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DATA MANAGEMENT UNIT

DMU-2000

OPERATING MANUAL
Provided by YAESU museum Downloaded by RadioAmateur.EU
VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan

VERTEX STANDARD

US Headquarters 10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.

YAESU EUROPE B.V.

P.O. Box 75525, 1118 ZN Schiphol, The Netherlands

YAESU UK LTD.

Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.

VERTEX STANDARD HK LTD.

Unit 5, 20/F., Seaview Centre, 139-141 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
VERTEX STANDARD (AUSTRALIA) PTY., LTD.
Normanby Business Park, Unit 14/45 Normanby Road Notting Hill 3168, Victoria, Australia

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Installation and Connection..... 1 Switches and Connectors..... 2 Please Read This First...... 4 Before Using an External Monitor..... 6 About the DMU-2000 Data Management Operation.... 6 About Menu Mode Operation..... 8 About the Monitor Display..... 10 How to Use the World Clock function.... 12 About the World Clock.... 12 Explanation of the Function Keys on the World Map Screen... 12 SET (LOCAL-TIME1) Setup..... 13 FORMAT (TIME FORMAT) Setup.... 13 City Selection..... 14 Miscellaneous World Clock Setup Options.... 15 OFF Timer and Alarm Setup..... 16 Spectrum Scope...... 18 About the Spectrum Scope..... 18 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Spectrum Scope Screen... 18 Using the CTR (Center) Display Mode.... 20 Using the LBWS (Limited Band Width Sweep) Function... 22 Using the FIX (Fixed) Mode..... 23 Audio Scope and Oscilloscope.... 24 About the Audio Scope and Oscilloscope.... 24 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Audio Scope and Oscilloscope Screen... 24 Using the Audio Scope.... 25 Audio Scope Specifications..... 25 Using the Oscilloscope..... 26 Oscilloscope Specifications..... 26 Log Book Function..... 28 About the Log Book..... 28 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Log Book Screen... 28 Log Book Example..... 29 CONFIG Setting..... 30 CONFIG SETTING Mode Setup.... 31 Log Book Data Input..... 32 Log Book Previous-QSO Check (CHECK).... 33 Editing Log Book Entries..... 33 Saving Log Data..... 34 Loading Log Data (LOAD)..... 34 Summary Check..... 35 Temperature / SWR Indication..... 36 About the Temperature / SWR Indication.... 36 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Temperature / SWR Indication Screen... 36 Graphic Meter Displays..... 37 Swept SWR Display...... 38 Using the Marker on the SWR Graph.... 39 Great Circle Map / Rotator Control Function.... 40 About the Great Circle Map / Rotator Control Function Screen... 40 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Great Circle Map / Rotator Control Function Screen.. 40 Manual Mode...... 42 Preset Mode..... 43 Memory Mode..... 44 Using the Memory Channel List..... 45 About the Memory Channel List.... 45 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Memory Channel List Screen.. 45 Erasing a Memory Channel/Restoring an Erased Memory Channel... 46 Saving Memory Data..... 46 Loading Memory Data..... 47 Using the MENU Mode..... 48 About the MENU Mode..... 48 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Menu Mode Screen... 49 Memu Mode Configuration Changes.... 50 Menu Mode Reset..... 50 Saving Menu Configuration Data..... 51 Loading Menu Data..... 52

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
1. Make certain that all cables are disconnected from the transceiver. 2. Referring to Figure 1, remove the three screws from each side of the transceiver, and three screws from the top edge of the rear panel. Slide the top cover toward to the rear about 1/2 inch (1 cm), then remove the top cover. 3. Refer to Figure 2 for the mounting location for the SCOPE Unit. Locate the 14-pin plug taped on the chassis. Remove the tape and remove the 14-pin plug from the chassis. 4. Mount the SCOPE Unit using the supplied four screws (Figure 3). 5. Referring to Figure 4, plug the 14-pin plug which was removed from the chassis in the previous step into the J7002 connector on the SCOPE Unit. 6. Locate the Coaxial plugs (labeled and ) installed in jacks (J4508 and J4507) on the RX-2 Unit. Unplug the Coaxial plug ( ) from the RX-2 Unit and plug it into the J7003 on the SCOPE Unit. Unplug the Coaxial plug ( ) from the RX-2 Unit and plug it into the J7001 on the SCOPE Unit (Figure 4). 7. Replace the top cover and its nine screws. 8. Assemble the transceiver, Data Management Unit, after-market Display, and after-market Keyboard (if used) pursuant to Figure 5.

Move the Coaxial plug

Figure 1
SCOPE Unit Mounting Location

14-pin Plug

Figure 2

SCOPE Unit

RX-2 Unit
Move the Coaxial plug 14-pin Plug

Figure 3

Figure 4

Antenna

~AC IN
Keep a inch (2.5 cm) of space on either side of the DMU-2000 to prevent the overheating.

KEYBOARD

MONITOR DMU TRX Supplied Connection Cable

Figure 5

DMU-2000 DATA MANAGEMENT UNIT

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SWITCHES AND CONNECTORS

POWER Switch

Press this switch to turn the Data Management Unit on, after first setting the rear panel POWER switch to the I position. Press this switch again to turn the Data Management Unit off. If the rear panels POWER switch is set to the O position, the front panel POWER switch will not function.

~AC IN Jack

Connect the supplied 3-wire AC line cord to this socket after ensuring that your AC mains voltage matches that on the label. See the Installation section for instructions on how to change the internal switching power supply AC mains voltage, if necessary.

DISPLAY Jack

Connect an external monitor (not supplied) to this jack.

SPECIFICATIONS

Supply Voltage: Power Consumption (Approx.): Dimensions (WxHxD): Weight (Approx.): 100 VAC ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (Universal) 50 VA 3.9 x 5.3 x 13.8 (100 x 135 x 350 mm) 6.8 lbs (3.1 kg)

PACKAGING LIST

DMU-2000 SCOPE Unit CF Card AC Power Cord 1 pc 1 pc 1 pc 1 pc Q9000855 (128 MB) T9017882: USA T9013285: Europe T9013283A: Australia Connection Cable Spare Fuse Screws Operation Manual Warranty Card 1 pc Tpc Q00000096 (3.15A) 4 pcs U03306002 (ASM3X6NI) 1 pc 1 pc

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PLEASE READ THIS FIRST
When turning on the transceiver for the first time, please set the local time as soon as possible. If this is not done, the various functions of the World Clock and Great Circle Map will not function correctly. Note: If you wish to add a city to the City List that was programmed at the factory, you will need to supply your own USB or PS/2 Keyboard. If you utilize one of the pre-loaded cities, a keyboard is not necessary. You may also set up the local time for other locations, without a keyboard, using the cities that have been pre-loaded at the factory. Please note that there are four power switches that must be turned on in order for the operation. They are (1) main power switch of the transceiver, (2) actual power switch of the transceiver, (3) main power switch of the Data Management Unit, and (4) actual power switch of the Data Management Unit. This Data Management Unit must be turned on before pressing the power switch on the front panel of the transceiver.
1. TURNING THE TRANSCEIVER ON
To turn the transceiver on, first press the main [POWER] switch (so that the I side is pressed downward). In the FT2000 (100 W version), the main [POWER] switch is on the right side of the rear panel. For the FT-2000D (200 W version), the Main [POWER] switch is located on the front panel of the FP-2000. Hold in the front panel [POWER] switch to turn the transceiver on.

3. LOCAL TIME SETUP

If you press and hold in the [DISPLAY] key for more than two seconds, white letters will appear at the bottom of the screen to indicate various functions, and the FT-2000s [F1(CH-1)] ~ [F7(P.BACK)] and [DISPLAY] keys will act as Function keys. On the monitor, there should be a World Map displayed; if the World Map does not appear, find the [F1(MAP)] key on the front panel of the FT-2000; press this key to get the World Map to display on the monitor.

