battery and radio (separately) under a sink
facet or by dunking in a fresh water. After washing,use a soft cloth to thoroughly
dry all parts of the radio and battery.
This will keep the radio parts and the battery clean and in top operating condition.
3.2 BELT CLIP INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
 To install the Belt Clip: align the
Belt Clip to the groove of the Battery pack, then press the Belt Clip
downward until it locks in place
with a “Click.”
 To remove the Belt Clip: press the
Belt Clip Tab away from the battery pack to unlock the Belt Clip,
then slide the Belt Clip upward to
remove it.


Belt Clip Tab
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3.3 BATTERIES AND CHARGERS
If the radio has never been used, or its charge is depleted, it may be charged
by connecting the CD-50 Charger Cradle with the PA-45B Battery Charger, as
shown in the illustration. If 12V DC power is available, the supplied E-DC-30 DC
Cable with 12 V Cigarette Lighter Plug may be used for charging the battery.
The PA-45B and E-DC-30 will charge a completely discharged FNB-115LI
battery pack in approximately 3 hours.
The FNB-115LI is a high performance Li-Ion battery providing high capacity
in a compact package.
CAUTION
To avoid risk of explosion and injury, FNB-115LI battery pack should only
be removed, charged or recharged in non-hazardous environments.
3.3.1BATTERY SAFETY
Battery packs for your transceiver contain Li-Ion batteries. This type of battery stores a charge powerful enough to be dangerous if misused or abused,
especially when removed from the transceiver. Please observe the following
precautions:
DO NOT SHORT BATTERY PACK TERMINALS: Shorting the terminals that
power the transceiver can cause sparks, severe overheating, burns, and battery
cell damage. If the short is of sufficient duration, it is possible to melt battery
components. Do not place a loose battery pack on or near metal surfaces or
objects such as paper clips, keys, tools, etc. When the battery pack is installed
on the transceiver, the terminals that transfer current to the transceiver are not
exposed. The terminals that are exposed on the battery pack when it is mounted
on the transceiver are charging terminals only and do not constitute a hazard.
DO NOT INCINERATE: Do not dispose of any battery in a fire or incinerator. The
heat of fire may cause battery cells to explode and/or release dangerous gases.
Battery Maintenance
For safe and proper battery use, please observe the following:
 Battery packs should be charged only in non-hazardous environments;
 Use only STANDARD HORIZON approved batteries;
 Use only a STANDARD HORIZON approved charger. The use of any other
charger may cause permanent damage to the battery.
 Follow charging instructions provided with the chargers.
 Keep the battery contacts clean and dry.
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Battery Storage
Store the batteries in a cool place to maximize storage life. Since batteries are
subject to self-discharge, avoid high storage temperatures that cause large
self-discharge rates. After extended storage, a full recharge is recommended.
Battery Recycling
DO NOT PLACE USED BATTERIES IN YOUR REGULAR TRASH!
LI-ION BATTERIES MUST BE COLLECTED, RECYCLED OR DISPOSED
OF IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANNER.
The incineration, land filling or mixing of Li-Ion batteries with the municipal solid
waste stream is PROHIBITED BY LAW in most areas.
Return batteries to an approved Li-Ion battery recycler. This may be where you
purchased the battery.
Contact your local waste management officials for other information regarding
the environmentally sound collection, recycling and disposal of Li-Ion batteries.
3.3.2BATTERY INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
 To install the battery pack, hold the
transceiver with your hand, so your
palm is over the speaker. Insert the battery pack into the battery compartment
on the back of the radio, then push the
bottom side of the battery pack until the
battery pack locks with the Battery Pack
Latch.
 To remove the battery, turn the radio off. Slide the Battery Pack Latch on
the bottom of the radio, then lift up on the bottom of the battery and remove
it from the radio.
HAND STRAP INSTALLATION
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3.3.3BATTERY CHARGING
1. Turn the transceiver off.
2. Insert the DC plug from the PA-45B
into the DC jack on the CD-50 side
panel, then plug the PA-45B into the
AC line outlet.
3. Insert the HX407 (with the battery
pack) into the CD-50; the antenna
should be at the left side when viewing
the charger from the front.
4. If the HX407 is inserted correctly, the
PA-45B
Red “CHARGING” indicator will glow.
A fully-discharged pack will be charged
completely in approximately 3 hours.
CD-50
5. When charging is completed, the red
LED indicator will change to green. Remove the transceiver from the CD50, and unplug the PA-45B from the AC line outlet.
WARNING
Do not reverse connect the battery terminals.
Do not parallel connect the battery terminals.
Do not change batteries in hazardous locations.
To reduce the risk of explosion, recharge the batteries outside of hazardous locations.
CAUTION
The CD-50 cradle is NOT designed to be waterproof. Do not attempt to
charge in water hazardous locations.
