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Volume control, on/off switch SRC button, source selection between radio, CD changer (if connected) or auxiliary equipment/AUX (if connected) Switch from telephone to radio or CD changer operation (CD changer optional) TA button, on/off switch for traffic announcement priority BND button, to select the FM memory banks and the MW and LW wavebands To activate the Travelstore function To switch from handset to hands-free telephone operation (handset optional) SMS button, to retrieve new SMS messages PaX button, to activate preset function Multifunctional rocker switch Display Numbers buttons 0 - 9 #/AF button, to switch RDS convenience functions on/off Telephone button /MIX button, to adjust station seek tuning sensitivity To play CD titles in random order OK button, to access the DSC menu and submenu items, to confirm settings MEM button, list of radio stations stored in the memory, to display CDs in the unit and telephone book entries CLR button, clear (delete) and back button AUDIO button, to adjust tone and balance/fader, To switch Loudness on/off Microphone mute
RADIOPHONE ANTARES T 60
Radiophone Antares T 60 and you can be sure safety is first
Because the Antares T 60 is the symbiosis consisting of a powerful GSM mobile telephone with full-duplex hands-free operation and an excellent audio system with a digital tuner and CD changer option. When the quality of your in-car telephone and road safety are important issues, the Antares T 60 makes no compromises. And thats to your advantage. And if you want to be absolutely sure that safety is first, leave your hands where they belong - on the steering wheel. VOCS 08, the optional voice control system, the TH 07 handset and the RCT 07 steering wheel remote control unit transform the Antares T 60 into one of the safest mobile telephones on the market. So, have fun paging through and reading this manual. Take some time and get acquainted with your new Radiophone.
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Radiophone Antares T 60 - and you can be sure safety is first.. 3 Safety information.. 7
Safety standards. Installation... Accessories.. SIM card.. 8 8
Radio operation.. 15
Selecting the radio mode.. RDS convenience functions (AF, REG).. Selecting the memory bank/ waveband.. Selecting a radio station. Paging through station networks. Storing stations manually.. Storing the stations with the strongest signals automatically (Travelstore). Recalling stored stations. Switching between stereo and mono. Selecting Radiotext display. 16 16
Operating the Radiophone.. 9
Audio operation (without the telephone)... 9 For audio and telephone operation.. 9 Removing the SIM card. 9 Switching the Radiophone on/off with the vehicle ignition.. 9 Switching on the Radiophone when the ignition is switched off.. 10 Switching the Radiophone on after the unit has been disconnected from its power supply.. 10
Traffic radio reception.. 18
Switching priority for traffic announcements on/off. 18
CD changer operation.. 18
Selecting the CD changer mode. Selecting a CD.. Selecting a track on a CD.. Fast Cue/Review (audible). Playing tracks in random order (MIX). Displaying the list of CDs in the changer.. Naming CDs.. 19
Basic functions.. 10
Selecting the audio mode. Direct access to functions (PaX). Controlling/adjusting the volume. Tone and balance/fader. Loudness.. Adjusting brightness, colour and legibility.. Selecting the system language. Optical theft protection.. Changing the DSC access code.. Resetting personal settings. Connecting auxiliary equipment. CODE theft protection. 14 15
Emergency call.. 21
DEUTSCH PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
General information. 21 Starting telephone operation. 21
Selecting the telephone mode. 21 Inserting the SIM card. 21 Entering the PIN code. 21
Switching the PIN code on/off. 22 Changing the PIN code.. 22
Selecting the phone number from the list of missed calls.. 28 Selecting the phone number from the list of calls received. 28
Deleting an entry from the incoming/ outgoing call list.. 28 Deleting the incoming/outgoing call list 28
Answering a call.. 28
Automatic answer. 29
Unblocking the SIM card.. 23
Basic functions.. 23
Adjusting the volume.. 23
Adjusting the ringing tone volume. 23 Adjusting the hands-free volume.. 24 Adjusting the handset volume (handset optional)... 24