2. TURNING

DMU-2000 ON

MENU MODE RESET

It is possible to reset (only) the Menu mode settings back to their factory default. Do this if you want to clear all settings out, and start fresh with the original values. 1. Turn off the radio. 2. Turn the radio on while pressing and holding in the [MENU] button.
[POWER] Switch [MENU] Button

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MONITOR DISPLAY
Main (VFO-A) & Sub (VFO-B) Fields
These areas of the Display contain information about the status of the Main (VFO-A) and Sub (VFO-B) VFOs.

Bandwidth Fields

This field indicates the net receiver bandwidth currently set for the Main (VFO-A) and Sub (VFO-B) VFOs.

MODE Fields

These fields indicate the operating mode in use on the above VFOs.

Date Field

The current date is displayed here.

Local Time-1 Field

The current time at your location (Local Time-1) is displayed here.
TX Frequency/Clarifier/ Antenna Selection Fields
These notations advise which VFO is being used for transmission, status of the Clarifier, and a notation of which antenna has been selected on that VFO.

GPS Field

If you have connected an after-market GPS unit (one providing NMEA location data) to the rear panel of the transceiver, icon (Base color is white) will appear here. When display the your location on a World Map with the GPS data, a base color of the icon turns into yellow.

Filter Fields

These fields note the offset status for the -Tuning or VRF filters, as well as the Roofing filter selection, for each VFO.

Filter Shift Fields

These fields graphically depict the positions of the DSP RX filters for the Main and Sub VFOs, indicating any IF Shift or Width tuning changes applied.

Local Time-2 Field

The Local Time-2 time, as programmed, will appear here.

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Timer Field
When the On Timer has been engaged, TIMER will appear here; when the Alarm has been engaged, ALARM will appear in this field.

World Time Field

This area shows the current time at the city selected on the World Map display.

Display Pages

Individual pages are provided for a wide variety of information or command purposes. Included are the World Clock page, Spectrum Scope page, Audio Scope and Oscilloscope page, Log Book page, Temperature and SWR indications page, Rotator Control with a Great Circle Map page, Memory Channel List page, and the Menu page.

[F2(SPAN)] Key

[F3(ATT)] Key [F4(CTR/FIX)] Key

USING THE MARKER

Press the [F1(FUNC)] key to show the screen for setup of the Marker. The indication [F1(FUNC)] will change to [F1(MKR ON/OFF)]; now press the [F1(MKR ON/OFF)] key once again, and the Marker line will be displayed at the center of the screen. It is possible to change the position of the marker by pressing the [F2( )] and [F3( )] keys. If you want to center on a strong signal, you can move the marker to the screen position occupied by that signal. When the [F5(CF)] key is pressed momentarily (one touch), the marker position will return to the center. In order to remove the marker, press the [F1(MKR ON/OFF)] key. When you want to return to the Spectrum Scope screen, press the [F7(EXIT)] key. If the screen returns to the previous screen (with the Marker displayed), the marker will remain on the screen.

MKR ON/OFF Key

CF Key

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Miscellaneous Functions SEARCHING FOR STRONG SIGNALS USING THE PEAK SEARCH FEATURE
1. Press the [F1 (FUNC )] key to show the screen for setup of the Marker. 2. Press the [F4(P.SRCH)] key to move the marker to the highest peak signal frequency. With each press the [F4(P.SRCH)] key, the Marker will shift to the strongest signal frequency away from the current frequency.

[F4(P.SRCH)] Key

CHANGING THE TRACE MODE
1. Press the [F1 (FUNC )] key to show the screen for setup of the Marker. 2. Press the [F6(TRACE)] key to select the Trace mode of the Spectrum Scope. The Trace mode selections are shown below. NORMAL AVERAGE PEAK HOLD NORMAL. The real-time signal strength will be displayed. Normally, you will want to use this mode. AVERAGE: The averaged signal strength will be displayed. PEAK HOLD: The signal level will be displayed, with peak strengths held for a few seconds. NORMAL:

[F6(TRACE)] Key

QMB MARKER
If the QMB frequency is within the Spectrum Scope sweep range, the QMB channels frequency will be displayed on the screen by a white arrow ( ). You may remove the QMB Marker from the screen via menu item 014 diSP QMB MARKER, if desired.

QMB Marker

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LBWS (LIMITED BAND WIDTH SWEEP) FUNCTION
LBWS (Limited Band Width Sweep) is a function that sweeps a limited segment of the Spectrum Scope span without changing the span (bandwidth). As the sweep segment becomes narrower, the speed becomes faster, and the accuracy and resolution become enhanced. The bandwidth can be set to 50 %, 30 %, or 10 % of the full span. The sweep speed will increase as follows: 50 %: about 2 times faster, 30 %: about 3 times faster, 10 %: about 10 times faster 1. By pressing the [F7(CTR/FIX)] key repeatedly, the CTR mode and the FIX mode will be toggled alternately. 2. By pressing the [F2(SPAN)] key, you can set the bandwidth of the span viewed using the Spectrum Scope. By pressing the [F2(SPAN)] key, the span will change as follows. 25 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 1000 kHz 2500 kHz 25 kHz. 3. Press the [F3(ATT)] key to set the desired attenuation value. By pressing the [F3(ATT)] key, the attenuation will change as follows. 0 dB 10 dB 20 dB 0 dB. 4. By pressing the [F6(LBWS)] key, the LBWS segment width will change as follows. NORMAL LBWS-1 (50%) LBWS-2 (30%) LBWS-3 (10%) NORMAL. Advice: Please note that the LBWS feature can not be used in the FIX mode. Please use LBWS only in the CTR mode.

[F5(LBWS)] Key

[F5(CTR/FIX)] Key

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FIX (FIXED) MODE
This feature is convenient when you want to monitor an entire amateur band. The starting point, located at the left edge of the screen, can be set via the Menu. Even if the screen span (bandwidth) is changed, the start frequency will not be changed. By watching the screen, you can move your operation to frequencies where interesting activity appears on the display. 1. By pressing the [F7(CTR/FIX)] key, it is possible to switch between the CTR mode and the FIX mode. Select the CTR mode at this time. 2. Press the [F2(SPAN)] key to set the desired value for the Span (bandwidth). By pressing the [F2(SPAN)] key, the span will change as follows. 25 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 1000 kHz 2500 kHz 25 kHz. 3. Press the [F3(ATT)] key to set the desired attenuation value. By pressing the [F3(ATT)] key, the attenuation will change as follows. 0 dB 10 dB 20 dB 0 dB. 4. When you rotate the Main Tuning Dial knob, the yellow arrow ( ) will move to follow your receive frequency. If the receive frequency is outside of the screen, the position of the operating frequency will be shown in the lower area of the display as <<< >>> , and RCV Freq is out of range will also be displayed. 5. Just as in the CTR mode, you can use the Marker. Please see page 23 for information on using the marker. Advice: In either CTR or FIX mode, the current operating frequency will be indicated on the screen by the yellow arrow ( ).
[F3(ATT)] Key [F5(CTR/FIX)] Key
SETTING THE LEFT EDGE FREQUENCY FOR THE FIX MODE
Press the [MENU] button momentarily to enter the Menu mode. Select the item which you want to change by rotating the Main Tuning Dial knob (in this case, the items will be in the range from 105 SCP 1.8 FI to 115 SPC 50.0 FI). Now you may change the setting by rotating the [SUB VFO-B] knob. When the change(s) are completed, press and hold in the [MENU] button for 2 seconds to save the change. If you do not want to save the change(s), press the [MENU] button momentarily. The radio will go back to its previous condition/situation. There are many setup items in the Menu, and they are grouped; the group name is displayed at the top left area of the list screen. It will generally be more convenient for you if you initially select the group, by rotating the Main Tuning Dial knob, and then select the item you want to work on.

