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Becker TG660 VHF Ground Transceiver Station Manual
VHF-Ground Station
TG660
Installation and Operation
Manual
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Preface
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing a Becker Avionics product. We are pleased that you have chosen our
product and we are confident that it will meet your expectations.
For development and manufacturing of our product, the guidelines for highest quality and reliability
have been borne in mind, supplemented by selection of high quality material, responsible production
and testing in accordance to the corresponding standards.
Our competent customer support department will respond on any technical question you may have.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.
VHF-Ground Station
TG660
design depends on variant
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List of Effective Pages and Changes
Only technical relevant modifications are described in this table.
Document:
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Introduction
Chapter 1 – 5
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Table of Contents
1
General Description .................................................................................................................... 11
1.1 Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 12
1.2 Purpose of Equipment................................................................................................................. 13
1.3 Variants Overview ....................................................................................................................... 13
Software Status ................................................................................................................. 13
1.4 Scope of Functionality ................................................................................................................. 14
Microphone Inputs ............................................................................................................ 14
Audio Outputs ................................................................................................................... 14
Side Tone Output .............................................................................................................. 14
HMI.................................................................................................................................... 14
Loudspeaker ..................................................................................................................... 14
Rear Panel ........................................................................................................................ 14
Self-Test ............................................................................................................................ 14
Options .............................................................................................................................. 15
1.5 Safety-Conscious Utilization ....................................................................................................... 15
1.6 Restriction for Use ....................................................................................................................... 15
1.7 Technical Data ............................................................................................................................ 16
General Characteristics .................................................................................................... 16
Receiver Data ................................................................................................................... 16
Transmitter Data ............................................................................................................... 17
Audio Output Data ............................................................................................................ 18
RoIP Interface ................................................................................................................... 18
Dimensions & Weight........................................................................................................ 18
Certifications ..................................................................................................................... 19
1.8 Order Code.................................................................................................................................. 20
TG660 ............................................................................................................................... 20
Accessories ....................................................................................................................... 20
Spare Parts ....................................................................................................................... 21
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Installation .................................................................................................................................... 23
2.1 Limitations ................................................................................................................................... 23
2.2 Packaging, Transport, Storage ................................................................................................... 24
2.3 Device Assignment ..................................................................................................................... 24
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 24
Additional Required Equipment ........................................................................................ 24
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 25
2.4 Mounting Requirements .............................................................................................................. 26
Grounding ......................................................................................................................... 26
Radio Frequency Radiation .............................................................................................. 26
Antenna Installation .......................................................................................................... 26
Lightning Protection .......................................................................................................... 27
2.5 Dimensions.................................................................................................................................. 27
TG660 ............................................................................................................................... 27
2.6 Connector Pin Assignments ........................................................................................................ 28
Connector MIC (Front) ...................................................................................................... 29
Connector Remote Control (Rear) .................................................................................... 29
Connector Record/DF (Rear) ............................................................................................ 30
Connector LINE / AUX (Rear) ........................................................................................... 31
Connector EXT. DC (Rear) ............................................................................................... 32
Connector AC/Line Power Supply (Rear) ......................................................................... 32
Reflectometer / RF Power Monitor ................................................................................... 33
2.7 Wiring .......................................................................................................................................... 33
Microphone Connection .................................................................................................... 33
Record/DF Connection ..................................................................................................... 33
LINE / AUX Connection .................................................................................................... 34
Auxiliary Voltage Output ................................................................................................... 35
2.8 Configuration via PC ................................................................................................................... 36
Preparing the PC .............................................................................................................. 36
Operating via PC............................................................................................................... 37
2.9 Post Installation Check ................................................................................................................ 38
Mechanical Installation and Wiring Check ........................................................................ 38
Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 38
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
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Receiver / Transmitter Operation ...................................................................................... 38
Antenna Check .................................................................................................................. 38
Operating Instructions ................................................................................................................ 39
In this chapter you can read about: ............................................................................................... 39
Device Description....................................................................................................................... 39
Device Assignment ........................................................................................................... 39
Packing, Transport, Storage ............................................................................................. 39
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 39
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 39
Controls and Indications .................................................................................................... 40
Start up ........................................................................................................................................ 41
Power ON .......................................................................................................................... 42
Power on Built In Test (PBIT)............................................................................................ 42
Operating ..................................................................................................................................... 43
Keypad .............................................................................................................................. 43
SPKR Key ......................................................................................................................... 44
Mode Key .......................................................................................................................... 44
SQL Key ............................................................................................................................ 45
PTT Key ............................................................................................................................ 45
Storage Procedure ............................................................................................................ 46
Operating via PC ......................................................................................................................... 47
Interface RoIP ................................................................................................................... 47
Menus ................................................................................................................................ 48
Selectable Frequencies ............................................................................................................... 49
Contact Data ................................................................................................................................ 50
Certificates ................................................................................................................................... 51
Certificate-Info ............................................................................................................................. 51
BAF Approval - TG660 ................................................................................................................ 52
EC Declaration of Conformity – TG660-05 ................................................................................. 54
EC Declaration of Conformity – TG660-10 ................................................................................. 56
CE Declaration of Conformity – TG660-25, TG660-50 ............................................................... 58
Approval - Telecommunication Office Italy – TG660-05, TG660-10 ........................................... 59
Index.............................................................................................................................................. 60
List of Figures
Figure 1: System: TG660 with "Radio over IP" (RoIP) Option ................................................................................ 15
Figure 2: Type Plate (Example).............................................................................................................................. 25
Figure 3: N-Surge-Suppressor: Lightning Protection.............................................................................................. 27
Figure 4: TG660 – Dimensions .............................................................................................................................. 27
Figure 5: TG660 Front Interface ............................................................................................................................. 28
Figure 6: TG660 Rear Interface ............................................................................................................................. 28
Figure 7: TG660 - Connector MIC (Front) .............................................................................................................. 29
Figure 8: TG660 - Connector Remote Control (Rear) ............................................................................................ 29
Figure 9: TG660 - Connector Record/DF (Rear) .................................................................................................... 30
Figure 10: TG660 - Connector LINE / AUX (Rear) ................................................................................................. 31
Figure 11: TG660 - Connector EXT. DC (Rear) ..................................................................................................... 32
Figure 12: TG660 - Connector AC/Line Power Supply (Rear)................................................................................ 32
Figure 13: PC configuration: LAN network ............................................................................................................. 36
Figure 14: PC configuration: IP-address, sub net mask ......................................................................................... 37
Figure 15: TG660 – Controls and Indications ......................................................................................................... 40
Figure 16: TG660 – Display after power on............................................................................................................ 42
Figure 17: TG660 – PBIT, 1.Step ........................................................................................................................... 42
Figure 18: TG660 – PBIT, 2.Step ........................................................................................................................... 42
Figure 19: TG660 – PBIT, 3.Step ........................................................................................................................... 42
Figure 20: TG660 – PBIT, 4.Step ........................................................................................................................... 43
Figure 21: TG660 – PBIT, 5.Step ........................................................................................................................... 43
Figure 22: TG660 – PBIT, 6.Step ........................................................................................................................... 43
Figure 23: Interface: TG660 Radio over IP............................................................................................................. 47
Figure 24: System page1 - Radio Settings ............................................................................................................. 48
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List of Abbreviations
List of Abbreviations
AC
Advisory Circular
Alternating Current
AF
Audio Frequency
AUX
Auxiliary
BAF
Bundesaufsichtsamt für Flugsicherung (Federal Supervisory Authority for Air
Navigation Services)
DC
Direct Current
ETSI
European Telecommunication Standards Institute
FAA
Federal Aviation Administration
GND
Ground
HMI
Human Machine Interface
I&O
Installation & Operation
ICAO
International Civil Aviation Organization
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
M&R
Maintenance & Repair
PBIT
Power-On Built In Test
PC
Personal Computer
PTT
Push to Talk
RX
Receive
SPKR
Speaker (Loudspeaker)
SQL
Squelch
TX
Transmit
VHF
Very High Frequency
VSWR
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
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Units
Units
A
Ampere
mA
Milliampere
°C
Degree Celsius
cm
Centimeter
dBm
Power Ratio In Decibel referenced to 1 mW
dB
Decibel
g
Gram
kg
Kilogram
kHz
Kilohertz
MHz
Megahertz
mm
Millimeter
Ohm (Ω)
Resistance
s
Second
V
Volt
mV
Millivolt
W
Watt
mW
Milliwatt
"
Inch
°
Angular degree
General Safety Definitions
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
Is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
Safety instructions (or equivalent) signs indicate specific safety-related
instructions or procedures.
