Yaesu FT-8000R Transceiver
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FT-8000R
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Dua and FM Mobile Transceiver

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The FT-8000R is a deluxe, compact FM mobile Transceiver providing wide-band receive capability, along with a host of features which provide state-of-the-art performance on the 2-m and 70-cm amateur bands. Included in the FT-8000R's feature complement are: • 50 Watts of power output on VHF, and 35 Watts on UHF, with High/Medium/Low selection on each band. • Expanded Receiver coverage: 110-550 MHz, and 750-1300 MHz (cellular telephone frequencies are blocked, and cannot be re-enabled). • Outstanding packet radio capability at 1200 or 9600 bps with easy interface via a dedicated rear-panel jack. • Dual Receive (VHF/UHF, VHF/VHF, or UHF/UHF) and Crossband Repeat capability is built in. • 108 memory channels (54 per band) which store Repeater shifts, odd Repeater shifts, and CTCSS tones, plus one-touch HOME channels for each band. • The Smart Search feature, which automatically sweeps a band and loads active frequencies into dedicated memory banks, is ideal for identifying active repeaters when visiting a city for the first time,exclusive Omni-Glow™ multi-function LCO display.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
67
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5.88 Mbytes (6163892 Bytes)
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english
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Manual ID:
E06481001
Date:
01 January 2003
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Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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16 March 2020
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419

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Specifications ... 2 Accessories & Options ... 3 Front Panel Controls, Switches. & Connector. 4 Rear Panel Connections ... 10 MH-36 Microphone & Keypad ... 12 MH-42G4v Microphone & Keypad ... 13 Installation ... 14 Preliminary Inspection ... 14 Installation Tips ... 14 Safety Information . . . ... 15 Antenna Considerations ... 15 Mobile Installation ... 17 Transceiver Installation ... 17 Mobile Power Connections ... 18 Mobile Speakers ... 18 Base Station Installation ... 19 FP-800AC Power Supply ... 19 Packet Radio TNC ... 19 Transceiver Cloning ... 21 ADMS-2 Programming Kit ... 21 Operation ... 22 Preliminary Setup ... 22 Turning the Power On/Off ... 22 Supply Voltage Display ... 22 Adjusting the Volume and Squelch ... 23 Frequency Display and Band Change ... 24 Intelligent Band Display (IBD) ... 26 Keypad Beeper ... 26 Display Brightness ... 27 Channel step Selection ... 28 VFO Tracking ... 28 Receiver Muting ... 28 Monoband Operation ... 30 VHF-VFH (V-V) or UHF-UHF (U-U) Operaüon 31 Sub Band Command Control ... 31 Transmission ... 32 Power Output Setting . ... 32 PTT Locking ... 33 Repeater Splits ... 33 Memory Storage ... 37 Recalling Memories ... 38 Alternating-Band Memory Selection (ASMS} . 39 Home Channel Memories ... 40 Memory Offset Tuning ... 40 Masking and Recovering Memories ... 41 Scanning . . . ... 42 Memory Skip Scanning ... 43 Programmable Band-Scan Limits ... 43 Smart Search Operation ... 45 Priority Channel Monitoring ... 48 CTCSS Operation ... 49 CTCSS Bell Paging with the FTS-22 ... 51 DTMF Autodialer Operation ... 52 Packet Operation ... 54 Cross-Band Repeater Operation ... 55 Time-Out Timer ... 57 Automatic Power Off (APO) ... 57 Appendix ... 59 Power-On Settings ... 59 In Case of Problems ... 60 Resetting the CPU ... 60 Memory Backup ... 61 FTS-22 Installation ... 62 Internal Adjustments ... 63 LCD DC Voltmeter Alignment ... 63

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Service Manual
Manual type:
Service Manual
Pages:
38
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45.17 Mbytes (47366754 Bytes)
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english
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Scanned document, all readable.
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27 July 2014
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General Information and Alignment ... 1 Introduction ... 1-1 Specifications ... 1-2 Chip Component Information ... 1-3 Exploded View & Miscellaneous Parts ... 2-1 Alignment ... 2-3 Servicing ... 3 Circuit Description ... 3-1 Block Diagram ... 3-7 Interconnection Diagram ... 3-8 Board Units (Circuit Diagram, Parts Layout, Parts List) ... 4 144-VCO Unit ... 4A-1 430-VCO Unit ... 4B-1 VR-L Unit ... 4C-1 VR-R Unit ... 4D-1 144-Main Unit ... 4E-1 430-Main Unit ... 4F-1 CNTL Unit ... 4G-1 Panel Unit ... 4H-1 Optional Board Unit (Circuit Diagram, Parts Layout, Parts List) ... 5 FTS-22 Tone Squelch Unit ... 5A-1 MH-36B6J DTMF Microphone ... 5B-1 MH-42B6J Hand Scanning Microphone ... 5C-1 The manual provides the technical information necessary for servicing the FT-8000R Dual-Band mobile amateur Transceiver. Servicing this equipment requires expertise in handling surface-mount chip components. Attempts by non-qualified persons to service this equipment may result in permanent damage not covered by the warranty, and may be illegal in some countries. Two PCB layout diagrams provided for each double-sided board in this Transceiver. Each side of the board is referred to by the type of the majority of components installed on that side ("lead- ed" or "chip-only"). In most cases one side has only chip components, and the other has either a mixture of both chip and leaded components (trimmers, coils, electrolytic capacitors, ICs, etc.), or leaded components only.

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