[F2(MODE)] Key [F4(ATT)] Key [F3(SOURCE)] Key

SPECTRUM DISPLAY

AUDIO SCOPE SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency Range: 100 Hz - 4 kHz Frequency Resolution: 20 Hz (Approx.) Display Range: 80dB (Approx.) Signal Processing: FFT (Fast Fourier Transformation) Input Level: 1 Vp-p Input (ADC Max. value) Attenuator: @0 dB, top edge; @10 dB, 1 division of shift; @20 dB, 2 divisions of shift

WATERFALL DISPLAY

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Both TX and RX waveforms can be observed, allowing optimal adjustments of setup options or filter settings, on Voice, CW, and Digital modes. 1. Press the [F6(LEVEL)] key to set the level as appropriate for the signal strength being monitored. Available values are: 0.3 V 0.1 V 1.0 V 0.3 V. 2. Press the [F7(SWEEP)] key to set the desired sweep time. Available values are: 10 ms 30 ms 100 ms 300 ms 1 s 10 ms. Advice: When monitoring the TX waveform, turn on the monitor feature by pressing the front panels [MONI] button.
LEVEL Select SWEEP Select

OSCILLOSCOPE DISPLAY

OSCILLOSCOPE SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency Range: 0 - 4 kHz Sweep Speed: 10/30/100/300/1000ms (adjustable) Time Base Indication: One frame: 10 divisions (20 gradations) Sweep time / /1.5 m/5 m/15 m/50 m/DIV Signal Processing: AC Level Detection Synchronizer function Input Level: 1 Vp-p Input (ADC Max. value)

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LOG BOOK FUNCTION

LOG BOOK
If the Log Book screen does not initially appear, press the [DISPLAY] key to switch the Function keys function to Page Select Key, then press the [F4(LOGBOOK)] key momentarily to display the Log Book screen. Next, press the [DISPLAY] key again to switch the Function keys function to the Function Key.
By connecting your keyboard (not supplied) to the Data Management Units rear-panel KEYBOARD jack (PS/2 or USB), you can create a Log Book within the radio, and display it on the Display. Date, time, frequency, and mode will be automatically stored, and you can save log data to the Compact Flash card for archive purposes.

LOG BOOK SCREEN

You may use the CHECK function to check the log to see if a QSO has been made previously with the logged station, and you may also create a summary of QSOs by band and mode by pressing this key. The log may be viewed solely for the current operator, or for all operators registered into the Logbook and saved on the CF card.

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LOG BOOK DATA INPUT
Log data may be entered by the user. Depending on the user setup (CONFIG) for LOGGING TYPE, there are two logging modes: In the CONTEST mode, the operator just enters the callsign, signal report, and the REM (remarks) fields, and the Date/Time/Band/Mode are all entered automatically. In the NORMAL mode, additional information may be entered, such as the Country, City, and Name. Up to 500 stations may store into a file. Please enter the log data in accordance with the example in the illustration. Advice: Before you start logging, we recommend that you perform the CONFIG SETTING MODE procedure within the User setup (CONFIG) protocol. 1. Referring to the Figure on page 29, use your keyboard to enter the callsign in the CALL field. Now press the keyboards [ENTER] key. 2. The callsign will be checked against the previous entries to see if it is a duplicate; if so, the CALLSIGN REPETITION CHECKLIST will open, listing this and any other duplicates. During the QSO, if you wish to delete the callsign and other information for this line, just press the keyboards [ESC] key. 3. Enter all desired data in accordance with the example in the picture. When finished, press the keyboards [ENTER] key. Note: In order to ensure preservation of log data, be sure to Save the data frequently. It is always a good idea to maintain a paper archive copy of log data. Vertex Standard specifically disclaims responsibility for any liability arising from the loss of log data.
CALLSIGN REPETITION CHECK LIST
Advice: When entering the Zone via the ITUZR field, pressing the key-boards [ENTER] key will move you to the CQ Zone (CQZR); from there, use the key-boards [ ] key to navigate back to the ITUZR field, if desired. When doing input of the PREFIX, CQZR (or ITUZR), ENTITY, and QRA data, please set the LOGGING TYPE to NORMAL beforehand. This will allow you to move from column to column by pressing the keyboards [ENTER] key. In addition, when (for example) entering the PREFIX and pressing the key-boards [ENTER] key, the PREFIX SELECT LIST will appear, and the ENTITY and CQZR (or ITUZR) will automatically be entered.

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LOG BOOK PREVIOUS-QSO CHECK (CHECK)
It is possible to check the log in search for previous QSOs with a particular station. When a log entry of interest is found, you may edit the information on that line, if you like. 1. Referring to the Figure on page 29, enter the desired callsign into the CALL field. 2. Press the [F4(CHECK)] key to show a list of any previous QSOs with the specified station within the current log. Any previous QSOs will appear on a CHECK MODE list. 3. Use the [F1( )], [F2( )], [F3( )], and [F4( )] keys to scroll through the data on the CHECK MODE list.

CHECK MODE LIST

Quick Point: In the Step 2 above, before doing a check for a duplicate QSO, a copy is made of the QSO record, and you may then do editing of that record. Use the [F1( )], [F2( )], [F3( )], and [F4( )] keys to select an item from among CALL, RST, BAND, MODE, and REM; when you press the [F5(ONLY THIS)] key youll copy only that item. When you press the [F7(EXIT)] key, the display image changes to what you see on page 29; press the keyboards [ENTER] key to do a duplicate check, and press the [ENTER] key once more to return to the log input page and copy the data. If you select a line of data using the [F1( )] and [F2( )] keys, pressing the [F6(ALL SELECT)] key followed by [F7(ENTER)] key will cause the display image to change to what you see on page 29, and you may now press the keyboards [ENTER] key to do a duplicate check. Press the [ENTER] key once more to return to the log input page and copy the data to that page (however, the NUMBER, RST, BAND, and MODE data will not be copied).

LOADING LOG DATA (LOAD)

You may load log data from a CF card into your DMU-2000 (for example, an archive copy, or a log from a different DMU-2000 or FT DX 9000 Series Trasnceiver). Before starting, be sure the CF card containing the log data has been inserted into the CF Card Slot. 1. Referring to Figure on page 29, press the [F7 (SAVE/LOAD )] key to engage the Save/Load mode. 2. Press the [F5 ( SAVE/LOAD )] key to engage the LOAD protocol.
3. Use the [F1( )] and [F2( )] keys to select the file you wish to upload to the transceiver, then press the [F6(GO)] key to load the file. Advice: Be sure not to delete the extension to the file name, when entering the file name. A missing extension will make it impossible to load log data When the ERROR message CF CARD IS NOT READY appears on the display, please confirm that the CF card is inserted correctly into its slot. When memory data is loaded from the CF card, the current memories stored in the DMU-2000 will be overwritten, and the previous data is erased. We recommend that you save and download the current memory data to the CF card, if you want to use it again later.

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SUMMARY CHECK
You may do a band-by band, mode-by mode, or all log summary of your log data.

MODE-BASED SUMMARY CHECK

1. Referring to Figure on page 29, press the [F5(SUMMARY)] key to bring up the SUMMARY MODE page, and you may then press the [F2(MODESEL )] key and select the desired mode, using the keyboards arrow ([ ] or [ ]) keys. 2. When you press the [F6(RUN)] key, the summary list for the selected mode will be displayed. 3. Use the [F4( )] and [F5( )] keys to scroll through the summary list.

