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AT-318UV
DUAL BAND HANDHELD RADIO
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
THANK YOU!
transceiver will provide you with reliable, clear and efficient communication service. The
transceiver introduces innovative DSP digital signal processing technology, high degree integration, it is
including kinds of professional function, best stability and great reliability as well as exterior smooth lines,
novel, fashionable, sturdy and durable.
The transceiver is including plenty of TX, RX channels, as well as UU, VV, UV, mono U or Mono V standby
modes, the transceiver realized dual PTT functions and 51 groups of CTCSS encode/decode and 1 group of
user-defined CTCSS encode/decode, 1024 groups of DCS encode/decode, DTMF encode/decode, built-in
FM radio functions, etc..
It is a meticulous build functional and Multi frequency band radio for radio amateur.
MODELS APPLY TO THIS MANUAL
AT-318UV FM Transceiver
Programming software: QPS318UV_1.01
PROGRAM CAUTIONS
When programming the transceiver, read the factory initial data first, then rewrite the frequency and signaling
etc., other wise errors may occur because of different frequency band etc.
CAUTIONS
transceiver is excellent designed with advanced technology. The following tips will be helpful for you in
performing your obligation under warranty and understanding the safety of transceiver usage.
1.Keep the transceiver and accessories away from children.
2.Please do not try to open or modify the transceiver without permission, non-professionals operation may also cause
damage.
3.Please use assorted battery and charger to avoid damage.
4.Please use assorted antenna to ensure the communication distance.
5.Please avoid exposing the radio under the sunshine for a long time or storing it in too hot places. High temperature will
shorten the life of electronic devices.
6.Please avoid storing the radio in the dusty, dirty and damp areas.
7.Please keep the radio dry. Do not wash radio with ardent chemicals and detergents.
8.Do not transmit without antenna.
9.When using this transceiver, we recommend transmitting for 1 minute then receiving for 4 minutes. continuously
transmitting for long time or working in high power will heat the back of the transceiver. Do not place the transceiver's hot
back close to any plastics.
10.If any abnormal smell or smoke coming from the transceiver, please turn off the power instantly and take off the battery
dealers.
and its case. Then contact local
NOTE:
transceivers' accessories. If any device can not operate
All the above tips apply for your
normally, please contact with local
dealers.
If you use any accessories made by other companies,
company does not guarantee the
operability and safety of the transceiver.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
UNPACKING������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 01
Supplied Accessories ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 01
STANDARD ACCESSORIES/ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 02
Standard Accessories�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 02
Additional Accessories������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 02
BATTERY INFORMATION����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 03
Charging Operation������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 03
Battery Charger Type�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 03
Notice for Charging Battery�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 03
How to Charge���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 04
PREPARATION������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 05
Installing/Removing the Battery������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 05
Installing/Removing the Antenna��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 05
Installing/Removing the Belt Clip��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 06
Installing the additional Speaker/Microphone�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 06
GETTING ACQUAINTED������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 07
LCD Display��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 07
BASIC OPERATIONS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Turn the Radio On & OFF����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Adjusting Volume����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Switch between Main band and Sub band������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Switch between Channel mode and VFO mode�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Channel Adjusting��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Frequency Adjusting����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
FM Channel Searching����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Receiving��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
Transmitting���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
Emergency Alarm���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
Side Key [PF1]/[PF2] function instruction���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
MONI Key Function������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 14
VFO Frequency Scanning Limited ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
Turn On/Off FM Radio������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
CTCSS/DCS Setup������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 15
CTCSS/DCS Scan�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
Offset Frequency Direction Setup������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
Frequency/Channel Scan������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 16
Channel Scan Skip������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Frequency Reverse������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 17
TX Power selection������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
DTMF code Transmit and Enquiry������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 18
Keypad lock���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
Single-band Switching������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
Function Menu Setup�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
Display Mode Setup����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26
Resume Factory Default�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 29
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UNPACKING
Please carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend that you identify the items listed in the following table
before discarding the packing material.
If any items are missing or have been damaged during shipment, please contact with dealers immediately.