NOTE
The CD-50 cradle is only designed for the charging of the HX407’s battery,
and is not suitable for other purposes. The CD-50 may contribute noise to
TV and radio reception in the immediate vicinity, so we do not recommend
its use adjacent to such device.
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4. COnTROLS AND INDICATORS
4.1 CONTROLS AND SWITCHES
NOTE
This section defines each control of the transceiver. For detailed operating
instructions, refer to section “5. BASIC OPERATION”. Refer to illustrations
for the location of the following controls, switches, and connections.
➀ ANT Jack (Top Panel)
➀ ➁ ➂
The supplied SRA-14G/SRA-14H/
SRA-14J antenna is attached here.
➁ MIC/SP Jack (Top Panel)
The jack accepts the optional
MH-73A4B Speaker/Microphone,
MH-57 A4B Mini Speaker/Microphone, SSM-64A VOX Headset, or
SSM-55A Earpiece/Microphone.
When this jack is used, the internal speaker and microphone are
disabled.
1) Do not allow the HX407
to become submerged in
water while the plastic cover
over the MIC/SP jack is removed.
2) Do not remove/install the optional Speaker Microphone in a
hazardous location.
➇
➃
➄
➈
➅
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➆
P-CH
P1
MON
P2
P4
P3
➂ POWER Switch / VOLUME Control
(VOL)
Turns the transceiver on and off as
well as adjusts the audio volume level.
Turn this knob clockwise to turn the radio on and increase the speakers
audio volume. Turn fully counter-clockwise to turn the radio off.
➉
➃ Noise Canceling Microphone
The noise canceling microphone is located here.
Note: To cancel background noise when transmitting, care should be taken
not to cover this mic hole with your hand.
➄ PTT (PUSH-TO-TALK) Switch
When pushed activates the transmitter.
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➅ LCD Display
This display shows current operating conditions. Refer to page 13 for details.
➆Keypad
[P1] [P4] Key
The programmable key functions can be customized, via programming
software by your STANDARD HORIZON dealer, to meet your communications/network requirements. Refer to section “6.1 PROGRAMMABLE
KEY FUNCTIONS” for details.
[P-CH] Key
Press this key to immediately display the channel you have set as the
priority channel. The “PRI” indicator will appear on the display. Press this
key again to return to the previous channel display.
[MON] Key
Press and hold the
Key for two seconds to open the squelch, allowing
you to monitor the operating channel. Press the
Key again to resume
normal quiet monitoring.
[] Key
Press the key momentarily to increase the channel one step. Hold the key
down to increase the channel continuously.
Secondary use:
key is pressed.
Used to adjust the squelch threshold level up when
[] Key
Press the key momentarily to decrease the channel one step. Hold the key
down to decrease the channel continuously.
Secondary use:
Used to adjust the squelch threshold level down when
key is pressed.
Note:The P-CH, MON, , and  keys can also be set as programmable
keys. For details, contact your STANDARD HORIZON dealer.
➇Speaker
The internal speaker is located here.
➈Microphone
The internal microphone is located here.
When transmitting, position your mouth 1 inch (2.5 cm) away from the small
mic hole. Speak slowly and clearly into the microphone.
➉ Battery Pack Lock (Bottom side)
Slide the Battery Pack Lock to the “” position for battery removal.
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4.2 LCD INDICATORS
➀ Alpha/numeric “Tag” display
➀
Indicates the current channel
name or operating mode.
➁➂ ➃ ➄
➉
➁“PRI” Indicator
This indicator is shown when the
Priority channel is selected.
➂“
” Indicator
This indicator appears during
transmission.
➅
➆
➇
➈
➃“
” Indicator
This indicator appears when a signal is being received or when the radio
is unsquelched.
➄“ ” Indicator
This indicator shows the Voice Scrambler function is assigned to a channel.
➅“CTCSS” Indicator
This indicator shows the CTCSS function is assigned to a channel.
➆“DCS” Indicator
This indicator shows the DCS function is assigned to a channel.
➇“
“
“
“
“
” Battery Indicator
”: Full battery
”: Lower battery
”: Battery is very low
(Blinking)”: Prepare to charge the battery
➈ Channel Display
The operating channel is shown on the LCD in both the transmission and
reception modes.
➉“
” Indicator
When the “
” icon is shown on the LCD, all keys are disabled except for
the MON key, PTT switch, and programmable keys on which the Key Lock
feature is set. Refer to section “5.4 KEYPAD LOCKING” for details.
“ ” Indicator
This indicator will be displayed when the channel has been added to the
Scan Memory.
“ ” Indicator
This indicator is displayed when the TX output power is selected to “Low”
power.
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5. BASIC OPERATION
5.1 INITIAL SETUP
1. Install the battery pack on the transceiver (see section “3.3.2 BATTERY
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL”).
