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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DUAL BAND
FM TRANSCEIVER
IC—-3210A
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Icom Inc.
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1 FEATURES... ......................
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FOREWORD
Thank you for purchasing the IC-3210A/E DUAL BAND
FM TRANSCEIVER from Icom.
Please read this instruction manual thoroughly before
operating your new IC-3210A/E. For further information,
please feel free to contact your nearest Icom Dealer or
Service Center.
UNPACKING
Accessories included Qty.
@ DCpowercable........ aaa aa ae 4 ooo oe 1
@ Mobile mounting БгасКет .. .. . ...... 2..2... .... 1
3 Mountingsupportbracket. . . .. ................ 1
@ Angle bracket ....... 022222244464 2 4 0 0 0 00 0 1
6 Microphone* .... 2202000240 14 0 0 2 4 4 0 44 0 6 0 00 1
® Mounting bracket screws. .. ..... 2204244 4445000 0 4
@ Mounting screws (M5 x 12) .. .. 1... 222444424000 00 4
Spring washers (M5) . ......... ao aaa ea 4
@ Flat washers (M5). .... 1.220222 44 44 4 0 6 4 4 0 ea 4 0 4
Mounting self-tappingscrews . . . . ............... 4
AD Nuts (M5)... ... ._—. e... ense ee ee ee ee ee 4
M Screws (M3 x 6). . . .. 1220244 6424440 0 0 8 0 01 0 0 2
@ Cablelugs ......2020 002 02 2 11 4 4 1140 6 ano 2
(Y External speaker plug. .. .. .. 1.222002 11121 1400 1
1) Fuses (15A) .... 1122000022 2 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 4 14 0 404 6 2
Microphone hanger ...... 220220 244444 oro ooo 1
* HM-12 (supplied with IC-3210A, Australia version)
HM-14 (supplied with IC-3210A, U.S.A. version)
HM-15 (supplied with 1C-3210E)
TWO BANDS IN A
COMPACT BODY
FULL DUPLEX
CAPABILITY
SIMPLE PANEL DESIGN
20 DOUBLE-SPACED
MEMORY CHANNELS
THREE SCANS
PRIORITY WATCH
POCKET BEEP
MONITOR FUNCTION
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FEATURES 7
The IC-3210A/E gives you 2 m and 70 cm in one
compact body. Operate two bands with one trans-
ceiver. The built-in duplexer allows one-antenna
operation.
Transmit on one band and receive on the other
and you're operating with full duplex. Working
full duplex is as easy as talking on the telephone.
The front panel is very simple: there are only three
controls and eleven switches. The simple design
makes operation easy — even when driving.
The IC-3210A/E has 20 double-spaced memory
channels. One space stores an operating fre-
quency as well as all information required to work
a repeater. When not working a repeater, the other
space stores a frequency to be used for full duplex.
Up to 40 channels can be used for simplex.
The IC-3210A/E has three scans: programmed
scan, memory scan and selected band memory
scan. Using the memory channel skip function,
any number of memory channels can be skipped
during a scan.
Every five seconds, priority watch monitors
another band VFO, a call channel, a memory
channel, or all memory channels in succession
while you work on the operating frequency.
When the UT-40 (sold separately) is installed, the
transceiver functions as a pager. When a received
tone frequency equals the tone you've set, an
alarm of 30 seconds is emitted over the speaker.
This is especially convenient for busy schedules,
etc.
The monitor function opens the squelch (also the
tone squelch when the UT-40 is installed) without
you rotating the [SQL/MONITOR] control.
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2-1 FRONT PANEL
TRANSMIT INDICATOR [TX]
Lighted when transmitting. (p. 13)
RECEIVE INDICATOR [RX]
Lighted when the squelch is open. (p. 12)
TUNING CONTROL
Changes the operating frequency (p. 11), the me-
mory channel (p. 18) and the contents of the SET
mode displays (p. 10).
LOCK SWITCH [LOCK]
Deactivates the tuning control and locks some
switches. (p. 27)
VFO/MEMORY SWITCH [VFO/M]
Accesses the VFO or the memory mode. (p. 18)
CALL CHANNEL SWITCH [CALL]
Accesses and leaves the call channel. (р. 17)
BAND SELECTOR SWITCH [BAND]
Selects either VHF or UHF. (p. 11)
TUNING STEP SWITCH [TS]
Sets the tuning step at 1 MHz. (p. 11)
PRIORITY WATCH [PRIO]
Turns priority watch ON and OFF. (p. 25)
TRANSMIT POWER SWITCH [HI/LO]
Sets the transmit power to 5 W or 25 W. (p. 13)
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PANEL DESCRIPTION 2
POWER SWITCH/VOLUME CONTROL
[ON/VOL]
Turns the power ON and OFF, and adjusts speaker
volume (p. 12).
