FTM-100DR/DE - System Fusion

FTM-100DR/DE - System Fusion
FTM-100DR/DE
Quick Manual
Inputting/changing the call sign
C4FM/FM
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Inputting the call sign
When turning the transceiver on for the first time after
purchase, or after resetting the transceiver, a screen
requesting input of your call sign appears.
Changing the call sign
The call sign can be changed from the Setup menu.
for over one second, then rotate
Press and hold
the DIAL to select [14 CALLSIGN] and then press
three times. Rotate the DIAL to select the desired
character, and then press
. After inputting the call
sign, press
followed by
.
EH048M551
Selecting the frequency band
Changing the transmit power level
Press
repeatedly to select the receive frequency
band setting (marked with )on the operating band in
the order shown in the table below. The receive frequency
bands can differ depending on the setting of [8 CONFIG]
→ [11 RX COVERAGE] in the Setup menu.
Press
to select the desired transmit power level.
Pressing
each time switches the level as follows:
“HIGH”→“LOW”→“MID”.
Restoring defaults (All Reset)
Rotate the DIAL to select a character, then press
.
The character is entered, then the cursor moves to the
right by one.
.
After inputting the call sign, press
Supplement To s w i t c h t h e c h a r a c t e r t y p e , p r e s s
([A/a] appears on the upper side).
Pressing
each time switches
the characters in the following order:
Uppercase letters→Symbols→Numbers
Power/LOCK key(
)
VOL knob
Indicator
Dot matrix LCD display
BAND MHz key(
)
DIAL knob
A/B DW key(
)
TXPO key(
)
V/M MW key(
)
D/X key(
)
GM key(
)
SQL VOICE key(
)
BACK key(
)
DISP SETUP key(
)
Returning to the operating screen
Press
to return to the operating screen from the
Setup menu.
Supplements •Press
to return to the previous
screen.
•P ress and hold
for over one
second to return to the operating screen.
All transceiver settings and memory content may be restored
to the default settings.
for over one second, then rotate the
Press and hold
DIAL to select [13 RST/CLONE] and press
. Rotate
the DIAL to select [1 FACTORY RESET], then press
. Rotate the DIAL to select [OK?], then press
.
Adjusting the volume
Rotate the volume clockwise/counterclockwise to adjust
the volume level.
Selecting the operating band
Pressing
each time switches the operating band
between the A-band and B-band. The operating band
appears on the bottom of the screen and the sub-band
appears on the top of the screen. Pressing and holding
for over one second switches the dual watch
function between ON and OFF.
Tuning in to the frequency
Press
to switch to VFO mode, then rotate the DIAL.
Pressing and holding
for over one second allows
selecting the frequency in 1 MHz units.
Frequency bands on
the A-band and B-band
11 RX COVERAGE setting
NORMAL
(default setting)
108 MHz to 137 MHz
—
137 MHz to 174 MHz

174 MHz to 400 MHz
—
400 MHz to 480 MHz

480 MHz to 999 MHz
—
WIDE





Using the memory channels
Frequently used frequencies can be registered to the
memory channels. You can also assign a name to each
memory channel.
Registering frequencies
Switch to VFO mode, then rotate the DIAL to tune in to
the frequency you want to register to the memory channel.
for over one second, then rotate the
Press and hold
DIAL to select the desired memory channel and press
. The frequency and memory channel number are
displayed on the screen.
Selecting communication mode
For normal use, operate the transceiver in AMS mode
(
/
/
) . The operating mode automatically
switches to match the received signal.
to manually change the communication mode.
Press
“AMS”→“DN (V/D mode)”→“VW (FR mode)”→“FM
(analog)”
DN:Calls are less prone to interruptions due to detection
and correction of voice signals during digital voice
signal transmission.
VW:Digital voice data transmission using the entire 12.5
kHz band. Enables high-quality voice communication.
FM:Analog communication mode using FM mode.
Assigning a name to the memory channel
for over one second, then press
Press and hold
. Rotate the DIAL to select the memory channel
that is to be assigned a name. Press
access the
name input screen, then press
twice. The memory
name is registered and the tag is displayed on the screen.
Locking the keys and knobs
Press
Press
(Power/LOCK) to lock the keys and knobs.
(Power/LOCK) again to unlock.
Communicating
Displaying the location information
Using the GM function
Using this transceiver enables digital communications
with Yaesu C4FM digital amateur transceivers and also
communication with FM analog transceivers.
When using AMS (
/
/
), the operating mode
recognizes C4FM digital or analog FM signals, and
automatically switches to match the received signal.
When operating in DN or VW digital modes, be especially
aware of the analog stations using the frequency, and do
not transmit when there is a risk of interference.
*Select the mode in accordance with circumstances.
You can display the current location information of your
station. In digital mode, you can also display the location
information of the received stations.
In GM mode, the group members that are within
communication range and group members that are
outside of your communication range are displayed
separately. The direction and distance to the available
group members from your station are displayed in realtime. Group members can also exchange messages and
images.
*A m i c r o S D m e m o r y c a r d i s r e q u i r e d f o r d a t a
management. Refer to “Using a microSD memory card”
in the Operating Manual to insert the microSD memory
card into the transceiver.
to quit the GM
*D uring the GM operation, press
operation and return to the VFO or memory mode
operation screen.
Displaying the location information of your station
On the normal screen, the current location information of
your station is displayed on the left side of the frequency
display. The screen displays the compass indicating the
direction you are heading, and your station movement
speed.
Transmitting
While pressing [PTT] on the microphone, speak into the
microphone keeping it approximately 5 cm from your
mouth.
In analog mode, the upper and lower portions of the
indicator light red. In digital audio mode, the upper portion
lights red and lower portion lights blue.
Receiving
Release [PTT] on the microphone to return to receive
mode. Upon receiving a C4FM digital signal, the station
name or call sign of the received station appears.
*You can change the time duration the received station
for over
information is displayed. Press and hold
one second to display the Setup menu, then change the
setting from [2 TX/RX]→[6 DIGITAL POPUP TIME].
Display GM stations operating within range
Displaying location information of
the received station in digital mode
briefly once to display
On the normal screen, press
the current location information of the received station on
the left side of the frequency display. The screen displays
the compass indicating the direction and distance to the
received station from your station.
On the operating band, tune in to the frequency, then in AMS
mode (
/
/
) or digital mode (DN/VW), press
. Displays stations operating GM on the same frequency,
which are within communication range.
Selected station
Within communication range
Message preview
There is a new message
Checking transmit and receive messages and images
From the message list or image list on the [LOG SELECT]
screen, you can view the data. You can also create
and send a new message, reply to the received data or
forward the received data to the group members.
NEW
Creating and sending a new
message
Message received (unread)
Message received (read)
Message sent
Message failed to send
Image received (unread)
Image received (read)
Direction and
distance to
the selected station
Outside communication range
Image sent
Image failed to send
*For details on how to create new messages, edit the
groups/group members, synchronize the operating group
member information with other stations (SYNC function),
and import/export the group information using a microSD
memory card, refer to the GM Function Instruction
Manual (download from Yaesu website).
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