IC-7200 Instruction Manual

IC-7200 Instruction Manual
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
HF/50 MHz TRANSCEIVER
i7200
IMPORTANT
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the transceiver.
The transceiver comes with the following accessories.
qHand microphone (HM-36) ............................ 1
wDC power cable (OPC-1457) ......................... 1
eSpare fuse (ATC 5 A) ..................................... 1
rSpare fuse (ATC 30 A) ................................... 2
tJack cap (for [PHONES]) ................................ 1
yACC cable........................................................ 1
u3.5 (d) mm plug................................................ 1
i6.3 (d) mm Electronic keyer plug..................... 1
oCD . ................................................................. 1
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL. This
manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-7200.
FOREWORD
We understand that you have a choice of many different radios in the market place. We want to thank you
for making the IC-7200 your radio of choice, and hope
you agree with Icom’s philosophy of “technology first.”
Many hours of research and development went into
the design of your IC-7200.
D FEATURES
❍ IF DSP features
❍ Digital Twin PBT
❍ Manual notch function
❍ ±0.5 ppm of high frequency stability
❍ Simple operation
❍ Tough and compact body
❍ Standard voice synthesizer
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS
WORD
DEFINITION
Personal death, serious injur y or an
RDANGER!
explosion may occur.
Personal injury, fire hazard or electric
RWARNING!
shock may occur.
CAUTION
NOTE
Equipment damage may occur.
If disregarded, inconvenience only. No risk
of personal injury, fire or electric shock.
Spurious signals may be received near the following
frequencies when the transceiver is connected to a PC
via an USB cable.
These are generated in the internal circuit and does
not indicate a transceiver malfunction:
21.0295 MHz, 51.0910 MHz, 51.0957 MHz
Icom, Icom Inc. and the Icom logo are registered trademarks of
Icom Incorporated (Japan) in Japan, the United States, the United
Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.
Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
All other products or brands are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective holders.
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FCC INFORMATION
• FOR CLASS B UNINTENTIONAL RADIATORS:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Caution: Changes or modifications to this transceiver, not
expressly approved by Icom Inc., could void your authority
to operate this transceiver under FCC regulations.
PRECAUTIONS
R DANGER HIGH RF VOLTAGE! NEVER attach
CAUTION: NEVER install the transceiver in a place
an antenna or internal antenna connector during transmission. This may result in an electrical shock or burn.
without adequate ventilation. Heat dissipation may be
reduced, and the transceiver may be damaged.
R WARNING! NEVER operate the transceiver while
CAUTION: NEVER block any cooling vents on the
driving a vehicle. Safe driving requires your full attention—anything less may result in an accident.
top, rear, sides or bottom of the transceiver.
R WARNING! NEVER operate the transceiver with
a headset or other audio accessories at high volume
levels. Hearing experts advise against continuous
high volume operation. If you experience a ringing in
your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use.
CAUTION: NEVER expose the transceiver to rain,
snow or any liquids.
DO NOT use harsh solvents such as benzine or
alcohol when cleaning, as they will damage the transceiver surfaces.
R WARNING! NEVER operate or touch the trans-
DO NOT push the PTT switch when you don’t actu-
ceiver with wet hands. This may result in an electric
shock or damage to the transceiver.
ally desire to transmit.
R WARNING! NEVER apply AC power to the
[DC13.8V] socket on the transceiver rear panel. This
could cause a fire or damage the transceiver.
R WARNING! NEVER apply more than 16 V DC to
the [DC13.8V] socket on the transceiver rear panel, or
use reverse polarity. This could cause a fire or damage the transceiver.
R WARNING! NEVER cut the DC power cable
between the DC plug and fuse holder. If an incorrect
connection is made after cutting, the transceiver may
be damaged.
R WARNING! NEVER let metal, wire or other
objects protrude into the transceiver or into connectors
on the rear panel. This may result in an electric shock.
R WARNING! Immediately turn OFF the transceiver power and remove the power cable if it emits
an abnormal odor, sound or smoke. Contact your
Icom dealer or distributor for advice.
R WARNING! NEVER put the transceiver in any
unstable place (such as on a slanted surface or
vibrated place). This may cause injury and/or damage
to the transceiver.
CAUTION: NEVER change the internal settings of
the transceiver. This may reduce transceiver performance and/or damage to the transceiver.
In particular, incorrect settings for transmitter circuits,
such as output power, idling current, etc., might
damage the expensive final devices.
The transceiver warranty does not cover any problems caused by unauthorized internal adjustment.
DO NOT use or place the transceiver in areas with
temperatures below –10°C (+14°F) or above +60°C
(+140°F).
DO NOT place the transceiver in excessively dusty
environments or in direct sunlight.
DO NOT place the transceiver against walls or
putting anything on top of the transceiver. This may
overheat the transceiver.
Always place unit in a secure place to avoid inadvertent use by children.
BE CAREFUL! If you use a linear amplifier, set the
transceiver’s RF output power to less than the linear
amplifier’s maximum input level, otherwise, the linear
amplifier will be damaged.
BE CAREFUL! The rear panel will become hot
when operating the transceiver continuously for long
periods of time.
USE only the specified microphone. Other manufacturers’ microphones have different pin assignments,
and connection to the IC-7200 may damage the
transceiver or microphone.
During maritime mobile operation, keep the transceiver and microphone as far away as possible from
the magnetic navigation compass to prevent erroneous indications.
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PRECAUTIONS (CONTINUED)
During mobile operation, NEVER place the transceiver
where air bag deployment may be obstructed.
During mobile operation, DO NOT place the transceiver where hot or cold air blows directly onto it.
During mobile operation, DO NOT operate the transceiver without running the vehicle’s engine. When the transceiver’s power is ON and your vehicle’s engine is OFF,
the vehicle’s battery will quickly become exhausted.
Make sure the transceiver power is OFF before starting the vehicle engine. This will avoid possible damage
to the transceiver by ignition voltage spikes.
Turn OFF the transceiver’s power and/or disconnect
the DC power cable when you will not use the transceiver for long period of time.
ABOUT THE SUPPLIED CD
The following Instructions, Installers and Schematic
diagrams are included in the CD.
•Instruction manual
Instructions for the basic operation, the same as this
manual
•Advanced Instructions
Instructions for the advanced operations and more
details are described than in this manual.
•HAM radio Terms
The glossary of HAM radio terms
•Schematic Diagrams
The Block diagram and schematic diagrams.
•Adobe® Reader® Installer
Installer for Adobe® Reader®
To read the guide or instructions, Adobe ® Reader ® is
required. If you have not installed it, please install the
Adobe ® Reader ® in the CD or downloaded it from Adobe
Systems Incorporated’s website.
A PC with the following Operating System is required.
• Microsoft® Windows® 7, Microsoft® Windows Vista® or
Microsoft® Windows® XP
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DDStarting
the CD
qqInsert the CD into the CD drive.
• The Menu screen shown below is automatically displayed. If it doesn’t appear, double click “Autorun.exe”
in the CD.
wwClick the desired button to open the file.
• To close the Menu screen, click [Quit].
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT................................................................ i
FOREWORD............................................................... i
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS............................................. i
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES........................................ i
FCC INFORMATION................................................... i
PRECAUTIONS...........................................................ii
ABOUT THE SUPPLIED CD......................................iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS..............................................iv
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PANEL DESCRIPTION..................................... 1–7
■ Front panel......................................................... 1
■ Function display................................................. 6
■ Rear panel.......................................................... 7
2
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS........... 8–12
■ Unpacking.......................................................... 8
■ Selecting a location............................................ 8
■ Grounding.......................................................... 8
■ Connecting an antenna...................................... 8
■ Basic connections.............................................. 9
■ Power supply connections................................ 10
■ Connecting the DC Power Supply.................... 10
■ External antenna tuners................................... 11
■ Battery connections......................................... 11
■ Connecting a CW keyer................................... 12
3 OPERATION.................................................. 13–20
■ Before first applying power............................... 13
■ Applying power................................................. 13
■ Selecting the VFO and memory modes........... 13
■ Selecting VFO A/B........................................... 13
D Selecting VFO A/B....................................... 13
D Equalizing the VFOs.................................... 13
■ Setting the operating frequency....................... 14
D Selecting an operating band........................ 14
D Quick tuning function................................... 14
D Selecting ‘kHz’ step...................................... 15
D Selecting the 1 Hz and 10 Hz tuning steps.. 15
■ Entering a frequency from the keypad............. 16
■ Selecting operating mode................................ 16
■ Adjusting the audio volume.............................. 17
■ Using RF gain and Squelch control.................. 17
■ Locking the Dial................................................ 18
■ Basic transmit operation................................... 18
D Transmitting.................................................. 18
D Output power setting.................................... 18
D Microphone gain setting............................... 19
■ Measuring SWR............................................... 19
■ About the optional AH-4
automatic antenna tuner............................... 20
D Operating the AH-4...................................... 20
4 MEMORY OPERATION................................. 21–22
■ About the Memory channels............................ 21
■ Selecting Memory channels............................. 21
■ Programming Memory channels...................... 22
D Programming in the VFO mode................... 22
D Programming in the Memory mode.............. 22
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SCAN OPERATION....................................... 23–24
■ Scan types....................................................... 23
■ Preparation....................................................... 23
■ Scanning between programmed channels
(VFO mode)..................................................... 24
■ Scanning Memory channels
(Memory mode)................................................ 24
6 SET MODE.................................................... 25–34
■ General............................................................ 25
D Using the Quick Set mode........................... 25
D Using the Set mode..................................... 25
■ Items in the Quick Set mode............................ 26
■ Items in the Set mode...................................... 26
■ Quick Set mode................................................ 28
■ Set mode.......................................................... 29
D Connect a paddle to the [MIC] connector.... 34
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MAINTENANCE............................................ 35–37
■ Fuse replacement............................................ 35
■ DC power cable fuse replacement................... 35
■ Circuitry fuse replacement............................... 35
■ Memory backup................................................ 35
■ Cleaning........................................................... 35
■ Troubleshooting................................................ 36
■ Resetting the CPU........................................... 37
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OPTION INSTALLATIONS.................................. 38
■ Installing the MB-116 handles. ....................... 38
■ Installing the MB-117 carrying handle. ......... 38
■ Installing the MB-118
mobile mounting bracket............................... 38
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SPECIFICATIONS............................................... 39
■ General............................................................ 39
■ Transmitter........................................................ 39
■ Receiver........................................................... 39
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10OPTIONS............................................................. 40
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
■■Front panel
Function Display (p. 6)
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NB
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
TS
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
TUNER
FILTER
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
1.8
RIT GENE
M-CH/RIT
SET
!5
!6
qTUNING STEP KEY TS (pp. 14, 15)
➥Push to turn the Quick tuning function ON or
OFF.
• “√” appears above the 1 kHz icon when the Quick
tuning function is turned ON and the frequency is
changed in ‘kHz’ steps.
➥“√” appears when the Quick tuning function is
turned ON. Hold down for 1 second to enter tuning step Set mode.
After selecting a step, push again to return to normal operation.
• 0.1, 1, 5, 9 and 10 kHz tuning steps are selectable.
➥While the Quick tuning function is turned OFF,
hold down for 1 second to turn the 1 Hz step ON
or OFF.
• 1 Hz indication appears, and the frequency is changed
in 1 Hz steps.
wNOISE BLANKER KEY NB
➥Push to turn the noise blanker function ON or
OFF.
• “
” appears when the noise blanker function is
ON.
➥Hold down for 1 second to enter the noise blanker Set mode. Rotate [M-CH] to select, then rotate
[DIAL] to set the noise blanker level and blank width;
push again to return to normal operation.
• When entering the noise blanker Set mode, the noise
blanker function is automatically turned ON.
4 What is the noise blanker?
The noise blanker reduces pulse-type noise such
as that generated by automobile ignition systems.
This function is not effective against non pulse-type
noise.
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V/M 1
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P.AMP
ATT
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METER
V/M 1
1.8
MODE
NR
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eNR KEY NR
➥Push to turn the noise reduction function ON or
OFF.
• “
” appears when the noise reduction function is
ON.
➥Hold down for 1 second to enter the noise reduction level Set mode. Rotate [DIAL] to set the NR
level; push again to return to normal operation.
• When entering the noise reduction Set mode, the
noise reduction function is automatically turned ON.
4 What is the Noise Reduction function?
The Noise Reduction (NR) function removes random
noise from the receiver passband. The level is adjustable to allow maximum clarity without harming the
intelligibility of the desired signal. Noise Reduction
should generally not be used in the digital modes.
ANF
rANF/METER KEY METER
➥
Push to turn the Automatic Notch Filter function
ON or OFF in the SSB and AM modes.
• “
” appears when the automatic notch filter function is ON.
➥Hold down for 1 second to toggle the meter function.
PO ➟ SWR ➟ ALC
• PO : Displays the relative RF output power.