Rejecting a call.. 29 Switching the microphone to mute. 29
Switching off the mute function. 29
Automatic redial.. 29 Ending the automatic redial function. 29
Call waiting (2nd call on hold).. 29
Answering the 2nd call. 29 Rejecting the 2nd call. 29
Traffic announcements (TA) during hands-free operation. 24 Selecting the ringing tone. 25
Hold/brokers calls. 30
Hold... 30 Brokers calls.. 30
Service functions.. 25
Audible call timer.. 25
Setting the timer.. 25
Conference calls.. 30
Ending a conference call. 30
Displaying call charges/time. 26
Resetting the counter. 26 Setting the Charges, Time display during a call.. 26
Notebook function.. 30 Foreign calls. 30
What do you have to do before travelling to a foreign country?. 31 How do I place a telephone call to a foreign country?.. 31 How can I be reached?.. 31 How do I call a wired network telephone number in the foreign country?. 31
Using the telephone. 27
Dialing phone numbers.. 27
Manual dialing.. 27 One-touch dialing (from the Radiophone memory).. 27 Speed-dial (from the SIM card memory).. 27 Selecting a number from the phone book... 27 Finding an entry by name.. 27
Selecting a network.. 31
Displaying the available networks. 31 Adjusting the network search method. 31
Editing the network list.. 32
Adding a GSM network to the list. 32 Moving an entry on the list. 32 Deleting an entry on the list.. 32
Selecting the phone number from the list of last numbers dialed. 28
Call forwarding.. 32
Registering call forwarding. 33 Activating call forwarding.. 33 Deactivating call forwarding. 33 Displaying call forwarding status. 33 Deleting individual call forwarding functions.. 33 Deleting all the call forwarding functions.. 33
Messages (SMS) / Mailbox. 38
Reading new messages. 38 Sending messages. 38
Entering the service number. 38 Setting message validity.. 39
Reading old messages.. 39 Deleting messages. 39 Mailbox (Mobile box). 39
Entering the mailbox phone number / calling the mailbox. 39
Call barring.. 33
Activating call barring. 33 Deactivating call barring.. 34 Displaying call barring status.. 34 Changing the password for call barring.. 34
Cell broadcast messages. 40
Special functions.. 40
Determining the user group. 40
Switching user group on/off. 40
Locking the Phone. 34
Switching on the phone lock.. 34 Switching off the phone lock.. 34
Entering AOC parameters.. 40
Amplifier.. 41 Tuner.. 41 Telephone.. 41
Phone book. 35
Entering names and telephone numbers.. 35
Moving the input cursor.. 35 Deleting entries.. 35 Adding characters. 35
Storing names / telephone numbers 35 Finding entries.. 36 Editing entries.. 36
Changing an entry. 36 Deleting an entry.. 36 Moving an entry in the phone book. 36 Copying an entry in the phone book. 36
Operating the Radiophone with the RCT 07 remote control unit (optional).. 42
Radio operation. 42 Telephone operation. 42 CD changer operation (optional). 42
Telephone menu overview. 43 Radio menu overview. 47 Glossary of Technical Terms.. 49 Installation instructions. 52
Capacity query.. 37 Locking/unlocking access to the phone book.. 37
Locking the phone book.. 37 Unlocking the phone book. 37
Entering your own phone number. 37
Traffic safety Traffic safety always has the highest priority. As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your responsibility to pay attention to the traffic situation at all times. Never use your car radio in a way that could distract you. Please keep in mind that you travel a distance of 14 m per second at a speed of only 50 km/h. Should the traffic situation become particularly demanding, we advise you not to use this equipment. Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside of your vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly. Consequently, you should always select a moderate volume for playing your car audio equipment while you are driving. Using the telephone while driving Please observe all laws and regulations regarding the use of mobile telephones in motor vehicles. Concentrate fully on your driving. Stop at a safe place before using the telephone. If otherwise unavoidable: Use only hands-free operation if you have to use the telephone while you are driving. Traffic safety always has the highest priority. Using the telephone in critical areas Always switch off the mobile telephone in areas where it is forbidden to use a mobile phone or if this equipment could cause electromagnetic interference or otherwise dangerous situations.