DUPLEX SWITCH [DUP]
Selects simplex, —duplex, +duplex or full duplex.
(pgs. 14, 16)
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PUSH-ON/VOL
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TONE SWITCH [T/T.SQL]
Turns ON the subaudible tone encoder. (p. 14)
Selects UT-40 TONE SQUELCH UNIT functions.
(p. 29)
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SET MODE SWITCH [SET]
Accesses the SET mode and advances the SET mode
displays. (p. 10)
Programs a channel to be skipped during a memory
scan. (p. 24)
MEMORY WRITE SWITCH [MW]
Writes a memory channel (p. 18); transfers the con-
tents of a memory channel to the VFO (p. 19); pro-
grams a call channel (p. 17).
MICROPHONE CONNECTOR (p.5)
SQUELCH CONTROL/MONITOR SWITCH
[SQL/MONITOR]
Sets the squelch threshold level. (p. 12)
Opens the squelch while pushed. (p. 12)
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2 PANEL DESCRIPTION
2-2 FUNCTION DISPLAY
DUPLEX INDICATOR
"DUP—” or “DUP” appears when
semi duplex is selected for repeater
operation. (p. 14)
SPLIT INDICATOR
“SPT' appears when full duplex is
selected. (p. 16)
"PRIORITY INDICATOR
Appears during priority watch opera-
tion. (p. 25)
TONE INDICATOR
“TONE” appears when the tone
encoder is turned ON. (р. 14)
“SQL” appears when the UT-40 (sold
— separately) “pocket beep’’ function is
activated. (p. 29)
“TONE SQL” appears when the
UT-40 (sold separately) tone squelch
function is activated. (p. 29)
FREQUENCY READOUT
Displays the operating frequency
(except during the SET mode).
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TUNING STEP INDICATOR
Appears when a 1 MHz tuning step is
selected with the [TS] switch. (p. 11)
LOW POWER INDICATOR
Appears when low power is selected
with the [HI/LO] switch. (p. 13)
S/RF INDICATOR
Displays the strength of a received
signal. (p.12)
Displays relative output power selec-
tion when transmitting. (p. 13)
MEMORY INDICATOR
Appears when the memory mode is
(p. 18)
selected with the [VFO/M] switch.
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MEMORY CHANNEL
READOUT
Displays the memory channel number.
(p. 18)
Displays “C” when the call channel
mode is selected with the [CALL]
switch. (p. 17)
Displays “L” when the lock function
is activated with the [LOCK] switch.
(p. 27)
SKIP CHANNEL INDICATOR
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programmed to be skipped during a
memory scan. (p. 24)
2-3 REAR PANEL
PANEL DESCRIPTION 2
EXTERNAL SPEAKER JACK
POWER RECEPTACLE
Accepts 13.8V DC with the supplied DC
“cable. (p. 7)
4 ~ 8 Q speaker jack.
ANTENNA CONNECTOR
Connects a 50 © dual-band antenna with
a PL-259 connector to the transceiver.
(p. 8)
DFREQUENCY UP/DOWN
SWITCHES [UP] [DN]
Push either switch to change the operat-
ing frequency or a memory channel.
(p. 11)
Push and hold either switch to start
scanning. (pgs. 20 ~ 23)
@PTT SWITCH
Push and hold to transmit. (p. 13)
3) UP/DOWN ON/OFF SWITCH
Deactivates the [UP] [DN] switches.
@DTMF KEYBOARD (HM-14 only)
Produces DTMF signals when the PTT
switch is pushed. (p. 14)
6) TONE CALL SWITCH (HM-15 only)
Push and hold to transmit a 1750 Hz
tone signal. (p. 14)
eMIC CONNECTOR (Front panel view)
DMIC INPUT
2+8V DC OUTPUT
®FREQ UP/DOWN
® AF OUTPUT
@ GND (Microphone ground)
®GND (PTT ground)
®PTT
@T.SQL BUSY OUT
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Bl 3 INSTALLATION
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(1) LOCATION
Select a location for the transceiver that does not
interfere with driving in any way. We recommend
the locations shown in the diagram below.
LOCATION NEVER place the transceiver in direct sunlight.
NOTES: NEVER place the transceiver where normal operation
of the vehicle may be hindered or where it could
cause bodily injury.
DO NOT place the transceiver where hot or cold air
blows directly on it.
(2) MOUNTING
After mounting the transceiver, be sure all screws
have been tightened.
