Apparatuur informatie:

AOR Ltd. AR2700 Versterker
Fabrikant:
AOR Ltd.
Model: AR2700
Datum: 1995
Categorie: Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia
Groep: Versterker
Beschrijving: Wide Band Receiver
Informatie:
                                    Major features
General
The AR2700 is a new generation of receiver combining a wide
frequency
coverage with advanced features and facilities.
Internal construction is of a high quality modular surface
mount design. This
ensures the highest levels of performance and reliability.
Frequency coverage and modes
The AR2700 boasts a wide frequency coverage of 500kHz to
1300MHz without
gaps in the range (actual acceptable frequency input from
100kHz). Step size
is programmable: AM/NFM 5kHz, 6.25kHz, 9kHz, 10kHz, 12.5kHz,
20kHz,
25kHz, 30kHz, 50kHz, 100kHz and WFM: 50kHz & 100kHz. Modes of
reception are: AM, NFM and WFM and may be selected on any
frequency
within the receiver’s range.
Auto-Mode tuning
Comprehensive band plan information specific to the target
market area has
been programmed into the AR2700 receiver. This inclusion
will greatly simplify
frequency entry and search programming, the receiver will
“automatically”
select the appropriate mode and channel step. Of course,
should you wish
then both the mode and channel step may be manually changed when
required.
Wide variety of search & scan facilities
Great flexibility is offered by the microprocessor. Search &
scan may be
selected using various parameters such as PROGRAM SEARCH, MANUAL
SEARCH, BANK LINK, DELAY, PAUSE, PASS etc. plus PRIORITY.
Memories and search banks
A total of 500 memory channels are provided which are
divided into 10 banks,
each having 50 channels. The AR2700 will search and scan at
a very
respectable (and fast) maximum speed of approximately 30
increments per
second.
In addition there are 10 programmable search banks, all of
which may be
programmed by the operator for different start / end
frequencies, mode and
channel step.
The data contents of memory and search banks are held in an
EEPROM so
that no backup battery or capacitor is required for memory
retention.
Copy (CLONE) between two AR2700 receivers
The stored memory and search data may be transferred from
one set to
another using an optional adaptor and interface (IF-ADP &
CU8232).
Full computer control
The computer control port may be connected via an optional
adaptor and
interface (IF-ADP & CU8232) to a computer for remote control
of the receiver
(control software will be required).
On screen battery indication
The AR27000 permanently displays the battery level status
when switched On,
this is achieved by a special indication on the LCD.
Sleep timer
The AR27000 has an auto power off sleep timer programmable
between 1 and
120 minutes. A special indication on the LCD shows when the
facility has
been activated.
Optional VOICE recording
An optional VOICE recoding chip (RU2700) may be internally
fitted to permit
20 second digital recording and play back of transmissions.
Other facilities
The AR2700 is truly full featured, among other facilities
are keypad beep
On/Off, plus keypad lock and microprocessor reset.

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AOR Ltd. -- AR2700 -- Gebruikershandleiding
File name: AOR-9583-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Handleidingen Type: Gebruikershandleiding
Pagina's: 64
Maat: 331.09 Kbytes (339041 Bytes)
Taal: Engels
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Datum: 01 januari 1995
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Informatie:
Introduction and accessories .............................
 1
Accessories supplied
............................................
 2
Table of contents
................................................
 2
Major features
 .....................................................
 4
Precautions
 .........................................................
 6
Location
 ...............................................................
 6
Looking after your receiver ....................................
 6
Power requirements
..............................................
 6
NiCads and charging ............................................
 7
Aerial (antenna) connection ..................................
 8
Controls and functions .......................................
 9
TOP PANEL
 .........................................................
 9
Aerial (antenna) input
...........................................
 10
Earphone connection / speaker connection ...........
 10
[DIAL] - tuning control / selector ............................
 10
Squelch control
 .....................................................
 10
Volume control
 ......................................................
 11
FRONT PANEL
 ....................................................
 11
Liquid Crystal Display LCD ...................................
 11
Keypad (extensive information) .............................
 11
Internal loudspeaker
 .............................................
 22
LEFT HAND SIDE ................................................
 22
[2ndF] function key
...............................................
 22
[MONI] monitor key
..............................................
 23
[K.LOCK] keypad lock key ....................................
 23
[RESET] microprocessor reset switch
....................RIGHT HAND SIDE
...............................................DC 12V -
charging and DC input socket .................REAR CABINET
 ....................................................RS232
REMOTE connector ....................................Battery
compartment
 ..............................................Basic manual
operation of the receiver .............Before starting
 ......................................................Switching On
 .........................................................Entering frequencies (using the keypad) ................Correcting frequency input .....................................Changing frequency - UP / DOWN keys & [DIAL] ...Changing frequency step (PROGRAM) ..................Changing receive mode (PROGRAM) ...................Attenuator
 .............................................................Memory banks & channels .................................Storing receive data into memory ..........................Automatic memory incrementation ........................Memory recall
 .......................................................Transfer of memory channels to VFO ....................Memory over-write
 .................................................Deleting
memory channels and banks ....................Priority operation
 .................................................Entering
data into the priority channel
....................Activating & deactivating priority
............................Programming priority sampling
interval .................SCAN - scanning memory channels &
banks .....Starting to scan, considerations
.............................Scanning a memory bank
......................................Memory transfer to VFO
........................................Scanning a single
memory bank to scan ................Memory bank linking
..............................................Scanning a
memory bank which is not linked .........Scan channel PASS
...............................................Memory scan
channel pass while scanning ............Memory channel pass
- review ...............................Delay and Pause
facilities - scan & search .........Delay time
 .............................................................Pause time
 .............................................................45
SEARCH
 ................................................................46
Manual search
 .......................................................Frequency pass in search mode ...............................Program search banks ...........................................Reviewing program search parameters ...................50
Programming and reprogramming search banks ....Program
search bank linking
..................................Searching a search bank
which is not linked ...........Sleep timer - automatic power
off .......................Enabling sleep time
.................................................Defining
the sleep time period
................................Optional VOICE recording
facility .......................Initialising the voice
record option ...........................55
Recording
 ............................................................Record - Play back ............................................... 56
Remote control using a computer (RS232) ....... 56
Setting RS232 parameters .................................... 57
Clone (copy) data between two AR2700 .............. 57
Transferring data by clone
.................................... 57
Trouble shooting
 ................................................. 58
Microprocessor reset
............................................. 58
Other possible operating problems ........................ 59
Other LCD indications & error messages ............... 60
Special functions
 ................................................... 61
Optional accessories
 ........................................... 62
Specification
 ........................................................ 63
AOR-9583-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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