2. Install the antenna onto the transceiver; hold the bottom end of the antenna,
then screw it onto the mating connector on the transceiver until it is snug.
Do not over-tighten.
5.2 RECEPTION
1. Turn the VOL knob clockwise to turn the transceiver
on.
The battery voltage will appear briefly at the upper
left corner on the display, then the channel name will
appear.
2. Press the MON key to activate the squelch adjusting
mode (The “SQL LVL” notation will appear). Press the
q key until the “
” indicator appears on the
display, then press the MON key again.
3. Turn the VOL knob clockwise until the noise or audio
from the speaker is at a comfortable level.
4. Press the MON key, then press the p key until the random noise disappears. This state is known as the “Squelch Threshold”.
5. Press the p or q key to select the desired channel.
6. When a signal is received, adjust the VOL knob to the desired listening
level. The “
” indicator on the LCD is displayed indicating that the
channel is being used.
5.3 TRANSMISSION
1. Before transmitting, monitor the channel and make sure it is clear.
THIS IS AN FCC REQUIREMENT!
2. For communications over short distances, press (or
press and hold) the desired programmable key on
which Tx Power H/L is set to select Low power (“ ”
icon appears).
Note: Transmitting on Low power prolongs battery life.
Low power should be selected whenever possible.
3. If using Low power is not effective, press (or press and hold) the desired
programmable key on which Tx Power H/L is set to select High power (“ ”
icon disappears).
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mitting. The transceiver cannot transmit and receive simultaneously.
5. Press and hold the PTT switch to transmit. During
transmission, the “
” indicator will appear on the
display.
6. Position your mouth 1 inch (2.5 cm) away from the mic
hole. Speak slowly and clearly into the microphone.
7. When the transmission is finished, release the PTT switch.
5.3.1TRANSMIT TIME - OUT TIMER (TOT)
While the PTT switch is held down, transmission time is limited to 5 minutes.
This prevents prolonged (unintentional) transmissions. About 10 seconds before
automatic transmitter shutdown, a warning beep will sound from the speaker.
The transceiver automatically switches to the receiving mode, even if the PTT
switch is held down. Before transmitting again, the PTT switch must first be
released. This Time-Out-Timer (TOT) prevents a continuous transmission that
would result from an accidentally stuck PTT switch.
NOTE
The PTT switch is disabled for 10 seconds after the transceiver automatically switches to the receiving mode by the TOT feature.
5.4 KEYPAD LOCKING
In order to prevent accidental channel change, the HX407’s keypad may be
locked.
1. Press (or press and hold) assigned programmable key
” is displayed all keys
to lock the keypad, when the “
will be locked except for the MON key, PTT switch,
and assigned programmable key. The “
” icon will
appear next to the channel number on the display,
indicating that the functions are locked.
2. Press (or press and hold) assigned programmable key to unlock the keypad.
The the “
” will be removed from the display.
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6. ADVANCED OPERATION
6.1 PROGRAMMABLE KEY FUNCTIONS
The programmable key functions can be customized, via programming software
by your STANDARD HORIZON dealer, to meet your communications/network
requirements.
6.1.1DESCRIPTION OF OPERATING FUNCTIONS
P-ch
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to recall the pre-programmed priority channel.
Sql (Squelch) Set
You can manually adjust the squelch level using this function. Press (or press
and hold) the assigned programmable key. A tone will sound, and the current
squelch level will appear on the display.
Ch Grop (Channel Group)
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to select a different
channel within the current Group.
Sql (Squelch) Mute off
Press and hold the assigned programmable key to open the squelch, allowing
you to monitor the operating channel. Release the assigned programmable
key to resume normal quiet monitoring.
Sql (Squelch) Forced Mute off
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to open the squelch,
allowing you to monitor the operating channel. Again press (or press and hold)
the assigned programmable key to resume normal quiet monitoring.
Tx Power H/L
Press (or press and hold) to toggle the transmit power between High and Low.
Ch (Channel) Up/DN
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to select a different
channel within the current Group.
Ch (Channel) Continuous Up/Dn
Press and hold the assigned programmable key causes the radio to begin
stepping (repeatedly) upward or downward through the channels.
Key Lock
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to toggle the Key
Lock feature “On” and “Off”. In order to prevent accidental channel change, the
HX407’s keypad may be locked.
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Lamp
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to illuminate the
display and keypad for 5 / 10 / 15 / 20 / 30 / 60 / 120 / 300 seconds.
Scan
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate scanning.
The scanning feature is used to monitor multiple signals programmed into the
transceiver. While scanning, the transceiver will check each channel for the
presence of a signal, and will stop on a channel if a signal is present.
Scan Mem
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to add/delete the
current channel. The “ ” icon will appear on the display.
Dual Watch
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate the Dual
Watch feature. The Dual Watch feature allows the radio to scan between the
Priority Channel and one other channel.