SUMMARY MODE PAGE

OPERATOR-BASED SUMMARY CHECK
1. Referring to Figure on page 29, press the [F5(SUMMARY)] key to brings up the SUMMARY MODE page, then press the [F3(OP-SEL)] key and then use the keyboards arrow ([ ] or [ ]) keys to select ALL-OP or CURRENT OP as desired. ALL-OP: All log data from all operators registered on the data stored on the CF card will be displayed. CURRENT OP: Only the log data from the current operator will be displayed. 2. Press the [F6(RUN)] key to display the summary list for the selected operator, or all operators. 3. Use the [F4( )] and [F5( )] keys to scroll through the summary list. Note: The Summary Check function requires that NORMAL be selected as the Log Type before you start, and only logs containing the PREFIX may be used for this function. Files saved in either.CSV or.TXT formats are capable of letting you perform the Summary Check function.

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[F4(MODE)] Key
By pressing this key, the rotation control mode can be selected. With every momentary press, the mode changes as shown below. The mode is indicated in the middle of the Display. MANUAL PRESET MEMORY MANUAL.

[F6(FAST)] Key

When you want to increase the speed of the rotation, this key is used. Normally, you will use the 100 % value; once 100 % is selected, you typically will not need to use this key.
This key switches the Display between the Great Circle Map and the regular Rotator Control compass display. Advice: If the Great Circle display is utilized, you probably already know the approximate location of the other station on the map; so even if the country name and the city name are not entered into the radio, the Great Circle Map provides a convenient tool for rotating the antenna to the optimum heading. If your own location is not indicated at the center of the Great Circle Map, please set the local time (which registers the location where the radio is operated). If this is not done, the various functions of the World clock and Great Circle Map will not function correctly. Regarding the setting of the Local time, please see the PLEASE READ THIS FIRST section.
MANUAL: CW/CCW control is performed manually. PRESET: Rotation to the PRESET direction is selected. MEMORY: Rotation to one of the stored rotation memories is selected.

MODE Indicator

[F5(SLOW)] Key
When you want to slow down the speed of the rotation, this key is used. Normally, you will use the 100 % value; once 100 % is selected, you typically will not need to use this key.

GREAT CIRCLE MAP DISPLAY

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MANUAL MODE

It is possible to operate/control the rotator manually. If the other stations location has been entered, the location of the other station and yours will be connected with a line on the Great Circle Map, and you can rotate the antenna manually to the direction of the other station.

MANUAL OPERATION

Use the [F2(CCW)] key to rotate the antenna counterclockwise, or the [F3 (CCW)] key to cause clockwise rotation of your antenna.

REGULAR COMPASS DISPLAY

MANUAL OPERATION (USING THE GREAT CIRCLE MAP)
1. Press the [F4(MODE)] key, as necessary, to select the PRESET or MANUAL mode. The mode is indicated in the middle of the Display. 2. Press the [F7(MAP)] key to display the Great Circle Map on the screen. If you know the approximate location of the country of the other station, rotate your antenna by looking the map and rotating the antenna in the appropriate direction. 3. If you want to display a station on the Great Circle Map, start by pressing the [F1(ZONE)] key; the World Maps zones will be displayed. Select the Zone of the other station by pressing the [F1( )], [F2( )], [F3( )], and [F4( )] keys, then press the [F7(SELECT)] key momentarily. The list of the countries in the selected Zone will be shown. Select the country name of the other station by pressing the [F1( )], [F2( )], [F3( )], and [F4( )] keys, then press the [F7(SELECT)] key momentarily. Now, the list of the city names within the selected country will appear, and you will need to select one of the city names by pressing the [F1( )], [F2( )], [ F3 ( )] , and [ F4 ( )] keys. Now press the [F7(SELECT)] key. Note; in some countries, there may be only one city in the country; select that one city anyway. 4. Press the [F8(EXIT)] key. Automatically the screen will revert to the Great Circle Map, and the location of the other station will plotted on the map, connected by a line to your location via the short path. 5. Use the [F2(CCW)] and [F3(CW)] keys to rotate your antenna system to the direction just plotted on the Display.

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PRESET MODE
The Preset mode lets you set the desired direction of the rotator in advance, so you can automatically rotate your Yaesu rotator to the designated direction. Use of a Yaesu Rotator (G-800DXA, G-1000DXA, or G-2800DXA) requires the connection of the optional T9101556 cable to the connector located on the back of the FT-2000 transceiver. 1. Press the [F4(MODE)] key, as necessary, to select the PRESET mode. 2. Press the [F7(MAP)] key, if necessary, to bring up the Great Circle Map screen. 3. Press the [F2 (CCW )] or [F5 (CW )] key to set the Preset pointer to the direction of the other station's location. 4. Press the [F5(START)] key to engage hands-free rotation to the beam heading you just set up in the previous step. You may stop the rotation manually by pressing the [F5(START)] key again.

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MEMORY MODE
It is possible to rotate the antenna automatically to a direction or directions which you store into memory in advance. Use of a Yaesu Rotator (G-800DXA, G-1000DXA, or G-2800DXA) requires the connection of the optional T9101556 cable to the connector located on the back of the FT-2000 transceiver.
PROGRAMMING BEAM HEADINGS

MEMORY

1. Press the [F4(MODE)] key, as necessary, to select the PRESET or MANUAL mode. 2. Use the techniques learned previously to rotate the antenna to the desired beam heading. 3. Now press the [ F4 ( MODE )] key to select the MEMORY mode. 4. Select the desired memory channel register by using the the [F2( )] key and [F3( )] keys, then press the [F6(MW)] key to memorize the programmed beam heading. Advice: The maximum number of beam-heading memories which can be stored is 9. If you have connected your after-market keyboard to the DMU-2000, you can append a name (tag) to the memory channel (maximum: 6 characters). It often is convenient to enter the callsign of a station, or perhaps a label such as Europe for easy reference. The method of entering the name tag into a memory is described below. 1. Use the [F2( )] key and [F3( )] keys to select the rotator memory register onto which you wish to append a name tag. 2. Press the keyboards [ENTER] key; the cursor on the screen will blink. 3. Use your keyboard to enter the name tag; a maximum of six characters may be utilized.

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ERASING

MEMORY CHANNEL/RESTORING

ERASED MEMORY CHANNEL
You can erase data from any memory channel which is no longer needed. It also is possible to restore (immediately after deletion) erased memory channel data, in case you erase something by accident. 1. Select the memory channel you want to erase by pressing the [F6( )] key or [F7( )] key. 2. To mask the current memorys contents, press the [F5(MASK/RESTORE)] key. If you want to restore the erased memory channels data, press the [F5(MASK/RESTORE)] key once more. Advice: A memory channel which has been erased can be restored by pressing the [F5(MASK/RESTORE)] key again, but if any other key has been pressed after you erased the memory channel, the memory cannot be restored.

SAVING MEMORY DATA

Memory data from the FT-2000s internal memory may be saved to the supplied Compact Flash (CF) card. 1. Press the [F3(SAVE)] key to open the Save window. If there are several file names stored, select the desired file by pressing the [F6( )] key and [F7( )] keys.
2. If you want to over-write the file name, go to step 3. If you do not want to over-write the data on an existing file name, and want to save the data in the new file: press the [F4(FILE)] key; now enter the desired file name from your keyboard (the file extension will be.mcl for Menu data). 3. Press the [F3(GO)] key to save the data into the CF card. If you want to cancel the saving of the memory data, press the [F2(CANCEL)] key. Advice: When the ERROR message CF CARD IS NOT READY appears on the display, please confirm that the CF card is inserted correctly into its slot. When memory data is saved in the CF card under a previously-used file name, the old/previous data will be revised and the old data erased.