Optimising display legibility (Angle) You can adjust the legibility of the display to the best angle. Press OK to access the DSC menu. Press / to select the menu item Setup. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Angle. Press OK. Press / to select the desired setting. Press OK to confirm your selection. Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.
Selecting the system language
You can select the language in which the text will appear in the display. If there is no SIM card in the Radiophone, the text will appear in English if you select the setting Automatic Text. If there is a SIM card in the Radiophone, the language used by the SIM card will appear. Press OK to access the DSC menu. Press / to select the menu item Setup. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Language. Press OK. Press / to select the desired setting. Press OK to confirm your selection. Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.
Optical theft protection
You can select whether or not the card tongue should flash as optical theft protection. Press OK to access the DSC menu. Press / to select the menu item Setup. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Card LED. Press OK. Press / to select Off or On. Press OK. Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.
Resetting personal settings
You can reset any of the settings made in the DSC menu for the radio, the phone or the SIM card. Press OK to access the DSC menu. Press / to select the menu item Setup. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Reset. Press OK. Use the number keys to enter the DSC access code. Press / to select the desired setting. Press OK twice. Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.
Changing the DSC access code
Before you can make any changes to important settings in the DSC menu, you will be required to enter a code. This code is set to 0000 at the factory. You can alter this code at any time. Press OK to access the DSC menu. Press / to select the menu item Setup. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Change code. Press OK. Use the number keys to enter the factory code, or if the code has already been changed, the currently valid code. Use the number keys to enter the new code. Enter the new code a second time. Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.
Switching REG on/off
Press #/AF for approx. 1 second until
REGIONAL ON or REGIONAL OFF appears in the display. REG will appear in the display when this RDS function has been activated.
Selecting the memory bank/ waveband
With this radio, you can tune into stations on the FM and AM (MW and LW) wavebands. Press BND to switch between the wavebands or memory banks.
/ to select the menu item Sensitivity. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item DX or LO. Press OK. Press / to select the desired setting. Press OK. Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.
Searching for/selecting radio stations manually You can also select a radio station manually.
Selecting a radio station
There are different ways in which you can select a radio station. Automatic station selection (seek tuning) Press or. The radio will tune into the next station within reception range. Selecting seek tuning sensitivity Use this function to determine whether the radio tunes into only those stations with strong reception signals or into weaker stations as well. Press to switch between high sensitivity (stations with weaker signals) and low sensitivity (local stations). lo will light up in the display if you have selected low sensitivity. In the DSC menu you can also select the degree of sensitivity for LO (local) and DX (distant) reception. Press OK to access the DSC menu. Press / to select the menu item Radio. Press OK.
Note: You will not be able to select a station manually unless AF is deactivated. Entering a station frequency directly For FM and FMT you can also enter a station frequency directly with the number buttons. Press 0. Enter the frequency without adding the decimal point. If you want to delete your entry, press CLR.
Paging through station networks
If one radio station has several different programs, you can page through this station network. Press or to tune into the next station in the station network. Note: To use this function, you must have activated the RDS convenience functions first.
Storing stations manually
Select the desired memory bank: FM,
FMT, MW or LW. Select the desired station.
For the station presets 1 - 9 press one of the buttons 1 - 9 for approx. 1 second until you hear a beep. For the station presets 10 - 19 (for FM only) press 1 briefly and then press one of the button 0 - 9 for approx. 1 second until you hear a beep.
Press BND to select the memory bank
A menu listing the stations stored will appear in the display. Press / to select the desired station. Press OK to tune into the station selected.
Recalling stored stations
There are different ways in which you can recall stored radio stations. Numbers buttons Select the memory bank or the waveband. For station presets 1 - 9 press the desired button from 1 - 9 briefly. For station presets 10 - 19 first press the 1 briefly then press the desired button from 0 - 9 within 2 seconds.
Note: Any stations already stored in this memory bank will be deleted automatically. Press BND/TS. The storing process will begin. TRAVELSTORE will flash in the display. Once the storing process has been completed, the radio station stored on preset 1 in the FMT memory bank will begin to play. The station list will appear in the display for several seconds.