© MOUNTING THE TRANSCEIVER
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Drill four holes where the mounting
bracket is to be installed.
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approx. 5.5 ~ 6 mm when using nuts.
approx. 2 ~ 3 mm when using self-
tapping screws.
Insert the supplied screws, nuts and
washers through the mounting bracket
and tighten.
If the mounting location is not flat, use
the supplied mounting bracket.
Adjust the angle for the clearest view
of the function display.
INSTALLATION 3
(3) BATTERY CONNECTION
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Supplied DC
power cable
Fuses (15A)
12V DC power cable
CONNEC- DO NOT connect the transceiver to a 24 V battery.
TION DO NOT use the cigarette lighter socket for power
NOTES: connections.
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To prevent voltage drops, solder or crimp the cable
lag when connecting the power cable to the battery.
(4) EXTERNAL POWER Use a 13.8 V DC power supply with more than
SUPPLY
8 A, such as the PS-45 AC POWER SUPPLY.
When using the transceiver as a base station, be
sure the power supply is grounded. Use the
heaviest gauge wire or strap available and make the
connection as short as possible.
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3 INSTALLATION
(5) ANTENNA A duplexer is built-in, enabling you to use a dual
LOCATION band antenna.
To obtain maximum performance from the trans-
ceiver, select a high-quality antenna and a good
location for it.
Trunk-mount antenna
Roof-mount antenna
(Drill a hole or use a magnetic mount.) NS
Gutter-mount antenna———
Bumper-mount antenna
(Best location for long whip antennas.)
(6) ANTENNA Use a PL-259 antenna connector.
CONNECTOR
1) Slide the coupling ring over the coaxial
cable. Strip only the cable jacket and
soft solder.
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2) Strip the cable as shown at left. Tin
the center conductor and the entire
length of the exposed braid.
3) Slide the connector body over the cable
and solder as shown at left.
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4) Screw the coupling ring onto the con-
(1 inch = —
25.4mm) / / / o nector body.
(7) DUPLEXER You can use a dual band antenna because a du-
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external duplexer must be connected when using
separate antennas for each band.
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MODE CONSTRUCTION 4 HR
The IC-3210A/E has 4 different modes on each
band for versatile, multi-function operations.
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working a repeater, the other space stores a fre-
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BASIC OPERATION D IR
Frequencies can be set with the tuning control or
the microphone [UP] [DN] switches.
1) Push [ON/VOL] to turn ON the power.
2) If “M” or “C” appears on the function display
push [VFO/M] to select the VFO mode.
3) Push [BAND] to select VHF or UHF.
4) Rotate the tuning control or push the [UP] or
[DN] switch on the microphone to change the
frequency.
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IC-3210E : 12.5 or 25 kHz
e Select a tuning step in the SET mode as
described below.
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independently.
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IC-3210E tuning steps or vice-versa, reset the
CPU (p. 32).
5) Push [TS] for a 1 MHz tuning step.
e “TS” appears when the 1 MHz step is selected.
e The tuning control changes the frequency in
1 MHz steps. [UP] and [DN] on the micro-
phone do not.
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The display shows the
25 kHz tuning step.
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the VFO mode.
2) Push [BAND] to select VHF or UHF.
3) Push [SET] until “TS” flashes on the func-
tion display as shown at left.
4) Rotate the tuning control for the desired
tuning step.
5) Push [VFO/M] to return to the V FO made.
D BASIC OPERATION
5-2 RECEIVING
1) Power ON.
5) Set freq. 2) Adjust audio.
4) Select band. 3) Adjust SQL.
6) Push for monitor.
1) Push [ON/VOL] to turn ON the power and
rotate [SQL/MONITOR] maximum counter-
clockwise.
2) Rotate [ON/VOL] to the desired audio level.
3) Rotate [SQL/MONITOR] to the squelch
threshold point.
4) Push [BAND] to select the desired band (VHF
or UHF).
5) Set the desired frequency with the tuning con-
trol or the microphone [UP] [DN] switches.
eWhen a signal is received, audio is emitted
from the speaker and the S/RF indicator dis-
plays the relative signal strength.
6) Push [SQL/MONITOR] to operate the monitor
function, if desired.
9-3 TRANSMITTING
1) Select simplex.
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3) Push.
5) Release.
BASIC OPERATION 5
frequency before transmitting.
1) If “SPT,” “DUP—” or “DUP” appears on the
function display, push [DUP] until it disappears.
2) Push [HI/LO] to select the output power.
eHIGH : 25W
LOW : BW (“LOW” appears on the func-
tion display.)