Scrambler
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to toggle the Encryption feature “On” and “Off”.
Vox
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to turn the VOX
function “On” or “Off”. You may disable the VOX function temporarily by pressing the PTT switch.
Group Change Up/Dn
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to select a different
Group channel.
Tx Save Disable
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to disable the TX Save
feature. The TX Save feature helps extend battery life by reducing transmit power
when a very strong signal from an apparently nearby station is being received.
Group Scan
The Scanning feature is used to monitor multiple channels programmed into
the transceiver. While scanning, the transceiver will check each channel of the
programmed group for the presence of the signal, and will stop on a channel
if a signal is present.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate the
scanning on the selected groups.
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Talk Around
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate the Talk
Around feature. The Talk Around feature allows you to bypass the repeater
station and talk directly to a station that is nearby.
Ta (TA) Scan
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to toggle the TA
(Talk Around) scan feature “On” and “Off”. While TA scan is proceeding, the
transceiver will search both the transmit and receive frequencies.
Direct Ch1 - 4
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to recall the Dealer
pre-programmed channel directly.
6.1.2PROGRAMMABLE KEY FUNCTIONS CHART
PROGRAMMABLE KEY
FUNCTION
P-CH
MON
UP
DOWN
P1
P2
P3
P4
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS AND PRESS AND PRESS AND PRESS AND PRESS AND PRESS AND PRESS AND PRESS AND
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
P-ch
Sql Set
Ch Group
Sql Mute off
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Sql Forced Mute off
Tx Power H/L
Ch Up
Ch Dn
Ch Continuous Up
Ch Continuous Dn
Key Lock
Lamp
Scan
Scan Mem
Dual Watch
Scrambler
Vox
Group Change Up
Group Change Dn
Tx Save Disable
Group Scan On/Off
Ta Scan
Talk Around
Direct Ch1 - 4
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6.2 MEMORY SCAN
The HX407 will automatically scan channels programmed into Preset Channel
Memory and also channels store into Scan Memory.
When an incoming signal is detected on one of the channels during scan, the
radio will pause on that channel, allowing you to listen to the incoming transmission. The radio will automatically start scanning again after the transmission
stops.
6.2.1PROGRAMMING SCAN MEMORY
1. Turn the transceiver off by rotating the VOL knob fully counter-clockwise.
2. Press and hold the P1 key, and then turn on the transceiver while still holding
down the P1 key.
3. Press the p or q key to select “SCAN MEM”.
4. Press the P1 key.
5. Press the p or q key to select desired channel to be
scanned, then press the P2 key.
6. Press the p or q key to select desired Group channel
to be scanned, then press the P2 key. The “ ” icon appears on the display,
which indicates the channel has been selected to the scan channel.
7. To DELETE a channel from the list, select the channel then press the P2
key 2 times. The “ ” icon disappears from the display.
8. When you have completed programming the scan memory, press the P3
key to save your changes.
9. Repeat step 4 for all the desired channels to be programmed into scan
memory.
10.Press the p or q key to select “SCAN TYPE” and press the P1 key.
11. Press the p or q key to select “MS” and press the P3 key.
12.Turn the transceiver off to exit to normal operation.
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6.2.2OPERATION
1. Press the MON key to activate the squelch adjusting mode, then press the
p / q key until the background noise disappears.
2. Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable
key to start scanning channels programmed into memory and preset channels. “M-SCAN” will be shown in
the upper left corner of the display.
3. When the HX407 receives a transmission, it will stop
on the channel until the incoming signal disappears, then start scanning
again.
4. To stop scanning, press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable
key.
6.3 PRIORITY SCAN
The Priority Scan is similar to the Memory Scan. However, the Priority Scan
monitors the Preset Channels, Scan Memory Channels and the Priority Channel.
6.3.1PROGRAMMING PRIORITY CHANNEL
1. Turn the transceiver off by rotating the VOL knob fully counter-clockwise.
2. Press and hold the P1 key, and then turn on the transceiver while still holding
down the P1 key.
3. Press the p or q key to select “PRI-CH” and press the
P1 key.
4. Press the p or q key to select desired channel to set
the priority channel, then press the P3 key.
5. Press the p or q key to select “SCAN TYPE” and press
the P1 key.
6. Press the p or q key to select “PS” and press the P3 key.
7. Turn the transceiver off to exit to normal operation.
6.3.2OPERATION
1. To display the priority channel, press the P-CH key.
The displayed channel will be set as the priority channel. The “PRI” icon will appear above of the channel
number.
2. Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable
key to start Priority Scan, “P-SCAN” will be shown on
the display.
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3. When the HX407 receives a transmission on a working channel, it will stop
on the working channel and dual watch to the priority channel until the
incoming signal disappears, then start scanning again.
