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LG LGRD6330 Owner's manual
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Important Safety Precautions
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further detalied information is given in
this user guide.
Caution
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Violation of the instructions may cause serious injury or death.
Never use an unapproved battery since
this could damage the phone and/or
battery and could cause the battery to
explode.
Never place your phone in a microwave
oven as it will cause the battery to explode.
G Do not dispose of your battery by fire or
with hazardous or flammable materials.
G
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Make sure that no sharp-edged items such as
animal’s teeth, nails, come into contact with
the battery. There is a risk of this causing a
fire.
Store the battery in a place out of reach of
children.
G Be careful that children do not swallow any
parts such as rubber plugs (earphone,
connection parts of the phone, etc.). This
could cause asphyxiation or suffocation.
G
G
Unplug the power cord and charger during
lightning storms to avoid electric shock or
fire.
When riding in a car, do not leave your
phone or set up the hands-free car kit near
to the air bag. If wireless equipment is
improperly installed and the air bag is
activated, you may be seriously injured.
G Do not use a hand-held phone while
driving.
G
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Do not use the phone in areas where its
use is prohibited. (For example: aircraft).
Do not expose the battery charger or
adapter to direct sunlight or use it in places
with high humidity, such as a bathroom.
G Never store your phone in temperatures
less than -15°C or greater than 50°C.
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Important Safety Precautions
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Do not use harsh chemicals(such as
alcohol, benzene, thinners, etc.) or
detergents to clean your phone. There is a
risk of this causing a fire.
G
Do not drop, strike, or shake your phone
severely. Such actions may harm the
internal circuit boards of the phone.
G
Do not use your phone in high explosive
areas as the phone may generate sparks.
Do not damage the power cord by bending,
twisting, pulling, or heating. Do not use the
plug if it is loose as it may cause a fire or
electric shock.
G Do not place any heavy items on the power
cord. Do not allow the power cord to be
crimped as it may cause fire or electric
shock.
G Do not handle the phone with wet hands
while it is being charged. It may cause an
electric shock or seriously damage your
phone.
Only use the batteries, antennas, and
chargers provided and approved by LG.
The warranty will not be applied to
products provided by other suppliers.
G Only authorized personnel should service
the phone and its accessories. Faulty
installation or service may result in
accidents and consequently invalidate the
warranty.
G
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Do not hold or let the antenna come in
contact with your body during a call.
G
3 emergency calls can be made only within
a service area. For emergency call(100,
101, 102), make sure that you are within a
service area and that the phone is turned
on.
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Do not disassemble the phone.
Do not place or answer calls while charging
the phone as it may short-circuit the phone
and/or cause electric shock or fire.
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Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
1.3 Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
1.4 Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Redialing Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
1.5 Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
2. Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Caller ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
2.1 Write . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Entering and Editing
Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
2.2 Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Entering Information Using T9
Text Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
2.4 Outbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Examples Using T9 Text Input . . . . .22
2.6 Archive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Using the Battery and
Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Examples Using Abc (Multi-tap)
Text input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
2.7 Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Installing and Removing the
Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Key Mapping For Hindi Entry . . . . .24
2.9 Msg Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
To Edit in Hindi Mode . . . . . . . . . . . .25
2.0 Erase Msgs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
2.* Msg Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Battery Charge Level . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Examples Using T9Hin Text Input
for Hindi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Caring for the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Phone Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
3. Call History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Basic Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Phone Book Features . . . . . . . . . . . .26
3.1 Missed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Turning the Phone On and Off . . . .16
Menu Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
3.2 Received . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Receiving Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
General Guidelines to Menu
Access and Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Signal Strength . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
1. Names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
About the antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
1.1 Add Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Quick Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
1.2 Find . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Phone Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Phone Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Onscreen Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Menu Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
2.3 1234 Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
2.5 Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
2.8 Templates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
2.# Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
3.3 Dialled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
3.4 In Call Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
3.5 Call Duration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
3.6 Erase History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
3.7 Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
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Contents
4. Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
7.2 To Do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
0.5 Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Select Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
7.3 Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
7.4 Reserved Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Functions Used During a Call .70
Rename Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Customize Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
7.5 Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
4.7 Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
7.6 D-Day Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
5. Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
7.7 Stopwatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
5.1 Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
7.8 Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
5.2 Service Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
7.9 Unit Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
5.3 Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
7.0 World Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
In Call Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Mute/Unmute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Voice Privacy On/Off . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Voice Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Adjusting Speaker Mode On . . . . .70
Earpiece/Speaker Volume . . . . . . . .70
5.4 Time & Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
7.* Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
5.5 Wallpaper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
8. R World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
8.1 R-Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Frequently Asked Questions .72
5.6 Menu Style . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
5.7 Colour Scheme . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
8.2 Play N Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
5.8 Rhythmic Lighting . . . . . . . . . . . .53
8.3 Reset R-Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
5.9 Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
8.4 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Safety Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . .78
5.0 Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
8.5 Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
TIA Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . .78
5.* Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
9. Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
6. Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
9.1 Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
FDA Consumer Update . . . . . . . . . . .84
6.1 My Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
9.2 My Stuff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
Service Center List . . . . . . . . . .93
6.2 Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
0. Voice Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
6.3 Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
0.1 Voice Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
6.4 Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
0.2 Answering Machine . . . . . . . . . .68
7. Organiser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
0.3 Voice Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
7.1 Scheduler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
0.4 Voice Dialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
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Frequently asked questions . . . . . .72
Before calling for service . . . . . . . .76
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the LG-RD6330
cellular phone that has been designed to operate with
the latest digital mobile communication technology,
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). The CDMA
system has greatly enhanced voice clarity and can
provide various types of advanced features.
This is an advanced and compact phone which has
diverse features as follows :
• Large, easy-to-read, 5 lines display + 1 Icon Line + 1
Menu Line.
• Paging, Messaging, E-mail, Voice mail, and Caller ID.
• 20-key keypad(10 number keys / 2 function keys / 2
Soft keys / 1 clear key / 4 way navigation 1 key / 1
Call key / 1 End key / 1 OK key / 1 Side Camera key).
• Digital Zoom Camera with Flash Light.
• Video recording with Voice.
• Long battery stand-by and talk time.
• 2000 dynamic Phonebook entries.
• Choice of 17 ringtones + 5 Animated Ringtones +
downloadable ringtones from R World + 5 from
MMS.
• Wallpaper : Native 4 (2 still image & 2 animated
images), 5 downloadable through R World, and 5
through MMS or Camera.
• Menu-driven interface with prompt for easy
operation and configuration.
• Voice Recorder, Answering Machine, Voice
Messages and Voice Dialling.
• Voice privacy inherent with CDMA encoding.
• Any key answer, auto redialing, 99 speed dialing
memory locations.
• Optional accessories with greater convenience and
enhanced functionality.
• Speaker Phone, In Call Memo.
• Airplane Mode, Rhythmic Lighting.
• SMS, LMS, MMS, Message to E-mail, Group of SMS
/ E-mail / MMS.
• SMS on Call Reject and Reserved Call.
• Bilingual support (English and Hindi).
Check Accessories
Your mobile phone comes with a AC Adaptor,
rechargeable battery, handstrap and headset. Please
verify that these accessories are included.
Important Information
This user’s manual provides important information on
the use and operation of your phone. Please read all
the information carefully prior to using the phone for
the best performance and to prevent any damage to
or misuse of the phone. Any unapproved change or
modification will void your warranty.
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Before You Start
Safety Instructions
WARNING! To reduce the possibility of electric shock,
do not expose your phone to high humidity areas,
such as the bathroom, swimming pool, etc.
Use only LG-approved batteries and travel chargers to
avoid the damage to the phone. Using other batteries
or chargers voids your warranty and may cause an
explosion.
Do not use batteries and travel chargers for the other
purposes other than their original purpose of using for
the phone.
Always store your phone away from heat. Never store
your phone in settings that may expose it to
temperatures less than -20°C or greater than 50°C,
such as outside during a snowstorm or in your car on
a hot day. Exposure to excessive cold or heat will
result in malfunction, damage and/or catastrophic
failure.
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Use caution when using your phone near other
electronic devices. RF emissions from your mobile
phone may affect nearby inadequately shielded
electronic equipment. You should consult with
manufacturers of any personal medical devices such
as pacemakers and hearing aids to determine if they
are susceptible to interference from your mobile
phone. Turn off your phone in a medical facility or at a
gas station.
Never place your phone in a microwave oven as it will
cause the battery to explode.
IMPORTANT! Please read the TIA Safety Information
(on page 78) before using your phone.
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FCC RF Exposure Information
WARNING! Read this information before operating the
phone.
In August 1996, the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) of the United States, with its action
in Report and Order FCC 96-326, adopted an updated
safety standard for human exposure to radio
frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by
FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are
consistent with the safety standard previously set by
both U.S. and international standards bodies.
The design of this phone complies with the FCC
guidelines and these international standards.
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CAUTION
Use only the supplied and approved accessories. Use
of unauthorized accessories or modifications could
impair call quality, damage the phone, void your
warranty.
Do not use the phone with a damaged accessories. If
the damaged accessories come into contact with the
skin, a minor burn may result. Contact your local
dealer for a replacement of accessories.
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Before You Start
Body-worn Operation
Vehicle Mounted External Antenna
This device was tested for typical body-worn
operations with the back of the phone kept 3/4 inches
(2cm) from the body. To comply with FCC RF exposure
requirements, a minimum separation distance of 3/4
inches (2cm) must be maintained between the user’s
body and the back of the phone, including the
antenna. Third-party belt-clips, holsters, and similar
accessories containing metallic components should
not be used. Body-worn accessories that cannot
maintain 3/4 inches (2cm) separation distance
between the user’s body and the back of the phone,
and have not been tested for typical body-worn
operations may not comply with FCC RF exposure
limits and should be avoided.
(optional, if available)
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A minimum separation distance of 8 inches (20 cm)
must be maintained between the user/ bystander and
the vehicle mounted external antenna to satisfy FCC
RF exposure requirements.
For more information about RF exposure, visit the FCC
website at http://www.fcc.gov/.
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FCC Part 15 Class B Compliance
Battery Disposal
This device and its accessories comply with part 15 of
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device and its accessories may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
and its accessories must accept any interference
received, including interference that cause undesired
operation.
• Please dispose of your battery properly.
Cautions for Battery
• The charger is intended for indoor use only.
• Do not dispose of your battery in fire or with
hazardous or flammable materials.
Charger Cautions
• Using the wrong battery charger could damage
your phone and void your warranty.
• Do not disassemble.
• Do not short-circuit.
• Do not expose to high temperature : 60°C (140°F).
Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight or
use it in places with high humidity, such as the
bathroom.
• Do not incinerate.
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Getting Started
Cautions
G
Only use the batteries and chargers provided or
approved by LG. The warranty will not be applied to
products provided by other suppliers.
G
Using the phone in proximity to receiving
equipment (i.e., TV or radio) may cause
interference in this phone.
G
Do not use the cellular phone if the antenna is
damaged. If the damaged antenna gets in contact
with the skin, it may cause a slight burn. Please
contact LG Authorized Service Center (ASC) to
replace the damaged antenna.
G
Do not use the cellular phone in areas where its
use is prohibited. (For example: aircrafts).
G
Keep your phone in a safe place when not in use.
G
G
Only authorized personnel should service the
phone and its accessories. Faulty installation or
service may result in accidents and consequently
invalidate the warranty.
Do not expose the cellular phone to high
temperature or high humidity conditions.
G
This phone has a built-in antenna. As with any
other radio-transmitting device, do not touch the
upper part which antenna is mounted while the
phone is in use.
Do not expose your cellular phone to water. If this
happens, turn it off immediately and remove the
battery. If the phone does not work, bring it to an
LG Authorized Service Center.
G
Avoid shock or impact on the cellular phone.
G
G
Use only the antenna provided or approved by LG.
Unauthorized antennas, modifications or
attachments may affect the quality of phone call,
damage the phone or result in a violation of FCC
regulations.
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Phone Components
The following shows key components of your mobile phone.
Headset Jack
Earpiece
Flash Light
Camera Lens
LCD Screen
OK / Speaker Mode
ON~OFF Key
Soft Key1
Camera Key
Soft Key2
CALL Key
Clear / My Menu /
Flash Key
END / PWR Key
Up/Down/Left/Right
(Message/Voice Dialling/R World/Profiles)
Alphanumeric Keypad
Vibrate Mode Key
International Call Prefix Key
Key Guard Key
Data Port
Charger Port
Microphone
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Getting Started
Phone Overview
LCD Screen
Displays messages & indicator icons.
Soft Keys
(the names of the
functions of these
keys appear at the
bottom of the
screen)
Soft Key 1
Used to display the function setting menu.
CALL Key
Allows user to place or answer calls.
END/PWR Key
Used to turn power on/off and to end a
call. Using this key, you can return to the
main menu display screen. When you
press once, when a call is received, the
phone stops ringing or vibrating
depending on the mode it is in. Press
twice to reject the call.
Soft Key 2
Searches Phone Book, change text input
mode, set screen in calculator etc.
Edit SMS on Call Reject.
OK / Speaker
Mode ON~OFF
Key
Clear Key
Accepts the highlighted choice when
navigating through a menu. When
pressed long in idle model, activate
speaker mode On/Off.
Press to delete a single space or
character. Press and hold to delete
entire words. Press this key once in
any menu to go back to the previous
menu. In standby mode, press button
long to activate flashlight. Press to
access My Menu.
Vibrate Mode Key In standby mode, set the vibrate mode
by pressing and holding the key
about 2 seconds.
Key Guard Key
In standby mode, set the Key Guard
enabled by pressing and holding the
key
about 2 seconds.
Alphanumeric
Keypad
These keys enable you to enter numbers
and characters and choose menu items.
Camera Key
Press button shortly to Camera Menu.
Press button long to Camera preview.
Up/Down/Left/
Right
This Navigation key allows quick access
to
Messages and Voice Mail
notification messages.
Voice
Dialling,
R World,
Profiles.
International Call
Prefix Key
To make an international call, press
key for 2 or 3 seconds. + means
international calling code.
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Onscreen Icons
The phone screen displays several onscreen icons which appear when the phone is powered on.
Icons
Descriptions
Displays the strength of the signal received by the phone and current signal strength
is indicated by the number of bars displayed on the screen.
No service
The phone is not receiving a system signal.
In use
A call is in progress. * No icon indicates the phone is in standby mode.
Indicates speaker mode is on.
Indicates that a Text Message or E-mail Message has been received.
In Vibrate mode.
In Alarm mode.
In Silent mode.
SMS on Call Reject.
Indicates voice answering machine is activated.
Indicates voice mail has been received or There are recorded voice messages.
Indicates key guard is enabled.
Indicates battery charge level.
When fully charged, battery icon indicates charging by twinkling.
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Menu Tree
Press Soft Key 1 Menu. Press
Names
Messages
to scroll.
Call History
1. Add Name
1. Write
1. Missed
2. Find
2. Inbox
2. Received
3. Groups
3. 1234 Services
3. Dialled
4. Speed Dial
4. Outbox
4. In Call Memo
5. Help
5. Voice Mail
6. Archive
7. Drafts
8. Templates
9. Msg Groups
0. Erase Msgs
*. Msg Settings
#. Help
5. Call Duration
• Last Dialled Call
• All Dialled Calls
• All Calls
• Reset Call Duration
6. Erase History
• Erase Missed
• Erase Received
• Erase Dialled
• Erase All
7. Help
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Profiles
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Vibrate Only
Silent
General
Outdoor
Headset
Carkit
Help
Display
1. Language
• English
• fgUnh
2. Service Area
3. Clock
• Off
• Small
• Big
4. Time & Date
• Time
• Date
5.Wallpaper
• Theme
• Profile
• Banner
6. Menu Style
• Icon
• List
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*. Help
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to scroll.
Settings
Display
7. Colour Scheme
• Blue
• Green
• Violet
• Orange
8. Rhythmic
Lighting
• On
• Off
9. Backlight
• For 1 min
• For 30 secs
• For 20 secs
• For 10 secs
0. Contrast
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1. My Menu
2. Call
• Call Forward
• Call Waiting
• Any Key Answer
• Auto Redial
• Voice Privacy
• Clear Voice
• Call Timer
• Call Connect
Alert
• Edit SMS on
Call Reject
• Int'l Call Prefix
• Help
Organiser
R World
3. Phone
• Key Guard
• Airplane Mode
• Set NAM
• Data Settings
• Service Alert
• Version
• Help
1. Scheduler
1. R-Menu
2. To Do
2. Play N Shop
3. Memo
3. Reset R-Menu
4. Reserved Call
4. Games
5. Alarm
5. Help
4. Security
• Lock Mode
• Emergency
Numbers
• Change Lock
Code
• Clear Memory
• Reset Default
• Help
8. Calculator
1. Camera
9. Unit Converter
2. My Stuff
6. D-Day Counter
7. Stopwatch
0. World Clock
*. Help
Multimedia
Voice Tools
1. Voice Recorder
2. Answering
Machine
3. Voice Messages
4. Voice Dialling
5. Help
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Using the Battery and Charger
Charge the battery fully before the initial use of the
phone. The phone comes with a rechargeable battery.
Keep the battery charged while not in use in order to
maximize talk and standby time when using the phone.
Installing and Removing the Battery
G
G
To install, insert the battery into the opening on the
back of the phone, and insert the bottom of battery
into groove at the bottom of the handset. Gently
press down the cover until the latch snaps into place.
To remove, push the back cover down. Push the
tab with one hand and lift the top of the battery to
separate.
Slot
Groove
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Charging the Battery
To use the AC adapter charger provided with your
phone:
1. Plug the AC adapter into the electrical outlet.
2. Insert the round end of the adapter into the AC
adapter jack on the bottom of the phone. (Make
sure the battery is installed.)
G
As the phone charges, the battery icon continually
displays a progression from empty (
) to full
(
).
It takes about three hours to fully recharge a
completely rundown battery. When fully charged,
battery icon indicates charging by twinkling.
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Battery Charge Level
The battery charge level is shown at the top right of
the LCD screen.
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3) Use only LG batteries and chargers specific to your
model of phone. LG’s chargers are designed to
maximize battery life.
4) Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery.
5) Keep the battery’s metal contacts clean.
When the battery charge level becomes low, the low
battery sensor will alert you in three ways: sounding
an audible tone, blinking the battery icon outline, and
displaying LOW battery. Recharge soon. If the battery
charge level becomes exceedingly low, the phone will
automatically switch off and any function in progress
will not be saved.
* The colors which are displayed at various stages of
charging are different; Blue / Green / Yellow / Red.
6) Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. The battery can be
recharged several hundred times before it needs
replacing.
Caring for the Battery
9) Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places as it
may deteriorate battery performance.
1) If you use the unauthorized battery, it may cause
the damage to or explosion of the battery.
Therefore, please prohibit using the unauthorized
ones.
7) Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a
long time to maximize battery life.
8) Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight
or use it in areas of high humidity, such as the
bathroom.
10) Long backlight settings, searching for service, data
connectivity, and synchronization all may affect
battery life, talk, and standby times.
2) You do not need to wait until the battery completely
runs down to recharge the battery.
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Basic Functions
Turning the Phone On and Off
Making a Call
Every time you make a call, follow these steps:
Turning the Phone On
1) Install a charged battery pack or connect the
phone to an external power source such as the
cigarette lighter charger, car kit or AC Adaptor.
2) Hold down the Key
LCD screen flashes.
Note
for 2 seconds until the
1) Make sure that the phone is turned on. If not, hold
down
for 2 seconds.
2) Type the phone number and then press
3) To end the call press
As any other communication device, avoid any
.
• If the phone is locked, type the lock code (see
page 58).
Note
In no service area,
.
appears from the
unnecessary contact with the antenna while your
screen. When trying voice call in no service area,
phone is turned on.
“Call couldnot be completed. Please try again” is
displayed. It means you are in no service area.
Turning the Phone Off
1) Press and hold
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Receiving Calls
About the antenna
1) When the phone rings or vibrate (if the Vibrate
Mode is enabled), press any key (except
) or
depending on the Call settings.
Your phone has a built-in
antenna. As with any other
radio transmitting device,
do not touch the antenna
unnecessarily when the
phone is switched on.
Contact with the antenna
affects call quality and may cause the phone to
operate at a higher power level than needed.
Not touching the antenna during a call optimizes the
antenna performance and the talk-time of your phone.
Normal position: Hold the phone as you would any
other telephone.
• When you press
once, when a call is
received, the phone stops ringing or vibrating
depending on the mode it is in. Press
twice
to disconnect.
2) To end an answered call press
.
3) If you are not in the condition to receive call,
pressing Soft key 2 will send a Preset SMS to
Caller. The SMS can be editted using "Edit SMS on
Call Reject" function given under Settings.
Signal Strength
If you’re inside a building, being near a window may
give you better reception. You can see the strength of
your signal by the signal indicator (
) on your
phone’s display screen.
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Basic Functions
Quick Adjust
Adjusting Speaker Mode On
Adjusting Vibrate Mode
During a call, to activate or cancel Speaker quickly,
press
.
Use Vibrate Mode in a public place.
1) In standby mode, activate Vibrate Mode quickly by
pressing the
. (for 2 seconds) instead of using
the Menu function.
1) In standby mode, activate Speaker Mode by
pressing the
for 2 seconds.
N o t e To cancel Speaker Mode On, press
for 2
• When Vibrate Mode is set, Key tone does not
sound.
seconds.
N o t e To cancel Vibrate Mode, press
speaker mode is continued even after a call without
for 2 seconds.
In case speaker is activated on in standby mode,
respect to
Select Profiles
1) In standby mode, press
adjusment during a call.
Select My Menu
.
1) In standby mode, press
2) Select one of four Profiles Vibrate Only, Silent,
General and Outdoor with
.
3) Press
or Soft Key 1 Select.
to select My Menu.
2) Select the item of choice with
and then press
or
to select the required menu from My Menu
under "Settings" menu.
* To add items in My Menu add it from Setting Menu.
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Keypad Lock
Call Waiting
This function allows you to carry the phone safely
without accidentally dialing a number.
When this function is enabled, no call can be made
and the access to the Menu will be locked. While the
keypad is locked, it is possible to answer a call
normally.
Your cellular service may offer a call waiting function.
While a call is in progress, you may hear two beeps
indicating another incoming call. When call waiting is
enabled, you may put the active call on hold while you
answer the other incoming call. Check with your
service provider for information about this function.
To enable the function :
1) Press the key
for 2 seconds.
1) Press
to receive a waiting call.
2) Press
again to switch between calls.
To disable the function :
Mute
1) Press the key
The mute function prevents the other party from
hearing your voice, but allows you to hear the other
party.
for 2 seconds.
N o t e After the call is ended the keypad will get locked
after setted time, if the Key Guard is enable from
setting menu.
1) Press Soft Key 1 Menu and
during a call.
2) To cancel Mute, press Soft Key 1 Menu and
again.
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Basic Functions
Redialing Calls
1) Press
twice to redial the last number in
Recent Calls.
• You can also dial any of the last 60 (Missed +
Received + Dialled) numbers stored in the Recent
Calls. (See the Call History List on page 48~49)
Speed Dialing
Speed dialing is a convenient feature, which allows
you to make phone calls quickly and easily. Your
phone recalls the phone number from your personal
directory, displays it briefly and then dials it.
Memory locations 1 through 9 should be used for onetouch dialing for your most frequently used phone
numbers.
1) Enter memory location number 1 to 9.
2) Press
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Dialing Speed Dials from 10 to 99
Press the first digit and then press and hold the key of
the last digit.
OR
Enter the first and second digits and press
.
Caller ID
Caller ID lets you know who is calling by displaying
the number of the person calling when your phone
rings. If the caller’s name and number are already
stored in your phone book, the corresponding name
appears with the number.
You should check with your service provider to ensure
they offer this feature.
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Entering and Editing Information
Entering Information Using T9 Text Input
You can edit the Banner, Scheduler, Text Message,
Multimedia Message, E-Mail and Phone Book using
T9 Text Input.
T9 Text is an easy way to write. In this input method,
you only need to press a key once for each letter.
(Space): Press to complete a word or insert a
space.
(Clear): Press to delete a single space or
character. Press and hold to delete entire
words.
Input mode
Key Functions
Soft Key 2 : Press to select mode.
T9 Text Input provides Seven Modes for entering text,
numbers, special characters, and punctuation.
- You can select the modes using Soft Key 2:
T9En, Abc, 123, Symbol, Smileys, T9Hin, Hindi
T9En (T9) Mode
- Shift Key
Type text using one keystroke per letter. The default is
T9 mode.
~
~
: Used to change the letter case.
(Type Text): In T9 mode, press one key
per letter to enter text.
(Type Numbers): In 123 (Numbers)
mode, press once to enter numbers.
(Next): In T9En/Abc/T9Hin/Hindi mode, press to
display other matching words.
(Punctuation): In T9En/Abc mode, press to
insert punctuation in a word and complete a
sentence.
Abc (Multi-tap) Mode
Use Abc mode to add words to the T9 database.
123 (Numbers) Mode
Type numbers using one keystroke per number.
To change to 123 mode in a text entry field, press Soft
Key 2 until 123 mode is displayed.
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Entering and Editing Information
Symbol/Smileys Mode
Insert special characters, punctuation, or smileys.
You may use any of the special characters. When the
cursor is located where you want the special
character, switch to Symbol/Smileys mode. If you
want to add a smiley, switch to the smileys mode.
Press the Navigation Key
to cycle through the
desired characters : To select Character, Press the
assigned number key.
T9Hin(T9) Mode
Examples Using T9 Text Input
Typing In T9 Mode
When you want to use T9 Mode, check that T9En is
shown at the right bottom of the display. To write the
desired word, press each key once for one letter.
For example, to write “Call the office”, follow these
steps:
1. Press: Soft Key 2 to change letter case to T9En
mode.
Type text using one keystroke per letter in Hindi with
the help of T9 Hindi dictionary function.
2. Press:
Hindi(Multi-tap) Mode
4. Press:
Use Hindi mode to input text in Hindi language.
Initial Cap (T9En/Abc)
Only the first letter is capitalized.
Caps Lock (T9EN/ABC)
All subsequent letters are capitalized.
Lowercase (T9en/abc)
All subsequent letters are lowercase.
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3. Press:
to complete the word and add a space.
.
5. Display: Call the office.
As you can see, the word changes after each key
press. Therefore you don’t need to pay much attention
to what happens on the display before you have
keyed in the whole word.
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Using the NEXT Key
Adding Words to the T9 Database
After you have finished typing a word, if the word
displayed is not the word you want, press
to
display additional choices.
For example, follow these steps :
If the word is not in the T9 database, add it by using
Abc(Multi-tap) mode text entry. The word is
automatically added to the T9 database when you
return to T9 mode and press Space key.
For Example, follow these steps:
1. Press:
.
1. Press: Soft Key 2 to change letter case to Abc
(multi-tap) mode.
2. Display: Good.
3. Press:
.
2. Press:
4. Display: Home, Gone, Hood......
Examples Using Abc (Multi-tap) Text input
Typing In Abc (Multi-tap) Mode
4. Press: Soft Key 2 to change letter case to T9 mode
and press
. Now the word Imt has been added
in the T9 Database.
For example, to type “LG”, follow these steps:
5. Press:
1. Press: Soft Key 2 to change letter case to Abc
mode.
6. Press:
2. Press:
8. Press
3. Press:
to change to ABC Caps Lock mode.
.
3. Display: Imt.
to erase the existing word.
.
7. Display: Imt.
to see other matching words.
.
4. Display: LG.
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Entering and Editing Information
Key Mapping For Hindi Entry
In Hindi there are 13 vowels, 44 consonants, 15 matras
Characters in magenta are available only in Multitap
mode.
The Keys are mapped as follows:
Key
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Unshifted and Shifted Characters
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To Edit in Hindi Mode
Byte Allocation:
Press Soft Key 2 and changes to Hindi mode.
In messages : Every character in Hindi takes 3 bytes
while it takes 9 bytes for "Ksha" , "Tra" , "Gya".
In all other modules : Every character in Hindi takes 1
byte while "Ksha" , "Tra" , "Gya" takes 3 bytes.
Hindi mode Editing
Hindi is a Multi-tap mode.
For example, To type "
"
1. Press
2 times.
2. Press
8 times.
3. Press
5 times.
4. Press
4 times.
5. Press
3 times.
6. Press
3 times.
Entering Predicted Words
Examples Using T9Hin Text Input for Hindi
For example, To type "
"
1. Press: Soft Key 2 to change letter case to T9Hin
mode.
2. Press:
3. Press:
4. Display:
Sometimes T9 places in the selection list predicted
words. Predicted words are words T9 thinks you may
want to enter, based on text you’ve recently entered.
Available in both T9 and Abc mode, predicted words
are underlined.
If the predicted word you see isn’t the one you want,
press the next key to view additional predicted words.
When you find the one you want, press the
key
to add a space and begin the next word.
If none of the predicted words in the selection list is
the word you want, just keep entering letters. T9 will
remove the predicted word for you automatically.
.
to complete the word and add a space.
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Phone Book
Phone Book Features
characters). Press Soft Key 1 Save.
You can dynamically store up to 2000 (Number or Email id or Memo) entries in your phone book with easy
access to your most frequently dialled phone
numbers.
Personal Phone Book Memory
The phone has 2000 personal phone book entries and
you can dynamically link 4 phone numbers and e-mail
and memo with 32 digits capacity for each phone
number and 40 for e-mail and 32 for memo.
Saving Numbers in Your Personal Phone Book
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu.
2. Select
Names.
3. Select
Add Name.
7. Press Soft Key 1 Select.
8. Enter a name for the phone number (up to 16
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11. To designate Voice Dialling, press Soft Key 2 Assign.
Press 2 or select Voice Dialling with
. After you
are prompted to say the name you wish to program,
wait for the beep and then say the name into your
phone's microphone. Respond to the prompt by
repeating the name after the beep.
.
6. Select your desired label types, such as Home,
Office, Mobile, Other using
.
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10. To designate Speed Dial, press Soft Key 2 Assign.
Press 1 or select Speed# with
. Using number
key, input Speed Dial or select a desired Speed
Dial with
. Press
or select Assign by
pressing Soft Key 1 Options. When select stored
Speed Dial, Replace displays.
12. After inputting E-mail address, press
or select
Save by pressing Soft Key 1 Options. Select
Domains and input e-mail address.
4. Enter the phone numbers.
5. Select the label window using
9. After selecting Home/Office/Mobile/Other using
, input phone number with number key.
13. After selecting picture by pressing Soft Key 2 Set,
to set picture, press
or Soft Key 1 View.
14. After choose picture, select Select by pressing
Soft Key 1.
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15. After choosing Animation Ring, select Set by
pressing Soft Key 2 or
.
Find Name
16. When Set is selected, you can see Animation Ring
types. With Soft Key 1, View the Animation Rings.
After Viewing Animation Rings, choose a desired
Animation Rings using
.
1. Press the Soft Key 2 Find.
17. After selecting No Group by pressing
a desired group using
or
/
, select
.
18. After selecting Memo using
, press Soft Key 2
Edit. After inputting memo, press Soft Key 1 Save.
19. After selecting Ring Tone by pressing
a desired Ring Tones using
or
/
, select
.
20. After selecting Message Alert tone by pressing
, select a desired Message Alert tone using
or
/
.
21. Press
or Soft Key 1 Save.
To search for a phone number by name.
2. Names saved in the Phone Book will appear in the
order of alphabet regardless of type of character,
capital or small.
To view the phone number you want, press Soft
Key 1 Options and select View after scrolling to the
phone number you want using
.
Find Number
To find phone numbers you have stored in the Phone
Book.
1. Press the Soft Key 2 Find.
2. Press the Soft Key 1 Options and select Find
Number.
Find Group
3. The display prompts you to enter the number on the
display screen.
To search for a phone number by group.
1. Press the Soft Key 2 Find.
Note
2. Press the Soft Key 1 Options and select Find Group.
3. Select group using
When Find Number is displayed by pressing Soft
Key 2 Find, pressing
goes to the Find
Name with options.
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Phone Book
Changing Information Stored in the Phone Book
Note
By selecting Send MyContact option in the phone
book, user can send contact information (Name,
1. Press the Soft Key 2 Find.
4 Phone Numbers, E-mail ID and Memo).
2. You may view the phone number saved in the
Phone book in the real time by entering the search
string.
Message length is limited to 160 characters for
You may view the Phone Book List if you press Soft
Key 1 Options and select View after scrolling to the
name you want using
.
When selected Send MyContact, you can send
To delete or edit the Entry, press the Soft Key 1
Options.
Select Edit after scrolling the data using
.
A submenu will appear on the screen with the options:
Edit
Edits information in that memory
location.
Send
MyContact
Sends information stored in Memory
Location like Home, Office, Mobile,
etc.
Reserved Call
Allows you to make a call to
designated number at reserved time.
Erase
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Erase all existing information in that
memory location.
English and 46 characters for Hindi.
Extra characters above 160/46 are sent to LMS.
picture saved in phonebook through MMS.
Making a call from Your Phone Book
You can place a call from any memory location either
by using speed dialing or by entering the phone
number and pressing
.
One-Touch Speed Dialing: This feature enables you to
store your nine most frequently used numbers in your
Speed Dials memory locations (1 through 9).
G For locations 1 through 9, you can use one-touch
dialing by pressing and holding the corresponding
key to the memory location to be dialled.
OR
G Press a digit, then press
G Press
.
in idle mode and Voice Dialling
mode is connected. You can make a call through
voice commands.
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Two-Touch Speed Dialing: This feature enables you to
dial numbers in your Speed Dials through two keys.
(for locations 10 to 99).
1) Press the first digit.
2) Press and hold the key of the second digit.
OR
1) Press the first and second digit, then press
.
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credit card billing numbers.
There are two types of pauses available on your
phone:
G Hard Pause (P) sends the next set of numbers
when you press
.
G Time Pause (T) automatically sends the next set of
numbers after two seconds.
Note
You can have multiple pauses in a phone
number and combine Time Pause and Hard
Pause.
N o t e To use speed dialing, you first need to assign a
number from the phone book to a speed dial
location.
To dial or save phone numbers with pauses:
Dialing from a Memory List
1. Enter the phone number.
1) Select Find, press the scroll keys to go to the
memory location you want.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Options and scroll to either Hard
Pause or Time Pause and press
. (Hard pauses
are displayed as a "P" and Time Pause as a "T".
2) Press
.
3. Enter additional numbers.
Dialing from a Memory Location
G
While viewing a memory location, press
call.
to
Dialing and Saving Phone Numbers With Pauses
You can dial or save phone numbers with pauses for
use with automated system, such as voicemail or
4. Press
to dial the number.
- or To save the number in your contacts list, highlight
Save and press OK.
Note
When dialing a number with a hard pause, press
OK to send the next set of numbers.
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Menu Features
General Guidelines to Menu Access and
Settings
1. Names
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu. Ten menu items will appear
on the display screen.
Personal Phone Book Memory
2. Press
to go through the list of menu features.
3. Press the corresponding number to the menu item
that you want to select. Then the sub-menu list will
appear on the screen.
4. Press the appropriate key to select the sub-menu
you want to access.
5. Select preferred settings, using the
. Press
to go one step backward while accessing
menu or selecting settings.
6. Press
to save the settings or
without saving.
Note
to cancel
key is equivalent to pressing Soft Key 1, in
the case of Soft Key 1 is associated with “Select”
option.
key is equivalent to pressing Soft Key +
selecting first option of popup menu in the case of
Soft Key 1 is associated with “Options” option.
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The phone has 2000 personal phone book entries and
you can dynamically link 4 phone numbers and e-mail
and memo with 32 digit capacity for each phone
number and 40 for e-mail and 32 for memo.
1.1 Add Name
You can save phone numbers, mobile numbers and so
on, up to 2000 entries.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu.
2. Select
Names.
3. Select
Add Name.
4. Enter the phone numbers.
5. Select the label window using
.
6. Select your desired label types, such as Home,
Office, Mobile, Other using
.
7. Press Soft Key 1 Select.
8. Enter a name for the phone number (up to 16
characters). Press Soft Key 1 Save.
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9. After selecting Home/Office/Mobile/Other using
, input phone number with number key.
15. After choosing Animation Ring, select Set by
pressing Soft Key 2 or
.
10. To designate Speed Dial, press Soft Key 2 Assign.
Press 1 or select Speed# with
. Using number
key, input Speed Dial or select a desired Speed
Dial with
. Press
or select Assign by
pressing Soft Key 1 Options. When select stored
Speed Dial, Replace displays.
16. When Set is selected, you can see Animation Ring
types. With Soft Key 1, View the Animation Rings.
After Viewing Animation Rings, choose a desired
Animation Rings using
.
11. To designate Voice Dialling, press Soft Key 2 Assign.
Press 2 or select Voice Dialling with
. After you
are prompted to say the name you wish to program,
wait for the beep and then say the name into your
phone's microphone. Respond to the prompt by
repeating the name after the beep.
12. After inputting e-mail address, press
or select
Save by pressing Soft Key 1 Options. Select
Domains and input e-mail address.
17. After selecting No Group by pressing
a desired group using
or
/
, select
.
18. After selecting Memo using
, press Soft Key 2
Edit. After inputting memo, press Soft Key 1 Save.
19. After selecting Ring Tone by pressing
a desired Ring Tones using
or
/
, select
.
20. After selecting Message Alert tone by pressing
, select a desired Message Alert tone using
or
/
.
21. Press
or Soft Key 1 Save.
13. After selecting picture by pressing Soft Key 2 Set,
to set picture, press
or Soft Key 1 View.
14. After choose picture, select Select by pressing
Soft Key 1.
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Menu Features
1.2 Find
1.3 Groups
To find phone numbers you have stored in the Phone
Book.
This is a function for changing Group Name and
setting Ring tones by Group.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu.
2. Select
Names.
2. Select
Names.
3. Select
Find.
3. Select
Groups.
4. Phone numbers saved in the Phone Book will
appear in the order of alphabet regardless of type
of character, capital or small.
To view the phone number you want, press Soft
Key 1 Options and select View after scrolling to the
phone number you want using
.
4. Select your desired Group using
.
5. Press Soft Key 1 Options.
View Members : View the names of members
saved in the Group.
