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PRECAUTIONS
NOTICES TO THE USERS
• Government law prohibits the operation of unlicensed radio
transmitters within the territories 'under government control.
• Illegal operation is punishable by fine or imprisonment or
both.
• Refer service to qualified technicians only.
FEATURES
• Ultra Compact Design
• 50 Groups of CTCSS
• Long Operation Period With Li-ion Battery
• High Output Power (Up to 5Woperation)
• Clear Blue LCD Backlit
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Please observe the following precautions to prevent the transceiver
damage:
• Do not modify this transceiver unless instructed by this manual or
by service documentation.
• Turn off your transceiver while taking on fuel, or while parked in
gasoline service stations.
• Do not expose the transceiver to long periods of direct sunlight nor
place the transceiver close to heating appliances.
• Do not place the transceiver in excessively dusty areas, humid
areas, wet areas, nor on unstable surfaces.
• If an abnormalodor or smoke is detectedcomingfrom the transceiver,
tum OFF the power immediately and remove the battery pack from
the transceiver. Contact our service station or your dealer.
UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT
Note: The following unpacking instructions are for use by your dealer,
an authorized service facility, or the factory.
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, file a claim with the carrier immediately.
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
5. MEMORY CHANNELS
1. PREPARATION
CHARGING THE L1-ION BATTERY PACKBASIC OPERATION
•••••••••••••••••• -- •••••• ------- •••••••••.••••• -- •• --. 1
RECALLING MEMORY CHANNELS·· -. - -- -- - --- --- - -- •• 13
CLEARING MEMORY CHANNELS······················ 13
CHANNEL DISPLAY FUNCTION........................ 13
INSTALLING THE LHON BATTERY PACK·········--··--· 2
INSTALLING THE ANTENNA •••••••• ------------ ••• _•••. 2
INITIALIZING MEMORY••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• _ 14
FULL RESET ----.
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INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP ----.- ••••••••••••••••• - ••• 3
INSTALLING THE SPEAKER/MICROPHONE ••••••••••• --. 3
2. GETTING ACQUAINTED
KEYS AND CONTROLS- - - - - - - - - - - •••••••••••••••••• - - -.
LCD DISPLAY - - - •••••••••••••••• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ­ ......
BASIC TRANSCEIVER MODES -- •••••••••••••••••• --- ••
VFO MODE - - - - - - - • - - - - • - •••••••• - •••••• - •• - - - • • • •.
6. SCAN
SCAN RESUME METHOD --------------- ••••••••••••••
SELECTING SCAN RESUME METHOD - - - - - •••• ­ ....
VFO SCAN ••••••••• - •••••••••• - • - • - - - - - • - • • • • • • • • • • • •
MEMORY CHANNEL SCAN ••••••••• ------ •• --.- •••••••
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5
6
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15
15
16
16
Locking Out Memory Channels······· -. -. - - -. - - - - - - -. 16
7. CTCSS
USING CTCSS········ - ••••••••••••••• ~ •• - •••• - - ••• - -. 17
MEMORY RECALL MODE .------ •••• -.-.--- •••••• -- 6
MENU MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ••••••••• _•• - ••••• - - - - 6
3. BASIC OPERATION
SWITCHING POWER ON/OFF ----- •••••••• -- •••••••• --- 7
ADJUSTING VOLUME ---------- ••••••••••••••••••••• -- 7
ADJUSTING SQUELCH -.------ •••••••••••••••••••• ----. 7
8. OPERATOR CONVENIENCES
KEYPAD LOCK FUNCTION ••••••••• - •••••••••••••••••• 18
APO (AUTO POWER OFF) -.---. __ ._ ••••••••••••••••••• 18
TIME-OUT TIMER ••• -----.- ••• -.-- •• ----- •• --------.-. 18
BATTERY SAVER •••••••••••••••• - ••••••••••••••••• ~ •. 19
SELECTING FREQUENC··---························_- 8
TRANSMITTING··········· - - •••••••••••••••••••••••• - - 8
LAMP FUNCTION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -. -. - - •••• - -. - - ­ ... 19
BEEP FUNCTION ••••• - ••••••••••••• - •• --.-----------. 19
SELECTING AN OUTPUT POWER - - - - - - - - - - ••• - - - ­ ...... 9
CHANNEL SETTING - - -- - -- - --- - -. --- - --. ----- - •••••••• 9