4. When the HX407 receives a signal on the Priority channel it will stay on this
channel until the incoming signal disappears, then start Priority scanning
again.
5. To stop Priority Scanning, press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key.
Preset
Channel “5”
Preset
Channel “0”
Preset
Channel “5”
Scan Memory
Channel
Preset
Channel “0”
Scan Memory
Channel
Preset
Channel “4”
Preset
Channel “1”
Preset
Channel “4”
Preset
Channel “1”
Scan Memory
Channel
Preset
Channel “2”
Scan Memory
Channel
Preset
Channel “2”
Preset
Channel “3”
Scan Memory
Channel
Preset
Channel “3”
Scan Memory
Channel
Scan Memory
Channel
Scan Memory
Channel
“Priority” Scan
“Memory” Scan
6.4 DUAL WATCH
The Dual Watch feature allows the radio to scan between the Priority Channel
and one other channel.
1. To display the priority channel, press the P-CH key.
2. Select the desired channel you want to Dual watch to the priority channel
using the p or q key.
3. Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable
key to activate the Dual Watch feature. A “DW” notation
will appear on the upper left corner of the display when
the Dual Watch feature is activated.
4. When a transmission is received on the “Priority” channel, the radio will stay on the “Priority Channel” until the incoming signal
disappears.
5. When the radio receives a transmission on the working channel, the radio
will Dual Watch between the working channel and Priority channel.
6. The radio will resume Dual Watch when the incoming signal disappears at
the end of the transmission.
7. To stop the Dual Watch feature and return to normal operation, press (or
press and hold) the assigned programmable key.
Current
Channel
Channel 16
Dual Watch
Current
Channel
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Channel 16
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6.5 VOICE SCRAMBLER
When the HX407's built in 32 code voice inversion voice scrambler is enabled
your voice will be scrambled to all persons listening on a specific channel
and may only be decoded by another Standard Horizon UHF with scrambler
capability.
To activate the Voice Scrambler:
1. Turn the transceiver off by rotating the VOL knob fully counter-clockwise.
2. Press and hold the P1 key, then turn on the transceiver while still holding
down the P1 key.
3. Press the p or q key to select the Menu item “SCRAMBLER” and press the P1 key.
4. Press the p or q key to select the desired channel
(01 to 32) and press the P2 key.
5. Press the p or q key to select the desired scramble
code (00 to 31).
6. After selecting the scrambler code, press the P3 key to save the setting
to memory, then turn the transceiver off exit Setup mode. “ ” icon will be
shown to the right of the channels when the scrambler is enabled.
To disable the Voice Scrambler, select “OF (OFF)” in step 5 above.
If you want to activate the Voice Scrambler to other channel, repeat procedures
above. You may select a different scramble code for each channel.
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7. MENU (“SET”) MODE
The Setup Menu allows a number of the HX407 operating parameters to be
custom configured for your operating requirements.
The Setup Menu is easy to activate and setup using the following procedure:
1. Turn the transceiver off by rotating the VOL knob fully counter-clockwise.
2. Press and hold the P1 key, then turn on the transceiver while still holding
down the P1 key.
3. The Setup Menu item will scroll on the upper left corner of the display and its current status or value will
appear on the large display.
4. Press the p or q key to select the Menu item to be
adjusted.
5. Press the P1 key to enable adjustment of the selected Menu item. The
current status or value will blink.
6. Press the p or q key to select the desired status or value of the Menu
item.
7. After completing your adjustment, press the P3 key to save the new setting.
8. If you wish to change another Menu item, repeat steps 4 to 7 above.
9. Turn the transceiver off to exit to normal operation.
LAMP
Function:Selects the Lamp illumination condition.
Available Values:OFF / 5 / 10 / 15 / 20 / 30 / 60 / 120 /
300 (seconds) / -- (continuous)
Default: OFF
DIMMER
Function:Selects the display brightness level.
Available Values:OFF / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 (level)
Default: OFF
BEEP
Function:Selects the key beep volume.
Available Values:OFF / Lo / Mi / Hi (level)
Default: Mi
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PRI-CH
Function:Selects the Priority Channel.
Available Values:OFF / Ch 1 to 32
Default: OFF
SCAN TYPE
Function:Selects the Scan Type.
Available Values:PS (Pri-Scan) / MS (MEM-Scan)
Default: PS
SCAN MEM
Function:Add or remove a channel into the Scan Memory.
Default: OFF
TX NOISE CANCEL
Function:Enables/Disables the TX Noise Canceling
function.
Available Values:On / OFF
Default: OFF
RX NOISE CANCEL
Function:Enables/Disables the RX Noise Canceling
function.
Available Values:OFF / 1L / 2L / 3L / 4L (level)
Default: OFF
AF PITCH
Function:Selects the audio filter operation.