Supplied Accessories
Item
Number
Antenna
QA11UV
1
Li-ion Battery
QB-43L
1
Battery Charger
QBC-42L
1
AC Adaptor
QPS-01
1
Belt Clip
BC06
1
Instruction Manual
Quantity
1
01
STANDARD ACCESSORIES/ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES
Standard Accessories
Antenna*1
Li-ion Battery
QA11UV
155/435MHz
QB-43L
Battery Charger
AC Adaptor
QPS-01
QBC-42L
Belt Clip
BC06
Instruction
Manual
*1.Note: For frequency band of antenna, please refer to label indicated in the bottom of the antenna.
Additional Accessories
USB Programming
Cable PC03
Programming Software
QPS318UV_1.01
Telescopic antenna
QA10UV
02
Earphone
HS03
Handheld Microphone
QHM22
BATTERY INFORMATION
Charging Operation
The battery is not charged at the factory, please charge it before use. Charge the battery for the first time
after purchase or extended storage (more than 2 months) may not bring the battery to its normal operating
capacity. After repeating fully charge/discharge cycle for two or three times, the operating capacity will
reach the best performance. The battery life is over when its operating time decreases even though it is
fully and correctly charged. Replace the battery.
Battery Charger Type
Please use our company's designated charger, other models may cause explosion and injure people. After
installing the battery, if the radio red light twinkles and remind changing battery, please charge the battery.
Notice for Charging Battery
▲▲ Do not shortcircuit our company designated charger. Never attempt to remove the casing from the
battery, we show no responsibility on the faulty caused by modifying freely without permission of our
factory.
▲▲ The ambient temperature should be between 5℃ and 40℃ in charging. Charging outside this range
may not fully charge the battery.
▲▲ Always switch off the transceiver equipped with a battery before charging. Otherwise, it will interfere
with correct charging.
▲▲ To avoid interfering the charging procedure, please do not cut off the power or take out the battery
during charging.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
▲▲ Do not recharge the battery if it is already fully charged. This may shorten the life of the battery or
damage the battery.
▲▲ Do not charge the battery or transceiver if it is damp. Dry it before charging to avoid danger.
WARNING:
When keys or ornamental chains and other electric metals contact with the battery terminals, the battery
may cause damage or hurt bodies. If the battery terminal short circuit, it will generate a lot of heat, please
be careful when you bring or use the battery, please put battery or radio into insulated container. Do not put
it into metal container.
How to Charge
1.Plug the AC adaptor into the AC outlet(100V-240V), then plug
the cable of AC adaptor into the DC jack, the indicator lights
GREEN---waits to charge.
2.Slide the battery or transceiver with battery into the charger;
make sure the battery terminals are in contact with the charging
terminals well. LED turns into twinkling RED---charging.
3.It takes about 4 hours to fully charge the battery.
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PREPARATION
Installing / Removing the Battery
■ Installing the Battery
111Lay the battery to face the back of the radio.
222Press the button of battery, the latch in button of
transceiver locks will release. After hearing a "click"
sounds, the battery has been locked.
■ Removing the Battery
4
According to “ ” to push the battery lock to removing the
battery.
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Installing / Removing the Antenna
■ Installing the Antenna:
Screw the antenna into the connector on the top of the
transceiver by holding the antenna at its base and turning it
clockwise until secure.
■ Removing the Antenna:
Turn the antenna anticlockwise till the antenna separates the
connector of the transeceiver to remove it.
A
FUN
D
ESC/M
B
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PREPARATION
Installing / Removing the Belt Clip
■ Installing the Belt Clip:
Place the belt clip to the grooves on the back of the
transceiver, and then clockwise screw it.
■ Removing the Belt Clip:
Anticlockwise turn the screws to remove the belt clip.
Installing the Additional Speaker/ Microphone (Optional)
Unveil the MIC-SP jack cover and then insert the
Speaker/Microphone plug into MIC-SP jack.
Note:
The transceiver is not completely waterproof while
using the Speaker/Microphone.
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
LCD Display
On LCD display screen, you will see various icons which stand for the selected functions and sometimes
you may forget the meaning of them. Here you will find the following table extremely useful.