[F3(GO)] Key

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LOADING MEMORY DATA

Loading Memory Data from the CF Card to the Memory on the FT-2000. 1. Press the [F2(LOAD)] key to open the memory loading window. If there are multiple file names stored on the CF card, select the desired file by pressing the [F6( )] key and [F7( )] key.

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DATA MANAGEMENT UNIT

DMU-2000

OPERATING MANUAL

VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan

VERTEX STANDARD

US Headquarters 10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.

YAESU UK LTD.

Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.

VERTEX STANDARD HK LTD.

Unit 5, 20/F., Seaview Centre, 139-141 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
VERTEX STANDARD (AUSTRALIA) PTY., LTD.
Normanby Business Park, Unit 14/45 Normanby Road Notting Hill 3168, Victoria, Australia

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Installation and Connection (FT-2000/D).... 1 Installation and Connection (FT-950)..... 2 Installation and Connection (FTDX5000).... 3 Switches and Connectors..... 4 Please Read This First..... 6 Before Using an External Monitor..... 10 About the DMU-2000 Data Management Operation... 10 About the Monitor Display..... 12 How to Use the World Clock function..... 14 About the World Clock.... 14 Explanation of the Function Keys on the World Map Screen... 14 SET (LOCAL-TIME1) Setup.... 15 FORMAT (TIME FORMAT) Setup.... 15 City Selection..... 16 Miscellaneous World Clock Setup Options..... 17 OFF Timer and Alarm Setup..... 18 Spectrum Scope...... 20 About the Spectrum Scope..... 20 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Spectrum Scope Screen.... 20 Using the CTR (Center) Display Mode.... 22 Using the LBWS (Limited Band Width Sweep) Function... 24 Using the FIX (Fixed) Mode..... 25 Audio Scope and Oscilloscope..... 26 About the Audio Scope and Oscilloscope.... 26 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Audio Scope and Oscilloscope Screen.. 26 Using the Audio Scope.... 27 Audio Scope Specifications..... 27 Using the Oscilloscope.... 28 Oscilloscope Specifications..... 28 Log Book Function..... 30 About the Log Book..... 30 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Log Book Screen.... 30 Log Book Example..... 31 CONFIG Setting..... 32 CONFIG SETTING Mode Setup..... 33 Log Book Data Input..... 34 Log Book Previous-QSO Check (CHECK).... 35 Editing Log Book Entries..... 35 Saving Log Data...... 36 Loading Log Data (LOAD)..... 36 Summary Check..... 37 Temperature / SWR Indication.... 38 About the Temperature / SWR Indication.... 38 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Temperature / SWR Indication Screen.. 38 Graphic Meter Displays..... 39 Swept SWR Display..... 40 Using the Marker on the SWR Graph.... 41 Great Circle Map / Rotator Control Function.... 42 About the Great Circle Map / Rotator Control Function Screen... 42 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Great Circle Map / Rotator Control Function Screen.. 42 Manual Mode...... 44 Preset Mode...... 45 Memory Mode..... 46 Using the Memory Channel List.... 47 About the Memory Channel List.... 47 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Memory Channel List Screen... 47 Erasing a Memory Channel/Restoring an Erased Memory Channel... 48 Saving Memory Data..... 48 Loading Memory Data..... 49 Using the MENU Mode..... 50 Explanation of the Function Keys on the Menu Mode Screen... 50 Memu Mode Configuration Changes.... 51 Menu Mode Reset..... 51 Saving Menu Configuration Data..... 52 Loading Menu Data...... 52
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION

FT-2000/FT-2000D

1. Make certain that all cables are disconnected from the transceiver. 2. Referring to Figure 1, remove the three screws from each side of the transceiver, and three screws from the top edge of the rear panel. Slide the top cover toward the rear about 1/2 inch (1 cm), then remove the top cover. 3. Refer to Figure 2 for the mounting location for the SCOPE Unit. Locate the 14-pin plug taped on the chassis. Remove the tape and remove the 14-pin plug from the chassis. 4. Mount the SCOPE Unit using the supplied four screws (Figure 3). 5. Referring to Figure 4, plug the 14-pin plug which was removed from the chassis in the previous step into the J7002 connector on the SCOPE Unit. 6. Locate the Coaxial plugs (labeled and ) installed in jacks (J4508 and J4507) on the RX-2 Unit. Unplug the Coaxial plug ( ) from the RX-2 Unit and plug it into J7003 on the SCOPE Unit. Unplug the Coaxial plug ( ) from the RX-2 Unit and plug it into J7001 on the SCOPE Unit (Figure 4). 7. Replace the top cover and its nine screws. 8. Connect the transceiver, Data Management Unit, after-market Display, and after-market Keyboard (if used) as shown in Figure 5.

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(3) Using the GPS Receiver If you connect the GPS receiver (not supplied) to the COM jack on the rear panel, your location (Longitude/Latitude) is set automatically. Press the [KEY6(LON/LAT)] key. The display will indicate the Longitude/Latitude of your location. Press the [KEY6(GPS)] key to re-read the GPS data.

6. CORRECTING THE DATE

Use the [KEY1( )] and [KEY2( )] keys to highlight DATE, then press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key. Use the [KEY3()] and [KEY4()] keys to navigate to each column of the date, then use the [KEY1()] and [KEY2()] keys to select the desired numbers in each column. Repeat for each column, to complete the date.
5. CHANGING THE CITY NAME
(To manually enter a city name, connect a PS/2 or USB Keyboard (not supplied). If you do not wish to enter a new city name, please skip to step (6) below). Use the [KEY1( )] and [KEY2( )] keys to highlight the CITY, then press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key. Enter the name of the desired city from your keyboard.
When entry is complete, press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key.

7. TIME SETTING

Press the [KEY1()] or [KEY2()] key to highlight TIME, then press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key to enter the time entry mode. Use the [KEY3()] and [KEY4()] keys to navigate to the desired column in the date, then use the [KEY1( )] and [KEY2( )] keys to select the desired number in each column. Time is entered in 24hour format.
When you have completed your input, press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key once more.

IMPORTANT NOTE

When a full reset is performed on the transceiver, the DMU-2000s data will also be reset, if the DMU-2000s [POWER] switch is also on.

MANUAL REFERENCE

[KEY1(xxx)] [KEY2(xxx)] [KEY3(xxx)] [KEY4(xxx)] [KEY5(xxx)] [KEY6(xxx)] [KEY7(xxx)] [KEY8(xxx)]

FT-950 FTDX5000

[1.8(1)] [3.5(2)] [7(3)] [10(4)] [14(5)] [18(6)] [21(7)] [24.5(8)]

FT-2000 FT-2000D

[F1(CH-1)] [F2(CH-2)] [F3(CH-3)] [F4(CH-4)] [F5(MEM)] [F6(DEC)] [F7(P.BACK)] [DISPLAY]

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8. SETTING UP DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
Once you have selected the city to be utilized, use the [KEY1()] and [KEY2()] keys to highlight DST (DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME). Use the [KEY3()] and [KEY4()] keys to choose ON or OFF.

9. SAVING AND CLOSING

When you are satisfied with all of the above entries, press and hold in the [KEY7(SELECT)] key for two seconds to save all the new settings. The chosen city and time zone will appear on the World Map page. Note: The [KEY1(SET)] key is only used when setting the city name and local time. If you make a mistake, press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key for 2 seconds to return to the World Map screen.