3) Push and hold the [PTT] switch on the micro-
phone to transmit.
eThe [TX] indicator lights and the S/RF in-
dicator shows relative output power selection.
4) Speak into the microphone using your normal
voice level.
e Do not hold the microphone too closely to
your mouth or speak too loudly. This may
distort the signal.
5) Release [PTT] to receive.
5 BASIC OPERATION
5-4 REPEATER OPERATION
1) Select duplex.
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3) Check Tx freg.
When working a repeater, set the transceiver to
duplex. To access the repeater with a tone, see
below.
1) Push [DUP] once for —duplex and again for
+duplex.
e “"DUP—” or “DUP” appears on the function
display.
“DUP—” Transmit freg. =
Receive freg. — Offset freg.
“DUP” Transmit freq. =
Receive freq. + Offset freq.
e The VHF and UHF offset frequencies are
independently programmed.
2) Push [PTT] to transmit on the repeater input
2) Transmit. frequency.
e When a tone is required to access the repeater,
see below.
3) To check the transmit frequency (repeater
input frequency) while receiving, push
[SOL/MONITOR].
e The squelch or the tone squelch opens.
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TONE (Europe version) (U.S.A. version)
Push [T/T.SQL] to turn
the subaudible tone en-
coder ON and OFF.
T/T.SQL
“TONE” appears on the
function display.
Push and hold the [TONE]
switch on the microphone
for about 1 ~ 3 seconds to
transmit a 1750 Hz tone,
While pushing the [PTT]
switch, push the required
keys on the microphone.
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BASIC OPERATION 5
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TONE SETTING
The display shows
that the subaudible
tone frequency is
88.5 Hz.
Select one of 38 CTCSS tone frequencies for
some repeater operation. When UT-40 is in-
stalled, select one of 37 encoder/decoder fre-
quencies.
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the V FO mode.
2) Push [BAND] to select the VHF or UHF.
3) Push [SET] until “TONE” flashes on the
function display as shown at left.
4) Rotate the tuning control to select the desired
tone frequency.
5) Push [VFO/M] to return to the VFO mode.
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The display shows
that the offset fre-
quency is 600 kHz
(0.6 MHz).
When duplex operation has been selected, the
transceiver transmits on a frequency equal to the
receive frequency plus or minus the offset
frequency.
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the VFO mode.
2) Push [BAND] to select VHF or UHF.
3) Push [SET] until “DUP” flashes on the
function display as shown at left.
4) Rotate the tuning control to select the desired
offset frequency.
5) Push [VFO/M] to return to the V FO mode.
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6-1 FULL DUPLEX
Full duplex operation refers to simultaneous
receiving and transmitting.
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2) Set Tx freq.
3) Set Rx freq. 4) Select SPT.
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1) Select VFO.
5) Transmit.
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the VFO mode.
2) Set the desired transmit band and frequency.
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3) Push [BAND] and set the receive frequency.
4) Push [DUP] until “SPT” appears on the func-
tion display.
5) Push [PTT] to transmit.
e The transmit frequency is displayed.
eWhen transmitting, a signal on the receive
frequency is heard over the speaker.
6) Both frequencies can be written into one
memory channel. Full duplex can be used on a
memory channel (p. 19).
6-2 CALL CHANNEL MODE
The call channel can be used to store your group
frequency or most often used frequency.
RELATED FUNCTIONS 6
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In CALL CHANNEL mode
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1) Choose VHF or UHF with [BAND].
2) Push [CALL] to access the call channel.
e “C” appears on the function display.
e The tuning control is deactivated.
ePush [CALL] or [VFO/M] to leave the call
channel.
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the VFO mode.
2) Choose VHF or UHF with [BAND].
3) Select the contents to be programmed (operat-
ing frequency, repeater information, etc.). See
pgs. 11, 15.
e The full duplex function can not be program-
med into a call channel.
4) Push [CALL] to access the call channel.
5) Push and hold [MW] until three beeps are
emitted from the speaker.
6 RELATED FUNCTIONS
6-3 MEMORY MODE The IC-3210A/E has 20 double-spaced memory
channels.
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MEMORY CHANNEL x 20
(1) MEMORY READING 1) Push [VFO/M] to select the memory mode.
VFO MODE e “M” appears on the function display.
ME HHH 2) Rotate the tuning control or push the [UP] or
1a [DN] switch on the microphone to select a
memory channel.
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channel, push [BAND] for the other operat-
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MEMORY MODE
(2) MEMORY WRITING 1) Select the memory channel to be programmed
(see above).
In VFO mode 2) Push [VFO/M] to select the VFO mode.
DUP — TONE
(eC EN e "M” disappears from the function display.