Available Values:OFF / HLc / HLb / Lb / Hb
Default: OFF
HLc: High-Low Cut
HLb: High-Low Boost
Lb: Low Boost
Hb: High Boost
SCRAMBLER
Function:Enables/Disables the Voice Scrambler and
selects the channel and scramble code.
Available Values:01 to 32 (channel) / OFF, 00 to 31
(scramble code)
Default: OFF
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VOX
Function:Enables/Disables the VOX function.
Available Values:OFF / On
Default: OFF
VOX SENSE
Function: Select the VOX gain.
Available Values: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 (level)
Default: 2
VOX TIMER
Function:Select the VOX delay time.
Available Values:1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 (seconds)
Default: 3
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8. MAINTENANCE
8.1 GENERAL
The inherent quality of the solid-state components in STANDARD HORIZON
radios will provide many years of continuous use. Take the following precautions
to prevent damage to the radio.
 To prevent corrosion of electrical contacts and keep the water resistance,
keep the microphone or the jack connected at all times.
 Never press the PTT switch unless an antenna or suitable dummy load is
connected to the antenna receptacle.
 Ensure that the input voltage does not exceed the value specified in your
Owner’s Manual.
 Use only STANDARD HORIZON approved accessories and replacement
parts.
8.2 REPLACEMENT PARTS
Occasionally an owner needs a replacement part. Items can be ordered from
our Parts Department by writing or calling (in USA), or Standard Horizon/Yaesu
authorized dealers (outside USA).
Marine Division of YAESU U.S.A.
6125 Phyllis Drive, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
Telephone (800) 767-2450
Commonly requested parts, and their part numbers are listed below.
 SRA-14G Antenna: ABA50X001
 SRA-14H Antenna: ABA50X002
 SRA-14J Antenna: ABA50X003
 VOL Knob: RA1193900
 MIC/SP Rubber Cap: RA1194200
 MIC/SP Plastic Cap: RA057790A
 CLIP-22 Belt Clip: CP9672002
 Hand Strap: S6000418
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8.3 FACTORY SERVICE
In the unlikely event that the radio fails to perform or needs servicing, please
contact the following:
For repairs In USA
Standard Horizon
Attention Marine Repair Department
6125 Phyllis Drive, Cypress, CA 90630
Telephone (800) 366-4566
For repairs In Canada
Westcom Marine
488 East 62 nd Avenue
Vancouver BC V5X2G1
Telephone (604) 327-6280
An “RA” Return Authorization number is not necessary to send a product in
for service. Include a brief note describing the problem along with your name,
return address, phone number, and proof of purchase.
8.4 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
No channels memorized.
Check that the “ ” icon is display
on the channel you want to scan is
displayed (this icon is displayed if
the channel is programmed in the
Scan Memory).
Contact with your STANDARD
HORIZON dealer to check that
the programmable key on which
the scan feature is set, is enabled.
Squelch is not adjusted.
Adjust the squelch to threshold
or to the point where noise just
disappears. Further adjustment of
the squelch control may eliminate
incoming signals.
Speaker audio is not
heard when the radio is
unsquelched.
Low battery.
Charge battery. Refer to section
4.3.3 of this manual.
Audio volume level is too low.
Turn the VOL knob clockwise.
Some keys do not operate.
Key Lock is on.
Turn the Key Lock off. Refer to
section 6.6 of this manual.
Charging indicator on CD50 does not illumininate.
 Defective battery FNB115LI.
 Battery contacts not making
contact with the charger
cradle.
Contact Standard Horizon Product
Support at (800)767-2450.
The scan feature does not
activate.
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9. WARRANTY
Marine Products Limited Warranty
PLEASE NOTE
The following “Limited Warranty” is for valid for products that have
been purchased in the United States. For limited Warranty details
outside the United States, contact the dealer in your country.
STANDARD HORIZON (a division of YAESU U.S.A.) warrants, to the original
purchaser only, each new Marine Communications Product (“Product”) manufactured and/or supplied by STANDARD HORIZON against defects in materials
and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of time from the
date of purchase as follows:
Fixed Mount and Portable Transceivers
1 year - if purchased before 01/01/91
3 years - if purchased between 01/01/91 and 01/01/94
3 years Waterproof - if purchased after 01/01/94
Loud hailers
1 year - if purchased before 01/01/91
3 years - if purchased after 01/01/91
Associated Chargers
1 year - if purchased before 01/01/91
3 years - if purchased after 01/01/91
Associated Batteries - 1 year. Note: Batteries will be deemed deflective only
if storage capacity drops below 80% of rated capacity or if leakage develops.
Associated Accessories - 1 year. Includes: Microphones/Handsets, External Speakers, Antennas, Carrying Accessories, Power Supplies, and Signaling Boards.
To receive warranty service, the purchaser must deliver the Product, transportation and insurance prepaid, to STANDARD HORIZON (a division of YAESU
U.S.A.), Attention Marine repairs 6125 Phyllis Drive, Cypress, CA 90630. Include proof of purchase indicating model. serial number, and date of purchase.
