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|mono78||10:53pm on Thursday, October 14th, 2010|
|"Well, after using fm mods i decided that it was time to move on and buy something else. i had 2 choices 1. "This is my 3rd tape adapter for my iPod - first was Monster Cable, then Dynex (?) - which was the worst, and now this Sony one.|
|ppuru||2:49pm on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010|
|My first IEM were "Koss Spark Plug" ( 2 pairs ) and I thought they were good, but after trying EP-630 I forgot "Plugs" like a horrible nightmare. These came with my Dell XPS 1530 and I tried them for the first time and really was impressed.|
|JavJ||5:04pm on Monday, September 6th, 2010|
|I use this in my 1998 car with a tape deck to connect my ipod. I find the fm transmitters annoying, and unreliable. This is much simpler. It was fast fun and easy. Stuck the cassette in plug in my MP3 player and listen to good quality music with no static. Easy Setup","Good Quality".|
|hakre||12:52pm on Friday, August 27th, 2010|
|Not only do I like bacon, but I love the way it smells when it is cooking Inexpensive, but sound great The wire is a little thin. Not a big deal. i used egg saver and got it in 4 days....not that bad as i thought it would be 1. good bass ; 2. crisp sound ; 3.|
|HamletGhost||3:29pm on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|I must be a compulsive headphone buyer. I have a lot of headphones at home, most inexpensive and not all are being used.|
|marian.petras||5:24am on Thursday, June 10th, 2010|
|Very good....when they work! Bought my 2nd pair of these in February. Great value, and a decent sound... Creative EP-830 Noise Isolating Earphones Very disappointed with these earphones, i bought them off the back of very good reviews i had read.|
|saturn76||7:19pm on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010|
|Placement of the headset in the ear of the Creative EP630 with coverage from rubber provide a fantastic experience audio in MP3 format.|
|ashveture||2:40pm on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|Amazing Creative EP-630 In-Ear Noise-Isolating Headphones (Black) I got a pair of these when I ordered my XPS computer system back in 2008. For this great price, not bad So I ordered these on Monday, early morning and after the item was finally shipped.|
|anujthapliyal||5:16am on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010|
|The only issue that I have found is that the rubber ear buds can compress at times - I simply pull them back out, but it can be anoying at times.|
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DUAL BAND FM TRANSCEIVER
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The IC-E2820 DUAL BAND FM TRANSCEIVER is designed and built with Icoms superior technology and craftsmanship. With proper care, this product should provide you with years of trouble-free operation. We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you for making your IC-E2820 your radio of choice, and hope you agree with Icoms philosophy of technology rst. Many hours of research and development went into the design of your IC-E2820.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely
before using the transceiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL This instruction manual contains important operating instructions for the IC-E2820.
DEFINITION Personal injury, re hazard or electric shock R WARNING! may occur. CAUTION NOTE Equipment damage may occur. Recommended for optimum use. No risk of personal injury, re or electric shock. WORD
Diversity reception DV (Digital Voice) with GPS operation (Optional UT-123 is required) capabilities V/V, U/U simultaneous receive capability Independent controls for both left and right receivers Separate controller for exible installation Remote control microphone included
Icom, Icom Inc. and the logo are registered trademarks of Icom Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries. All other products or brands are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective holders.
RWARNING RF EXPOSURE! This device emits Radio Frequency (RF) energy. Extreme caution should be observed when operating this device. If you have any questions regarding RF exposure and safety standards please refer to the Federal Communications Commission Ofce of Engineering and Technologys report on Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human Radio frequency Electromagnetic Fields (OET Bulletin 65). RWARNING! NEVER connect the transceiver to an AC outlet. This may pose a re hazard or result in an electric shock. RWARNING! NEVER operate the transceiver while driving a
vehicle. Safe driving requires your full attentionanything less may result in an accident.
NEVER let objects impede the operation of the cooling fan on the
DO NOT push the PTT when not actually desiring to transmit. DO NOT allow children to play with any radio equipment containing a transmitter. During mobile operation, DO NOT operate the transceiver without running the vehicles engine. When the transceivers power is ON and your vehicles engine is OFF, the vehicles battery will soon become exhausted.
AVOID using or placing the transceiver in direct sunlight or in
areas with temperatures below 10C or above +60C.
NEVER connect the transceiver to a power source of more than 16 V DC. This will damage the transceiver. NEVER connect the transceiver to a power source using reverse
polarity. This will damage the transceiver.