Frequency
Reverse
Offset Frequency
DCS
Optional signaling
CTCSS
FUNC Icon
The arrow points to
main channel
FM radio
TX Power
VOX Function
Scan Skip
Narrow band
Battery Capacity
Function Menu
Number, Channel
Number
FM Channel Number
channel Number
Keypad Lock
Busy Channel
NOTE:
Battery capacity indicator(full)
Battery capacity remnant
No power, replace battery pack or charge battery
Real time display receiving signal
strength/Power Indicator
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
1
2
3
8
4
9
12
A
D
FUN
ESC/M
10
13
B
11
7
5
C
MIC
6
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
1 Antenna
2 Lamp
3 Power / Volume Switch
Rotate it clockwise to turn on transceiver, rotate it anticlockwise until heard "click" to turn off the
transceiver.
When transceiver is power on, rotate it clockwise to increase volume, anticlockwise to reduce volume.
4 LCD display
Displays current frequency/channel and operations
5 Speaker
6 Keypad
Enters desired frequency/channel or operations by keypad
7 Mic
8 PF1 key
9 PTT key
Press PTT key to talk, release this key to receive.
10 PF2 key
11 MONI key
12 Speaker/Microphone jack, programming software jack
13 Belt Clip
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BASIC OPERATIONS
Turn the Radio On & OFF
Under power-off state, please turn [POWER]/[VOLUME] clockwise to turn on the
transceiver. The transceiver will announces prompt tone and displays the current
channel on screen.
Under power-on state, please turn [POWER]/[VOLUME] anticlockwise till hearing
"Click" to turn off the transceiver.
Adjusting Volume
Under power-on state, turn [POWER] /[VOLUME] to adjust volume. Clockwise-up, anticlockwise -down.
When adjusting the volume, user can press the key programmed as Squelch Off to monitor current
volume firstly.
NOTE:
Press the side key programmed as Squelch Off Momentary to monitor the background noise. Turn [POWER]/
[VOLUME] to control the volume. The volume you need can be adjusted more correctly when communicating
with the other party.
Switch between Main band and Sub band
Under standby state, press
key to switch channel between Main band and
Sub band. Arrow directs the current operational channel.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
Switch between Channel mode and VFO mode
Under standby state, press
mode(VFO).
key to set main band as Channel mode or frequency
Channel Adjusting
1.When transceiver in Channel mode or FM radio channel mode, rotate
/
to adjust channel.
Press
to enter the downward channel, Press
to enter the upward channel. If there is blank
channel between two channels, radio will skip blank channel into next channel.
2.Input channel number by keypad
When transceiver in Channel mode or FM radio channel mode, user can input number(000-199) to
switch into desired channel. If input channel number is not belong to unprogrammed channel, radio
will emit wrong prompt voice to return current channel. 001 means channel 1,030 is channel 30, 125
is channel 125.
Frequency Adjusting
When transceiver in VFO mode or FM radio frequency mode, rotate
/
to adjust frequency or input
frequency by keypad.
to increase frequency, Press
to decrease frequency. Every rotate can add or reduce one
1.Press
stepping value.
Note: Channel step:2.5K, 5K, 6.25K, 10K, 12.5K, 20K, 25K, 30K and 50KHz in total 9 for optional. FM
radio step frequency is 50K.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
2. Enter the desired frequency by keypad.
In VFO or FM VFO mode, you can directly input frequency by keypad.
Note: The frequency input of main channel or FM radio is relevant to the stepping and transceiver
frequency range. If frequency setup is beyond range or not matching with step size, the input is unavailable.
Under the FM radio mode, the frequency step size input by numeric keys is 100k.
FM Channel Searching
When transceiver in FM radio mode, press
key, LCD displays "
" icon, then
press
to start FM searching. When one station is sought, LCD displays current
station frequency, you can listen to current station.
Receiving
When your transceiver is called by other party, the LED light will be on and the arrow icon will flash, you
can hear the calling.
Note: You may not receive the calling when your transceiver is set at high squelch level. If current channel
is programmed with decode signal, only the same signaling call can be heard.
Transmitting
According to [MONI] key setup in programming software, hold [MONI] key to monitor the channel to
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BASIC OPERATIONS
ensure it is not busy, press [PTT] key and talk to speaker.
Please keep the distance between mouth and speaker to be 2.5-5CM, speak in normal tone to get the
best acoustic fidelity.
Note: When press and hold PTT key, transceiver is transmitting if the red LED light is on, release [PTT]
key to receive calls.
Emergency Alarm
Under standby state, press and hold [PF1] or [PF2] key which is programmed with ALARM function until
LCD displays "ALARM", Emergency alarm function is started. This transceiver has 4 Alarm modes for
optional, can be setup in programming software. Power off transceiver to exit Alarm.