Set Ring Tone : Set the Group Ring Tone.
Set Msg Tone : Set the Group Msg Tone.
Press Soft Key 2 Edit : Edit the Group Name.
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1.4 Speed Dial
Speed Dial allows you to make a call faster by just
pressing a corresponding number.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu.
2. Select
Names.
3. Select
Speed Dial.
4. To register, use Soft Key 1 Options and select
Assign to find information you want, then press Soft
Key 1 Options and select Assign.
Note
To delete, select press Soft Key 2 Remove and
select Yes.
Press Soft Key 1 Options and select Remove
All to delete all stored speed dials. Select
Replace to change the number assigned to a
particular location.
Speed dial is from 01 to 99.
1.5 Help
You can get more information about this menu.
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2. Messages
Text message, page, E-mail and Voice Mailbox
become available as soon as the power is on. You can
access the above types of messages using the
Message Key
.
In addition, you can make a call to the call back
number by pressing
during a message check.
The phone can store up to 31 messages (1 voice
message: 30 text messages) with 160 characters per
message. Every letter in Hindi is taken as 3 characters
(However, ksha, tra, gya accounts for 9 characters
each.) So, an SMS message in Hindi can have up to
46 characters only.
Users may read and edit messages, saved in the
Outbox during transmission and send them.
However you should check whether your service
provider provides the above features.
Phone can store SMS messages each in Inbox(30),
Outbox(15 Sent/ 15 Unsent), Archive(30), Drafts(30)
and Templates(10 fixed / 20 editable).
OR Total 120 messages and 1 Voice Mail.
SMS supports 160 characters(160 in English/ about 46
in Hindi). E-Mail subject supports 20 and message
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supports 140 characters.
E-Mail is consist of subject + E-Mail address + E-Mail
message. E-Mail subject supports up to 20 and E-Mail
address supports up to 40.
So, message characters is calculated by 160 - subject
character - E-Mail address character.
MMS (Multimedia Message Service)
The Phone can store up to 5 MMS / 15 notifications in
MMS Inbox, 4 Sent / 4 Unsent in MMS Outbox and 5
in MMS Drafts. 11 fixed / 4 editable Templates
available for fast MMS writing.
LG-RD6330 MMS supports up to 1000 characters in
English / 330 characters in Hindi. 1 Picture and 1
Sound can be attached in each MMS up to 100
Kbytes size.
The information that is stored in the message is
determined by phone mode and service capability.
You can check types of messages by pressing the
Message Key
.
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2.1 Write
2. Select
Write.
LMS(Long Message Service) allows you to send a
message up to 462 characters at a time. Before
sending LMS message, total number of sms packets
formed are intimated to the user and confirmation is
taken to send.
Maximum 3 packets for English and 4 for Hindi
messages can be sent. Each LMS packet is received
as individual message. Every LMS message shows
the packet sequence number in the message for ex: In
case of 3 packets, <1/3> <2/3> <3/3>.
3. Select
Write Text.
2.1.1 Write Text
Text messages and page messages are all available.
Text messages: Transmits text.
Page messages: Only numbers without text
messages.
Press Send in Options to send the message.
To send a message enter the destination mobile
number in the Send To screen.
There are four optional menus of Send, Templates,
Save and Add Sign.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
or
4. After entering a message to be sent by selecting
Send, press Soft Key 1 Options.
G Send
G Templates
G Save
G Add Sign
Use to send the message.
Select a Templates message.
Save to Drafts message.
You can add signature.
5. After entering the phone number where the
message is to be sent, enter the next recipients
address by pressing
. You can add up to 10
recipients. Press Soft Key 1 Options.
G Send
G Last
G SMS Groups
G Names
Use to send the message.
Select a recent sent number.
Select SMS Group.
Select a phonebook entry.
6. If you select Send, it notifies you whether the
message was sent successfully.
G Send
G Priority
Use to send the message.
Allows you to give the priority
to message. Normal or
Urgent.
.
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G Delivery Ack
G Deferred
G Validity
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This function allows you to
know whether the message is
successfully transmitted to
other party or not when the
transmitted message is
received in other party’s
phone. If you want to activate
this function, set to On.
Allows you to delay sending
the message until the
programmed time frame.
Immediate/After 30 Minutes/
After 1 Hour/After 2
Hours/After 12 Hours/After 1
Day/After 2 Days
Indicates the validity of
message delivery to the Short
Message Center (SMC)
without being transmitted to
the destination address for
certain periods of time. Those
messages will be deleted
within the programmed time
frame. Validity time frames are
as follows: Default, 30
G Save Sent Msg
Minutes, 1 Hour, 2 Hours, 12
Hours, 1 Day and 2 Days.
You can save this message in
Outbox.
2.1.2 Write E-mail
Send SMS to E-mail ID.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Write.
3. Select
Write E-mail.
or
.
There are four optional menus of Send, Last,
E-mail Groups and Names.
G Send
Use to send the message.
G Last
Select a recent sent E-mail.
G E-mail Groups
Select a E-mail Group.
G Names
Select a phonebook entry.
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4. After entering the e-mail address where the
message is to be sent, enter the next recipients
address by pressing
. You can add up to 10
recipients. Press Soft Key 1 Options.
G Send
G Domain
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G Deferred
Use to send the message.
Select a domain.
5. After entering a Subject, press Soft Key 1 Next.
G Validity
6. After entering a message to be sent by selecting
Send, press Soft Key 1 Options.
G Send
G Templates
G Save
G Priority
G Delivery Ack
Use to send the message.
Select a Templates message.
Save to Drafts message.
Allows you to give the priority
to message. Normal or
Urgent.
This function allows you to
know whether the message is
successfully transmitted to
other party or not when the
transmitted message is
received in other party’s
phone. If you want to activate
this function, set to On.
G Save Sent Msg
G Add Sign
Allows you to delay sending
the message until the
programmed time frame.
Immediate/After 30 Minutes/
After 1 Hour/After 2
Hours/After 12 Hours/After 1
Day/After 2 Days
Indicates the validity of
message delivery to the Short
Message Center (SMC)
without being transmitted to
the destination address for
certain periods of time. Those
messages will be deleted
within the programmed time
frame. Validity time frames are
as follows: Default, 30
Minutes, 1 Hour, 2 Hours, 12
Hours, 1 Day and 2 Days.
You can save this message in
Outbox.
You can add signature.
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2.1.3 Write Multimedia Msg
G Save
- You can insert image and sound with your
message.
- Send to E-mail id and Phone Number.
- Each message supports up to 1000 characters,
1 image and 1 sound.
Menu
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
3. Select
or
Write Multimedia Msg.
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Save to Drafts msg.
Remove image from editing
multimedia msg.
Remove sound from editing
multimedia msg.
There are four optional menus of Last, Name,
Number, MMS Groups.
G Name
G Number
.
Write.
4. After entering a message to be sent by selecting
Send, press Soft Key 1 Options.
G Send
Use to send the message.
G Insert Image
Insert image to editing
multimedia msg.
G Insert Sound
Insert sound to editing
multimedia msg.
G Templates
Select a Templates message.
G Preview
Preview edited multimedia
msg.
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G Remove Sound
G Last
There are eight optional menus of Send, Insert Image,
Insert Sound, Templates, Preview, Save, Remove
Image, Remove Sound.
2. Select
G Remove Image
G MMS Groups
Select a recent sent Number/
E-mail.
Select a phonebook entry.
Select a phonebook number
entry.
Select a MMS group.
5. After entering the e-mail or phone number where
the message is to be sent, enter the next
recipients address by pressing
. You can add
up to 10 recipients. Press Soft Key 1 Options.
G Domains
G Send
G Save Sent Msg
Select a domain.
Use to send the message.
Select option whether save or
not save sent msg.
6. If you select Send, it notifies you whether the
message was sent successfully.
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G View
Received Text messages, Page, E-mail messages,
Delivery ack, lists may be searched, and the contents
may be viewed. Received messages are sorted in an
order of urgent messages, unread messages and read
messages. Up to 30 message can be stored.
The phone can store up to Max. 20 MMS(for example,
15 notification messages and 5 MMS).
To view the list of the received messages.
2.2.1 SMS Inbox
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Inbox.
3. Select
SMS Inbox.
or
.
G Messages are saved in order of Unread/Read.
For example, if a New message is read it goes
into Read messages.
: Unread SMS
: Unread E-mail
: Read SMS
: Read E-mail
4. After selecting the desired message with
press
or Soft Key 1 Options and
select View.
;
G Erase
You can read the selected message.
Delete the selected message from the
SMS Inbox.
5. After viewing the message press Soft Key 1
Options or Soft Key 2 Reply.
G Reply
This function allows you to
reply to this message.
G Erase
Deletes the selected message
from the SMS Inbox.
G Forward
Forwards a received message
to others. After recipients are
entered, the messages can be
forwarded.
G Move to Archive Moves the selected message
from the SMS Inbox to the
Archive.
G Save Address
Stores the sender’s number or
E-mail address or Other
numbers included in the
received message into your
phone book. When received
number information is
displayed, the user can store
the number in the
corresponding number list in
the phone book.
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G Reserved Call
Set the reserved call.
Allows you to reply with
received message.
G Add to Template Allows you to save the
received message by adding
to template.
G Reply w copy
2.2.2 MMS Inbox
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Inbox.
3. Select
MMS Inbox.
or
.
4. After selecting the desired message with
;
press
or Soft Key 1 Options and
select View.
G View
You can read the selected message.
G Erase
Delete the selected message from the
MMS Inbox.
or Connect or Reply with Soft Key 2.
G Connect Connect the selected message.
G Reply
This function allows you to reply to
this message.
5. After viewing the message press Soft Key 1
Connect to download message.
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2.3 1234 Services
Exciting SMS-based Infotainment services such as
News, Jokes, Horoscope, etc. are available to
Reliance subscribers. Using the SMS 1234 Services,
the user will be able to access interesting information
on common subjects through SMS. User needs to
select the Menu corresponding to the Service
Keyword.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select,
or
.
1234 Services.
3. Place the cursor on the item that you wants to be
served, and then press Soft key 1 Select. You may
select from eleven items. (1.News 2. Cricket 3.Joke
of The Day 4.Thought of The Day 5.Contest 6.
Beauty Tips 7.Health 8.Horoscope 9.Bill Info
0.Unbilled Info .Help) You may select the keyword
that you want to send in subsequent-Menu.
*
Example
For example, to receive the "sports news" you can
operate the phone as follow;
1. Press Menu +2(Messages) + 3(1234 Services) +
1(News) + 6(NEWS SPORTS)
Display: Sending… To: 1234
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G Forward
You can modify the message
you’ve got. Then follow the
process for Write.
Use to resend the message.
Up to 15 sent messages and 15 unsent messages can
be stored in the Outbox. Max. 4 sent messages and 4
unsent MMS can be saved in the Outbox. Users may
view lists and contents of sent messages or unsent
messages in this menu. To save a message in Outbox
“Save Sent Messages” should be selected in “Msg
Settings”.
2. Select
Outbox.
2.4.1 SMS Outbox
3. Select
MMS Outbox.
4. Select
Sent or
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Outbox.
3. Select
SMS Outbox.
4. Select
Sent or
or
.
G Resend
2.4.2 MMS Outbox
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
G Erase
.
Unsent.
5. After selecting the desired message with
;
press Soft Key 1 Options and select View/Erase/
Forward. Press Soft Key 2 Resend.
Unsent.
G View
5. After selecting the desired message with
;
press Soft Key 1 Options and select View/ Erase.
Press Soft Key 2 Forward or Resend.
G View
or
Shows the message currently
saved. The view menu has
two sub-menus Forward and
Erase.
Delete a selected message in
the SMS Outbox.
G Erase
G Forward
Shows the message currently
saved. The view menu has
two sub-menus Forward and
Erase.
Delete a selected message in
the MMS Outbox.
You can modify the message
you’ve got. Then follow the
process for Write (see page 35).
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2.5 Voice Mail
2.6 Archive
Allows you to view the new voice messages recorded
in the voice mail box. Once you exceed the storage
limit, the old messages will be overwritten. When you
have a new voice message your phone will alert you.
Archive stores what is preferred to save among
messages received. (30 messages)
And Archive is not available in MMS.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
G
or
.
Voice Mail.
To delete information press Soft Key 2 Erase.
To listen information press Soft Key 1 Listen.
While you are answering a call, if you have a new
message, the sender’s number will be displayed on
the screen.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
G View
G Forward
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Archive.
3. After selecting the desired message with
,
press Soft Key 1 Options and select View/ Erase.
Press Soft Key 2 Forward.
G Erase
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or
There are three sub-menus
Erase, Reply and Save
Address.
Delete a selected message.
You can modify the message
you’ve got. Then follow the
process for Write (see page
35).
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2.7 Drafts
The text message is saved in Drafts. A total of up to 30
messages can be saved in Drafts. And 5 MMS can be
saved in Drafts. When a user is interrupted by a call
while composing a message, messages automatically
get saved. If you press
during writing messages,
message is automatically saved to Drafts.
2.7.1 SMS Drafts
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Drafts.
3. Select
SMS Drafts.
G Erase
.
You can view the selected
message.
Delete a selected message.
2.7.2 MMS Drafts
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Drafts.
3. Select
MMS Drafts.
4. After selecting the desired message with
,
press Soft Key 1 View or press Soft Key 2 Erase.
G View
You can view the selected
message.
Delete a selected message.
G Erase
2.8 Templates
2.8.1 SMS Templates
or
4. After selecting the desired message with
,
press Soft Key 1 View or press Soft Key 2 Erase.
G View
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or
.
There are 10 predefined phrases included in the
Templates. You can add up 20 templates more. A total
of 30 templates can be saved.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Templates.
3. Select
SMS Templates.
or
.
4. After selecting the desired message with
and
press
or Soft Key 1 View. Then follow the
process for Write (see page 35).
Press Soft Key 2 Add to add new template
message to the Templates list.
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2.8.2 MMS Templates
There are 11 predefined phrases included in the
Templates. You can add up 4 templates more. A total
of 15 templates can be saved.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
or
4. After selecting the desired group with
Soft Key 1 Options.
G View
.
2. Select
Templates.
G Rename
3. Select
MMS Templates.
G Clear Group
4. After selecting the desired message with
and
press
or Soft Key 1 View. Then follow the
process for Write (see page 35).
Press Soft Key 2 Add to add new template
message to the Templates list.
2.9 Msg Groups
Msg Groups consists of 5 SMS/E-mail/MMS Groups
with each group consisting of maximum 10 members.
After selecting group and moving input display, send a
message to the phone number of the selected group
member.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
3. Select
SMS Groups,
MMS Groups.
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or
.
Msg Groups.
E-mail Groups or
G Clear All
, press
Display the selected group’s
member list. You may add new
member.
Rename the group’s title.
Clear the selected group’s
member.
Clear all 5 group’s member.
N o t e To register contact entry in E-mail group, saving email address to contact entry is necessary.
N o t e Selecting option in View’s group member list.
G Send
Moves to message input
screen and send a message
to the selected group member.
G Send to All
Moves to message input
screen and send a message
to the selected group.
G Replace
Replace the selected group
member.
G Remove Member Remove the selected group
member.
G Clear Group
Clear the selected group's
member.
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2.0.1.4 Drafts
2.0 Erase Msgs
Allows you to delete all messages saved in the Drafts.
2.0.1 Erase SMS Msgs
Text messages, page messages and E-mail are
deleted when you select
,
Erase Msgs
from the Message Menu screen.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select
Erase Msgs.
3. Select
Erase SMS.
or
.
2.0.1.5 All Messages
Allows you to erase all messages stored in the Inbox,
Outbox and Drafts items folder.
2.0.2 Erase MMS Msgs
Multimedia messages are deleted when you select
,
Erase Msgs from the Message Menu
screen.
2.0.1.1 Inbox
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
Allows you to delete Read messages, All messages,
Delivery Ack messages.
2. Select
Erase Msgs.
3. Select
Erase MMS.
2.0.1.2 Outbox
Allows you to delete Sent messages, Unsent
messages, All messages.
2.0.1.3 Archive
Allows you to delete all messages saved in the
Archive.
or
.
2.0.2.1 Inbox
Allows you to delete Read messages, Read Noti
messages, All messages.
2.0.2.2 Outbox
Allows you to delete all messages saved in the
Outbox.
2.0.2.3 Drafts
Allows you to delete all messages saved in the Drafts.
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2.0.2.4 All MMS
Allows you to erase all messages stored in the Inbox,
Outbox and Drafts items folder.
2.*.1.3 Deferred Delivery
2.* Msg Settings
2.*.1.4 Validity Period
Text/E-mail Msg Settings, Multimedia Msg Settings,
General Settings, Sent Counter can be configured.
Indicates the validity of message delivery to the Short
Message Center (SMC) without being transmitted to
the destination address for certain periods of time.
Allows you to delay sending the message until the
programmed time frame.
2.*.1 Text/E-mail Msg Settings
Priority, Delivery Ack, Deferred Delivery, Validity
Period, Save Sent Messages, Archive Lock, Auto
Scroll can be configured for receiving new messages.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
or
.
2. Select
Msg Settings.
3. Select
Text/E-mail Msg Settings.
2.*.1.1 Priority
When sending a message, select Normal or Urgent.
2.*.1.2 Delivery Ack
Allows you to select delivery acknowledgement with
your messages.
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2.*.1.5 Save Sent Messages
With this feature on, messages are automatically
saved in the Outbox when transmitted.
2.*.1.6 Archive Lock
When access Archive, enter your lock code.
2.*1.7 Auto Scroll
Allows you to scroll through menus at 2-second
intervals.
2.*.2 Multimedia Msg Settings
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
or
.
2. Select
Msg Settings.
3. Select
Multimedia Msg Settings.
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2.*.2.1 Delivery Ack
Allows you to select delivery acknowledgement with
your messages.
2.*.2.2 Save Sent MMS
With this feature on, messages are automatically
saved in the Outbox when transmitted.
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2.*.4 Sent Counter
Allows you to view count of sent Text message, E-mail
and MMS.
2.# Help
You can get more information about this menu.
2.*.2.3 Auto Receiving MMS
Allows you to receive MMS automatically.
2.*.3 General Settings
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
or
2. Select
Msg Settings.
3. Select
General Settings.
.
2.*.3.1 Auto Delete Inbox
With this feature on, old messages are automatically
deleted when you exceed storage limit.
2.*.3.2 Signature
With this feature custom, add signature to editor
when editing is start.
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3. Call History
Allows you to view the 60 most recent phone calls.
Once you exceed the (total) 60-number storage limit,
the oldest Call History record is overwritten. These
calls are divided into 4 types of calls.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Options. View/Edit Number/Save/
Reserved Call/Erase appears on the screen. Press
Soft Key 2 Message to send a message.
3. You may place a call by pressing
.
N o t e You can view Call History in two ways.
• The
key in idle mode, up to 60 most recent
calls including Missed, Received and Dialled are
displayed.
• In Call History menu, total 60 numbers are listed
under Missed, Dialled, and Received.
• Maximum 20 numbers can be saved in In Call
Memo.
Making a Call from Call History
1. From the Call History menu, select Missed, Received,
Dialled or In Call Memo and press Soft Key 1 Select.
2. Place a call by selecting the desired entry and
press
to connect.
3.1 Missed
Allows you to view list of all Missed Calls.
Maximum 60 (Missed + Received + Dialled) numbers
are possible.
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3.2 Received
Allows you to view list of all Received Calls.
Maximum 60 (Missed + Received + Dialled) numbers
are possible.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Options. View/Edit Number/Save/
Reserved Call/Erase appears on the screen. Press
Soft Key 2 Message to send a message.
3. You may place a call by pressing
.
3.3 Dialled
Allows you to view list of all Dialled Calls.
Maximum 60 (Missed + Received + Dialled) numbers
are possible.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
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2. Press Soft Key 1 Options. View/Edit Number/Save/
Reserved Call/Erase appears on the screen. Press
Soft Key 2 Message to send a message.
3. You may place a call by pressing
.
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3.5.2. All Dialled Calls
Displays total number of dialled calls and total dialled
calls duration.
3.5.3. All Calls
3.4 In Call Memo
Keeps a running count of the time spent making all
calls, dialled and received.
Save the phone numbers taken while talking and can
view the list of numbers present in In Call Memo.
Maximum 20 numbers are possible.
3.5.4. Reset Call Duration
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Options. View/Save/Erase/ Erase
All appears on the screen. Press Soft Key 2
Message to send a message.
3. You may place a call by pressing
.
To reset the counter, select Yes using
Soft Key 1 Select.
3.6 Erase History
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Select the item which it will erase with
.
3. Press Soft Key 1 Select.
3.5 Call Duration
4. Select Yes using
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
and then
,
.
and then Soft Key 1 Select.
3.5.1. Last Dialled Call
3.7 Help
It will store information about the last dialled call and
will also display the last dialled number.
You can get more information about this menu.
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4. Profiles
Note
or quickly press
2. Select one of four Profiles Vibrate Only, Silent,
General and Outdoor with
.
Note
or Soft Key 1 Options and then select
when headset or carkit is installed in the mobile
phone.
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Rename Profiles
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
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2. Select Silent, General or Outdoor by using
.
3. Then press Soft Key 1 Options and then select
Rename.
4. Enter a name for the Profiles (up to 13 characters).
.
N o t e You cannot rename the Vibrate Only, Headset and
Carkit profiles.
Customize Profiles
You can customize any of the Profiles except Vibrate
Only.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
Headset or Carkit Profile is automatically set
once
again to return to the previous Profile.
5. Then press Soft Key 1 Save or
Select Profiles
3. Press
Set.
to select
Vibrate Only Profile. Press long
Profiles let you set your phone’s sound settings to your
environment. Each profile contains settings for your
phone’s Ring Type, Ring Tone, Ringer Volume,
Earpiece Volume, Key Volume and Message Alert.
Just pick the profile that suits your current
environment: Vibrate Only, Silent, General or Outdoor.
You can modify the settings in each profile, and
(except for the Vibrate Only Profile) you can rename
them (except for the Vibrate Only, Headset and Carkit
Profiles).
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
.
In standby mode, press long
.
2. Scroll to the profile you wish to customize and
press Soft Key 2 Edit.
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3. Use the scroll keys to display each of the options in
the following table:
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• When Ring Type is Vibrate, Silent and Light,
Ringer Volume can not be adjustable. ‘Change
Ring type’ is displayed. After changing current
Ring Type
Ring Tone
Select the ring tone style (Ring, Vibrate,
Vibrate & Ring, Ring After Vibrate,
Ascending, One Beep, Silent, Light).
type to Ring Type, adjust Ringer Volume.
• When press Soft Key 2 Edit in Headset and
Carkit Profiles, Auto Answer is displayed
Select the ring tone for incoming calls
from 17 rings embedded 5 PMD
Sounds(Animated Ringtones).
Downloadable Ringtones from R
World and MMS.
additionally. Select Off, After 5 secs or After 10
secs by using
Ringer Volume Set the volume of your ring tone.
- Mute, 1~7 level
Earpiece
Volume
Set the volume during a call.
- 1~7 level
Key Volume
Set the volume of your keypad tones
(or turn them off). - Mute, 1~7 level
Select the tone for received messages
Message Alert (Alert Type, Alert Tone, Message
Reminder and Alert Volume).
.
• You cannot customize the Vibrate Only Profiles.
• You are alerted in 3 ways when you received a
new message.
– By displaying a message on the screen.
– By sounding a beep, ring or vibration.
– By flashing of Backlight just once.
• During a Call if the message comes Two Beeps
will be heard irrespective of the Message Alert
type selection.
4.7 Help
You can get more information about this menu.
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5. Display
5.4 Time & Date
Lets you personalise your phone’s display by selecting
different graphics.
Allows you to choose the kind of Time and Date to be
displayed on the LCD screen.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
5.1 Language
Set the Bilingual feature according to your
preference, choose between English and
2. Set English/
Key 1 Select.
and then press Soft
.
5.5 Wallpaper
Enter the string of characters you want to be
displayed. You can set up the screen displayed on the
LCD screen in the standby mode.
5.2 Service Area
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
This menu displays the current SDCA/calling area the
user is in.
5.5.1 Theme
,
.
5.3 Clock
Allows you to select a clock on your mobile phone
display.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Select Off, Small or Big and press Soft Key 1 Select.
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, then
.
,
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
.
2. Select the item of your choice by using
press Soft key 1 Select.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
with
,
,
.
You can set up the screen displayed on the LCD
screen in the standby mode.
G Used to choose the theme and then press Soft Key
1 Save. (Building / Off / R World Img1~5 / My Media
Img1~5 / Slide Show / Old Castle / Snow / Fish )
5.5.2 Profile
Current profile is saved as wallpaper.
G Select Show or Hide and press Soft Key 1 Select.
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5.5.3 Banner
5.8 Rhythmic Lighting
Enter the string of characters you want to be
displayed. (up to 13 characters.)
G Enter a Banner name and then press Soft Key 1
Save
Choose the setting of the rhythmic lighting for an
incoming call.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Select On or Off and press Soft Key 1 Select.
5.6 Menu Style
5.9 Backlight
Allows you to select the menu style.
Choose the settings of the LCD and keypad backlight.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Select Icon or List with
Key 1 Select.
and then press Soft
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
.
2. Choose an options and press Soft Key 1 Select.
G
5.7 Colour Scheme
Allows you to select the colour scheme.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
2. Select Blue, Green, Violet, Orange with
then press Soft Key 1 Select.
G
and
G
For 1 min Backlight will be On for 1 min, after
that goes in dimming for 20 secs and then
completely turns off till the user presses any
key to make Backlight On.
For 30 secs Backlight will be On for 30 secs ,
after that goes in dimming for 20 secs and then
completely turns off till the user presses any
key to make Backlight On.
For 20 secs Backlight will be On for 20 secs,
after that goes in dimming for 20 secs and then
completely turns off till the user presses any
key to make Backlight On.
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G
For 10 secs Backlight will be On for 10 sec, after
that goes in dimming for 20 secs and then
completely turns off till the user presses any
key to make Backlight On.
5.0 Contrast
Using the Navigation Key, select the contrast setting
using the scale of lightest to darkest.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
2. Adjust the contrast with
.
.
3. Then press Soft Key 1 Save to save the contrast
setting.
5.* Help
You can get more information about this menu.
6. Settings
6.1 My Menu
Lets you access to favorite menu quickly by
customising my menu. Max 10 items can be stored in
My Menu.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Select the menu of your choice by using
press Soft Key 1 Select.
, then
3. Select the Menu to add to My Menu with
then press Soft Key 1 Add.
N o t e Select the item of choice with
,
from the
Stand-by screen, then press Soft Key 1 or
to
select the required menu from My Menu.
N o t e Select the item to delete with
from the
Stand-by screen, then press Soft Key 2 Remove,
select Yes with
or
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to delete from My Menu.
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6.2 Call
6.2.4 Auto Redial
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
6.2.1 Call Forward
Call forward lets you forward all your incoming calls
to another number or Voice Mail connection.
G
Immediate / When Busy / No Reply/Not Reachable
/ Disable All
6.2.2 Call Waiting
While a call is in progress, you may hear two beeps
indicating another incoming call. When call waiting is
enabled, you may put the active call on hold while you
answer the other incoming call.
G
Select Enable, Disable or Edit Feature Code and
press Soft key 1 Select.
N o t e Contact your service provider for more information
on Call Forward and Call Waiting.
6.2.3 Any Key Answer
When your phone rings, press any key to answer
except
.
G
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Select On or Off and press Soft Key 1 Select.
Set the length of time the phone waits before
automatically redialing a number when the attempted
call fails.
G
Off / Every 60 secs / Every 30 secs / Every 10 secs
6.2.5 Voice Privacy
Set the voice privacy feature for CDMA calls as
Enhanced or Standard. CDMA offers inherent voice
privacy. Check with your service provider for
availability of the enhanced voice privacy mode.
G
Select Standard or Enhanced and press Soft Key 1
Select.
6.2.6 Clear Voice
Enable/Disable the function of Audio AGC(Auto Gain
Control) system.
This feature provides a better audio experience by
enabling the Audio AGC system to control the
dynamic range and volume of the sending and
receiving voice across different levels of speaker and
environments.
G
Select On or Off and press Soft Key 1 Select.
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6.2.7 Call Timer
6.3 Phone
You can set your phone to display the running elapsed
time while a call is active.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
G
Select Enable or Disable and press Soft Key 1
Select.
6.2.8 Call Connect Alert
This is a function to alert you that the call connection
has been established.
G Select On or Off and press Soft Key 1 Select.
6.2.9 Edit SMS on Call Reject
You can edit your message which can be sent during
Call Reject.
6.2.0 Int'l Call Prefix
Allows you to set international call prefix.
G After inputting international call prefix, press
Softkey 1 Save.
6.2.* Help
You can get more information about this menu.
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,
.
6.3.1 Key Guard
Allows you to protect the keypad of your phone from
accidental dialing. When this function is enabled, no
call can be made and the access to Menu is locked.
When the keypad is locked, it is possible to answer a
call normally.
G
Select Enable or Disable and press Soft Key 1 Select.
If Enable is selected, insert the desire time. Key pad
will autometecly get locked on setted time.
To enable quickly : Press the key
for 2 seconds.
To disable quickly : Repeat the procedure.
N o t e After the call is ended the keypad will get locked
after about 2~3 secs.
6.3.2 Airplane Mode
When your phone is in Airplane Mode, it cannot send or
receive any calls or access online information. You may
use the phone’s other features, such as Game,
Scheduler, Memo, etc. When Airplane Mode is enabled,
a message “Airplane Mode” is displayed on the screen.
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G Select On or Off and press Soft Key 1 Select.
6.3.3 Set NAM
Select the phone’s NAM (Number Assignment Module).
N o t e This option may not be available on your network.
Do not change setting and use NAM 1 only.
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6.3.4.2 Data Baud
This setting enables the subscriber terminal to set the
baud rate.
G Data Baud set 19,200/115,200/230,400/USB
By default it is set to USB. If you change this setting
on the phone ensure that the PC baud rates are
changed to match accordingly.
6.3.4 Data Settings
6.3.4.1 Data In
In Data setting, you can use your phone as a wireless
modem to avail high speed data services such as
browsing Internet and other dial-up networking
functions. The wireless phone supports a maximum
data rate of 153.6 kbps on the network side. The speed
of your connection depends upon network
congestion, signal strength, and other variables.
G On : This setting enables a subscriber to receive
data calls.
G Off
N o t e You need to purchase the Data Kit in order to be
N o t e The wireless phone will work with the PC / PDA
properly only when the serial port settings on both
the PC match with the baud rates set on the phone.
6.3.5 Service Alert
Alerts you when service changes.
G Select On or Off and press Soft Key 1 Select.
6.3.6 Version
View the S/W and PRL version.
6.3.7 Help
You can get more information about this menu.
able to use the phone as modem. The data kit
includes a suitable cable that has USB interface for
connecting the phone to the PC. Please contact
your service provider for further information.
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6.4 Security
6.4.2 Emergency Numbers
6.4.1 Lock Mode
You can call these numbers 100, 101, 102 even when
the phone is locked.
To enter 3 emergency numbers.
Keeps your phone from unauthorized use. Once the
phone is locked, it is in restricted mode, until the lock
code is entered. This will allow you to receive phone
calls and still make emergency calls. The lock
code/password on your phone is 0000 by default. If
you need to modify the lock code, you may modify it
using the new lock code within the security set menu.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
3. Press Soft Key 1 Edit.
4. Enter an Emergency number.
5. Press Soft Key 1 Save.
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
6.4.3 Change Lock Code
3. Select an options and press Soft Key 1 Select.
New Lock Code allows you to enter a new four-digit
lock code number.
G Off
means that the phone is never locked. When
locked, you can receive incoming calls or make
only emergency calls.
G Now means that the phone is locked
immediately.
G On Power Up means the phone is locked when it
is turned on.
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1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
3. Enter the New Lock Code(four-digit).
4. Re-enter Lock Code.
5. For confirmation, it will ask you to enter the New
Lock Code again.
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6.4.4 Clear Memory
Deletes all information saved in Phone Book.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
3. Select
All Names or
All Data.
4. After clearing memory, phone is reset to defaults.
6.4.5 Reset Default
You can reset some of the menu settings to their
original values. When select Reset phone, all settings
become reset.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
3. Using the
then select Yes.
4. Press Soft Key 1 Select.
6.4.6 Help
You can get more information about this menu.
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7. Organiser
How to use various keys for navigation in Calendar
Moves cursor to the left.
7.1 Scheduler
Moves cursor to the right.
Moves to the previous week.
Scheduler Functions
Scheduler keeps your agenda convenient and easy to
access. Simply store your appointments and your
phone alerts you with a reminder of your appointment.
You can also take advantage of the wake-up feature.
Up to 160, can be saved.
Moves to the next week.
Moves to the previous year.
Moves to the next year.
Moves to today.
Moves to the previous month.
Note
While transmitting SMS or during a call at the
preset time, it does not ring. After exiting, it will
ring the reminder.
Note
Handset time is taken from Network time
settings.
Moves to the next month.
Allows you to input your schedule or erase or view. If
you input the time and memo, an alarm rings at the set
time.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Select the date using your keypad, then press Soft
Key 1 Options and select View, Erase To Date,
Erase All, Go To Date, or Go To Today or press Soft
Key 2 Add.
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7.2 To Do
Up to 40, can be saved.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Add to write a new event.
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Erase: Enable user to delete a selected memo.
Erase All: Enable user to delete all the stored memo.
Add : Enable user to add Memo.
When a memo is saved current date is also saved.
In case there is no memo, Add is displayed in Soft
Key 2.
In case there is saved To Do, the function of
View, Erase, and Erase All is available with Soft
Key 1 Options. Add is available with Soft Key 2.
7.3 Memo
Up to 40, can be saved.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
7.4 Reserved Call
This option allows you to create reserved call with
calling time and date. Phone will alert you on set time
and date to dial. Upto 5 can be saved.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Add to write a new memo.
3. After entering characters (For entering characters,
refer to pages 21~25) press Soft Key 1 Save.
When Memo is not empty
Following Options are available :
View , Erase, Erase All and Add.
View : To display selected memo.
View screen gives 2 options Edit and Erase.
Using Edit user can modify an existing memo.
,
.
2. Select Reserved Call 1~5.
3. Enter the phone number, then press
must enter any phone number)
4. You can change the mode using
. (You
.
(Off / Once / Daily / Mon-Fri / Mon-Sat / Weekends
/ Every Sun)
5. After moving with
key.
, enter the date with number
6. After moving with
, enter the time with number
key. (Select am/pm with
)
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7. After moving with
, choose melody with
.
8. After moving with
, enter memo upto 32
characters, then press
.
How to Set Snooze
7.5 Alarm
Snooze defaults when it is set to alarm.
When no key is input when alarm sounds, Snooze
function is set automatically one minute later, and the
alarm sounds again ten minutes after set alarm time.
To change an event alarm time.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Select Alarm1, Alarm2 or Alarm3.
3. You can change the alarm mode using
.
(Off / Once / Daily / Mon-Fri / Mon-Sat / Weekends
/ Every Sun)
4. Use
to set alarm time, select Ringer and input
contents, then press Soft Key 1 Save.
G am/pm may be selected using
.
G Ringer volume is controlled according to settings
done in Profiles.
Note
Alarm is disabled when the mobile is switched
off. Any alarms that have passed the set limits
will automatically expire.
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You can set Quick Alarm (10 min later/30 min later/
1 hour later/3 hours later/Off).
When Quick Alarm is set, the scheduled alarm time is
displayed.
7.6 D-Day Counter
Up to 5, can be saved.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Add to write a new event.
3. After entering characters (For entering characters,
refer to pages 21~25) press Soft Key 1 Save.
4. Use
Note
to set D-Day then press Soft Key 1 Save.
In case there is saved D-Day, the function of View,
Show, and Erase is available with Soft Key 1
Options.
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7.9 Unit Converter
Stopwatch is available.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
Unit Converter provides various conversion unit like
Currency, Length, Surface, Mass, Volume,
Temperature and Velocity.
7.8 Calculator
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
Calculate simple mathematical computations.
(Can get result upto second decimal place.)
7.9.1 Currency
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Press
and
,
in order.
3. Select (multiplication) using
4. Press
,
.
keys.
,
.
Before you can make currency conversions, you need
to choose a base Currency (usually the domestic
currency) and add exchange rates.
1. Set the domestic currency and Press
exchange rates.
to add
in order.
5. Select using Soft Key 1 Answer.
2. Then press Soft Key 1 Rate and press Soft Key 1
Save to set the currency rates.
You will see the result of the calculation 250.
Note
Note
Calculations can be made with up to 50
characters at one time (e.g., 73+01-03 would be
8 characters).
The base currency determines the conver-sion
rates of the other currency. After you have
inserted all the needed exchange rates, you can
make currency con-version.
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Length, Surface, Mass, Volume, Temperature
and Velocity
1. Enter the Input for Source unit and it displays the
result in destination unit.
2. Press
or
measurement.
to select different units of
3. Press
or
destination units.
to switch between source and
7.0 World Clock
Is useful if you need to make a call to another country,
and you are not sure about the time difference.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
2. Select the city you desire by using
For faster selection,
cities on the map.
Note
.
.
can be used to jump 7
With Soft Key 2 DST, set the daylight saving time.
7.* Help
You can get more information about this menu.
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4. To exit from Data Services any time, hold down
for a few seconds.
For quick access, press left navigation key in idle mode.
N o t e All Data Services may not be available to every
subscriber. Please contact your service provider for
8.1 R-Menu
You can download VOD through R World and play
VOD files in downloaded.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
8.3 Reset R-Menu
You can reset R-Media. When activated, downloaded
VOD is reset.
8.2 Play N Shop
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
This connects you to R World Data Services like
Ringtones, Cricket, Dating, Contests, News, Astro, City
& TV Guides, and more provided by your service
provider. 20 downloadable 32 Poly Ringtones through
R World.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
further information.
,
.
,
.
,
.