• SWR : Displays the SWR of the antenna. (p. 19)
• ALC : Displays ALC level. (p. 19)
4 What is the Automatic Notch Filter?
The Automatic Notch Filter is a narrow DSP filter that
automatically identifies and attenuates beat tones, tuning signals, CW, and so on, even if they are moving. It
removes them from the receiver passband while preserving the desired signal’s audio frequency response.
PANEL DESCRIPTION
tKEYPAD
F-INP ENT
BAND
➥After pushing
, push a key on the keypad to enter a frequency. After entering, push
F-INP ENT
BAND . (p. 16)
!1AGC/6/18 MHz BAND KEY
AGC ➥Push to toggle the time constant for the
AGC circuit between fast and slow.
• “F.AGC” appears when fast AGC is selected;
no indication appears when slow AGC is selected
➥Hold down for 1 second to turn OFF the
AGC function.
• For example To enter 14.195 MHz;
Push
and
F-INP ENT
BAND
F-INP ENT
BAND
.
,
1
1.8
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4
10
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28
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5
14
F-INP ENT
➥After holding down
BAND for 1 second, push
a key on the keypad to select the operating band.
(p. 14)
• After the band has been used once, the last used frequency is recalled when the band is selected again.
•
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selects the general coverage receive band.
➥Push or hold down a key to turn the specified function ON or OFF, as described in y to !6.
yVFO/MEMORY/1/1.8 MHz BAND KEY
V/M ➥Push to toggle the operating mode between the VFO mode and the memory
mode. (pp. 13, 21)
➥Hold down for 1 second to copy the memory contents to the VFO.
➔ uMEMORY WRITE/4/10 MHz BAND KEY
MW Hold down for 1 second to store the displayed VFO frequency and operating mode
into the selected memory channel. (p. 21)
iVFO SELECT/EQUALIZATION/2/3.5 MHz BAND KEY
A/B ➥Push to toggle between VFO A and
VFO B. (p. 13)
➥Hold down for 1 second to equalize the
frequency and operating mode of the two
VFOs. (p. 13)
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• The undisplayed VFO frequency and operating mode are set to the same frequency and
operating mode as the displayed VFO.
oMEMORY CLEAR/5/14 MHz BAND KEY
M-CL ➥Hold down for 1 second to clear the displayed frequency and operating mode in
the selected memory channel.
• “
” appears above the memory channel
number.
➥Hold down for 1 second, to select a default option or value when in the Set mode
or the Quick Set mode. (p. 25)
!0SPLIT/3/7 MHz BAND KEY
SPLIT ➥Push to turn the split function ON or
OFF.
• “
ON.
” appears when the split function is
➥ Hold down for 1 second to activate the
quick split function.
• VFO B’s frequency and operating mode are
set to the same frequency and operating
mode as the VFO A.
• The quick split function can be disabled in
the Set mode. (p. 30)
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• “AGC-OFF” appears.
!2VOX/9/28 MHz BAND KEY
VOX ➥Push to turn the VOX function ON or
OFF.
➥Hold down for 1 second to enter the VOX
Set mode; push again to return to normal
operation.
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4 What is the VOX function?
The VOX function (Voice-Operated Transmission)
activates the transmitter when you speak into the
microphone and automatically returns to receive
when you stop speaking.
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!3SCAN/8/24 MHz BAND KEY
SCAN Push to start/stop the programmed/memory
scan in the VFO/memory mode. (p. 24)
• “
6
” appears during a scan.
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!4MANUAL NOTCH FILTER/0/50 MHz BAND KEY
MNF ➥Push to turn the manual notch filter function ON or OFF.
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• “
” appears when the manual notch filter
function is ON.
➥Hold down for 1 second to enter the manual notch Set mode. Push again to return
to normal operation.
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!5SPEECH COMPRESSOR/7/21 MHz BAND KEY
COMP ➥Push to turn the speech compressor function ON or OFF.
12
• “
” appears when the speech compressor function is ON.
13
➥Hold down for 1 second to enter the
speech compression level Set mode.
14
• Rotate [DIAL] to set the compression level.
• Push again to return to normal operation.
15
!6RIT/•/GENERAL BAND KEY
RIT ➥Push to turn the RIT (Receiver Incremental Tuning) function ON or OFF.
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• “
” appears when the RIT function is ON.
• The RIT frequency can be adjusted with [MCH] control when the RIT mode is selected.
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➥Hold down for 1 second to add the RIT
frequency shift to the operating frequency.
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• Selectable only when the XFC (transmit frequency check function) is turned OFF.
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
■■ Front panel (Continued)
Speaker
Function Display (p. 6)
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NB
i7200
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TUNER
FILTER
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
.
RIT GENE
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
@8
@7
• The limit of the variable range depends on the passband
width and operating mode. The limit of the variable range
is half of the passband width, and PBT is adjustable in
200 Hz (AM) or 50 Hz (other modes) steps.
• Rotating both [TWIN PBT] controls (PBT1 and PBT2) to
the same position shifts the IF higher or lower.
4 What is the PBT control?
Generally, the PBT electronically narrows the IF
passband width to reject interference. This transceiver uses the DSP circuit for the PBT function.
PBT1
TWIN PBT
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@3
@2
@1 @0
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!8MODE KEY MODE (p. 16)
➥Push to cycle through the operating modes:
USB/LSB ➟ CW/CW-R ➟ RTTY/RTTY-R ➟ AM
➥Hold down for 1 second to toggle the following
operating modes:
USB ↔ LSB
CW ↔ CW-R (Reverse)
RTTY ↔ RTTY-R (Reverse)
• “CW-R” or “RTTY-R” appears when the reverse mode
is selected.
ou can temporarily disable modes you do not
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want to be selectable, in the Set mode. (pp. 33,
34)
!9RIT CONTROL INDICATOR
Lights orange when the [M-CH] control (@1) is selected as the RIT control.
PBT2
TWIN PBT
SET
@6 @5
!7PASSBAND TUNING CONTROLS [TWIN PBT]
Adjust the receiver’s DSP filter passband width.
METER
V/M 1
1.8
MODE
ANF
NR
@0MANUAL NOTCH FILTER CONTROL [MNF]
(outer control)
Rotate to adjust the notch filter frequency to reject
an interfering signal when while the manual notch
function is ON.
TWIN PBT
+
–
• Select the narrow, mid or wide filter width in the manual
notch filter Set mode.
Higher frequency
Lower frequency
High cut
3
Center
Low cut
4 What is the Manual Notch Filter?
The Manual Notch Filter is an adjustable narrow
DSP filter that removes tones from CW, SSB, AM or
RTTY or other signals, while preserving the desired
signal’s frequency response.
PANEL DESCRIPTION
@1M-CH/RIT CONTROL [M-CH] (inner control)
➥While in the Set mode/Quick Set mode, rotate to
select the Set mode item. (p. 25)
➥This control can be set as the memory channel
control or the RIT control.
@3PREAMP/ATTENUATOR KEY ATT
➥ Push to turn the preamp ON or OFF.
• The RIT function should be turned ON first to activate
this control as the RIT control.
-“
” appears when the RIT function is ON.
• The RIT control indicator (!9) lights orange when this
control is activated as the RIT control.
When [M-CH] acts as the M-CH control:
Rotate to select a memory channel (p. 21).
OFF
M-CH
Channel increases
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P.AMP
• “
” appears when the preamp is ON.
➥ Hold down for 1 second to turn ON the 20 dB attenuator; push to turn OFF the attenuator.
• “
” appears when the attenuator is ON.
4 What is the preamp?
The preamp amplifies signals in the receiver front
end (input) circuit to improve the sensitivity. Turn ON
the preamp when receiving weak signals.
4 What is the attenuator?
The attenuator prevents a strong undesired signal
near the desired frequency or near your location,
such as from a broadcast station, from causing distortion or spurious signals.
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3
Channel decreases
When [M-CH] acts as an RIT control:
Rotate to shift the receive frequency.
• Rotate the control clockwise to increase the frequency, or rotate the control counterclockwise to decrease
the frequency.
• The frequency shift range is ±9.999 kHz in 1 Hz steps
or ±9.99 kHz in 10 Hz steps, depending on the 1 Hz
or 10 Hz tuning steps settings.
Lights orange
@4MAIN DIAL [DIAL]
Frequency decreases
• About the [M-CH] control activation:
RIT control indicator (!9 on p. 3)
Lights
OFF
icon
Appears
(r on p. 6) Disappears
Acts as the Acts as the
RIT control memory chanN/A
nel control
M-CH/RIT
@2M-CH/RIT•SET KEY SET
➥Push to toggle the [M-CH] control between the
memory channel control and the RIT control.
• The RIT function should be turned ON first.
• The RIT control indicator (!9) lights orange when the
[M-CH] control functions as the RIT control.
➥ Hold down for 1 second to enter the Quick Set
mode. (p. 25)
➥ In the Quick Set mode, hold down for 1 second to
enter the Set mode (p. 25)
➥ In the Quick Set mode or Set mode, push to return to normal operation. (p. 25)
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7
• Rotate [DIAL] to adjust the filter width, then push the
key to return to normal operation.
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SPCH
@6SPCH•LOCK KEY
➥ Push to announce the displayed frequency and
S-meter level by the speech synthesizer.
9
• The items to be announced can be selected in the
Set mode. (p. 31)
10
➥ Hold down for 1 second to turn the dial lock function ON or OFF. (p. 18)
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12
4 What is the RIT function?
The RIT (Receiver Incremental Tuning) shifts the receive frequency without shifting the transmit frequency.
This is useful for fine tuning stations calling you off
frequency, or when you prefer to listen to slightly different sounding audio characteristics.
5
@5FILTER KEY FILTER
➥ Push to select the wide, mid or narrow IF filter
setting for the selected band.
➥ Hold down for 1 second to enter the filter Set
mode.
RIT
Frequency increases
4
Changes the displayed frequency and selects values for
selected Set mode/Quick Set mode items.
• The dial lock function electronically locks the main
dial.
•“
” appears while the dial lock function is ON.
13
@7POWER KEY
➥ Push to turn ON power.
14
• First turn ON the DC power supply.
➥ Hold down for 1 second to turn OFF power.
15
@8TUNER KEY TUNER (p. 20)
➥ Push to turn the automatic antenna tuner function ON or OFF.
16
• An optional antenna tuner must be connected.
• “
” appears when the automatic antenna tuner
function is ON.
17
18
➥ Hold down for 1 second to start the antenna tuner.
19
• An optional antenna tuner must be connected.
• When the tuner cannot tune the antenna within
20 seconds, the tuning circuit is automatically bypassed.
20
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
■■ Front panel (Continued)
Speaker
Function Display (p. 6)
NB
i7200
NR
V/M 1
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
1.8
MODE
TS
TUNER
FILTER
.
RIT GENE
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
#2
#1
ANF
METER
SET
#0 @9
@9AF CONTROL [AF] (inner control; p. 17)
Rotate clockwise to increase the audio output level;
counterclockwise to decrease it.
• When functioning as the RF GAIN/SQL control
S-meter squelch
threshold
Maximum RF gain
Squelch is open.
RF gain adjustable
range
Audio output
increases
Audio output
decreases
S-meter squelch
• When functioning as the RF GAIN control
(Squelch is fixed open; SSB, CW, RTTY only)
#0RF GAIN/SQUELCH CONTROL [RF/SQL]
(outer control: p. 17)
➥ Adjusts the RF gain and squelch threshold level.
Maximum RF gain
Adjustable range
Minimum RF gain
• When functioning as the SQL control
(RF gain is fixed at maximum.)
➥T
he squelch removes noise output from the
speaker (closed) when no signal is received.
• The squelch is usable in all modes.
• The control can be set as the squelch plus RF gain
controls, squelch control only (RF gain is fixed at
maximum) or Auto (RF gain control in SSB, CW and
RTTY; squelch control in AM) in the Set mode.
MODE
SET MODE SETTING
AUTO
SQL
RF + SQL
SSB, CW
RTTY
RF GAIN
SQL
RF GAIN + SQL
AM
SQL
SQL
RF GAIN + SQL
S-meter squelch
threshold
Squelch is open.
Lowest threshold
S-meter squelch
Highest threshold
#1HEADPHONE JACK [PHONES]
Accepts headphones with 8–16 Ω impedance.
• Output power: 5 mW with an 8 Ω load.
• When headphones are connected, the speaker audio is
disabled.
#2MICROPHONE CONNECTOR [MIC]
Accepts the supplied and optional microphones.
• See page 40 for appropriate microphones.
5
PANEL DESCRIPTION
1
■■Function display
q
w
e
@0
!9
r
t
!8
y
u
i
!7
!6
1
!5
!4
!3 !2 !1
!0
qMODE ICONS
Shows the selected operating mode.
!1NOISE REDUCTION ICON
Appears when the noise reduction function is ON.
