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Icom IC-2100H Transceiver
Hersteller:
Icom
Modell: IC-2100H
Datum: 1997
Kategorie: Funk und Kommunikation
Gruppe: Transceiver
Beschreibung: 144MHz FM Transceiver
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Icom -- IC-2100H -- Bedienungsanleitung
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Dokument-ID/Nummer: A-5492H-1EX
Datum: 1997
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Icom -- IC-2100H -- Serviceanleitung
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Icom -- IC-2100H -- Bedienungsanleitung
Dateiname: Icom-6906-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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FOREWORD
...................................................................................
ii
IMPORTANT
....................................................................................
ii
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS
.................................................................
ii
CAUTIONS
......................................................................................
ii
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
........................................................... iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS
..................................................................
iv
1 PANEL DESCRIPTION
.......................................................... 1–8
 Front panel
..............................................................................
1
 Function display
......................................................................
3
 Rear panel
..............................................................................
5
 Microphone
.............................................................................
6
 Microphone keypad
.................................................................
7
2 INSTALLATION
....................................................................
9–11
 Location
..................................................................................
9
 Using the mounting bracket
.................................................... 9
 Battery connection
................................................................
10
 DC power supply connection
................................................ 10
 Antenna installation
...............................................................
11
3 SETTING A FREQUENCY
................................................. 12–16
 Preparation
...........................................................................
12
 Lock functions
.......................................................................
13
 Using the tuning dial
............................................................. 14
 Using the [Y]/[Z] keys
.......................................................... 14
 Tuning step selection
............................................................ 15
 Using the keypad
..................................................................
16
TABLE OF CONTENTS
4 BASIC OPERATION
.......................................................... 17–19
 Receiving
..............................................................................
17
 Monitor function
....................................................................
17
 Audio mute function
..............................................................
17
 Transmitting
..........................................................................
18
 Selecting output power
......................................................... 18
 One-touch PTT function
........................................................ 19
5 REPEATER OPERATION
.................................................. 20–24
 Accessing a repeater
............................................................ 20
 Subaudible tones
..................................................................
22
 Offset frequency
....................................................................
23
 Auto repeater
........................................................................
24
 Repeater lockout
...................................................................
24
6 MEMORY OPERATION
...................................................... 25–30
 General description
...............................................................
25
 Memory channel selection
.................................................... 25
 Programming a memory channel
.......................................... 26
 Programming a memory channel via the microphone ........... 27
 Transferring memory contents
.............................................. 28
 Clearing a memory
................................................................
29
 Alphanumeric display
............................................................ 30
7 CALL CHANNEL OPERATION
......................................... 32–33
 Calling up the call channel
.................................................... 32
 Transferring call channel contents
........................................ 32
 Programming the call channel
.............................................. 33
8 SCRATCH PAD MEMORY
................................................. 34–35
 What is scratch pad memory?
.............................................. 34
 Calling up a scratch pad memory
......................................... 34
 Transferring scratch pad memory contents
........................... 35
9 SCAN OPERATION
...........................................................
36–41
 Scan types
............................................................................
36
 Scan start/stop
......................................................................
37
 Programming scan edges
..................................................... 38
 Programming scan edges via the microphone
...................... 39
 Skip channel setting
..............................................................
40
 Scan resume condition
......................................................... 41
10 PRIORITY WATCH
............................................................
42–43
 Priority watch types
...............................................................
42
 Priority watch operation
........................................................ 43
11 DTMF MEMORY ENCODER
............................................. 44–45
 Programming a DTMF code
.................................................. 44
 Transmitting a DTMF code
.................................................... 45
 DTMF speed
.........................................................................
45
12 POCKET BEEP AND TONE SQUELCH ...........................
46–48
 Pocket beep operation
.......................................................... 46
 Tone operation
......................................................................
47
 Tone scan
..............................................................................
48
13 WIRELESS OPERATION
.................................................. 49–54
 Connection
............................................................................
49
 HM-90 WIRELESS MICROPHONE
.............................................. 49
 EX-1759 installation
..............................................................
50
 HM-90 switches
....................................................................
51
 Microphone address
............................................................. 54
14 OTHER FUNCTIONS
......................................................... 55–59
 Beep tones ON/OFF
............................................................. 55
 Time-out timer
.......................................................................
55
 Auto power-off
.......................................................................
56
 Squelch delay
.......................................................................
56
 Microphone [F-1]/[F-2] keys
.................................................. 57
 Demonstration display
.......................................................... 57
 Display color
.........................................................................
58
 Display dimmer
.....................................................................
58
 FM narrow mode
...................................................................
58
 Data cloning
..........................................................................
59
15 MAINTENANCE
.................................................................
60–62
 Troubleshooting
....................................................................
60
 Fuse replacement
.................................................................
62
 Partial CPU resetting
............................................................ 62
 Resetting the CPU
................................................................
62
16 SPECIFICATIONS
...................................................................
63
17 OPTIONS
...........................................................................
64–65
18 MODE ARRANGEMENT
................................................... 66–67
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