[ 0 )/[ 8 )
KEYS ENABLE.··· - - - - - - •• - •••••••• - - ­ ... 20
STOP WATCH -.- •••••••••••••••••••••••• - ••• - •••••••• 20
4. OPERATING THRU REPEATERS
REPEATER ACCESS·· -- •••••••• -- - --- - -- ••••• - - --- -.' 11
KEYPAD DIRECT ENTRY••• ---- •• - •••••• ····--- ••••••• 20
SELECTING A TONE FREQUENCY ------------- ••••. 11
STANDARD TONE AND CTCSS TABLE····-···········-' 12
FREQUENCY ENTRy.····················· - ­ ...... 20
MEMORY CHANNEL NUMBER ENTRY.- •• -.---.-.--- 20
CHANGING FREQUENCY STEP SIZE .-- •• -.-----------. 21
9. SPECiFiCATION .•...•... - -. - - -. -..................... 22
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PREPARATION
PREPARATION
CHARGING THE L1·ION BAITERY PACK
INSTALLING THE L1-ION BAITERY PACK
Note: Because the battery pack is provided uncharged, you
Position the two grooves on the edge and two hooks at the
bottom of the battery over the corresponding guides on the
back of the transceiver.
must charge the battery pack before using it with the transceiver.
Slide the battery pack or transceiver with a battery pack into
the desktop charger.
Slide the battery pack along the back of the transceiver until
the release latch on the top of the transceiver locks the battery
pack in place.
• The charging LED lights red and charging begins; when the
light turns to green, it means the battery pack is fully charged.
• It takes approximately 3 hours to charge an empty Li-ion
battery pack.
CAUTION
• Exceeding the specified charge period shortens the useful
life of the Li-ion battery pack.
The provided charger is designed to charge only the provided
• Li-ion battery pack. Charging other models of battery packs
may damage the charger and battery pack.
• The battery pack must be kept in cool and dry place.
To remove the battery pack, push the release latch on top,
then slide the battery pack down.
INSTALLING THE ANTENNA
Hold the base of the supplied antenna, then screw the antenna
into the connector on the top panel of the transceiver until
secure.
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PREPARATION
INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP
GETTING ACQUAINTED
KEYS AND CONTROLS
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Release Latch
PowerNolume Knob
rn~~~~--You can install the supplied belt clip to the transceiver tightening
the 2 supplied screws
INSTALLING THE SPEAKER/MICROPHONE
UP key --------'\HfDOWN key
Speaker
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Keypad-----~
Push to Talk
(PTT)
Lamp
LCD Display
Microphone
- - - - - - Battery Pack
Strap Hook ---f1~~~
SPKI
Mic Jacks
Monitor
Insert the speaker/microphone plugs into the speaker/
microphone jacks.
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
GETTING ACQUAINTED
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LCD DISPLAY
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BASIC TRANSCEIVER MODES
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when the function key is pressed.
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This section introduces you to the basic modes you can select
on this transceiver.
• VFO MODE
Press [1Yl ] to select. In this mode you can change the
operating frequency by using the [
8 ], [ G ].
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when the transmit output power is set to Low.
Shows the battery life.
when the displayed memory channel has
locked out.
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• MEMORY RECALL MODE
Press [ IYl ] to select. In this mode you can change
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memory channels, using the [
8 ], [ G ], where you
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Display the current memory channel when in Memory
Recall mode.
stored frequencies and related data. You cannot enter this
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Display various alphanumeric information such as an
channel or menu selection.
For further information, refer to "MEMORY CHANNELS".
when the Auto Power Off function is activated.