• “ ” appears when the SSB/AM data mode is selected.
• “ -R” appears when the CW reverse or RTTY reverse
mode is selected. (p. 16)
!2NOISE BLANKER ICON
Appears when the noise blanker is ON.
wIF FILTER ICONS
Shows the selected IF filter.
➥“
” appears when the wide IF filter is selected.
“
” appears when the mid IF filter is selected.
➥
” appears when the narrow IF filter is selected.
➥
“
• “F.AGC” for AGC fast; “AGC-OFF” for AGC OFF; no icon
for AGC slow.
eLOCK ICON (p. 18)
Appears when the dial lock function is ON.
rRIT ICON
Appears when the RIT function is ON.
tMEMORY ICON (p. 21)
Appears when in the memory mode is selected.
yMEMORY CHANNEL NUMBER READOUT
(p. 21)
Shows the selected memory channel number.
uVFO ICONS (p. 13)
“VFO A” or “VFO B” appears when the VFO mode is
selected.
iBLANK ICON
Appears when the selected memory channel is
blank.
• This icon appears in both the VFO and memory modes.
oS/RF METER
➥ Displays the receiving signal strength.
➥ Displays either the transmit power (PO), SWR or
ALC while transmitting. (p. 19)
!0NOTCH ICONS
➥ “
” appears when the automatic notch function is ON.
➥ “
” appears when the manual notch function
is ON.
2
o
3
4
5
!3AGC ICONS
Displays the selected AGC time constant.
6
7
!4TUNE ICON (p. 20)
➥ Appears when an automatic antenna tuner is activated.
➥ Blinks while tuning.
!5BREAK-IN ICONS
➥ “BK” appears when the semi break-in function is
ON.
➥ “F-BK” appears when the full break-in function is
ON.
8
9
10
11
12
!6RECEIVE ICON
Appears while receiving a signal or when the squelch
is open.
!7FUNCTION ICONS
➥ “
” appears when the speech compressor
is ON in the SSB mode.
” appears when the VOX function is ON.
➥ “
” appears when the Split function is ON.
➥ “
” appears when preamp is ON.
➥ “
” appears when the attenuator is ON.
➥ “
” appears during a scan.
➥ “
13
14
15
16
17
• Blinks when the scan is paused.
18
!8FREQUENCY READOUT
Displays the operating frequency.
19
!9QUICK TUNING STEP ICON
Appears when the Quick tuning function is selected.
(p. 14)
20
@0TRANSMIT ICON
Appears while transmitting.
21
6
1
PANEL DESCRIPTION
■■Rear panel
REMOTE E X T SP
!1
!0
o
i
TUNER
q
GND
DC 13.8V
w
e
qTUNER CONTROL SOCKET [TUNER] (p. 11)
Accepts the control cable from an optional antenna
tuner.
wGROUND TERMINAL [GND] (p. 8)
Connects to a ground to prevent electrical shocks,
TVI, BCI and other problems.
eDC POWER SOCKET [DC 13.8V] (p. 10)
Accepts 13.8 V DC through the supplied DC power
cable.
Rear panel view
rACCESSORY SOCKET [ACC]
Enables connection to external equipment such as
a TNC for data communications, a linear amplifier or
an automatic antenna tuner, and so on.
• See the PDF type Advanced Instructions for socket wiring information.
tELECTRONIC KEYER JACK [KEY]
Accepts a key or paddle connector for the internal
electronic keyer.
• The keyer type selection between the internal electronic
keyer and straight key operation can be made in the Set
mode. (p. 33)
When connecting
a straight key
When connecting
a paddle
7
(⊕)
(dot)
(com)
(dash)
If you use an external electronic keyer, make sure
the output voltage of the keyer is less than 0.4 V
when keying the transmitter.
KEY
ACC
r
t
SEND
ALC
y
ANT
u
ySEND CONTROL JACK [SEND]
Goes to ground while transmitting to control external equipment such as a linear amplifier.
• Max. control level: 16 V DC/0.5 A
uALC INPUT JACK [ALC]
Connects to the ALC output jack of a non-Icom linear amplifier.
iANTENNA CONNECTOR [ANT] (p. 8)
Accepts a PL-259 connector and a 50 Ω coaxial
cable from an antenna tuner or an antenna.
oCI-V REMOTE CONTROL JACK [REMOTE]
➥ Designed for use with a PC for remote control of
the transceiver functions.
➥ Used for transceiver operation with another Icom
CI-V transceiver or receiver.
!0EXTERNAL SPEAKER JACK [EXT SP]
Connects a 4–8 ø external speaker.
• When an external speaker is connected, the internal
speaker is disabled.
!1USB (Universal Serial Bus) PORT [
]
Connects a USB cable for transceiver modulation
input, the transceiver operation with a PC, and the
received audio sent to the PC.
About the USB driver:
The USB driver and the installation guide can be
downloaded from our website.
➥➥ http://www.icom.co.jp/world/
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
2
■■Unpacking
■■Connecting an antenna
After unpacking, immediately report any damage to
the delivering carrier or dealer. Keep the shipping cartons.
For radio communications, the antenna is of critical
importance for output power and sensitivity. Use wellmatched 50 ø antennas and coaxial feedline. An SWR
(standing wave ratio) of 1.5:1 or lower is recommended when transmitting.
For a description and a diagram of accessory equipment included with the IC-7200, see ‘Supplied accessories’ on page i of this manual.
CAUTION: Protect your transceiver from lightning
by using a lightning arrestor.
■■Selecting a location
Select a location for the transceiver that allows adequate air circulation, is free from extreme heat, cold,
or vibrations, and away from TV sets, TV antenna elements, radios and other electromagnetic sources.
The base of the transceiver has an adjustable stand
for desktop use. Set the stand to one of two angles, depending on your operating conditions.
PL-259 CONNECTOR INSTALLATION EXAMPLE
1
q
Slide the coupling ring
down. Strip the cable
jacket and tin.
2
Strip the cable as
shown at the left. Tin
the center conductor.
4
30 mm
Tin
10 mm
Coupling ring
w
10 mm
Tin
3
5
1–2 mm
solder solder
e
6
Slide the connector
body on and solder it.
r
7
Screw the coupling
ring onto the connector body.
8
9
30 mm (1.2 in) 10 mm (0.4 in) 1–2 mm (0.04–0.08 in)
10
Stand
Antenna SWR
■■Grounding
To prevent electrical shock, television interference
(TVI), broadcast interference (BCI) and other problems, ground the transceiver through the GROUND
terminal on the rear panel.
For best results, connect a copper or copper-plated
ground rod driven into the earth. Make the distance
between the [GND] terminal and ground as short and
straight as possible.
11
Each antenna is tuned for a specified frequency range
and the SWR may increase out-of-range. When the
SWR is higher than approximately 2.0:1, the transceiver’s power drops to protect the final transistors.
In this case, an optional antenna tuner is useful to
match the transceiver and antenna. Low SWR allows
full power for transmitting, even when using the antenna tuner. The IC-7200 has an SWR meter to continuously monitor the antenna SWR.
12
13
14
15
16
17
R WARNING! NEVER connect the [GND]
terminal to a gas or electric conduit, since the connection could cause an explosion or electric shock.
18
19
20
21
[GND]
8
2
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
■■Basic connections
• Front panel
Microphones (p. 40)
NB
i7200
Optional
SM-30
HM-36
MODE
TS
TUNER
FILTER
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
• Rear panel
HF/50 MHz ANTENNA
PS-126
GROUND (p. 8)
Use the heaviest gauge wire
or strap available and make
the connection as short and
straight as possible.
Grounding prevents electrical
shocks, TVI and other problems.
9
.
RIT GENE
SPCH
DC POWER SUPPLY (p. 10)
ANF
METER
A/B 2
1.8
Optional
SM-50
NR
V/M 1
CW KEY
A straight or bug key can be used
when the internal electronic keyer is
turned OFF in the Set mode. (p. 33)
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
2
■■Power supply connections
Use a DC power supply with at least a 22 A capacity
when operating the transceiver with AC power. Refer
to the diagrams below.
CAUTION: Before connecting the DC power cable, check the following important items. Make sure:
• The
switch is OFF.
• Output voltage of the power source is 12–15 V.
• DC power cable polarity is correct.
Red : Positive + terminal
Black: Negative _ terminal
1
2
■■Connecting the DC Power Supply
3
CONNECTING THE PS-126 DC POWER SUPPLY
AC outlet
4
Transceiver
PS-126
CAUTION: The rear panel will
become hot when continuously operating the transceiver for long periods.
AC cable
DC power cable
To DC power socket
BE CAREFUL when disconnecting
the DC power cable because the
connector is tightly locked. Use a small
tool, such as a flat-bladed screwdriver,
to disengage the locking tab.
5
6
7
8
9
10
CONNECTING A NON-ICOM DC POWER SUPPLY
11
AC outlet
12
A DC power supply
Transceiver
13.8 V; at least 22 A
CAUTION: The rear panel will
become hot when continuously operating the transceiver for long periods.
Red Black
+
_
30 A fuses
AC cable
Supplied DC power cable
To DC power socket
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
10
2
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
■■Battery connections
•R
WARNING NEVER connect to a battery
without supplying a DC fuse, otherwise a fire
hazard could occur.
•N
EVER connect the transceiver to a 24 V battery.
The transceiver may not receive well on some frequencies when installed in a hybrid vehicle, or any type of
electric vehicle (fuel cell vehicle). This is because vehicle’s electric components such as the inverter system
generate a lot of electric noise.
• DO NOT use a cigarette lighter socket as a power
source when operating in a vehicle. The plug may cause
voltage drops and ignition noise may be superimposed
onto transmit or receive audio.
• Use a rubber grommet when passing the DC
power cable through a metal plate to prevent a
short circuit.
The IC-7200 is not certified for vehicle installation
in European countries.
CONNECTING A VEHICLE BATTERY
Note: Use terminals for
the cable connections.
Crimp
red
black
Grommet
12 V
battery
Solder
Supplied
DC power cable
■■External antenna tuners
CONNECTING an AH-4
Long wire or optional AH-2b
Coaxial cable
IC-7200
[TUNER]
[ANT]
Ground
(from the AH-4)
AH-4
Ground
CONNECTING an AT-180
ACC cable supplied with the AT-180
HF/6 m
antenna
Coaxial cable supplied
with the AT-180
[ACC]
[ANT]
[ANT]
AT-180
[ACC]
Either of the two
external connectors
IC-7200
Ground
• Turn the IC-7200’s power OFF when connecting the
AT-180, otherwise, the CPU may malfunction and
the AT-180 may not function properly.
11
[TRANSCEIVER]
Ground
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
2
■■Connecting a CW keyer
Rear panel
Set mode settings (p. 33)
KEY
N o rma l
Paddle polarity: Normal
ACC
R ev e rs e
1
13
9 10 11 12
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
For no break-in operation:
Connect an external switch
such as a foot switch; or use
the RTTY SEND terminal for
all bands.
Paddle
Paddle polarity: Reverse
Bug
Keyer type: Bug-key
2
3
4
5
6
Keyer type: Straight-key
Straight key
* When connecting an external electronic keyer,
set the keyer type to ‘St’ (straight-key).
7
8
9
10
11
MIC
Mic Up/Down keyer: ON
See page 34 for connection
details: Paddle operation from
the [MIC] connector.
Microphone (HM-36)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
12
3
OPERATION
■■Before first applying power
Before first applying power, make sure all connections required for your system are complete by referring to
Chapter 2 or the PDF type Advanced Instructions.
After all connections have been done, set controls and switch as shown in the figure below.
NB
i7200
[AF]: Max. CCW*
MODE
TS
TUNER
FILTER
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
.
RIT GENE
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
SET
[RF/SQL]: Center
* CCW: counterclockwise
METER
A/B 2
1.8
[TWIN PBT]: Center
ANF
NR
V/M 1
[POWER]: OFF
■■Applying power
First applying power:
Reset the transceiver using the following procedure.
MODE
A/B 2
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
= 3.5
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
ANF
METER
V/M 1
1.8
SPLIT 3
7
6
AGC 18
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
qMake sure the transceiver power is OFF.
ENT
wW hile holding down F-INPBAND
and M-CL , push
to turn ON power.
NR
NB
esetting CLEARS all programmed contents in
R
memory channels and returns to their default values in Quick Set mode and Set mode.
SET
5
M-CL 14
F-INP ENT
BAND
• The internal CPU is reset.
• The transceiver displays its initial VFO frequencies
when resetting is complete.
eAll Quick Set mode and Set mode settings are returned to their default values. (pp. 26, 27)
Normal applying power:
Push
to turn ON power, then check the display.
If any of icons appear, turn them OFF if necessary. (See
the appropriate page for details).