Selecting Radiotext display
Press OK. Press / to select the menu item
Radiotext. Press OK. Press / to select one of the following settings: Off - switched off On - switched on On/Eng. off - switched on only when the engine is off Press OK to confirm your selection. Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.
You can automatically store the nine stations with the strongest reception signals in the region (FM only). These stations will be stored in the FMT memory bank.
Switching between stereo and mono
When you switch the Radiophone on, it will automatically begin to play in stereo. If station reception should begin to deteriorate, the Radiophone will automatically switch to mono.
Storing the stations with the strongest signals automatically (Travelstore)
TRAFFIC RADIO RECEPTION
CD CHANGER OPERATION
Traffic radio reception
Switching priority for traffic announcements on/off
When traffic announcement priority is switched on, TA will light up in the display. Note: You will hear a warning beep, if you leave the reception range of the traffic radio station you are listening to if you leave the reception range of the traffic radio station you are tuned into while listening to a CD and the automatic seek tuning function is unable to find another traffic radio station if you switch from a traffic radio station to a radio station that does not broadcast traffic information In this case, either switch off traffic announcement priority or switch to a radio station that broadcasts traffic information.
CD changer operation
Selecting the CD changer mode
If the Radiophone is currently in the telephone or radio mode, press SRC repeatedly until the CD changer functions appear in the display. Note: The telephone mode has priority. If the phone is in use, you cannot switch to the radio or CD changer modes.
Selecting a CD
There are different ways in which you can select a CD. Selecting the next CD up or down To select the next CD up or down, press or once or as often as necessary. Selecting the CD directly using the numbers buttons Press the corresponding numbers button from 1 - 9. Selecting a CD directly from the menu
A menu listing the CDs available will appear in the display. Press / to select the desired CD. Press OK to begin CD playback.
Selecting a track on a CD
To select a track up or down on the CD
currently playing, press repeatedly as required. or once or
Fast Cue/Review (audible)
For fast Cue or Review press and hold down Review begins. or until Cue or
Playing tracks in random order (MIX)
Press * /MIX briefly.
All of the tracks on the CD currently playing will be played in random order. When all the tracks on a CD have been played, the next CD will be selected and its tracks will play in random order. To end the MIX function, press /MIX again briefly.
Displaying the list of CDs in the changer
To continue to name other CDs, proceed as follows. Press / to select the next CD you want to name. Press OK. Use the numbers buttons to enter the name. Press OK to confirm your entry. To stop naming CDs, press SRC. To exit Disc Naming without saving the entries made, press CLR twice for a longer time. Deleting one or all the characters While entering a name you can delete one or all the characters. To delete one character, press / to select the character you want to delete. Press CLR briefly. To delete all of the characters, press CLR for longer than 1 second.
To allow you to recognise your CDs more quickly, you can enter individual names for up to 99 CDs. The names can contain up to seven characters. In the CD changer mode, press OK to access the DSC menu. Press / to select the menu item Radio. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Disc Naming. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Change name. Press OK. Press / to select the desired CD. Press OK. The first input field will flash. You can begin to enter the characters. Use the numbers buttons to enter a name. For more information, read the section on Entering names in the chapter on the Telephone. Press OK to confirm your entry.
Deleting CD names
Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Disc
Naming. Press OK. Press / to select the menu item Clear name. Press OK. A selection menu with the names stored will appear. To clear the name of one CD, press / to select the desired name. Press OK. The name will be deleted. Then the selection menu with the names will appear again. To clear all of the names stored, press OK for longer than 1 second. To exit the DSC menu, press SRC.
STARTING TELEPHONE OPERATION
/ to select the PIN code you want to switch on or off (normally PIN 1). Press OK. A menu PIN 1 containing all the functions available will appear in the display. Press / to select the desired function On or Off. Press OK. The PIN code must be entered to confirm this change. Enter your PIN on the 0 - 9 keypad, beginning with the first digit. Press OK. Now the Radiophone will return to the original PIN 1 menu. Press CLR repeatedly until you return to the main menu or press and hold down CLR for longer than one second to return to the DSC menu. Changing the PIN code Access the PIN 1 menu as described in the section on Switching the PIN code on/off. Press / to select the function Change. Press OK. Enter your old PIN on the 0 - 9 keypad, beginning with the first digit. Press OK. Enter your new PIN on the 0 - 9 keypad, beginning with the first digit and confirm the new number by entering it again. Press OK. You will return to the PIN 1 menu. Press CLR repeatedly until you return to the main menu or press and hold down CLR for longer than one second to return to the DSC menu.