8.4 Games
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select Cricket / Hoops / Tenpin Terror with
then press
.
or
Press
key for 2 seconds.
2. R World logo will be displayed followed by R World
Data Services Menu.
8.5 Help
You can get more information about this menu.
3. Scroll through the menu using
and launch
any Data Service by clicking on Soft Key 1 Select.
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9. Multimedia
9.1 Camera
Your multimedia phone comes with an easy-to-use
built-in camera, which allows you to instantly take,
view, and share pictures and videos with your friends
and family. Flash option is available with Camera.
Quick Access to Camera Feature
Pressing the Camera Key (
hot key to Camera.
) from standby mode is a
1. Take : capture a still image
2. Resolution : 640x480 / 320x240 / 160x120 / 128x128
3. Flash : Off/On
4. Self Timer : Off / 3 seconds / 5 seconds /
10 seconds / 15 seconds
5. Black/White : Normal / Black/White
6. Fun Frames : Frame 1~15, No Frame
(Allows you to take photos with a pre-made
foreground.)
7. Multishot : 3/6/9shots available (except for
640x480 mode, 3 shots are possible)
Note
Use to adjust the zoom function (x1, x2 and x4
at Low resolution(160x120, 128x128), x1 and x2
9.1.1 Take Photo
at Med resolution(320x240), and only x1 at High
Taking a picture with your camera. Up to 200 including
video and picture, can be saved.
Note
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
3. Take a picture by pressing
Note
,
Pressing the Camera Key (
,
.
) for 4 seconds
from standby mode is a hot key to Take Photo.
2. Set the brightness
, zoom
, and press Soft
Key 1 Options to change other settings.
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resolution (640x480)).
When the Flash is On, take a photo within 30 cm.
or
.
4. Press
. The picture is stored in the Gallery.
• Press Soft Key 2 Reject or retake the photo.
• Press Soft Key 1 Options to select Save or Send.
Note
“Bar icon” on the upper right corner of the LCD
screen shows how many photos you have taken
and the maximum number you can take.
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9.1.2 Take Movie
Erase All
Capture 15 seconds 128x128 sized movie video with sound.
With pictures and videos, max. 5 Mbyte is available.
9.1.6 Settings
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
,
,
,
then press
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
Look around your photo saved in the phone.
,
,
.
1. Select On or Off with
9.1.4 My Movie Gallery
9.1.6.2 Shutter Sound
Sees the recorded movies.
Choose a sound in 4.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
9.1.6.1 Auto Saving
9.1.3 My Photo Gallery
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
Erase all slide show.
,
,
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
2. Select Sound 1~4 or Off with
,
,
,
then press
.
.
.
9.1.5 Slide Show
Shows you the selected picutres consecutively.
9.1.7 Help
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
You can get more information about this menu.
,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 2 Add and set the desired images
for slide show and select Soft Key 1 Select, and
then press Soft Key 2 Done to save it.
View
Erase
Rename
Set As
Play the the selected slide show.
Erase the the selected slide show.
Rename the selected slide show.
Set the selected slide show as wallpaper.
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9.2 My Stuff
0. Voice Tools
9.2.1 Images
With Voice Tools, you can use Voice Recorder,
Answering Machine, Voice Messages and Voice
Dialling. You can record 10 voice records, 10 voice
messages or 1 user defined greeting message.
Recording time is limited by 9 minutes in total.
Shows you the images of default, downloaded and
camera photos.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
9.2.2 Videos
0.1 Voice Recorder
Shows the videos which you captured or downloaded
from R-World.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
2. Select Camera Videos or Downloaded and check it.
9.2.3 Sounds
Show you the list of sounds (Dafault, Downloaded,
Voices), and you can play them.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
,
.
9.2.4 Help
You can get more information about this menu.
You can record your voice memo up to 9 minutes and
check voice records list on Internal or External folders.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu,
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0.2 Answering Machine
You can receive a call with your voice and record
caller's voice messages.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
2. Select 1 On or Off.
3. Press
68
,
2. Select Record New / Voice Records List with
then press
.
Greeting Message.
.
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Default
G
User Defined
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When set as, pre-programmed
greeting message is activated.
After recording User Defined
greeting message, set as
Greeting Message.
4. Press
Settings. After setting Screening and
Time setting, press Soft Key 1 Save.
Note
In case there are 10 voice messages or voice
memory is full, Answering Machine does not
function even if it is set as On.
When does not receive a call or the other party
hangs up the phone, "Voice Memory Full" is
displayed.
0.3 Voice Messages
Voice messages have voice files from answering
machine and In call voice memos.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
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0.4 Voice Dialling
Voice dialing make a call with voice and you can
access to voice dialing with hot key in idle screen. Up
to 10 numbers can be assigned.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu,
,
.
2. Enter or highlight the entry name in the phonebooks
and press
.
3. After you are prompted to say the name you wish to
program, wait for the beep and then say the name
into your phone's microphone.
4. Respond to the prompt by repeating the name after
the beep.
0.5 Help
You can get more information about this menu.
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Options.
G Play : Play the recorded voice message.
G Erase All : Erase the recorded all voice
messages.
G File Info : Display file name, size, recorded date
and time.
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Functions Used During a Call
In Call Memo
Voice Privacy On/Off
(During a Call : Menu
)
It allows you to note a phone number that the other
person provides you during a call. The number will be
stored in the Call History. Upto 32 number may be
saved.
(During a Call : Menu
)
Set the privacy feature for CDMA calls as Enhanced
or Standard. CDMA offers inherent voice privacy.
check with your service provider for availability of the
enhanced voice privacy mode.
1. Press the Soft Key 1
2. Press
during the call.
In Call Memo.
3. Type the phone number and press the Soft Key 1
Save.
Mute/Unmute
(During a Call : Menu
)
This function locks the microphone of your telephone
and prevent sounds from your end being heard by the
person at the other end.
G
To enable Mute Function:
1. Press the Soft Key 1
2. Press
G
Mute.
To disable Mute Function:
1. Repeat the procedure.
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Voice Memo
(During a Call : Menu
)
It allows you to record a conversation during a phone
call. As it is recording, the phone displays a
countdown timer that shows how many seconds are
left for recording.
Adjusting Speaker Mode On
(During a Call : Press
)
During a call, to activate or cancel speaker quickly,
press
.
during the call.
Earpiece/Speaker Volume
Adjust the Earpiece/Speaker Volume with
the call.
during
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Accessories
There are a variety of accessoris available for your
mobile phone. You can select these options according
to your personal communication requirements.
Consult your local dealer for availability.
Headset
Travel Adaptor
This adaptor allows you to charge the
battery. It supports AC 100~240 Volt,
50~60 Hz outlets.
Connects to your phone, allowing
hands- free operation. Includes
earpiece, microphone, and
integrated call answer /termination
button.
Cigarette Lighter Charger
You can operate the phone and trickle
charge the phone’s battery from your
vehicle by using the cigarette lighter
charger, model CLC-61W.
USB Convert Cable
Connect your phone to your PC.
(LG-USBC1000-X)
USB Data Cable(With Charging)
Hands-Free Car Kit (Portable)
The hands-free car kit, model PHF61W, enables you to attach the phone
to the car providing you with handsfree operation.
Connect your phone to your PC.
(LG-USB8100-X)
USB Data Cable(Without Charging)
Connect your phone to your PC.
(LG-USB5200)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions
Q : How do I view the list of Dialled calls,
Received calls and Missed calls?
A : Press
.
Q : How do I clear Call History ?
A : Press
Press Soft Key 1 Options Select Erase or Erase All Press
Select Yes Press
.
Q : How do I view all numbers stored in
memory?
A : Press Soft Key 2 Find.
Q : How many events can I add to the
schedule ?
A : Total of 160 events.
Q : How do I clear past schedule stored in
Scheduler?
Organiser
A : Press Soft Key 1 Menu Scheduler Press Soft Key 1
Options Erase To Date Select
One week/One month/One day Press
.
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Q : How many Speed Dial numbers can I store?
A : Total of 99 numbers.
Q : How do I send a text message ?
A : Press
Text .
Write Write
Q : How do I clear the call timer (reset the time
used monthly)?
Call History
A : Press Soft Key 1 Menu Call Duration Reset Call
Duration Select Yes Press
.
Q : How do I find out my lock code ?
A : The Lock Code/Password on your phone is
0000 by default.
Q : How many groups are there ?
A : In Groups, there are No Group/Business/
Personal/Family/Friends/Workgroup/VIP/Sch
ool/Club. You can edit Group title except the
title of No Group cannot be edited. To
change Group Name,
1. Select group by pressing Soft Key 1
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Menu Names and
.
2. Press Soft Key 2 Edit.
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Groups
Q : Is Group SMS possible ?
A : You can send a message to 10 numbers
simultaneously. Each number should be
selected or entered individually. There are
5 SMS Groups where you can add 10
members in each group.
Q : Is Group E-mail possible ?
A : You can send a message to 10 address
simultaneously. Each address should be
selected or entered individually. There are
5 E-mail Groups where you can add 10
members in each group.
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Q: How to send MMS sending?
A: After writing multimedia message, select
Insert Image/Insert Sound in Options. The
phone can store up to 5 MMS / 15
notifications in MMS.
Q : What is the significance of
key ?
A:
key is equivalent to pressing Soft Key
1, in the case of Soft Key 1 is associated
Select” option.
with “S
key is equivalent to pressing Soft Key
+ selecting first option of popup menu, in
the case of Soft Key 1 is associated with
Options” option.
“O
key for turning the speaker on/off
during the call properly.
Q : How to send SMS/E-mail sending to multiple
recepients ?
A : After writing message, select SMS/E-mail
Groups in Options. You can add up to 10
recepients.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q : What is the difference between activating
speaker during a call and activating it in Idle
mode?
A : If user want to use speaker ON as default
always, user can enable the speaker mode
by pressing LONG
key.
If user want to use speaker temporarily, he
can enable it by pressing
key. User
can toggle speaker by pressing the same
key.
Q : What is Airplane Mode?
A : This 'Airplane Mode' function will turn off
radio frequency(RF) of mobile, so user can
not make the following Incoming/Outgoing
Calls, Sending/Receving SMS and Data
Communication etc.
Q : How to send LMS ?
A : With this new feature LMS message, user
can compose a message upto 460
characters. To send an LMS message,
compose a message in the message
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editor with more then 160 characters. Title
of the message editor is changed to "Write
LMS(XXX)" displaying the total number of
characters left. On the selection of send
option, total number of segments formed
are displayed and the confirmation is
taken from the user. User can continue or
can cancel. Each segment is sent as a
simple SMS message over the network.
Messages are stored in the Outbox on the
return of acknowledgement. Each LMS
packet is received as individual message.
Every LMS message shows the packet
sequence number in the message body for
ex: In case of 3 packets, <1/3>, <2/3>,
<3/3>.
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Q : Is Group MMS possible?
A : To send MMS to MMS Groups, press Soft
Messages Key 1 Menu Msg Groups MMS Groups with
. After pressing Soft Key 2 Send,
compose messages and press
.
In Options, select Send with
.
Q : How to send SMS to E-mail and E-mail to
SMS ?
A : To send an SMS To E-mail: Go to
Messages Write Write E-mail. On
selection of this option, an E-mail editor is
displayed where user need to enter the Email IDs. Maximum 10 E-mail IDs can be
entered each of maximum 40 characters.
On the selection of Send option in this
screen, Subject editor is enabled. This
screen allows user to edit upto 20
characters. On the selection of Next
option in the subject editor, message
editor is enabled, here user can compose
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a message upto X characters (X=480Subject size-Max E-mail ID size in the list
- packet formation characters). E-mail
message can be an LMS message. To
receive an E-mail as SMS: An
E-mail can be sent to the mobile device
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device can have subject and the email
body.
Received email on the mobile device will
have different icon in the Inbox list.
For more details. Contact your Service
Provider.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Before calling for service
Please check to see if any problem which you may have with your phone is described here before taking it for
service or calling a service engineer.
When showing symptoms like:
Check this!
When “
” does not disappear
from the screen.
Check whether it is in service area, and if you continue to see “
”
please turn off the power and wait for approximately 2 minutes to turn
it back on. If there is no change, check again after relocating to other
areas.
When connection is abrupt or is not
audible in certain areas.
When frequency environment is unstable in a certain area,
connection may be abrupt and not audible. Relocate to other areas
and try again.
When connection is not made well
or abrupt even when established.
When frequency is unstable or weak, or if there are too many
users, connection may be cut off even after it was established.
Please try again a little later or try after relocating to other areas.
When LCD does not turn on.
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Remove battery and turn on the power after placing it back on.
If there is no change even then, sufficiently charge the battery and
try again.
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Check this!
When it echoes while connection is
made with a certain telephone in a
certain area.
Called "Echo Phenomenon," it occurs if connection volume is too
high or caused by special properties(semielectronic telephone
exchange) of the machine on the other end.
When the phone is heated.
If connection is made for a significantly long duration, or game
and Internet and others are used for a long time, the phone may
become hot. This has no effect upon the life of the product or
performance.
When the Ringer does not ring, or
when Backlight or LCD blinks only.
Ringer Type may be set as "Silent" or "Light". Please select
"Ring".
Standby duration for battery
gradually becomes shorter.
Because battery wear out, its life gradually becomes shorter. If
its life becomes shorter over half of that at the time of
purchase, you must purchase a new one.
When usage time of battery becomes
shorter.
If time for use of battery is short, it may be due to the user
environment, or large volume of calls, or weak signals.
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Safety Guidelines
TIA Safety Information
Provided herein is the complete TIA Safety
Information for Wireless Handheld phones. Inclusion
of the text covering Pacemakers, Hearing Aids, and
Other Medical Devices is required in the owner’s
manual for CTIA Certification. Use of the remaining
TIA language is encouraged when appropriate.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signal
Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low
power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it
receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF)
signals.
In August, 1996, the Federal Communications
Commissions (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines
with safety levels for hand-held wireless phones.
Those guidelines are consistent with the safety
standards previously set by both U.S. and international
standards bodies:
ANSI C95.1 (1992) *
NCRP Report 86 (1986)
ICNIRP (1996)
Those standards were based on comprehensive and
periodic evaluations of the relevant scientific
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literature. For example, over 120 scientists, engineers,
and physicians from universities, government health
agencies, and industry reviewed the available body of
research to develop the ANSI Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies with the FCC
guidelines (and those standards).
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement
antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or
attachments could damage the phone and may violate
FCC regulations.
Phone Operation
NORMAL POSITION: Hold the phone as you would
any other telephone with the antenna pointed up and
over your shoulder.
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Tips on Efficient Operation:
Electronic Devices
• For your phone to operate most efficiently:
Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the
phone is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the phone to operate at a
higher power level than otherwise needed.
• American National Standards Institute; National
Council on Radiation Protection and
Measurements; International Commission on NonIonizing Radiation Protection
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from
RF signals. However, certain electronic equipment
may not be shielded against the RF signals from your
wireless phone.
Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless
telephones in the areas where you drive. Always obey
them. Also, if using your phone while driving, please:
• Give full attention to driving -- driving safely is your
first responsibility;
• Use hands-free operation, if available;
• Pull off the road and park before making or
answering a call if driving conditions so require.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association
recommends that a minimum separation of six(6”)
inches be maintained between a handheld wireless
phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent with the
independent research by and recommendations of
Wireless Technology Research
Persons with pacemakers:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six
inches from their pacemaker when the phone is
turned ON;
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to
minimize the potential for interference
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Hearing Aids
Vehicles
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some
hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you
may want to consult the LG Authorised Service Center
to discuss alternatives Optional for each phone
manufacturer.
RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor
vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your vehicle.
You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Other Medical Devices
Posted Facilities
If you use any other personal medical device, consult
the manufacturer of your device to determine if they
are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your
physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this
information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do
so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to external RF
energy.
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted
notices so require.
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Aircraft
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the
air. Switch OFF your phone before boarding an
aircraft.
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your
phone OFF when in a “blasting area” or in areas
posted: “Turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs and
instructions.
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Potentially Explosive Atmosphere
Safety Information
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs
and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an
explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are
often, but not always marked clearly. Potential areas
may include: fueling areas (such as gasoline stations);
below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or
storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum
gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles (such as grain, dust,
or metal powders); and any other area where you
would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle
engine.
Please read and observe the following information for
safe and proper use of your phone and to prevent
damage. Also, keep the user guide in an accessible
place at all the times after reading it.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place
objects, including either installed or portable wireless
equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment
is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious
injury could result.
Violation of the instructions
may cause minor or serious
damage to the product.
Charger and Adapter Safety
G
The charger and adapter are intended for indoor
use only.
Battery Information and Care
G
Please dispose of your battery properly.
G
The battery does not need to be fully discharged
before recharging.
G
Use only LG-approved chargers specific to your
phone model since they are designed to maximize
battery life.
G
Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery.
G
Keep the battery’s metal contacts clean.
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G
Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. The battery can be
recharged several hundred times before
replacement.
G
Recharge the battery after long periods of non-use
to maximize battery life.
G
Battery life will vary due to usage patterns and
environmental conditions.
G
Use of extended backlighting, MiniBrowser, and
data connectivity kits affect battery life and
talk/standby times.
G
The self-protection function of the battery cuts the
power of the phone when its operation is in an
abnormal state. In this case, remove the battery
from the phone, reinstall it, and turn the phone on.
G
Unplug the power cord prior to cleaning your
phone, and clean the power plug pin when it is
dirty.
G
When using the power plug, ensure that it is firmly
connected. If it is not, it may cause excessive heat
or fire.
G
If you put your phone in a pocket or bag without
covering the receptacle of the phone (power plug
pin), metallic articles (such as a coin, paperclip or
pen) may short-circuit the phone. Always cover the
receptacle when not in use.
G
Do not short-circuit the battery. Metallic articles
such as a coin, paperclip or pen in your pocket or
bag may short-circuit the + and – terminals of the
battery (metal strips on the battery) upon moving.
Short-circuit of the terminal may damage the
battery and cause an explosion.
Explosion, Shock, and Fire Hazards
G
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Do not put your phone in a place subject to
excessive dust and keep the minimum required
distance between the power cord and heat
sources.
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G
Using a damaged battery or placing a battery in
your mouth may cause serious injury.
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G
Do not place items containing magnetic
components such as a credit card, phone card,
bank book or subway ticket near your phone. The
magnetism of the phone may damage the data
stored in the magnetic strip.
G
Talking on your phone for a long period of time may
reduce call quality due to heat generated during
use.
G
When the phone is not used for a long period time,
store it in a safe place with the power cord
unplugged.
G
Using the phone in proximity to receiving
equipment (i.e., TV or radio) may cause
interference to the phone.
G
G
Do not use the phone if the antenna is damaged. If
a damaged antenna contacts skin, it may cause a
slight burn. Please contact an LG Authorized
Service Center to replace the damaged antenna.
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G
The power cord on this product will expose you to
lead, a chemical known to the State of California to
cause (cancer) birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Wash hands after handling.
G
Do not paint your phone.
G
The data saved in your phone might be deleted due
to careless use, repair of the phone, or upgrade of
the software. Please backup your important phone
numbers. (Ring tones, text messages, voice
messages, pictures, and videos could also be
deleted.)
The manufacturer is not liable for damage due to
the loss of data.
G
When you use the phone in public places, set the
ring tone to vibration so as not to disturb others.
G
Do not turn your phone on or off when putting it in
your ear.
Do not immerse your phone in water. If this
happens, turn it off immediately and remove the
battery. If the phone does not work, take it to an LG
Authorized Service Center.
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Safety Guidelines
FDA Consumer Update
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s
Center for Devices and Radiological Health
Consumer Update on Mobile Phones.
1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that
any health problems are associated with using
wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that
wireless phones are absolutely safe. Wireless phones
emit low levels of radiofrequency energy (RF) in the
microwave range while being used. They also emit
very low levels of RF when in the stand-by mode.
Whereas high levels of RF can produce health effects
(by heating tissue), exposure to low level RF that does
not produce heating effects causes no known
adverse health effects. Many studies of low level RF
exposures have not found any biological effects.
Some studies have suggested that some biological
effects may occur, but such findings have not been
confirmed by additional research. In some cases,
other researchers have had difficulty in reproducing
those studies, or in determining the reasons for
inconsistent results.
2. What is FDA's role concerning the safety of
wireless phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of
radiation-emitting consumer products such as
wireless phones before they can be sold, as it does
with new drugs or medical devices. However, the
agency has authority to take action if wireless phones
are shown to emit radiofrequency energy (RF) at a
level that is hazardous to the user. In such a case,
FDA could require the manufacturers of wireless
phones to notify users of the health hazard and to
repair, replace or recall the phones so that the hazard
no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA
regulatory actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone
industry to take a number of steps, including the
following:
• Support needed research into possible biological
effects of RF of the type emitted by wireless
phones;
• Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes
any RF exposure to the user that is not necessary
for device function; and
• Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones
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with the best possible information on possible
effects of wireless phone use on human health.
FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the
federal agencies that have responsibility for different
aspects of RF safety to ensure coordinated efforts at
the federal level. The following agencies belong to this
working group:
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
• Environmental Protection Agency
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration
• National Telecommunications and Information
Administration
The National Institutes of Health participates in some
interagency working group activities, as well
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless
phones with the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC). All phones that are sold in the United States
must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF
exposure. FCC relies on FDA and other health
agencies for safety questions about wireless phones.
FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless
phone networks rely upon. While these base stations
operate at higher power than do the wireless phones
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themselves, the RF exposures that people get from
these base stations are typically thousands of times
lower than those they can get from wireless phones.
Base stations are thus not the subject of the safety
questions discussed in this document.
3. What kinds of phones are the subject of this
update?
The term “wireless phone” refers here to hand-held
wireless phons with built-in antennas, often called
“cell”, “mobile”, or “PCS” phones. These types of
wireless phones can expose the user to measurable
radiofrequency energy(RF) because of the short
distance between the phone and the user’s head.
These RF exposures are limited by Federal
Communications Commission safety guidelines that
were developed with the advice of FDA and other
federal health and safety agencies. When the phone
is located at greater distances from the user, the
exposure to RF is drastically lower because a
person's RF exposure decreases rapidly with
increasing distance from the source. The so-called
"cordless phones," which have a base unit connected
to the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at
far lower power levels, and thus produce RF
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exposures far below the FCC safety limits.
4. What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting
results, and many studies have suffered from flaws in
their research methods. Animal experiments
investigating the effects of radiofrequency energy (RF)
exposures characteristic of wireless phones have
yielded conflicting results that often cannot be
repeated in other laboratories. A few animal studies,
however, have suggested that low levels of RF could
accelerate the development of cancer in laboratory
animals. However, many of the studies that showed
increased tumor development used animals that had
been genetically engineered or treated with cancercausing chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to
develop ca ncer in the absence of RF exposure. Other
studies exposed the animals to RF for up to 22 hours
per day. These conditions are not similar to the
conditions under which people use wireless phones,
so we don’t know with certainty what the results of
such studies mean for human health.
Three large epidemiology studies have been
published since December 2000. Between them, the
studies investigated any possible association between
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the use of wireless phones and primary brain cancer,
glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of
the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers.
None of the studies demonstrated the existence of
any harmful health effects from wireless phone RF
exposures. However, none of the studies can answer
questions about long-term exposures, since the
average period of phone use in these studies was
around three years.
5. What research is needed to decide whether RF
exposure from wireless phones poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory studies and
epidemiological studies of people actually using
wireless phones would provide some of the data that
are needed. Lifetime animal exposure studies could be
completed in a few years. However, very large
numbers of animals would be needed to provide
reliable proof of a cancer promoting effect if one
exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data that is
directly applicable to human populations, but 10 or
more years follow-up may be needed to provide
answers about some health effects, such as cancer.
This is because the interval between the time of
exposure to a cancer-causing agent and the time
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tumors develop — if they do — may be many, many
years. The interpretation of epidemiological studies is
hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF
exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones.
Many factors affect this measurement, such as the
angle at which the phone is held, or which model of
phone is used.
6. What is FDA doing to find out more about the
possible health effects of wireless phone RF?
FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology
Program and with groups of investigators around the
world to ensure that high priority animal studies are
conducted to address important questions about the
effects of exposure to radiofrequency energy (RF).
FDA has been a leading participant in the World
Health Organization International Electromagnetic
Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in 1996. An
influential result of this work has been the
development of a detailed agenda of research needs
that has driven the establishment of new research
programs around the world. The Project has also
helped develop a series of public information
documents on EMF issues.
FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet
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Association (CTIA) have a formal Cooperative
Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do
research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the
scientific oversight, obtaining input from experts in
government, industry, and academic organizations.
CTIA-funded research is conducted through contracts
to independent investigators. The initial research will
include both laboratory studies and studies of wireless
phone users. The CRADA will also include a broad
assessment of additional research needs in the context
of the latest research developments around the world.
7. How can I find out how much radiofrequency energy
exposure I can get by using my wireless phone?
All phones sold in the United States must comply with
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines
that limit radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures. FCC
established these guidelines in consultation with FDA
and the other federal health and safety agencies. The
FCC limit for RF exposure from wireless telephones is
set at a Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of 1.6 watts per
kilogram (1.6 W/kg). The FCC limit is consistent with the
safety standards developed by the Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and the
National Council on Radiation Protection and
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Measurement. The exposure limit takes into
consideration the body’s ability to remove heat from
the tissues that absorb energy from the wireless
phone and is set well below levels known to have
effects. Manufacturers of wireless phones must report
the RF exposure level for each model of phone to the
FCC. The FCC website (http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/)
gives directions for locating the FCC identification
number on your phone so you can find your phone’s RF
exposure level in the online listing.
8. What has FDA done to measure the radiofrequency
energy coming from wireless phones ?
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
(IEEE) is developing a technical standard for
measuring the radiofrequency energy (RF) exposure
from wireless phones and other wireless handsets
with the participation and leadership of FDA scientists
anring the rate at which RF is deposited in the heads
of wireless phone users. The test method uses a
tissue-simulating model of the human head.
Standardized SAR test methodology is expected to
greatly improve the consistency of measurements
made at different laboratories on the same phone.
SAR is the measurement of the amount of energy
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absorbed in tissue, either by the whole body or a
small part of the body. It is measured in watts/kg (or
milliwatts/g) of matter. This measurement is used to
determine whether a wireless phone complies with
safety guidelines.
9. What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to
radiofrequency energy from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products--and at this point
we do not know that there is--it is probably very small.
But if you are concerned about avoiding even
potential risks, you can take a few simple steps to
minimize your exposure to radiofrequency energy
(RF). Since time is a key factor in how much exposure
a person receives, reducing the amount of time spent
using a wireless phone will reduce RF exposure.
• If you must condict extended conversationsby
wireless phone every day, you could place more
distance between your body and the source of the
RF, since the exposure level drops off dramatically
with distamce. For example, you could use a
headset and carry the wireless phone away from
your body or use a wireless phone connected to a
remote antenna
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that
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wireless phones are harmful. But if you are
concerned about the RF exposure from these
products, you can use measures like those described
above to reduce your RF exposure from wireless
phone use.
10. What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to
users of wireless phones, including children and
teenagers. If you want to take steps to lower exposure
to radiofrequency energy (RF), the measures described
above would apply to children and teenagers using
wireless phones. Reducing the time of wireless phone
use and increasing the distance between the user and
the RF source will reduce RF exposure.
Some groups sponsored by other national governments
have advised that children be discouraged from using
wireless phones at all. For example, the government in
the United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such
a recommendation in December 2000. They noted that
no evidence exists that using a wireless phone causes
brain tumors or other ill effects. Their recommendation
to limit wireless phone use by children was strictly
precautionary; it was not based on scientific evidence
that any health hazard exists.
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11. What about wireless phone interference with
medical equipment?
Radiofrequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can
interact with some electronic devices. For this reason,
FDA helped develop a detailed test method to
measure electromagnetic interference (EMI) of
implanted cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators from
wireless telephones. This test method is now part of a
standard sponsored by the Association for the
Advancement of Medical instrumentation (AAMI). The
final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device
manufacturers, and many other groups, was
completed in late 2000. This standard will allow
manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers
and defibrillators are safe from wireless phone EMI.
FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from
handheld wireless phones and helped develop a
voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This
standard specifies test methods and performance
requirements for hearing aids and wireless phones so
that no interference occurs when a person uses a
“compatible” phone and a “compatible” hearing aid
at the same time. This standard was approved by the
IEEE in 2000.
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FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones
for possible interactions with other medical devices.
Should harmful interference be found to occur, FDA
will conduct testing to assess the interference and
work to resolve the problem.
12. Where can I find additional information?
For additional information, please refer to the
following resources:
• FDA wed page on wireless phones
(http://www.fda.gov/cellphones/)
• Federal Communications Commission(FCC) RF
Safety Program
(http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/)
• International Commission on Non-lonizing Radiation
Protection
(http://www.icnirp.de)
• World Health Organization(WHO) International EMF
Project
(http://www.who.int/peh-emf/en/)
• National Radiological Protection Board(UK)
(http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation/)
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LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT
LG ELECTRONICS Inc. represents and warrants that this
subscriber unit and its accessories ("PRODUCT") is free
from defects in material and workmanship.
This warranty is subject to the following terms and
conditions;
1. This warranty of the PRODUCT extends for a period of
12 months commencing from the date of the activation
or 15 months from the date of manufacture whichever
is less, except for the battery, for which the warranty is
9 months from the date of activation or 12 months from
the date of manufacture whichever is less.
2. During the warranty period, LG ELECTRONICS Inc. or
its authorized service network will repair or replace, at
LG ELECTRONICS Inc.’s option, the PRODUCT or any
relevant parts thereof in the event that the PRODUCT is
found to be defective. The repaired PRODUCT or the
Product/part provided as a replacement for a defective
PRODUCT/part, shall be free from defects. The END
USER/consumer purchaser of the PRODUCT or his/her
assignee ("CONSUMER") shall not be charged
(whether for parts, labour or otherwise) for the repair
or replacement of a defective PRODUCT during the
warranty period. All replaced parts, boards or
equipment shall become the property of LG
ELECTRONICS Inc.
3. The warranty in respect of a repaired or replaced
PRODUCT/part shall extend for the remaining warranty
period of the repaired PRODUCT or replacement
thereof to the CONSUMER.
4. Upon request from LG ELECTRONICS Inc. , the
CONSUMER may be required to provide the purchase
receipt or other documentation or information in
respect of the date and place of purchase.
5. The CONSUMER shall have no coverage or benefits
under this warranty in the event that any of the
following conditions are applicable:
(a) The PRODUCT has been subject to abnormal use
or conditions, improper storage, exposure to
excessive moisture or dampness, exposure to
excessive temperatures, unauthorized
modifications, unauthorized repair (including but
not limited to use of unauthorized spare parts in
repairs), abuse, accident, Acts of God, spills of
food or liquids, improper installation and
breakage or damage to antennae (otherwise than
by reason of any defects in material or
workmanship).
(b) LG ELECTRONICS Inc. has not been notified by the
CONSUMER of the defects of the PRODUCT during
the applicable warranty period.
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(c) The PRODUCT serial number code or the accessory
date code has been removed, defaced or altered.
(d) The PRODUCT has been used with or connected to
an accessory (i) not supplied by LG ELECTRONICS
Inc. or its affiliates, (ii) not fit for use with the
PRODUCT or (iii) used otherwise than in the manner
intended.
(e) The seals of the PRODUCT’S battery enclosure
have been broken or show evidence of tampering
or the PRODUCT’S battery has been used in
equipment other than that for which it has been
specified usable by LG ECLECTRONICS Inc.
(f) All plastic surfaces and all other externally exposed
parts that are scratched or damages due to normal
customer use.
(g) Breakage or damage to antenna unless caused by
defects in material or workmanship.
6. In order to derive the benefits of this warranty in
respect of any defects in the PRODUCT, the
CONSUMER shall ship the PRODUCTS or part thereof
at its cost to the authorized service center of LG
ELECTRONICS Inc. LG ELECTRONICS Inc. shall bear
the cost of shipping the PRODUCT or part thereof back
to the CONSUMER after the completion of the service
under this limited warranty.
NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY IS APPLICABLE TO
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THIS PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MARKETABILITY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE IS
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY HEREIN. LG ELECTRONICS Inc. SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE OF THE
PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR ANY OTHER
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF THE
USE OF, OR INABILITY OF USE, OF THIS PRODUCT OR
FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MARKETABILTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT.
THE CONSUMER UNDERSTANDS THAT LG
ELECTRONICS INC. HAS EMBEDDED RELIANCE
SOFTWARE AND ITS NETWORK PARAMETERS IN
THE PRODUCT. IN CASE THE CONSUMER DELETES,
REMOVES, ALTERS OR MODIFIES SUCH SOFTWARE
AND THE PARAMETERS AND/OR INSTALLS ANY
THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE, THE WARRANTY AND
REMEDIES HEREUNDER SHALL NOT BE AVAILABLE
TO THE CONSUMER.
7. It is hereby expressly clarified that all warranties
(express or implied) in respect of the PRODUCT are
provided by LG ELECTRONICS Inc. alone.