■■Selecting the VFO
and memory modes
Under cooler temperatures, the LCD may appear
dark and unstable after turning ON power. This is
normal and does not indicate an equipment malfunction.
■■Selecting VFO A/B
DDSelecting VFO A/B
Push
A/B
=
ush V/M to toggle between the VFO and memory
P
modes.
to select either VFO A or VFO B.
Either “
” or “
” appears.
➔
NB
V/M 1
1.8
4
MW 10
NR
ANF
METER
A/B 2
= 3.5
5
M-CL 14
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
ANF
METER
A/B 2
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
1.8
NB
NR
V/M 1
= 3.5
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
SPLIT 3
7
MODE
6
AGC 18
TS
TUNER FILTER
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
SPLIT 3
7
6
AGC 18
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
DDEqualizing the VFOs
old down A/B for 1 second to set the undisplayed
H
VFO frequency and mode to the displayed VFO frequency
=
• 3 beeps sound when the VFO equalization is completed.
13
OPERATION
3
■■Setting the operating frequency
DDSelecting an operating band
The transceiver has a band stacking register. This
function automatically memorizes the last operating
frequency and mode used on a particular band.
This is convenient for contest operation.
Band keys
NB
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
See the table below for a list of the bands available
and the default settings for each register.
REGISTER
1.900000 MHz CW
3.550000 MHz LSB
7.050000 MHz LSB
10.120000 MHz CW
14.100000 MHz USB
18.100000 MHz USB
ANF
METER
A/B 2
1.8
MODE
BAND
1.8 MHz
3.5 MHz
7 MHz
10 MHz
14 MHz
18 MHz
NR
V/M 1
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
BAND
21 MHz
24 MHz
28 MHz
50 MHz
General
0
MNF 50
SET
REGISTER
21.200000 MHz USB
24.950000 MHz USB
28.500000 MHz USB
50.100000 MHz USB
15.000000 MHz USB
2
3
4
5
• Operation example
[Example]: 14 MHz band
ENT
qqHold down F-INPBAND
for 1 second to enter the band
selection mode.
wwPush the desired band key to select the corresponding band.
5
(Example: Push 14
to select 14 MHz band.)
1
V/M 1
A/B 2
SPLIT 3
MW 4
M-CL 5
AGC 6
COMP 7
SCAN 8
VOX
MNF 0
F-INP ENT
BAND
1.8
10
• The last operated frequency and mode are memorized.
21
RIT
eeRotate [DIAL] to set the desired frequency.
.
GENE
=
3.5
14
24
50
7
18
9
28
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DDQuick tuning function
The operating frequency can be changed in steps of
(0.1, 1, 5, 9 or 10 kHz selectable) for quick tuning.
qqPush
TS
to turn ON the Quick tuning function.
• “Z” appears.
Appears
NB
NR
ANF
METER
V/M 1
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
1.8
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
0
MNF 50
P.AMP
ATT
SET
[DIAL]
14
15
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
13
wwRotate [DIAL] to change the frequency in programmed kHz steps.
eePush TS again to turn OFF the Quick tuning function.
• “Z” disappears.
rRotate [DIAL] for normal tuning, if desired.
16
17
18
19
20
21
14
3
OPERATION
DDSelecting ‘kHz’ step
When the Quick tuning function is selected, the frequency can be changed in the selected ‘kHz’ steps.
• 0.1, 1, 5, 9 or 10 kHz are selectable.
NB
NR
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
= 3.5
to turn ON the Quick tuning function.
Appears
0
MNF 50
SPLIT 3
7
6
AGC 18
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
wwHold down TS for 1 second to enter the tuning
step Set mode.
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
TS
• “Z” appears.
ANF
A/B 2
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
METER
V/M 1
1.8
qqPush
SET
[DIAL]
eeRotate [DIAL] to select the desired tuning step of
0.1, 1, 5, 9 or 10 kHz.
rPush TS to exit the tuning step Set mode.
tRotate [DIAL] to change the frequency according
to the set tuning step.
yPush TS to turn OFF the Quick tuning function.
• “Z” disappears.
DDSelecting the 1 Hz and 10 Hz tuning steps
When the Quick tuning step icon, “Z,” disappears, rotating [DIAL] changes the frequency in increments of
1 or 10 Hz.
OTE: The frequency is changed in 50 Hz steps
N
when the [UP]/[DN] switches of the microphone
are used for the frequency setting (when the Quick
tuning step is not selected, “Z” disappears.)
NB
SPLIT 3
7
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
SET
[DIAL]
10 Hz tuning
ANF
= 3.5
MW
•W
hen the 1 Hz step is selected, the 1 Hz digit appears in
the frequency display; when the 10 Hz step is selected, the
1 Hz digit disappears from the frequency display.
• Rotating [DIAL] changes the frequency in 1 Hz or 10 Hz
tuning step.
METER
A/B 2
1.8
MODE
NR
4
10
V/M 1
➥➥Hold down TS for 1 second to toggle between the
1 Hz and 10 Hz step settings.
Rotating [DIAL] changes the
frequency in 10 Hz steps.
1 Hz tuning
Appears
Rotating [DIAL] changes the
frequency in 1 Hz steps.
15
Hold down
TS
for 1 second
OPERATION
3
■■Entering a frequency from the keypad
The transceiver has a keypad for direct frequency entry, as described to the right.
ENT
qqPush F-INPBAND
.
wwInput the desired frequency with the numeric keys
on the keypad.
•
• Push GENE
to input “• (decimal point)” between the
MHz digits and kHz digits.
eePush
F-INP ENT
BAND
to set the input frequency.
M-CH/RIT
SET
• To cancel the input, push
keypad key).
(or any key except a
[EXAMPLE]
1
• 14.025 MHz
F-INP ENT
BAND
V/M
1
1.8
MW
4
10
RIT
.
MNF
GENE
0
50
A/B
=
2
3.5
M-CL
5
F-INP ENT
BAND
14
2
3
4
• 706 kHz
F-INP ENT
BAND
MNF
0
50
RIT
.
GENE
COMP
7
21
MNF
0
50
AGC
6
18
5
F-INP ENT
BAND
6
7
• 21.280 MHz � 21.245 MHz
.
F-INP ENT RIT
BAND
GENE
A/B
=
2
3.5
MW
4
10
M-CL
5
14
8
F-INP ENT
BAND
9
10
11
■■Selecting operating mode
12
The following modes are selectable in the IC-7200:
SSB (USB/LSB), SSB data (USB data/LSB data),
CW, CW-R (CW Reverse), RTTY, RTTY-R (RTTY Reverse), AM and AM data modes.
NB
NR
ANF
METER
V/M 1
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
1.8
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
➥➥Push MODE one or more times to select a desired
operation mode.
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
OTE: If a desired operating mode cannot be seN
lected, it may be disabled in the Set mode. (pp. 33,
34)
14
15
M-CH/RIT
SET
• The selected mode icon is displayed in the display.
➥➥In the SSB mode, hold down MODE for 1 second
to toggle between USB and LSB.
➥➥In the CW mode, hold down MODE for 1 second to
toggle between CW and CW Reverse.
➥➥In the RTTY mode, hold down MODE for 1 second
to toggle between RTTY and RTTY Reverse.
➥➥SSB data (USB data/LSB data) or AM data mode
can be selected in the Quick Set mode. (p. 28)
13
16
OPERATING MODE SELECTION
USB
LSB
17
Push
MODE
CW
CW-R
RTTY
RTTY-R
AM
Hold down
MODE
for 1 second
18
19
20
21
16
3
OPERATION
■■Adjusting the audio volume
Rotate the [AF] control clockwise to increase the audio output level; counterclockwise to decrease it.
• Set a suitable audio level.
NB
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
MW
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
ANF
METER
A/B 2
1.8
MODE
NR
4
10
V/M 1
Audio output
increases
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
SET
Audio output
decreases
[AF]
■■Using RF gain and Squelch control
The [RF/SQL] control adjusts the RF gain and squelch
threshold level. The squelch stops noise output from
the speaker (closed position) when no signal is received.
• The 12 o’clock position is recommended for any setting of
the [RF/SQL] control.
• The [RF/SQL] control can be set as the RF gain control
only (squelch is fixed open) or squelch control (RF gain is
fixed at maximum) in the Set mode (p. 29).
MODE
NB
ANF
METER
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
1.8
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
[RF/SQL]
SET MODE SETTING
AUTO
SQL
RF + SQL
SSB, CW
RTTY
RF GAIN
SQL
RF GAIN + SQL
AM
SQL
SQL
RF GAIN + SQL
❍ Adjusting the RF gain (Receive sensitivity)
Normally, the [RF/SQL] control is set to the 12 o’clock
position.
Rotate the [RF/SQL] control to the 11 o’clock position
for maximum sensitivity.
• Rotate the [RF/SQL] control clockwise to increase the receiver sensitivity, counterclockwise to decrease it.
• The S-meter indicates receive sensitivity.
❍ Adjusting the squelch (Removing non-signal noise)
Rotate the [RF/SQL] control to the 1 o’clock position to invoke the S-meter squelch— this allows you
to set the minimum signal level needed to open the
squelch.
• A segment appears in the S-meter to indicate the S-meter
squelch level.
• When functioning as an RF GAIN/SQL control
Squelch is open.
RF gain adjustable
range
S-meter squelch
threshold
Maximum RF gain
S-meter squelch
• When functioning as an RF GAIN control
Maximum RF gain
Adjustable range
Minimum RF gain
• When functioning as a SQL control
S-meter squelch
threshold
Squelch is open.
Lowest Threshold
17
NR
V/M 1
S-meter squelch
Highest Threshold
OPERATION
3
■■Locking the Dial
The dial lock function prevents accidental changes by
[DIAL] being rotated.
NB
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
ANF
METER
A/B 2
1.8
MODE
NR
V/M 1
0
MNF 50
SPCH
➥➥Hold
down
for 1 second to turn the dial lock
function ON or OFF.
•“
” appears when the dial lock function is ON.
Appears
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
SET
1
2
3
■■Basic transmit operation
Before transmitting, monitor your selected operating frequency to make sure transmitting won’t cause
interference to other stations on the same frequency.
It’s good Amateur practice to listen first. On the HF bands, even if nothing is heard, ask “is the frequency
in use” once or twice, before you begin operating on that frequency.
DDTransmitting
qqPush [PTT] (microphone) to transmit.
•“
5
6
7
Appears while transmitting
8
” appears.
wwRelease [PTT] to return to receive.
•“
4
9
” disappears.
10
11
DDOutput power setting
If a linear amplifier is connected, such as the ICPW1/EURO, set the output power using the ALC meter to the ALC zone (see “Microphone gain setting”
below.) The ALC meter reading should be within
this zone, otherwise the linear amplifier will not work
NB
V/M 1
1.8
MW
4
10
NR
ANF
METER
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
SET
[DIAL]
M-CH/RIT
SET
to exit the Quick Set mode.
• Available power
SSB/CW/RTTY : 2–100 W
AM
: 1–25 W*
(*Carrier power)
[M-CH]
15
16
17
• Output power is displayed in 101 steps (Low, 1–100.)
r Push
13
14
M-CH/RIT
properly.
qqHold down M-CH/RIT
for 1 second to enter the Quick
SET
Set mode.
wwRotate [M-CH] to select “RF POWER.”
eeRotate [DIAL] to select the desired output level.
12
When maximum output power
“100” is selected (default)
18
19
20
21
18
3
OPERATION
■■ Basic transmit operation (Continued)
DDMicrophone gain setting
Microphone gain must be adjusted properly so that
your signal does not distort when transmitted.
NB
ANF
METER
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
1.8
qqSelect the SSB or AM mode.
ANF
wwHold down METER
for 1 second once or twice to
select the ALC meter.
eeHold down M-CH/RIT
for 1 second to enter the Quick
SET
Set mode.
r Rotate [M-CH] to select “MIC GAIN.”
t Push [PTT] to transmit.
NR
V/M 1
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
[DIAL]
[M-CH]
• Speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.
y While speaking into the microphone, rotate [DIAL]
so that the ALC meter reading stays within the
ALC zone.
When “50” is selected (default)
•M
icrophone gain is adjusted in 1% steps (0% to 100%).
u Release [PTT] to receive.
i Push M-CH/RIT
to exit the Quick Set mode.
SET
ALC zone
■■Measuring SWR
The IC-7200 has a built-in circuit for measuring antenna SWR—no external equipment is necessary.
qqPush MODE to select the RTTY mode.
wwSet the output power to 30 watts or more. (p. 18)
ANF
eeHold down METER for 1 second several times to select the SWR meter.
rPush [PTT] to transmit, then read the actual SWR
on the meter.
NB
NR
ANF
METER
V/M 1
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
1.8
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
• ≤ 1.5 well-matched antenna
• > 1.5 may indicate your antenna is out of its wellmatched frequency range. If over 2.0, check antenna
and cable connections.