[KEY5(TIMER)] Key

OFF TIMER

ALARM SETUP SCREEN

Advice: When the OFF timer is engaged (power is shut off), the condition of the radio is the same as if the power switch on the front panel has been turned off. The Main power (circuit breaker) is not turned off. The Alarm will ring for around 60 seconds. If you want to stop the alarm, press any of the keys located on the front panel.

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SPECTRUM SCOPE

ABOUT THE SPECTRUM SCOPE
This page displays the Spectrum Scope, which is convenient for monitoring band activity. The entire screen will become a spectrum display, and Both strong and weak signals from the Main (VFO-A) band receiver are clearly shown. The LBWS (Limited Band Width Sweep) function provides very high-speed signal detection over a limited band segment. The CTR mode (your frequency is located at the center of the screen), permits monitoring signals close to your current frequency. The FIX mode (the left band edge frequency is fixed) can also be engaged. These features have been carefully considered for their utility in actual Amateur Radio operation. If the Spectrum Scope screen does not initially appear, press the [DISPLAY] key to toggle the Function key operations to Page Select mode. Then press the [F2(RF SCOPE)] key briefly to display the Spectrum Scope screen. Next, press the [DISPLAY] key again to toggle the Function key operations to Function Keys. Quick Point: The vertical axis of the Spectrum Scope is 10 dB per division. During transmission, the transmitters waveform will be displayed.
EXPLANATION OF THE FUNCTION KEYS ON THE SPECTRUM SCOPE SCREEN
The operation of the individual function tabs will change, depending on the display page being viewed. Carefully inspect the function tabs as you change pages, to ensure you are performing the correct and desired function.

[KEY1(FUNC)] Key

[KEY2(SPAN)] Key (Bandwidth)
Press this key repeatedly to choose the range of frequencies shown across the spectrum display. 25 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 1000 kHz 2500 kHz 25 kHz. If the setting is toggled to 2500 kHz, and you press this key once more, the span returns to 25 kHz again. The current span is indicated below the SPAN indication, above the spectrum display.
Moves you to the Spectrum Scope setup screen used for setup of the MKR (Marker) functions, etc. Advice: On this screen, the functions assigned to the function keys are changed. If you want to return to the previous screen, press the [KEY7(EXIT)] key.

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[KEY3(ATT)] Key (Attenuator)
Press this key repeatedly to attenuate the displayed signal level as shown below. The noise level on the band will vary according to conditions of your antenna, the time of day, etc.; please select the appropriate value for current conditions. 0 dB 10 dB 20 dB 0 dB.

[KEY7(LBWS)] Key

Press this key to activate the Limited Band Width Sweep (LBWS) function, which permits high-speed sweeping of a band segment. As the bandwidth is set narrower, the sweep speed becomes faster, allowing the scope to capture signals with quicker resolution. The bandwidth can be set to 50 %, 30 %, or 10 % of the full span. The sweep speed becomes faster by the following amounts: 50 %: about 2 times faster 30 %: about 3 times faster 10 %: about 10 times faster NORMAL LBWS-1 (50%) LBWS-2 (30%) LBWS-3 (10%) NORMAL. Advice: When you enter the LBWS mode, the operation of the function keys below the Display change. It is possible to move the position of the LBWS sweep by pressing the [KEY5()] or the [KEY6()] key. If you want to return to the normal sweep operation, press the [KEY7(LBWS)] key as needed. NOTE: the LBWS can not be used in the FIX mode, it is only available in the CTR mode.

[KEY6(CTR/FIX)] Key

Press this key to switch between the CTR mode and FIX mode. In the CTR mode, the current operating frequency is displayed at the center of the screen. In the FIX mode, the frequency selected via the Menu is fixed at the left edge of the display. Advice: For ease of status recognition in either CTR or FIX mode, the current operating frequency is indicated on the screen by the Orange colored .
Press this key briefly to switch the Function key operations between the Page Select Keys and the Function Keys. Press and hold in this key to disable DMU-2000 control, and return the key button control to the FT-2000/ D, FT-950, or FTDX5000 operations.
FIX MODE SETUP (LEFT EDGE FREQUENCY)
Press the [MENU] button briefly to enter the Menu mode. Select the menu item that you want to change by rotating the Main Tuning Dial knob (on the FT2000/D, this will be one of the SCOPE MENU items from MENU 107 SCP 1.8 FIX to MENU 117 SCP 50.0 FIX. On the FT-950, this will be one of the SCOPE MENU items from MENU 073 SCP 1.8 FIX to 083 SCP 50.0 FIX). On the FTDX5000, rotate the (VFO-A)[SELECT] knob and select one of the SCOPE MENU items from MENU 131 SCP 1.8 FIX to MENU 141 SCP 50.0 FIX. Then change the setting by rotating the [SUB VFOB] knob on the FT-2000/D, or the [CLAR/VFO-B] knob on the FT-950, or the (VFO-B)[SELECT] knob on the FTDX5000. When the menu changes are completed, press and hold in the [MENU] button for 2 seconds to save the change. If you do not want to save the change(s), press the [MENU] button briefly. The radio will go back to its previous condition/situation.

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USING THE CTR (CENTER) DISPLAY MODE
It is possible to view strong and weak signals received on the Main Band (VFO-A) on the Spectrum Scope. Also, the LBWS (Limited Band Width Sweep) mode permits a high-speed, high-resolution sweep of a limited band segment. 1. Press the [KEY6(CTR/FIX)] key to change to the CTR mode. 2. Repeatedly pressing the [KEY6(CTR/FIX)] key will toggle between the CTR mode and the FIX mode. In the CTR mode, the Orange colored will appear at the center of the display, indicating your current operating frequency. 3. Repeatedly press the [KEY2(SPAN)] key to select the desired frequency span to monitor. The Span selections are: 25 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 1000 kHz 2500 kHz 25 kHz. 4. Repeatedly press [KEY3(ATT)] key to select the desired attenuation value according to current propagation conditions, your operating frequency and antenna, etc. 0 dB 10 dB 20 dB 0 dB.
[KEY2(SPAN)] Key [KEY3(ATT)] Key

[KEY6(CTR/FIX)] Key

USING THE MARKER
Press the [KEY1(FUNC)] key to show the Marker setup screen. The indication tab [KEY1(FUNC)] will change to [KEY1(MKR ON/OFF)]; now press the [KEY1(MKR ON/OFF)] key once again, and the Marker line will be displayed at the center of the screen. It is possible to change the position of the marker by pressing the [KEY2()] or [KEY3()] keys. If you want to mark the center of a strong signal, you can move the marker to the screen position occupied by that signal. When the [KEY5(CF)] key is pressed briefly (one touch), the marker position will return to the center. In order to remove the markerfrom the screen, press the [KEY1(MKR ON/OFF)] key. When you want to return to the Spectrum Scope screen, press the [KEY7(EXIT)] key. If the Marker is displayed, it will remain on the screen.

[KEY1(MKR ON/OFF)] Key

[KEY5(CF)] Key

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Miscellaneous Functions SEARCHING FOR STRONG SIGNALS USING THE PEAK SEARCH FEATURE
1. Press the [KEY1(FUNC)] key to display the Marker setup screen. 2. Press the [KEY4(P.SRCH)] key to move the marker to the highest peak signal frequency. With each press of the [KEY4(P.SRCH)] key, the Marker will shift to the strongest signal frequency away from the current frequency.

[KEY4(P.SRCH)] Key

CHANGING THE TRACE MODE
1. Press the [KEY1(FUNC)] key to display the Marker setup screen. 2. Repeatedly Press the [KEY6(TRACE)] key to select the Trace mode of the Spectrum Scope. The Trace mode selections are shown below. NORMAL AVERAGE PEAK HOLD NORMAL. NORMAL: The real-time signal strength will be displayed. Normally, you will want to use this mode. AVERAGE: The averaged signal strength will be displayed. PEAK HOLD: The signal level will be displayed, with peak strengths held for a few seconds.