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;k pktZj dk mi;ksx djus ij vki okajVh dh 'krksaZ dk
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fy, mi;ksx u dja-s
vius Qksu dks ges'kk Å"ek ls nwj j[ks-a Qksu dks dHkh –20
fMxzh ls-a ls de ;k 50 fMxzh ls-a ls vf/kd rkieku dh
fLFkfr;ks]a tSls cQZckjh ds le; [kqys esa ;k fdlh xeZ fnu esa
viuh dkj esa u j[ks-a vR;f/kd lnhZ ;k xehZ ls vkids Qksu
dks uqdlku igqp
¡ ldrk gS vkSj xaHkhj [kjkch vk ldrh gSvU; bysDVªkfW ud midj.kksa ds ikl vius Qksu dk mi;ksx
djrs le; lko/kkuh cjrs-a vkids Qksu ls gksus okyk vkj,Q
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;k isVkª y
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esa foLQksV gks tk,xkegRoi.w kZ ! vius Qksu dk mi;ksx 'kq# djus ls igys Ñi;k
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lko/kku
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fu/kkZfjr lqj{kk ekudksa ds vuq#i gS-
dsoy Qksu ds lkFk fn, x, vkSj vuq'kaflr lgk;d midj.kksa
dk gh mi;ksx djs-a vukf/kÑr midj.k ;k ifjorZu] dkWy dh
xq.koRrk ij foijhr çHkko Mky ldrs gS]a Qksu dks uqdlku
igqp
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(,Q-lh-lh-)
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{kfrxzLr lgk;d midj.k ds laidZ esa vkus ij Ropk FkksMh+
ty ldrh gS-a lgk;d midj.k cnyusa ds fy, vius
LFkkuh; Mhyj ls laidZ djs-a
bl Qksu dh fMT+kkbu ,Qlhlh fn'kkfuns"Z kksa vkSj bu varjkZ"Vªh;
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
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a kyu
bl midj.k dk ijh{k.k vkerkSj ij mi;ksx ds le; 'kjhj
vkSj Qksu ds chp jgus okyh nwjh] ftlesa Qksu dk fiNyk
fgLLkk 'kjhj ls 3/4 bap (2 lseh) nwj jgrk gS] dh fLFkfr;ksa esa
fd;k x;k gS- ,Qlhlhvkj,Q ,DliksTk+ j ekinaMkas ds ikyu
ds fy,] mi;ksxdrkZ ds 'kjhj vkSj Qksu ds fiNys fgLls ds
chp] ftlesa ,aVhuk Hkh 'kkfey gS] de ls de 3/4 bap (2 lseh)
nwjh gksuh pkfg,- vU; fuekZrkvksa ds csYV fDyi] gksYLVj tSls
/kkrq ds iqtksZa okys lgk;d midj.k mi;ksx ugha fd, tkus
pkfg,- ,sls midj.k tks mi;ksxdrkZ ds 'kjhj vkSj Qksu ds
fiNys Hkkx ds chp 3/4 bap (2 lseh) dh nwjh ugha j[k ldrs]
vkSj ftudk ijh{k.k 'kjhj ls vkerkSj ij j[kus okyh nwjh dh
fLFkfr;ksa esa ugha fd;k x;k gS]a os laHkor;k ,Qlhlhvkj,Q
,DliksTk+ j lhekvksa ds vuq#i u gksa vkSj budk mi;ksx ugha
fd;k tkuk pkfg,-
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,Qlhlh Hkkx 15 oxZ ch vuiq kyu
cVS jh u"V djuk
;g midj.k vkSj blds lgk;d midj.k] ,Qlhlh fu;eksa
ds Hkkx 15 ds vuq#i gS-a blds lapkyu dh fuEu nks 'krsZa gS-a
(1) ;g midj.k vkSj blds lgk;d midj.k gkfudkjd
vojks/k iSnk ugha dj ldrs] vkSj (2) ;g midj.k vkSj blds
lgk;d midj.k fdlh Hkh çkIr vojks/k dks Lohdkj djsx
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viuh cSVjh dks vkx ;k ?kkrd vFkok Toyu'khy
lkefxz;ksa esa u Mkys-a
pktjZ ds fy, lko/kkfu;k¡
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xyr cSVjh pktZj ds mi;ksx ls vkidk Qksu [kjkc gks
ldrk gS vkSj okWjVa h dk mYya?ku gks ldrk gS-a
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pktZj dsoy buMskj mi;ksx ds fy, gS-
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'kq# djus ls igys
ij Ropk FkksMh+ ty ldrh gS- {kfrxzLr ,aVhuk cnyus ds
fy, Ñi;k LG ds vf/kÑr lfoZl lsVa j (ASC) ls laidZ
djs-a
lko/kkfu;k¡
dsoy LG dh cSVfj;ksa vkSj pktZjksa dk gh mi;ksx djs-a vU;
fuekZrkvksa ds mRiknksa ij okWjVa h ykxw ugha gksxh-
ladrs çkIr djus okys midj.kksa (tSls Vhoh ;k jsfM;ks) ds
ikl Qksu dk mi;ksx djus ij blesa vojks/k vk ldrk
gS-a
fuf"k) LFkkuksa ij lsY;qyj Qksu dk mi;ksx u djsa
(mnkgj.k ds fy, % foeku es)a -
lsY;qyj Qksu dks Å¡ps rkieku ;k T;knk ueh okys LFkkuksa
esa u ys tk,¡-
tc vki Qksu dk mi;ksx ugha dj jgs gks]a rks mls lqjf{kr
LFkku ij j[ks-a
dsoy vf/kÑr O;fDr dks gh Qksu vkSj mlds lgk;d
midj.kksa dh lfoZl djuh pkfg,] xyr ejEer ;k lfoZl
ds dkj.k nq?kZVuk,¡ gks ldrh gSa vkSj ifj.kkeLo#i okWja Va h
vekU; gks tk,xh-
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gksrk gS] rks bls rqjra can dj nsa vkSj cSVjh fudky ys-a ;fn
Qksu dke ugha djrk gS] rks bls LG ds vf/kÑr lfoZl
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dsoy LG }kjk çnRr ;k ekU; ,aVhuk dk gh mi;ksx djs-a
vuf/kÑr ,aVhuk] ifjorZu ;k layXud Qksu dWkYl dh
xq.koRrk dks çHkkfor dj ldrs gS]a Qksu dks uqdlku ig¡p
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gS-
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mi;ksx u djs-a {kfrxzLr ,aVhuk ds Ropk ds laidZ esa vkus
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Qkus ds it
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fuEu fp= vkidks eksckbZy Qksu ds eq[; iqtksaZ ds ckjs esa crkrk gS-
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'kq# djus ls igys
CkVukas ds QDa 'ku
LCD LØhu
lan's k vkSj ladrs fpUg çnf'kZr djrh gS-
lkW¶V cVu
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fiNys lwph esa okil tkus ds fy, fdlh
lwph esa bl cVu dks ,d ckj nck,¡LVSM
a ckW; eksM es]a cVu nsj rd nck,¡ j[kdj
VkWpZ vkWu djs-a esjh lwph esa tkus ds fy;s ,d
ckj nck,¡- vki Dyh;j cVu nckdj esjh
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dkWy cVu
mi;ksxdrkZ dkWy dj ;k çkIr dj ldrk gS-
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LØhu ij vkus okys fpUg
Qksu dk ikoj pkyw gksus ij Qksu LØhu ij vusd fpUg fn[kkbZ nsrs gS-a
fpUg
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ls orZeku 'kfDr irk pyrh gSlfoZl ugha
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dWky py jgh gSs u gksuk n'kkZrk gS fd Qksu LVSMa ckW; eksM esa gS* dksbZ ladr
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cSVjh vkSj pktZj dk mi;ksx djuk
igyh ckj Qksu dk mi;ksx djus ls igys iwjh cSVjh pktZ
dj ys-a Qksu ds lkFk ,d jhpktscZ y cSVjh vkrh gS- vf/kdre
LVSM
a ckW; vkSj VWkd Vkbe çkIr djus ds fy, mi;ksx esa ugha
gksus ij Hkh cSVjh dks iwjh rjg pktZ j[ks-a
cVS jh pktZ djuk
Qksu ds lkFk fn;s x;s ,lh ,MkWIVj pktZj dk mi;ksx djus
ds fy, %
1- ,lh ,MkWIVj dks fctyh ds Iyx esa yxk,¡2- ,MkWIVj ds xksy fljs dks Qksu ds uhps fLFkr ,lh ,MkWIVj
tSd esa yxk,¡ (lqfuf'pr djsa fd cSVjh yxh gS)aS -
cVS jh yxkuk vkjS fudkyuk
cSVjh yxkus ds fy, cSVjh dks Qksu ds fiNys fgLls esa
[kkyh txg esa Mkysa vkSj /khjs ls rc rd nck,¡- tc rd
fd ySp viuh txg fDyd u gks tk,¡bls fudkyus ds fy,] Qksu dk ikWoj vkWQ djsa vkSj fiNys
fgLls dks uhps dh vksj [khps]a vyx djus ds fy, ,d
gkFk ls VSc [khpsa vkSj cSVjh ds Åijh fgLls dks mBk,¡-
LykWV
xowz
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tSls & tSls Qksu pktZ gksrk gS] cSVjh dk fpUg
[kkyh (
)ls Hkjs (
)gksus rd ikoj esa
o`f) fn[kkrk gSiwjh rjg lekIr gks pqdh cSVjh dks jhpktZ djus esa yxHkx
rhu ?kaVs yxrs gS-a tc cSVjh iwjh rjg pktZ gks tkrh gS rks
pkftZx
a ladrs d >idrk gS-
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cVS jh pktZ Lrj
4) cSVjh dks u rks [kksyas vkSj u gh 'kWkVZ lfdZV djs-a
cSVjh pktZ Lrj ,ylhMh LØhu ds Åij nkbZ vksj fn[kkbZ
nsrk gS-
5) cSVjh ds /kkrq ds fljs lkQ j[ks-a
tc cSVjh pktZ Lrj de gks tkrk gS] rks de cSVjh lsl
a j
vkidks rhu çdkj ls psrkouh nsxk% lqukbZ nsus okyh ,d
vkokT+k ls] cSVjh fpUg vkmVykbZu fVefVek dj vkSj de
jhpktZ djsa çnf'kZr djds] ;fn cSVjh pktZ Lrj fcydqy de
gks tkrk gS rks Qksu vius vki can gks tk,xk vkSj py jgk
dksbZ Hkh QaD'ku lqjf{kr ugha gksxka ds fofHkUu Lrj ij vyx&vyx jax iznf'kZr gksrs
* pkftZx
gSa % uhyk@gjk@ihyk@yky
7) ;fn cSVjh dks cgqr le; ls mi;ksx ugha fd;k x;k gks
rks mldh vk;q c<+kus ds fy, mls fQj ls pktZ djs-a
cVS jh dh n[s kHkky
6) cSVjh Bhd ls dke u djs rks mls cny ns-a cnyus dh
t#jr iM+us ls igys cSVjh dks lSdM+kas ckj pktZ fd;k tk
ldrk gS-a
8) cSVjh pktZj dks lw;Z dh lh/kh jks'kuh esa ;k ckFk#e tSlh
ue txgksa ij u ysa tk,¡9) cSVjh dks xeZ ;k BaMh txg esa u NksM]a+s blls cSVjh dh
dk;Z{kerk ?kV ldrh gS10) yach LØhu ykbZV lsfVaXl] lsokvksa dh [kkst] MsVk
dusfDVfoVh] vkSj flaØukbts'ku cSVjh dh vk;q] VWkd vkSj
LVSM
a ckW; le; dks çHkkfor dj ldrs gS-a
1) ;fn vki vukf/kÑr cSVjh dk mi;ksx djrs gSa rks blls
cSVjh {kfrxzLr gks ldrh gS ;k mlesa foLQksV gks ldrk
gS-a blfy,] Ñi;k vukf/kÑr cSVfj;ksa dk mi;ksx u djs-a
2) cSVjh dks jhpktZ djus ds fy, vkidks cSVjh ds fcydqy
fupys Lrj rd igqp
¡ us dk bartkj ugha djuk pkfg;¡3) vius LG Qksu ds eWkMy ds fy, mi;qDr cSVjh vkSj pktZj
dk gh mi;ksx djs-a LG ds pktZj cSVjh dh vk;q c<+krsa gS-aS
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ewyHkwr QaD'ku
Qkus dks cna vkjS pkyw djuk
dkW y djuk
tc Hkh vki dWky djs]a rks bu pj.kksa dk ikyu djsa %
Qkus pkyw djuk
1) pktZ fd;k gqvk cSVjh iSd yxk,¡ ;k Qksu dks ckgjh ikoj
lzkrs ls tksM-as+
tSls fd flxjsV ykbZVj pktZj] dkj fdV ;k
2)
AC
,MkWIVj-
cVu dks 2 lsd
a M rd nck,¡ tc rd fd ,ylhMh
LØhu pkyw u gks tk,¡-
1) lqfuf'pr djsa fd Qksu pkyw gS] ;fn ugha gS rks
dks 2 lsd
a M rd nck,¡ j[ks-a
nck,¡2) Qksu uacj fy[ksa vkSj
• ;fn Qksu yWkd gS] rks yWkd dksM Mkys-a (ns[ksa ist ua- 58)3) dWky lekIr djus ds fy,
ukVs
ukVs
nck,¡-
;fn vki lfoZl ,fj;k esa ugha gS]a rks LØhu ij
nsrk gS] lfoZl ,fj;k ds ckgj ls oWkbl dWky djus ij] ^^dWky iwjk
d® Li’kZ u djs-a
ugha gks ik;k ga-S Ñi;k fQj ls ç;kl djs^a ^] LØhu ij vkrk gS]a
bldk vFkZ ;g gS fd vki lfoZl ,fj;k esa ugh gS-a
Qkus cna djuk
1) cVu
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fn[kkbZ
fdlh Hkh vU; lapkj midj.k dh rjg] Q®u ds pkyw g®us ij ,aVhuk
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dkW y ÁkIr djuk
,Va huk ds ckjs eas
1) tc Qksu dh ?kaVh cts ;k daiu gks (;fn daiu eksM pkyw
gS)] rks mRrj nsus ds fy, (
ds vykok) ;k dWky
lsfVaXl ds vk/kkj ij
cVu nck,¡-
vkids Qksu esa fcYV&bu ,aVhuk
gS- fdlh Hkh jsfM;ksa lapkj
midj.k dh rjg gh tc Qksu
pkyw gks rks ,aVhuk dks vuko';d
Li'kZ uk djs-a ,aVhuk dks Li'kZ
djus ls dkWy dh xq.koRrk
çHkkfor gksrh gS vkSj blls Qksu
dks vko';drk ls vf/kd ikoj ij dke djuk iM+ ldrk gSdkWy ds nkSjku ,aVhuk uk Nqus ls vkids Qksu ds ,aVhuk dh
dk;Z {kerk o VkWd Vkbe esa c<+krs jh gksrh gS- Qksu dks fdlh
vU; Qksu dh rjg gh idMs-+a
• dWky
çkIr djrs le; tc vki
dks ,d ckj
nckrs gS]a rks eksM ds vuqlkj ?kaVh ;k daiu can gks tkrk
gS- laidZ rksMu+ as ds fy,
dks nksckjk nck,¡-
2) mRrj fn, x, dWky dks lekIr djus ds fy,]
nck,¡3) ;fn vki dkWy izkIr djus dh fLFkfr esa ugha gSa rks ]lkW¶V
cVu 2 nckdj vki dkWy djus okys dks ,d lan's k Hkst
ldrs gS-a lsfVaXl esa fn;s ^^vLohd`r dkWy dks SMS fy[ks^a ^
QaD'ku ls lan's k fy[kk tk ldrk gS-
ld
a rs dh 'kfDr
;fn vki fdlh bekjr ds vanj gSa rks f[kM+dh ds ikl jgus
ij vkidks csgrj fjlsI'ku fey ldrk gS- vki vius Qksu ds
çn'kZu LØhu ij ladrs d (
) ls ladr
s dh 'kfDr ns[k
ldrs gS-a
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ewyHkwr QaD'ku
Rofjr lek;kt
s u
Lihdj ekM
s vkuW lek;kfs tr djuk
dia u ekM
s lek;kfs tr djuk
dWky ds nkSjku Lihdj eksM vkWu tYnh ls lfØ; ;k jn~n
djus ds fy,]
nck,¡-
fdlh lkoZtfud LFkku ij daiu eksM dk mi;ksx djs-a
aS ckW; eksM es]a lwph QaD'ku dk mi;ksx djus ds ctk;
1) LVaM
nckdj (2 lsdM
a rd) vki rqjra daiu eksM lfØ;
dj ldrs gS-a
•• daiu eksM ds lfØ; gksus ij cVu Loj dh vkokT+k ugha
vkrh gS-a
1) LVSM
a ckW; eksM es]a
eksM vkWu lfØ; djs-a
ukVs
dks 2 lsdM
a rd nckdj Lihdj
Lihdj eksM vkWu jn~n djus ds fy,]
dks 2 lsdMa rd nck,¡ j[ks-a
;fn Lihdj LVSMa ckW; eksM esa lfØ; gks] rks dkWy ds nkSjku
lek;kstu dqN Hkh gks] dkWy ds ckn Lihdj eksM tkjh jgrk gS-
ukVs
daiu eksM ls ckgj fudyus ds fy,]
dks 2 lsdMa rd nck,¡-
ejs h lp
w h puq uk
ÁkQ
s kbYl puq as
1) LVSM
a ckW; eksM es]a
2) pkj ÁksQkbYl & flQZ daiu]
Outdoor esa ls ,d pquus ds fy,
3)
1) LVSM
a ckW; eksM es]a esjh lwph pquus ds fy,]
nck,¡Silent] General]
nck,¡-
vkSj
2)
nck,¡-
ls bfPNr vkbVe pquas fQj lsfVax lwph ds vUrxZr
esjh lwph ls vko';d lwph pquus ds fy, puq as ;k
nck,¡-
;k lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡•* esjh lwph esa lkexzh tksMu+ as ds fy;s lsfVax lwph esa tkdj
tksM-as+
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cVu iM
S ykd
W
dky
W Árh{kk
;g QaD'ku lsV gksus ij Hkwy ls dksbZ uacj Mk;y gksus dk
Mj ugha jgrktc ;g QaD'ku lfØ; gksrk gS] rks dksbZ dkWy ugha fd;k tk
ldrk gS vkSj lwph ykWd gks tk,xh- cVu iSM ds ykWd gksus
ij Hkh dkWy dk mRrj fn;k tk ldrk gS-
vkidh lsY;qyj lsok dkWy Árh{kk dh lqfo/kk miyC/k djok
ldrh gS- tc dksbZ dkWy py jgk gks rks vkidks vkus okyh
nwljh dkWy dk ladrs djus okyh nks chi lqukbZ iM+ ldrh
gS-a dkWy Árh{kk ds lfØ; gksus ij] py jgs dkWy dks gksYM
ij j[kdj vki vkus okyh nwljh dkWy dks mRrj ns ldrs gS-a
bl lqfo/kk ds ckjs esa vius lsok Ánkrk ls tkudjh ys-a
QDa 'ku ds lfØ; djus ds fy, %
1) çrhf{kr dkWy çkIr djus ds fy,
1)
nck,¡-
cVu dks nks lsdM
a rd nck,¡ j[ks-a
2) dkWYl ds chp fLop djus ds fy, fQj ls
nck,¡-
QDa 'ku dks fuf"Ø; djus ds fy, %
1)
ukVs
cVu dks nks lsdM
a rd nck,¡ j[ks-a
lsfVax lwph esa cVu j{kd leFkZ ij lsV gksus ij] dkWy lekIr gksus ds
ckn cVu iSM r; le; ij Lor% ykWd gks tk;sxk-
ekuS
ekSu QaD'ku lfØ; gksus ij nwljk O;fDr vkidh vkokt ugha
lqu ldrk] ysfdu vki mldh vkokt lqu ldrs gS-a
1) dkWy ds nkSjku lkW¶V cVu 1 lwph vkSj
nck,¡-
2) ekSu jn~n djus ds fy,] lkW¶V cVu 1 lwph vkSj fQj ls
nck,¡-
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ewyHkwr QaD'ku
dkW y iuq % Mk;y djuk
10 ls 99 rd 'kh?kz Mk;y djuk
1) uohu dWkyksa esa ls vafre uacj Mk;y djus ds fy,
dks
nks ckj nck,¡• vki dkWy fooj.k esa laxg
z hr fiNys 60 (NwVh gqbZ $ çkIr
gqvk$ Mk;y fd;s gq,) dkWYl esa ls Hkh dksbZ uacj Mk;y
dj ldrs gS-a (dkWy fooj.k lwph i`"B 48&49 ns[ks)a -
igyk vad nck,¡ vkSj fQj vafre vad dk cVu nck,¡ j[ksa
;k
igyk vkSj nwljk vad nck,¡ vkSj
nck,¡-
dkW yj
'kh?kz Mk;y
;g ,d lqfo/kktud fodYi gS ftlls vki rqjra vkSj vklkuh
ls dkWy dj ldrs gS- vkidk Qksu vkidh O;fDrxr
Mk;jsDVjh ls Qksu uacj ykdj dqN le; ds fy, mls
fn[kkrk gS vkSj fQj mls Mk;y djrk gS- lcls T;knk Mk;y
fd, tkus okys uacjksa ds ,d Li'kZ Mk;y ds fy, vki eseksjh
LFkku 1 ls 9 dk mi;ksx dj ldrs gS-a
1) eseksjh LFkku 1 ls 9 Mkys-a
2)
20
nck,¡-
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dkWyj ID ls vkids Qksu dh ?kaVh ctus ij dkWy djus okys
O;fDr dk uacj fn[kkbZ nsrk gS- ;fn dkWy djus okys dk uke
vkSj uacj vkidh Qksu cqd esa igys ls ntZ gS rks uacj ds
lkFk uke Hkh fn[kkbZ nsrk gSvkidks vius lsok çnkrk ls irk dj ysuk pkfg, fd os ;g
lqfo/kk çnku djrs gSa ;k ugha-
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tkudkjh fy[kuk vkSj laikfnr djuk
T9
'kCn buiVq ekM
s ls fy[kus dh tkudkjh
vki T9 'kCn buiqV ls cSuj] VkbZe eSut
s j] 'kCn lan's k]
eYVhehfM;k lan's k] bZ&esy vkSj Qksu cqd laikfnr dj ldrs gS-a
T9 'kCn fy[kus dk ,d vklku rjhdk gS] bl buiqV i)fr
esa vkidks ÁR;sd v{kj ds fy, cVu dks flQ+Z ,d ckj nckuk
iM+rk gS-a
(LFkku)
% 'kCn iwjk djus ;k LFkku lfEefyr djus ds
fy, nck,¡-
(Dyh;j)
% ,d LFkku ;k v{kj feVkus ds fy, nck,¡]
iqjs 'kCnksa dks feVkus ds fy;s nck,¡ j[ks-
buiVq ekM
s
T9
'kCn buiqV esa 'kCn] uacj] fo'ks"k v{kj vkSj fojke fpUg
fy[kus ds fy, 7 eksMl
~ miyC/k gS-a
cVukas ds dk;Z
lkW ¶V cVu 2 % eksM pquus ds fy;s nck,¡-
T9En (T9)
& vki lWk¶V cVu 2 ls fuEu eksMl
~ pqu ldrs gSa %
T9En] Abc] 123] fpUg] LekbZyhl] T9fgUnh] fgUnh& f'k¶V cVu
djs-a
ekM
s
ÁR;sd v{kj ds fy, ,d ckj cVu nckdj 'kCn fy[ks-a
iwofZ u;r eksM T9 gS-a
% v{kj dsl cnyus ds fy, mi;ksx
Abc (eYVh
&
('kCn
fy[ks)a % T9 eksM es]a 'kCn fy[kusa ds fy,
Áfr v{kj ij ,d ckj cVu nck,¡-
&
(uacj
fy[ks)a % 123 (uacj) eksM es]a uacj fy[kus
ds fy, ,d ckj cVu nck,¡-
(vxyk)
% T9En@Abc@T9fgUnh@fgUnh eksM es]a vU;
esy [kkrs 'kCn Ánf'kZr djus ds fy, nck,¡-
T9
& Vis ) ekM
s
MsVkcsl esa 'kCn tksMu+ s ds fy,
Abc
eksM dk mi;ksx djs-a
123 (uca j) ekM
s
ÁR;sd uacj ds fy, ,d ckj cVu nckdj uacj fy[ks-a
fdlh 'kCn Áfof"V QhYM esa 123 eksM esa cnyus ds fy,] 123
eksM ds Ánf'kZr gksus rd lWk¶V cVu 2 nck,¡-
(fojke
fpUg) % T9En@Abc eksM es]a fdlh 'kCn esa
fojke fpUg lfEefyr djus vkSj okD; iwjk djus ds
fy, nck,¡-
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tkudkjh fy[kuk vkSj laikfnr djuk
fpUg@Lekby
Z hl ekM
s
fo'ks"k v{kj] fpUg ;k LekbZyhl lfEefyr djs-a vki fdlh Hkh
fo'ks"k v{kj dk mi;ksx dj ldrs gS]a ml txg dlZj vk
tkus ij tgk¡ vki fo'ks"k v{kj pkgrs gS]a fpUg @LekbZyhl
eksM esa tk,¡- ;fn vki LekbZyh tksMu+ k pkgrs gS]a rks LekbZyhl
eksM esa tk,¡-a bfPNr v{kj ns[kus ds fy, usfoxs'ku cVu
nck,¡ % v{kj pquus ds fy,] fu/kkZfjr uacj cVu nck,¡T9
fgUnh
(T9)
ekM
s
T9
'kCn buiVq mi;kx
s ds mnkgj.k
s eas fy[kuk
T9 ekM
tc vki T9 eksM dk mi;ksx djuk pkgs]a rks tk¡p ysa fd
T9En uhps nkbZa vksj fn[kkbZ ns jgk gS-a bfPNr 'kCn fy[kus
ds fy, ÁR;sd v{kj ds fy, ÁR;sd cVu dks ,d ckj nck,¡-a
mnkgj.k ds fy, ‘Call the Office’ bl rjg fy[ksa %
1- v{kj dsl dks
nck,¡-
T9En
eksM esa cnyus ds fy, lWk¶V cVu 2
T9
fgUnh 'kCndks'k QaD’ku dh lgk;rk ls ÁR;sd o.kZ ds fy,
,d ckj cVu nckdj fgUnh 'kCn fy[ks-a
2-
nck,¡-
3- 'kCn iwjk djus vkSj ,d LFkku tksMu+ s ds fy,
nck,¡-
fgUnh (eYVh&ViS ) ekM
s
4fgUnh Hkk"kk esa 'kCn tksMu+ s ds fy, bl eksM dk mi;ksx djs-a
nck,¡Ikkz jfa Hkd cMk+
(T9En/Abc)
flQZ igyk v{kj cM+k gksrk gScMk+ v{kj ykW d
(T9EN/ABC)
lHkh v{kj cMs+ gks tkrs gS-a
NkVs k dl
s
(T9en/abc)
lHkh v{kj NksVs gksrs gS-a
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cny tkrs gS]a blfy, iwjk 'kCn fy[kus rd LØhu ij D;k
gks jgk gS]a bl ij vkidks T;knk /;ku nsus dh vko';drk
ugha gS-a
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vxyk cVu dk mi;kx
s
s kcl
s eas 'kCn tkM
s u+ k
T9 MV
,d 'kCn fy[kus ds ckn] ;fn lgh 'kCn fn[kkbZ ugha nsrk gS]
rks vfrfjDr fodYi ns[kus ds fy,]
nck,¡mnkgj.k ds fy,] fuEu pj.kksa dk ikyu djs%a
;fn dksbZ 'kCn T9 MsVkcsl esa ugha gS rks bls Abc (eYVh &
VSi) eksM 'kCn Áfof"V ls fjdWkMZ esa tksM-s+ tc vki T9 eksM
esa ykSVx
as s rc T9 MsVkcsl esa og 'kCn vius vki tqM+ tk,xkmnkgj.k ds fy,] bu pj.kksa dk ikyu djsa %
1-
nck,¡-
2- Án'kZu %
3-
1- v{kj dsl dks Abc (eYVh & VSi) eksM esa cnyus ds fy,
lWk¶V cVu 2 nck,¡-
Good-
nck,¡2-
4- Án'kZu %
nck,¡-
Home , Gone, Hood…..
3- Án'kZu %
4- lkW¶V cVu 2 nckdj buiqV eksM dks T9 eksM esa cnysa
vkSj
cVu nck,¡- vc Lmt 'kCn T9 MsVkcsl esa tqM+
tk,xk-
q mi;kx
s ds mnkgj.k
Abc (eYVh&ViS ) 'kCn buiV
S )
Abc (eYVh&Vi
ekM
s eas fy[kuk
mnkgj.k ds fy,]
djsa %
“LG”
1- v{kj dsl dks
nck,¡-
Abc
Lmt-
fy[kus ds fy,] bu pj.kksa dk ikyu
5- ekStnw k 'kCn feVkus ds fy,
6-
eksM esa cnyus ds fy, lWk¶V cVu 2
7- Án'kZu %
nck,¡Lmt-
8- nwljs esy ds 'kCn ns[kus ds fy;s
2-
Abc
cM+k v{kj yWkd eksM dks cnyus ds fy,
nck,¡-
34- Án'kZu %
nck,¡-
nck,¡-
cVu
nck,¡LG.
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tkudkjh fy[kuk vkSj laikfnr djuk
cSx
a uh jax okys v{kj dsoy eYVh VSi eksM esa miyC/k gS-
fgUnh eas fy[kus ds fy;s cVu efS ix
a
fgUnh eas 13 Loj] 44 O;atu vkSj 15 ek=k,¡ gksrh gScVukas dh efS ix
a bl Ádkj gS %
Key
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Unshifted and Shifted Characters
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fgUnh ekM
s eas lia knu ds fy,
ckbV dk forj.k%
lWk¶V cVu 2 dks rc rd nckrs jgs]a tc rd lWk¶V lwph
fgUnh eksM esa u cny tk,¡-
lan's kksa esa % fgUnh esa ÁR;sd v{kj 3 ckbV~l ysrk gS]a tcfd
^{k*] ^=*] ^K* esa 9 ckbV~l gksrs gS-a
vU; lHkh ekWM;~ Yw l esa % fgUnh esa ÁR;sd v{kjs ds fy, 1 ckbV
gksrk gS] tcfd ^{k*] ^=*] ^K* ds fy, 3 ckbV~l gksrs gS-a
fgUnh ekM
s lia knu
fgUnh ,d cgq & VSi eksM gSmnkgj.k ds fy,] ^^ffgUnh** fy[kus ds fy,%
1-
2 ckj nck,¡-
2-
8 ckj nck,¡-
3-
5 ckj nck,¡-
4-
4 ckj nck,¡-
5-
3 ckj nck,¡-
6-
3 ckj nck,¡-
iow fZ u;kfs tr ’kCn dk lia knu
fgUnh ds fy; T9 'kCn buiVq mi;kx
s ds mnkgj.k
mnkgj.k ds fy, ^HHkkjrh;^ bl rjg fy[ksa %
1- v{kj dsl dks
T9
2-
fgUnh eksM esa pquas
dHkh&dHkh T9 pquko lwph iwofZ u;ksftr ’kCn n’kkZrk gSiwofZ u;ksftr ’kCn ls rkRi;Z gS fd T9 bls vkids Mkysa x;s
v{kjksa dks ns[krs gq;s vkidh t#jr dk ’kCn le>rk gSiwofZ u;ksftr ’kCn T9 vkSj Abc nksuks eksM esa uhps js[kkafdr
dj n’kkZ;s tkrs gS-a
;fn Ánf’kZr fd;k x;k iwofZ u;ksftr ’kCn vkidh t#jr
dk ugha gS] rks vxyk cVu nckdj nwljsa iwofZ u;ksftr ’kCn
ns[ksa tk ldrs gS-a
bfPNr ’kCn Ánf’kZr gksus ij
nckdj ’kCn vkSj ,d
txg tksMas+ vkSj nwljk ’kCn fy[kuk ’kq# djs-a
vxj vkidk bfPNr iwofZ u;ksftr ’kCn pquko lwph esa ugha
gS] rks vkiuk ’kCn iw.kZ djus ds fy;s v{kj fy[krs jgs-a T9
iwofZ u;ksftr ’kCn Lor% gV tk;sxk-
nck,¡-
3- 'kCn iwjk djus vkSj ,d LFkku tksMu+ s ds fy,
nck,¡-
4- Án'kZu % Hkkjrh;RD6330
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Qksu cqd
Qkus cd
q dh lfq o/kk,¡
vius Qksu cqd esa vki vklku ig¡p
q ds fy, lcls T;knk
Mk;y fd, tkus okys 2000 (uacj ;k bZ&esy ;k eseks)
Áfof"V;¡k lqjf{kr dj ldrs gS-a
O;fDrxr Qkus cd
q ees kjs h
Qksu esa 2000 O;fDrxr Qksu cqd Áfof"V;¡k lqjf{kr j[kus ds
fy, txg gS tgk¡ vki 32 vadks okys 4 Qksu uacj vkSj bZ&esy
vkSj eseks j[k ldrs gS-a
vkidh O;fDrxr Qkus cd
q eas uca j ljq f{kr djuk
w h nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
uke pqu-as
3-
uke tkM
s as+ pqu-as
4- Qksu uacj Mkys-a
56-
9-
ls ?kj @vkWfQl@eksckby@vU; pquus ds ckn]
uacj cVu ls Qksu uacj ntZ djs-a
10- 'kh?kz Mk;y fu/kkZfjr djus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2 fu/kkfZ jr
nck,¡- 1 nck,¡ ;k
cVu ls 'kh?kz Mk;y pqu-as uacj
cVu nckdj 'kh?kz Mk;y Mkysa ;k
ls dksbZ bfPNr
'kh?kz Mk;y pqu-as
nck,¡ ;k lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi
nckdj fu/kkfZ jr pqu-as ;fn vkius fdlh igys ls lqjf{kr
'kh?kz Mk;y dks pquk gS] rks cnyas fn[kkbZ nsrk gS-a
11- okW;l Mk;y fu/kkZfjr djus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2
fu/kkfZ jr nck,¡- 2 nck,¡ ;k
cVu ls okW;l Mk;y
pqu-as Qksu }kjk iqNs tkus ij] bartkj djsa vkSj chi ds ckn
og uke cksys ftls vki izkx
s kz e djuk pkgrs gS-a Qksu }kjk
iqNs tkus ij iqf"V ds fy;s uke iqu% cksy-as
12- bZ&esy irk fy[kus ds ckn]
nck,¡ ;k lkW¶V cVu
1 fodYi nckdj ljq f{kr pqu-as MkseUs l pquas vkSj bZ&esy
irk fy[ks-a
ls yscy foaMks pqu-as
ls viuk bfPNr yscy Ádkj tSls ?kj] vkWfQl]
eksckby] vU; pqu-as
13- lkW¶V cVu 2 lVs nckdj fp= pquusa ds ckn] fp= lsV
djus ds fy;s
;k lkW¶V cVu 1 n[s kas nck,¡14- fp= pquusa ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
7- lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡8- Qksu uacj ds fy, uke ntZ djsa (16 v{kjksa rd) lkW¶V
cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡
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lVs fodYi pqu-as
nckdj
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16- lVs pquusa ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1 ds }kjk vki çQqYy
fjax dk izdkj ns[k ldrsa gS-a lkW¶V cVu 1] n[s kas ls
çQqYy fjax ns[ks-a çQqYy fjax çQqYy fjax ns[kus ds ckn]
dh lgk;rk ls bfPNr çQqYy fjax pqu-sa
uke ls Qksu uacj [kkstus ds fy;s-
17-
2- Qksu cqd esa lqjf{kr uke v{kj ds Ádkj] cM+as ;k NksVs ds
Øe esa fn[kkbZ nsx
a -as
18-
nckdj dksbZ xziq ugha pquus ds ckn]
/
ls bfPNr xziq pqu-as
;k
ls eseks pquus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 2 lia knu nck,¡eseks fy[kus ds ckn lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-
19-
nckdj fjax Loj pquus ds ckn]
ls bfPNr fjax Loj pqu-as
/
20-
s as nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 2 [kkt
bfPNr Qksu uacj ns[kus ds fy,]
dk mi;ksx djds
bfPNr Qksu uacj rd tkdj lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡
vkSj n[s kas pqu-as
;k
nckdj lan's k lpsrd Loj pquus ds ckn]
/
ls bfPNr lpsrd Loj pqu-as
;k lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-
21-
uke [kkt
s sa
xiqz [kkt
s sa
uca j [kkt
s as
;k
Qksu cqd esa vkids }kjk laxgz hr Qksu uacj [kkstus ds fy,s as nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 2 [kkt
2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj uacj [kkstas pqu-as
3- Án'kZu LØhu ij vkidks uacj Mkyus dh lwpuk Ánf'kZr
gksxh-
xziq ls dksbZ Qksu uacj [kkstus ds fy,s as nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 2 [kkt
ukVs
s as ls uacj [kkstas Ánf'kZr fd;k tkrk gS] rks
tc lkW¶V cVu 2 [kkt
nckdj fodYiksa ds lkFk uacj [kkstsa Ánf'kZr fd;k tk
s as pqu-as
2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj xiqz [kkt
3-
ldrk gS-a
ls xziq pqu-as
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Qksu cqd
Qkus cd
q eas lx
a gz hr tkudkjh cnyuk
ukVs
Qksu cqd esa esjk laidZ Hkstas pqudj] mi;ksxdrkZ laidZ tkudkjh
(uke]
4 Qksu uacj] bZ&esy vkbZMh vkSj eseks) Hkst ldrk gS- lan's k
s as nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 2 [kkt
dh yackbZ vaxt
sz h ds fy, 160 v{kjksa rd vkSj fganh ds fy, 140
2- vki [kkst fLVªx
a fy[kdj de le; esa Qksu cqd esa lqjf{kr
Qksu uacj ns[k ldrs gS-a
v{kjksa rd lhfer gS- 160@140 ls vf/kd v{kj _.kkRed fn[kk,¡
tkrs gS]a mi;ksxdrkZ ,sls lan's k ugha Hkst ldrk- ,sls es]a
mi;ksxdrkZ v{kj feVkdj lan's k Hkst ldrk gS-a 160@46 ls T;knk
;fn vki
dk mi;ksx djds bfPNr uke rd tkrs
gSa vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nckrs gSa vkSj ns[ksa pqurs gSa