Appears
The best match is in this range.
Refer to the PDF type Advanced instructions for transmission details on the CW/RTTY modes.
19
OPERATION
3
■■About the optional AH-4 automatic antenna tuner
The AH-4 matches the IC-7200 to a long wire antenna
more than 7 m/23 ft long (3.5 MHz and above).
R DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE!
• See page 14 for connection.
• See the AH-4 instruction manual for AH-4 installation and
antenna connection details.
NEVER touch the antenna element while tuning or
transmitting.
AH-4 setting example:
NEVER operate the AH-4 without an antenna connected.
The tuner and transceiver will be damaged.
For mobile operation
Optional AH-2b
antenna element
NEVER operate the AH-4 when it is ungrounded.
Transmitting before tuning may damage the transceiver.
Note that the AH-4 cannot tune when using a 1⁄2λ long wire
or on a multiple of that frequency.
For outdoor operation
1
2
3
Long wire
4
5
6
DDOperating the AH-4
Tuning is required for each frequency. Be sure to
retune the antenna before transmitting when you
change the frequency—even slightly.
q Set a desired frequency in an HF band.
• The AH-4 will not operate on frequencies outside of the
ham bands.
w Hold down TUNER for 1 second.
” blinks while tuning.
•“
e “
” is still ON after the tuning is completed.
• When the connected wire cannot be tuned, “
”
goes out, the AH-4 is bypassed and the antenna wire
is directly connected.
r Push TUNER to manually bypass the AH-4.
” goes out.
•“
7
CONVENIENT
• PTT tune function (p. 30)
The AH-4 always tunes when [PTT] is pushed after the frequency is changed (more than 1%). This function replaces
the “hold down TUNER ” operation and is activated on the
first transmission on the new frequency.
Turn ON this function in the Set mode.
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Appears when the antenna tuner is ON.
Blinks while tuning.
17
18
19
20
21
20
4
MEMORY OPERATION
■■About the Memory channels
The transceiver has 201 memory channels, including 2 scan
edge channels.
The Memory mode is very useful to quickly select often-used
frequencies.
All 201 memory channels are tunable, which means the programmed frequency can be tuned temporarily by rotating
[DIAL], even, in the memory mode.
MEMORY
CHANNEL
MEMORY
CHANNEL
NUMBER
CAPABILITY
COPY
TO VFO
OVER­
WRITING
CLEAR
Regular memory
channels
1–199
Independent transmit and receive frequencies
and mode in each memory channel.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Scan edge
memory channels
P1, P2
One frequency and one mode in each memory
channel to use as scan edges for a programmed
scan.
Yes
Yes
No
■■Selecting Memory channels
qqPush
V/M
to select the Memory mode.
” appears.
•“
wwRotate [M-CH] to select the desired memory channel.
• If the RIT control indicator is bright orange, push
M-CH/RIT
to turn OFF the RIT and set the [M-CH] conSET
trol to memory channel control. (See details below.)
• All memory channels, including blank channels, can be
selected.
• Pushing [UP]/[DN] on the microphone also selects the
memory channels. Only programmed memory channels are selectable using the microphone buttons.
RIT control
indicator
➔
RIT control indicator
goes out
NB
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
MW
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
ANF
METER
A/B 2
1.8
MODE
NR
4
10
V/M 1
.
RIT GENE
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
[M-CH]
[EXAMPLE]: Selecting memory channel 17.
VFO mode
Higher channels
Lower channels
About the [M-CH] control:
When the RIT control indicator lights orange, the memory channels cannot be selected by rotating the [M-CH]
control because the [M-CH] control acts as the RIT control. Push M-CH/RIT
to set the [M-CH] control to memory
SET
channel control (RIT control indicator goes out).
Memory mode
Appears
Rotate [M-CH]
Channel 17 is selected.
21
Push
MEMORY OPERATION
4
■■Programming Memory channels
You can program the Memory channels in either the
VFO mode or the Memory mode.
DDProgramming in the VFO mode
V/M
➔
qqPush
to select the VFO mode.
wwRotate [DIAL] to set the desired frequency, and
then push MODE to set the operating mode.
eeRotate [M-CH] to select the desired memory channel.
[EXAMPLE]: Programming 7.088 MHz/LSB
into channel 12.
Push
VFO mode
• If the RIT control indicator lights orange, push M-CH/RIT
.
SET
• “
” appears if the selected memory channel is a
blank channel (one without any stored data).
Rotate [DIAL]
Push
2
RIT control indicator
goes out
Rotate [M-CH]
Higher channels
Lower channels
rHold down MW for 1 second to enter the displayed
frequency and operating mode into the selected
memory channel.
Hold down
7.088 MHz/LSB are programmed into channel 12.
qqPush V/M to select the Memory mode.
wwRotate [M-CH] to select the desired memory channel.
[EXAMPLE]: Programming 21.280 MHz/USB
into channel 18.
Push
Memory mode
➔
.
RIT control indicator
goes out
5
6
8
Rotate [M-CH]
Current frequency and mode in channel 18
Rotate [DIAL]
New frequency and mode entered
Push
• To program a blank channel, directly enter the frequency entry with the keypad. (p. 16)
r Hold down MW for 1 second to enter the displayed
frequency and operating mode into the memory
channel.
11
13
14
15
Lower channels
eeRotate [DIAL] to set the desired frequency, and
push MODE to set the operating mode.
10
12
Higher channels
• Three beeps sound when memory entry is completed
4
9
DDProgramming in the Memory mode
• If the RIT control indicator lights orange, push
•M
emory channel contents appear in the display.
3
7
• Three beeps sound when memory entry is completed.
M-CH/RIT
SET
1
16
17
18
Hold down
Write new data into channel 18
19
20
21.280 MHz/USB are now in channel 18.
21
22
5
SCAN OPERATION
■■Scan types
Scanning automatically searches for signals and
makes it easier to locate new stations for contact or
listening purposes. The IC-7200 has two scan types;
Programmed scan and Memory scan.
PROGRAMMED SCAN
MEMORY SCAN
Repeatedly scans between two scan edge frequencies
(scan edge memory channels P1 and P2).
Repeatedly scans all programmed memory channels
that are not blank.
BLANK
Scan
Scan edge P1 or P2
Mch 2
Scan edge P2 or P1
Jump
This scan is for the VFO mode.
Mch 3
Mch 4
Mch 1
Mch 5
Mch 199
Mch 7
Mch 6
This scan is for the memory mode.
■■Preparation
• Channels
For a programmed scan:
Program scan edge frequencies into scan edge memory
channels P1 and P2.
For a memory scan:
Program two or more memory channels other than scan
edge memory channels.
• Scan resume ON/OFF
In the Set mode, you can select the scan to resume or cancel when a signal is detected.
Scan resume must be set to ON or OFF before starting a
scan. See page 31 for ON/OFF setting and scan resume details.
• Scan speed
You can select High or Low scan speeds in the Set mode.
See page 31 for details.
• Squelch status
❍ Scan starts with the squelch open
For a programmed scan:
When the tuning step is 1 kHz or less:
The scan continues until it is manually stopped by pushing SCAN , and does not pause*, even if signals are detected.
* The scan pauses when the squelch is closed and then
opens (Scan resumes after 10 seconds has passed when
the scan resume is ON. The scan is cancelled when resume is OFF).
When the tuning step is more than 5 kHz:
The scan pauses on each step when the scan re-
sume is ON; not applicable when resume is OFF.
For a memory scan:
The scan pauses on each channel when the scan resume is ON; not applicable when it is OFF.
❍ Scan starts with squelch closed
The scan stops when a signal is detected.
If you set scan resume ON in the Set mode, the scan pauses
for 10 seconds when detecting a signal, then resumes. When
a signal disappears while the scan is paused, scanning resumes 2 seconds later.
NOTE: If the [RF/SQL] control function is set to
“AUTO,” the squelch is always open in the SSB, CW
and RTTY modes. (pp. 5, 17, 29)
23
SCAN OPERATION
5
■■Scanning between programmed channels (VFO mode)
A programmed scan searches for signals between
scan edge memory channels P1 and P2.
The default frequencies for these memories are
0.500000 MHz and 29.99999 MHz.
See the PDF type Advanced Instructions for scan
edges programming details.
NB
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
SPCH
V/M
to select the VFO mode.
MODE
to select the desired operating
ANF
METER
A/B 2
1.8
TUNER FILTER
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
➔
qqPush
wwPush
mode.
NR
V/M 1
[RF/SQL]
1
• The operating mode can be changed while scanning.
eePush
TS
to select a tuning step.
2
• The tuning step cannot be changed while scanning.
(The programmed tuning function can be turned ON or
OFF while scanning.)
3
r Set the [RF/SQL] control open or closed.
• See the previous page for squelch status details.
t Push
SCAN
to start the scan.
•“
” appears while scanning.
4
5
Appears
y When the scan detects a signal, the scan either
ignores it, pauses or the scan stops, depending on
the resume setting and the squelch status.
u To cancel the scan, push SCAN .
6
7
8
NOTE: If the same frequencies are programmed
into both scan edge memory channels P1 and P2,
programmed scan cannot start.
9
10
■■Scanning Memory channels (Memory mode)
11
A memory scan searches through memory channel
1 to 199 for signals. Blank (unprogrammed) memory
channels are skipped.
12
NB
➔
•“
” appears while scanning.
r When the scan detects a signal, the scan stops or
pauses depending on the resume setting.
t To cancel the scan push SCAN .
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
ANF
METER
V/M 1
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
1.8
qqPush V/M to select the Memory mode.
wwClose the squelch with the [RF/SQL] control.
eePush SCAN to start the scan.
NR
.
RIT GENE
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
13
14
SET
15
[RF/SQL]
16
17
• Rotating [DIAL] during scan also cancels the scan.
18
OTE: Two or more different memory channels
N
must be programmed for a memory scan to start.
19
Appears
20
21
24
6
SET MODE
■■General
The Set mode is for programming infrequently changed
values or functions.
The IC-7200 has two separate Set modes: the Quick
Set mode and the Set mode.
Normal operation mode
Push
Hold down
Quick Set mode
Push
Hold down
Hold down
Set mode
M-CH/RIT
SET
for 1 second
Push
M-CH/RIT
SET
DDUsing the Quick Set mode
qHold down
mode.
M-CH/RIT
SET
for 1 second to enter the Quick Set
wRotate [M-CH] to select the desired item.
eSet the desired option or value using [DIAL].
• Hold down M-CL for 1 second to select the default option or value.
NB
tPush
ANF
METER
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
1.8
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
.
TS
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
rRepeat w and e to set other items.
M-CH/RIT
SET
NR
V/M 1
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
to exit the Quick Set mode.
0
MNF 50
SET
[DIAL]
[M-CH]
DDUsing the Set mode
q Hold down
mode.
w Hold down
mode.
M-CH/RIT
SET
for 1 second to enter the Quick Set
M-CH/RIT
SET
for 1 second again to enter the Set
• Hold down M-CL for 1 second to select the default option or value.
tRepeat e and r to set other items.
yPush
25
M-CH/RIT
SET
to exit the Set mode.
MODE
5
M-CL 14
7
COMP21
8
SCAN 24
9
VOX 28
0
MNF 50
F-INP ENT
BAND
RIT GENE
TUNER FILTER
ANF
METER
4
MW 10
.
TS
NR
A/B 2
1.8
eRotate [M-CH] to select the desired item.
rSet the desired option or value using [DIAL].
NB
V/M 1
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
6
AGC 18
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SPCH
SET
[DIAL]
[M-CH]
6
SET MODE
■■Items in the Quick Set mode
Refer to pages 28, 29 for details.
Operating Mode
Range or Value
(Default is shown in bold)
Item
SSB
CW
RTTY
AM
RF POWER
L (Low) and 1 to 100%, in 1 % steps
4
4
4
4
MIC GAIN
0 ~ 50 ~ 100%, in 1 % steps
4
-
-
4
DATA MODE
on or oF
4
-
-
4
-
4
-
-
KEY SPEED
6 ~ 20 ~ 60* wpm (words per minute).
* 39, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 56, 58 and 59 cannot be selected.
CW TONE PITCH
300 ~ 600 ~ 900 Hz, in 10 Hz steps
-
4
-
-
SIDE TONE LEVEL
0% ~ 30 ~ 100%, in 1% steps
-
4
-
-
SIDE TONE LIMIT
on or oF
-
4
-
-
-
-
4
-
RTTY MARK TONE
OTE: The RTTY mark frequency (2125 Hz) and shift
N
width (170 Hz) are automatically set when the twin peak
filter is ON.