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Disposal
The packaging material is inflammable, if it is disposed of improperly by
burning, toxic fumes may develop.
This product contains materials that fall under the special disposal regulation, which corresponds to
the EC directive for dangerous disposal material. We recommend disposing of the respective materials
in accordance with the respectively valid environmental laws.
Dispose circuit boards via a technical waste dump which is allowed to take on e.g. electrolytic
aluminium capacitors. Do under no circumstances dump the circuit boards with normal waste dump.
DO NOT throw the device(s) in municipal waste. This product has been
designed to enable proper reuse of parts and recycling. Check local regulations
for disposal of electronic products.
DO NOT throw the battery in municipal waste. The symbol of the crossed out
wheeled bin indicates that the battery should not be placed in municipal waste.
Information about where old batteries can be disposed free of charge is
available at your local authorities.
Warranty Conditions
User conversions and changes are not permitted
Any change made by the user excludes any liability on our part (excluding the work described in this
manual).
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The device must not be opened.
Do not make any modifications to the device, except for those described in the manual.
Make connections to the inputs, outputs and interfaces only in the manner described in the
manual.
Fix the devices according to the mounting instructions.
We cannot provide any guarantee for other mounting methods.
Conditions of Utilization
General introductory notes
With this device you bought a product which was manufactured and tested before delivery with the
utmost care.
Please take your time to read the following notes which you ought to follow closely during installation
and operation.
Otherwise all claims under the warranty will become void and a reduced service life or even damages
must be expected.
The user is responsible for protective covers and/or additional safety measures in
order to prevent damages to persons and electric accidents.
Additional Conditions of Utilization
Please refer to "Safety-Conscious Utilization", page 15.
Non Warranty Clause
We checked the contents of this publication for compliance with the associated hard and software. We
can, however, not exclude discrepancies and do therefore not accept any liability for the exact
compliance. The information in this publication is regularly checked, necessary corrections will be part
of the subsequent publications.
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Introduction
1
General Description
In this chapter you can read about:
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 12
Purpose of Equipment................................................................................................................. 13
Variants Overview ....................................................................................................................... 13
Software Status ................................................................................................................. 13
Scope of Functionality ................................................................................................................. 14
Microphone Inputs ............................................................................................................ 14
Audio Outputs ................................................................................................................... 14
Side Tone Output .............................................................................................................. 14
HMI.................................................................................................................................... 14
Loudspeaker ..................................................................................................................... 14
Rear Panel ........................................................................................................................ 14
Self-Test ............................................................................................................................ 14
Options .............................................................................................................................. 15
1.4.8.1 Internal Battery .......................................................................................................... 15
1.4.8.2 Radio over IP "RoIP" ................................................................................................. 15
Safety-Conscious Utilization ....................................................................................................... 15
Restriction for Use ....................................................................................................................... 15
Technical Data ............................................................................................................................ 16
General Characteristics .................................................................................................... 16
Receiver Data ................................................................................................................... 16
Transmitter Data ............................................................................................................... 17
Audio Output Data ............................................................................................................ 18
RoIP Interface ................................................................................................................... 18
Dimensions & Weight........................................................................................................ 18
Certifications ..................................................................................................................... 19
Order Code.................................................................................................................................. 20
TG660 ............................................................................................................................... 20
Accessories ....................................................................................................................... 20
Spare Parts ....................................................................................................................... 21
This manual describes the operation and installation of the TG660-XX VHF-Ground Stations. The
type plate on your device shows the information for identification purposes (see "Type Plate",
page 25).
Before starting operation of the device(s) please read this manual carefully, with particular attention to
the description referring to your device(s).
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Introduction
1.1
Introduction
TG660 is a VHF-transceiver. Depending on the variant, the TG660 is capable of delivering 6 W, 10 W,
25 W or 50 W power (RF-carrier) to an external antenna.
TG660 features:
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Voltage control: TG660 power supply logic is operating with AC-power by default.
After AC-power failed, the logic automatically switches over to external DC-power.
The moment AC-power becomes available the logic returns back to AC-power source.
TG660-25 and TG660-50 will draw current partially also from DC source in case both power
sources are connected.
Battery (option for 6 W and 10 W variants): An optional internal 12 VDC rechargeable
battery inside the TG660 provides power to continue operation with reduced RF power 6 W
over a certain time if AC and external DC supply voltage fail at the same time.
Radio over IP (option): This option allows the TG660 to be connected to a Local Area
Network and the radio communication is performed over IP. In addition this option provides
remote monitoring and control capabilities via a PC and a web browser.
TG660 has a user-friendly HMI; all main components are on the front panel.
o 2-line 16-character liquid-crystal display (LCD)
The selected frequency and operating status of the equipment, displayed on the LCD,
inform about the current operating mode.
o Several control elements (rotating knob and buttons),
enables the user to change operating modes or operating frequency. Standby switch
selected to “Standby” partially shuts down the TG660 internal power supply. Some
power supply circuits continue listening to the “Standby Switch” to repower the device
at any time.
The "ON/OFF" switch on the front panel switches the TG660 on and off.
TG660 VHF transceiver is protected against jammed transmit button or short circuit on the
PTT line.
TG660 VHF transceiver is protected against antenna mismatch.
For further descriptions we are also use the term TG660 instead writing the complete model number.
The manual “Installation and Operation (I&O) contains the following sections:
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Installation
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Operation
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Theory of Operation
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Maintenance and Repair
N/A
Illustrated Parts List
N/A
Modification and Changes
N/A
Circuit Diagrams
N/A
Certifications
X
Attachments
N/A
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1.2
Purpose of Equipment
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TG660 is a fixed station for voice communications in the VHF frequency range of
118.000...136.990 MHz with 25 kHz / 8.33 kHz channel spacing.
TG660 is useable on airports with different scale as a main transceiver or as a standby
device, as well as for special tasks within the scope of air traffic control.
Designed for mounting in 19" rack systems, or in ATC desks.
Operating with AC supply voltage from 100...230 V or with 24 VDC.
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1.3 Variants Overview
Within the part number, the meaning of "-XX " is:
TG 660 - XX
Identifier
Model Number
RF Output Power
05= 6 W
10= 10 W
25= 25 W
50= 50 W
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Available options:
Battery option and RoIP option, details see "Options" page 15.
Software Status
Descriptions see "Type Plate", page 25.
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Scope of Functionality
1.4 Scope of Functionality
Microphone Inputs
Several microphone inputs are available for:
• Standard microphone unbalanced, DC coupled and providing power supply for the mike.
• Dynamic mike input balanced.
• Symmetrical balanced input.
These microphone inputs connect to a dynamic volume compressor inside of the transceiver, which
keeps the modulation voltage constant ≥ 80% over a wide mike signal input voltage range.
Audio Outputs
TG660 has different outputs:
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Headphone output
Speaker output
Line out
Voice recorder
Side Tone Output
In transmit mode, the side tone signal is routed to the "Line out" and "Headphone output".
HMI
The TG660 HMI provides a LC Display, a keypad, various function switches and the volume control. In
addition, operation with a standard Web Browser via IP is provided (see "Radio over IP "RoIP",
page 15).
Loudspeaker
The loudspeaker, located behind the front panel, is switched off automatically during TX.
This avoids acoustic coupling between loudspeaker and the microphone.
Rear Panel
TG660 rear panel layout:
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Terminal for ground connection.
AC power connector with integrated ON/OFF switch and safety fuse.
Fuse 1 (DC extern input).
Fuse 2 (internal battery if installed) or Power Amplifier for TG660-25 and TG660-50.
DC extern socket (STAKEI 2 connector).