Side Key [PF1]/[PF2] function instruction
1. VOLT: Battery capacity inquiry: Under standby, press [PF1]/[PF2] key, LCD displays current battery
capacity, press this key again to exit.
2. CALL: Transmit the prestored DTMF Encode signal in channel.
3. ALARM: Long pressing [PF1]/[PF2] key, LCD display "ALARM", transceiver will enable the preset alarm
function.
4. SUBPTT: Press [PF1]/[PF2] key, transceiver will transmit at sub-band frequency.
5. LAMP: Press [PF1]/[PF2] to turn on/off lamp.
6. Transmit tone pulse frequency: Press and hold [PTT] key, then press [PF1]/[PF2] key to transmit selected
tone pulse frequency. The tone pulse frequency can be set to 1750Hz / 2100Hz / 1000Hz / 1450Hz.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
MONI Key Function
1.Squelch off: Press [MONI] key, squelch is not mute, you can hear background noise. Press [MONI] again,
squelch is mute.
2.Monetary Squelch off: Press [MONI] key, squelch is not mute, you can hear background noise. Release
[MONI] again, squelch is mute.
3.Transmit DTMF: Press [PTT] and [MONI] to transmit DTMF signaling.
Note:If there isn't selected signaling, you can transmit DTMF signaling.
4.Press [MONI] to turn on radio, and hold [MONI] until radio emits DU to set background functions.
VFO frequency scanning limited
Setup the frequency of L1 channel, U1 channel, L2 channel and U2 channel will realize VFO frequency
scanning border limited. L1 and U1 must be in same frequency. L2 and U2 in same frequency, When VFO
frequency between L1 and U1 or L2 and U2, radio will scan between them. When VFO frequency exceed
L1 and U1 or L2 and U2, radio will scan whole frequency.
Turn On/ Off FM Radio
Under standby state, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays " " icon,
then press
key, LCD displays "FM ON" and current FM radio frequency, FM
radio function is on. When FM radio is on, press
key, LCD displays "FM
OFF", FM radio is mute.
When FM radio is on, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
" icon,
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BASIC OPERATIONS
press
key to turn off FM radio and return to transceiver state. Re-start transceiver also can exit FM
radio function.
CTCSS/DCS Setup
Under standby state, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays " " icon,
press
key, LCD displays "CT" icon, it means current channel add CTCSS
signal function. Repeat above operation, LCD displays "DCS" icon, it means current
channel add DCS signal function. Repeat above operation, "DCS" icon disappears,
current channel without CTCSS/DCS signal.
CTCSS/DCS Scan
Press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
" icon, press
key
to enter into CTCSS/DCS scan. Under this state, press
/
to change scan
direction. When scan the matching CTCSS/DCS signaling, it will stay 5seconds and
then go on scanning. Press any other keys except
,
,
key to exit.
Note: This function is invalid when transceiver works in professional mode or the arrow directed channel
no setting CTCSS/DCS signaling.
In current channel, if signaling set as CTCSS, it will scan CTCSS, if sets as DCS, will scan DCS.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
Offset Frequency Direction Setup
Under standby state, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
" icon,
press
key to choose offset frequency direction. There are 3 options, Positive
offset, Minus offset, shut off offset.
1.(+) Positive offset: Indicates TX frequency is higher than RX frequency. When
enable reverse function, the RX frequency is higher than TX frequency.
2.(-) Minus offset: Indicates TX frequency is lower than RX frequency. When enable
reverse function, the RX frequency is lower than TX frequency.
3.None: Indicates shut offset off.
key then press
key to choose positive offset
Under frequency mode (VFO) or channel mode, press
direction(+), minus offset direction (-), shut offset off one by one (Please refer to offset frequency setup).
Note: This function is invalid in channel mode.
Frequency/Channel Scan
Under corresponding mode, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays " " icon, then press
key to start frequency scan or channel scan.
1.Frequency Scan
Under VFO mode, frequency scan is available. This function is used for monitoring
signal of various communication frequency by transceiver ‘step’ setup, press
key to exit.
numeric key or
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BASIC OPERATIONS
2.Channel Scan
Under channel mode, this function is used for monitoring signal of each channel
key to exit.
in this mode. Press numeric key or
NOTE:
▼ Frequency scan is of all bands scan, it scans upwards as your STEPPING setting.