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"CT" appears when the CTCSS function is activated.
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when the Tone function is activated.
• MENU MODE
Press [ w] combine with other key to select. In this mode
you can change the setting by using the [
8 ],[ G]·
when the Frequency Shift function is activated.
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mode unless you program one memory channel at least.
8
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G ]key unlock function
4nn~~r~ when the Lock function is ON.
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BASIC OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
SWITCHING POWER ON/OFF
1. Press [CD], [GD].
• The current squelch level appears.
1. Turn the [POWER] switch clockwise to turn ON the
transceiver.
• A music tone sounds.
2. To turn OFF the transceiver, turn the [POWER] switch
counterclockwise again.
• The transceiver stores the parameters when it is turned
OFF. It recalls these parameters next time you turn the
transceiver ON again.
2. Use the [
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level from
• Select just the level at which the background noise is
eliminated when no signal is present.
• The larger the level number you select, the stronger
the signals you need to receive to hear.
ADJUSTING VOLUME
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8 l. [ G ] key to select the squelch
1. Turn the [VOLUME] control clockwise to increase the
audio output level and counterclockwise to decrease the
output level.
3. Press any key other than [LAMP] and [MONI] to complete
the setting .
• If you are not receiving a signal, press and hold [MONI]
to unmute the speaker, then adjust the [VOLUME]
control to a comfortable audio output level.
SELECTING FREQUENCY
1. Use [ 8 ] key to increase the frequency, and [
decrease the frequency.
G ] to
• If you cannot select a particular frequency, the freque­
ncy step size needs to be changed. See "CHANGING
FREQUENCY STEP SIZE.
• You can also select frequencies with the numeric keys.
ADJUSTING SQUELCH
The purpose of the Squelch is to mute the speaker when no
signals are present. With the squelch level correctly set, you
will hear sound only while actually receiving signals. The
higher the selected squelch level, the stronger the signals
must be, to receive. The appropriate squelch level depends
on the ambient RF noise conditions.
TRANSMITTING
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1. To transmit, hold the transceiver approximately 5 cm (2
inches) from your mouth, then press and hold the [PTT]
switch and speak into the microphone in your normal tone
of voice .:
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• The status LED on the top panel lights red and bar­
graph meter appears
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BASIC OPERAliON
BASIC OPERATION
2. When you finish speaking, release the [PIT] switch.
1. Selecting Channel
Use [ 8 ] or [ G 1key to select your desired channel,
range from 1-99.
Note: If you transmit continuously for more than 4 minutes,
....the internal time-out timer generates a warning beep and
the transceiver stops transmitting. In this case, release the
[PIT] switch and let the transceiver cool down for a while,
then press the [P'Tl'] switch again to resume transmitting.
2. RtX Frequency
Press [PIT], then [ (J[) 1key to enter RX frequency setup.
You can select your RX frequency through keypad, after
press [PIT] to complete the setting.
SELECTING AN OUTPUT POWER
• To change the channel spacing, press [ ~ 1 key to
switch between (5kHz/6.25kHz), default setting is 5kHz.
Selecting lower transmission power is the best way to reduce
the battery consumption, if communication is still reliable. You
can configure different power levels for transmission.
1. Press [ (J[)
power.
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3. RXCTCSS
When you enter this mode, LCD display (oFF 3). Press
[ (J[) ] key to enter, use [ 8 1or [ G 1key to select your
desired CTCSS frequency (50 groups of CTCSS available),
press [PIT] to complete the setting.
key to switch between high and low output
4. TX Frequency
CHANNEL SETriNG
Press [MONI] and [ 8 ] key, then power ON, enter to self
programming mode. LCD display (SELF).
Same with RX Frequency setup.
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Press [
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1key, LCD display to (CH-01 1).
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5. TX CTSCC
Same with RX CTCSS setup.
6. Beat Shift
Use [ 8 1or [ G ] to switch between ON and OFF
(Default setting OFF).