LAN socket (RJ45).
Remote connector (D-sub).
Record / DF connector (D-sub).
LINE / AUX connector (D-sub).
Antenna connection (N-Type).
Adjustments for internal reflectometer (TG660-25, TG660-50).
Self-Test
After power "ON" a system self-test is performed. Detected errors would be shown up on the display
otherwise the device changes into the last used operation mode.
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Restriction for Use
Options
Following options are available for theTG660 variants.
1.4.8.1
Internal Battery
An optional internal 12 VDC battery (rechargeable) inside the TG660 (only 6 W and 10 W variants)
provides power supply to continue operation over a certain time if AC and external DC supply voltage
fail at the same time.
Please note the TG660 functionality will be limited during operation in battery mode:
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1.4.8.2
Reduced RF power 6 W.
Limited remote operation available.
Radio over IP "RoIP"
The Radio over IP (RoIP) option provides the possibility to connect the desktop control heads via the
local area network (LAN) to the transceiver. Thus common infrastructure can be used and almost
unlimited distances can be bridged. As audio data and control data are transformed to TCP/IP over
Ethernet no degradation of voice quality is present. Furthermore, connections via the Internet can be
used.
Besides the voice communication also control signals are transferred via the LAN and thus provide
Remote Control & Monitoring functionality to the user. The configuration of the TG660 may be
changed via a web interface.
Voice Communication
LAN
Local Area Network)
TG660
with RoIP option
Remote Monitoring & Control
-Frequency selection
-Channel selection
-Status monitoring
-Configuration
Figure 1: System: TG660 with "Radio over IP" (RoIP) Option
1.5
Safety-Conscious Utilization
For safe operation of the product the following notes have to be observed:
1.6
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The installation may be carried out only by authorized personnel.
The country regulations always have to be observed.
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Use the product only within the specified conditions, see "Technical Data",
page 16.
Restriction for Use
The product is to be used inside the declared limits.
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Technical Data
1.7 Technical Data
General Characteristics
TG660
Specifications
Power supply (AC)
90...264 V, 47...63 Hz
Power supply (DC external)
24…29.8 V nominal
(21…24 V emergency voltage)
Frequency range
118.000...136.990 MHz
Channel spacing
8.33 / 25 kHz automatically selected
Number of channels
25 kHz channel spacing 760 (118.000…136.975)
8.33 kHz channel spacing 2280 (118.000…136.990)
Modulation type
AM
25 kHz 6K80A3EJN
8.33 kHz 5K00A3EJN
Warm up time
5s
Duty cycle
RX:TX = 4:1
Voice recorder output
-3 dBm, +3 / -12 dB @ 600 Ω, balanced
Temperature range
Operating:
Storage:
Humidity
48 h, 50 °C, 95% relative humidity, without condensation
-20...+55 °C
-55...+85 °C
Receiver Data
TG660 Receiver Data
Specifications
Sensitivity (Mod. depth 30%):
-101 dBm for a SINAD of 12 dB nominal
-107 dBm for a SINAD of 6 dB
(-101 dBm equals 1.993 µV; -107 dBm equals 1 µV)
Adjacent channel rejection
≥ 60 dB
Spurious response rejection
≥ 70 dB
Intermodulation response rejection
≥ 70 dB
Blocking or desensitisation
> 99 dB
Cross modulation rejection
≥ 95 dB
Harmonic Distortion (THD)
m = 30% ≤ 5%
m = 90% ≤ 10%
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Specifications
Effective bandwidth:
25 kHz channel spacing ± 8.5 kHz
8.33 kHz channel spacing ± 2.8 kHz
≤ 6 dB in range -101...-1 dBm
AGC characteristic
Audio frequency response:
25 kHz channel spacing -4 dB / +2 dB 300...3400 Hz relative to 1000 Hz
8.33 kHz channel spacing -4 dB / +2 dB 350...2500 Hz relative to 1000 Hz
Squelch operation
6 dB (S+N)/N up to 12 dB, adjustable by software setting,
override level -85 dBm
Audio noise
≥ 40 dB (S+N)/N
RF-input level range
-101 dBm up to 10 dBm
RF-dynamic range
6 dB AF variation for 100 dB RF variation
AF-AGC for 30% m 90%
max. 1.5 dB AF-level variation
Transmitter Data
TG660 Transmitter Data
Specifications
Carrier power
TG660-05:
TG660-10:
TG660-25:
TG660-50:
Frequency stability
≤ 1 ppm
Protection of the transmitter
VSWR = 6 without any damage
Modulation depth
≥ 85%
Modulation distortion
≤ 10%
≥6W
≥ 10 W
25 W, ± 1.5 dB
50 W, ± 1.5 dB
Audio frequency response
25 kHz channel spacing -4 dB / +2 dB in band 300...3400 Hz relative to 1000 Hz
≤ -25 dB above 5000 Hz
8.33 kHz channel spacing -4 dB / +2 dB in band 350...2500 Hz relative to 1000 Hz
≤ -25 dB above 3200 Hz
Adjacent channel power
60 dB (25 kHz)
50 dB (8.33 kHz)
AF-line input level
-20...10 dBm adjustable
AF-line input impedance
600 Ω ± 10%, balanced
Local mike sensitivity (dyn.)
2...10 mV @ 200 Ω, balanced
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Audio Output Data
TG660
Output power headphone
Specifications
≥ 100 mW @ 600 Ω
Output power loudspeaker
≥ 4 W sin@ 4 Ω
Output level nominal LINE_OUT AF
-53 dBm…10 dBm
Output level headphone, speaker
adjustable with volume potentiometer (-30...0 dBm)
Output level voice recorder
-60 dBm…7 dBm
AF-line output impedance
600 Ω +/- 10%, balanced
Local headphone output power
≥ 1.5 V @ 600 Ω, unbalanced, volume control via front
panel
Ext./int. speaker power
≥ 4 W sinus @ 4 Ω, volume control via front panel
RoIP Interface
TG660
Protocol
Specifications
TCP/UPD
AF transmission
PCM, 8 bit, 8 kbit/s, A-Law, G.711
Dimensions & Weight
TG660
Specifications
Dimensions H x W
case only: 86.5 x 428 mm (3.40 x 16.85 inch)
complete device 19": 88.1 x 482.6 mm (3.47 x 19 inch)
Mounting depth
280 mm (11.02 inch)
Mounting
in 19"rack systems or in ATC desks
Material
Aluminium housing
Surface treatment
Front plate powder coated RAL 7032
Weight
TG660-05, TG660-10 4.5 kg (9.92 lbs)
TG660-05, TG660-10 with internal battery 6.5 kg (14.33 lbs)
TG660-25, TG660-50 6.5 kg (14.33 lbs)
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Technical Data
Certifications
Certifications/Approvals applies only to:
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TG660-05 and TG660-10 used with transceivers GT6201-05-R and GT6201-10-R (details
see "Certificates", page 51).
Unauthorized changes or modifications to TG660 (GT6201-XX-R) may void the
compliance to the required regulatory agencies and authorization for continued
equipment usage.
Part Number
Article Number
Approval
TG660-05
0635.367-926
BAF - German Federal Supervisory Office for
Air Navigation Services
D-0046/2017
TG660-10
0635.375-926
BAF - German Federal Supervisory Office for
Air Navigation Services
D-0046/2017
GT6201-05-R
GT6201-10-R
0641.073-923
0641.081-923
BAF - German Federal Supervisory Office for
Air Navigation Services
D-0030/2014
Ministero Sviluppo Economico –
Dipartimento per le Comunicazioni
Registro ufficiale, Prot.n. 0041697-02/07/2014
BAF - German Federal Supervisory Office for
Air Navigation Services
D-0030/2014
Ministero Sviluppo Economico –
Dipartimento per le Comunicazioni
Registro ufficiale, Prot.n. 0041697-02/07/2014
TG660 and GT6201 meet the requirements of ETSI EN 300 676 regulations and is FCC certified
(FCC ID: 2AHX9TG660).