▼ In channel scan, the skipped channel is not in the line of scanning. Scan upwards as per channel no.
(please refer to channel scan skip).
▼ Frequency/channel scan can change scan direction by press
/
, when find a matching carrier wave and
signaling, the transceiver will stay 5 seconds then go on scanning. (Please refer to scan setup)
Channel Scan Skip
Under channel mode, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
" icon,
then press
key to set current arrow directed channel as Channel scan skip.
Repeat above operation to cancel channel scan skip.
1.LCD displayed " S " means the current channel will not be scanned.
2." S " icon disappeared means the current channel will be scanned.
Frequency Reverse
Under standby state, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
" icon, then press
key
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BASIC OPERATIONS
to set arrow directed channel as frequency reverse, repeat above operation to turn
off frequency reverse.
1.When LCD displays "R" icon, it means current arrow directed channel open the
frequency reverse function, the TX frequency and RX frequency is interchanged,
if CTCSS/DCS signaling is set, it will also interchange.
2.When "R" icon disappears, it means reverse function is close.
TX Power selection
Under standby state, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
"
icon, then press
key to choose High/Low power for current arrow directed
channel.
1.When LCD displays "L" icon, it means low power is chose.
2.When LCD displays "H" icon, it means high power is chose.
DTMF code Transmit and Enquiry
1.Press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
" icon, then press
data and group number (total 16 groups) of current group.
key, LCD displays DTMF
2.Press
/
to choose desired group and DTMF data, press [PTT] key to
transmit selected DTMF signaling. If current group not edit DTMF data, LCD
displays the current group number and "EMPTY".
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BASIC OPERATIONS
3.When current group displays "EMPTY", press
key, the top left corner of
LCD displays " " icon, press and hold
key until transceiver emits "DU"
beep, transceiver enters into DTMF edit state, LCD displays "___________",
now you can enter desired DTMF data by keypad.
4.When finished editing, press side key [PF2] to save DTMF signaling.
Keypad lock
In order to prevent wrong operation, user can make use of keypad lock function.
Under standby state, press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays "
" icon,
then press and hold
key until transceiver emits "DU" beep, LCD displays " "
icon, keypad is locked. Repeat above operation, " " icon disappears, key lock function is cancelled.
Single-band Switching
To avoid interference from the sub channels when main channel in use, you can
use the single band switching function to turn off sub channel band quickly.
1. In standby mode, press
key then press
upper band, the lower band will be turned off.
key, the radio will display the
2. Repeat above operation, the radio will display the lower band, the upper band
will be turned off.
3. Repeat above operation to return to dual band display.
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Function Menu Setup
Menu 1-13 of this transceiver are channel operations. Channel operations temporarily changed the functions
of current channel. When power off or channel has been changed, the relevant setup will be erased. Only
under VFO mode, the channel operations will be saved until next change. Menu 14-32 is background
operation, it is valid for all channels, the relevant setup will be saved until next change.
The operating methods are as follows:
key, the top left corner of LCD displays " " icon, then press
key to enter function menu.
1.Press
2.Press
/
key to choose desired function.
enter into next menu, press
/
to select desired setting.
3.Press
to select CTCSS, DCS or OFF. When select DCS press
Note:In CTCSS/DCS setting, Press
switch between positive and negative code, In editing name, press
to move downward icon, press
move upward icon.
to
to return last menu or press
,
to confirm and exit. .
4.Press
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Menu LCD Display Function
No.
1
T-CDC
CTCSS/DCS
Encode
Options
Description
OFF
No CTCSS/DCS Encode
51 groups fixed CTCSS encode+1 group selfdefined CTCSS encode
1024 groups DCS Encode
62.5HZ-254.1Hz+Self defined
000N-777I
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Function Menu Setup
000N-777I
No CTCSS/DCS Decode
51 groups fixed CTCSS decode+1 group selfdefined CTCSS decode
1024 groups DCS decode
OFF
No CTCSS/DCS encode/decode
62.5HZ-254.1Hz+Self defined
51 groups fixed CTCSS encode/decode + 1 group
self-defined CTCSS encode/decode
000N-777I
1024 group DCS encode/decode
OFF
2
R-CDC
CTCSS/DCS
Decode
62.5HZ-254.1Hz+Self defined
3
RT-CDC
CTCSS/DCS
Encode/Decode
Synchronous
4
TONDEC
Optional signaling DTMF
setup
5
SIGNAL
Squelch mode
setup
Current optional signal is DTMF
SQ
When current channel received matching RF
signals, transceiver can hear the talking from the
other party.