rks vki Qksu cqd lwph ns[k ldrs gS-a
vius Qkus cd
q ls dky
W djuk
Áfof"V feVkus ;k laikfnr djus ds fy,] lkW¶V cVu 1
fodYi nck,¡-
vki 'kh?kz Mk;y dk mi;ksx djds ;k Qksu uacj fy[kdj
nckdj fdlh Hkh eseksjh LFkku ls dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
v{kj gksus ij lan's k ,y ,e ,l ls Hksts tk;sx-as
dk mi;ksx djds MsVk LØkWy djus ds ckn laiknu
pqu-as
LØhu ij fuEu fodYikas ds lkFk ,d milp
w h fn[kkbZ nx
s h%
lia knu
ml eseksjh LFkku ij tkudkjh laikfnr
djrk gS-a
s as
ejs k lia dZ Hkt
ml eseksjh LFkku esa laxgz hr tkudkjh tSls
?kj] vkWfQl] eksckby vkfn Hkstrk gS-
vkjf{kr dky
W
vki dkWy djus dk le; vkjf{kr dj
ldrsa gS-a
feVk,¡
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ml eseksjh LFkku esa ekStnw lkjh tkudkjh
feVkrk gS-a
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,d Li'kZ 'kh?kz Mk;fyx
a % bl lqfo/kk ls vki lcls T;knk
dkWy fd, tkus okys 9 uacj vius 'kh?kz Mk;y eseksjh LFkku
(1 ls 9) esa laxg
z hr dj ldrs gS-a
G
LFkku 1 ls 9 ds fy,] vki Mk;y fd, tkus okys eseksjh
LFkku ls lacfa /kr cVu dks nck,¡ j[krs gq, ,d Li'kZ
Mk;y dj ldrs gS-a
G
lacfa /kr cVu dks nck,¡] vkSj fQj
G
fuf"Ø; eksM esa
dusDV djs-a vki
ldrs gS-a
;k
nck,¡-
cVu nck dj okW;l Mk;y
okW;l dekaM ds }kjk dkWy dj
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nks Li'kZ 'kh?kz Mk;fyx
a % bl lqfo/kk ls vki nks uacj nckdj
ls 99 LFkkuksa ds fy,) 'kh?kz Mk;y dj ldrs gS-a
(10
1- igyk uacj nck,¡2- nwljs uacj okyk cVu nck,¡ j[ks-a
;k
1- igyk vkSj nwljk uacj nck,¡] vkSj fQj
ukVs
nck,¡-
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lkFk lqjf{kr vkSj Mk;y dj ldrs gS-a vkids Qksu esa 2
Ádkj ds ikWt+ miyC/k gS-a
gkMZ ikWt+ (P) vxys lsV dk uacj Hkstus ds fy;s
cVu nck,¡ le; ikWt+ (T) vxys lsV dk uacj 2 lsdM
a ckn Lor%
Mk;y gks tkrk gSukVs
'kh?kz Mk;y djus ds fy,] igys vkidks Qksu cqd ls ,d uacj 'kh?kz
vki Qksu uacj esa efYViy ikWt+ Mky ldrs gSa
vkSj gkMZ ikWt+ ,oa le; ikt+ nksuks dks
lEefyr dj ldrs gS-a
Mk;y LFkku ds fy, fu/kkZfjr djuk gksxk-
ikTW k+ ds lkFk Qkus uca j Mk;y vkjS ljq f{kr djus ds fy;s
ees kjs h lp
w h ls Mk;y djuk
1- Qksu uacj Mkys-a
1- [kkstas pqu]as bfPNr eseksjh LFkku ij tkus ds fy, LØWky
cVu nck,¡2-
nck,¡-
2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nckdj gkMZ ikWt+ ;k le; ikWt+
pquas vkSj
nck,¡- (gkMZ ikWt+ ds fy;s “P” vkSj
le; ikWt+ ds fy;s “T” Ánf’kZr gksrk gS-)
3- nwljk uacj Mkys-a
fdlh ees kjs h LFkku ls Mk;y djuk
4- uacj Mk;y djus ds fy;s
G
dksbZ eseksjh LFkku ns[krs le;] dkWy djus ds fy,
nck,¡-
ikTW k+ ds lkFk Qkus uca j Mk;y vkjS ljq f{kr djuk
vki Lopkfyr flLVe] tSls fd okWbl esy ;k ØsfMV dkMZ
fcfyax uacj ij dkWy djus ds fy;s Qksu uacj ikWt+ ds
nck,¡-
;k
uacj dks laidZ lwph esa lEefyr djus ds fy;s]
lqjf{kr dks gkWbykbV djsa vkSj vksds cVu nck,¡ukVs
tc gkMZ ikt+ ds lkFk uacj Mk;y fd;k tkrk gS rks]
vxys lsV dk uacj Mk;y djus ds fy;s vksds nck,¡RD6330
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
lp
w h rd igp
¡q us vkjS lfs VXa l ds lkekU; fn'kkfun'Zs k
w h nck,¡- Án'kZu LØhu ij 9 lwph vkbVe
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
fn[kkbZ nsx-as
2- lwph lqfo/kkvksa dh lwph ns[kus ds fy,
nck,¡-
3- tks lwph vkbVe vki pquuk pkgrs gS]a mlls lacfa /kr uacj
nck,¡- rc LØhu ij milwph fn[kkbZ nsxh-
1- uke
O;fDrxr Qkus cd
q ees kjs h
Qksu esa 2000 O;fDrxr Qksu cqd Áfof"V;¡k lqjf{kr j[kus ds
fy, txg gS tgk¡ vki 4 Qksu uacj vkSj bZ&esy vkSj eseks
j[k ldrs gS-a izR;sd Qksu uacj esa 32 uacj vkSj bZ&esy ds
fy;s 40 vkSj eseks ds fy;s 32 v{kj gks ldrs gS-a
4- bfPNr milwph rd igqp
¡ us ds fy, mi;qDr cVu nck,¡5-
dk mi;ksx djds ilanhnk lsfVaXl pqu-as lwph rd
igqp
¡ rs ;k lsfVaXl pqurs le; ,d Lrj ihNs tkus ds fy,
nck,¡-
6- lsfVaXl lqjf{kr djus ds fy,
fd, jn~n djus ds fy,
ukVs
nck,¡ ;k fcuk lqjf{kr
nck,¡-
cVu] lkW¶V cVu 1 ds ^pqu*as fodYi ls lacfa /kr gksus dh
1-1 uke tkM
s as+
vki Qksu uacj] eksckby uacj bR;kfn dh 2000 rd Áfof"V;¡k
lqjf{kr dj ldrs gS-a
w h nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
uke pqu-as
3-
uke tkM
s as+ pqu-as
puq *as dk dke djrk gS-a
fLFkfr esa lkW¶V cVu 1 ^p
4- Qksu uacj Mkys-a
cVu] lkW¶V cVu 1 ds ikWivi lwph ls lacfa /kr gksus dh
5-
ls yscy foaMks pqu-as
fLFkfr esa lkW¶V cVu 1 ^ffodYi* dk dke djrk gS-
6-
ls viuk bfPNr yscy Ádkj tSls ?kj] vkWfQl]
eksckby] vU; pqu-as
7- lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
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8- Qksu uacj ds fy, uke ntZ djsa (16 v{kjksa rd) lkW¶V
cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡
15- çQqYy fjax pquusa ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 2 ;k
lVs fodYi pqu-as
9-
16- lVs pquusa ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1 ds }kjk vki çQqYy
fjax dk izdkj ns[k ldrsa gS-a lkW¶V cVu 1] n[s kas ls
çQqYy fjax ns[ks-a çQqYy fjax çQqYy fjax ns[kus ds ckn]
dh lgk;rk ls bfPNr çQqYy fjax pqu-sa
ls ?kj @vkWfQl@eksckby@vU; pquus ds ckn]
uacj cVu ls Qksu uacj ntZ djs-a
10- 'kh?kz Mk;y fu/kkZfjr djus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2 fu/kkfZ jr
nck,¡- 1 nck,¡ ;k
cVu ls 'kh?kz Mk;y pqu-as uacj
cVu nckdj 'kh?kz Mk;y Mkysa ;k
ls dksbZ bfPNr
'kh?kz Mk;y pqu-as
nck,¡ ;k lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi
nckdj fu/kkfZ jr pqu-as ;fn vkius fdlh igys ls lqjf{kr
'kh?kz Mk;y dks pquk gS] rks cnyas fn[kkbZ nsrk gS-a
11- okW;l Mk;y fu/kkZfjr djus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2
fu/kkfZ jr nck,¡- 2 nck,¡ ;k
cVu ls okW;l Mk;y
pqu-as Qksu }kjk iqNs tkus ij] bartkj djsa vkSj chi ds ckn
og uke cksys ftls vki izkx
s kz e djuk pkgrs gS-a Qksu }kjk
iqNs tkus ij iqf"V ds fy;s uke iqu% cksy-as
12- bZ&esy irk fy[kus ds ckn]
nck,¡ ;k lkW¶V cVu
1 fodYi nckdj ljq f{kr pqu-as MkseUs l pquas vkSj bZ&esy
irk fy[ks-a
17-
nckdj
nckdj dksbZ xziq ugha pquus ds ckn]
ls bfPNr xziq pqu-as
;k
/
18-
ls eseks pquus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 2 lia knu nck,¡eseks fy[kus ds ckn lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-
19/
nckdj fjax Loj pquus ds ckn]
ls bfPNr fjax Loj pqu-as
;k
20-
nckdj lan's k lpsrd Loj pquus ds ckn]
/
ls bfPNr lpsrd Loj pqu-as
21-
;k lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-
;k
13- lkW¶V cVu 2 lVs nckdj fp= pquusa ds ckn] fp= lsV
djus ds fy;s
;k lkW¶V cVu 1 n[s kas nck,¡14- fp= pquusa ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
1-2 [kkt
s sa
1-3 xIqz l
Qksu cqd esa lqjf{kr Qksu uacj [kkstus ds fy;s-
;g QaD'ku xziq dk uke cnyus vkSj xziq ds fy, fjax Loj
lsV djus ds fy, gS-
w h nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
uke pqu-as
w h nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
3-
[kkt
s as pqu-as
2-
4- Qksu cqd esa lqjf{kr uke v{kj ds Ádkj] cM+as ;k NksVs ds
Øe esa fn[kkbZ nsx
a -as
bfPNr Qksu uacj ns[kus ds fy,]
dk mi;ksx djds
bfPNr Qksu uacj rd tkdj lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡
vkSj ns[ksa pqu-as
uke pqu-as
xIqz l pqu-as
34-
dk mi;ksx djds bfPNr xziq pqu-as
5- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡lnL; n[s kas % xziq esa lqjf{kr lnL;ksa ds uke ns[ks-a
fjx
a Loj lVs djas % xziq fjax Loj lsV djs-a
lna 's k Loj lVs djas % xziq lan's k Loj lsV djs-a
lkW¶V cVu 2 lia knu nck,¡ % xziq dk uke laikfnr djs-a
ukVs
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'kh"kZd ^dksbZ xziq ugha* cnyk ugha tk ldrk-
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1-4 'kh?kz Mk;y
'kh?kz Mk;y ls vki dsoy ,d lacfa /kr vad nckdj 'kh?kzrk
ls dWky dj ldrs gS-a
w h nck,¡1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
uke pqu-as
3-
'kh?kz Mk;y pqu-as
4- jftLVj djus ds fy,] lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi dk mi;ksx
djsa vkSj bfPNr tkudkjh [kkstus ds fy, fu/kkZfjr pqu]as
fQj lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj fu/kkfZ jr pqu-as
ukVs
feVkus ds fy,] lkW¶V cVu 2 feVk,¡ nck,¡ vkSj gk¡ pqu-as lkW¶V
cVu 1 pquas nck,¡lHkh laxgz hr 'kh?kz Mk;y feVkus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi
nck,¡ vkSj lHkh feVk,¡ pqu-as fdlh fo’ks"k LFkku ds fy, fu/kkZfjr
vad cnyus ds fy, cnyas pqu-as
'kh?kz Mk;y 01 ls 99 rd gS-
1-5 lgk;rk
vki bl lwph ds ckjsa esa vf/kd tkudkjh ÁkIr dj ldrs gS-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
2- lna 's k
ikoj pkyw djrs gh 'kCn lan's k] ist] bZ&esy vkSj okWbl
esyckWDl miyC/k gks tkrs gS-a vki mijksDr Ádkj ds lan's kksa
rd lan's k cVu
dk mi;ksx djds igqp
¡ ldrs gS-a
blds vykok] vki lan's k ns[krs le;
nckdj ml
uacj ij dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
Qksu esa 31 lan's k (,d okWbl lan's k % 30 'kCn lan's k) laxgz hr
gks ldrs gSa ftlesa ÁR;sd lan's k esa 160 v{kj gks ldrs gS-a
fgUnh esa ÁR;sd v{kj dks rhu o.kZ ekuk tkrk gSa (gkyk¡fd] {k]
=] K esa ls ÁR;sd dk 9 o.kZ dk ekuk tkrk gS-a ) blfy,]
fgUnh ds fdlh ,l,e,l lan's k esa dsoy 46 v{kj rd gks
ldrs gS-a
mi;ksxdrkZ lan's k i<+ vkSj laikfnr dj ldrsa gS]a Hkstus ds
nkSjku vkmVckWDl esa lqjf{kr dj ldrk gS vkSj fQj mUgsa Hkst
ldrs gS-a
gkyk¡fd vkidks ;g ns[kuk pkfg, fd vkidk lsok Ánkrk
mijksDr lqfo/kk,¡ Ánku djrk gS ;k ughavkids Qksu esa 120 ,l ,e ,l lan's k buckWDl (30)]
vkmVckWDl (15 Hksts gq,@15 ugha Hksts gq,)] laxgz (30)]
Mªk¶V~l (30)] vkSj 30 VsEIysVl
~ (10 iwofZ u;r@20 vfrfjDr)
laxfz gr fd;s tk ldrs gS-a
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v{kj lhek % LG-RD6330 Hkstus vkSj ÁkIr gksus okys Áfr lan's k
vaxt
zs h esa 160 vkSj fgUnh esa 140 v{kj rd ysrk gS-a Áfr lan's k
miyC/k ckbV~l dh lhek Hkh gks ldrh gS-a bZ&esy esa 20 v{kjksa
rd dk fo"k; vkSj 140 v{kjksa rd dk lan's k fy[kk tk ldrk
gS- ,y ,e ,l esa vaxt
z h ds 462 v{kjksa rd ds lan's k Hksts
tk ldrs gS-a Ñi;k flLVe {kerkvksa ds fy, vius lsok Ánkrk
ls laidZ djs-a
Z )
MMS (eeYVhehfM;k lna 's k lfol
Qksu ds MMS buckWDl esa 5 MMS @15 vf/klwpuk]
s s x;@
s 4 ugha Hkt
s s x;s vkSj Mªk¶V~l esa 5
vkmVckWDl esa 4 Hkt
eYVhehfM;k lan's k lqjf{kr gks ldrsa gS-a rst vkSj vklku
rjhds ls lan's k fy[kus ds fy;s 11 rS;kj@4 fy[ksa tk ldus
okys VsEIysVl
~ miyC/k gS-a
LG-RD6330 MMS esa vaxt
sz h ds 1000 v{kjksa rd@fgUnh esa 330
v{kjksa rd ds lan's k fy[ksa tk ldrs gS-a izR;sd lan's k esa 100
Kbytes lkbt rd ds ,d fp= vkSj ,d /ofu tksM+ ldrsa
gS-a lan's kks esa laxfz gr tkudkjh Qksu ds eksM vkSj lfoZl ij
fuHkZj djrh gS-a vki lan's kksa ds izdkj ij
cVu nckdj
igqp
¡ ldrsa gS-a
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2-1 fy[kas
3-
,y,e,l (ykWx
a eSlt
s lfoZl) ls vki ,d ckj esa 462 v{kjksa
rd dk dksbZ lan's k Hkst ldrs gS-a ,y,e,l lan's k Hkstus ls
igys] cuus okys ,l,e,l iSdVs l
~ dh dqy la[;k
mi;ksxdrkZ dks crkdj mlls Hkstus dh iqf"V dj yh tkrh
gS- vaxt
zs h ds vf/kdre 3 iSdVs vkSj fgUnh lan's k ds vf/kdre
4 iSdVs Hksts tk ldrs gS-a ÁR;sd ,y,e,l iSdVs ,d ,dy
lan's k ds #i esa ÁkIr fd;k tkrk gS- ÁR;sd ,y,e,l lan's k]
lan's k esa iSdVs ksa ds Øe dh la[;k n'kkZrk gS] tSls 3 iSdVs
gksus ij] <1/3>, <2/3>, <3/3>.
4- Hkstas pqudj Hkstk tkus
cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡s as
G Hkt
s l
~
G VEs IyV
q f{kr
G lj
s as+
G gLrk{kj tkM
2-1-1 'kCn fy[kas
'kCn lan's k vkSj ist lan's k lHkh miyC/k gS-a
'kCn lan's k % 'kCn Hkstrk gSist lan's k % fcuk 'kCn lan's k ds dsoy uacj Hkstrk gS-a
s as esa Hkt
s as nck,¡lan's k Hkstus ds fy, Hkt
dksbZ lan's k Hkstus ds fy, dks Hkstas LØhu esa xarO; eksckby
uacj fy[ks-a
blesa pkj oSdfYid lwfp;k¡ Hkst]as VsEIysVl
~ ] lqjf{kr vkSj
gLrk{kj tksMas+ gksrh gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
;k
'kCn fy[kas pqu-as
okyk lan's k fy[kus ds ckn] lkW¶V
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
dksbZ uewus dk lan's k pqu-as
Mªk¶V~l lan's k eas lqjf{kr djs-a
vki gLrk{kj tksM+ ldrs gS-a
5- xarO; Qksu uacj fy[kus ds ckn]
nckdj vxys
ÁkIrdrkZ dk irk fy[ks]a vki 10 ÁkIrdrkZ rd tksM+ ldrs
gS-a lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡s as
G Hkt
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
G vfa re
fdlh uohu Hksts x;s uacjksa esa ls
pqu-as
G SMS xIqz l
,l,e,l xziq pqu-as
G uke
dksbZ Qksu cqd Áfof"V pqu-as
6- ;fn vki Hkstas pqurs gS]a rks ;g vkidks lwfpr djsxk fd
D;k lan's k lQyrkiwod
Z Hkst fn;k x;k gSs as
G Hkt
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
G ÁkFkfedrk
vki lan's k dks ÁkFkfedrk ns ldrs
gS-a lkekU; ;k vfr vko';d-
nck,¡-
fy[kas pqu-as
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
G
Hkt
s fn;k x;k
G
foyfa cr
G
o/S krk
G
36
Hkt
s s x, ljq f{kr
RD6330
Hksts x, lan's k ds nwljs i{k ds Qksu
ij ÁkIr gksrs le; bl QaD'ku ls
vki irk dj ldrs gSa fd vkidk
lan's k nwljs i{k dks lQyrkiwod
Z
Hkst fn;k x;k gS ;k ugha-;fn vki
QaD'ku lfØ; djuk pkgrs gS]a rks
vkWu lsV djs-a
vkidks lsV dh xbZ le; lhek
rd lan's k Hkstuk foyafcr djus dh
lqfo/kk nsrk gS- rqjra ] 30 feuV ds
ckn] 1 ?kaVs ds ckn] 2 ?kaVs ds ckn]
12 ?kaVs ds ckn] 1 fnu ds ckn vkSj
2 fnu ds ckndqN le; rd xarO; irs dks
lan's k u Hksts tkus ij laf{kIr lan's k
dsUnz (SMC) ij lan's k Hkstus dh
oS/krk fn[kkrk gS] ;s lan's k lsV dh
xbZ le; lhek esa feVk fn, tk,¡x-as
oS/krk le; lhek,¡ fuEu Ádkj gS%a
iwofZ u;r] 30 feuV] 1 ?kaV]s 2 ?kaV]s
12 ?kaV]s 1 fnu vkSj 2 fnuvki ;g lan's k vkmVckWDl esa
lqjf{kr dj ldrs gS-a
2-1-2 b&
Z ey
s fy[kas
bZ&esy ls lan's k Hkstas
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
23-
;k
nck,¡-
fy[kas pqu-as
b&
Z ey
s fy[kas pqu-as
;gk¡ Hkst]as vafre] bZ&esy xzIq l vkSj uke dh pkj oSdfYid
lwfp;k¡ gS-a
s as
G Hkt
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
G vfa re
vHkh Hkstk gqvk bZ&esy lan's k pqu-as
Z ey
s xIzq l
G b&
dksbZ bZ&esy lewg pqu-as
G uke
Qksu cqd Áfof"V pqu-as
4- lan's k Hkstus ds fy, bZ&esy irk fy[kus ds ckn]
nckdj vxys ÁkIrdrkZ dk irk ntZ djs-a vki 10
ÁkIrdrkZ tksM+ ldrs gS-a lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡s as
G Hkt
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
s us
G Mke
dksbZ Mkseus pqu-as
5- fo"k; fy[kus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1 vxyk nck,¡-
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6- lan's k fy[kus ds ckn] Hkstas pqudj lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi
nck,¡s as
G Hkt
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
s l
~
G VEs IyV
dksbZ uewus dk lan's k pqu-as
q f{kr
G lj
lan's k Mªk¶V~l esa lqjf{kr djs-a
G ÁkFkfedrk
vki lan's k dks ÁkFkfedrk ns ldrs
gS- lkekU; ;k vfr vko';ds fn;k x;k
Hksts x, lan's k nwljs i{k ds Qksu
G Hkt
ij Ákr gksrs le; bl QaD'ku ls
vki irk dj ldrs gSa fd vkidk
lan's k nwljs i{k dks lQyrkiwod
Z
Hkst fn;k ;k gS ;k ugha- ;fn vki
;g QaD'ku lfØ; djuk pkgrs gS]a
rks vkWu lsV djs-a
vkidks Áksxkz EM le; lhek rd
G foyfa cr
lan's k Hkstuk foyafcr djus dh
lqfo/kk nsrk gS- rqjra @30 feuV ds
ckn @ 1 ?kaVs ds ckn@ 2 ?kaVs ds
ckn @ 12 ?kaVs ds ckn @1 fnu
ds ckn @ 2 fnu ds ckn-
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G
o/S krk
G
Hkt
s s x, ljq f{kr
G
gLrk{kj tkM
s as+
dqN le; rd xarO; irs dks
lan's k u Hksts tkus ij laf{kIr lan's k
dsUnz (SMC) ij lan's k Hkstus dh
oS/krk fn[kkrk gS] ;s lan's k lsV dh
xbZ le; lhek esa feVk fn, tk,¡x-s
oS/krk le; lhek,¡ fuEu Ádkj gS:a
iwofZ u;r] 30 feuV] 1 ?kaV]s 2 ?kaV]s
12 ?kaV]s 1 fnu vkSj 2 fnuvki ;g lan's k vkmVckWDl esa
lqjf{kr dj ldrs gS-a
vki gLrk{kj tksM+ ldrs gS-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
G
2-1-3 eYVhehfM;k lna 's k fy[kas
& vki vius lan's k ds lkFk fp= vkSj /ofu 'kkfey dj
ldrs gS-a
& bZ&
z esy ID vkSj Qksu uacj ij Hkst-as
& ÁR;sd lan's k esa 1000 rd v{kj] ,d fp= vkSj ,d
/ofu liksVZ djrk gSlp
w h
blesa 8 oSdfYid lwfp;k¡ Hkst]as fp= 'kkfey djs]a /ofu 'kkfey
djs]a VsEIysVl
~ ] iwoZ n'kZu] lqjf{kr] fp= gVk;sa vkSj /ofu can
djsa gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
2-
fy[kas pqu-as
3-
eYVhehfM;k lna 's k fy[kas pqu-as
nck,¡-
4- Hkstas pqudj Hkstk tkus okyk lan's k fy[kus ds ckn] lkW¶V
cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡s as
G Hkt
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
G fp= 'kkfey djas
eYVhehfM;k lan's k laiknu ds fy;s
fp= 'kkfey djs-a
G /ofu 'kkfey djas eYVhehfM;k lan'
s k laiknu ds fy;s
/ofu 'kkfey djs-a
s l
~
G VEs IyV
dksbZ uewus dk lan's k pqu-as
w Z n'kuZ
G io
rS;kj fd;k eYVhehfM;k lan's k ns[ksa
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G
ljq f{kr
fp= gVk;as
G
/ofu cna djas
;gk¡ vafre] uke] uacj]
lwfp;k¡ gS-a
G vfa re
G uke
aj
G uc
G MMS xIqz l
lan's k Mªk¶V~l esa lqjf{kr djs-a
rS;kj fd;k eYVhehfM;k lan's k ls
fp= feVk,¡
rS;kj fd;k eYVhehfM;k lan's k ls
/ofu feVk,¡
vkSj
MMS
xzIq l dh pkj oSdfYid
vHkh Hkstk gqvk uacj pqu-as
Qksu cqd Áfof"V esa ls pquas
Qksu cqd uacj Áfof"V esa ls pquas
dksbZ MMS xzIq l pqu-as
5- lan's k Hkstus ds fy, Qksu uacj ;k bZ&esy irk fy[kus ds
ckn]
nckdj vxys ÁkIrdrkZ dk irk ntZ djs-a vki
10 ÁkIrdrkZ tksM+ ldrs gS-a lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡s Us l
dksbZ Mkseus pqu-as
G Mke
s as
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
G Hkt
s as x;s ljq f{kr djas vki lan's k lqjf{kr djuk pkgrsa gSa
G Hkt
;k ugha dk fodYi pquas
6- vxj vki Hkstas pqurs gSa rks] vkidks lqpuk nh tk;sxh fd
lan's k nwljs i{k dks lQyrkiwod
Z Hkst fn;k ;k gS ;k ugha-
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2-2 buckDW l
ÁkIr 'kCn lan's k] ist] bZ&esy lan's k] Hkst fn;k x;k] lwfp;k¡
[kksth tk ldrh gSa vkSj lkexzh ns[kh tk ldrh gS- ÁkIr
lan's k] vfr vko';d lan's k] vifBr lan's k vkSj i<s+ gq, lan's kksa
esa Nk¡Vs tk ldrs gS-a blesa 30 lan's k lqjf{kr fd, tk ldrs
gS-a
MMS buckWDl esa vf/kdre 5 MMS vkSj 15 vf/klwpuk
lan's k lqjf{kr fd, tk ldrs gS-a
ÁkIr lan's kksa dh lwph ns[kus ds fy,
2-2-1
SMS
buckDW l
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
nck,¡-
buckDW l pqu-as
23G
SMS buckDW l pqu-as
lan's k ugha i<+s gq,@i<+s ds Øe esa lqjf{kr fd, tkrs
gS-a mnkgj.k ds fy,] ;fn dksbZ u;k lan's k i<+ fy;k
tkrk gS rks ;g i<+s lan's kksa esa pyk tkrk gS-a
: ugha i<+s gq, ,l,e,l
: ugha i<s+ gq, bZ&esy
: i<s+ gq, ,l,e,l
4-
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn
: i<+s gq, bZ&esy
;k lkW¶V cVu
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1 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj ns[ksa pqu-as
n[s kas
vki pquk gqvk lan's k i<+ ldrs gS-a
G feVk,¡
SMS buckWDl ls p;fur lan's k gVk,¡G
5- lan's k ns[kus ds ckn lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi ;k lkW¶V cVu
2 tokc nck,¡G tokc
bl QaD'ku ls vki bl lan's k dk
mRrj ns ldrs gS-a
G feVk,¡
SMS buckWDl ls p;fur lan's k
feVkrk gSW oMZ
G Qkj
fdlh ÁkIr lan's k dks nwljksa dks
QkWjoMZ djrk gS- ÁkIrdrkZ fy[ksa
tkus ds ckn lan's k QkWjoMZ fd,
tk ldrs gS-a
a gz eas Hkt
s as
G lx
p;fur lan's k dks SMS buckWDl
ls laxgz esa ys tkrk gSq f{kr
G irk lj
Ás"kd ds uacj ;k bZ&esy irs ;k
ÁkIr lan's k esa 'kkfey vU; uacjksa
dks vkidh Qksu cqd esa lqjf{kr
djrk gS- tc ÁkIr uacj tkudkjh
Ánf'kZr dh tkrh gS] rks
mi;ksxdrkZ Qksu cqd esa lacfa /kr
uacj lwph esa uacj laxgz hr dj
ldrk gS-a
W
G vkjf{kr dky
vkjf{kr dkWy lsV djs-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
G
mÙkj vkjS dkW ih
G
VEs iyVs eas tkM
s as+
2-2-2
MMS
vki mRrj esa ÁkIr lan’s k ds lkFk
viuk tokc tksM+ ldrs gS-a
vki izkIr lan's k dks VsEIysV ls
tksM+ dj lqjf{kr dj ldrsa gS-a
buckDW l
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
2-
buckDW l pqu-as
3-
MMS buckDW l pqu-as
4-
nck,¡-
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn
;k lkW¶V cVu
1 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj ns[ksa puq -as
s kas
G n[
vki pquk gqvk lan's k i<+ ldrs gS-a
G feVk,¡
MMS buckWDl ls p;fur lan's k gVk,¡;k lkW¶V cVu 2 duDs V ;k tokc pqu-as
s V vki pquk gq;s lan's k dks dusDV dj ldrs gS-a
G duD
G tokc
bl QaD'ku ls vki bl lan's k dk mRrj ns
ldrs gS-a
5- lan's k ns[kus ds ckn MkmuyksM djus ds fy;s lkW¶V cVu
1 duDs V nck,¡-
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2-3 1234 lfol
Z l
s
,l,e,l ds }kjk miyC/k lfoZl tSls U;wt] tksDl]
Hkfo";Qy vkfn Hkh fjyk;al ds lHkh miHkksDrkvksa dks miyC/k
gS- 1234 lfoZll
s ij lan's k Hkst dj vki dbZ fo"k;ksa ij
vkd"kZd tkudkjh çkIr dj ldrs gS-a blds fy;s miHkksDrk
dks iwofZ u;r QkesVZ esa 1234 ij lan's k Hkstuk gksrk gSw h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
nck,¡-
1234 lfol
Z l
s pqu-as
23- dlZj dks bfPNr vkbVe ij ys tk,a ftls vki ns[kuk
pkgrs gS] vkSj lkW¶V cVu
1 vksds nck,¡- vki bu 11 fodYiksa esa ls puq as ldrs gS (1lekpkj 2- fdzdVs 3- vkt dk tksd 4- vkt dk fopkj
5- izfr;ksfxrk 6- C;wVh fVIl 7- LoLF; 8- Hkfo";Qy 9fcy dh tkudkjh 0- vufcy dh tkudkjh *- lgk;rk)
vki bfPNr vkbVe ls lacf/kr cVu nckdj Hkh fodYi
pqu ldrs gS-a
mnkgj.k
mnkgj.k ds fy;s] vki Qksu esa fuEufyf[kr çdkj ls “sports
çkIr dj ldrs gSa %
1- lwph $ 2(lan's k) $ 3(1234 lfoZll
s ) $ 1(lekpkj) $
6(NEWS SPORTS) nck,¡2- çn'kZu % Hkst jgk-- dks%1234
news”
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2-4 vkmVckDW l
SMS vkmVckWDl esa Hksts gq, 15 vkSj ugha Hksts gq, 15 lan's k
rd laxgz hr fd;s tk ldrs gS-a MMS vkmVckWDl esa 4 Hksts
x, vkSj 4 ugha Hksts x, lan's k lqjf{kr dj ldrs gS-a
mi;ksxdrkZ bl lwph esa Hksts gq, ;k ugha Hksts gq, lan's kksa dh
lwph vkSj lkexzh ns[k ldrs gS-a vkmVckWDl esa dksbZ lan's k
lqjf{kr djus ds fy, ^lan's k lsfVaXl* esa ^Hksts x, lqjf{kr*
p;fur gksuk pkfg,-
2-4-1
SMS
vkmVckDW l
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
vkmVckDW l pqu-as
3-
SMS
4-
Hkt
s s g,q ;k
5-
;k
nck,¡-
vkmVckDW l pqu-as
ugha Hkt
s s g,q pqu-as
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1
fodYi nck,¡ vkSj ns[ks@
a feVk,¡ pqu-as lkW¶V cVu 2 QkWjoMZ
;k iqu% Hkstas nck,¡s kas
G n[
gky esa lqjf{kr fd;k x;k lan's k fn[kkrk
gS- ns[ksa lwph esa nks milwfp;k¡ feVk,¡ vkSj
QkWjoMZ gksrh gS-a
G feVk,¡
vkmVckWDl esa p;fur lan's k feVk,¡W oMZ
G Qkj
vki izkIr lan's k la'kksf/kr dj ldrs gS-a
G
2-4-2
iuq % Hkt
s as
MMS
fQj fy[ksa izfØ;k dk vuqlj.k djsa (i`"B
35 ns[ks-a )
lan's k iqu% Hkstus ds fy, mi;ksx djs-a
vkmVckDW l
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
vkmVckDW l pqu-as
3-
MMS
4-
Hkt
s s g,q ;k
5-
;k
nck,¡-
vkmVckDW l pqu-as
ugha Hkt
s s g,q pqu-as
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1
fodYi nck,¡ vkSj ns[ks@
a feVk,¡ pqu-as lkW¶V cVu 2 QkWjoMZ
;k iqu% Hkstas nck,¡s kas
G n[
gky esa lqjf{kr fd;k x;k lan's k fn[kkrk
gS- ns[ksa lwph esa nks milwfp;k¡ feVk,¡ vkSj
QkWjoMZ gksrh gS-a
G feVk,¡
vkmVckWDl esa p;fur lan's k feVk,¡W oMZ
G Qkj
vki izkIr lan's k la'kksf/kr dj ldrs gS-a
fQj fy[ksa izfØ;k dk vuqlj.k djsa (i`"B
35 ns[ks-a )
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
2-5 okbW l ey
s
2-6 lx
a gz
blls vki okWbl esy ckWDl esa fjdkWMZ fd;k x;k u;k okWbl
lan's k ns[k ldrs gS-a tc vki laxgz lhek ls ckgj fudy
tkrs gS]a rks iqjkus lan's k vf/kys[ku dj fn, tkrs gS-a vkids
Qksu esa dksbZ u;k okWbl lan's k vkus ij vkidks lwpuk nh
tk,xh-
izkIr SMS lan's kksa esa ls vkidh ilan ds 30 lan's kksa dks laxgz
esa laxgz hr dj ldrs gS-a MMS lan's kksa dks laxgz esa laxgz hr
ugha dj ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
3G
tkudkjh feVkus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2 feVk,¡ pqu-as
lquus ds fy;s lkW¶V cVu 1 luq as nck,¡;fn fdlh dkWy dk tokc nsrs le; dksbZ u;k lan's k vkrk
gS] rks iz"s kd dk uacj LØhu ij fn[kk;k tk,xk-
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nck,¡-
nck,¡-
okbW l ey
s pqu-as
2-
;k
lxa gz pqu-as
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1
fodYi nck,¡ vkSj ns[ks@
a feVk,¡ pqu-as lkW¶V cVu 2 QkjW oMZ
nck,¡s kas
G n[
rhu eq[; lwfp;k¡ gksrh gSa feVk,¡] tokc vkSj
uacj lqjf{krG feVk,¡
p;fur lan's k feVkrk gSW oMZ vki izkIr lan's k dks la'kksf/kr dj ldrs gS-a
G Qkj
fQj fy[ksa izfØ;k dk vuqlj.k djsa (i`"B 35
ns[ks)a -
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2-7 Mkª ¶Vl
~
4-
'kCn lan's k Mªk¶V~l esa lqjf{kr gks tkrk gS- Mªk¶V~l esa 30 lan's k
lqjf{kr fd, tk ldrs gSa vkSj 5 MMS Mªk¶V~l esa lqjf{kr
fd, tk ldrs gS-a dksbZ lan's k fy[krs le; dksbZ dkWy vkus
ij lan's k vius vki lqjf{kr gks tkrk gS-a dksbZ lan's k fy[kus
ds nkSjku
nckus ij lan's k vius vki Mªk¶V~l esa lqjf{kr
gks tkrk gS-a
2-7-1
SMS
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ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1 n[s kas
;k lkW¶V cVu 2 feVk,¡ nck,¡s kas
G n[
vki p;fur lan's k ns[k ldrs gS-a
G feVk,¡
p;fur lan's k feVkrk gS-a
2-8 VEs IyVs l
~
2-8-1
Mkª ¶Vl
~
SMS
VEs IyVs l
~
2-
Mkª ¶Vl
~ pqu-as
VsEIysVl
~ esa 10 iwofZ u/kkZfjr okD;ka'k 'kkfey gS-a vki 20 vkSj
VsEIysVl
~ tksM+ ldrs gS-a dqy 30 VsEIysVl
~ lqjf{kr fd, tk
ldrs gS-a
3-
~ pqu-as
SMS Mkª ¶Vl
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
4-
;k
nck,¡-
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn] lkW¶V cVu 1 n[s kas
;k lkW¶V cVu 2 feVk,¡ nck,¡s kas
