Geräte Informationen:

Icom ID-1 Transceiver
Hersteller:
Icom
Modell: ID-1
Datum: 2004
Kategorie: Funk und Kommunikation
Gruppe: Transceiver
Beschreibung: DIGITAL TRANSCEIVER
Informationen:
                                    O Current FM, Digital Voice and Data modes available
O Standard PC control application via USB terminal connection
O Remote controller for current mobile transceiver Style
operation (optional for some versions)
O Standard 10BASE-T connector for data transmission/reception

Folgende Anleitungen sind für obiges Gerät verfügbar:

Icom -- ID-1 -- Bedienungsanleitung
Dateiname: Icom-7519-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Dokumenttyp: Bedienungsanleitung
Seitenanzahl: 124
Dateigröße: 2.55 Mbytes (2671448 Bytes)
Sprache: Englisch
Revision:
Dokument-ID/Nummer: A-6220H-1EX
Datum: 2004
Qualität: Gescanntes Dokument, alles ist lesbar.
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Informationen:
FOREWORD....................................................................................i
IMPORTANT
...................................................................................
i
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS
..............................................................i
PRECAUTION...............................................................................ii
SUPPLIED
ACCESSORIES........................................................iv
TABLE OF CONTENTS
...............................................................
v
1 PANEL DESCRIPTION
.....................................................1-12
■ Front
panel............................................................................1
■ Rear panel
............................................................................
2
■ Microphones (HM-118N)
......................................................3
■ Application screens (on PC screen)
.................................. 4
■ Remote controller (RC-24; Optional for some versions) ... 9
2 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS ........................13-17
■ Unpacking
...........................................................................
13
■ Selecting a location
............................................................ 13
■ Antenna connection
........................................................... 13
■ Power supply connections
................................................15
■ Microphone and speaker connections
.............................16
■ Connecting a
PC................................................................17
3 DRIVER INSTALLATION
...............................................18-29
■ Microsoft® Windows® XP
...................................................18
■ Microsoft® Windows® 98/Me
..............................................22
■ Microsoft® Windows® 2000
................................................ 23
■ COM port
confirmation.......................................................28
4 APPLICATION INSTALLATION
...................................30-31
5 BASIC OPERATION
.......................................................32-38
■ Preparation
.........................................................................
32
■ Squelch level adjustment (FM mode
only)......................33
■ Audio level
adjustment.......................................................34
■ VFO and memory mode
....................................................34
■ Setting a
frequency............................................................35
■ Tuning step selection
.........................................................37
■ Lock function (RC-24 only)
...............................................38
■ Operating mode
selection.................................................38
6 CALLSIGN SETTING
....................................................39-44
■ Your call sign setting
..........................................................39
■ Station/Repeater call sign setting
.................................... 42
7 TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE— VOICE...........................45-54
■ FM mode
operation............................................................45
■ Digital voice mode operation
............................................45
■ When receiving a Digital
call..............................................47
■ Short message function
.....................................................49
■ Monitor function
..................................................................53
8 REPEATER OPERATION—VOICE .............................55-63
■ About D-STAR system
....................................................... 55
■ General
...............................................................................56
■ Accessing an FM repeater
................................................ 57
■ Repeater tone frequency
setting........................................ 59
■ Offset frequency setting
..................................................... 60
■ Accessing a Digital repeater
............................................. 61
9 DATA OPERATION
.........................................................64-70
■ General
...............................................................................64
■
Precaution...........................................................................64
■ Internet access
...................................................................65
■ Data transferring
................................................................68
■ Low-speed data communication
.......................................70
v
10MEMORY/CALL
OPERATION.......................................71-82
■ General description
............................................................ 71
■ Memory channel selection
................................................. 71
■ Call channel selection
........................................................ 72
■ Programming a memory/call channel
.............................. 74
■ Copying a memory contents
............................................. 77
■ Memory clearing
................................................................
78
■ Programming memory name
............................................ 80
■ Memory name indication
................................................... 82
11 SCAN OPERATION
........................................................83-89
■ Scan types
..........................................................................
83
■ Scan start/stop
....................................................................
84
■ Programming scan edge channels
.................................. 85
■ Skip channel setting
........................................................... 88
■ Scan resume condition
...................................................... 89
12PRIORITY
WATCH...........................................................90-91
■ Priority watch
types............................................................90
■ Priority watch operation
.....................................................90
13POCKET BEEP AND TONE/DIGITAL SQUELCH .....92-99
■ Pocket beep operation
.......................................................92
■ Tone/Digital code/call sign squelch
operation.................96
14OTHER FUNCTIONS
.................................................100-112
■ Set mode
..........................................................................100
■ EMR mode operation
.......................................................107
■ Break-in communication
.................................................109
■ S-meter squelch
...............................................................111
■ AFC function
......................................................................
111
■ CPU reset
.........................................................................112
15MAINTENANCE
..........................................................113-114
■ Troubleshooting
...............................................................
113
■ Fuse replacement
............................................................ 114
16SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS ...........................115-116
■
Specifications...................................................................115
■
Options..............................................................................116
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