7. Scan Del/Add
Use I 8 1or [ G 1to switch between Add (Add Scan,
Default setting) and dEL (Scan Delete).
8. TX Power Hi/lo Select
to switch between Hi (High Power
Use [ 8 ] or [
Output, default setting) and t,o (low Power Output).
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You can also program by your dealer through PC software.
9. Complete self programming mode, LCD display (End 9).
Press [PIT] to enter to next channel setting.
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OPERATING THRU REPEATERS
OPERATING THRU REPEATERS
Compared to simplex cornrrumication, you can usually transmit
over much farther distances by using a repeater. Repeaters
are typically located on a mountain top or other elevated
location. Often they operate at higher ERP (Effective Radiated
Power) than a typical station. This combinations of elevation
and high ERP allows communications over considerable
distances.
REPEATER ACCESS
Most amateur radio voice repeaters use a separate receive
and transmit frequency. You can set a separate transmit
frequency by selecting the offset frequency and offset direction
with respect to the receive frequency. The required offset
direction and offset frequency depend on the repeater you are
accessing.
The required offset direction, offset frequency, and tone
frequency depend on the repeater you are accessing. Consult
your local repeater reference .
STANDARD TONE AND CTCSS TABLE
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1 - 67.0
2 - 69.3
3 - 71.9
4 - 74.4
5 - 77.0
6 - 79.7
7 - 82.5
8 - 85.4
9 - 88.5
- 91.5
11 - 94.8
12 - 97.4
13-100.0
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27 - 159.8
- 199.5
28 - 162.2
41 - 203.5
29 - 165.5
42 - 206.5
- 167.9
43 - 210.7
-171.3
44-218.1
32 -173.8
45 - 225.7
33 -177.3
46 - 229.1
34 - 179.9
47 - 233.6
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35-183.5
48-241.8
36 - 186.2
37 - 189.9
38 - 192.8
39 -196.6
- 250.3
50 - 254.1
• SELECTING A TONE FREQUENCY
m ], [ Q;) ] to activate the Tone function.
2. Press [ m ], [ Q;J ].
1. Press [
• The current tone frequency appears.
3. Use [ 8 l. [ [:) ] to select a tone frequency.
4. Press [PTI] to complete the setting.
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MEMORY CHANNELS
MEMORY CHANNELS
RECALLING MEMORY CHANNELS
INITIALIZING MEMORY
1. Press [ CB ] to enter Memory Recall mode.
If your transceiver seems to be malfunctioning, initializing the
transceiver may resolve the problem.
• The memory channel used last is recalled.
Remember that you need to re-program memory channels
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2. Use [
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8 ], [ [] ] to select the desired memory channel.
after initialization. On the other hand, initialization is a quick
way to clear all memory channels.
• FULL RESET
• You cannot recall empty memory channels.
Use to initialize all settings.
• To restore VFO mode, press [ CB ] agin.
1. Press [ GJ Jthen Power ON the transceiver.
• A confirmation message appears.
CLEARING MEMORY CHANNElS
1. Enter Self Programming Mode, select the channel you
want to clear.
2. Press [PIT] to next step, LCD display the current RX
Frequency, press [ @J ] to clear.
3. Press [PIT] to complete the setting.
• To quit resetting, press any key other than [GJ].
2. Press [ GJ] again.
CHANN,EL DISPLAY FUNCTION
When this function is switched ON, the transceiver displays
only a memory channel number instead of a frequency.
1. Press [CB ] and then switch power ON to switch this funct­
ion ON (or OFF).
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SCAN
SCAN
Scan is an useful function for hands-off monitoring of your
VFOSCAN
favorite channels. By becoming comfortable with ail types of
VFO Scan allows you to scan all frequencies from the lowest
to the highest frequency on the band. The current frequency
step size is used.
Scan, you will increase your operating efficiency.
SCAN RESUME METHOD
Before using Scan. it's necessary to decide under what condition
you want your transceiver to continue scanning after detecting
and stopping for a signal. You can choose one of the following
modes. The default is Time-Operated mode.