Unblocking the SIM card
If you enter an incorrect PIN three times in succession, the SIM card will be locked. To unblock the SIM card, you have to enter the PUK. PUK stands for Personal UnblocK code. The PUK is an eight-digit number, supplied by your service provider along with your SIM card and the PIN code. The PUK cannot be changed! If you insert a blocked SIM card into the Radiophone, ENTER PUK will appear in the display. Enter your eight-digit PUK on the 0 - 9 keypad, beginning with the first digit and press OK or #.
Adjusting the volume
You can adjust the volume for the ringing tone, hands-free function and for the handset (the handset is available as a special accessory) during a telephone call. During a telephone call (while the phone is ringing or while you are speaking), turn the volume control knob to the left to decrease the volume and to the right to increase the volume. It is also possible to adjust the volumes for the ringing tone, hands-free function and for the handset in a menu. Adjusting the ringing tone volume The ringing tone volume can be adjusted in the menu in stages from 0 to 9. Note: By selecting 0 you will switch the ringing tone off. Incoming calls will then be indicated visually in the display only. In the telephone mode, press OK. The DSC menu will appear in the display. The cursor will mark Setup. Press OK. The Setup menu will appear in the display. The cursor will mark Volume. Press OK. Press to select Ringing tone. Press OK. You will hear the phone ring at the volume currently selected. Press / or turn the volume control knob to select the desired volume. Press OK. You will return to the Volume menu.
Automatic answer In the Setup menu, you can make a setting so that all incoming calls are answered automatically. In the telephone mode, press OK. The DSC menu will appear. The cursor will mark Setup. Press OK. Press to select Auto. answer. Press OK. The AUTOMATIC ANSWER menu will appear in the display. Press to select the desired setting On or Off. Press OK. You will return to the Setup menu. Automatic redial In the Setup menu, you can make a setting so that the number is redialled automatically until the call goes through. In the telephone mode, press OK. The DSC menu will appear. The cursor will mark Setup. Press OK. Press to select Auto. redial. Press OK. The AUTOMATIC REDIAL menu will appear in the display. Press to select the desired setting On or Off. Press OK. You will return to the Setup menu. Ending the automatic redial function Once the dialling process has begun, to end automatic redial. press
Rejecting a call
If you do not want to answer a call, press CLR while the phone is ringing. The caller will hear a busy signal.
Call waiting (2nd call on hold)
During a telephone call, you can also accept a second incoming call. The first caller will then be put on hold. Note: It might be necessary to order Call waiting service from your provider. Your service provider has more detailed information. Answering the 2nd call If you receive a second call while you are already using the telephone, you will hear a signal; if you want to answer the 2nd call, press OK. The first caller will be put on hold. Rejecting the 2nd call Press CLR. The caller will hear a busy signal.
Switching the microphone to mute
During a call, you can switch the microphone to mute. Press AUDIO. Mute On will appear in the display. Switching off the mute function Press AUDIO again. Mute Off will appear briefly in the display.
You can have a number redialled from the list of the numbers called last. For more information, refer to the section on Dialling telephone numbers from the list of the last calls made in this chapter.
Hold means that you place or receive a second call, while you are already using the telephone. You can only speak to one caller at a time. The callers have no contact with one another. Hold When you are already using the phone, press MEM to activate the hold function. Now you can use the 0 - 9 buttons to enter the telephone number for the second call. Once the complete number appears in. the display, press The call will be put through to the second number. The first caller will stay on hold. Brokers calls A brokers call means you switch from one caller to the other. Press MEM to switch between the two callers. Note: With a caller on hold, you can also accept a third incoming call. Press OK to accept the call or CLR to reject it. If you accept a third call, the connection to the active caller will be terminated. Note: During a conference call you can also answer a call from a third caller. Press OK to answer the call or CLR to reject it. The conference will be put on hold. Then you can press MEM to switch between the conference call and the third caller (brokers call).