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Device
1
TG660-05, 19" Device ≥ 6 Watt RF Power Output
Article No. 0635.367-926
1
TG660-10, 19" Device, ≥ 10 Watt RF Power Output
Article No. 0635.375-926
1
TG660-25, 19" Device, 25 Watt RF Power Output
Article No. 0654.132-926
1
TG660-50, 19" Device, 50 Watt RF Power Output
Article No. 0649.252-926
Qty
Options
1
Internal battery option (12 V)
Article-No. 0640.131-958
1
Radio over IP "RoIP" option
Article-No. 0640.141-958
Accessories
Qty
Antenna, additional equipment
1
1A049, Antenna
Article-No. 0812.064-952
1
N-Surge Suppressor (lightning, overvoltage protection)
Article-No. 0600.891-277
1
Accessory Kit (for TG660-05, TG660-10)
Article-No. 0647.667-919
•
•
•
•
K-connector 3pol.
Power supply cable and connector
Fuse 5x20 T 2.5 A
Fuse 5x20 T 1.6 A
Qty
Cable connector
1
24 V cable connector
Article-No. 0724.890-277
1
N-Type antenna connector for RG213/214 coaxial cable
Article-No. 0716.502-277
1
D-sub 9pin (male), soldering version
Article-No. 0344.699-277
1
D-sub 15pin (male), soldering version
Article-No. 0726.303-277
1
D-sub 25pin (male), soldering version
Article-No. 0584.940-954
1
D-sub 9pin (male), crimp version
Article-No. 0820.970-277
1
D-sub 15pin (male), crimp version
Article-No. 0812.803-227
1
D-sub 25pin (male), crimp version
Article-No. 0584.983-954
Qty
Headsets, microphone
1
1PM012, Dynamic microphone with cable and 5-pole
DIN connector
Article-No. 0344.214-951
1
1PH028, Headset,
Article-No. 0860.557-951
1
• Dynamic microphone, 200 Ω
• Headphone 300 Ω, 5-pin DIN connector
1PH032, Headset,
Article-No. 0653.853-951
20
•
Dynamic microphone, 200 Ω
•
Headphone 600 Ω, 5-pin DIN connector
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1
TG660 Installation and Operation Manual, English
Article-No. 0639.583-071
Spare Parts
Qty
Battery
1
Battery, 12 V, 3.5 Ah, rechargeable
Qty
Fuse
1
Fuse 5x20 T 1.6 A (external power supply AC)
Article-No. 0762.751-392
1
Fuse 5x20 T 2.5 A (external power supply DC, internal battery)
Article-No. 0647.659-392
1
Fuse 5x20 T 15 A (external power supply DC, power amplifier)
Article-No. 0661.147-392
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2
Installation
This manual must be available close to the device during the performance of all tasks.
The installation of TG660 depends on the location and its equipment. Therefore, this section only
provides general information.
Careful planning should be applied to achieve the desired performance and reliability from the product.
Any deviations from the installation instructions prescribed in this document are under own
responsibility.
In this chapter you can read about:
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
Limitations ................................................................................................................................... 23
Packaging, Transport, Storage ................................................................................................... 24
Device Assignment ..................................................................................................................... 24
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 24
Additional Required Equipment ........................................................................................ 24
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 25
Mounting Requirements .............................................................................................................. 26
Grounding ......................................................................................................................... 26
Radio Frequency Radiation .............................................................................................. 26
Antenna Installation .......................................................................................................... 26
Lightning Protection .......................................................................................................... 27
Dimensions.................................................................................................................................. 27
TG660 ............................................................................................................................... 27
Connector Pin Assignments ........................................................................................................ 28
Connector MIC (Front) ...................................................................................................... 29
Connector Remote Control (Rear) .................................................................................... 29
Connector Record/DF (Rear) ............................................................................................ 30
Connector LINE / AUX (Rear) ........................................................................................... 31
Connector EXT. DC (Rear) ............................................................................................... 32
Connector AC/Line Power Supply (Rear) ......................................................................... 32
Reflectometer / RF Power Monitor ................................................................................... 33
Wiring .......................................................................................................................................... 33
Microphone Connection .................................................................................................... 33
2.7.1.1 Mike Connector (MIC) ............................................................................................... 33
2.7.1.2 External Microphone (LINE AUX )............................................................................. 33
Record/DF Connection ..................................................................................................... 33
2.7.2.1 AF Output to Voice Recorder .................................................................................... 33
2.7.2.2 Voice Recorder Control ............................................................................................. 34
2.7.2.3 Direction Finder Blank-Out ........................................................................................ 34
LINE / AUX Connection .................................................................................................... 34
2.7.3.1 PTT ............................................................................................................................ 34
2.7.3.2 External Speaker ....................................................................................................... 34
2.7.3.3 Headphone ................................................................................................................ 34
2.7.3.4 LINE IN / LINE OUT .................................................................................................. 35
2.7.3.5 SQL - LINE ................................................................................................................ 35
2.7.3.6 Input PTT MIKE_EXT (HI/LO) ................................................................................... 35
Auxiliary Voltage Output ................................................................................................... 35
Configuration via PC ................................................................................................................... 36
Preparing the PC .............................................................................................................. 36
Operating via PC............................................................................................................... 37
Post Installation Check ................................................................................................................ 38
Mechanical Installation and Wiring Check ........................................................................ 38
Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 38
Receiver / Transmitter Operation ...................................................................................... 38
Antenna Check ................................................................................................................. 38
2.1
Limitations
•
TG660 is designed for mounting in 19" rack systems or in ATC desks.
Unauthorized changes or modifications may void the compliance to the required
regulatory agencies and authorization for continued equipment usage.
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2.2
Packaging, Transport, Storage
Visually inspect the package contents for signs of transport damage.
The packaging material is inflammable, if it is disposed of improperly by burning,
toxic fumes may develop.
The packaging material can be kept and reused in the case of a return shipment. Improper or faulty
packaging may lead to transport damages.
Make sure to transport the device always in a safe manner and with the aid of suitable lifting
equipment if necessary. Do never use the electric connections for lifting. Before the transport, a clean,
level surface should be prepared to place the device on. The electric connections may not be
damaged when placing the device.
First Device Checkup
•
•
•
Check the device for signs of transport damages.
Please verify if the indications on the type plate correspond to your purchase order.
Check if the equipment is complete ("Scope of Delivery", page 24).
Storage
If you do not wish to mount and install the device immediately, make sure to store it in a dry and clean
environment. Make sure that the device is not stored near strong heat sources and that no metal
chippings can get into the device.
2.3
Device Assignment
This manual is valid for the following devices and its options
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•
•
•
TG660-05
TG660-10
TG660-25
TG660-50
Scope of Delivery
•
•
•
Manual
o Installation & Operation
Device in accordance with your order
Device accessories
o Mains cord (AC connection)
o Cable connector 24 V
o Spare fuses
Additional Required Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Antenna
N-Surge Suppressor (recommended)
Mounting material
Connector kits
Cable harness
Microphone
Headphone or speaker
Details see "Accessories", page 20.
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Type Plate
The device type is defined by the type plate (on the housing):
Example:
Figure 2: Type Plate (Example)
Explanation:
P/N:
Example Type designation: TG660-10
TG660: 19" VHF Ground Transceiver Station
Variants:
-05:
6 Watt Transceiver
-10:
10 Watt Transceiver
-25:
25 Watt Transceiver
-50:
50 Watt Transceiver
Options:
 Battery:
Internal battery option
 RoIP:
Radio over IP option
S/N:
Unique number of the particular device
A/N:
Article number
Change
Index:
Number of changes/modifications
Software
Corresponding to the displayed version
Compliance and Certifications
Corresponding to the displayed text and logos
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2.4
Mounting Requirements
For safe operation of the product the following notes have to observed:
•
The installation may be carried out only by authorized personnel. The
country regulations always have to be observed.
•
Use the product only within the specified conditions, see "Technical Data",
page 16.
•
The device must not be opened.
•
TG660 generates only limited heating, thus requiring no specific cooling
system. However, consider sufficient space for convection at installations
in a rack or a controller desk.
•
When performing maintenance/installation work, always disconnect the
system from the power supply grid (mains voltage).
