Equipment information:

Icom IC-E90 Transceiver
Manufacturer:
Icom
Model: IC-E90
Date: 2002
Category: Radio, Communication
Group: Transceiver
Description: MULTIBAND FM TRANSCEIVER
Information:
                                    The IC-E90 MULTIBAND TRANSCEIVER is designed and built with
Icom’s superior technology and craftsmanship. With proper
care, this product should provide you with years of
troublefree operation.
The IC-E90 is a tri-band, 50 MHz, 144 MHz, 430 MHz FM
transceiver that offers a wide-band AM, FM and WFM scanning
receiver*. Not only you can hear your favorite TV programs
with the pre-programmed TV memories*, but you can also
listen to short wave, AM and FM broadcast radio stations,
police, fire, military, aircraft, various amateur bands and
more.
New DMS(Dynamic Memory Scan) bank scanning provides 555
alphanumeric memory channels, including 50 band edges, with
a maximum of 18 banks or 100 channels per bank. You can pick
and choose any desired channel for scanning from the 500
memories.
The supplied BP-217 lithium-ion battery pack provides full
5 W of output. Along with the energy conserving settings,
the BP-217 provides up to 5 to 6 hours of operating time.
The supplied MB-83 swivel type belt clip performs a quick
draw like action for attaching/detaching the transceiver
from the belt clip.
The newly designed antenna also provides stable signal strength.
We want to thank you for making your IC-E90 your radio of
choice, and hope
you agree with Icom’s philosophy of “technology first.” Many
hours of research and development went into the design of
your IC-E90.
ΪFEATURES
O Tri-band FM transceiver O Wide-band receiver
—Covers 495 KHz to 999.990* MHz ONew DMS (Dynamic Memory
Scan) bank scan O Lithium-Ion technology ORugged palm sized,
weather-resistant construction ODTCS and CTCSS tone squelch
O Simple operation

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Icom -- IC-E90 -- User Manual
File name: Icom-7477-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 98
Size: 2.99 Mbytes (3130686 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: A-6135H-1EU
Date: 2002
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Information:
FOREWORD ........................
IMPORTANT .........................
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS ....
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
CAUTIONS............................
TABLE OF CONTENTS ......
□
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE........1 -6
PANEL DESCRIPTION................7-12
■ Panel description ..............................7
■ Function display ..............................11
BATTERY CHARGING..............13-16
■ Battery attachment..........................13
■ Battery cautions..............................13
■ Regular charging ............................14
■ Rapid charging................................15
■ Battery case.....................................16
■ External power operation...............16
BASIC OPERATION...................17-33
■ Turning power ON ..........................17
■ Tuning step ......................................18
■ Setting a frequency.........................19
■ Mode selection................................20
■Operating band and receive mode
selection...........................................21
■ Setting the squelch level................22
■ Receiving .........................................23
■ RIT function .....................................27
■ Attenuator function..........................27
■ Transmitting .....................................28
■ Repeater operation .........................29
■ Duplex operation.............................31
■ Split operation.................................32
■ 1750 Hz tone ...................................33
B MEMORY/CALL CHANNELS .... 34-44
■ General ............................................34
■ Calling up memory channels .........36
■ Programming memory channels .... 37
■Transferring memory contents
to VFO .............................................38
■ Copying memory contents.............39
■ Memory names...............................39
■ Memory bank...................................41
■ Memory clear...................................43
■ Call channel .....................................44
Q SCAN OPERATION....................45-49
■ Scan types.......................................45
■ VFO scan .........................................46
■ Frequency skip function.................47
■ Skip channel setting........................47
■ Memory scan ...................................48
■ Scan notes.......................................49
□ PRIORITY WATCH .....................50-54
■ Priority watch types.........................50
■ Priority alert......................................50
■ Priority watch operation .................51
Q SET MODE ..................................55-66
■ Set mode .........................................55
■ Set mode items ..............................56
O OTHER FUNCTIONS ................67-78
■ Programming a DTMF code ..........67
■ Transmitting a DTMF code ............68
■ Clearing a DTMF memory .............69
■ Confirming a DTMF memory .........69
■ Tone frequency and DTCS code .... 70
■ Tone/DTCS squelch........................71
■ Pocket beep function.......................71
■ Available tone frequencies.............72
■ Available DTCS codes...................72
■ Tone scan ........................................73
■ Beep tones.......................................74
■ Dial speed acceleration .................74
■ Lock function....................................74
■ Morse code synthesizer.................75
■ Power save......................................75
■ Time-out timer.................................76
■ PTT lock...........................................76
■ Auto power OFF .............................76
■ Auto power ON ...............................76
■ Cloning function ..............................77
■ [SP/MIC] jacks ................................77
■ Resetting..........................................78
! HM-75A REMOTE CONTROL
MICROPHONE ................................... 79
Ο TROUBLESHOOTING ......................80
! TV FREQUENCY TABLE...........81 -84
! SPECIFICATIONS ......................85-86
! OPTIONS.....................................87-88
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