• Time-Operated Mode (Default)
Your transceiver stops scanning when detecting a signal,
remains there for approximately 5 seconds. and then
continues to scan even if the signal is still present.
• Carrier-Qperated Mode
Your transceiver stops scanning when detecting a signal
and remains on the same channel until the signal drops
out. There is a 2 seconds delay between signal drop-out
and scan resumption to allow time for any responding
stations to begin transmitting.
1. Press [~].
Scan starts at the frequency currently displayed.
: To reverse the scan direction. use [ 8] (upward scan)
or [ [J] (downward scan).
2. To quit VFO Scan, press any key other than [LAMP], [MONI].
and [CIJ].
Note: The squelch must be closed for Scan to function.
MEMORY CHANNEL SCAN
Memory Scan allows all memory channels containing data to
be scanned.
1. Press [~].
• Scan starts with the channel last recalled .
• To reverse the scan direction, use [ G] (upward scan)
or [ 8] (downward scan).
2. To quit Memory Scan, press any key other than [LAMP],
[MONI].
Note: Pressing and holding [MONI] causes the transceiver to
stop scanning; releasinq [MONI] causes it to resume scanning.
Note: The squelch must be closed for Scan to function.
• SELECTING SCAN RESUME METHOD
You can lock out memory channels that you prefer not to
monitor during Memory Channel Scan.
1. Press [ CIJ], [ ~] to enter Scan Menu mode.
2. Press [ 8 ] or [ G] key to select Time-Operated
(TO). or Carrier-Operated (CO) mode.
3. Press any key other than [LAMP], [MONI] to exit Menu
mode.
• Locking Out Memory Channels
1. Press [ G], [ 8 ] key to select the memory channel to be
lock out.
2. Press [CIJ]. [rn] to switch Lockout ON (or OFF).
• A star appears at the right side of the LCD to indicate
that the channel has been locked out.
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OPERATOR CONVENIENCES
CTCSS
You may sometimes want to hear calls from only specific
persons or groups. The Continuous Tone Coded Squelch
Sysfem (CTCSS) allows you to ignore (not hear) unwanted
calls from other persons who are using the same frequency.
Simply select the same CTCSS tone as selected by the other
persons in your group. A CTCSS tone is sub-audible tone and
is selectable from among the 50 tone frequencies.
Note: CTCSS does not cause your conversation to be private.
It only relieves you of listening to unwanted conversations.
USING CTCSS
1. Select the desired channel number.
2. Press [ml, [(;;QI to switch the CTCSS function ON (or OFF).
• "CT" appears on left top of the LCD when CTCSS is ON.
KEYPAD LOCK FUNCTION
The Lock function disables most of the keys to prevent you
from accidentally activating a function.
1. Press [m I (1 second).
• Appears when this function id ON.
2. Press [m I (1 second) to unlock the keys.
APO (AUTO POWER OFF)
The transceiver switches OFF automatically if no keys and
controls are pressed or adjusted, and no signal is received
for 2 hours. 1 minute before the transceiver switch OFF,
warning beeps sound for few seconds and "A" blinks. Then,
the transceiver turns OFF automatically.
1. Press [ m
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• "A" appears.
2. To OFF the APO, press [ml, [QJI again.
TIME-OUT TIMER
3. Press [m], [~I·
• The current CTCSS frequency appears.
The Time-Out Timer (TOT) limits the time of each transmission.
The built-in time-out timer limits each transmission time toa
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4. Use I: 8 I, [ [:) 1'to select a tone frequency.
5. Press [PIT] to complete the setting.
], [ QJ I to switch ON the APO.
maximum of 7 minutes. Just before the transceiver stops the
transmission, a warning beeps sounds. It is necessary to
protect the transceiver from thermal damage. You can turn
this function OFF.
1. Press [ m], [ @DI to enter the TOT menu mode.
• Press [ 0 I, [ [:) I key to select your desired time (from
1-7 minutes) or switch it OFF.