•
Stay always in a sufficient distance to the antenna avoiding been exposed
to higher RF radiation during TX operation.
Grounding
TG660 must be connected to the grounding point of the building.
The grounding terminal is located on the rear side, of the TG660 (marked grounding symbol).
•
•
Connect this terminal directly to the next potential equalisation rail or grounding point of the
building.
Wire cross section: recommended 6 mm2, coloured green/yellow.
Make sure that the grounding contact area is adequate and that the connection has
low resistance and low inductance. Never use a grounding point on paint-coated
surfaces!
Radio Frequency Radiation
Use only antenna systems which are qualified for operation in ATC mobile communications service.
And for which the radio frequency radiation hazard awareness operations and maintenance personal
is provided.
The station may become a cause of radio frequency radiation hazard if installation
incorrectly, not grounded, or if used with unapproved antenna systems.
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•
For safety reasons the antenna system should be installed only by
qualified personnel.
•
Correct installation and grounding of the antenna system is an essential
precondition for trouble free operation of the VHF ground station.
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Lightning Protection
Install a lightning protection element in the antenna coaxial cabling to protect the station from lightning
strike or static discharge at the antenna.
•
•
Connect the grounding terminal of the lightning protection element to the potential
equalization rail of the building or any other low impedance ground.
Use an adequately sized cable.
Figure 3: N-Surge-Suppressor: Lightning Protection
2.5
Dimensions
TG660
Dimensions mm (inch)
W1
D
H1
H2
W2
design depends on variant
Figure 4: TG660 – Dimensions
Dimensions TG660
H1
(height)
86.5 mm (3.40 inch)
W1
(width)
428 mm (16.85 inch)
H2
(height)
88.1 mm (3.47 inch)
W2
(width)
482.6 mm (19 inch)
D
(depth)
280 mm (11.02 inch)
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2.6 Connector Pin Assignments
A
B
F
D
I
G
H
C
E
design depends on variant
Figure 5: TG660 Front Interface
Variant
Function
A Loudspeaker
all
all
B Volume
all
C Microphone connector
all
D Display
all
E Keys+LEDs: SPKR, MODE, SQL, PTT
all
F Key block: numbers and functions
all
G AC/DC LEDs
all
H Standby switch
TG660-25, -50
I VSWR LED (antenna mismatching = lights up)
1
3
5
4
6
8
7
2
12
11
10
9
design depends on variant
Figure 6: TG660 Rear Interface
Variant
all
Function
1 Ground terminal
Type
M4 screw with nut
all
2 AC connector, ON/OFF switch + LED
Main plug power supply (integrated
ON/OFF switch and safety fuse)
all
3 Fuse external DC power supply
see "Spare Parts", page 21
TG660-05, -10
4 Fuse internal battery
see "Spare Parts", page 21
TG660-25, -50
4 Fuse power amplifier (PA)
all
5 DC extern connector
STAKEI 2
all
6 LAN connector
RJ45
all
7 Remote connector
D-sub 9pin (female)
all
8 Record/DF connector
D-sub 15pin (female)
9 LINE/AUX connector
D-sub 25pin (female)
10 Antenna
N-Type
all
all
TG660-25, -50 11 FWD. REV (Reflectometer)
Potentiometer (factory calibration only)
TG660-25, -50 12 Fan
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Connector MIC (Front)
Figure 7: TG660 - Connector MIC (Front)
Pin
Name
Description
1
GND
AF Signal Ground, Mike Shield and Return for PTT
2
MIKE HI
Microphone AF Signal HI
3
HEADPHONE
Headphones AF Signal HI
4
MIKE LO
Microphone AF Signal LO
5
PTT
PTT Switch Input
Connector Remote Control (Rear)
Figure 8: TG660 - Connector Remote Control (Rear)
Pin
Name
Description
1
RX-
RS422 Data line
2
TX-
RS422 Data line
3
RX+
RS422 Data line
4
TX+
RS422 Data line
5
Shield
GND
6
NC
not connected
7
NC
not connected
8
NC
not connected
9
NC
not connected
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Connector Record/DF (Rear)
Figure 9: TG660 - Connector Record/DF (Rear)
Pin
Name
Description
1
DF_BL (HI)
DF Blank (HI)
2
DF_BL (LO)
DF Blank (LO)
3
GND
Ground
4
VR_Out (HI)
Voice Recorder out (HI)
5
VR_Out (LO)
Voice Recorder out (LO)
6
GND
Ground
7
NC
Not connected
8
VR_Act (HI)
Voice recorder control active (HI)
9
VR_Act (LO)
Voice recorder control active (LO)
10
NC
not connected
11
NC
not connected
12
NC
not connected
13
NC
not connected
14
NC
not connected
15
NC
not connected
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Connector LINE / AUX (Rear)
Figure 10: TG660 - Connector LINE / AUX (Rear)
Pin
Name
Description
1
DC Out
Auxiliary voltage output 12 V, max 1 A
2
DC GND
Auxiliary voltage ground
3
Line Out (HI)
AF output 0 dBm 600 Ω
4
Line Out (LO)
AF output 0 dBm 600 Ω
5
PTT Line (HI)
PTT activation
6
SQL Line (HI)
Squelch output HI
7
Line IN (HI)
AF input 0 dBm 600 Ω
8
Line IN (LO)
AF input 0 dBm 600 Ω
9
Line IN (C)
AF input transformers centre connection
10
RX_AGC
Receiver audio gain control output
11
Mike EXT (Std)
External microphone input Electret
12
Mike EXT (Dyn) External microphone input Dynamic
13
Chassis
Chassis ground
14
PTT Line (LO)
PTT activation LO
15
SQL Line (LO)
Squelch output LO
16
Line Out (C)
Line Out transformer centre connection
17
PTT ext. (HI)
External PTT HI
18
PTT ext. (LO)
External PTT LO
19
NC
not connected
20
AF GND
AF ground
21
SPK (HI)
Loudspeaker signal
22
SPK GND
Loudspeaker ground
23
Error (HI)
Error detection, potential-free
24
Error (LO)
Error detection, potential-free
25
Chassis
Chassis ground
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Connector EXT. DC (Rear)
NC
24 V
GND
Figure 11: TG660 - Connector EXT. DC (Rear)
•
•
Connect the 24 VDC supply cable to this socket.
Use a cable of ≥1.5 mm2.
Connector AC/Line Power Supply (Rear)
Figure 12: TG660 - Connector AC/Line Power Supply (Rear)
•
•
The AC/Line panel provides a socket to connect 220V/115V.
Additionally, an ON/OFF switch to disconnect AC power from all TG660 circuits.
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The TG660 power supply logic operates with AC power by default. After
AC power failed, the logic automatically switches over to DC power.
TG660-25/50 will draw current partially also from DC source in case both
power sources are connected.
An optional internal 12 VDC rechargeable battery, installed inside the
TG660-05/10, provides the power to continue operation of the TG660 in case
AC and DC supply voltage fails at the same time.
During battery operation the TX power of a 10 W transceiver will be reduced
to 6 W (emergency operation).
In battery mode the TG660 will operate for around 4 h (duty cycle 20%), if the
battery is fully loaded. However, the operational time is strongly dependent
on its utilization.
The capacity of the battery is reduced over its lifetime, which depends on
various factors (e.g. number of cycles, storage/operating temperature, etc.).
Check the operational time of the battery regularly to ensure that the capacity
of the battery is sufficient for its application. Otherwise the battery needs to
be replaced.
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Reflectometer / RF Power Monitor
RF power monitor is continuously monitoring the forward and reflected power. In case of antenna
mismatch the VSWR LED lights up (LED at the front panel). The RF power monitor limits are
calibrated at the factory.
If VSWR LED lights up – please check antenna cabling.
2.7
Wiring
Installation of the device(s) varies according to mounting location and equipment
design. It is therefore only possible to provide general guidelines in this section.
Microphone Connection
2.7.1.1
Mike Connector (MIC)
The microphone connection "MIC" is foreseen connecting dynamic microphones by default, carbon
microphone operation available from configuration only.
The signals "MIKE (HI)" and "MIKE (LO)" are the balanced AF inputs of the TG660
Input impedance
200 Ω,
nominal input voltage 10 mV.
