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Icom IC-V21AT Transceiver
Hersteller:
Icom
Modell: IC-V21AT
Datum: 1993
Kategorie: Funk und Kommunikation
Gruppe: Transceiver
Beschreibung: DUAL BAND FM TRANSCEIVER
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Icom -- IC-V21AT -- Bedienungsanleitung
Dateiname: Icom-7509-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Dokumenttyp: Bedienungsanleitung
Seitenanzahl: 60
Dateigröße: 3.23 Mbytes (3387582 Bytes)
Sprache: Englisch
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Dokument-ID/Nummer: A-5258S-1US
Datum: 1993
Qualität: Gescanntes Dokument, alles ist lesbar.
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IMPORTANT
............................................................ i
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS ....................................... i
WHEN FIRST APPLYING POWER ..................i-ii
CAUTIONS
............................................................ iii
UNPACKING
......................................................... iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS ....................................... iv
1 PANEL DESCRIPTION 1-6
■ Front and side panels................................... 1
■ Top panel
.......................................................2
■ Keyboard
........................................................ 3
■ Function display
............................................ 5
2 BATTERY PACK CHARGING 7-8
■ Battery pack charging ...................................7
■ Charging precautions ...................................7
■ About the battery pack..................................7
■ Charging connections...................................8
3 ACCESSORY ATTACHMENT 9
4 SETTING A FREQUENCY 10-13
■ Main
band.................................................... 10
■ VFO and memory modes .......................... 10
■ Setting via the keyboard............................. 11
■ Lock function
............................................... 11
■ Presetting for the tuning dial ..................... 12
■ Setting via Δ / V key ................................. 13
■ Using the tuning dial .................................. 13
■ LCD lighting
................................................ 13
5 BASIC OPERATION 14-18
■
Receiving......................................................
14
■ V by V function............................................ 15
■ Transmitting
................................................ 15
6 REPEATER OPERATION 17-19
■
Operation.....................................................
17
■ Tone information ........................................ 17
■ Subaudible tone.......................................... 18
■ Offset frequency.......................................... 18
■ Repeater memory....................................... 19
■ Auto repeater power control...................... 19
7 MEMORY OPERATION 20-22
■ General description.................................... 20
■ Memory channel selection ......................... 20
■ Programming a memory channel ............. 21
■ Transferring memory contents.................. 22
■ Masking a memory...................................... 22
8 CALL CHANNEL OPERATION 23
■ Calling up a call channel ............................23
■ Transferring call channel contents.............23
■ Programming a call channel.......................23
9 SCAN OPERATION 24-29
■ Scan types
................................................... 24
■ Full scan
...................................................... 25
■ Programmed scan ...................................... 25
■ Programming scan edges.......................... 26
■ Frequency skip function ............................ 27
■ Memory scan ............................................... 28
■ Memory skip scan...................................... 28
■ Skip channel setting ................................... 29
■ Scan resume condition .............................. 29
10 PRIORITY WATCH 30
■ Priority watch types .................................. 30
■ Priority watch operation........................... 30
11 DTMF MEMORY 31
■ Programming a DTMF code ................... 31
■ Transmitting a DTMF code...................... 31
12 OPTIONAL WHISPER FUNCTION 32
■ General operation ..................................... 32
■ Time-out timer setting .............................. 32
13 AI FUNCTION 33-34
■ What does AI in the transceiver do?...... 33
■ Learning function ...................................... 34
■ Learning function on/off........................... 34
■ Manual assignment .................................. 34
14 CLOCK AND TIMERS 35-38
■ Clock operation ........................................ 35
■ Timer mode ............................................... 36
■ Auto power-off........................................... 36
■ Power-on timer......................................... 37
■ Power-off timer......................................... 38
15 PAGER AND CODE SQUELCH 39-43
■ Pager function ........................................... 39
■ Code channel............................................ 40
■ Code programming................................... 41
■ Pager operation........................................ 41
■ Code squelch operation .......................... 43
16 POCKET BEEP AND TONE SQUELCH 44
■ Pocket beep operation ............................. 44
■ Tone squelch operation........................... 44
17 OTHER FUNCTIONS 45-48
■ Power saver............................................... 45
■ Battery voltage indication......................... 45
■ PTT lock function ...................................... 46
■ Beep tone on/off....................................... 46
■ Receive indicator on/off........................... 46
■ LCD contrast............................................. 46
■ External speaker selection ...................... 47
■ Partial resetting ........................................ 47
■ Optional HM-75A functions .................. 48
18 MODE CONSTRUCTION CHART 49-50
19 TROUBLESHOOTING 51
20 SPECIFICATIONS 52
21 OPTIONS 53-54
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