G n[
vki p;fur lan's k ns[k ldrs gS-a
G feVk,¡
p;fur lan's k feVkrk gS-a
2-7-2
MMS
Mkª ¶Vl
~
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
Mkª ¶Vl
~ pqu-as
3-
MMS
;k
nck,¡-
2-
VEs IyVs l
~ pqu-as
3-
s l
~ pqu-as
SMS VEs IyV
4-
;k
nck,¡-
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn
;k lkW¶V cVu
1 n[s kas nck,¡- fQj fy[ksa izfØ;k dk vuqlj.k djsa (i`"B 35
ns[ks)a VsEIysVl
~ lwph esa u, VsEIysVl
~ lan's k tksMu+ s ds fy, lkW¶V
s as+ nck,¡cVu 2 tkM
Mkª ¶Vl
~ pqu-as
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
2-8-2
MMS
VEs IyVs l
~
4-
VsEIysVl
~ esa 11 iwofZ u/kkZfjr okD;ka'k 'kkfey gS-a vki 4 vkSj
VsEIysVl
~ tksM+ ldrs gS-a dqy 15 VsEIysVl
~ lqjf{kr fd, tk
ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
nck,¡-
VEs IyVs l
~ pqu-as
2-
s l
~ pqu-as
MMS VEs IyV
34-
;k
ls bfPNr lan's k pquus ds ckn
;k lkW¶V cVu
1 n[s kas nck,¡- fQj fy[ksa izfØ;k dk vuqlj.k djsa (i`"B 35
ns[ks)a VsEIysVl
~ lwph esa u, VsEIysVl
~ lan's k tksMu+ s ds fy, lkW¶V
s as+ nck,¡cVu 2 tkM
ls bfPNr xzIq l pquus ds ckn ;k lkW¶V cVu 1
fodYi nck,¡s kas
G n[
pqus x;s xziq dh lnL; lwph ns[k
ldrs gS- vki u;s lnL; Hkh tksM+
ldrsa gS-a
G uke cnyas
xziq dk uke cnys-a
qz feVk,¡
G xi
pqus x;s xziq ls lnL; gVk,¡G lHkh feVk,¡
lHkh 5 xziq ksa ls lnL; gVk,¡-
ukVs
bZ&esy xziq esa laidZ izfof"V jftLVj djus ds fy,] bZ&esy irs dks
laidZ izfof"V esa lqjf{kr djuk vko';d gS-
ukVs
^ns[ks*a dh xziq lnL; lwph eas fodYi pquuk]
G
Hkt
s as
lan's k xqIz l esa 5 SMS@bZ&esy@MMS lewg gksrs gSa ,oa gj
lewg esa vf/kdre 10 lnL; gks ldrs gS-a
lewg pquus vkSj buiqV izn'kZu dks ewo djus ds ckn] pqus x,
xziq lnL; ds Qksu uacj ij ,d lan's k Hkst-as
G
LkHkh dks Hkt
s as
G
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
G
Cknyas
lnL; fudkyas
xiqz feVk,¡
2-9 lna 's k xzqIl
;k
nck,¡-
G
lna 's k xIqz l pqu-as
2-
SMS
3-
xIzq l pqu-as
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xIqz l]
b&
Z ey
s xIzq l ;k
MMS
lan's k buiqV LØhu esa ys tkrk gSa
vkSj pquas x, xziq lnL; dks lan's k
Hkstrk gS-a
lan's k buiqV LØhu esa ys tkrk gS
vkSj pquas x, xziq dks lan's k Hkstrk
gSpquas x, xziq lnL; dks cnys-a
pquas x, xziq lnL; gVk,¡pquas x, xziq ls lHkh lnL; gVk,¡-
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2-0-1-5 lHkh lna 's k
vki buckWDl] vkmVckWDl vkSj Mªk¶V~l vkbVEl esa lqjf{kr
lHkh lan's k feVk ldrs gS-a
2-0 Lka n's k feVk,¡
2-0-1
SMS
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Lka n's k feVk,¡
tc vki lan's k lwph LØhu ls
]
lan's k feVk,¡
pqu dj 'kCn lan's k] ist lan's k vkSj bZ&esy feVk ldrs gS-a
2-0-2
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
tc vki lan's k lwph LØhu ls
]
lan's k feVk,¡
pqu dj 'kCn lan's k] ist lan's k vkSj bZ&esy feVk ldrs gS-a
;k
nck,¡-
MMS
Lka n's k feVk,¡
2-
lna 's k feVk,¡ pqu-as
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
3-
SMS
2-
lna 's k feVk,¡ pqu-as
2-0-1-1 buckDW l
3-
MMS
blls vki i<s]+a lHkh vkSj Hkst fn;k x;k lan's k feVk ldrs
gS-a
2-0-2-1 buckDW l
blls vki i<s]+a lHkh vkSj Hkst fn;k x;k lan's k feVk ldrs
gS-a
lna 's k feVk,¡ pqu-as
;k
nck,¡-
lna 's k feVk,¡ pqu-as
2-0-1-2 vkmVckDW l
vki Hksts gq,] ugha Hksts gq, vkSj lHkh lan's k feVk ldrs gS-a
2-0-2-2 vkmVckDW l
vki Hksts gq,] ugha Hksts gq, vkSj lHkh lan's k feVk ldrs gS-a
2-0-1-3 lx
a gz
2-0-2-3 Mkª ¶Vl
~
blls vki laxgz esa lqjf{kr lHkh lan's k feVk ldrs gS-a
blls vki laxgz esa lqjf{kr lHkh lan's k feVk ldrs gS-a
2-0-1-4 Mkª ¶Vl
~
blls vki Mªk¶V~l esa lqjf{kr lHkh lan's k feVk ldrs gS-a
2-0-2-4 lHkh MMS
vki buckWDl] vkmVckWDl vkSj Mªk¶V~l vkbVEl esa lqjf{kr
lHkh lan's k feVk ldrs gS-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
2-* Lka n's k lfs VXa l
2-*-1-4 o/S krk le;
'kCn@bZ&esy lan's k lsfVaXl] eYVhehfM;k lan's k lsfVaXl]
lkekU; vkSj Hksth x;h la[;k dkWfUQxj fd, tk ldrs gS-a
(SMC)
2-*-1 'kCn@b&
Z ey
s lna 's k lfs VXa l
s s x, ljq f{kr
2-*-1-5 Hkt
u, lan's k izkIr djus ds fy, izkFkfedrk] Hkst fn;k x;k]
foyafcr Msfyojh] oS/krk le;] Hksts x, lqjf{kr vkSj laxgz
ykWd dkWfUQxj fd, tk ldrs gS-a
;fn ;g lqfo/kk pkyw gksrh gS] rks Hkstrs le; lan's k vius
vki vkmVckWDl esa lqjf{kr gks tkrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
nck,¡-
dqN le; rd xarO; irs ij u Hksts tkus ij laf{kIr dsUnz
ij lan's k iz"s k.k dh oS/krk crkrk gS-a
2-*-1-6 lx
a gz ykd
W
laxgz esa tkus ds fy, viuk ykWd dksM ntZ djs-a
2-
Lka n's k lfs VXa l pqu-as
3-
'kCn@b&
Z ey
s lna 's k lfs VXa l pqu-as
W
2-*-1-7 Lor% LØky
lwph 2 lsdM
a ds varjky ij Lor% LØkWy djrh gS-a
2-*-1-1 ikz Fkfedrk
lan's k Hkstrs le;] lkekU; ;k vfr vko';d pqu-as
2-*-2 eYVhehfM;k lna 's k lfs VXa l
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
nck,¡-
s fn;k x;k
2-*-1-2 Hkt
2-
Lka n's k lfs VXa l pqu-as
3-
eYVhehfM;k lna 's k lfs VXa l pqu-as
vki vius lan's k ds lkFk ikorh tksM+ ldrs gS-a
2-*-1-3 foyfa cr Mfs yojh
blls vki lsV dh xbZ le; lhek rd lan's k dk iz"s k.k
foyafcr dj ldrs gS-a
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s fn;k x;k
2-*-2-1 Hkt
vki vius lan's k ds lkFk ikorh tksM+ ldrs gS-a
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2-*-2-2 Hkt
s s
MMS ljq f{kr
4/24/06
10:28 AM
djas
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2-# lgk;rk
;fn ;g lqfo/kk pkyw gksrh gS] rks Hkstrs le; lan's k vius
vki vkmVckWDl esa lqjf{kr gks tkrs gS-a
2-*-2-3
MMS
MMS
Lopkfyr izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
vki bl lwph ds ckjs esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
Lor% ikz Ir
2-*-3 lkekU; lfs Vx
a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
Lka n's k lfs VXa l pqu-as
3-
lkekU; lfs Vx
a pqu-as
;k
nck,¡-
2-*-3-1 buckDW l Lor% feVk,¡
;fn ;g lqfo/kk pkyw gksrh gS] rks buckWDl iwjk Hkj tkus ij
iqjkus Lakns'k Lor% feV tkrs gS-a
2-*-3-2 gLrk{kj
;fn ;g lqfo/kk pkyw gS] rks Lakns'k fy[kuk 'kq# djrs gh
gLrk{kj Lor% tqM+ tkrs gS-a
2-*-4 Hkt
s h xbZ l[a ;k
vki Hksts x;s 'kCn Lakns'k] bZ&esy vkSj
ldrs gS-a
MMS
dh la[;k ns[k
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
3- dky
W fooj.k
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
blesa vki uohuer 60 Qksu dkWYl ns[k ldrs gS-a tc vki
(dqy) 60 uacjksa dh laxg
z lhek ikj dj tkrs gS]a rks lcls
iqjkuk dkWy fooj.k vf/kys[ku dj fn;k tkrk gS- ;s dkWYl
pkj izdkjksa esa foHkkftr gS-a
2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡- LØhu ij ns[ks@
a uacj
laiknu@lqjf{kr@vkjf{kr dkWy@feVk,¡ fn[kkbZa nsrs gS-a
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2 lna 's k nck,¡-
ukVs
•
•
vki nks rjg ls dkWy fooj.k ns[k ldrs gS-a
• fuf"Ø; eksM esa
cVu nckdj] ftlesa NwVh gqb]Z izkIr
gqvk vkSj Mk;y fd;s gq, lfgr gky ds 60 rd dkWy fn[kk,
tkrs gS-a
• dkWy fooj.k lwph es]a tgk¡ NwVh gqb]Z Mk;y fd;s gq, vkSj izkIr
gqvk ds rgr 60 uacj lwphc) gksrs gS-a
• dkWy eseks esa vf/kdre 20 uacj lqjf{kr fd, tk ldrs gS-a
dky
W fooj.k ls dkbs Z dky
W djuk
1- dkWy fooj.k lwph ls NwVh gqb]Z izkIr gqvk] Mk;y fd;s gq,
;k dkWy eseks esa pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
3- vki
]
nck,¡-
nckdj dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
3-2 ikz Ir gv
q k
vki lHkh izkIr gqbZ dkWYl dh lwph ns[k ldrs gS-a
blesa vf/kdre 60 (NwVh gqbZ $ Mk;y fd;s gq, $ izkIr gqvk)
uacj vk ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡- LØhu ij ns[ks@
a uacj
laiknu@lqjf{kr@vkjf{kr dkWy@feVk,¡ fn[kkbZa nsrs gS-a
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2 lna 's k nck,¡3- vki
nckdj dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
2- bfPNr izfof"V pqu dj laidZ tksMu+ s ds fy,
nckdj dkWy djs-a
3-3 Mk;y fd;s g,q
3-1 NVw h gbq Z
vki lHkh NwVh gqbZ dkWYl dh lwph ns[k ldrs gS-a
blesa vf/kdre 60 (NwVh gqbZ $ Mk;y fd;s gq, $ izkIr gqvk)
uacj vk ldrs gS-a
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vki lHkh Mk;y fd, gq, dkWYl dh lwph ns[k ldrs gS-a
blesa vf/kdre 60 (NwVh gqbZ $ Mk;y fd;s gq, $ izkIr gqvk)
uacj vk ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
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2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡- LØhu ij ns[ks@
a uacj
laiknu@lqjf{kr@vkjf{kr dkWy@feVk,¡ fn[kkbZa nsrs gS-a
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2 lna 's k nck,¡3- vki
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3-5-2 lHkh Mk;y dky
W
;g Mk;y fd, x, lHkh dkWYl dh la[;k vkSj Mk;y dkWYl
dh dqy vof/k fn[kkrk gS-a
nckdj dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
3-5-3 lHkh dky
W
lHkh dkWy djus] Mk;y djus vkSj izkIr djus ds le; dh
x.kuk djrk gS-a
3-4 dky
W ees ks eas
ckrphr ds nkSjku vk, Qksu uacj lqjf{kr djsa vkSj blls vki
orZeku uacjksa dh lwph dkWy eseks esa ns[k ldrs gS-a
blesa vf/kdre 20 uacj vk ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡- LØhu ij ns[ks@
a uacj
laiknu@lqjf{kr@vkjf{kr dkWy@feVk,¡ fn[kkbZa nsrs gS-a
lan's k Hkstus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 2 lna 's k nck,¡-
3-5-4 dky
W vof/k iuq % lVs djas
Hksth xbZ la[;k jhlsV djus ds fy,]
lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
3-6 fooj.k feVk,¡
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
3- vki
ls gk¡ pquas vkSj
]
nck,¡-
nckdj dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
2-
ls feVk;k¡ tkus okyk vkbVe pqu-as
3- lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
3-5 dky
W vof/k
4w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
ls gk¡ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
nck,¡-
3-5-1 vfa re Mk;y dky
W
3-7 lgk;rk
blesa vafre Mk;y dh xbZ dkWy ds ckjs esa tkudkjh laxgz hr
gksxh vkSj ;g vafre Mk;y fd;k x;k uacj Hkh fn[kk,xk-
vki bl lwph ds ckjs esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
ukVs
4- ikz Q
s kbYl
LVSMa ckW; eksM es]a flQZ daiu pquus ds fy,
dks yacs
le; rd nck,¡- fiNyh izkQ
s kby esa okil tkus ds fy,
izkQ
s kbYl ls vki vius Qksu dh /ofu lsfVaXl vius okrkoj.k
ds vuqlkj dj ldrs gS-a izkQ
s kby esa vkids Qksu ds fy, fjax
izdkj] fjax Loj] fjax okWY;we] b;jihl okWY;we] cVu okWY;we
vkSj lan's k lpsrd gksrk gS- vkids orZeku okrkoj.k ds
vuqlkj izkQ
s kby pqu%as flQZ daiu] Silent] General ;k
Outdoorvki izR;sd izkQ
s kby dh lsfVaXl la'kksf/kr dj ldrs gS]a vkSj
(flQZ daiu izkQ
s kby dks NksMd
+ j) vki mudk uke cny
ldrs gS-a (flQZ daiu] gsMlsV vkSj dkjfdV izkQ
s kby dks
NksMd
+ j)-
5- lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr ;k
ikz Q
s kbYl puq as
ukVs
w h
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2vkSj
nck,¡ ;k rqjra
ls pkj izkQ
s kbYl & flQZ daiu]
esa ls dksbZ ,d pqu-as
nck,¡Silent] General
ikz Q
s kbYl dk uke cnyas
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
ls
Silent] General
nck,¡;k
Outdoor
pqu-as
3- fQj lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj rc uke cnyas pqu-as
4- izkQ
s kbYl ds fy, dksbZ uke fy[ksa (13 v{kjksa rd)nck,¡-
vki flQZ daiu] gsMlsV vkSj dkjfdV izkQ
s kbYl dk uke ugha cny
ldrs-
ikz Q
s kbYl vud
q fw yr djas
Outdoor
;k lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj fQj lVs djas
3-
dks ,d ckj fQj yacs le; rd nck,¡-
flQZ daiu dks NksMd
+ j vki dksbZ Hkh izkQ
s kby vuqdfw yr dj
ldrs gS-a
pqu-as
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
ukVs
gsMlsV ;k dkjfdV izkQ
s kby eksckbZy Qksu esa gsMlsV ;k dkjfdV
LFkkfir gksus ij vius vki lsV gks tkrh gS-a
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2- tks izkQ
s kby vki vuqdfw yr djuk pkgrs gS]a ml rd
LØkWy djsa vkSj lkW¶V cVu 2 fodYi nck,¡ vkSj fQj
lia knu pqu-as
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dk mi;ksx djs%a
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UkkVs
• tc fjax izdkj daiu] ekSu vkSj ykbV gksrk gS rks fjax okWY;we
lek;ksftr ugha fd;k tk ldrk- ^fjax izdkj cnys*a fn[kk;k tkrk
gS- orZeku izdkj dks fjax izdkj esa cnyus ds ckn] fjax okWY;we
fjax izdkj
fjax Loj
fjax Loj dh 'kSyh pquas (fjax] daiu] daiu
vkSj fjax] daiu ds ckn fjax] c<+rh gqb]Z ,d
chi] ekSu] ykbV)-
lek;ksftr djs-a
• tc gsMlsV vkSj dkjfdV izkQ
s kbYl esa lkW¶V cVu 2 lia knu
nck;k tkrk gS] rks Lor% mRrj vfrfjDr #i ls fn[kk;k tkrk gSls vkWQ] 5 lsd.M ds ckn ;k 10 lsd.M ds ckn pqu-as
vkusokyh dkWYl ds fy, 17 ,EcsMMs $
5 ÁQqYy fjax- R oYMZ vkSj MMS ls
MkmuyksM dh tk ldus okyh fjax Loj esa
ls pqu-as
• vki flQZ daiu izkQ
s kby dks vuqdfw yr ugha dj ldrs• dksbZ u;k lan's k izkIr gksus ij vkidks rhu izdkj ls lpsr fd;k
tkrk gS-a
& LØhu ij lan's k fn[kkdj-
fjax okWY;we
vius fjax Loj dk okWY;we lsV djsa
& ekSu] 1~7 Lrj
b;jihl
okWY;we
dkWy ds nkSjku okWY;we lsV djs-a
1~7 Lrj-
cVu okWY;we
vius cVu iSM Loj dk okWY;we lsV djsa (;k
mUgsa can djs)a & ekSu] 1~7 Lrj
& chi dh /ofu ;k daiu djds& LØhu ykbV ¶yS'k djds-
Lakns'k lpsrd
ÁkIr lan's kksa ds fy, Loj pquas (lpsrd izdkj]
lpsrd Loj vkSj lan's k fjekbaMj] lpsrd
okWY;we)-
•
• dkWy ds nkSjku dksbZ u;k lan's k izkIr gksus ij vkidks nks chi ls
lpsr fd;k tkrk gS-a
4-7 lgk;rk
vki bl lwph ds ckjs esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
5-4 le; vkjS frfFk
5- inz 'kuZ
vki fofHkUu xzkfQDl pqudj vius Qksu dk izn'kZu O;fDrxr
cuk ldrs gS-a
Qksu ij iznf'kZr djus ds fy, le; vkSj frfFk dk izdkj pqu
ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
5-1 Hkk"kk
2-
viuh ilan ds vuqlkj nks Hkk"kkvksa dh lqfo/kk dk mi;ksx djs-a
English ;k fgUnh esa ls pqu-as
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
]
nck,¡-
ds }kjk viuh ilan dk vkbVe pquas vkSj lkW¶V
cVu 1 puq -as
5-5 oky
W iis j
2ls English@ffgUnh lsV djsa vkSj rc lkW¶V cVu 1
puq as nck,¡-
v{kjksa dh ,d iafDr fy[ksa ftls vki iznf'kZr djuk pkgrs gS-a
vki LVSM
a ck; eksM esa LCD LØhu ij iznf'kZr LØhu lsV dj
ldrs gS-a
5-2 lfol
Z ,fj;k
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;g lwph mi;ksxdrkZ dk
gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
SDCA@dkWfyax
]
{ks= iznf'kZr djrh
nck,¡-
5-3 ?kMh+
blls vki vius eksckby Qksu ij iznf'kZr djus ds fy, ?kM+h
pqu ldrs gS-a
]
nck,¡-
5-5-1 Fkhe
vki LVSM
a ck; eksM esa LCD LØhu ij iznf'kZr LØhu lsV dj
ldrs gS-a
G
fo"k; pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡(vkWQ@iqjkuk fdyk@cQZ@eNyh@fcfYMax@esjk ehfM;k
fp= 1&5@LykbM ’kks@R oYMZ fp= 1&5)
5-5-2- ikz Q
s kby
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
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nck,¡-
2- vkWQ] NksVk ;k cM+k pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡52
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s kby okWyisij ds #i esa lqjf{kr dj yh tkrh gS-a
q as nck,¡G fn[kk,¡ ;k Nqik,¡ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 pu
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5-5-3 cuS j
5-9 LØhu ykbV
v{kjksa dh og iafDr fy[ksa ftls vki iznf'kZr djuk pkgrs gS-a
(13 v{kjksa rd)q f{kr nck,¡G cSuj dk uke Mkysa vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 lj
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
5-6 lp
w h LVkby
blls vki lwph LVkby pqu ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
]
nck,¡-
ls fpUg ;k lwph pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
5-7 jx
a lja puk
blls vki jax lajpuk pqu ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
]
nck,¡-
ls uhyk] gjk] cSxuh ;k ukjaxh pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu
1 puq as nck,¡-
5-8 y;c/n jk's kuh
izkIr gksus okyh dkWy ds fy;s y;c/n jks'kuh dh lsfVaXl pqu-as
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
2- vkWu ;k vkWQ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
LCD
vkSj cVu iSM dh LØhu ykbV dh lsfVaXl pqu-as
]
nck,¡-
2- dksbZ fodYi pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡G 1 feuV ds fy, LØhu ykbV 1 feuV rd vkWu jgrh
gS] mlds ckn 20 lsd.M ds fy, ean gks tkrh gS vkSj
fQj LØhu ykbV vkWu djus ds fy, mi;ksxdrkZ ds
}kjk dksbZ cVu nckus rd can jgrh gSs .M ds fy, LØhu ykbV 30 lsd.M rd vkWu
G 30 ld
jgrh gS] mlds ckn 20 lsd.M ds fy, ean gks tkrh
gS vkSj fQj LØhu ykbV vkWu djus ds fy,
mi;ksxdrkZ ds }kjk dksbZ cVu nckus rd can jgrh
gS-a
s .M ds fy, LØhu ykbV 10 lsd.M rd vkWu
G 20 ld
jgrh gS] mlds ckn 20 lsd.M ds fy, ean gks tkrh
gS vkSj fQj LØhu ykbV vkWu djus ds fy,
mi;ksxdrkZ ds }kjk dksbZ cVu nckus rd can jgrh
gSs .M ds fy, LØhu ykbV 10 lsd.M rd vkWu
G 10 ld
jgrh gS] mlds ckn 20 lsd.M ds fy, ean gks tkrh
gS vkSj fQj LØhu ykbV vkWu djus ds fy,
mi;ksxdrkZ ds }kjk dksbZ cVu nckus rd can jgrh
gS-
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
5-0 dkUW Vkª LV
6- lfs VXa l
usfoxs'ku cVu ls gYds ls ysdj xgjh jks'kuh dk eki mi;ksx
djrs gq, dkWUVªkLV lsfVax pqu-as
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
]
nck,¡-
ls dkWUVªkLW V lek;ksftr djs-a
3- ckn esa dkWUVªkLW V lsfVax lqjf{kr djus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu
1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-
6-1 ejs h lp
w h
blls vki esjh lwph dks vuqdfw yr dj viuh ilan dh lwph
pqu ldrs gS-a esjh lwph esa vf/kdre 10 fo"k; laxgz hr fd,
tk ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
nck,¡-
ls viuh ilan dh lwph pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as
2-
5-* lgk;rk
]
nck,¡-
vki bl lwph ds ckjsa esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
3- esjh lwph esa tksMu+ s ds fy,
s as nck,¡cVu 1 tkM
ukVs
LVSMa ckW; LØhu esa
ls lwph pquas vkSj lkW¶V
ls ilan dk fo"k; pqu]as ckn esa esjh lwph
ls bfPNr fo"k; pquus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 1 tk,¡ ;k
ukVs
LVSMa ck; LØhu esa
ls mi;ksx ls feVkus ds fy, fo"k; pqu]as
rc lkW¶V cVu 2 feVk,¡ nck,¡]
feVkus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as ;k
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ls gk¡ pqu]sa fQj esjh lwph ls
nck,¡-
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6-2 dky
W
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6-2-4 Lor% fjMk;y
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
dkWy djus dh dksf'k'k vlQy gksus ij vius vki uacj
fjMk;y djus ls igys Qksu dh izrh{kk vof/k lsV djs-a
nck,¡-
6-2-1 dky
W QkjW oMZ
G
dkWy QkWjoMZ ls vki lHkh vkus okyh dkWy] vU; uacj ;k
okWbl esy dusD'ku ij QkWjoMZ dj ldrs gS-a
G
6-2-5 okbW l ikz bol
s h
rqjUr] tc O;Lr] mRrj ugha@igqp
¡ ds ckgj] lHkh vleFkZ
6-2-2 dky
W irz h{kk
tc vki dkWy ij gksrs gSa rc vidks nks ckj chi dh vkokt
lqukbZ ns ldrh gS- tks vkidks nwljh vkus okyh dkWy dk ladrs
nsrh gS-a tc dkWy izrh{kk l{ke gks] rc vki lfØ; dkWy dks
gksYM ij j[kdj nwljh vk jgh dkWy dk mRrj ns ldrs gS-a
CDMA dkWYl ds fy, c<+h gqbZ ;k lkekU; okWbl izkboslh
lqfo/kk pqu-as CDMA esa okWbl izkboslh dh lqfo/kk gS- c<+s gq;s
okWbl izkboslh eksM dh miyC/krk ds fy, vius lsok iznkrk
ls laidZ djs-a
G
lkekU; ;k c<+k gqvk pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
6-2-6 Li"V vkokt+
G
leFkZ ;k vleFkZ ;k Qhpj dkM
s lp
a knu pquas vkSj lkW¶V
cVu 1 puq as nck,¡ukVs
dkWy QkWjoMZ vkSj dkWy izrh{kk ds ckjs esa vf/kd tkudkjh ds fy,
vius lsok iznkrk ls laidZ djs-a
6-2-3 fdlh cVu mrj
tc vkids Qksu dh ?kaVh ctrh gS]a rks vki
dksbZ Hkh cVu nckdj ckr dj ldrs gS-a
G
vkWQ @ izfr 60 lsd.M~l @ izfr 30 lsd.M~l @
izfr 10 lsd.M~l-
ds vykok
;g vkWfM;ks AGC (vkWVksxus daVkª y
s ) flLVe iz.kkyh dks
lfØ;@fuf"Ø; djrk gS-a
bl lqfo/kk ds csgrj vkokt feyrh gSa tks vkWfM;ks AGC
flLVe dks lfØ; djrs gq, Mk;ukfed jst
a vkSj Lihdj ds
fHkUu Lrjksa ij vkokt Hkstus o ikus dh rhozrk vkSj okrkoj.k
fu;af=r djrh gS-a
G
vkWu ;k vkWQ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
vkWu ;k vkWQ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
6-2-7 dky
W le;d
6-3 Qkus
tc dksbZ dkWy py jgh gks rks mlesa yxk le; iznf'kZr djus
ds fy, vki viuk Qksu lsV dj ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
G
leFkZ ;k vleFkZ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
6-2-8 dky
W lia dZ lprs d
;g QaD'ku dkWy laidZ LFkkfir gks tkus ij vkidks lpsr
djrk gS-a
G
vkWu ;k vkWQ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡SMS
fy[kas
vki dkWy vLohd`r fd;s tkus ij Hkstk tkus okyk viuk
lan's k fy[k ldrs gS-a
6-2-0 vra jkZ "Vhª ; dky
W Áfs QDl
vkid® varjZk"Vªh; dkWy izfs QDl lsV djus nsrk gSG
vUrjZk"Vªh; dkWy izfs QDl Mkyus ds ckn lkW¶V cVu 1
ljq f{kr nck,¡-
nck,¡-
6-3-1 cVu j{kd
blls vki Qksu ds cVu iSM dh lqj{kk dj ldrs gS]a rkfd
xyrh ls dksbZ uacj Mk;y u gks- tc ;g QaD'ku lfØ; gksrk
gS rks dkbZ dkWy ugha fd;k tk ldrk vkSj lwph ykWd gks
tkrh gS-a tc cVu iSM ykWd gksrk gS rks dkWy izkIr djuk
lkekU; #i ls laHko gksrk gSG
6-2-9 vLohdr` dky
W dks
]
leFkZ ;k vleFkZ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡- vxj
leFkZ pqurs gSa rks] bfPNr le; Mkys-a cVu iSM lsV fd;s
x;s le; ij Lor% ykWd gks tk;sxkrRdky leFkZ djus ds fy, %
cVu nks lsdM
a rd
nck, j[ks-a
rRdky vleFkZ djus ds fy, % izfØ; nksgjk,¡ukVs
dkWy lekIr gksus ds yxHkx 2&3 lsd.s M~l ckn cVu iSM ykWd gks
tk,xk-
6-3-2 ,;j Iyus ekM
s
6-2-* lgk;rk
vki dkWy vLohd`r fd;s tkus ij Hkstk tkus okyk viuk
lan's k fy[k ldrs gS-a
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dksbZ dkWy fd;k tk ldrk gS u izkIr fd;k tk ldrk gS
vkSj u gh vkWuykbu tkudkjh rd ig¡p
q k tk ldrk gS- vki
Qksu dh vU; lqfo/kkvksa tSls xse] vkxZukbt+j] eseks vkfn dk
mi;ksx dj ldrs gS-a ,;j Iysu eksM l{ke gksus ij] LØhu
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ij ^^,;j Iysu eksM** lan's k iznf'kZr gksrk gS-
6-3-4-2 MVs k ckM
W
G
bl lsfVaXl ls miHkksDrk VfeZuy ij ckWM jsV lsV dj ldrk
gSG MsVk ckWM lsV 19]200@115]200@230]400@USB
;g iwofZ u;r #i ls USB ij lsV gksrk gS- ;fn vki Qksu
ij ;g lsfVax cnyrs gSa rks lqfuf'pr dj ysa fd ihlh
ckWM jsV Hkh mlds vuqlkj cnyk x;k gS-
vWku ;k vkWQ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
6-3-3
NAM
Qksu dk
UkkVs
lVs djas
NAM (uacj
vlkbuesVa ekWM;~ y
w ) pqu-as
laHko gS ;g fodYi bl le; vkids usVodZ ij miyC/k u gks- lsfVax
u cnysa vkSj dsoy NAM 1 dk gh mi;ksx djs-a
6-3-4 MVs k lfs VXa l
ukVs
ok;jysl Qksu
nksuksa
6-3-4-1 MVs k bu
MsVk lsfVaXl esa vki gkbZ LihM MsVk lsokvksa tSls baVjusV
czkmt djus ;k vU; Mk;y&vi usVoÉdx QaD'ku dk
mi;ksx djus ds fy, vius Qksu dks ok;jysl ekWMes ds #i
esa mi;ksx dj ldrs gS-a ok;jysl Qksu usVodZ ij 153-6
dschih,l dh vf/kdre MsVk xfr dks liksVZ djrk gS-a vkids
dusD'ku dh xfr usVodZ dh O;Lrrk] ladrs dh 'kfDr vkSj
vifjorZuh; dkjdksa ij fuHkZj djrh gS-
PC
PC/PDA
ds lkFk Bhd rjg ls rHkh dke djsxk tc
dh lhfj;y iksVZ lsfVaXl Qksu ij lsV ckWM jsV ds leku
gksxh-
6-3-5 lfol
Z lprs d
lfoZl ds cnyus ij vkidks lwfpr djrk gSG
vkWu ;k vkWQ pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
6-3-6 o'kuZ
S/W vkSj PRL
o'kZu ns[ka-s
G
vkuW % bl lsfVax ls miHkksDrk MsVk dkWy izkIr dj ldrk
gSW
G vkQ
ukVs
Qksu dks ekWMes ds #i esa mi;ksx djus ds fy, vidks MsVk fdV
6-3-7 lgk;rk
vki bl lwph ds ckjsa esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
[kjhnuh gksxh- MsVk fdV esa mi;qDr dscy gksrh gS-a ftlesa Qksu dks
ihlh ls tksMu+ s ds fy, USB baVjQsl gksrk gS- vf/kd tkudkjh ds
fy, Ñi;k vius lsok iznkrk ls laidZ djs-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
6-4 ljq {kk
6-4-2 vkikrdkyhu uca j
6-4-1 ykd
W ekM
s
vkidk Qksu ykWd vFkok izfrcaf/kr gksus ij Hkh vki 100] 101]
102 uacjks ij dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
vkikrdkyhu uacj fy[kus ds fy,]
;g vkids Qksu dks vukf/kÑr mi;ksx ls lqjf{kr j[krk gS,d ckj Qksu ykWd gks tkus ij ;g rc rd izfrcaf/kr eksM
esa gksrk gS] tc rd ykWd dksM ugha fy[kk tkrk- blesa vki
Qksu dkWy izkIr dj ldrs gSa vkSj vkikrdkyhu dkWy Hkh dj
ldrs gS-a vkids Qksu dk iwofZ u;r ykWd dksM@ikloMZ 0000
gS- ;fn vkidks ykWd dksM cnyuk gS rks vki bls lqj{kk lsV
lwph esa ykWd dksM cnysa ls cny ldrs gS-a
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5- lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
nck,¡-
2- pkj vadksa dk ykWd dksM fy[ks-a
6-4-3 ykd
W dkM
s cnyas
3- dksbZ fodYi pquas vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
u, ykWd dksM ls vki ,d u;k pkj vadkas dk ykWd dksM
uacj fy[k ldrs gS-a
G
vkQ
W dk vFkZ gS fd Qksu vHkh rd ykWd ugha fd;k
x;k gS- ykWd gksus ij] vki vkus okyk dkWy izkIr dj
ldrs gSa ;k dsoy vkikrdkyhu dkWy dj ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
G
vHkh dk vFkZ gS fd Qksu rqjra ykWd gks tkrk gS-
3- u;k ykWd dksM fy[ksa (pkj&vad)-
G
ikoj pkyw gkus s ij dk vFkZ gS fd tc Qksu pkyw fd;k
tkrk gS] rc Qksu ykWd gks tkrk gS-a
4- n®ckjk ykWd dksM fy[ks-a
]
]
nck,¡-
2- pkj vadksa dk yWkd dksM fy[ks-a
5- iqf"V ds fy, ;g vkidks u;k ykWd dksM fQj ls fy[kus
ds fy, dgsxk-
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6-4-4 ees kjs h feVk,¡
;g Qksu cqd esa lqjf{kr lHkh tkudkfj;k¡ vkSj Qksu esa lqjf{kr
lkjk MsVk gVk nsrk gS- bldk mi;ksx djrs le; lko/kku
jgssa D;ksfa d gVkbZ xbZ tkudkjh iqu% izkIr ugha dh tk ldrhw h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