MIKE (HI)
Pin 2
Microphone AF signal
MIKE (LO)
Pin 4
Microphone AF signal
2.7.1.2
External Microphone (LINE AUX )
The TG660 allows the connection of an external microphone (connector LINE / AUX). If respectively
configured the microphone amplifier can operate with both, standard carbon- or dynamic mike.
Microphone Selection
The microphone type can be selected via the web browser connection. Adjustment of input levels and
priority for connected microphones also provided.
Standard (carbon) Microphone
For operation with standard microphone (carbon) the station has a balanced input with input
resistance 150 Ω and nominal sensitivity 250 mV. 12 VDC power for standard microphones provided
via a feed resistor 470 Ω.
Dynamic Microphone
For operation with dynamic microphone, the station has a balanced input with an impedance of 200 Ω
input resistance and a nominal sensitivity of 2 mV.
Record/DF Connection
2.7.2.1
AF Output to Voice Recorder
TX side tone and RX AF signals from the ground station are present at this output.
The output is galvanically decoupled from housing and internal signal ground.
Nominal load resistance
600 Ω
Nominal output level
VR_OUT (HI)
VR_OUT (LO)
547 mV @600 Ω
Audio to Voice Recorder
Audio to Voice Recorder
Pin 4
Pin 5
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2.7.2.2
Voice Recorder Control
This signal provides control of the voice recorder.
Maximum switching current
20 mA. Voltage drop at 20 mA not more than 1 V.
Maximum switching voltage
+65 V (optically-isolated contact)
The switch closes, either if TX is active or if RX squelch is open. This means, both transmit and
receive signals are recorded if a voice recorder is connected.
VR_ACT (HI)
VR_OUT (LO)
2.7.2.3
Pin 8
Pin 5
Voice Recorder Activation Control
Voice Recorder Activation Control
Direction Finder Blank-Out
The switching output provides automatic control to blank-out during transmit the Direction Finder
(blanks out Direction Finder during transmission).
The switch (optically-isolated contact) is closed if TX is active.
Maximum switching current
20 mA. Voltage drop at 20 mA not more than 1 V.
Maximum switching voltage
+65 V
DF_BL (HI)
Pin 1
DF Blanking Signal
DF_BL (LO)
Pin 2
DF Blanking Signal
LINE / AUX Connection
2.7.3.1
PTT
"PTT LINE" (HI/LO) - (optically decoupled PTT input, active @12 V ±1 V). If 12 VDC applied to this
input, TX activates and TX modulation input of the transceiver switches internally to "LINE IN" input.
PTT LINE (HI)
Pin 5
PTT connection, HI
PTT LINE (LO)
Pin 14
PTT connection, LO
2.7.3.2
External Speaker
TG660 allows connection of an external loudspeaker.
•
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•
•
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•
2.7.3.3
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•
The external loudspeaker must be connected to pin 21 "SPK HI" (+) and pin 22 "SPK GND"
(-) of the "LINE AUX" connector.
The cable length between speaker and connector shall be ≤ 3 m.
The output is not galvanically decoupled.
The "SPKR" (GND) lead connects internally to signal ground.
The output "SPKR" (HI) has coupling capacitor, connected internally, in series.
The max. output power is 4 W at 4 Ω.
Headphone
Connect only headphones with an impedance of 600 Ω and a nominal input power of
100 mW to the headphone output on the front plate.
This output is not galvanically decoupled.
The "VOL" knob on the front panel allows control of audio loudness.
Phone
Pin 3
Headphones AF signal
GND
Pin 1
Signal ground
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LINE IN / LINE OUT
"LINE IN" input is a balanced AF input.
An AF transformer decouples galvanically from housing and internal signal ground.
Nominal load resistance
600 Ω
Nominal output level
0 dBm @600 Ω
PTT control and CALL indication provided by using the center tap without additional control lines.
LINE IN (HI)
Pin 7
AF Signal from Communication Equipment
LINE IN (LO)
Pin 8
AF Signal from Communication Equipment
LINE IN (C)
Pin 9
Centre Tap of "LINE_IN" input
The LINE OUT output is a balanced AF output.
The "RX AF" signal from the station is present at this output.
By an AF transformer "LINE OUT" signal galvanically decouples from housing and internal signal
ground.
Nominal load resistance
600 Ω
Nominal output level
0 dBm @600 Ω
LINE OUT (HI)
Pin 3
AF Signal from Communication Equipment
LINE OUT (LO)
Pin 4
AF Signal Communication Equipment
LINE OUT (C)
Pin 16
Centre Tap of "LINE OUT" output
2.7.3.5
SQL - LINE
The "SQL LINE" (HI/LO) is an optical-isolated switching control line.
The signal HI/LO indicates the presence of received RF signal.
RX squelch is open if the switch is closed. This signal provides indication of a call on remote
communication equipment.
Maximum switching current
20 mA. Voltage drops at 20mA not more than 1 V
Maximum switching voltage
65 V
SQL LINE (HI)
Pin 6
CALL Indicator
SQL LINE (LO)
Pin 18
CALL Indicator
2.7.3.6
Input PTT MIKE_EXT (HI/LO)
"PTT MIKE_EXT" (HI/LO) - (optically decoupled PTT input, active @12 V ±1 V). If 12 VDC applied to
this input, TX activates and TX modulation input of the transceiver switches internally to "MIKE_EXT"
input.
PTT ext. (HI)
Pin 17
PTT for external MIKE
PTT ext. (LO)
Pin 18
PTT for external MIKE
Auxiliary Voltage Output
The auxiliary voltage output is suitable for supply the optical isolated applications (connector LINE /
AUX).
Output voltage
12 V @1 A max.
DC out
Pin 1
Auxiliary voltage output 12 V, max 1 A
DC GND
Pin 2
Auxiliary voltage ground
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2.8
Configuration via PC
The access for configuration and operation of one or several TG660 via PC is provided by a web
browser based solution, no local software installation is required.
Preparing the PC
To be able to access the web interface of the TG660, a PC has to be configured properly.
Ex factory, the network address of the TG660 is as follows:
•
•
IP address: 192.168.16.191
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
The configuration of the network settings works similarly under Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. The
following examples are for Win7. If you encounter any network problems, you might have to contact
your local network administrator. If you do not know the IP address of your TG660 you can restart the
radio to display the IP address in LCD.
Figure 13: PC configuration: LAN network
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•
•
•
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Open Control Panel (via the "Start" menu) and choose "View network status and tasks" (via
"Network and Internet").
On the following screen click on "LAN connection" (highlighted yellow).
On the next screen "LAN connection status", click on "Properties" (you need administrator
rights here), to get to the window "Properties of LAN connection".
Choose "TCP/IP(v4)" and again click on "Properties".
On screen "Properties of TCP/IP(v4)" choose "Advanced..." and click "Add..." in the
IP address area.
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In the appearing input screen (see image) the first three numbers of the IP address must be
chosen analogously to the TG660 address.
o Each IP may only appear once in a given network, the fourth number must be different
from the TG660 (0-254, not 191).
The subnet mask is set to 255.255.255.0 as for the TG660.
Confirm your input with "Add" and
Close all previously opened screens with "OK" or "Close".
Figure 14: PC configuration: IP-address, sub net mask
In case the first 3 numbers of your PC's standard IP address are already 192.168.16.XXX, you can
skip the previous steps, but you have to take care that no other device with the IP 191 (4th number) is
connected to the network during configuration. In more sophisticated network architectures the range
192.168.16.XXX could also be already used in another network segment.
This kind of problems can be completely avoided if TG660 and PC are connected to a separate
network hub or switch, which is solely used for that purpose.
Operating via PC
For details about operating via PC please see "Operating via PC", page 47.
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Post Installation Check
2.9
Post Installation Check
Once the device(s) is installed completely do a test procedure to verify system functionality. Ensure
compliance with authority required procedures. These sub-chapters provide guidance for such tests.
Mechanical Installation and Wiring Check
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•
Verify all cables are securely fixed and shields connected properly to signal ground.
Verify all screws are tight and check if all connections are mechanically secured.