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MW repeater or full duplex information contents
can be programmed (pgs. 11, 15, 16).
4) Push and hold [MW] until three beeps are
Push and hold emitted from the speaker.
5) The transceiver has written the frequency into
the memory channel. To check the contents,
push [VFO/M].
(3) DUAL BAND
MEMORY
(4) MEMORY
TRANSFERRING
in MEMORY mode
RELATED FUNCTIONS ©
Each of the 20 memory channels is double-spaced.
When a frequency is programmed into each space,
you can operate on 40 channels.
1) Program the full duplex function into a me-
mory channel and access that channel. (p. 18)
2) Push [BAND] to select the frequency on the
other band.
3) To operate simplex on that frequency, push
[DUP] as required.
e The full duplex memory is not erased.
Copy and transfer the displayed memory contents
into the VFO mode. This function is useful for
searching for signals around the memory channel
frequency.
The contents of the memory channel are not
erased.
1) Select the memory channel to be transferred.
(p. 18)
2) Push and hold [MW] until three beeps are
emitted from the speaker.
e The contents of the memory channel have
been transferred into the VFO mode.
© RELATED FUNCTIONS
6-4 SCAN FUNCTION
(1) PROGRAMMED
SCAN
There are three scan functions: programmed scan,
memory scan and selected memory band scan.
The memory channel skip function can be used
with any memory scan.
The programmed scan function scans between two
frequencies.
Scan edge A or B
Scan
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Scan edge B or A
Jump
MM PRE-OPERATION
E OPERATION
Push and hold
while in VFO mode.
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1) Access the V FO mode with [VFO/M].
2) Set the scan edge frequencies as described
on p. 21.
3) Rotate [SQL/MONITOR] to the squelch
threshold point.
e The [RX] indicator goes out.
1) Push and hold [UP] or [DN] on the micro-
phone for about 0.5 seconds to start a pro-
grammed scan.
e [UP] : upward scan
[DN]: downward scan
2) When receiving a signal, scanning stops.
e After 15 seconds, scanning resumes.
e 2 seconds after the signal disappears, scanning
starts again.
3) To cancel the scan, push [UP] or [DN] on the
microphone.
e The tuning control and some other switches
also cancel the scan.
— USING SET MODE
RELATED FUNCTIONS ©
E SCAN EDGE SETTING
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the VFO mode.
2) Push [BAND] to select VHF or UHF.
3) Push [SET] until “A” flashes on the function
display as shown at left.
4) Rotate the tuning control for the desired “A”
scan edge frequency.
eUse the [TS] switch together with the
tuning control to advance the frequency in
1 MHz steps.
5) Push [SET] once. “b” flashes on the function
display.
6) Rotate the tuning control for the desired “'b"
scan edge frequency.
7) Push [VFO/M] to return to the VFO mode.
6 RELATED FUNCTIONS
(2) MEMORY SCAN
The memory scan function scans all memory
channels in succession. To skip certain channels,
use the memory channel skip function (p. 24).
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1) Access the memory mode with [VFO/M].
2) Rotate [SQL/MONITOR] to the squelch
threshold point.
e The [RX] indicator goes out.
1) Push and hold [UP] or [DN] on the micro-
phone for about 0.5 seconds to start a memory
scan.
e [UP] : upward scan
[DN] : downward scan
2) When receiving a signal, scanning stops.
e After 15 seconds, scanning resumes.
e 2 seconds after signal disappears, scanning
starts again.
3) To cancel the scan, push [UP] or [DN] on the
microphone.
e The tuning control, and some other switches
also cancel the scan.
RELATED FUNCTIONS ©
(3) SELECTED BAND The selected band memory scan function scans all
MEMORY SCAN memory channels on one band in succession. To
skip certain channels, use the memory channel
skip function (p. 24).
Mch O Mch 4
Mch 19
MN PRE-OPERATION 1) Access the memory mode with [VFO/M].
2) Rotate [SQL/MONITOR] to the squelch
threshold point.
e The [RX] indicator goes out.
H OPERATION 1) Push and hoid [UP] or [DN] on the micro-
phone for about 0.5 seconds to start the scan.
Push and hold while |
in memory mode. e [UP] . upward scan
[DN] : downward scan
2) Push [BAND] to start the selected band me-
mory scan.
e To change the VHF or UHF band, push
[BAND] again.
3) When receiving a signal, scanning stops.
e After 15 seconds, scanning resumes.
e 2 seconds after signal disappears, scanning
starts again.
4) To cancel the scan, push [UP] or [DN] on the
microphone.
e The tuning control, [VFO/M] and [CALL]
also cancel the scan.