nck,¡-
2- pkj vadksa dk yWkd dksM fy[ks-a
3-
lHkh uke ;k
lHkh MVs k pqu-as
4- eseksjh [kkyh gks tkus Qksu iwofZ u;r lsfVax ij vk tk;sxk-
6-4-5 ioq fu;r iuq % lVs djas
vki dqN lwph lsfVaXl dks muds okLrfod eku ij iqu% lsV
dj ldrs gS-a tc iwofZ u;r iqu% lsV djsa pquk tkrk gS] rks
Qksu cqd dks NksM+ dj lHkh lsfVaXl jhlsV gks tkrh gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
nck,¡-
2- pkj vadksa dk ykWd dksM fy[ks-a
3-
ls gk¡ pqu-as
4- lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck,¡-
6-4-6 lgk;rk
vki bl lwph ds ckjs eas vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
dy
S M
as j eas ufs ox's ku djus ds fy, cVukas dk mi;kx
s dl
S s dj-as
7- vkx
W uZ kbtj+
dlZj ckbZ vksj ys tkrk gS-a
dlZj nkbZ vksj ys tkrk gS-a
7-1 VkbeZ euS t
s j
fiNys lIrkg esa tkrk gS-a
VkbeZ euS t
s j QDa 'ku
vxys lIrkg esa tkrk gS-a
VkbZe eSut
s j vkidh dk;Z lwph dks lqfo/kktud o vklku
igqp
¡ esa j[krk gS- vius dk;ZØe blesa laxgz hr dj nsa vkSj
vkidk Qksu vkids fu;r le; ds ckjsa esa vkidks lrdZ dj
nsxk- vki osd&vi lqfo/kk dk Hkh ykHk ys ldrs gS-a
ukVs
;fn fu;r le; ij
SMS
Hkstk tk jgk gks ;k dkWy py jgh gks]
rks Qksu ugha ctrk- bu dk;ksaZ ds [kRe gksus ij ;g vuqLekjd
nsxk-
ukVs
gSMa lsV dk le; usVodZ VkbZe lsfVaXl ls fy;k tkrk gS-a
fiNys o"kZ esa tkrk gS-a
vxys o"kZ esa tkrk gS-a
vkt dh frfFk ij ykrk gS-a
fiNys eghus esa tkrk gS-a
vxys eghus esa tkrk gS-a
bldh lgk;rk ls vki viuk dk;ZØe tksM+ ldrs gS]a feVk
ldrs gS vkSj ns[k ldrs gS-a ;fn vki le; vkSj eseks ntZ
djrs gSa rks r; le; ij vykeZ ctrk gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
2- vius cVu iSM ls]a frfFk pqu]as fQj lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi
nck,¡ vkSj ns[ks]a frfFk dks feVk,¡] lHkh feVk,¡] frfFk ij
s as+ nck,¡tk,¡ ;k vkt ij tk,¡ pquas ;k lkW¶V cVu 2 tkM
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lHkh feVk,¡ % blls mi;ksxdrkZ laxgz hr lHkh eseks feVk ldrk gS-a
7-2 Vq Mw
blesa 40 lqjf{kr fd, tk ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
s as+ nck,¡2- dksbZ u;k dk;Z fy[kus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 1 tkM
ukVs
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tkM
s as+ % blls mi;ksxdrkZ eseks tksM+ ldrk gS-a
Ekseks ds lqjf{kr gksus ij orZeku frfFk Hkh lqjf{kr gks tkrh gS-a
dksbZ eseks lqjf{kr ugha gksus dh fLFkfr es]a lkW¶V cVu 2 ij
tkM
s as+ Ánf’kZr gksrk gS-
lqjf{kr Vq Mw dh fLFkfr esa ns[ks]a feVk,¡ vkSj lHkh feVk,¡ QaD'ku
lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi ds lkFk miyC/k gksrs gS-a tksMas+ lkW¶V cVu 2
7-4 vkjf{kr dky
W
ds lkFk miyC/k gksrs gS-a
vki bl fodYi ls dkWy djus ds le; ,oa frfFk ds lkFk
vkjf{kr dkWy laxgz hr dj ldrs gS-a blesa 5 lqjf{kr fd, tk
ldrs gS-a
7-3 ees ks
blesa 40 eseks lqjf{kr fd, tk ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
s as+ nck,¡2- dksbZ u;k eseks fy[kus ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 1 tkM
3- eseks fy[kus ds ckn (eseks fy[kus gsrq i`"B 21&25 ns[ks)a
lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡tc ees ks [kkyh u gks
fuEu fodYi miyC/k gksrs gS%a
ns[ks]a feVk,¡] lHkh feVk,¡ vkSj tksM-as+
n[s kas % p;fur eseks iznf'kZr djus ds fy,
ns[ksa LØhu esa 2 fodYi] laiknu ,oa feVk,¡] gksrs gS-a
laiknu ls mi;ksxdrkZ orZeku eseks la'kksf/kr dj ldrk gS-a
feVk,¡ % blls mi;ksxdrkZ pquk gqvk eseks feVk ldrk gS-
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
2- vkjf{kr dkWy pquas 1&53- Qksu uacj fy[ks]a vkSj
t#jh gS)a 4-
nck,¡ (dksbZ Qksu uacj fy[kuk
ls vki eksM cny ldrs gS-a
@ ,d ckj @ izfrfnu @ lkse&'kqdz @ lkse&'kfu
@ lIrkg var @ izR;sd jfo)
(vkWQ
5- blds ckn
nck dj] uacj cVu ls frfFk Mkys-a
6- blds ckn
nck dj] uacj cVu ls le; Mkys-a
(
ls am/pm pqu)a s 7- blds ckn
nck dj]
ls fjax Loj pqu-as
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
8- blds ckn
nck dj] 32 v{kjksa rd dk eseks Mkysa
vkSj
nck,¡-
tc Rojhr vykeZ lsV fd;k tkrk gS]a rks vykeZ ctus dk
le; iznf’Zkr gksrk gS-a
Lut
w dl
S s lVs djas
7-5 vykeZ
fdlh dk;Z dk vykeZ le; cnyus ds fy,w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
vykeZ esa lsV fd, tkus ij Luwt iwofZ u;r fLFkfr esa gksrk gS-a
vykeZ ctus ij tc dksbZ cVu ugha nck;k tkrk gSa rks ,d
feuV ckn Luwt QaD'ku vius vki lsV gks tkrk gS] vkSj lsV
fd, x, le; ds nl feuV ckn vykeZ fQj ls ct mBrk gS-
2- vykeZ 1] vykeZ 2 ;k vykeZ 3 pqu-as
3- vki
ls vykeZ eksM cny ldrs gS-a
(vkWQ@,d ckj@izfrfnu@lkse&'kqØ@lkse&'kfu@
lIrkg var@izR;sd jfo)
7-6
D-Day
x.kd
blesa 5 la[;k,¡ lqjf{kr dh tk ldrh gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
4- vykeZ le; lsV djus ds fy,
dk mi;ksx djs]a
fjaxj pquas vkSj lkexzh fy[ks]a vkSj fQj lkW¶V cVu 1
ljq f{kr nck,¡G
G
ukVs
ls
am/pm
pquk tk ldrk gS-a
izkQ
s kbYl esa lsfVaXl ds vuqlkj fjaxj okWY;we fu;af=r
fd;k tkrk gS-a
eksckby can djus ij vykeZ fuf"Ø; gks tkrk gS- fu/kkZfjr lhek
fudy tkus ij vykeZ Lor% lekIr gks tkrk gS-a
vki Rojhr vykeZ ls (10 feuV ckn@30 feuV ckn@
1 ?kaVs ckn@3 ?kaVs ckn@vkWQ) pqu ldrs gS-a
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nck,¡-
s as+ nck,¡2- u;k dk;Z fy[kus ds fy,] lkW¶V cVu 1 tkM
3- v{kj fy[kus ds ckn fy[kus ds fy, i`"B Øa- (21 & 25
ns[ks)a lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡4-
D-Day lsV djus ds fy,
lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,a-
ukVs
dksbZ
D-Day
dk mi;ksx djsa vkSj rc
lqjf{kr gksus ds fLFkfr] esa LkkW¶V cVu 1 fodyi ds lkFk
ns[ka]as fn[k,¡] feVk,¡ vkSj lHkh feVk,¡ QaD'ku miyC/k gksrs gS-a
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7-7 LVkiW okp
W
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7-9 bdkbZ #ikra jd
LVkWi okWp miyC/k gSw h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
bdkbZ #ikarjd ls fofHkUu izdkj dh bdkbZ tSls djsl
a h]
yEckbZ] lrg] <sj] okWY;we] rkieku] vkSj xfr #ikarfjr dh
tk ldrh gS-
7-8 dy
S D;y
q Vs j
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;g ljy xf.krh; x.kuk,¡ djrk gS-a
(blls n'keyo ds nwljs LFkku rd ifj.kke izkIr fd;k tk
ldrk gS-)
7-9-1 djl
as h
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
vkSj
3-
ls (xq.k) pqu-as
]
nck,¡-
dks Øe ls nck,¡-
4]
dks Øe ls nck,¡5- lkW¶V cVu 1 mrj pqu-as
vki x.kuk dk ifj.kke 250 ns[ksx
a -s
nck,¡-
djsUlh #ikarj dj ldus ls igys] vkidks dksbZ vk/kkj djsUlh
pquuh gksrh gS- (vkerkSj ij vkidh ?kjsyq djsUlh) vkSj fofu;e
nj nsuh gksrh gS1- viuh ?kjsyq djsUlh lsV djs]a fQj
nj lsV djs-a
nck dj fofue;
2- fQj lkW¶V cVu 1 nj nck,¡ vkSj djsUlh ij lsV djus
ds fy, lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡ukVs
ukVs
]
vk/kkj djsUlh vU; djsUlh ds fy, fofue; dh nj fu/kkZfjr djrh gS-
,d ckj esa 50 vadksa rd dh x.kuk dh tk ldrh gS- (mnk-]73 $
vko';d fofu;e nj Mkyus ds ckn] vki djsUlh #ikarj dj ldrs
01&03 vkB vad gksxa )s -
gS-
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
yEckb]Z lrg] <js+ ] okYW ;ew ] rkieku] vkjS xfr
7-0 fo'o ?kMh+
1- vki vk/kkj bdkbZ Mkysa vkSj ;g vkidks bfPNr #ikarjd
bdkbZ nsxk-
;fn vkidks fdlh nwljs ns'k esa Qksu djuk gS vkSj vkidks
le; dk varj ugha irk gS] rks ;g ?kM+h mi;ksxh lkfcr gksxh-
2-
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
3-
;k
pqu ldrs gS-a
nck dj vki ukius dh fofHkUu bdkbZ
;k
pqu ldrs gS-a
nck dj vki vk/kkj vkSj #ikarjd bdkbZ
2-
]
nck,¡-
ls bfPNr 'kgj pqu-as
'kh?kzrk ls pquus ds fy,] uD'ks ij 7 'kgj ns[kus ds fy,
dk mi;ksx fd;k tk ldrk gS-
ukVs
lkW¶V cVu 2
DST
ls Ms&ykbV lsfoax Vkbe lsV djs-a
7-* lgk;rk
vki bl lwph ds ckjs esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
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4- fdlh Hkh le; MsVk lsok ls ckgj fudyus ds fy;s
dks dqN lsd.s M rd nckdj j[ks-a
oYMZ
tYnh ls izkIr djus ds fy;s] ck;k¡ usfoxs’ku cVu nck,¡ukVs
gks ldrk gS] lHkh MsVk lsok,W ÁR;sd miHkksDrk ds fy;s miyC?k uk gksvf/kd tkudkjh ds fy;s d`i;k vius lsok Ánkrk ls laidZ djs-a
8-1 R&ehfM;k
vki R oYMZ ds }kjk VOD MkmuyksM dj ldrs gS]a vkSj
MkmuyksMM
s VOD Qkby dk iz;ksx dj ldrs gS-a
8-3 R&lp
w h iuq % lVs
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
vki R ehfM;k dks iqu% lsV dj ldrs gS-a tcfd lfØ;]
MkmuyksM fd;k x;k VOD iqu% lsV gks-
]
nck,¡-
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
8-2 n[s kas vkjS [kjhnas
;g vkidks vkids lsok Ánkrk }kjk nh xbZ R oYMZ MsVk lsok
tSls fjax Loj] fdzdVs ] MsfVax] dkWUVsLV] lekpkj] Hkfo";Qy]
'kgj vkSj Vhoh xkbM] ;k vkSj Hkh cgqr lkjh vU; lsokvks ls
tksMr+ k gS-a
vki R oYMZ ls 20 fjax Loj] 32 ikWyhQksfud fjax Loj
MkmuyksM dj ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
;k
8-5 lgk;rk
]
R
nck,¡-
]
nck,¡-
8-4 xEs l
z Vs @ggIw l@VVus fiu Vjs j pquas vkSj
nck dj fdd
2nck,¡-
nck,¡-
dks 2 lsd.M rd nck,¡2-
R
3-
ls lwph LØkWy djsa vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nckdj
dksbZ Hkh MsVk lsok 'kq# djs-a
oYMZ yksxks ds ckn
]
vki bl lwph ds ckjs esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
oYMZ MsVk lwph Ánf'kZr gksxh-
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
3- ¶y'S k% vkWQ@vkWu
4- lYs Q Vkbej% vkWQ@3 lsdM
as @5 lsdM
as @10 lsdM
as @
15 lsdM
as
5- dkyk@lQns % lkekU; ;k dkyk@lQsn
6- Qu Qz Es l% Qsz e 1&15] No Frame (vki igys ls fu/kkZfjr
fd;s x;s dSejs Qsz e ds lkFk rLohj ysa ldrs gS)a 7- dbZ 'kkW V% 3@9@6 'kWkV~l miyC/k gSa (640x480
fjt+kYs ;w'ku esa flQZ 3 'kWkV~l dk fodYi
miyC/k gS)a -
9- eYVhehfM;k
9-1 deS jk
vkidk eYVhehfM;k Qksu esa vklkuh ls mi;ksx fd;s tk ldus
okyk fcYV & bu dSejk gS-a blls vki dHkh Hkh rLohj ;k
ohfM;ks ys ldrs gS]a ns[k ldrs gS-a ;k vius ifjokj vkSj nksLrksa
ds lkFk vnku&iznku dj ldrs gS-a dSejs ds lkFk ¶yS'k dk
fodYi Hkh gSdeS jk lp
w h dk vklku mi;kx
s
dSejk lwph ds vklku lapkyu ds fy;s LVSM
a ckW; eksM es]a dSejk
cVu ( ) nck,¡-a
9-1-1 QkVs ks yas
ukVs
]
-
) dks yxHkx 4 lsd.s M~l rd nck,¡a j[ks-a
vuqdy
q djus ds fy;s fodYi pqu-as
1- yhft;%s QksVks f[kps-a
s k+ Ys ;'w ku% 640x480@320x240@160x120@128x128
2- jt
66
¶yS'k vkWu gksus ij] 30cm rd QksVks yh tk ldrh gS-
(
]
ls ped]
ls T+kew vkSj lWk¶V cVu 1 fodYi
nck dj vki t#jr ds vuqlkj lsfVaXl esa ifjorZu dj
ldrs gS-a
G
ukVs
dSejs ds vklku lapkyu ds fy;s LVSMa ckW; eksM esa dSejk cVu
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
T+kew QaD'ku (x1, x2, vkSj x4 de fjt+kYs ;w'ku (160x120,128x128) ds
lkFk] x1, vkSj x2, e/;e fjt+kYs ;w'ku (320x240)] vkSj x1 gkWbZ
fjt+kYs ;w'ku (640x480)) ds lkFk miyC/k gS-
3- QksVks ysus ds fy;s ] ;k
nck,¡-a
4- QksVks dks xSyjh esa lqjf{kr djus ds fy;s
nck,¡-a
` dj vLohd`r djsa ;k iqu% ys-a
• lWk¶V cVu 2 vLohdr
s as pqu-as
• lWk¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck dj ljq f{kr djsa ;k Hkt
dSejs ls QksVks ysuk- 200 QksVks rd lqjf{kr fd;s tk ldrsa gS-a
ukVs
ukVs
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fd vki fdrus QksVks ys pqdas gSa vkSj fdruh vkSj ys ldrsa gS-a
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9-1-2 eow h [khp
a as
9-1-6 lfs VXa l
vki vkokt ds lkFk 15 lsd.s M~l dh 128x128 lkbt+ ds ohfMvks
jsdkMZ dj ldrs gS-a vf/kdre 5 lqjf{kr dh tk ldrh gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
-
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
9-1-6-1 Lor% ljq {kfr
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
]
]
]
-
-
9-1-3 QkVs ks xy
S jh
Qksu esa lqjf{kr gq;s QksVks ns[ks-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
2]
W pquas vkSj
ls vkuW ;k vkQ
nck,¡-
9-1-6-2 'kVj /ofu
9-1-4 eow h xy
S jh
Qksu esa lqjf{kr gq;s ewoh ns[ks-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
4 /ofu;ksa esa ls pqu-as
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
]
]
-
2-
W pquas vkSj
ls vkokt+ 1&4 ;k vkQ
nck,¡-
9-1-5 LykbM ’kks
9-1-7 lgk;rk
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
s as+ nck,¡ vkSj lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as nck dj
2- lkW¶V cVu 2 tkM
bfPNr fp=ksa dks LykbM ’kks ds fy;s lsV djs]a lkW¶V cVu
2 i.q kZ vkSj lqjf{kr djus ds fy;s lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr
nck,¡n[s kas
feVk,¡
uke cnyas
ds #i eas lVs
lHkh feVk,¡
pquas x;s LykbM ’kks dks ns[k-sa
pquas x;s LykbM ’kks dks feVk,¡pquas x;s LykbM ’kks dk uke cnys-a
pquas x;s LykbM ’kks dks okWyisij ds #i esa lsV
djs-a
lHkh LykbM ’kks feVk,¡-
vki bl lwph ds ckjs esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
9-2 ejs h lkexhz
9-2-1 fp=
vki iwofZ u;r] MkmuyksMM
s ] vkSj dSejk QksVks fp= ns[k ldrsa
gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
-
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lwph dh lqfo/kk,¡
9-2-2 ohfMvks
0- ok;W l midj.k
vki f[kpha x;h ;k R&oYMZ ls MkmuyksM fd;s x;s ohfMvks
ns[k ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
-
2- dSejk ohfMvks ;k MkmuyksMM
s pquas vkSj ns[ks-a
okW;l mikj.k ds lkFk]vki okW;l fjdkWMjZ ] mRrj e’khu]
okW;l lan’s k] okW;l Mk;y dk iz;ksx dj ldrs gS-a vki 10
okW;l fjdkWM]Z 10 okW;l lan’s k vkSj 1 miHkksDrk }kjk rS;kj
vfHkoknu lan’s k fjdkWMZ dj ldrs gS-a fjdkWMfZ Max dh dqy
le; lhek 9 feuV dh gksrh gS-a
9-2-3 /ofu
vki /ofu dh lwph ns[k ldrsa gS-a (iwofZ u;r] MkmuyksMM
s ]
okWbl)] vkSj Iys Hkh dj ldrsa gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
]
-
9-2-4 lgk;rk
0-1 ok;W l fjdkM
W jZ
vki 9 feuV rd dh viuh vkokt okW;l eseks esa fjdkWMZ dj
ldrs gS-a vkSj vkarfjd ;k ckgjh QksYMj esa okW;l fjdkWMZ lwph
ns[k ldrs gS-a
vki bl lwph ds ckjs esa vkSj tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
2-
]
nck,¡-
W Z ;k ok;W l fjdkMZ lp
w h dks pqu-as vkSj
ls u;k fjdkM
nck,¡-
0-2 mÙkj e’khu
vki viuh vkokt ds }kjk dkWy izkIr dj ldrs gS-a vkSj
dkWydrkZ dk ok;Wl lan’s k fjdkWMZ dj ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
W pqu-as
2- vkuW ;k vkQ
3- vfHkoknu lUns’k ds fy;s
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G
iow fZ u;r
G
miHkkDs rk }kjk miHkksDrk }kjk rS;kj vfHkoknu lan’s k fjdkWMZ
r;S kj
djds bls vfHkoknu lan’s k ij lsV dj
ldrs gS-a
4-
lsfVaXl nck,¡] Lihdj eksM vkSj VkbZe lsV djus ds
ckn lkW¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-
ukVs
ds #i esa lsV djus ij] iwofZ u;r vfHkoknu
lan’s k lfØ; gks tkrk gS-
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0-4 ok;W l Mk;y
okW;l Mk;y ls vki okW;l }kjk dkWy dj ldrs gS-a vki
okW;l Mk;y fuf"Ø; fLØu ij gkWV cVu nck dj mi;ksx
dj ldrs gS-a 10 rd uacj fu/kkZfjr fd;s tk ldrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
2- Qksucqd esa uke Mky dj ;k gkWbykbZV djds uke pquas vkSj
nck,¡-
vkWu ij lsV gksus ds ckn Hkh QaD’ku ugha djsxh-
3- Qksu }kjk iwNs tkus ij] bartkj djsa vkSj chi ds ckn og
uke cksys ftls vki izkx
s kz e djuk pkgrs gS-a
vxj dkWy ÁkIr ugha dh tkrh gS ;k nwljh ikVhZ Qksu dkV nsrh gS
4- Qksu }kjk iwNs tkus ij iqf"V ds fy;s uke iqu% cksy-as
vxj 10 okW;l lan’s k iw.kZ gSa ;k okW;l eseksjh Hkjh gS] rks okW;l e’khu
rks] ßokW;l eseksjh iw.kZß Ánf’kZr gksrk gS-
0-5 lgk;rk
0-3 ok;W l lna ’s k
vki okW;l midj.k ds ckjs esa tkudkjh izkIr dj ldrs gS-a
okW;l mRrj vkSj okW;l eseks ls izkIr lan’s k okW;l lan’s k esa
lqjf{kr gksrs gS-a
w h]
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
]
nck,¡-
2- lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡G
Iys
G
lc feVk,¡ : fjdkWMZ fd;k x;k okW;l lan’s k feVk,¡-
G
QkbZy tkudkjh : QkbZy dk uke] lkbt] fjdkWMZ dk
le; vkSj frfFk iznf’kZr djrk gS-
:
fjdkWMZ fd;k x;k okW;l lan’s k ctk,¡-
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dkWy ds nkSjku iz;qDr gksus okys QaD'ku
dky
W ees ks eas
okbW l çkbol
s h vkuW @vkQ
W
(dkWy
ds nkSjku% lwph
)
blls vki dkWy ds nkSjku vU; O;fDr }kjk fn;k tkus okyk
Qksu uacj uksV dj ldrs gS-a ;s uacj dkWy fooj.k esa lqjf{kr
gksrs gS-a vf/kdre 20 uacj rd lqjf{kr fd;s tk ldrs gS-a
1- dkWy ds nkSjku lWk¶V cVu 1
nck,¡-a
ds nkSjku% lwph
)
dkWYl ds fy;s ekud ;k c<+k gqvk ds #i esa çkboslh
lqfo/kk lsV djs-a CDMA esa okWbl çkboslh lqfo/kk gS-
ok;W l ees ks eas
(dkWy
dky
W ees ks eas nck,¡-a
2-
(dkWy
CDMA
3- Qksu uacj Mkysa vkSj lWk¶V cVu 1 ljq f{kr nck,¡-a
ekuS @ekuS ugha
ds nkSjku% lwph
)
;g QaD'ku vkids Qksu dk ekbØksQksu ykWd dj nsrk gS vkSj
nwljs O;fDr rd vkidh vkokt+ ugha igqp
¡ us nsrk-
ds nkSjku% lwph
)
blls vki dkWy ds nkSjku dh ckrphr fjdkWMZ dj ldrs gS-a
fjdkWfMZx
a ds nkSjku] Qksu dkmaVMkmu le;d iznf’kZr djrk
gSa ftlls irk pyrk gS fd fjdkWfMZx
a dk fdruk le; cpk
gS-
(dkWy
ekuS QDa 'ku lfd;z djus ds fy;%s
1- dkWy ds nkSjku lWk¶V cVu 1
ekuS nck,¡-a
2
ekuS QDa 'ku fuf"d;z djus ds fy;%s
1- igys tSlk nksgjk;s-a
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Lihdj ekM
s vkuW
(dkWy
ds nkSjku% lkW¶V )
dkWy ds nkSjku Lihdj vkWu eksM dks rqjra lfØ; ;k jn~n
djus ds fy,]
nck,¡-
nck,¡-a
b;jihl@Lihdj okYW ;ew
dkWy ds nkSjku
djs-a
ls b;jihl@Lihdj okWY;we lek;ksftr
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lgk;d midj.k
vkids eksckbZy Qksu ds fy, dbZ çdkj ds lgk;d midj.k
miyC/k gS- budh miyC/krk ds ckjs esa vius LFkkuh; forjd
ls laidZ djs-a
Vosª y pktjZ
gM
s lVs
;g ,MkWIVj ekWMy cSVjh pktZ djrk gS;g AC 100-240 oksYV] 50-60 gV~Tk+ Z
vkmVysVl
~ dk leFkZu djrk gS-
bls vki Qksu ls dusDV djds] gkFk
yxk, fcuk bldk lapkyu dj
ldrs gS-a blesa b;jihl] ekbØksQksu
vkSj esfdr dkWy mRrj@lekIr
cVu 'kkfey gS-a
flxkjVs ykbVj pktjZ
flxjsV ykbVj pktZj] ekWMy CLC-61W
dk mi;ksx djrs gq, vki vius okgu ls
Qksu lapkfyr dj ldrs gS vkSj cSVjh dks
FkksMk+ pktZ dj ldrs gS-a
USB
dUoVZ dcs y
vius Qksu dks ihlh ds ls tksM-as+
(LG-USBC1000-X)
USB
MVs k dcs y (pkÉtx ds lkFk)
gM
aS l
~ Qhz dkj fdV (ikVs cZs y)
vius Qksu dks vius ihlh ls dusDV
djs-a (LG-USB8100-X)
gSM
a l
~ Qzh dkj fdV] ekWMy PHF-61W dk
mi;ksx djrs gq, vki vius dkj esa fcuk
gkFk yxk;s Qksu lapkfyr dj ldrs gS-
USB
MVs k dcs y (fcuk pkÉtx okyh)
vius Qksu dks vius ihlh ls dusDV
djs-a (LG-USB5200)
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lkekU; iz'u
lkekU; i'z u
iz % eSa Mk;y fd;s gq,] izkIr gq, vkSj NqVh gqbZ dkWYl dh
lwph dSls ns[k ldrk gw\¡
m%
nck,¡-
iz % eS VkbZe eSut
s j esa laxgz hr lHkh fiNys dk;Zdez dSls lkQ
dj ldrk gw\¡
w h nck,¡ vkx
W uZ kbtj+ m % lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
VkbeZ euS t
s j lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡
frfFk dks feVk,¡ ,d lIrkg@,d
eghuk@,d fnu pquas nck,¡-
iz % eSa dkWy fooj.k dSls feVk ldrk gw\¡
m%
nck,¡ lkW¶V cVu 1 fodYi nck,¡ feVk,¡
;k lHkh feVk,¡ nck,¡ nck,¡-¡ gk¡ pquas nck,¡-
iz % eS fdrus 'kh?zk Mk;y uacj laxgz hr dj ldrk gw\¡
m % dqy 99 uacj-
iz % eS eseksjh esa laxgz hr lHkh uacj dSls ns[k ldrk gw\¡
s as nck,¡m % lkW¶V cVu 2 [kkt
iz % eS dksbZ 'kCn lan's k dSls Hkst ldrk gw\¡
fy[k-as m%
nck,¡ iz % eS VkbZe eSut
s j esa fdrus dk;Z tksM+ ldrk gw\¡
m % dqy 160 dk;Z-
iz % eS dkWy le;d dSls lkQ dj ldrk gw\¡ (ekfld le;
jhlsV)w h nck,¡ dky
W fooj.k m % lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
dky
W vof/k dky
W vof/k iuq % lVs djas
gk¡ pquas nck,¡-
'kCn fy[kas -
iz % eS viuk ykWd dksM dSls irk dj ldrk gw\¡
m % vkids Qksu dk iwofZ u;r ykWd dksM@ikloMZ 0000 gS72
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iz % blesa fdrus xziq gksrs gS\a
m % xzIq l esa dksbZ xziq ugha / Business / Personal / Family /
Friends / Workgroup / VIP / School / Club gksrs gS-a vki xzi
q
dk uke 'kh"kZd laikfnr dj ldrs gS-a 'kh"kZd ^dksbZ xziq
ugha* cnyk ugha tk ldrkw h
uke xiqz l
1- lkW¶V cVu 1 lp
vkSj
nck dj xziq pqu-as
2- lkW¶V cVu 2 lia knu pqu-as
iz % D;k xziq SMS laHko gS\a
m % vki ,d lkFk 10 uacjksa dks lan's k Hkst ldrs gS-a izR;sd
uacj vyx&vyx pquk ;k fy[kk tkuk pkfg;s- 5 lan's k
xqIz l gksrs gS ,oa gj lewg esa vf/kdre 10 lnL; gks
ldrs gS-a
iz % D;k xziq bZ&esy laHko gS\a
m % vki ,d lkFk 10 uacjksa dks lan's k Hkst ldrs gS-a izR;sd
uacj vyx&vyx pquk ;k fy[kk tkuk pkfg;s- 5 bZ&esy
xqIz l gksrs gS ,oa gj lewg esa vf/kdre 10 lnL; gks
ldrs gS-a
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SMS@bZ&esy ,d ls T;knk izkIrdrkZvksa dks dSls Hkst
ldrs gS\a
m % lan's k fy[kus ds ckn] fodYi ls SMS@bZ&esy xzIq l pqu-as
vki blesa 10 izkIrdrkZ tksM+ ldrsa gS-a
iz %
iz % eSa MMS dSls Hkst ldrs gS\a
m % eYVhehfM;k lan's k fy[kus ds ckn] fodYi ls fp=
'kkfey djs@
a /ofu 'kkfey djsa pqu-as Qksu esa 5 MMS
@15 vf/klwpuk laxfz gr gks ldrh gS-a
iz %
m%
cVu dh D;k mi;ksfxrk gS\a
cVu lkW¶V cVu 1 ds pquas fodYi ls lacfU/kr
gksus dh fLFkfr esa lkW¶V cVu 1 puq as dk dke djrk gS-a
cVu lkW¶V cVu 1 ds fodYi ls lacfU/kr gksus
dh fLFkfr esa lkW¶V cVu $ ikWivi lwph esa igyk fodYi
pquusa dk dke djrk gS-a
cVu dk mi;ksx dkWy ds nkSjku Lihdj
vkWu@vkWQ djus ds fy;s fd;k tkrk gS-a
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lkekU; iz'u
iz % Lihdj dks dkWy ds nkSjku lfdz; djus vkSj vkbMy eksM
esa lfdz; djus esa D;k varj gS\a
m % ;fn mi;ksxdrkZ Lihdj vkWu dks ges'kk iwofZ u;r ds #i
esa mi;ksx djuk pkgrk gS]a rks Lihdj eksM dks yacs le;
ds fy;s
cVu nck dj l{ke fd;k tkuk pkfg;svxj miHkksDrk Lihdj vYi dky ds fy;s bZLrseky
djuk pkgrk gS] rks
cVu nckdj Lihdj lfdz;
fd;k tk ldrk gS- miHkksDrk
cVu dks nksckjk
nckdj Lihdj vkWQ dj ldrk gSiz % ,;j Iysu eksM D;k gS\a
m % tc vkidk Qksu ,;j Iysu eksM esa gksrk gS] rc blls
u rks dksbZ dkWy fd;k tk ldrk gS u izkIr fd;k tk
ldrk gS vkSj u gh vkWuykbu tkudkjh rd ig¡p
q k tk
ldrk gS-
iz % ,y,e,l dSls mi;ksx djs\a
m % ,y,e,l lan's k dh ubZ lqfo/kk ls] vc mi;ksxdrkZ ,d
ckj esa 460 v{kjksa rd dk dksbZ lan's k fy[k ldrk gS-a
,y,e,l lan's k Hkstus ds fy;s] lan's k laiknd esa 160 ls
T;knk v{kjks rd dk lan's k fy[ks-a lan's k laiknd dk
'kh"kZd cny dj ^fy[ksa LMS (XXX)^ gks tkrk gS tks 'ks"k
v{kjksa dh la[;k crkrk gS- Hkstas fodYi pquusa ij] dqy
cus [kaM iznf'kZr fd;s tkrs gSa vkSj mi;ksxdrkZ ls iqf"V
djk;h tkrh gS- mi;ksxdrkZ tkjh j[kus ;k jn~n djus
dk fodYi pqu ldrk gS- gj [kaM usVodZ ij lk/kkj.k
,l,e,l ds #i esa Hkstk tkrk gS- lan's k izkIr gksus dh
iqf"V gksus ij lan's k vkmVckWDl esa laxfz gr gksrs gS-a ÁR;sd
,y,e,l iSdVs ,d ,dy lan's k ds #i esa ÁkIr fd;k
tkrk gS- ÁR;sd ,y,e,l lan's k lan's k esa iSdVs ds Øe
dh la[;k n'kkZrk gS] tSls 3 iSdVs gksus ij] <1/3>, <2/3>,
<3/3>.
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iz % D;k xziq MMS laHko gS \
m % ,e,e,l xzIq l dks ,e,e,l Hkstus ds fy;s] lkW¶V
w h lna 's k lna 's k xIqz l
cVu 1 lp
l
MMS xIqz l nck,¡- lkW¶V cVu 2
Hkt
s as nckus ds ckn] lan's k fy[ksa vkSj
.
s -as
nck,¡- fodYi es]a
ls Hkt
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bZ&esy dks ,l,e,l ij izkIr djus ds fy;s% eksckby
fMokbl RD6330 ij fjyk;al )kjk nh x;h bZ&esy
vkbZMh ij bZ&esy Hkstk tk ldrk gS- fMokbl ij izkIr
bZ&esy esa fo"k; vkSj lan's k dk ikB gks ldrk gS- izkIr
bZ&esy ds fy;s buckWDl lwph esa vyx fpUg gksx-as
T;knk tkudkjh ds fy;s vius lfoZl iznkrk ls laidZ
djs-a
iz % ,l,e,l ls bZ&esy vkSj bZ&esy ls ,l,e,l dSls
Hkstsa \
m % ,l,e,l ls bZ&esy Hkstus ds fy;s % lna 's k fy[kas
Z ey
s fy[kas ij tk,¡- ;g fodYi pquus ds ckn ,d
b&
bZ&esy laiknd iznf'kZr gksrk gS tgk¡ vki bZ&esy vkbZMh
fy[k ldrs gS-a vf/kdre 40 v{kjksa okys 10 bZ&esy
vkbZMh ntZ fd;s tk ldrs gS-a bl Ldzhu ls Hkstas fodYi
pquus ij fo"k; laiknd l{ke gksrk gS] ;gk¡ miHkksDrk
vf/kdre 20 v{kjksa rd ntZ dj ldrk gS- fo"k;
laiknd ls vxyk fodYi pquus ij] lan's k laiknd l{ke
gksrk gS] ;gk¡ mi;kxdrkZ X v{kjksa dk lan's k fy[k ldrk
gS- (X=480& fo"k; dk vkdkj&lwph esa bZey
s vkbZMh dk
vkdkj&iSdVs tkudkjh v{kj)- bZ&esy lan's k ,y,e,l
lan's k Hkh gks ldrs gS-a
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lkekU; iz'u
lfol
Z ds fy;s dky
W djus ls igys
d`i;k vius Qksu dks lfoZl ds fy;s ys tkus ;k fdlh lfoZl bathfu;j dks cqykus ls igys ns[ksa fd mlesa ;gk¡ mYysf[kr dksbZ
leL;k rks ugha gS-
tc ,sls y{k.k fn[kkbZ nsa %
tc “
” Ldzhu ls ugha gVrk gS-
Rkks ;g tk¡pas !
ns[ksa fd D;k ;g lfoZl ,fj;k gS] vkSj ;fn vkidks vHkh Hkh “
” fn[kkbZ ns jgk
gks] rks d`i;k ikoj can djsa vkSj yxHkx 2 feuV ckn bls pkyw djs-a ;fn dksbZ cnyko
u fn[kkbZ ns] fdlh vU; {ks= esa tkus ds ckn tk¡p-as
tc dusD'ku yxkrkj u feys ;k dqN {ks=ksa
esa vkokt lqukbZ u ns-
tc dqN {ks=ksa esa QzhDosl
a h okrkoj.k vfLFkj gksrk gS] rks dusD'ku yxkrkj ugha feyrk
gS vkSj vkokt Bhd ls lqukbZ ugha nsrh gS- fdlh vU; {ks= esa tkus ds ckn tk¡p-as
tc dusD'ku Bhd ls ugha fey jgk gks ;k
feyus ij chp esa VwV jgk gks-
tc QzhDosl
a h vfLFkj ;k detksj gksrh gS] ;k tc mi;ksxdrkZ vf/kd gksrs gS]a rks
LFkkfir gksus ds ckn Hkh dusD'ku dV ldrk gS] d`i;k dqN nsj ckn iz;kl djsa ;k
fdlh vU; {ks= esa tkus ds ckn tk¡p-as
tc
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pkyw ugha gks jgh gks-
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cSVjh fudkysa vkSj bls fQj ls yxk dj pkyw djs-a ;fn rc Hkh fLFkfr uk cnys]
rks cSVjh dks I;kZIr pktZ djus ds ckn pqu% iz;kl djs-a
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tc ,sls y{k.k fn[kkbZ nsa %
Rkks ;g tk¡pas !