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OPERATOR CONVENIENCES
BATTERY SAVER
Battery Saver extends the operating time of the transceiver.
It automatically activates when the squelch is closed and no
key is pressed for more than 5 seconds. To reduce the battery
consumption, it shuts the receiver circuit OFF for the
programmed time then momentarily turn it back ON to detect
a signal. To program the receiver shut-off period for battery
saver.
1. Press [ m], [ c;;g] to switch the Battery Saver ON/OFF.
• When the Battery Saver ON, "
appears.
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OPERATOR CONVENIENCES
[ 8 ] I [ 8 ] KEYS ENABLE
Sometimes you would like to use [ 8 J: [ 8 ] key to change
the memory channel when the keypad lock function is ON,
you can unlock the [
8 ], [8 1key to function even the keypad
lock function is ON.
1. Press [ m], [ QJ] to activate.
• " - " Appears.
STOPWATCH
This is an additional function for your convenience.
LAMP FUNCTION
1. Press [ m], [ GD] to starts the counting.
You can illuminate the transceiver display by pressing [LAMP].
Approximately 5 seconds after releasing [LAMP], the light goes
OFF if no other key is pressed. Pressing any key other than
[LAMP] while the display is lit restarts the 5 second timer;
pressing [LAMP] tums OFF the light immediately.
1. To latch the light ON, press [ m ], [LAMP]. The light rema­
ins ON until you press [ m ], [LAMP] again.
2. To stop, press any key other than [LAMP] and [MaN I].
BEEP FUNCTION
The Beep function provides you confirmation of entry, error
status, and malfunctions of the transceiver. We recommend
you leave it ON in order to detect erroneous operations and
malfunctions.
However, to turn the Beep function OFF:
[ m], [ ~] to enter the Beep menu mode.
2. Press [ 8] or [ 8] key to switch between ON/OFF.
3. Press any key other than [LAMP] and [MaN'] to complete
the setting.
1. Press
KEYPAD DIRECT ENTRY
You can select the deslred' operating frequency or memory
channel by entering digits directly from the keypad. Enter the
next digit within 10 seconds.
• FREQUENCY ENTRY
1. Press I C'EJ ] to select VFO mode.
2. Press the numeric keys in sequence on the keypad.
Note:
• When the current step size is 5kHz, the 1 kHz digit is
corrected according to which key is pressed for the 1 kHz
digit. Pressing [0] - [4] selects "0" and pressing [5] - [9]
selects 5.
• When the current step size is 6025kHz, the 1kHz and
subsequent digits are corrected according to which keys
are pressed for the 10Khz and 1 kHz digits.
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OPERATOR CONVENIENCES
SPECIFICATION
• MEMORY CHANNEL NUMBER ENTRY
1. Press [ C"B ] to enter Memory Recall mode.
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Power Supply
• The memory channel used last is recalled.
2. Press the numeric keys to enter a 2-digit memory channel
number.
• To recall channel 3, for example, enter "03".
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• Do not enter a memory channel number with no any
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Dimension
Pole
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CHANGING FREQUENCY STEP SIZE
Choosing the correct step size is essential in order to select
your exact receive frequency.
1. Press [ Q'J] to select VFO mode.
2. Press [ rn ], [ QU] switch between step size are 5, 6,25
kHz.
Note: Changing between step size may correct the displayed
frequency. For example, if 144.995 MHz displayed with a 5
Output Power
Modulation Mode
Max: Frequency Deviation
Sparious Radiation
Preemphasis Character
Emission Current
HI : <;,5W LO:. 1W_ . _ - - ;
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6dB
<;,HI : 1500mA
LO: 800mA
kHz step size selected, changing to a 6025kHz step size
corrects the displayed frequency to 144.9875 MHz.
Sensitivity
Squelch Sensitivity
Intermodulation
Interference Resistance
Audio Power
~400mW
Receiving Current
<;,140mA
Standby Current
50dB
20mA
• Specifications are subject to change for improvements without
notice.
21-22
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