Start selected band memory scan.
G RELATED FUNCTIONS
(4) MEMORY CHANNEL
SKIP
Program the memory channel skip function to skip
a channel during a memory or selected band
memory scan.
The memory skip function can also be used for
priority watch. See p. 26, VFO <> MEMORY
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1) Access the memory mode with [VFO/M].
e “M” appears on the function display.
2) Select the memory channel to be skipped with
the tuning control.
3) Push [SET] to program the selected memory
channel to be skipped.
e “SKIP” appears on the function display.
4) Push [SET] again to cancel the memory channel
skip function for that channel.
e “SKIP” disappears from the function display.
RELATED FUNCTIONS ©
6-5 PRIORITY WATCH Every five seconds, priority watch monitors a
watching frequency while you work on the VFO
frequency.
(1) VFO <— VFO, MEMORY or CALL CHANNEL
Operating frequency ÓN q Watching frequency
VFO MEMORY or CALL
- Transmitting accepted while watch continues. While receiving on watching frequency:
- [PRIO] cancels watch. - Transmitting not accepted.
- [PRIO] returns to operating frequency.
E PRE-OPERATION e VFO frequency watch
1) Set the VFO frequency to be watched.
2) Push [BAND] and set the VFO operating fre-
quency on the other band.
e Call channel watch
1) Set the VFO operating frequency.
2) Push [CALL] to access the call channel.
e Memory channel watch
1) Set the VFO operating frequency.
2) Select the memory channel to be watched
(p. 18).
ME OPERATION 1) Push [PRIO] to start priority watch.
e “PRIO” appears on the function display.
2) When a signal is received on the watching fre-
quency (memory, call or another band VFO),
priority watch stops for 15 seconds.
e After 15 seconds, priority watch resumes.
Push to start.
3) To cancel priority watch, push [PRIO] when
the operating frequency is displayed.
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G RELATED FUNCTIONS
(2) VFO «<> MEMORY
CHANNELS
Priority watch can also watch each memory
channel in approx. 5 sec. consecutive intervals.
Operating frequency Watching frequencies
- Transmitting accepted while watch continues. While receiving on watching frequency:
- [PRIO] cancels watch.
Mch 0
Mch 1
Mch 2
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- Transmitting not accepted.
- [PRIO] returns to operating frequency.
IM PRE-OPERATION
Bl OPERATION
| 1) Start memory scan. |
1) Push for selected band
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2) Start priority watch.
1) Set the VFO operating frequency.
2) Push [VFO/M] to access the memory mode.
3) To skip a channel when scanning, push [SET].
1) Start the memory scan or the selected band
memory scan.
e Memory scan
Push and hold [UP] or [DN] on the micro-
phone.
e Selected band memory scan
Start a memory scan, and push [BAND] as
required.
2) Push [PRIO] to start priority watch.
e “PRIO” appears on the function display.
e The memory channel changes every five
seconds.
3) When a signal is received on the watching fre-
quency (memory channel), priority watch stops
for 15 seconds.
e After 15 seconds, priority watch resumes.
4) To cancel priority watch, push [PRIO] when
the operating frequency is displayed.
6-6 DIMMER CONTROL
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The display for the
brightest intensity.
6-7 BEEP ON/OFF
FUNCTION
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The display shows
that the beep is ON.
6-8 LOCK FUNCTION
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RELATED FUNCTIONS 6
The intensity of the function display backlight is
adjustable using the SET mode.
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the VFO mode.
2) Push [SET] until “d-1, “d-2,” “d-3'' or “d-4"’
appears on the function display.
3) Rotate the tuning control for the desired light-
ing intensity.
4) Push [VFO/M] to return to the VFO mode.
The speaker emits a beep each time a switch is
pushed. To turn OFF the beeps, use the SET
mode. |
1) Push [VFO/M] to access the VFO mode.
2) Push [SET] until “b-on” or “b-oFF” appears
on the function display.
3) Rotate the tuning control to select “b-oFF.”
e To turn ON the beeps again, rotate the tuning
control to select “’b-on.”
4) Push [VFO/M] or [SET] to leave the SET
mode.
1) To lock switches and controls, push [LOCK].
e “L' appears on the function display.
e [SQL/MONITOR], [ON/VOL] and [PTT]
remain unlocked.
2) To unlock the switches and controls, push
[LOCK] again.
MN / POCKET BEEP AND TONE SQUELCH
7-1 UT-40 INSTALLATION Install the UT-40 TONE SQUELCH UNIT (sold
separately) for “pocket beep” and tone squelch
functions.