;fn fdlh {ks= esa fdlh VsyhQksu ls dusD'ku
feyus ij izfr/ofu lqukbZ nsrh gS-
bls ^^izfr/ofu vkHkkl^^ dgk tkrk gS] ;g dusD'ku okWY;we cgqr T;knk nwljh rjQ
e'khu ds fo'ks"k xq.k/keksaZ ds dkj.k gks ldrk gS- (lsehbysDVªkfW ud VsyhQksu ,Dlpst
a )-
tc Qksu xeZ gks tk;s
;fn dusD'ku yach vof/k ds fy;s LFkkfir gksrk gS] ;k xse ;k baVjusV vkSj vU;
phtsa yEch vof/k ds fy;s pyrh gS]a rks Qksu xeZ gks ldrk gS] blls mRikn ds
thoudky ;k izn'kZu ij dksbZ izHkko ugha iM+rk gS-
fjax dh vkokt ugha lqukbZ ns jgh gks ;k
dsoy Ldzhu ykbV ;k LCD pedrh gks-
fjax izdkj ^^ekSu^^ ;k ^^ykbV^^ ds #i esa lsV gks ldrk gS- d`i;k ^^fjax^^ pqu-as
cSVjh dh LVSM
a ckW; vof/k /khjs & /khjs de
gksrh tkrh gS-
pwf¡ d cSVjh /khjs & /khjs [kpZ gksrh gS] blfy;s bldk thoudky /khjs & /khjs de
gksrk tkrk gS- ;fn bldk thoudky [kjhns tkus ds ckn ls vk/kk jg x;k gks] rks
vkidks ubZ cSVjh [kjhnuh pkfg;s-
tc cSVjh ds mi;ksx dk le; de gks
tkrk gS-
;fn cSVjh ds mi;ksx dk le; de gks tkrk gS] rks ;g mi;ksxdrkZ ds okrkoj.k]
;k vf/kd dkWYl ] ;k detksj ladrs ksa ds dkj.k gks ldrk gS-
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
Vhvkb,Z ljq {kk tkudkjh
Okk;jysl gSM
a gsYM Qksu ds fy, VhvkbZ, dh lqj{kk lac/a kh lkjh
tkudkjh ;gk¡ nh xbZ gS- lhVhvkbZ, ekU;rk ds fy;s xzkgd
fn'kkfuns'Z k iqfLrdk esa islesdj] Jo.k ;a= vkSj vU;
fpfdRldh; midj.k lac/a kh tkudkjh 'kkfey djuk
vko';d gksrk gS- mi;qDr gksus ij 'ks"k VhvkbZ, Hkk"kkvksa ds
mi;ksx ds fy;s izkRs lkgu fn;k tkrk gSjfs M;ks ?hDol
as h ld
a rs kas dk ,Dlikt
s j
vkidk ok;jysl gSM
a gsYM iksVcZs y VsyhQksu ,d de
'kfDrokyk jsfM;ks Vªkl
a ehVj vkSj fjlhoj gS- pkyw gksus ij ;gk
jsfM;ks ?hDosl
a h ?vkj,Q? ladrs çkIr djRkk vkSj HkstRkk Hkh gSvxLr 1996 esa QsMjy dE;qfuds'ku deh'ku ?,Qlhlh? us
gSM
a gsYM ok;jysl Qksu ds fy, lqj{kk Lrjksa lfgr vkj,Q
,Dlikstj fn'kkfuns'Z k viuk,- os fn'kkfuns'Z k la;Dq r jkT; vkSj
varjkZ"Vªh; ekud fudk;ksa }kjk fu/kkZfjr fiNys lqj{kk ekudksa
ds vuq#i gS %
,,u,lvkbZ lh 95.1 (1992)*
,ulhvkjih fjiksVZ 86 (1986)
vkbZlh,uvkbZvkjih (1996)
;s ekud] çklafxd oSKkfud lkfgR; ds lexz vkSj
le;&le; ij gq, ewY;kaduksa ij vk/kkfjr Fks- mnkgj.k ds
fy, ,,u,lvkbZ ekud ?lh 95.1? cukus ds fy,
fo'ofo|ky;ks]a ljdkjh LokLF; ,tsfa l;ks]a vkSj m|ksxksa ds 120
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ls vf/kd oSKkfudks]a bathfu;jksa vkSj fpfdRldksa us vuql/a kku
dh miyC/k tkudkjh dh leh{kk dhvkids Qksu dh fMtkbZu ,Qlhlh fn'kkfuns'Z k ?vkSj mu
ekudks?a dk ikyu djrh gS-
,Va huk dh n[s kHkky
cnyus ds fy, dsoy çnku fd, x, ;k ekU;rk çkIr ,aVhuk
dk gh mi;ksx djs-a vuf/kÑr ,aVhuk] la'kks/ku ;k vuqyXudksa
ds dkj.k Qksu {kfrxzLr gks ldrk gS vkSj blls ,Qlhlh
fu;eksa dk mYya?ku gks ldrk gS-
Qkus lp
a kyu
lkekU; fLFkfr % fdlh vU; VsyhQksu ds leku gh bl Qksu
dks idMs] ,aVhuk Åij dh vksj jgsa vkSj nwljs bysDVªkfud
midj.k ls dqN nwjh ij gks-
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d'q ky lp
a kyu dh ;fq Dr;ka¡
byDs Vkª fW ud midj.k
• vius Qksu dsk vf/kd dq'kyrk ls lapkfyr djus ds fy, %
tc Qksu dk mi;ksx djuk gks jgk gks rks vuko';d #i ls
,aVhuk u Nw,-¡ ,aVhuk Nwus ls dkWy dh xq.koRrk çHkkfor gksrh
gS vkSj blls vko';drk ls vf/kd ÅtkZ [kpZ gks ldrh gS• vesfjdu us'kuy LVSM
a M~lZ baLVhV~;Vw ] us'kuy dkmafly
vkWu jsfM,'ku izkVs Ds 'ku ,aM estj+ esVa ] baVjus'kuy deh'ku
dkWu ukWuvk;ukbftax jsfM,'ku izkVs Ds 'ku-
vf/kdka'k vk/kqfud bysDVªkfW ud midj.k vkj,Q ladrs ksa ls
lqjf{kr gksrs gS-a fQj Hkh laHko gS] dqN bysDVªkfW ud midj.k
vkids ok;jysl Qksu ls fudyus okys vkj,Q ladrs ksa ls
lqjf{kr ugha gks-a
okgu pkyu
ftu {ks=ksa esa vki okgu pyk jgsa gS]a mu {ks=ksa ds ok;jysl
VsyhQksu ds mi;ksx lac/a kh dkuwu vkSj fu;e ns[k ys-a ges'kk
ikyu djs-a lkFk gh okgu pykrs le; ;fn vki vius Qksu
dk mi;ksx dj jgsa gS]a rks d`I;k%
• okgu pykus ij iwjk /;ku nsa & lqjf{kr okgu pykuk
vkidh igyh ftEesnkjh gS ;
• ;fn miyC/k gks] rks gSM
a l
~ &Qzh vkWijs'ku dk mi;ksx djsa ;
• ;fn vko';drk gks] rks lM+d ls gVdj xkM+h ikdZ djus
ds ckn dkWy djsa ;k mRrj ns-a
il
s ed
s lZ
gsYFk baMLVªh eSU;qQDS pjlZ ,lksfl,'ku vuq'kalk djrk gS fd
ok;jysl Qksu vkSj islesdj ds chp de ls de Ng (6”)
bap dh nwjh gksuh pkfg,] rkfd islesdj esa laHkkfor vojks/k
Vkyk tk lds- ;s vuq'kalk,¡ ok;jysl VsDuksykWth fjlpZ ds
Lora= vuql/a kku vkSj vuq'kalkvksa ds vuq#i gS-a
islesdj okys O;fDr %
• Qksu pkyw djus ij vius islesdj vkSj Qksu ds chp ges'kk
Ng bap ls vf/kd nwjh cuk, j[ks-a
• islesdj ds nwljh rjQ ds dku dk mi;ksx djs]a rkfd
laHkkfor vojks/k U;wure gks lds• ;fn fdlh dkj.k vkidks lang
s gksrk gS fd vojks/k vk jgk
gS rks viuk Qksu rqjra can dj ns-a
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
Jo.k ;=
a
okgu
dqN fMftVy ok;jysl Qksu Jo.k ;a=ksa ds dk;Z esa vojks/k
Mky ldrsa gS- ,slk vojks/k vkus ij vki fodYiksa dh
tkudkjh çkIr djus ds fy, LG vf/kÑr lfoZl lsVa j ls
laidZ dj ldrsa gS-a çR;sd Qksu fuekZrk ds fy, oSdfYid-
vkj,Q ladrs eksVj okguksa esa xyr <ax ls yxk, x, ;k
vi;kZIr lqjf{kr bysDVªkfW ud flLVEl dks çHkkfor dj ldrsa
gS- vius okgu ds lac/a k esa fuekZrk ;k mlds çfrfu/kh ls
iqNrkN dj ys-a
vkids okgu esa yxk, x, fdlh vfrfjDr midj.k ds
fuekZrkvksa ls vkidks ijke'kZ djuk pkfg,-
vU; fpfdRldh; midj.k
;fn vki fdlh vU; O;fDrxr fpfdRldh; midj.k dk
mi;ksx djrsa gS]a rks vius midj.k ds fuekZrk ls ijke'kZ dj
fu/kkZfjr dj ysa fd D;k os ckgjh vkj,Q ÅtkZ ls i;kZIr
lqjf{kr gS-a ;g tkudkjh çkIr djus esa vkidk fpfdRld
vkidh lgk;rk dj ldrk gS-a
LokLF; j{kk ls tqMs laLFkkuksa esa funs"Z k fn, tkus ij viuk
Qksu can dj nsAa vLirkyksa ;k LokLF; j{kk laLFkkuksa esa ,sls
midj.k gks ldrs gSa tks ckgjh vkj,Q ÅtkZ ds çfr
laons uk'khy gksrs gS-a
ikLs VM
s lfq o/kk,¡aW
;fn dgha ij vkidk Qksu can djus lac/a kh lwpuk yxh gks]
rks mldk ikyu djs-a
foeku
,Qlhlh fu;eksa ds vuqlkj foeku esa ;k=k djrsa le; Qksu
dk mi;ksx oftZr gS- foeku esa p<+us ls igysa viuk Qksu can
dj ns-a
foLQkVs {k=
s
foLQksV dk;ksZ esa vojks/k ls cpuas ds fy, fS oLQksV {ks=** esa
;k tgk¡ ^^nksrjQk jsfM;ks can j[ks*a * dh lwpuk yxh gks] viuk
Qksu can j[ks-a lHkh ladrs ksa vkSj lqpukvksa dk ikyu djs-a -
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lHa kkfor foLQkVs d okrkoj.k
ljq {kk tkudkjh
laHkkfor foLQksVd {ks= esa gksus ij viuk Qksu can dj nsa vkSj
lHkh ladrs ksa vkSj funs"Z kksa dk ikyu djs-a ,sls {ks=ksa esa fpaxkjh
mBus ls Hkh foLQksV gks ldrk gS ;k vkx yx ldrh gS
ftlls pksV yx ldrh gS ;k e`R;q Hkh gks ldrh gSlaHkkfor foLQksVd {ks= vDlj] ysfdu ges'kk ugha] Li"V #i
lsa fpfãr gksrs gS-a laHkkfor {ks=ksa esa ;s {ks= 'kkfey gks ldrs
gSa % bZ/a ku (tSls isVkª y
s iai)( cksV esa Msd ds uhps( bZ/a ku ;k
jlk;u ifjogu ;k HkaMkj.k x`g( rjy isVkª fs y;e xSl (tSls
çksius ;k C;wVus ) dk mi;ksx djus okys okgu( ,sls {ks= tgk¡
gok esa jlk;u ;k d.k gksras gSa ?tSls nkus] /kwy ;k /kkrq ds
ikmMj? vkSj ,sls {ks= tgk¡aW vkidks lkeU;r% vius okgu dk
batu can djus dh lykg nh tkrh gS-a
fcØh ds fy, vkSj vkids Qksu ds lgh bLrseky ds fy, vkSj
{kfr ls cpus ds fy, Ñi;k fuEu tkudkjh i<+as vkSj bldk
ikyu djs-a lkFk gha] i<+uas ds ckn bl miHkksDrk ekxZnf'kZdk
dks ges'kk vklku igqp
¡ okyh txg ij j[ks-a
prs kouh
bu fun"Zs kkas dk ikyu u fd, tkus
ij mRikn dks ekey
w h ;k xHa khj
{kfr igp
aWq ldrh g-aS
pktjZ vkjS ,MkIVj ljq {kk
pktZj vkSj ,MkIVj dsoy baMks j mi;ksx ds fy, gS-a
cVS jh dh tkudkjh vkjS n[s kHkky
,;jcx
S okys okgukas ds fy,
,j;cSx cgqr rsth ls Qwyrk gS-a LFkkfir ;k iksVcZs y ok;jysl
midj.k lfgr dksbZ Hkh oLrq ,;jcSx ds Åij ds {ks= ;k
,;jcSx yxsa {ks= esa u j[ks-a ;fn okgu esa ok;jysl midj.k
xyr <ax ls yxk gks vkSj ,;jcSx Qwyrk gS] rks xaHkhj pksV
yx ldrh gS-a
Ñi;k cSVjh dks Bhd ls fMLikst+ djs-a
cSVjh dks fQj ls pktZ djus ds igys mldk iwjh rjg
fMLpktZ gksuk t+#jh ugha gS-a
dsoy LG }kjk vkids Qksu ds ekWMy ds fy, vf/kÑr
pktZj dk gh mi;ksx djsa ftudk mi;ksx cSVjh dh vk;q
c<+krk gS-a
cSVjh dks u rks [kksyas u 'kkWVZ & lfdZV djs-a
cSVjh ds /kkrq ds fljksa dks lkQ j[ks-a
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
tc cSVjh dk çn'kZu Lohdk;Z Lrj ij ugha jgs rks bls
cny ns-a cnyus ls igys cSVjh dks lSdMksa ckj jhpktZ
fd;k tk ldrk gS-a
cSVjh dh vk;q c<+kus ds fy, yacs le; rd mi;ksx ls
ckgj jgus ds ckn cSVjh dks fQj ls pktZ djs-a
cSVjh dk çn'kZu mi;ksx ds rjhdksa vkSj i;kZoj.k dh
fLFkfr;ksa ls çHkkfor ds vk/kkj ij vyx&vyx gksxkc<+h gqbZ LØhu ykbV] feuh czkmtj vkSj MsVk
dusfDVfoVh fdV~l cSVjh dh vk;q vkSj VkWd@LVSM
a ck;
Vkbe dks çHkkfor dj ldras gS-a
vlkekU; fLFkfr esa lapkfyr fd, tkus ij cSVjh dh
vkajfjd lqj{kk ç.kkyh Qksu dk ikoj vkWQ dj nsrh gS-a
bl fLFkfr es]a cSVjh dks Qksu ls fudkys]a bls fQj ls
yxk,¡ vkSj Qksu dks vkWu djs-a
foLQkVs ] >Vdk vkjS vkx
Qksu dks cgqr T+;knk /kqy Hkjh txg ij u j[ksa vkSj
ikoj dkWMZ vkSj Å"ek ds Lkzkrs ds chp vko';d U;wure
nwjh j[ks-a
Qksu dks lkQ djus ls igys ikoj dkWMZ dks Iyx ls
fudky ysa vkSj xank gksus ij ikoj Iyx dks lkQ djs-a
Ikkoj Iyx dk mi;ksx djrs] le; lqfuf'pr djsa dh
;g Bhd ls dusDVsM gS-a ;fn ;g Bhd ls dusDVsM ugha
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gS rks blls cgqr T+;knk Å"ek iSnk gks ldrh gS vkSj
vkx yx ldrh gS;fn vki Qksu ds fjlsIVsdy (ikoj Iyx bu) dks doj
fd, fcuk tsc esa ;k fdlh ,sls cSx esa j[krs gSa ftlesa
/kkrq dh oLrq,aW tSls dksbZ flDds] isij fDyi ;k isu gS
rks Qksu 'kkWVZ & lfdZV gks ldrk gS- mi;ksx esa ugha
gksus ij fjlsIVsdy dks ges'kk doj djds j[ks-a
cSVjh dks 'kWkVZ & lfdZV ugha djs-a vkidh tsc ;k cSx esa
j[kh /kkrq dh oLrq,¡ tSls dksbZ flDdk] isij fDyi ;k
isu fgyk, tkus ij cSVjh ds $ ;k & VfeZuy (cSVjh
dh /kkrq fLVªIk) dks 'kWkVZ & lfdZV dj ldrh gS-a
VfeZuy dk 'kWkVZ & lfdZV cSVjh dks uqdlku ig¡p
q k
ldrk gS vkSj blls foLQksV gks ldrk gS-
lkekU; ukfs Vl
{kfrxzLr cSVjh dk mi;ksx djus dk cSVjh dks eqg¡ esa
j[kus ls xaHkhj pksV yx ldrh gSpqca dh; ?kVdks okyh phtsa tSls ØsfMV dkMZ] Qksu dkMZ]
cSd
a cqd] ;k lcos fVdV dks Qksu ds ikl u j[ks-a
Qksu dk pqca dRo budh pqca dh; fLVªi esa laxgz hr MsVk
dks uqdlku igqp
¡ k ldrk gSQksu ij yacs le; rd ckr djus ls mi;ksx ds nkSjku
iSnk gqbZ Å"ek ds dkj.k dWky dh xq.kork de gks
ldrh gS-
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tc Qksu dk mi;ksx yacs le; rd ugha gks] rks bldh
ikoj dWkMZ dk Iyx fudky dj bls lqjf{kr txg ij
j[ks-a
Qksu dks fdlh Hkh fjlhfoax midj.k (tSls Vhoh ;k
jsfM;ks)a ds ikl mi;ksx djus ls Qksu esa O;o/kku vk
ldrk gS ,aVhuk {kfrxzLr gksus ij Qksu dk mi;ksx u djs-a ;fn
{kfrxzLr ,aVhuk peM+h ds Ropk ds laidZ esas vkrk gS] rks
blls Ropk FkksMh+ ty ldrh gS- {kfrxzLr ,aVhuk dks
cnyus ds fy, Ñi;k vf/kÑr LG lfoZl lsVa j ls laidZ
djs-a
Qksu dks ikuh esa Mqcks,¡ ugha- ;fn ,slk gks tkrk gS] rks
bls rqjra can dj nsa vkSj cSVjh fudky ns-a ;fn Qksu
dke ugha djrk gS] rks bls vf/kÑr LG lfoZl lsVa j ij
ys tk,¡ bl mRikn dh ikoj dWkMZ dk mi;ksx djus ij vki
ysM ds laidZ esa vk,¡x]sa ftls dSfyQksfuZ;k jkT; esa ,slk
jklk;fud rRo ekuk tkrk gS tks dSlja ] izlo ;k vU;
iztuu lac/a kh ck/kkvksa dk dkj.k gks ldrk gS- bls gkFk
yxkus ds ckn gkFk /kks,-¡
• Qksu ij jax ugha djs-a
vlko/kkuhiwod
Z mi;ksx fd, tkus] Qksu dks lq/kkjus ;k
lWk¶Vos;j ds vixzM
s 's ku ds dkj.k vkids Qksu esa
laxgz hr MsVk gV ldrk gS- Ñi;k vius egRoiw.kZ Qksu
uacjksa dk cSdvi j[ks-a (fjax Vksu] 'kCn eSlt
s ] oWkbl esy]
fp= vkSj ohfM;ks Hkh gV ldrs ga-S )
MsVk dh gkfu ds fy, fuekZrk mRrjnk;h ugha gS-a
lkoZtfud LFkkuksa ij Qksu dk mi;ksx djrs le; Qksu
dks daiu eksM ij lsV djsa rkfd vU; yksxksa dks ijs'kkuh
u gksvius Qksu dks dku esa yxkrs le; bls vWku ;k vWkQ
ugha djs-a
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
,QMh, xkz gd v|ru
;w-,l- QwM ,aM Mªx ,MfefuLVª's ku lsVa j QWkj
fMokblsTk+ ,aM jsfM;ksykW ftdy gsYFk daT;+ ew j
dk eksckbZy Qksu ds ckjs esa v|ru1- D;k ok;jyl
s Qkus LokLF; ds fy, gkfudkjd gaS \
miyC/k oSKkfud lk{; ;g ugha crkrs fd ok;jysl Qksu ls
dksbZ LokLF; leL;k tqMh+ gS- gk¡ykfd] bldk Hkh dksbZ izek.k
ugha gS fd ok;jysl Qksu fcydqy lqjf{kr gS-a mi;ksx ds
nkSjku ok;jysl Qksu ekbØksoos jst
a esa fuEu jsfM;ks QzhDosl
a h
(vkj,Q) ÅtkZ mRlkftZr djrs gS-a LVSM
a ckW; eksM esa Hkh os cgqr
de vkj,Q mRlkftZr djrs gS-a vkj,Q dk Å¡pk Lrj LokLFk
dks izHkkfor (dksf'kdkvksa dks xeZ djds) dj ldrk gS] tcfd
fuEu Lrj dh vkj,Q ds laidZ ls dksbZ LokLFk lac/a kh nq"izHkko
Kkr ugha gS-a fuEu Lrj dh vkj,Q ds laidZ ds fy, gq, dbZ
v/;;ukas esa bldk dksbZ tSfod izHkko ugha ik;k x;k- dqN
v/;;u crkrs gSa fd blds dqN tSfod izHkko gks ldrs gS-a ]
ysfdu vU; vuql/a kkuksa ls bldh iqf"V ugha gqb-Z dqN ekeyksa
esa rks vU; vuql/a kkudrkZvksa dks ogh ifj.kke iqu% izkIr djus]
;k vfu;fer ifj.kkeksa dh otg ls dkj.k fu/kkZfjr djus esa
dfBukbZ vkbZ-
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s Qkus dh ljq {kk ds lca /a k eas ,QMh, dh D;k
Hkfw edk gaS \
dkuwu ds varxZr] ,QMh, miHkksDrk mRiknksa dh fcØh ls igys
lqj{kk leh{kk ugha djrk] tSlk fd ;g ubZ nokbZ;ksa ;k
fpfdRldh; midj.kksa ds lkFk djrk gS- fQj Hkh] ;fn ;g
ik;k tkrk gS fd ok;jysl Qksu mi;ksxdrkZ ds fy, ?kkrd
Lrj dh jsfM;ks QzhDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q) mRlkftZr djrk gS
rks ,tsl
a h dks dk;ZokbZ djus dk vf/kdkj gS- ,slh fLFkrh esa
,QMh,] LokLFk ds fy, Qksu ds [krjksa vkSj mldh ejEer]
cnyus ;k okil ysus dh lwpuk miHkksDrkvksa dks nsuk ok;jysl
Qksu fuekZrkvksa ds fy, vfuok;Z dj ldrk gS]a rkfd [krjk
lekIr fd;k tk lds- gk¡ykfd miyC/k oSKkfud vk¡dM+kas
ds vuqlkj ,QMh, dh ;s fu;ked dk;ZokbZ;k¡ vko';d ugha
gS]a fQj Hkh ,QMh, us Qksu m|ksx ls dbZ mik; viukus dk
vkxzg fd;k gS] ftlesa fuEu Hkh 'kkfey gS-a
• ok;jysl Qksu }kjk mRlkftZr vkj,Q ls laHkkfor tSfod
izHkkoksa ds fy, vuql/a kku esa lgk;rk nsuk• ok;jysl Qksu dks bl rjg fMtkbu djuk] ftlls
mi;ksxdrkZ ds fy, ,slk vkj,Q ,D;iksTk+ j U;wure fd;k
tk lds tks Qksu ds dk;Z djus ds fy, vko';d ugha gS]
vkSj
• ok;jysl Qksu ds ekuo LokLF; ij iM+us okys laHkkfor
izHkkoksa ij gj laHko tkudkjh ok;jysl Qksu ds
mi;ksxdrkZvksa dks miyC/k djkus esa lgk;rk djuk-
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,QMh,] la?kh; ,tsfa l;ksa ds varj ,tsl
a h dk;Zlewg ls lac)
gS tks la?kh; Lrj ij vkj,Q lqj{kk ds fofHkUu igyqvksa ij
lkeatL;iw.kZ iz;kl lqfuf'pr djus ds fy, mRrjnk;h gSbl dk;Zlewg esa fuEu ,tsfa l;k¡ gS-a
•
us'kuy baLVhV~;Vw QWkj vWkD;qi's kuy ls¶Vh ,aM gsYFk
•
,Uok;juesVa y izkVs Ds 'ku ,tsl
a h
•
vWkD;qi's kuy ls¶Vh ,aM gsYFk ,MfeuhLVs'ª ku
•
us'kuy VsyhdE;qfuds'kal ,aM bUQWkes'Z ku ,MfeuhLVª's k
us'kuy baLVhV~;Vw vkWQ gsYFk] dqN varj ,tsl
a h dk;Zlewg dh
xfrfof/kvksa esa Hkh Hkkx ysrh gS- ,QMh, QsMjy dE;qfuds'kal
deh'ku (,Qlhlh) ds lkFk ok;jysl Qksu ds fy, fu;ked
mRrjnkf;Roksa dk fuoZgu djrk gS-a ;g vfuok;Z gS fd la;Dq r
jkT; esa csps tkus okys lHkh Qksu vkj,Q ,Dlikstj dks
lhfer djus okys ,Qlhlh lqj{kk fn'kkfuns"Z kksa dk ikyu djs-a
,Qlhlh ok;jysl Qksu lac/a kh lqj{kk ds iz'uksa ds fy, ,QMh,
vkSj vU; LokLFk ,tsfa l;ksa ij fuHkZj gS-a
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3- bl v|ru dk fo"k; fdl id
z kj ds Qkus gaS \
;gk¡ ij ^^ok;jysl Qksu** dk vFkZ gS fcYV & bu ,aVhuk ;qDr
gSMgsYM ok;jysl Qksu] ftUgsa vkerkSj ij ^^lsy**] ^^eksckbZy**]
;k ^^ihlh,l** Qksu dgk tkrk gS- Qksu vkSj mi;ksxdrkZ ds
flj ds chp dkQh de varj gksus ds dkj.k bl izdkj ds
ok;jysl Qksu mi;ksxdrkZ dks jsfM;kss QzhDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q)
ds laidZ esa yk ldrs gS-a
;s vkj,Q ,Dlikstj QsMjy dE;qfuds'ku deh'ku ds lqj{kk
fn'kkfuns"Z kksa }kjk lhfer fd, x, gS]a tks ,QMh, vkSj vU;
la?kh; LokLF; o lqj{kk ,tsfa l;ksa dh lykg ij cuk, x, gS-a
tc Qksu mi;ksxdrkZ ls vf/kd nwj gksrk gS] rks vkj,Q
,Dlikstj vR;ar de gksrk gS D;ksfa d L=ksr ls nwjh c<+us ds
lkFk & lkFk O;fDr dk vkj,Q ,Dlikstj rsth ls de gksrk
tkrk gS- rFkkdfFkr ^^dWkMZyl
s Qksu** ftudh vk/kj bdkbZ
?kj esa VsyhQksu ok;fjax ls tqMh gksrh gS] os vR;ar de ÅtkZ
Lrjksa ij pyrs gSa ftlls mRlftZr vkj,Q ,Dlikstj
,Qlhlh lqj{kk lhekvksa ls dkQh de gksrk gS-a
,Qlhlh mu vk/kkj LVs'kuksa dk Hkh fu;eu djrh gS ftu ij
ok;jysl Qksu usVodZ dke djrs gS-a gkyk¡fd ;s vk/kkj LVs'ku
ok;jysl QksUl dh rqyuk esa gtkjksa xquk de gksrk gS-a
blfy, vk/kkj LVs'ku bl nLrkost dh lqj{kk lac/a kh ppkZ dk
fo"k; ugha gSRD6330
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
4- fiNys vul
q /a kkukas ds D;k ifj.kke gaS \
vc rd gq, vuql/a kkuksa ds ifj.kke fojks/kkHkklh gSa vkSj dbZ
v/;;uksa dh vuql/a kku i/nfr;ksa esa =qfV;k¡ jgh gS-a i'kqvksa ij
fd, x, ok;jysl Qksu ds jsfM;ks QzhDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q)
,Dlikstj izHkkoksa dk v/;;u djus okys iz;ksxksa ds fojks/kkHkklh
ifj.kke vk, gS-a ] ftUgsa vU; iz;ksx'kkykvksa es nksgjk;k ugha tk
ldrk- gkyk¡fd i'kqvksa ij fd, x, dqN iz;ksxksa ls ladrs
feyk gS fd de Lrj dk vkj,Q ,Dlikstj iz;ksx'kkyk ds
i'kqvksa ds dSl
a j dks c<+k ldrk gS- gkyk¡fd] ,sls dbZ v/;;u
ftuesa V~;ew j dk fodkl rst fn[kkbZ fn;k] ,sls i'kqvksa ij
fd, x, Fks ftUgsa tSo vfHk;kaf=d ;k dSl
a j iSnk djus okys
jlk;uksa ls mipkfjr fd;k x;k Fkk] tks fd vkj,Q
,Dlikstj dh vuqifLFkrh esa Hkh dSl
a j dk dkj.k gks ldrk
gS- vU; v/;;uksa esa i'kqvksa dks izfrfnu 22 ?kaVks rd vkj,Q
ds laidZ esa j[kk x;k Fkk] ;s fLFkfr;k¡ oSlh ugha gSa ftudk
lkeuk yksx ok;jysl Qksu dk mi;ksx djrs le; djrs gS]a
blfy, fu'pr #i ls ;g ugha dgk ldrk fd ,sls v/;;uksa
ds ifj.kke ekuo LokLFk ds fy, D;k vFkZ j[krs gS-a fnlacj
2000 ds ckn rhu cM+s bfiMfe;ksykW ftdy v/;;u izdkf'kr
gkss pqds gS-a v/;;uksa us ok;jysl Qksu ds mi;ksx vkSj izkjafHkd
efLr"d dSl
a j] Xyk;ksek] esfuaft;ksek] ;k ,dWkfLVd U;wjksek]
efLr"d dk V~;ew j ;k lykbojh XySM
a ] Y;wdfs e;k ;k vU;
dSl
a j ds chp laHkkfor lac/a kksa dh tk¡p dh- buesa ls fdlh
Hkh v/;;u ls ok;jysl Qksu ds vkj,Q ,Dlikstj ls ekuo
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LokLF; ij nq"izHkko ds ladrs ugha feyrs- gkyk¡fd] dksbZ Hkh
v/;;u nh?kZdkyhu ,Dlikstj lac/a kh iz'ukas ds mRrj ugha ns
ldrk] D;ksfa d bu v/;;uksa esa Qksu ds mi;ksx dh vkSlr
vof/k djhc rhu o"kZ Fkh5- ;g fu/kkfZ jr djus ds fy, fd ok;jyl
s Qkus ds vkj,Q
,Dlikt
s j LokLF; ds fy, [krjk gS ;k ugh]a fdl 'kk/s k dh
vko';drk gaS \
iz;ksx'kkyk v/;;uksa vkSj ok;jysl Qksu ds mi;ksxdrkZv
a ksa ds
bfiMfe;ksykW ftdy v/;;u dks feykus ij vko';d
tkudkjh feysxh- vkthou i'kq ,Dlikstj v/;;u dqN o"kksZa
esa iw.kZ gks ldrs gS-a gkyk¡fd] dSlj dh o`f) ds fo'oluh;
izek.k] ;fn gSa rks] nsus ds fy, cM+h la[;k esa i'kqvksa dh
vko';drk gksxh- bfiMfe;ksykW ftdy v/;;u ,slk MsVk
iznku dj ldrs gSa tks lh/ks ekuo tkfr ij ykxw gks]a ysfdu
dSl
a j tSls dqN LokLF; izHkkoksa lac/a kh iz'uksa ds mRrj nsus ds
fy, 10 ;k vf/kd o"kksZa dk QWkyks & vi vko';d gksxk- ,slk
blfy, D;ksfa d dSl
a j mRiUu djus okys dkjd ds ,Dlikstj
vkSj V;wej ds fodkl (;fn ,slk gksrk gS rks) ds chp dk le;
dbZ] dbZ o"kZ gks ldrk gS- ok;jysl Qksu ds nSfud mi;ksx
ds nkSjku okLrfod vkj,Q ,Dlikstj ekius esa gksus okyh
dfBukbZ;ksa ls bfiMfe;ksykW ftdy v/;;uksa dh O;k[;k
izHkkfor gqbZ ga-S bl eki dks dbZ dkjd izHkkfor djrs gS-a tSls
Qksu idM+us dk dks.k ;k mi;ksx fd, tk jgs Qksu dk eWkMy-
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6- ok;jyl
s Qkus vkj,Q ds LokLF; ij iMu+ s okys lHa kkfor
iHz kkokas ds ckjs eas vf/kd tkudkjh ds fy, ,QMh, D;k dj
jgk gaS \
jsfM;ksa QzhDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q) ds ,Dlikstj lac/a kh egRoiw.kZ
iz'uksa ds mRrj izkIr djus ds fy, mPp izkFkfedrk okys i'kq
v/;;u lqfuf'pr djus ds fy, ,QMh, }kjk ;w-,l-us'kuy
VWkfDldksykW th izkx
s kz e vkSj fo'o Hkj ds tk¡pdrkZvksa ds lewgksa
ds lkFk feydj dk;Z fd;k tk jgk gS-a 1996 esas oYMZ gsYFk
vWkxsuZ kbts'ku baVjus'kuy bysDVªkes XS usfVd QhYM~l (bZ,e,Q)
izkt
s Ds V ds vkjaHk ls gh ,QMh, blesa vxz.kh Hkkxhnkj jgk gS-a
bl dk;Z dk izHkkoh ifj.kke vuql/a kku vko';drkvksa ds fy,
,d foLr`r dk;Zlp
w h dk fodkl jgk gS ftlus fo'o Hkj esa
u, vuql/a kku dk;ZØeksa dh LFkkiuk djkbZ- izkt
s Ds V us bZ,e,Q
ekeyksa ij lkoZtfud tkudkjh nLrkostksa dh ,d J`[a kyk
fodflr djus esa Hkh enn dh gS-a
ok;jysl Qksu lqj{kk ij v/;;u djus ds fy, ,QMh, vkSj
lsY;qyj VsyhdE;qfuds'ku ,aM baVjusV ,lksfl,'ku
(flVhvkbZ,) ds chp ,d vkSipkfjd dksvkW ijsfVo fjlpZ ,aM
MsoyiesVa (lhvkj,Mh,) gqvk gS- ljdkj ds fo'ks"kKks]a m|ksxksa
vkSj 'kS{kf.kd laLFkkuksa ls tkudkjh ysdj ,QM, oSKkfud
ifjn`'; iznku djrh gS- lhVhvkbZ, izk;ksftr vuql/a kku Lora=
tWka pdrkZvksa ls vuqc/a k ds ek/;e ls pyk;k x;k gS-a izkjafHkd
vuql/a kku esa iz;ksx'kkyk v/;;u vkSj ok;jysl Qksu
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mik;sxdrkZvksa dk v/;;u 'kkfey gksxk- fo'o Hkj esa gq,
uohure vuql/a kku fodlksa ds lanHkZ esa lhvkj,Mh, vfrfjDr
vqula/kku vko';drkvksa dk O;kid ewY;kadu Hkh 'kkfey
djsxk7- e>
q s dl
S s irk pyx
s k fd vius ok;jyl
s Qkus ds mi;kx
s
ls e>
q s fdruk jfs M;ks ?Dol
as h ,Dlikt
s j fey jgk gaS \
la;Dq r jkT; esa csps x, lkjs QksUl dks QsMjy dE;qfuds'ku
deh'ku (,Qlhlha) ds fn'kkfuns"Z kksa dk ikyu djuk vko';d
gSa tks jsfM;ksa QzhDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q) ,Dlikstj dks lhehr
djrs gS-a ,Qlhlh us ;g fn'kkfuns"Z k ,QMh, vkSj vU; la?kh;
LokLFk o lqj{kk ,tsfa l;ksa ds ijke'kZ ds LFkkfir fd, gS-a
ok;jysl VsyhQksu ls vkj,Q ,Dlikstj dh ,Qlhlh lhek
1.6 oWkV izfr fdyksxkz e (1.6 okW@fdxzk) dh LisflfQd
,CtWkiZ'ku jsV (SAR) r; dh gS- ,Qlhlh lhek baLVhV;wV
vWkQ bysfDVªdy ,aM bysDVªkfW ud bathfu;fjax (vkbZbbZ bZ )Z vkSj
us'kuy dkmafly vWku jsfM,'ku izkVs Ds 'ku ,aM estjesVa }kjk
fodflr lqj{kk ekudks ds vuq#i gS ,Dlikstj lhek Årdksa
ls ml Å"ek fudkyusdh 'kkjhfjd {kerk tks ok;jysl Qksu
ls vo'kksf"kr dh tkrh gS] ds vk/kkj ij fuf'pr dh gkrh gS
vkSj ;g izHkkfor djus ds Lrj ls dkQh uhps lsV dh tkrh
gS- ok;jysl Qksu fuekZrkvksa dks Qksu ds gj eWkMy dk
vkj,Q ,Dlikstj dks crkuk gksrk gS- ,Qlhlh dh oscklkbZV
(http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/) vkids Qksu ij ,Qlhlh
igpku Øekad <q<a u+ s dk funs'Z k nsrh gS ftlls vki vWkuykbZu
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
lwph esa vius Qksu dk vkj,Q ,Dlikstj Lrj ns[k lds-a
8- ok;jyl
s QkUs l ls fudyus okyh jfs M;ks ?hz Dol
as h ÅtkZ
ekius ds fy, ,QMh, us D;k fd;k g\S
baLVhV~;Vw vkWQ bysfDVªdYl ,aM bysDVªkfW ud bathfu;lZ
(vkbZbb
Z bZ )Z ] us ,QMh, ds oSKkfudksa dh lgHkkfxrk o vxqokbZ
esa ok;jysl Qksu vkSj vU; ok;jysl gSM
a lsVl
~ ls ÅRlftZr
jsfM;ks ?zhDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q) ekius ds fy, ,d rduhdh
ekud fodlhr fd;k gS- ;g tk¡prk gS fd ok;jysl Qksu
mi;ksxdrkZvksa ds fljksa esa fdl nj ls vkj,Q tek gqbZ gS-a
bl tk¡p Ik)fr esa ekuo flj ls Ård mRçsjd ekWMy dk
mi;ksx fd;k tkrk gS- ekudhÑr ,l,vkj ijh{k.k Ik)fr ls
,d Qksu ij fHkUu ç;ksx'kkykvksa esa fd, tkus okys ekiuksa esa
dkQh ,d#irk vkus dh vis{kk gSA ,l,vkj lai.w kZ 'kjhj ;k
'kjhj ds NksVs vax }kjk Ård esa vo"kksf'kr ÅtkZ dh ek=k
dk ekiu gS-bls inkFkZ ds okWV@fdxzk- (;k fefyokWV@xzk-+) esa
ekik tkrk gS- bl eki dk mi;ksx ;g fu/kkZfjr djus ds fy,
fd;k tkrk gS fd dksbZ ok;jysl Qksu lqj{kk fn'kkfuns"Z kksa ds
vuq#i gS ;k ugha-
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s Qkus ls jfs M;ks ?hz Dol
as h ÅtkZ dk ,Dlikt
s j
?kVkus ds fy, eaS D;k dj ldrk g\¡w
;fn bu mRiknksa ls dksbZ [krjk gS Hkh & vkSj bl le; ge
ugha tkurs dh dksbZ [krjk gS Hkh ;k ugha & rks laHkor% ;g
cgqr de gSAa ysfdu ;fn vki laHkkfor [krjksa ls cpus ds
çfr fpafrr gS rks vki jsfM;ks ?zhDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q) dk çHkko
U;wure djus ds fy, dqN vklku dne mBk ldrs gS- pqd
¡ h
O;fDr dks fdruk ,DliksTk+ j feyrk gS] bldk lcls eq[;
dkjd le; gS] blfy, ok;jysl Qksu ds mi;ksx dh vof/k
?kVkdj vkj,Q ,Dlikstj ?kVk;k tk ldrk gS- ;fn vki
çfrfnu ok;jysl Qksu ls yach ckr djrs gSa rks vki 'kjhj
vkSj vkj,Q Lkzkrs ds chp T+;knk nwjh j[k ldrsa gS]a D;ksfa d
nwjh c<+us ds lkFk ,Dlikstj dk Lrj ukVdh; #i ls fxjrk
gS- mnkgj.k ds fy, vki ,d gSMlsV dk mi;ksx djds
ok;jysl Qksu dks 'kjhj ls nwj j[k ldrsa gS ;k fjeksV ,aVhuk
ls tqM+s ok;jysl Qksu dk mi;ksx dj ldrs gS- iqu%] oSKkfud
MsVk ;g ugha n'kkZrs fd ok;jysl Qksu gkfudkjd gS-a ysfdu
;fn vki bu mRiknksa ds vkj,Q ,Dlikstj ls fpafrr gSa rks
vki mijksDr mik; viukdj ok;jysl Qksu dk vkj,Q
,DliksTk+ j ?kVk ldrs gS-a
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10- ok;jyl
s Qkus dk mi;kx
s djus okys cPpkas ij D;k çHkko
gkx
s k\
11- ok;jyl
s Qkus fpfdRldh; midj.kkas eas D;k gLr{kis
djrk g\S
oSKkfud çek.k ok;jysl Qksu ds mi;ksxdrkZvksa ds fy, dksbZ
[krjk ugha crkrs] blesa cPpas vkSj fd'kksj Hkh 'kkfey gS-a ;fn
vki jsfM;ks ?hDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q) ,Dlikstj ?kVkus ds fy,
dne mBkuk pkgrs gSa rks mijksDr mik; ok;jysl Qksu dk
mi;ksx djus okys cPpsa o fd'kksj Hkh viuk ldras gS-a ok;jysl
Qksu ds mi;ksx dk le; de djds vkSj mi;ksxdrkZ o
vkj,Q Lkzkrs ds chp dh nwjh c<+kdj vkj,Q ,Dlikstj
?kVk;k tk ldrk gS- vU; jk"Vªh; ljdkjksa }kjk çk;ksftr dqN
lewgksa us lykg nh gSa fd cPpksa dks ok;jysl Qksu ds mi;ksx
ls jksduk pkfg,¡- mnkgj.k ds fy,] ;qukbVsM fdaXkMe ljdkj
us fnlacj 2000 esa ,d ,slk gh i=d ck¡Vk Fkk- mUgksus dgk
fd ,slk dksbZ çek.k ugha gS fd ok;jysl Qksu ds mi;ksx ls
czus V~;ew` j ;k vU; cwjs çHkko iM+ ldrs gS- cPpksa ds fy,
ok;jysl dk mi;ksx lhfer djuk flQZ lko/kkuh ds #i esa
mBk;k x;k dne Fkk( ;g fdlh oSKkfud çek.k ij vk/kkfjr
ugha Fkk ftlesa LokLF; ij cqjk çHkko IkM+us dh ckr gks-
ok;jysl Qksu dh jsfM;ks ?hDosl
a h ÅtkZ (vkj,Q) dqN
bysDVªkfW ud midj.kksa ls çfrfØ;k dj ldrh gS- blh dkj.k
ls ,QMh, us islesdlZ vkSj fMfQfczyVs lZ ds dk;Z esa ok;jysl
Qksu ls iM+us okyk bysDVªkes XS usfVd vojks/k (b,evkbZ) ekius
ds fy, ,d foLr`r tk¡p Ik)fr fodflr dh gS- ;g tk¡p
Ik)fr vc ,lksfl,'ku QkWj n ,MokalesVa vkWQ esfMdy
baLVªew Vas 's ku (,,,evkbZ) }kjk çk;ksftr ekud dk ,d Hkkx gS,QMh,] fpfdRldh; midj.k fuekZrkvksa vkSj dbZ vU; lewgksa
ds la;Dq r ç;klksa ls cuk vafre Mªk¶W V 2000 ds var iw.kZ gqvk
Fkk- bl ekud dh cnkSyr mRiknd ;s lqfuf'pr djsx
a s fd
islesdj vkSj fMfQfczyVs lZ ok;jysl Qksu bZ,evkbZ ls lqjf{kr
gS-a
,QMh, us gSM
a gsYM ok;jysl Qksu ls Jo.k ;a= esa iM+uos kys
vojks/k dh Hkh tk¡p dh gS vkSj baLVhV~;Vw vkWQ bysfDVªdy
,aM bysDVªkfW ud bathfu;lZ (vkbZbbZ bZ )Z }kjk çk;ksftr LoSfPNd
ekud fodflr djuks esa enn dh- ;g ekud Jo.k ;a= vkSj
ok;jysl Qksu ds fy, ifj{k.k fof/k;k¡ vkSj dk;Z{kerk
vko';drk,¡ crkrs gS rkfd tc O;Drh ,d lkFk ^^laxr**
Qksu vkSj ^^laxr** Jo.k ;a= mi;ksx djs rks dksbZ vojks/k u
vk,- ;g ekud 2000 esa vkbZbbZ bZ Z }kjk LohÑr fd;k x;k Fkk-
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lqj{kk vuqns'k
Okk;jysl Qksu ls vU; fpfdRldh; midj.kksa ij iM+us okys
çHkkoksa ij ,QMh, yxkrkj fuxjkuh j[k jgk gS- ;fn
gkfudkjd vojks/k mRiUu gksrk gS rks ,QMh, vojks/k dk
vkdyu djusa gsrq tk¡p djsxk vkSj leL;k ds lek/kku dk
ç;kl djsxk-
12- e>
q s vfrfjDr tkudkjh dgk¡ ls fey ldrh g\S
vfrfjDr tkudkjh ds fy, Ñi;k fuEu Lkzkrs ns[ksa %
•
ok;jysl Qksu ij ,QMh, dk osc ist
•
QsMjy dE;qfuds'kUl deh'ku (,Qlhlh) vkj,Q lqj{kk
dk;ZØe
•
baVjus'kuy deh'ku vkWu ukWu & vk;ukbfT+kx
a jsfM,'ku
çksVDs 'ku
(http://www.fda.gov/cellphones/)
(http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/)
(http://www.icnirp.de)
•
fo'o LokLF; laxBu (MCY;w,pvks) varjkZ"Vªh; bZ,e,Q
çkstDs V
(http://www.who.int/peh-emf/en/)
•
us'kuy jsfMvksykWftdy çksVDs 'ku cksMZ (;wd)s
(http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation/)
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