STANDARD HORIZON will return the Product to the purchaser freight prepaid.
Products purchased prior to January 1, 1991 will bear the STANDARD HORIZON warranty terms in effect prior to that date.
In the event of a defect, malfunction or failure of the Product during the warranty period, STANDARD HORIZON’s liability for any breach of contract or any
breach of express or implied warranties in connection with the sale of Products
shall be limited solely to repair or replacement, at its option, of the Product or
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part(s) therein which, upon examination by STANDARD HORIZON, appear to
be defective or not up to factory specifications. STANDARD HORIZON may, at
its option, repair or replace parts or subassemblies with new or reconditioned
parts and subassemblies. Parts thus repaired or replaced are warranted for
the balance of the original applicable warranty.
STANDARD HORIZON will not warrant installation, maintenance or service of
the Products. In all instances, STANDARD HORIZON’s liability for damages
shall not exceed the purchase price of the defective Product.
This warranty only extends to Products sold within the 50 States of the United
States of America and the District of Columbia.
STANDARD HORIZON will pay all labor to repair the product and replacement parts charges incurred in providing the warranty service except where
purchaser abuse or other qualifying exceptions exist. The purchaser must pay
any transportation expenses incurred in returning the Product to STANDARD
HORIZON for service.
This limited warranty does not extend to any Product which has been subjected
to misuse, neglect, accident, incorrect wiring by anyone other than STANDARD
HORIZON, improper installation, or subjected to use in violation of instructions
furnished by STANDARD HORIZON, nor does this warranty extend to Products
on which the serial number has been removed, defaced, or changed. STANDARD HORIZON cannot be responsible in any way for ancillary equipment not
furnished by STANDARD HORIZON which is attached to or used in connection
with STANDARD HORIZON’s Products, or for the operation of the Product with
any ancillary equipment, and all such equipment is expressly excluded from
this warranty. STANDARD HORIZON disclaims liability for range, coverage, or
operation of the Product and ancillary equipment as a whole under this warranty.
STANDARD HORIZON reserves the right to make changes or improvements in
Products, during subsequent production, without incurring the obligation to install
such changes or improvements on previously manufactured Products.
The implied warranties which the law imposes on the sale of this Product
are expressly LIMITED, in duration, to the time period specified above.
STANDARD HORIZON shall not be liable under any circumstances for consequential damages resulting from the use and operation of this Product, or
from the breach of this LIMITED WARRANTY, any implied warranties, or any
contract with STANDARD HORIZON. IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE
OF ITS PRODUCTS, STANDARD HORIZON MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED AS TO THE MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY
SET FORTH HEREIN.
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Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply. This warranty gives specific legal rights,
and there may be other rights which may vary from state to state.
ONLY PRODUCTS SOLD ON OR AFTER JANUARY 1, 1991 ARE COVERED
UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
ON-LINE WARRANTY REGISTRATION
THANK YOU for purchasing a Standard Horizon products! We are confident
your new radio will serve your needs for many years!
Please visit www.standardhorizon.com to register the HX407 Marine
UHF. It should be noted that visiting the Web site from time to time may
be beneficial to you, as new products are released they will appear on
the STANDARD HORIZON Web site. Also a statement regarding product
support should be added to the manual.
Product Support Inquiries
If you have any questions or comments regarding the use of the HX407, you
can visit the STANDARD HORIZON Web site to send an E-Mail or contact
the Product Support team at (800) 767-2450 M-F 8:00AM to 5:00PM PST.
In addition to the warranty, STANDARD HORIZON includes a lifetime “flat
rate” and “customer loyalty” programs to provide service after the warranty
period has expired. If you wish to obtain the flat rate price for out-of-warranty
repair, you must include the information on the Owner’s Record with the
unit when you return it to your Dealer or to STANDARD HORIZON.
Lifetime Flat Rate Service Program: For the original Owner only, for the
lifetime of the unit, STANDARD HORIZON will repair the unit to original
specifications.
Note: The flat rate amount is payable by the Owner only if STANDARD
HORIZON or the STANDARD HORIZON Dealer determines that a repair
is needed. After the repair, a 90-day warranty will be in effect from the date
of return of the unit to the Owner.
This service program is not available for equipment which has failed as
a result of neglect, accident, breakage, misuse, improper installation or
modification, or water damage (depending on the product).
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10. OPTIONAL ALKALINE BATTERY TRAY INSTALLATION
10.1 FBA-42 ALKALINE BATTERY TRAY
FBA-42 is a battery tray that holds six AA size Alkaline batteries and is used
with the HX407 transceiver. When the FBA-42 is installed into the HX407 the
radio can withstand immersion in water up to 1.5 m (4.92 Ft) for 30 minutes.