Note: Message texts can have up to a maximum of 160 characters. Press OK. Use the buttons 0 - 9 to enter the phone number. Press OK. Press / to either send, store or send and store the message. Press OK. The message will be sent. You will return to the Message output menu. Entering the service number To be able to send messages, you must first enter your providers service number. The service number is usually stored on the SIM card and used automatically. If you have to enter the service number again or would like to change it, press OK in the telephone mode. Press to select Menu. Press OK. Press to select Messages. Press OK. Press to select Parameters. Press OK. Press to select Service no. Press OK. Enter the service number with the buttons 0 - 9. Press OK. The PARAMETERS menu will appear in the display.
Press OK in the telephone mode. The DSC menu will appear in the display. The cursor will mark Setup. Press to select Menu. Press OK. The menu will appear in the display. The cursor will mark Mailbox. Press to select Messages. Press OK. Press to select Output. The OUTPUT menu will appear in the display.
Setting message validity You can select a setting to determine how long the Service Center should try and send the message to its recipient.You can select a time frame of one to seven days. Press OK in the telephone mode. Press to select Menu. Press OK. Press to select Messages. Press OK. Press to select Parameters. Press OK. Press to select Validity. Press OK. Enter the number of days with the buttons 0 - 9. Press OK. The PARAMETERS menu will appear in the display. A selection will appear in the display. You can choose whether or not to delete the message. Press / with the desired option. Press OK.
You can delete messages directly after you have read them. Once you have read the message, press CLR. A selection will appear in the display. You can choose whether or not to delete the message. Press / to select Yes. Press OK. Note: If you want to delete an old message, you have to retrieve it first as described under Reading old messages.
Mailbox (Mobile box)
The mailbox (also known as Mobile box) is an answering machine made available to you by your provider. To use the mailbox, you have to enter the mailbox number. You can obtain the mailbox number from your provider. So that any incoming calls you miss are forwarded to the mailbox, you have to set up call forwarding for the mailbox. For information on setting up call forwarding and the instructions, refer to the section on Call forwarding in the chapter on Using the telephone. Entering the mailbox phone number / calling the mailbox Press OK in the telephone mode. Press to select Menu. Press OK. The menu will appear in the display. The cursor will mark Mailbox. Press OK.
Reading old messages
Press OK in the telephone mode. Press to select Menu. Press OK. Press to select Messages. Press OK. Press to select Storage. The Storage with prepared and sent messages will appear in the display. The messages received will indicate the date, time and senders number. Press / to select the desired message. Press OK. If you want to place a call to the sender, press. Once you have read the message, press CLR.
TELEPHONE MENU OVERVIEW
OK DSC menu Telephone
Setup Menu Phone book Setup
Volume Auto. answer Auto. redial Ring. tones Ringing tone Handfree On / Off On / Off Ringing tone Up and down Oktave Trill 2x Oktave 2x Trill Triad Off select with back with back to radio
AOC param.* Charge* Audib. timer PIN-code TA / Call
PIN 2 Home net Roaming net Off 15. 300 s PIN 1 PIN 2* On / Off Change Change
* Display of the menu item depends on the SIM card used.
Number 1* Number 2* Number 3* Mailbox
Setup Menu Phone book Menu
Mailbox Messages Call Input Output select with back with back to radio
Return call Delay Meeting Appointment Confirmat.
Storage Broadcast Parameters
Edit No more messages On / Off Validity 1. 7 days Service no. Search Automatic / Manual Add Known / New Move Delete List . Euro*, . Euro*, . Euro*, . Euro*, PIN 2 ?* Charge / Time . Min . Min . Min . Min
Available Search method Pref. list
Last call All calls Home calls* Roam calls* Reset During call
Forwarding All calls If busy If no answer unreachable Clear all Outgoing Speech Data FAX All service Yes / No all calls Internation Roaming net all calls Roaming net Status Activate Deactivate change password On / Off Access code Status Delete Register Activate Deactivate Speech Data FAX All service Service no.