1275, 1615 or 2125 Hz
-
-
4
-
RTTY SHIFT
170, 200, 425 or 850 Hz
-
-
4
-
-
-
4
-
on or oF
TWIN PEAK FILTER
RTTY KEY POLARITY n (Normal) or r (Reverse)
Item
LCD BACKLIGHT
BEEP
BAND EDGE BEEP
HI (High), Lo (Low) or oF (Off)
on or oF
on or oF
BEEP LEVEL
0 ~ 50 ~ 100%, in 1% steps
BEEP LEVEL LIMIT
on or oF
RF/SQL CONTROL
METER PEAK
HOLD
QUICK SPLIT
SPLIT LOCK
rS (RF+SQL), Sq (SQL) or At (AUTO)
on or oF
on or oF
on or oF
XFC
on or oF
AUTO TUNE
PTT TUNE
on or oF
on or oF
MODULATION
INPUT (DATA OFF)
M (MIC), A (ACC), MA (MIC/ACC) or
U (USB)
MODULATION
INPUT (DATA ON)
M (MIC), A (ACC), MA (MIC/ACC) or
U (USB)
USB LEVEL
0 ~ 50 ~ 100%, in 1% steps
2
3
4
5
6
7
■■Items in the Set mode
Range or Value
(Default is shown in bold)
1
8
Descriptions
Sets the brightness of the LCD.
Turns the Confirmation beep ON or OFF.
Turns the Band edge beep ON or OFF.
Sets the maximum volume level for the
confirmation beep and band edge beep
tones.
Turns the beep tones output level limiting
ON or OFF.
Selects the RF/SQL Control function.
Turns the meter peak hold function ON or
OFF.
Turns the Quick split function ON or OFF.
Turns the Split Lock function ON or OFF.
Turns the XFC (transmit frequency check)
function ON or OFF.
Turns the Auto tune function ON or OFF.
Turns the PTT Tune function ON or OFF.
Selects the input connector for modulation signals on the SSB/AM mode. (Data
mode is OFF.)
Selects the input connector for modulation signals on the SSB data/AM data
mode. (Data mode is ON.)
Sets the input modulation level of the
USB jack.
Refer
9
10
11
p. 29
12
13
14
15
16
p. 30
17
18
19
20
p. 31
21
26
6
SET MODE
■■ Items in the Set mode (Continued)
Item
SPEECH LEVEL
SPEECH
LANGUAGE
SPEECH SPEED
Range or Value
(Default is shown in bold)
0 ~ 50 ~ 100%, in 1% steps
En (English) or JP (Japanese)
HI (faster) or Lo (slower)
SPEECH S-LEVEL
on or oF
SPEECH [MODE]
KEY
on or oF
SCAN SPEED
HI (faster) or Lo (slower)
SCAN RESUME
on or oF
MAIN DIAL AUTO
TS
HI (Fastest), Lo (Faster) or oF (OFF)
DIAL 1⁄4
on or oF
MIC UP/DOWN
SPEED
HI (faster) or Lo (slower)
SSB/CW
SYNCHRONOUS
TUNING
on or oF
CW NORMAL SIDE
L (LSB) or U (USB)
oF (OFF), SE (Semi) or FL (Full)
0.2 ~ 7.5 ~ 13.0 (dots), in 0.1 dots
BREAK-IN DELAY
steps
1:1:2.8 ~ 1:1:3.0 ~ 1:1:4.5, in 0.1 unit
DOT/DASH RATIO
steps
PADDLE POLARITY n (Normal) or r (Reverse)
EL (ELEC-KEY), bG (BUG-KEY) or
KEYER TYPE
St (Straight key)
MIC UP/DOWN
on or oF
KEYER
MODE SELECT
on or oF
(SSB)
MODE SELECT
on or oF
(CW)
MODE SELECT
on or oF
(RTTY)
MODE SELECT (AM) on or oF
300, 1200, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps or
CI-V BAUD RATE
Auto
CI-V ADDRESS
01h ~ 76h ~ 7Fh
BREAK-IN
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CI-V TRANSCEIVE
on or oF
REFERENCE
FREQUENCY
ADJUSTMENT
0 ~ 100%, in 1% steps
(Default setting is different for each
transceiver.)
Descriptions
Sets the volume level of the speech function.
Selects English or Japanese as the language of the speech function.
Selects the speech speed.
Turns the S-Level Speech announcement
function ON or OFF.
Turns the Speech [MODE] key function
ON or OFF.
Sets the rate at which channels or frequencies are scanned during scanning.
Turns the Scan resume function ON or
OFF.
Set the Main Dial automatic tuning speed
when rotating [DIAL] rapidly.
Turn the ¼-speed tuning function ON or OFF
in the CW, RTTY and SSB data modes.
Sets the rate at which frequencies are
scanned when the microphone [UP]/[DN]
keys are held down.
Turns the displayed frequency shift function ON or OFF.
Select the carrier point of CW mode between LSB and USB.
Selects the CW break-in type.
Sets the break-in delay time for CW semi
break-in operation.
Sets the internal electronic keyer dot/
dash ratio.
Sets the paddle polarity.
Selects the keyer type for the [KEY] connector on the rear panel.
Sets the activation of the microphone
[UP]/[DN] switches as a paddle.
Turns the SSB (LSB/USB) mode selection ON or OFF.
Turns the CW/CW-R mode selection ON
or OFF.
Turns the RTTY/RTTY-R mode selection
ON or OFF.
Turns the AM mode selection ON or OFF.
Refer
p. 31
p. 32
p. 33
Sets the CI-V data transfer rate.
Sets the CI-V address.
Turn the CI-V “Transceive” function ON or
OFF.
Adjusts the internal reference signal frequency.
p. 34
SET MODE
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■■Quick Set mode
RF power
(all modes)
100% (default)
Adjusts the RF output power to between L (Low), and 1% to 100%, in 1% steps.
Mic gain
(SSB/AM modes)
50% (default)
Adjusts microphone gain to between 0% and 100%, in 1% steps.
Data mode
(SSB/AM modes)
OFF (default)
Turn the data mode ON or OFF.
When the data mode is turned ON, the audio input from the [ACC] connector, the [MIC] connector, or the [USB]
connector is, used, depending on the selection in the Set Mode. (p. 31). The speech compressor function is turned
OFF.
on : D
ata mode operation is enabled. (“ ” appears.)
oF : Data mode operation is disabled. (“ ” disappears.)
1
2
3
4
Key speed
(CW mode)
20 wpm (default)
Adjusts the CW key speed to between 6 and 60* wpm (words per minute).
* 39, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 56, 58 and 59 cannot be selected.
CW tone pitch
(CW mode)
600 Hz (default)
(CW mode)
30% (default)
(CW mode)
ON (default)
Turn the CW side tones output level limiting capability ON or OFF.
When this item is set to ON, the CW side tone is linked to the [AF] control until rotation of the [AF] control reaches
to the specified level—further rotation will not increase the volume of the CW side tones.
on : The CW side tone level is limited with the [AF] control.
oF : The CW side tone level is linked to the [AF] control.
Twin peak filter
(RTTY mode)
OFF (default)
Turn the twin peak filter ON or OFF.
on : The Twin peak filter is ON.
oF : The Twin peak filter is OFF.
NOTE: The RTTY mark frequency (2125 Hz) and shift width (170 Hz) are automatically set when the twin peak
filter is ON.
RTTY mark tone
(RTTY mode)
Sets the RTTY mark frequency to 1275, 1615 or 2125 Hz.
NOTE: 2125 Hz is automatically set when the twin peak filter is ON.
9
10
Adjusts the CW side tone level to between 0% and 100%, in 1% steps.
Side tone level limit
7
8
Adjusts the CW receive tone pitch to between 300 and 900 Hz, in 10 Hz steps.
Side tone level
5
6
2125 Hz (default)
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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SET MODE
■■ Quick Set mode (Continued)
RTTY shift width
(RTTY mode)
170 Hz (default)
Sets the RTTY shift width to 170, 200, 425 or 850 Hz.
NOTE: 170 Hz is automatically set when the twin peak filter is ON.
RTTY key polarity
(RTTY mode)
NORMAL (default)
Sets the RTTY keying polarity to normal or reverse. When reverse polarity is selected, Mark and Space are reversed.
n (normal): Key open/close = Mark/Space
r (reverse): Key open/close = Space/Mark
■■Set mode
LCD Backlight
High (default)
Set the brightness of the LCD to HI (High), Lo (Low) or oF (Off).
Beep
ON (default)
A beep sounds each time a key is pushed. This function can be turned OFF for silent operation.
on : The Confirmation beep is ON. ; oF : The Confirmation beep is OFF.
The volume level can be set in “Beep Level,” as described below.
Band Edge Beep
ON (default)
A beep sounds when an operating frequency enters or exits an amateur band. This function is independent from
the “Beep” setting described above.
on : The Band edge beep is ON. ; oF : The Band edge beep is OFF.
The volume level can be set in “Beep Level,” as described below.
Beep Level
50% (default)
Set the maximum volume level for the confirmation beep and band edge beep tones to between 0% and 100%,
in 1% steps.
When beep tones are set to OFF, this setting has no effect.
Beep Level Limit
ON (default)
Turn the beep tones output level limiting ON or OFF for the confirmation and band edge beep tones.
When this item is set to ON, the beep tones are linked to the [AF] control until rotation of the [AF] control reaches
to the specified level—further rotation will not increase the volume of the beep tones.
on : The Beep level is limited with the [AF] control. ; oF : The Beep level is linked to the [AF] control.
RF/SQL Control
RF + SQL (default)
Set as the RF/squelch control, the squelch control only (RF gain is fixed at maximum) or Auto (RF gain control in
SSB, CW and RTTY; squelch control in AM).
See pages 4, 31 for details.
rS (RF+SQL): The [RF/SQL] control is set as the RF/squelch control.
Sq (SQL)
: The [RF/SQL] control is set as the squelch control.
At (AUTO) : The [RF/SQL] control is set as the RF gain control in SSB, CW and RTTY; squelch control in AM.
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SET MODE
Meter Peak Hold
ON (default)
Turn the meter peak hold function ON or OFF.
on : The highest activated segment of the meter remains visible for 0.5 seconds.
oF : The meter functions normally.
Quick Split
ON (default)
Turn the quick split function ON or OFF.
When this item is set to ON, hold down SPLIT for 1 second to set the undisplayed VFO frequency and operating
mode are set the same as the displayed VFO frequency and operating mode.
on : The quick split function is ON. ; oF : The quick split function is OFF.
Split Lock
OFF (default)
Turn the Split Lock function ON or OFF.
When this item is set to ON, the transmit frequency can be adjusted by rotating [DIAL] while holding down
even if the lock function is turned ON.
RIT
,*
* The transmit frequency check function (“XFC”; as shown below) must be turned ON first.
See the PDF type Advanced Instructions for split frequency operation details.
NOTE: When the split lock function is ON, the transmit frequency cannot be adjusted by rotating [DIAL] while
holding down [PTT] even if the lock function is not turned ON.
on : The split lock function is ON. ; oF : The split lock function is OFF.
XFC
OFF (default)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Turn the XFC (transmit frequency check) function ON or OFF.
on : The transmit frequency can be monitored while holding down RIT .
oF : The transmit frequency check function is OFF.
NOTE: When the XFC function is ON, the RIT calculation function is disabled.
Auto Tune
1
10
11
OFF (default)
12
Turns the Auto tune function ON or OFF. The AT-180 antenna tuner has an automatic start capability which starts
tuning if the SWR is higher than 1.5:1.
on : The automatic tune starts even when the tuner is turned OFF during HF band operation.
oF : The tuner remains OFF even when the SWR is poor (1.5:1).
13
PTT Tune
16
OFF (default)
Turns the PTT Tune function ON or OFF. Tuning of the antenna tuner can be automatically started at the moment
[PTT] is pushed after the operating frequency is changed more than 1% from the last-tuned frequency.
When an AT-180 antenna tuner is connected, the tuner function must be turned ON first.
on : Tuning starts when [PTT] is pushed on a new frequency. ; oF : Tuning starts only when TUNER is pushed.
Modulation input (Data OFF)
MIC/ACC (default)
Selects the desired connector(s) for modulation input when SSB data/AM data mode is not in use.
M (MIC) : Use the signals from [MIC].
A (ACC)
: Use the signals from [ACC] (pin 11).
M A (MIC/ACC): Use the signals from [MIC] and [ACC] (pin 11).
U (USB)
: Use the signals from [USB].
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15
17
18
19
20
21
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SET MODE
■■ Set mode (Continued)
Modulation input (Data ON)
ACC (default)
Selects the desired connector(s) for modulation input when SSB data/AM data mode is in use.
M (MIC)
: Use the signals from [MIC].
A (ACC)
: Use the signals from [ACC] (pin11).
M A (MIC/ACC): Use the signals from [MIC] and [ACC] (pin11).
U (USB)
: Use the signals from [USB].
USB Level
50% (default)
Sets the input modulation level of the USB jack to between 0% to 100% in 1% steps.