Power Supply
•
Check the external DC connection and confirm correct polarity.
Receiver / Transmitter Operation
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Perform a voice communication test over a distance of at least 5km..
Speak loud to the microphone and keep it always close to the lips, otherwise ambient noise
can be intrusive and make understanding difficult.
Use only microphones or headsets, which are suitable for ground-stations. Incoming
radiation on the equipment antenna can affect the integrated amplifier of the microphone
(feedback). This is noticeable in the station by whistling and/or heavy distortion. The
described disturbances can occur in different ways on different transmit channels.
Transmit buttons can stick or TX line is short circuited thus causing continuous carrier signal
on the active channel. Therefore ensure that the display (sign “”) disappeared when the
“TX” button is released.
Antenna Check
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Check the VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio) over the complete frequency band (e.g. by
using a VHF Reflection-Coefficient Meter).
The VSWR ratio should be less than 2:1 and is not acceptable when exceeding 3:1.
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Operating Instructions
In this chapter you can read about:
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
In this chapter you can read about: ............................................................................................... 39
Device Description ...................................................................................................................... 39
Device Assignment ........................................................................................................... 39
Packing, Transport, Storage ............................................................................................. 39
Scope of Delivery .............................................................................................................. 39
Type Plate ......................................................................................................................... 39
Controls and Indications ................................................................................................... 40
3.1.5.1 User Interface ............................................................................................................ 40
3.1.5.2 Description of Displayed Information......................................................................... 41
Start up ........................................................................................................................................ 41
Power ON ......................................................................................................................... 42
Power on Built In Test (PBIT) ........................................................................................... 42
Operating..................................................................................................................................... 43
Keypad .............................................................................................................................. 43
SPKR Key ......................................................................................................................... 44
Mode Key .......................................................................................................................... 44
3.3.3.1 Channel Mode ........................................................................................................... 44
3.3.3.2 Status of Supply Voltages ......................................................................................... 45
SQL Key............................................................................................................................ 45
PTT Key ............................................................................................................................ 45
Storage Procedure ............................................................................................................ 46
Operating via PC ......................................................................................................................... 47
Interface RoIP ................................................................................................................... 47
Menus ............................................................................................................................... 48
Selectable Frequencies ............................................................................................................... 49
Contact Data ............................................................................................................................... 50
3.1
Device Description
TG660 is a fixed station for voice communications in the VHF frequency range of
118.000...136.990 MHz with 25 kHz / 8.33 kHz channel spacing.
Device Assignment
This manual is valid for the following devices:
•
See page 24
Packing, Transport, Storage
•
See page 24
Scope of Delivery
•
See page 24
Type Plate
•
See page 25
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Controls and Indications
3.1.5.1
User Interface
A
B
D
F
I
G
H
C
E
Figure 15: TG660 – Controls and Indications
Description
Function
A Loudspeaker
Internal loudspeaker
B VOL (knob)
Adjustment of loudspeaker volume.
C MIC (connector)
Connection of a dynamic hand mike or a head set.
D Display
LCD output device to display information, see "Description of Displayed
Information", page 41.
E SPKR (key+LED)
Switching "ON/OFF" the internal and external loudspeaker.
LED: Lights up when the internal speaker is enabled.
MODE (key+LED)
Selection of modes:
•
Normal operating mode (frequency selection via keypad)
•
Channel mode (selection of predefined channels)
•
Several long presses on the “MODE” key show the status of
different supply voltages (e.g. radio, DC-internal and optional
battery).
LED: Lights up when the system self-test detects an error.
SQL (key+LED)
Switching "ON/OFF" the squelch function. Access to the SQL threshold
settings.
LED: Lights up during receive of a signal.
LED is blinking when SQL is disabled.
PTT (key+LED)
Switching from voice reception mode to transmit mode.
LED: Lights up during the transmit mode.
LED is blinking until keying interrupts.
F Numerical keypad
Use key "E" to confirm keypad entries.
Use key "S" for storage operations.
Use keys "0...9" for numerical inputs.
G AC / DC LEDs
Indicate which supply voltage is available.
H STANDBY (switch) Switching "ON/OFF" the TG660.
I
VSWR LED
Indicates antenna mismatching (TG660-25, TG660-50 only)
The device detects a:
"Long press": when pressing a key for at least 1 second.
"Short press": any pressing below 1 second.
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3.1.5.2
Description of Displayed Information
The display can show various information and symbols in two lines.
Indication / Information
Description
in lower line
Shows:
•
in upper line
Shows:
•
Symbol: 
Transmit mode (PTT active)
Shows:
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Symbol: battery
Internal DC supply voltage and optional battery voltage
(if a battery is installed, otherwise shows 00.0 V)
Shows:
•
Symbol: 
Active transmit/receive frequency
Receive signal detected
Shows:
• Battery voltage status
The ‘X’ in the battery symbol indicates no battery option installed.
Not shown on configuration pages.
Examples:
Shown is:
•
Preset frequency (first row).
•
Active transmit/receive frequency (second row).
Shown is:
•
Active transmit/receive frequency
• Status of the battery
The ‘X’ in the battery symbol indicates no battery option installed.
Shown is:
•
Radio Voltage
•
Active transmit/receive frequency
Shown is:
•
Voltage of the internal battery (optional battery).
•
Active transmit/receive frequency
Shown is:
3.2
•
Radio power supply voltage
•
Voltage of the internal battery
•
Active transmit/receive frequency
Start up
The TG660 power supply logic is operating with AC-power by default.
After AC power failed, the logic automatically switches over to DC power. The moment AC power
becomes available the logic returns back to AC power source.
An optional internal 12 VDC battery inside the TG660, if installed, could provide power for continued
operation over a certain time if AC and DC supply voltage would fail at the same time.
After a changeover from AC to DC power or vice-versa, the station is operable with the same functions
and settings as before.
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Power ON
Use STANDBY switch to power ON the TG660.
•
•
The Logo "Becker Avionics" is displayed for 2 s.
LED "AC" and "DC" lights up depending on power supply source.
Power on Built In Test (PBIT)
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PBIT starts a display dimming test from minimum to maximum brightness.
After the dimming test "Becker Avionics and TG660" appears for 2 s on the display.
Figure 16: TG660 – Display after power on
•
1.Step:
•
PBIT starts the next test; various steps run through from first to final step in a 2 s interval.
The top line can show different information.
The bottom line shows the last used frequency.
Figure 17: TG660 – PBIT, 1.Step
2.Step:
•
•
•
Shows a sample of the top line with the last used mode after a power cycle.
Depending on customers last used mode different information can appear.
The top line shows the status of the optional internal battery, if installed.
If not installed, the battery symbol is crossed out.
o During battery detection voltage counts down until 0 volts.
Figure 18: TG660 – PBIT, 2.Step
3.Step:
Shows figures of the IP address in the top line.
Figure 19: TG660 – PBIT, 3.Step
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4.Step:
Shows figures of the subnet mask in the top line.
Figure 20: TG660 – PBIT, 4.Step
5.Step:
Shows the port number in the top line
Figure 21: TG660 – PBIT, 5.Step
6.Step:
Shows the display in last used mode which become active after the PBIT is
completed successful.
Figure 22: TG660 – PBIT, 6.Step
Note:
3.3
After successful PBIT the device comes back to the setting before powered off.
Operating
Keypad
Use keypad for changing the frequency.
• Type in all 6 digits of the desired frequency
•
Confirm the input with key "E"
Only 25 / 8.33 kHz frequencies are accepted (details see "Selectable Frequencies"
page 49.
If the frequency is not included in the 25 / 8.33 kHz channel spacing the upper line
blinks.
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SPKR Key
Switching "ON/OFF" the internal and external loudspeakers. SPKR key LED lights up when the
internal speaker is enabled.
Press SPKR key 1st time (short press).
• Internal speaker is switched on
•
SPKR key LED is on
Press SPKR key 2nd time (short press).
• Internal speaker is switched off
•
SPKR key LED is off
Press SPKR key (long press).
• External speaker is switched on
Press SPKR key again (long press).