CTCSS/DCS
When current channel received matching RF signals
and matching CTCSS/DCS signaling, transceiver
can hear the talking from the other party.
TONE
When current channel received matching
RF signals and matching optional signaling,
transceiver can hear the talking from the other
party.
CT&TO
When current channel received matching RF
signals + matching optional signaling + matching
CTCSS/DCS signaling, transceiver can hear the
talking from the other party.
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Function Menu Setup
5
SIGNAL
Squelch mode
setup
CT/TO
When current channel received matching RF
signals, or matching optional signaling, or matching
CTCSS/DCS signaling, transceiver can hear the
talking from the other party.
6
STEP
2.5K-50K
9 options in total
7
W/N
Frequency step
size setup
Wide / Narrow
Band Selection
WIDE/NARROW
Wide band/Narrow band
8
REV
Frequency
Reverse
ON
Turn on Frequency reverse function, TX and RX
frequency of current channel will be interchanged.
OFF
Close Frequency reverse function.
9
TALKAR
Talk Around
10
OFFSET
11
NAME
Offset Frequency
setup
Editing Channel
name
OFF
Turn on Talk Around function, current channel will
transmit at RX frequency, if CTCSS/DCS signaling
is set, it will interchange decoding CTCSS/DCS as
encoding.
Close Talk Around function.
0-70MHz
Frequency range is 00-70MHz.
TX=RX
a-Z
BUSY
12
RPLOCK
Busy Channel
Lockout
REPEAT
OFF
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In channel name display mode, will display the
edited channel name.
Carrier wave lock, transmitting is prohibited when
received matching carrier wave.
Signaling lock, transmitting is prohibited when
received matching carrier but with mismatching
CTCSS/DCS
Close B CLO function.
Function Menu Setup
13
TX
TX OFF
14
BAND
Band Limit
15
DSPSUB
Sub band display
setup
16
BEEP
Keypad Voice
prompt setup
17
TOT
Time-Out-Timer
18
VOX
Voice Operated
Transmission
(VOX) Setup
19
VDELAY
20
APO
21
DTMF
22
SQL
ON
TX function is enabled in current channel
OFF
TX function is disabled in current channel
ON/OFF
Turn on/off band limit function
FREQ
Display sub band frequency or channel
VOLT
Display current battery voltage
OFF
Sub band display is disabled
ON/OFF
Turn on/off keypad voice prompt function
OFF
Turn off time-out timer
1-27MIN
Total 27minutes of TOT for optional, each interval
is 1minute
OFF
Turn off VOX function
1-10
Total 10 VOX levels for optional
VOX Delay Setup 0.5S-3S
Automatic Power OFF
Off Setup
30MIN-2HOUR
DTMF
50MS-500MS
Transmitting Time
Squelch level
00-09
Setup
Total 27 levels for optional, each interval is 0.1S
Disable the Automatic power off function
30minutes ~ 2hours: Total 3 levels for optional
Total 5 kinds of DTMF transmitting time for optional
10 levels of squelch in total for optional, "00" is minimum
setup value (normally open)
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Function Menu Setup
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24
25
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SCAN
FTIME
Scan Dwell Time
Setup
Function Icon
Stay Time
5ST-15ST
When scanning matched signal, transceiver will
stop scanning for 5-15seconds then resume.
2SP
When scanning matched signal, transceiver will stop
scanning, 2seconds after signal disappeared, then
resume.
FUNCT
When finished function setting or enter into
function menu, icon disappeared.
1SEC-3SEC
When finished function setting or enter into function
menu, icon stay 1-3seconds then disappeared.
ALWAYS
Function icon is always display, only when pressing
function key again, the icon will disappear.
ON/OFF
Always on/off
AUTO
Backlight will automatic closed after a period.
LIGHT
LCD Backlight
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COLOR
LCD Backlight
Color
BLUE/ORG/PUR
Blue/Orange/Purple
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ID
Self ID inquiry
***
LCD displays radio self ID, DTMF ID is 3 digits.