Speech Level
50% (default)
Adjusts the volume level of the speech function to between 0% and 100%, in 1% steps.
Speech Language
English (default)
Selects English or Japanese as the language of the speech function.
En : English ; JP : Japanese
Speech Speed
High (default)
Selects HI (faster) or Lo (slower) as the speech speed.
HI (High) : Faster announcement ; Lo (Low) : Slower announcement
Speech S-level
ON (default)
The received signal level, frequency and mode can be announced by the voice synthesizer. The signal level announcement can be turned OFF if desired.
When “oF” is selected, the signal level is not announced.
on : The Signal level is announced. ; oF : The signal level is not announced.
Speech [MODE] Key
Selects whether the operating mode is announced with the speech synthesizer when
When “on” is selected, the operating mode is announced when you push MODE .
on : The operating mode is announced when pushing MODE .
oF : The operating mode is not announced when pushing MODE .
Scan Speed
OFF (default)
MODE
is pushed.
High (default)
Sets the speed at which channels or frequencies are scanned during scanning.
High and low can be selected.
HI : Fast scan ; Lo : Slow scan
Scan Resume
ON (default)
This item turns the scan resume function ON or OFF.
on : Scan resumes 10 seconds after stopping on a signal (or 2 seconds after a signal disappears).
oF : Scan does not resume after stopping on a signal.
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SET MODE
Main Dial Auto TS
6
High (default)
Sets the auto tuning step function so that when rotating [DIAL] rapidly, the tuning step rate adapts as selected.
Set either HI (Fastest), Lo (Faster) tuning speed, or to oF (OFF).
HI : A
pproximately 5 times faster when the tuning step is set to 1 kHz or smaller steps; approximately 2 times
faster when the tuning step is set to 5 kHz or larger steps.
Lo : Approximately 2 times faster.
oF : Auto tuning step is turned OFF.
Dial ¼
OFF (default)
Turn the ¼-speed tuning function ON or OFF in the CW, RTTY and SSB data modes.
on : The ¼-speed tuning function is ON for critical tuning. While operating in the CW/RTTY/SSB data modes, the
dial sensitivity is reduced to ¼ of normal.
oF : The ¼-speed tuning function is OFF.
NOTE: This function is only usable when the programmable tuning step is OFF (p. 14).
Mic Up/Down Speed
High (default)
Sets the rate at which frequencies are scanned when the microphone [UP]/[DN] keys are used.
HI : High speed (50 tuning steps/second) ; Lo : Low speed (25 tuning steps/second)
SSB/CW Synchronous Tuning
OFF (default)
Turns the displayed frequency shift function ON or OFF.
When this function is set to ON, the received signal will remain the same even when the operating mode is
changed between SSB and CW.
The amount of frequency shift will change according to the CW tone pitch setting.
on : The displayed frequency shifts when the operating mode is changed between SSB and CW.
oF : The displayed frequency does not shift.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
CW Normal Side
LSB (default)
Select the carrier point of CW mode between LSB and USB.
L (LSB) : LSB is the normal mode. ; U (USB) : USB is the normal mode.
Break-In
13
OFF (default)
Selects the CW break-in type.
Full break-in (QSK) activates the receiver between transmitted dots and dashes. This is useful when operating
contests, when “fast responses” are common.
Semi break-in keeps the receiver quiet between dots and dashes, and automatically returns to receive after a
pre-set time after you stop keying.
When break-in is turned off, the key or paddle can generate side tones, selectable in the Quick Set mode, but will
not transmit.
oF : No break-in operation ; SE (Semi) : Semi break-in operation ; FL (Full) : Full break-in operation
Break-In Delay
12
7.5 dots (default)
Adjusts break-in delay time for CW semi break-in operation between 0.2 and 13.0 (dots), in 0.1 (dots) steps.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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SET MODE
■■ Set mode (Continued)
Dot/Dash Ratio
1:1:3.0 (default)
Sets the internal electronic keyer dot/dash ratio between 1:1:2.8 and 1:1:4.5, in 0.1 unit steps.
Keying weight example: Morse code “K”
DOT (Fixed*)
Weight setting:
DASH
DASH
1:1:3 (default)
Weight setting:
Adjusted
Adjustable range
SPACE (Fixed*)
*SPACE and DOT length can be adjusted only
with the “Key speed” in the Quick Set mode.
Paddle Polarity
Normal (default)
Sets the paddle polarity.
n (Normal) : Normal polarity ; r (Reverse) : Reverse polarity
Keyer Type
ELEC-KEY (default)
Selects the keyer type for the [KEY] connector on the rear panel.
EL : The internal electronic keyer is selected.
bG: The internal electronic keyer is set for a BUG key.
St : The internal electronic keyer is turned OFF, and a straight key or external electronic keyer can be used.
Mic Up/Down Keyer
OFF (default)
Sets the microphone [UP]/[DN] switches to be used as a paddle.
on : [UP]/[DN] switches can be used as a paddle for CW mode operation.
oF : [UP]/[DN] switches cannot be used as a paddle for CW mode operation.
NOTE: When “ON” is selected, the frequency and memory channel cannot be changed using the [UP]/[DN]
switches.
See page 33 for the CW paddle connection to the MIC connector.
Mode Select (SSB)
ON (default)
Disables the selection of the SSB (LSB/USB) modes, to simplify operation.
For example if you are operating mobile and plan on using only the AM mode, set all other modes (SSB, CW,
RTTY) to OFF, thereby making selection of AM quick and easy.
on : The SSB modes are selectable. ; oF : The SSB modes are disabled.
Mode Select (CW)
Disables the selection of the CW/CW-R modes, to simplify operation.
on : The CW modes are selectable. ; oF : The CW modes are disabled.
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ON (default)
SET MODE
Mode Select (RTTY)
6
ON (default)
Disables the selection of the RTTY/RTTY-R modes, to simplify operation.
on : The RTTY modes are selectable. ; oF : The RTTY modes are disabled.
Mode Select (AM)
ON (default)
Disables the selection of the AM mode, to simplify operation.
on : AM modes are selectable. ; oF : AM modes are disabled.
CI-V Baud Rate
Auto (default)
Sets the CI-V data transfer rate to 300, 1200, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps or Auto.
When Auto is selected, the baud rate is automatically set according to the controller or remote controller.
CI-V Address
76h (default)
To distinguish equipment, each CI-V transceiver has its own Icom standard address in hexadecimal code.
The IC-7200’s address is 76h.
When two or more IC-7200s are connected to an optional CT-17 CI-V LEVEL CONVERTER, rotate [DIAL] to select a different address for each IC-7200 in the range 01h to 7Fh.
76 : Set address to 76h
CI-V Transceive
ON (default)
“Transceive” operation is possible with the IC-7200 connected to other Icom HF transceivers or receivers through
a CT-17.
When “ON” is selected, changing the frequency, operating mode, and so on, on the IC-7200, automatically changes those of the other transceivers or receivers, and vice versa.
on : Transceive is ON. ; oF : Transceive is OFF.
Reference Frequency Adjustment
Adjusts the internal reference signal frequency between 0% and 100%, in 1% steps, during frequency calibration.
NOTE: Default setting is different for each transceiver.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DDConnect a paddle to the [MIC] connector
Connect a CW paddle as shown to the right to operate an electronic keyer from the [mic] connector.
• Be sure to set the “Paddle Polarity,” “Keyer Type” and
“Mic Up/Down Keyer” in the Set mode. (p. 33)
• Connect a straight key to the “Dot” side.
• Push both of “Dot” and “DASH” to turn ON the
squeeze operation.
17
CW
paddle
DOT
GND y
18
MIC U/D e
19
3.9 kø ±5%
DASH
2.2 kø ±5%
MIC connector
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21
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MAINTENANCE
■■Fuse replacement
If a fuse blows, or the transceiver stops functioning, try to find
the source of the problem, first repair the problem. Then replace the damaged fuse with a new, adequately rated fuse.
CAUTION: Disconnect the DC power cable from
DDDC power cable fuse replacement
Refer to the illustration to replace the DC power cable fuses.
the transceiver when changing a fuse.
The IC-7200 has two fuses (DC power cable fuses) installed
for transceiver protection.
• DC power cable fuses ......................................... ATC 30 A
• Circuitry fuse ......................................................... ATC 5 A
ATC 30 A fuse
DDCircuitry fuse replacement
13.8 V DC from the DC power cable is applied to
all units in the IC-7200, except the power amplifier,
through the circuitry fuse. This fuse is installed in the
PA unit.
wReplace the circuitry fuse as shown.
ATC 5 A fuse
qRemove the 11 screws, then remove the bottom
cover and the PA shielding plate.
Front panel
eReplace the PA shielding plate, bottom cover and
screws to their original position.
e sure the gasket is seated correctly, and does
B
not protrude from the PA shielding plate.
■■Memory backup
All of the CPU’s memory is backed
up in an EEPROM (ElectronicallyErasable Programmable Read-Only
Memory). All data you set, such as
VFO, memory, Set mode contents,
and so on, are stored in this EEPROM. There is no internal battery.
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■■Cleaning
I f the transceiver becomes dusty or
dir ty, wipe it clean with a dry, soft
cloth.
DO NOT use harsh solvents such as
benzine or alcohol when cleaning, as
they will damage the transceiver surfaces.
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MAINTENANCE
■■Troubleshooting
RECEIVE
POWER SUPPLY
The following chart is designed to help you correct problems which are not equipment malfunctions.
If you are unable to locate the cause of a problem or solve it through the use of this chart, contact your nearest Icom Dealer or
Service Center.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Power does not come • DC power cable is improperly connected. • Reconnect the power cable correctly.
on when
is • Fuse is blown.
•C
heck for the cause, repair it, then repushed.
place the fuse with a similar rate one.
(Fuse is installed in the DC power cable)
•B
attery is exhausted if you are using a • Check the battery voltage.
12 V battery as the power source.
No sound comes from • Volume level is set too low.
• Rotate [AF] clockwise to obtain a suitthe speaker.
able listening level.
• The squelch level is closed.
• Rotate [RF/SQL] to 12 o’clock position
to open the squelch.
• The transceiver is in the transmit mode. • Release [PTT] on the microphone or
check the SEND line of an external unit,
if connected.
• An external speaker or headphones are • Check the external speaker or headconnected.
phones plug connection.
Sensitivity is too low, • The antenna is not properly connected. • Reconnect the antenna.
and only strong signals • The antenna feed line is cut or shorted. • Check the feed line and correct any imare audible.
proper conditions.
• The antenna is not properly tuned.
• Push TUNER to manually tune the an-
REF.
p. 10
p. 35
—
p. 17
1
p. 17
2
—
3
p. 14
—
—
p. 20
tenna.
P.AMP
• Push ATT to turn OFF the function. p. 4
• The antenna for another band is select- • Select an antenna suitable for the oper—
ed.
ating frequency.
Receive audio is dis- • The operating mode is not selected cor- • Select a suitable operating mode.
p. 16
torted.
rectly.
Receive signal is dis- • The noise reduction is ON and the noise • Set the noise reduction level for maxi- p. 1
torted by strong sig- reduction level is too high.
mum readability.
nals.
• The noise blanker function is ON.
p. 1
• Push NB to turn OFF the function.
• The attenuator function is ON.
• The preamp is ON.
P.AMP
• Push ATT to turn OFF the function.
The frequency shift of • The XFC (transmit frequency check • Turn the XFC OFF in the Set mode.
the RIT function cannot function) is turned ON.
be added/subtracted.
p. 4
p. 30
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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MAINTENANCE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CASE
SOLUTION
Transmitting is impos- • The operating frequency is not in a ham • Set the frequency in a ham band.
sible.
band.
Output power is too • P
ower is set to a lower power than maxi- • S
et the output power in Quick Set
low.
mum.
mode.
• Microphone gain is set too low.
• Set microphone gain to a suitable level
in Quick Set mode.
• The antenna is not connected properly. • Reconnect the antenna.
• The antenna feed line is cut or shorted. • Check the feed line and correct any improper conditions.
• The antenna is not properly tuned.
• Push TUNER to manually tune the an-
REF.
p. 16
p. 18
p. 19
—
—
p. 20
SCAN
tenna or test with dummy load.
• The antenna for another band is select- • Select an antenna suitable for the oper—
ed.
ating band.
No contact possible • RIT function is ON.
p. 2
• Push RIT to turn OFF the function.
with other stations.
• Split function is ON.
p. 2
• Push SPLIT to turn OFF the function
Transmitted signals are • Microphone gain is set too high.
• Set microphone gain to a suitable level p. 19
distorted.
in Quick Set mode.
• The compression level is set too high • Set compression to a suitable level.
p. 2
with the speech compressor ON.
Displayed
frequency • The dial lock function is ON.
• Hold down SPCH for 1 second to turns p. 18
does not change propOFF the function.
erly.
• The internal CPU has malfunctioned.