1) Remove four screws from the top cover and
remove the cover.
2) Connect the UT-40 to the 10-pin plug as shown
in the diagram below.
3) Remove the white sheet from the back of the
UT-40. Attach the black adhesive to the IC
(S7116A) as shown diagram below.
4) Replace the top cover and the four screws.
e Opening the top cover e Installing the UT-40
7-2 POCKET BEEP
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POCKET BEEP AND TONE SQUELCH 7
When “pocket beep” is activated, the transceiver
functions as a pager. When a received tone fre-
quency equals the tone you've set, an alarm of 30
seconds is emitted over the speaker.
To set a tone frequency, see p. 15. Install the
UT-40 (sold separately) for “pocket beep” opera-
tion.
1) Push [T/T.SQL] until “SOL” appears on the
function display.
2) When a signal with the correct tone is received,
an alarm of 30 seconds is emitted over the
speaker and “SQL” flashes.
3) Push any switch to stop the alarm.
e The tone squelch function is automatically
activated.
When a received tone frequency equals the tone
frequency you ve set, the squelch opens.
To set a tone frequency, see p. 15. Install the
UT-40 (sold separately) for the tone squelch
operation.
1) Push [T/T.SQL] until “TONE SQL” appears
on the function display.
2) When the correct tone frequency is received,
the squelch opens and the signal can be heard.
3) Push [SOL/MONITOR] to open the squelch, if
desired.
4) When an incorrect tone frequency is received,
the squelch does not open. However, the [RX]
indicator lights.
HN O MAINTENANCE
8-1 TROUBLESHOOTING
e No power.
e Power connector has a
poor contact.
e Polarity of the power con-
nection is reversed.
® Blown fuse.
® Check the connector pins.
® Reconnect the power cable
observing the proper
polarity.
® Check the cause,
replace the fuse.
then
eNo sound comes
from the speaker.
e [SQL/MONITOR] is
turned too far clockwise.
e The optional tone squelch
is turned ON, if UT-40 is
installed.
eSet [SQL/MONITOR] at
the threshold point.
e Turn OFF the tone squelch
function.
e Sensitivity is low
and only strong
signals are audible.
e Antenna feedline or the
soldering of antenna con-
nector is cut or short
circuited.
® Check, and if necessary,
replace the feedline or
solder the antenna con-
nector again.
e No contact possible
with another station.
e The transceiver is set to
semi or full duplex.
e The other station is using
the tone squelch.
e Set to simplex.
e Turn ON the tone squelch,
if UT-40 is installed.
p. 29
e Repeater can not be
accessed.
eWrong offset
is programmed.
frequency
e Wrong subaudible tone fre-
quency is programmed.
e Correct the offset fre-
quency.
e Correct the subaudible
tone frequency.
Be sure the offset and the
subaudible tone frequen-
cies are independently pro-
grammed on each memory
channel.
e Frequency can not
be set.
eThe [LOCK]
turned ON.
eCALL CHANNEL mode is
selected.
switch is
e Turn OFF the [LOCK]
switch.
ePush [CALL] to leave
CALL CHANNEL mode.
p. 27
MAINTENANCE 8
| PossiBLE CAUSE | SOLUTION REF.
e Scan does not
operate.
e Squelch is open.
e Scan edge A equals B (for
programmed scan).
e Al| memory channels are
programmed as the skip
channel (for memory scan).
e Set squelch threshold point.
e Reset scan edges.
e Cancel the memory skip
function in the desired
channel.
p. 20
p. 21
p. 24
® All programmed
memories have been
erased.
e Data error occurred in the
CPU RAM because of the
following problems.
- The backup battery is
empty.
- The CPU has been
damaged by static.
e Replace the backup bat-
tery.
Reset the CPU,
p. 32
p. 32
eSET mode can not
be accessed.
e Memory mode is selected.
eSelect VFO mode then
push [SET].
p. 10
8-2 FUSE REPLACEMENT
e DC line fuse
15A
Locate the cause before replacing a blown fuse.
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8 MAINTENANCE
8-3 CPU RESETTING
(1) AUTOMATIC RESET
(2) MANUAL
RESETTING
SQL/MONITOR
PUSH-ON/VOL
(3) RESETTING THE
TUNING STEPS
SQL /MONITOR
PUSH-ON/VOL
(4) BACKUP BATTERY
When the power is ON, the CPU is automatically
reset under the following conditions:
— The backup battery is empty.
— Static or magnetic field has caused a data error
in the CPU RAM.
1) Turn OFF the power.
2) While pushing and holding [SOL/MONITOR]
and [LOCK], turn ON the power.
