Equipment information:

IFR FM/AM-1000S Communications Service Monitor
Manufacturer:
IFR
Model: FM/AM-1000S
Date: 1981
Category: Radio, Communication
Group: Communications Service Monitor
Description:
Information:
                                    The FM/AM-IOOOS is a portable communications service monitor
capable of performing a variety of transmission test
functions normally associated with most types of
transceiving equipment (e.g. , citizen's band radios, FM
two-way radios, single sideband equipment, repeaters and
AM/FM/SSB transceivers).

As a portable unit containing an internal rechargeable
battery pack, operation of FM/AM-1000S is possible almost
anywhere without concern for immediate power. Mobile,
aircraft or marine operation is possible directly from 11 to
28 volt DC power systems, using a furnished cigar lighter
adaptor plug. AC power operation is possible from 110/230
VAC, 47 to 420 Hz power services.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

IFR -- FM/AM-1000S -- User Manual
File name: IFR-5364-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 351
Size: 9.17 Mbytes (9614190 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 1002-2381-400
Date: 1981
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Information:
This manual part number 1002-2381-400 shall be used with
FM/AM-1000S Operation Manual part number 1002-2381-200 and
FM/AM-1000A Operation Manual part number 1002-2382-000.

This manual contains instructions for operating the
FM/AM-1000S as a general purpose communications service
monitor. The instruction level of this manual is relatively
basic and presupposes no previous experience on the part of
the operator with a communication serivce monitor of this
type. A basic understanding, however, of communication
electronics and practical troubleshooting methods will be
helpful. It is strongly recommended that operator be
thoroughly familiar with Sections 1 through 3 of this manual
before attempting to perform any operating procedures
contained in Section 4.

ORGANIZATION:

The operation manual is divided into the following major
sections: SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION

Provides a brief introduction to the FM/AM-1000S including
purpose, functional capabilities and uses.

SECTION 2 - INSTALLATION

Provides a step by step procedure for setting up the
FM/AM-1000S for operation in either a mobile or test bench
environment.

SECTION 3 - DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS, CONNECTORS & INDICATORS
Identifies and functionally describes aTT FM/AM-1000S
controls, connectors and indicators.
• As an operati ng aid, Figure 3-1 (which 1ocates and i
dentifi es all FM/AM-1000S front panel controls) has been
incorporated into a fold-out page. By extending the fold-out
page, the operator can easily reference any front panel
control while simultaneously performing any operating
procedure contained elsewhere in this manual.

SECTION 4 - OPERATION

Contains a selection of basic operating procedures
pertaining to all major functions of the FM/AM-1000S, in
addition to an assortment of common receiver and transmitter
tests which can be performed using the FM/AM-1000S.

SECTION 5 - UUT RECEIVER TESTING

Contains logical flowcharts which provide operator with a
systematic method of:

a. Aligning typical AM/FM receivers.
b. Locating and diagnosing most common malfunctions or
breakdowns in typical AM/FM receivers.

Useful supplementary information relating to the operation
of the FM/AM-1000S is contained in appendices at rear of
manual. 
IFR-5364-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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