• Reset the CPU.
Below
Programmed scan does • [RF/SQL] is assigned to RF gain control • Change the [RF/SQL] control assign- p. 29
not stop.
and squelch is open.
ment and set it to the proper threshold
point.
Programmed scan does • The same frequencies have been pro- • Program different frequencies into scan p. 22
not start.
grammed in scan edge memory chan- edge memory channels.
nels.
Memory scan does not • Two or more memory channels have not • Program two or more memory chan- p. 22
start.
been programmed.
nels.
MEMORY
DISPLAY
TRANSMIT
■■ Troubleshooting (Continued)
The memory channels • The [M-CH] control acts as the RIT con- • Push M-CH/RIT
SET
to set the [M-CH] control p. 21
cannot be selected trol mode.
to memory channel control. (RIT control
with rotating the [M-CH]
indicator goes out).
control.
■■Resetting the CPU
qMake sure the transceiver power is OFF.
ENT
and M-CL , push
wWhile holding down F-INPBAND
to turn ON power.
• The internal CPU is reset, and all memory data
are cleared.
• The transceiver displays its initial VFO frequencies when resetting is complete.
eAll Quick Set mode/Set mode settings are returned
to their default values. (pp. 26, 27)
esetting CLEARS all programmed contents in
R
memory channels and returns to their default values in Quick Set mode and Set mode.
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NB
NR
ANF
METER
V/M 1
A/B 2
= 3.5
SPLIT 3
7
4
MW 10
5
M-CL 14
6
AGC 18
1.8
7
8
COMP21
SCAN 24
MODE
TS
TUNER FILTER
SPCH
.
RIT GENE
0
MNF 50
9
VOX 28
F-INP ENT
BAND
P.AMP
ATT
M-CH/RIT
SET
5
M-CL 14
F-INP ENT
BAND
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OPTION INSTALLATIONS
■■Installing the MB-116 handles
The optional MB-116 handles are convenient when
moving the transceiver and can protect the face and radio
knobs during transport.
➥ Attach the MB-116 to the both sides of the transceiver
with the supplied M4 × 9 screws.
M4 × 9
screws
1
2
■■Installing the MB-117 carrying handle
The optional MB-117 carrying handle is convenient
when carrying the transceiver for DX-peditions, field
operation, and so on.
3
Rubber feet
M4 × 12
screws
5
q Attach the rubber feet to the [FOOT] holes on the
right side of the transceiver with the supplied M4 × 12
screws.
w Attach the MB-117 to the [CARRYING HANDLE] holes
on the left side of the transceiver with the supplied M3
× 10 screws.
6
7
M3 × 10 screws
8
Carrying handle
9
10
■■Installing the MB-118 mobile mounting bracket
The universal mounting bracket allows overhead
mounting.
• Mount the transceiver securely with the 4 supplied screws
(5 × 20) to a thick surface which can support more than
5.5 kg (12.1 lb).
4
Flat washer
11
MB-118
(Optional)
12
13
14
AUTION: Non-supplied bolts (longer than 8 mm)
C
may damage the internal units.
NEVER install the MB-118 with non-supplied
screws and bolts.
15
16
Bolt
(M4 × 8)
Screw
(5 × 20)
Spring washer
17
18
19
20
21
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9
SPECIFICATIONS
■■General
■■Receiver
• Frequency coverage :
Receive
30 kHz –60.000000 MHz*1*2
Transmit
1.800–1.999999 MHz*2, 3.500 – 3.999999 MHz*2
5.33200*3, 5.34800*3, 5.35850*3,
5.37300*3, 5.40500*3,
7.000–7.300 MHz*2, 10.100 –10.150 MHz,
14.000–14.350 MHz, 18.068 –18.168 MHz,
21.000–21.450 MHz, 24.890 – 24.990 MHz,
28.000–29.700 MHz, 50.000 –54.000 MHz*2,
• Receive system
*1Some frequency bands are not guaranteed.
*2Depending on version. *3USA version only.
• Mode
: SSB, CW, RTTY, AM
• Number of memory CH: 2
01 (split memory: 199; scan edges: 2)
channels
• Antenna connector : SO-239
• Antenna impedance : 50 ø (unbalanced)
• Usable temperature : –10°C to +60°C (+14°F to +140°F)
range
• Frequency stability : L
ess than ± 0.5 ppm
• Power supply
: 13.8 V DC±15% (negative ground)
requirement
• Current drain
: Transmit (at 100 W) 22 A
(at 13.8 V DC)
Receive squelched 1.3 A
max. audio2.0 A
• Dimensions
: 241(W) × 84(H) × 281(D) mm,
(projections not included) 9.5(W) × 3.3(H) × 11.1(D) in
• Weight (approximately): 5.5 kg (12.1 lb)
• CI-V connector
: 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1⁄8˝)
• ACC connector
: 13-pin
: Triple-conversion superheterodyne
• Intermediate frequencies
1st
: 64.455 MHz
2nd
: 455 kHz
3rd
: 15.625 kHz
• Sensitivity (10dB S/N, preamp: ON, Filter shape: sharp)
SSB, CW
:L
ess than 0.16 µV
(1.8−29.7 MHz)
L
ess than 0.13 µV
(50 MHz band)
AM
:L
ess than 13 µV
(0.5−1.799 MHz)
L
ess than 2 µV
(1.8−29.7 MHz)
L
ess than 1 µV
(50 MHz band)
• Squelch sensitivity (SSB, threshold, preamp ON)
: Less than 5.6 µV
• Selectivity
SSB* (BW=2.4 kHz) : More than 2.4 kHz/–6 dB
Less than 3.6 kHz/–60 dB
CW* (BW=500 Hz) : More than 500 Hz/–6 dB
Less than 900 Hz/–60 dB
RTTY (BW=350 Hz): More than 360 Hz/–6 dB
Less than 650 Hz/–60 dB
AM (BW=6 kHz)
:M
ore than 6.0 kHz/–6 dB
Less than 15.0 kHz/–60 dB
*IF filter shape is set to SHARP.
• Spurious and image rejection ratio
:M
ore than 70 dB
(except 1⁄2 IF through on 50 MHz band)
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■■Transmitter
• Audio output power
• Output power
SSB, CW, RTTY
AM
• Modulation system
SSB
AM
• Spurious emissions
HF bands
50 MHz band
• Carrier suppression
• Unwanted sideband
• Microphone
connector
• KEY connector
• RIT variable range
• PHONES connector
• EXT SP connector
: 2–100 W
: 1–25 W* (*Carrier power)
: Digital PSN modulation
: Digital Low power modulation
: Less than – 50 dB
: Less than – 63 dB
: More than 50 dB
: More than 50 dB
: 8-pin connector (600 ø)
: 3-conductor 6.3 (d) mm (1⁄4˝)
:M
ore than 2.0 W at 10%
distortion with an 8 ø load
(at 13.8 V DC)
: ±9.999 kHz
: 3-conductor 6.3 (d) mm (1⁄4˝)/8 ø
: 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1⁄8˝)/8 ø
OPTIONS
AT-180 h
f/50 mhz automatic
AH-4 h
f automatic antenna tuner
10
AH-2b antenna element
antenna tuner
Fully automatic antenna tuner with
preset memories for each 100 kHz.
Unique “automatic tuner on” function is
available. See the PDF type Advanced
Instructions for AT-180 specifications.
Specially designed to tune a long wire
antenna for portable or mobile HF/50
MHz operation. The “PTT tune” function provides simple operation.
• Input power rating: 150 W
PS-126 dc power supply
SM-30 DESKTOP MICROPHONE
A 2.5 m long antenna element for mobile operation
with the AH-4.
• Frequency coverage
7–54 MHz band with the
AH-4
SM-50 desktop microphone
1
2
3
4
5
6
• Output voltage : 13.8 V DC
• Max. output current : 25 A
Includes a low frequency cut function.
HM-36 hand microphone
CT-17 c
i-v level converter unit
Unidirectional, dynamic microphone for
base station operation. Includes [UP]/
[DOWN] switches, a low cut switch and
mic gain control.
SP-10 external speaker
7
8
9
10
11
12
Hand microphone equipped with [UP]/
[DOWN] switches.
SP-21 external speaker
13
For remote transceiver control using a
personal computer equipped with an
RS-232C port. You can change frequencies, operating mode, memory channels, and so on with your computer.
External speakers suitable for mobile
operation.
SP-10: Compact-type; 4 ø/5 W
14
SP-34 external speaker
MB-116 handle
16
15
17
18
19
Designed for base station operation.
• Input impedance: 8 ø
• Max. input power: 5 W
4 audio filters; headphone jack; can
connect to 2 transceivers.
• Input impedance: 8 ø
• Max. input power: 5 W
20
Convenient when moving the transceiver and provides front panel protection during transport.
21
40
10
OPTIONS
MB-117 carrying handle
MB-118 m
obile mounting bracket
Convenient when carrying the transceiver.
For mounting the transceiver in a vehicle.
OPC-599 ADAPTOR CABLE
AH-710 FOLDED DIPOLE
ANTENNA
.5
x. 24
ppro
0.3
m; 8
ft
OPC-598 ACC 13-PIN CABLE
Required when using the AT-180­.
• 7 m (22 ft)
RS-BA1 IP REMOTE CONTROL
SOFTWARE
To remotely control radios using the
RS-BA1, BE SURE that you comply
with your local regulations.
a
13-pin, ACC connector to 7-pin and
8-pin ACC connectors.
Covers all bands from 1.9 to 30 MHz.
Has an SO-239 connector. 30 m (98.4
ft) coaxial cable with PL-259 connector
is supplied.
IC-PW1/EURO HF/50 MHz ALL BAND 1 kW LINEAR AMPLIFIER
Full-duty 1 kW linear amplifier including an automatic antenna tuner. Has automatic tuning and band selection capability. Full break-in (QSK) operation is possible. The amplifier/power supply unit and the remote control unit are separated.
An optional OPC-599 is required for connection.
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Approved Icom optional equipment
is designed for optimal performance
when used with an Icom transceiver.
Icom is not responsible for the destruction or damage to an Icom transceiver
in the event the Icom transceiver is
used with equipment that is not manufactured or approved by Icom.
FOR EUROPEAN VERSIONS
• Installation Notes
For amateur base station installations it is recommended that the forward clearance in front of the antenna array is calculated relative to the EIRP (Effective
Isotropic Radiated Power). The clearance height below
the antenna array can be determined in most cases
from the RF power at the antenna input terminals.
As different exposure limits have been recommended for different frequencies, a relative table shows a
guideline for installation considerations.
Below 30 MHz, the recommended limits are specified
in terms of V/m or A/m fields as they are likely to fall
within the near-field region. Similarly, the antennas
may be physically short in terms of electrical length
and that the installation will require some antenna
matching device which can create local, high intensity magnetic fields. Analysis of such MF installations
is best considered in association with published guidance notes such as the FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition
97-01 and its annexes relative to amateur transmitter
installations.
The EC recommended limits are almost identical to
the FCC specified ‘uncontrolled’ limits and tables exist that show pre-calculated safe distances for different
antenna types for different frequency bands. Further
information can be found at http://www.arrl.org/.
• Typical amateur radio installation
Exposure distance assumes that the predominant radiation pattern is forward and that radiation vertically
downwards is at unity gain (sidelobe suppression is
equal to main lobe gain). This is true of almost every
gain antenna today. Exposed persons are assumed
to be beneath the antenna array and have a typical
height of 1.8 m.
The figures assume the worst case emission of a constant carrier.
For the bands 10 MHz and higher the following power
density limits have been recommended:
10–50 MHz 2 W/sq m
Vertical clearance by EIRP output
1 Watts 2.1 m
10 Watts 2.8 m
25 Watts 3.4 m
100 Watts
5m
1000 Watts
12 m
Forward clearance by EIRP output
100 Watts
2m
1000 Watts 6.5 m
10,000 Watts
20 m
100,000 Watts
65 m
1
In all cases any possible risk depends on the transmitter being activated for long periods. (actual recommendation limits are specified as an average during 6
minutes) Normally the transmitter is not active for long
periods of time. Some radio licenses will require that a
timer circuit automatically cuts off the transmitter after
1–2 minutes or so.
Similarly some modes of transmission, like SSB, CW
and AM, have a lower ‘average’ output power and the
assessed risk is even lower.
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3
4
5
6
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• Country codes List (ISO 3166-1)
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Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Cyprus
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Latvia
Codes
AT
BE
BG
HR
CZ
CY
DK
EE
FI
FR
DE
GR
HU
IS
IE
IT
LV
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Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Codes
LI
LT
LU
MT
NL
NO
PL
PT
RO
SK
SI
ES
SE
CH
TR
GB
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(Europe)
IC-7200 #04
(France)
IC-7200 #05
(Italy)
IC-7200 #06
(Spain)
IC-7200 #07
(Europe-1)
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