1. On the FBA-42, remove the battery tray cover. Due to the battery tray water
proof characteristics, it may be difficult to remove the battery tray cover,
put a coin to the edge of the battery compartment ( ) then pry open the
battery tray cover.
2. Slide the six AA size Alkaline batteries into the FBA-42 Battery Tray with
the Negative (–) side of the batteries touching the spring connections inside
the FBA-42 Battery Tray.
3. Attach the battery cover to the FBA-42 Battery Tray while being careful so
that o-ring is not twisted.
4. Insert the FBA-42 Battery Tray into the battery compartment on the back
of the HX407 transceiver, then push the bottom side of the FBA-42 Battery
Tray until the Battery Tray locks with the Battery Pack Latch.
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11. SPECIFICATIONS
Performance specifications are nominal, unless otherwise indicated, and are
subject to change without notice.
11.1 GENERAL
Frequency Ranges:
406.100 MHz to 470.000 MHz
Channel Spacing:
25 kHz / 12.5 kHz
Frequency Stability:
±2.5 ppm
Emission Type:
16K0G3E / 11K0G3E
Antenna Impedance:
50 Ω
Supply Voltage:
7.4V DC, Negative Ground
(Battery Terminal)
Operating Temperature:
-22 °F to +140 °F (-30 °C to +60 °C)
Battery Type and capacity:
Lithium-Ion,2300 mAh (Rated)
2400 mAh (Typ)
Waterproof Rating:
JIS-8 / IPX8
(1.5 m or 4.92 feet for 30 minutes)
11.2 TRANSMITTER
RF Power Output:
Maximum Deviation:
Hum and Noise Ratio:
Spurious Emission:
5 W / 1 W (@7.4 V )
±5.0 kHz (Wide) / ±2.5 kHz (Narrow)
More than 40 dB
Less than 0.25 uW
11.3 RECEIVER
Adjacent Channel Selectivity: More than 70 dB (Wide),
More than 60 dB (Narrow)
Intermodulation:
More than 68 dB
Spurious Response Rejection: More than 70 dB
Hum and Noise Ratio:
More than 40 dB
Max imum Audio Output Power: 700 mW @16 Ω for 10 % THD (@7.4 V)
AF Output (External SP):
300 mW @8 Ω for 10 % THD (@7.4 V)
Spurious Emission:
Less than 2 nW
Measured in accordance with TIA/EIA-603.
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FCC AND CANADA RADIO LICENSE INFORMATION
Standard Horizon radios comply with the Federal Communication Commission
(FCC) requirements that regulate the Radio Service.
CANADIAN LICENSING
You may need a license when traveling in Canada. If you do need a license
contact their nearest field office or regional office or write:
Industry Canada
Radio Regulatory Branch
Attn: DOSP
300 Slater Street
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada, KIA 0C8
FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA INFORMATION
The following data pertaining to the transceiver is necessary to fill out the
license application.
FCC Type Accepted:................................................. Part 22 / Part 80 / Part 74
Output Power with FNB-115LI:........................................ 1.0/5.0 W (Low/High)
Emission:.......................................................................... 16K0G3E, 11K0G3E
Frequency Range:......................................................406.100 to 470.000 MHz
FCC Type Number:..................................................................... K6630394X20
Industry Canada Type Approval:............................................. 511B-30394X20
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THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS
SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT
CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY
INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by YAESU U.S.A.
could void the User’s authorization to operate this device.
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference
that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux
appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions
suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de
l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage
est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using
an antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by
Industry Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna
type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power
(e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for successful communication.
Conformément à la réglementation d’Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio
peut fonctionner avec une antenne d’un type et d’un gain maximal (ou inférieur)
approuvé pour l’émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques
de brouillage radioélectrique à l’intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le
type d’antenne et son gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope rayonnée quivalente
(p.i.r.e.) ne dépassepas l’intensité nécessaire à l’établissement d’une communication
satisfaisante.
This radio transmitter (identify the device by certification number, or model number
if Category II) has been approved by Industry Canada to operate with the antenna
types listed below with the maximum permissible gain and required antenna
impedance for each antenna type indicated. Antenna types not included in this list,
having a gain greater than the maximum gain indicated for that type, are strictly
prohibited for use with this device.
Le présent émetteur radio (identifier le dispositif par son numéro de certification ou
son numéro de modèle s’il fait partie du matériel de catégorie I) a été approuvé par
Industrie Canada pour fonctionner avec les types d’antenne énumérés ci-dessous
et ayant un gain admissible maximal et l’impédance requise pour chaque type
d’antenne. Les types d’antenne non inclus dans cette liste, ou dont le gain est
supérieur au gain maximal indiqué, sont strictement interdits pour l’exploitation de
l’émetteur. l’établissement d’une communication satisfaisante.
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