[KEY6(TRACE)] Key

QMB MARKER
If the QMB frequency is within the Spectrum Scope sweep range, the QMB channels frequency will be displayed on the screen by a white arrow (). You may remove the QMB Marker from the screen via menu item FT-2000/D: 014 diSP QMB MARKER MARKER, FT-950: 013 DISP QMB MKR or FTDX5000: 016 MKR, MKR, DISP QMB MKR if desired.

QMB Marker

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USING THE LBWS (LIMITED BAND WIDTH SWEEP) FUNCTION
LBWS (Limited Band Width Sweep) is a function that sweeps a limited segment of the Spectrum Scope span without changing the span (bandwidth). As the sweep segment becomes narrower, the speed becomes faster, and the accuracy and resolution become enhanced. The bandwidth can be set to 50 %, 30 %, or 10 % of the full span. The sweep speed will increase as follows: 50 %: about 2 times faster, 30 %: about 3 times faster, 10 %: about 10 times faster 1. By pressing the [KEY6(CTR/FIX)] key repeatedly, the CTR mode and the FIX mode will be toggled alternately. 2. Press the [KEY2(SPAN)] key repeatedly, to choose the bandwidth span to be shown on the Spectrum Scope. The bandwidth span choices are: 25 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 1000 kHz 2500 kHz 25 kHz. 3. Press the [KEY3(ATT)] key repeatedly, to choose the desired attenuation value. The attenuation will change as follows: 0 dB 10 dB 20 dB 0 dB. 4. By pressing the [KEY7(LBWS)] key repeatedly, the LBWS (Limited Band Width Sweep) segment width will change as follows. NORMAL LBWS-1 (50%) LBWS-2 (30%) LBWS-3 (10%) NORMAL. Advice: The LBWS feature can not be used in the FIX mode. The LBWS is only available in the CTR mode.

[KEY7(LBWS)] Key

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USING THE FIX (FIXED) MODE
This feature is convenient when you want to monitor an entire amateur band. The starting point, located at the left edge of the screen, can be set via the Menu. Even if the screen span (bandwidth) is changed, the start frequency will not be changed. By watching the screen, you can move your operation to frequencies where interesting activity appears on the display. 1. Use the [KEY6(CTR/FIX)] key to choose between the CTR mode and the FIX mode. Select the FIX mode at this time. 2. Press the [KEY2(SPAN)] key repeatedly to set the Spectrum Scope Span (bandwidth). The available choices are as follows: 25 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 1000 kHz 2500 kHz 25 kHz. 3. Press the [KEY3(ATT)] key repeatedly, to set the desired attenuation value. The attenuation will change as follows. 0 dB 10 dB 20 dB 0 dB. 4. When you rotate the Main Tuning Dial knob, the Orange colored will move to follow your receive frequency. If the receive frequency is outside of the screen, the position of the operating frequency will be shown in the lower area of the display as <<< >>> , and RCV Freq is out of range will also be displayed. range RCV 5. When TRCE MODE is set to Average or Peak Average Peak Average Peak (See page 22), you may reset the screen display by pressing the [KEY7(REFRESH)] key. 6. Just as in the CTR mode, you can use the Marker. Please see page 22 for information on using the marker.

[KEY2(SPAN)] Key

[KEY3(ATT)] Key [F6(CTR/FIX)] Key [KEY7(REFRESH)] Key
SETTING THE LEFT EDGE FREQUENCY FOR THE FIX MODE

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AUDIO SCOPE AND OSCILLOSCOPE
ABOUT THE AUDIO SCOPE AND OSCILLOSCOPE
The Audio Scope and the Oscilloscope displays are shown on the screen simultaneously. With the Audio Scope, the horizontal line represents frequency, and you can use this function to view the frequency response within the RX or TX bandwidth. In the Oscilloscope mode, the horizontal line represents time, and you can view the RX signal waveform within the RX bandwidth. The TX waveform is shown during transmissions. If the Audio Scope / Oscilloscope screen does not initially appear, press the [KEY8(DISPLAY)] key to switch the Function key operations to Page Select Key, then press the [KEY3(AF SCOPE)] key briefly to display the Audio Scope / Oscilloscope screen. Next, press the [KEY8(DISPLAY)] key again to switch the Function key operations to the Function Keys.
EXPLANATION OF THE FUNCTION KEYS ON THE AUDIO SCOPE AND OSCILLOSCOPE SCREEN
Here are the uses for the function keys when the Audio scope and Oscilloscope are displayed on the screen.

[KEY2(MODE)] Key

[KEY6(LEVEL)] Key
This key permits adjustment of the sensitivity of the Oscilloscope display at the right side of the screen. Adjust the level while viewing the screen, to optimize the setting according to the signal and noise conditions present. Available values are: 0.3 V 0.1 V 1.0 V 0.3 V.
The SCAN MODE for the left-side Audio Scope can be changed. Pressing this key changes The Audio Scope mode as follows: NORMAL WF-1 WF-2 NORMAL. WF-1 and WF-2 are Waterfall displays. The sweep time (speed) of WF-2 is faster than that of WF-1.

[KEY3(SOURCE)] Key

Pressing this key repeatedly changes the source for the audio to be viewed by the Audio Scope. The selections are: VFO-A VFO-B EXT VFO-A. When EXT is selected, you can observe the audio wave form of a signal input provided by equipment connected to the AUDIO IN jack on the rear panel of the DMU-2000.

[KEY7(SWEEP)] Key

This key permits adjustment of the sweep time for the Oscilloscope. Adjust this setting while viewing the screen. Available sweep times are: 10 ms 30 ms 100 ms 300 ms 1 s 10 ms.

3. Use the [KEY1( )] and [KEY2()] keys to select the file you wish to upload to the transceiver, then press the [KEY6(GO)] key to load the file.
Advice: When entering the file name, be sure not to delete the file extension. A missing extension will make it impossible to load log data. If the ERROR message CF CARD IS NOT READY appears on the display, please confirm that the CF card is inserted correctly into its slot. When memory data is loaded from the CF card, the current memories stored in the DMU-2000 will be over-written, and the previous data is erased. We recommend that you save and download the current memory data to the CF card, if you want to use it again later.

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SUMMARY CHECK
You may do a band-by band, a mode-by mode, or an all log summary of your log data.

MODE-BASED SUMMARY CHECK

1. Referring to Figure on page 31, press the [KEY5(SUMMARY)] key to bring up the SUMMARY MODE page, and you may then press the [KEY2 (MODE-SEL )] key and select the desired mode, using the keyboards arrow ([] or []) keys. 2. When you press the [KEY6(RUN)] key, the summary list for the selected mode will be displayed. 3. Use the [KEY4( )] and [KEY5( )] keys to scroll through the summary list.

SUMMARY MODE PAGE

OPERATOR-BASED SUMMARY CHECK
1. Referring to Figure on page 31, press the [KEY5 ( SUMMARY)] key to display the SUMMARY MODE page, then press the [KEY3(OPSEL)] key and then use the keyboard arrow ([] or []) keys to select ALL-OP or CURRENT OP as desired. ALL-OP: All log data from all the registered operators will be displayed. CURRENT OP: Only the log data from the current operator will be displayed. [KEY6(RUN)] key to display the summary 2. Press the list for the selected operator, or all operators. 3. Use the [KEY4( )] and [KEY5( )] keys to scroll through the summary list.
Note: The Summary Check function requires that NORMAL be selected as the Log Type before you start, and only logs containing the PREFIX may be used for this function. Files saved in either.CSV or.TXT formats are capable of letting you perform the Summary Check function.