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TBST
Tone Pulse
Frequency
Selection
1750Hz/2100Hz/1450Hz/
1000Hz
Tone plus frequency is 1750Hz/2100HZ/1450Hz
/1000Hz
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SAVE
Battery Save
Setup
30
RADIO
FM radio
OFF
1:2-1:8
AUTO
ON/OFF
Turn off battery save function.
Battery save time is 1:2-1:8
Battery save ratio is adjusting automatically.
Allow/Prohibit using FM radio.
Function Menu Setup
31
PF1
Self define PF1/
PF2 key function
32
PF2
VOLT
Displays current battery capacity.
CALL
Call function.
ALARM
Emergency alarm function.
SUBPTT
Sub band PTT.
LAMP
OFF
Lamp
No function.
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Function Menu Setup
Display Mode Setup
There are three kinds of display modes for optional.
1.Press [MONI] key to turn on radio, hold [MONI] key until transceiver emits beep.
2.Press
/
key to choose No. 01 function item, it shows "DSP" on LCD.
3.Press
enter into next menu, then press
/
to select desired setting.
FREQ: Frequency + Channel mode, transceiver displays current channel name
key to switch into VFO mode.
+ frequency, press
CH: Channel mode, 1~21 items of function menu will hide automatically, user
can only operate some functions. It is unable to switch into VFO by pressing
key and the factory default setting is locked. This model can be used for
professional mode.
NAME: Channel + Name Tag mode, transceiver displays current channel number
+ channel name, press
key to switch into VFO mode.
4.Press
key or
key to confirm and exit.
Resume Factory Default
You can make all the settings of transceiver return to the factory default settings when transceiver can not
work normally because of wrong operation or error setup.
1.Press [MONI] key to turn on radio, hold [MONI] key until transceiver emits beep.
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Function Menu Setup
2.Press
LCD.
/
key to choose No. 02 function item, it shows "RESTOR" on
3.Press
enter into next menu, then press
OFF: No operations.
/
to select desired setting.
FACT: Resume all items to factory default, including channel and background
settings.
INIT: Resume background settings to factory default, channel operations are
keeping.
4.Press
5.Press
key to exit current selection.
key to confirm current selection.
Note: In power off state, hold
key to power on radio, the radio will resume to factory default.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
General
VHF:136~174MHz
Frequency Range UHF:400~480MHZ
(EX:400~520MHz)
Channel Capacity 200 channels
25KHz (wide band)
Channel Spacing
12.5KHz (narrow band)
Phase-locked
0.1KHz
Step
Operation Voltage 7.4V DC ±20%
More than 12 Hours(1300mAh), by
Battery Life
5-5-90 working cycle
Frequency
±2.5ppm
Stability
Operation
-20℃~ +55℃
Temperature
Size
113x62x35mm (with battery)
Weight
198g(with battery)
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Receiving Part
Sensitivity
(12dB SINAD)
Adjacent Channel
Selecitvity
Intermodulation
Spurious Rejection
Hum & Noise
Audio Distortion
Audio Power Output
Power Output
Modulation
Adjacent Channel
Power
Hum & Noise
Spurious Emission
Audio Distortion
wide band
narrow band
≤0.25μV
≤0.35μV
≥65dB
≥60dB
≥60dB
≥70dB
≥45dB
≤5%
1000mW/10%
≥60dB
≥70dB
≥40dB
Transimitting Part
wide band
4W/1W (UHF)
5W/1W (VHF)
16KΦF3E
narrow band
11KΦF3E
≥65dB
≥60dB
≥40dB
≤-36dB
≤5%
≥40dB
≤-36dB
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Corrective Action
No power
A.The battery may be exhausting. Recharge or replace the battery.
B.The battery may not be installed correctly. Remove the battery
and install it again.
Battery power dies shortly after
charging.
No sound after using earphone.
for a while
The battery life is finished. Replace the battery pack with a new one.
Earphone jack is broken. Please contact with local dealers to repair.
Cannot talk or hear other
members in your group
A.Different frequency or channel, please change it.
B.Different CTCSS / DCS / DTMF, please reset it.
C.Out of communication range.
Receiving intermittent with in
big noise
Out of communication range or obstruct by tall buildings or in big noise.
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