• External speaker is switched off
Note:
•
It is also possible to switch on both, internal and external
speaker.
•
The status of the external and internal speaker is shown
for approx. 1 s.
•
The internal loudspeaker switch off automatically during
TX. This avoids acoustic coupling between loudspeaker
and microphone, which can cause acoustical feedback.
Mode Key
Selection of modes:
•
Normal operating mode (frequency selection via keypad).
•
Channel mode (selection of predefined channels).
•
Status of different supply voltages (e.g. radio, DC-internal and optional battery).
3.3.3.1
Channel Mode
Press MODE key (short press).
• A channel input field is generated.
Note: the editable field appears after input of the first digit.
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Type in the desired channel number e.g. 02.
•
Confirm the input with key "E".
•
The frequency is stored in channel "CH02".
•
After pressing key "E" the display shows the "new" stored
channel frequency.
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3.3.3.2
Status of Supply Voltages
Press MODE key 1st time (long press).
The upper line of the display changes.
Shown is:
•
Radio Voltage
Press MODE key 2nd time (long press).
The upper line of the display changes.
Shown is:
•
Voltage of the internal battery (optional battery).
Press MODE key 3rd time (long press).
The upper line of the display changes.
Shown is:
•
Radio power supply voltage
•
Voltage of the internal battery.
SQL Key
Switching "ON/OFF" the squelch function to suppress the sound of channel noise. Adjustment of the
SQL threshold settings.
Symbol: 
Press SQL key (short press).
• Switches the SQL function "ON/OFF".
SQL function "ON":
•
LED is on during receive of a signal.
Symbol  is displayed.
SQL function "OFF":
•
LED is blinking.
Press SQL key (long press)
• Activates the SQL threshold setting function.
o Press key "S" to decrease threshold.
o Press key "E" to increase threshold.
• Next short press returns the TG660 into the previous
mode.
PTT Key
Press PTT key (Press-to-Talk) to switch from voice reception mode to transmit mode.
Symbol: 
Press PTT key (press and hold).
• Activates the transmit mode.
•
PTT key pressed: LED is on. Symbol  is displayed.
•
Ready to transmit messages.
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PTT key not pressed: LED is blinking.
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the transmitter shuts down automatically.
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Storage Procedure
Non-volatile memory for storing:
•
99 channels are available for the manually storage of frequencies.
Press key "S" to get in "Standard Mode".
• The indicated frequency is provided to store.
Channel02 already used
•
Type in the desired channel number e.g. 02.
Note: the editable field appears after input of the first digit.
Overwrites already used channels with the new frequency!
• Press key "E" to confirm the input.
•
The frequency is stored in channel "CH02"
Channel02 free
"Chan. free" behind the channel number identifies vacant
channel numbers.
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•
Confirm the input with key "E"
•
The frequency is stored in channel "CH02"
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3.4
Operating via PC
Interface RoIP
Each TG660 in the application must have a separate IP address and can operate and be configured
via PC.
First steps:
• Open the web browser on the PC.
• Type in the IP address and call up the web interface.
• Login with user name and password.
Default:
User name:
tg660
Password:
radio
• Ready to operate with the called TG660.
Figure 23: Interface: TG660 Radio over IP
The interface consists of 3 basic parts:
1 Header (blue) includes information about:
• Web interface tool, version, network settings, ...
•
Device type, IP address, ...
•
Menu bar (System, Application, Reboot, Update)
2 Functions, settings (white) provides information/operations about:
• System settings
•
Applications
•
Reboot process
•
Update process
3 Description (gray) includes information about:
• Support and instructions according to the called menu page.
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Menus
The menu "System" consists of different pages + Info
•
•
•
•
•
•
Page1: This page is used for radio settings (frequencies, channels, squelch).
Page2: This page is used for global network settings.
Page3: This page is used for settings for remote console connections.
Page4: This page shows current status of radio.
Page5: This page is used for security settings.
Page Info: This page provides information about the selected connection and debug, syslog
messages.
Figure 24: System page1 - Radio Settings
The menu "Application" consists of three pages
•
•
•
Page1: This page is used for PTT sources, priority and monitoring
Page2: This page is used for AF level settings.
Page3: This page is used for configurations for display brightness, key press duration,
threshold for warnings, ....
The menu "Reboot" consists of one page
•
•
"Reboot": reboots the device. All settings will be reinitialized.
"Factory defaults": Device will be reset to factory default settings and rebooted.
The menu "Update" consists of one page
•
Note:
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"Upload": use this function for updates of the web configuration interface.
Updates are only necessary if they are requested from Becker Avionics.
New software releases would be provided to authorized dealers only.
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3.5
Selectable Frequencies
The table shows the relation between the real operating frequency and the selected frequency
according to international standards. (refer to: EUROCAE ED-23C, chapter 1.3.2, or corresponding
ICAO publications).
Channel Name
Channel Frequency
Channel Spacing
118.000
118.0000 MHz
25 kHz
118.005
118.0000 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.010
118.0083 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.015
118.0166 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.025
118.0250 MHz
25 kHz
118.030
118.0250 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.035
118.0333 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.040
118.0416 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.050
118.0500 MHz
25 kHz
118.055
118.0500 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.060
118.0583 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.065
118.0666 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.075
118.0750 MHz
25 kHz
118.080
118.0750 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.085
118.0833 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.090
118.0916 MHz
8.33 kHz
118.100
118.1000 MHz
25 kHz
...
...
...
136.975
136.9750 MHz
25 kHz
136.990
136.9916 MHz
8.33 kHz
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Contact Data
3.6
Contact Data
In case of additional questions contact your local Becker Avionics dealer or forward your request direct
to Becker Avionics "Customer Service".
In the event of damage or a defect, the entire device must be returned for repair. The repair must be
performed by trained Becker Avionics personnel.
For relevant department and addresses, please see contact info page 2.
User Conversions and Changes are Not Permitted
Any change performed by the user excludes any liability on our part (excluding excluding the work
described in this manual).
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Certificates
BAF Approval - TG660
4
Certificates
In this chapter you can read about:
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.1
Certificate-Info ............................................................................................................................. 51
BAF Approval - TG660 ................................................................................................................ 52
EC Declaration of Conformity – TG660-05 ................................................................................. 54
EC Declaration of Conformity – TG660-10 ................................................................................. 56
CE Declaration of Conformity – TG660-25, TG660-50 ............................................................... 58
Approval - Telecommunication Office Italy – TG660-05, TG660-10 ........................................... 59
Certificate-Info
For detailed information about approvals and certification please see "Certifications", page 19.
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4.3
54
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4.5
58
CE Declaration of Conformity – TG660-25, TG660-50
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4.6
Approval - Telecommunication Office Italy – TG660-05, TG660-10
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5
Index
Abbreviations .................................................. 7
Accessories .................................................. 20
Additional Conditions of Utilization ................. 9
Additional Required Equipment .................... 24
Conditions of Utilization .................................. 9
Connector Pin Assignments ......................... 29
Controls and Indications ............................... 40
Device Assignment ....................................... 39
Dimensions ................................................... 27
Grounding ..................................................... 26
Interface RoIP ............................................... 47
Keypad .......................................................... 43
LAN connection ............................................ 36
Lightning Protection ...................................... 27
Long press .................................................... 40
Mode Key ...................................................... 44
Mounting ....................................................... 26
Non Warranty Clause ..................................... 9
N-Surge-Suppressor ..................................... 27
PTT Key ........................................................ 45
Radiation ....................................................... 26
Radio over IP .......................................... 14, 15
RoIP ........................................................ 14, 15
Selectable Frequencies ................................ 49
Short press .................................................... 40
Spare Parts ................................................... 21
SPKR Key ..................................................... 44
SQL Key ........................................................ 45
Start up .......................................................... 41
Status of Supply Voltages ............................. 45
Storage Procedure ........................................ 46
Type Plate ..................................................... 25
Units ................................................................ 8
User Interface................................................ 40
Variants Overview ................................... 13, 14
Warranty Conditions ....................................... 9
We reserve the right to make technical changes.
The data correspond to the current status at the time of printing.
© by Becker Avionics GmbH / all rights reserved
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