To exchange 5, 10, 15, 20 or 25kHz tuning steps
for 12.5 or 25 kHz steps (and vice-versa), reset the
CPU as follows:
1) Turn OFF the power.
2) While pushing and holding [SQL/MONITOR]
and one of the following switches, turn ON the
power.
e VHF band 5 kHz > 12.b5 kHz : [PRIO]
VHF band 12.5 kHz > 5 kHz : [HI/LO]
UHF band 5 kHz > 12.5kHz : [BAND]
UHF band 12.5 kHz > 5 kHz : [TS]
The life of the lithium backup battery is usually
more than five years. When the battery is
exhausted, the transceiver operates normally but
the CPU does not retain the contents of the
memory.
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INSIDE VIEWS 9 HI
E TOP VIEW (MAIN AND VHF PA UNITS)
VHF power module
R7 UHF high power set
R56 VHF max dev в ВЕ a R16 VHF high power set
R12 VHF low power set
adj. *!
R55 UHF max dev. — .
ад]. *! R24 Subaudible tone
dev. adj.
C102 Reference freq.
adj.
*1+4 8 kHz with 20 mV
input
(U.S.A.: 65 MV input
*2 +3 5 kHz with 2mV
input
(U.S.A.: 6.5 mV input)
E BOTTOM VIEW (RX AND UHF PA UNITS)
Q4 VHF RF amp
Q8 UHF RF атр— — —
IC5 5 V regulator
ICI FM IF IC
R52 UHF S-meter adj.
R53 VHF S-meter adj.
UHF power module
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I
Bl 10 SPECIFICATIONS
№ GENERAL
e Frequency coverage M DE VERSION | =
1C-3210A | U.S.A. 138.00 ~ 174.00 MHz* (Rx) | 440.00 ~ 450.00 MHz
140.00 ~ 150.00 MHz* (Tx)
IC-3210A | Australia | 144.00 ~ 148.00 MHz 430.00 ~ 440.00 MHz
1С-3210Е | Europe | 144.00 ~ 146.00 MHz 430.00 ~ 440.00 MHz
* Specifications apply to only 144.00 ~ 148.00 MHz.
e Mode 1. F3 (FM)
e Selectable tuning step : 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 kHz (1C-3210A)
12.5 and 25 kHz (IC-3210E)
e Memory channels : 20 (double-spaced) memory channels plus two call channels
e Antenna impedance : D50Q
® Power supply requirement : 13.8 V DC + 15 % (negative ground)
® Current drain . Receive standby 550 mA
max. audio 900 mA (except full duplex operation)
Transmit high 7.6 A
low 3.6 A
e Usable temperature range : —10°C ~ 460°C (+14°F ~ +140°F)
e Frequency stability : +10 ppm (-10%C — +60°C)
e Dimensions : 140 (W) x 50 (H) x 180 (D) mm
5.5 (W) x 2.0 (H) x 7.1 (D) inches
(Projections not included)
e Weight : 1.2 Ка (2.6 165.)
HB TRANSMITTER
e Output power : 25W (high), 5W (low)
e Modulation system : Variable reactance frequency modulation
e Max. frequency deviation : +5 kHz
® Spurious emissions : Less than —60 dB
® Microphone impedance : 600 ©
HB RECEIVER
® Receiver system : Double-conversion superheterodyne
® Intermediate frequency ®: ist 30.875 MHz
2nd 455 kHz
® Sensitivity : 0.18 uV for 12 dB SINAD
® Selectivity : More than 12.5 kHz/—6 dB
Less than 30.0 kHz/—60 dB
e Audio output power : More than 2.4 W at 10 % distortion with an 8 9 load.
® Audio output impedance : 82
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
OPTIONS
PS-45 —SP-7 SP-8
AC POWER SUPPLY EXTERNAL SPEAKER EXTERNAL SPEAKER
13.8V 8A
An OPC-102 cable must be
purchased separately to
connect the IC-3210A/E
to the PS-45.
SP-10 SM-8 SM-10
EXTERNAL SPEAKER DESK MICROPHONE COMPRESSOR/GRAPHIC
EQUALIZER DESK TOP
MICROPHONE
HS-15 HS-15SB UT-40
FLEXIBLE MOBILE SWITCHBOX FOR TONE SQUELCH UNIT
MICROPHONE HS-15
AH-32 144/430 MHz DUAL BAND MOBILE ANTENNA
AHB-32 TRUNK MOUNT
Count on us!
A-5024-1EX Icom Inc.
Printed in Japan 6-9-16, Kamihigashi, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547, Japan
Copyright e 1988 by Icom Inc.
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