Password Phone lock All Off One-touch One-touch + speed-dial List New number Activate Index
Preferred Select Index: ? No Access code
PIN 2 ? PIN 2 ?
Setup Menu Phone book Phone book
Find name Find Pos. Add entry Access Name? (use 10-key keypad - ABC) Position? (use 10-key keypad - 1. 0) SIM card Phone Lock Phone SIM card All No locks Number? Number? Access code Free entries Free entries select with back with back to radio
Capacity My number*
SIM card Phone
RADIO MENU OVERVIEW
Handset Telephone receiver complete with cradle (accessory). IMEI - International Mobile Equipment Identity International identity for mobile equipment. The IMEI code entered at the factory includes the serial number, manufacturer and country code. You can find this code in the car radio pass. International Roaming Making telephone calls in foreign countries with your own telephone or your own SIM card using a different network operator/service provider. There must be a roaming agreement between your service provider and the foreign network. Mailbox Electronic mailbox provided by network operators/service providers for spoken messages. The mailbox can be compared to an answering machine. MEM - Memory Retrieves stored data, such as radio stations, telephone numbers. MIX CDs/CD tracks are played in random order. MUTE Switches off the microphone in the telephone mode. PaX - Personal Access Allows direct access to a function in radio or CD mode which was previously stored. PIN code - Personal Identification Number PIN 1 Prevents your SIM card from being used by unauthorised persons.You must enter the PIN code each time you insert the SIM card. PIN 2 Code required for special functions. If you have authorisation for the use of special functions with your card, you need a PIN 2-code. Both codes come with the SIM card and can be altered. PUK - Personal Unblock Key, Master PIN Code, Super PIN, etc. Eight-digit unblock code which can reactivate the SIM card. This becomes necessary if the PIN code for the SIM card has been entered incorrectly three times. The PUK code comes with the SIM card and cannot be altered. Make sure you keep it in a safe place. Radiotext Additional RDS information provided by the station, for example, on the program broadcast. RDS - Radio Data System Service provided by radio stations for more convenient radio listening pleasure. The station name appears in the display, for example, rather than the frequency. Other RDS functions include: AF - Alternative Frequency EON - Enhanced Other Networks RT - Radiotext TA - Traffic Announcement TP - Traffic Program
Scrolling Moves you through a directory. SIM card - Subscriber Identification Module For radio and telephone operation. The SIM card used here is in credit-card format. It is also possible to use the small SIM card (plugin card) with an adapter card. The SIM card contains all of the data required to identify the subscriber, to allocate the telephone number and the personal phone book. SMS - Short Message Service Using this function it is possible to send other subscribers messages up to 160 characters in length, even if the recipients cellular phone is not switched on or a call cannot be put through at the present time. The text is stored in the network until the recipient retrieves it or the time allowed by the sender expires. Speed-dial This function allows you to dial telephone numbers at the touch of a button. SRC - Source Switches audio source between radio, CD changer and AUX. Returns the system from telephone to radio operation. TA - Traffic Announcement (priority for traffic messages) TA in the display indicates that traffic announcement priority is switched on. TP - Traffic Program TP in the display indicates that the radio is currently tuned into a radio station which broadcasts traffic information.
TS - Travelstore Automatically stores the radio stations with the strongest reception signals, can be retrieved by pressing the station preset buttons. Very useful on trips. User group It is possible to limit the use of the telephone to a certain group of users. Your network operator/service provider can provide more detailed information.
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Das Gert Antares T60 entspricht der GSM Power Class 2 (8 Watt). Zu Ihrer Sicherheit darf das Gert nur im eingebauten Zustand im Fahrzeug betrieben werden. Die GSM Telefonantenne muss auen an der Fahrzeugkarosserie befestigt sein. Die Benutzung einer Scheibenantenne ist nicht zulssig.
The Antares T60 complies with the GSM Power Class 2 (8 Watts). For your personal safety, the device must only be operated after it has been installed in the vehicle. The GSM telephone antenna must be attached externally. Use of a window antenna is not permissible.
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