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GREAT CIRCLE MAP / ROTATOR CONTROL FUNCTION
ABOUT THE GREAT CIRCLE MAP / ROTATOR CONTROL FUNCTION SCREEN
In order to direct the antenna to the desired/opposite station, a Great Circle Map can be displayed on the screen. This Great Circle map will show your location at the center of the map, and you can easily recognize and confirm the direction your antenna should be pointed to work a station elsewhere in the world. In addition, when a Yaesu Rotator (G-800DXA, G1000DXA, or G-2800DXA) is connected to the transceiver, the transceiver can control the direction of the rotation, rotation speed, etc. on the display screen. In this case, the rotator has to be connected to the transceiver via the optional cable T9101556, available from your YAESU dealer. If the Rotator Control screen does not initially appear, press the [KEY8(DISPLAY)] key to switch the Function keys function to Page Select Key, then press the [KEY6(ROTATOR)] key briefly to display the Rotator Control screen. Next, press the [KEY8(DISPLAY)] key again to switch the Function keys function to the Function Key.
EXPLANATION OF THE FUNCTION KEYS ON THE GREAT CIRCLE MAP/ROTATOR CONTROL SCREEN

[KEY1(ZONE)] Key

[KEY2(CCW)] Key
When a Yaesu Rotator (G-800DXA, G-1000DXA, or G-2800DXA) is connected to the transceiver, press this key to rotate the antenna in the CCW (counter clockwise) direction.
This key moves you to a screen used for input of the location of the other station. When the country name and the city name are entered, your location and the other stations location will be connected with a line and displayed on the Great Circle map (short path only). The location of the other station can be set when Rotator control is in the manual mode. Press the [KEY4(MODE)] key as needed to select the manual mode. The mode is indicated in the middle of the Display.

[KEY3(CW)] Key

When a Yaesu Rotator (G-800DXA, G-1000DXA, or G-2800DXA) is connected to the transceiver, press this key to rotate the antenna in the CW (clockwise) direction.

MANUAL OPERATION

Use the [KEY2(CCW)] key to rotate the antenna counterclockwise, or the [KEY3(CCW)] key to rotate the antenna clockwise.

REGULAR COMPASS DISPLAY

MANUAL OPERATION (USING THE GREAT CIRCLE MAP)
1. Press the [KEY4(MODE)] key, as necessary, to select the PRESET or MANUAL mode. The mode is indicated in the middle of the Display. 2. Press the [KEY7 (MAP)] key to display the Great Circle Map on the screen. If you know the approximate location of the country of the other station, rotate your antenna in the appropriate direction while observing the indication on the Great Circle Map. 3. If you want to display a station on the Great Circle Map, start by pressing the [KEY1(ZONE)] key; the World Maps zones will be displayed. Select the Zone of the other station using the [ KEY1 ( )] , [ KEY2 ( )] , [ KEY3 ( )] , and [KEY4()] keys, then press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key briefly. The list of the countries in the selected Zone will be shown. Select the country name of the other station by pressing the [KEY1( )], [KEY2( )], [KEY3( )], and [KEY4()] keys, then press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key momentarily. Now, the list of the city names within the selected country will appear, and you will need to select one of the city names by pressing the [KEY1()], [KEY2()], [KEY3( )], and [KEY4 ( )] keys. Now press the [KEY7(SELECT)] key. Note; in some countries, there may be only one city in the country; select that one city anyway. 4. Press the [KEY8(EXIT)] key. Automatically the screen will revert to the Great Circle Map, and the location of the other station will plotted on the map, connected by a line to your location via the short path. 5. Use the [KEY2(CCW)] and [KEY3(CW)] keys to rotate your antenna system to the direction just plotted on the Display.

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PRESET MODE
The Preset mode lets you set the desired heading of the rotator in advance, so you can automatically rotate your Yaesu rotator to the designated heading. Use of a Yaesu Rotator (G-800DXA, G-1000DXA, or G-2800DXA) requires the connection of the optional T9101556 cable to the connector located on the back of the transceiver. 1. Press the [KEY4(MODE)] key, as necessary, to select the PRESET mode. 2. Press the [KEY7(MAP)] key, if necessary, to bring up the Great Circle Map screen. 3. Press the [KEY2(CCW)] or [KEY3(CW)] key to set the Preset pointer to the heading of the other station's location. 4. Press the [KEY5(START)] key to engage hands-free rotation to the beam heading you just set up in the previous step. You may stop the rotation manually by pressing the [KEY5(START)] key again.

[KEY5()] Key

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MENU MODE CONFIGURATION CHANGES
When you want to change a menu mode setting, follow the procedure described below. 1. Press the [MENU] button briefly. The monitor will display the Menu page. Included on this page will be the Menu Group, Menu Item Name, Menu Item Number, and the current status (setting) for each Menu item. 2. Use the [KEY6()]/[KEY7()] keys or Main Tuning Dial (for FT-2000/D and FT-950, or ( VFOB)[SELECT] knob for FTDX5000), to select the Menu item you wish to work on. 3. Use the the [KEY4( )]/[KEY5( )] keys or [SUB VFO-B] knob (for FT-2000/D, [CLAR/VFO-B] knob for FT-950, or ( VFO-B )[ SELECT ] knob for FTDX5000), to change the setting of the selected Menu item. 4. Press and hold the [MENU] button for 2 seconds to save (within the transceiver) the new setting; the menu screen will close, and you will then return to the screen that was in use before entering the menu mode. If you press the [MENU] button briefly to exit, the new settings will not be saved, and you will exit from the menu mode without retaining the new configuration.

MENU PAGE

MENU MODE RESET
It is possible to reset (only) the Menu mode settings back to their factory default. Do this if you want to clear all settings out, and start fresh with the original values. 1. Turn the front panel [POWER] switch off. 2. Press and hold in the [MENU] button, and while holding it in, press the [POWER] switch to turn the transceiver back on. Now, release the [MENU] button.

[POWER] Switch

[MENU] Button

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SAVING MENU CONFIGURATION DATA
You may save the current Menu configuration data to the CF card, for archive purposes or for quickly changing extensive transceiver settings for different operating applications. 1. Press the [KEY3(SAVE)] key to open the Save window. If there are multiple file names already stored, select the desired file by pressing the [KEY6()] and [KEY7()] keys.
2. If you want to over-write the file name, go to step 3. If you do not want to over-write the data on an existing file name, and want to save the data in a new file: press the [KEY4(FILE)] key; now enter the desired file name from your keyboard (the file extension will be.mep for Menu data). 3. Press the [KEY3(GO)] key to save the data onto the CF card. If you wish to cancel the saving of the data, press the [KEY2(CANCEL)] key. Advice: When the ERROR message CF CARD IS NOT READY appears on the display, please confirm that the CF card is inserted correctly into its slot. When the memory data is saved to the CF card under a previously-used file name, the old/previous data will be over-written and the old data erased.

LOADING MENU DATA

Loading Menu Data from the CF Card 1. Press the [KEY2(LOAD)] key to open the Load window. If there are several file names stored, select the desired file by pressing the [ KEY6 ( )] and [KEY7()] keys.
2. Press the [KEY3(GO)] key to download the Menu configuration from the CF card to the radio. To cancel the download, press the [KEY2(CANCEL)] key. Advice: When the ERROR message CF CARD IS NOT READY appears on the display, please confirm that the CF card is inserted correctly into the card reader slot. When the Menu data is loaded from the CF card to the Menu on the transceiver, the old/previous menu data will be over-written, and the old data erased.

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