BE CAREFUL! The transceiver will become hot when operating it continuously for long periods.
AVOID setting the transceiver in a place without adequate ventilation. Heat dissipation may be affected, and the transceiver may be damaged.
NEVER cut the DC power cable between the DC plug and fuse
holder. If an incorrect connection is made after cutting, the transceiver may be damaged.
AVOID the use of chemical agents such as benzine or alcohol
when cleaning, as they can damage the transceivers surfaces.
NEVER expose the transceiver to rain, snow or any liquids. The
transceiver may be damaged.
USE Icom microphones only (supplied or optional). Other manufacturers microphones have different pin assignments and may damage the transceiver if attached.
13 MENU SCREEN OPERATION... 95112 General... 95 Menu list... 96 Item list.... 96 SET MODE items... 99 DV SET MODE items... 101 SCAN items.. 103 DUP/TONE items... 104 DISPLAY items.. 105 SOUND items... 107 DV GPS items... 108 PACKET items... 109 GPS SET MODE items.. 109 GPS-A SET MODE items.. OTHER FUNCTIONS... 113120 Microphone keys... 113 All reset... 114 Partial reset... 114 Data cloning.. 115 Auto power OFF... 116 Time-out timer... 116 Packet operation... 117
15 GPS/GPS-A OPERATION... 121128 GPS operation... 121 GPS-A operation... MAINTENANCE... 129131 Troubleshooting... 129 Fuse replacement... 130 Optional UT-123 installation.. SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS.. 132134 Specications... 132 Options... ABOUT CE... 135136
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
D Precaution magnets
RCAUTION Magnets are used for the controllers attachment to the main unit. NEVER hold the whole unit by the controller only when carrying the transceiver. Carry the transceiver holding the main unit. If held by the controller, the main unit may drop off and may result in injury to the person carrying it or damage the transceiver. NEVER attach the controller on the main units top cover, particularly around the internal speaker grill. It may cause the contents of the CPU and memory device could be deleted. may cause the contents of the CPU and memory device could be deleted. NEVER put the controller near a clock, television set (CRT type), magnetic compass and any magnetic/IC cards, credit cards, etc. It may cause the product to malfunction, and the content of the magnetic card could be deleted. Please note that the controller may drop off when a high impact or vibration is applied.
D Installation methods
The supplied remote controller bracket and separation cable can be used for installation. The optional MB-65 MOUNTING BASE must be used when installing into your vehicle. Optional OPC-440 MICROPHONE CABLE (5.0 m) is available to extend the microphone cable. Optional OPC-441 SPEAKER CABLE (5.0 m) is available to extend the speaker cable.
Select a location which can support the weight of the transceiver and does not interfere with driving. We recommend the locations shown in the diagram below. NEVER place the transceiver or remote controller where normal operation of the vehicle may be hindered or where it could cause bodily injury. NEVER place the transceiver or remote controller where air bag deployment may be obstructed. DO NOT place the transceiver or remote controller where hot or cold air blows directly onto it. AVOID placing the transceiver or remote controller in direct sunlight.
to [GPS ANT]
GPS antenna cable length: approx. 5 m (16.4 ft)
Mount the GPS antenna onto a convenient at surface. The GPS antenna includes magnet mount base, therefore, the antenna can be mounted onto a metal roof/wall, etc. NOTE When the GPS antenna is connected, only remote installation is allowed.
Quick reference guide IV
D Important notes when using GPS receiver
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE D Controllers attachment
You can attach the controller of the IC-E2820 by one of 2 methods. Example 1
D Remote installation
The supplied remote controller bracket is used for remote installation. Attach the remote controller bracket onto a flat surface using with 4 self-tapping These screws screws (2.6 mm(d)), or doubleare not supplied. sticky tape, etc., as at left, then attach remote controller to the bracket.
Remote controller bracket
Example 2 When installing into your vehicle qAttach the supplied remote controller bracket as below.
Remote controller bracket Remote controller
wAttach the remote controller on to the optional MB-65 as below.
Adjust the viewing angle for maximum visibility of the function display. Optional MB-65
Quick reference guide VI
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE D Battery connection
RWARNING NEVER remove the fuse holders from the DC power cable. NEVER connect the transceiver directly to a 24 V battery. DO NOT use the cigarette lighter socket for power connections. (See p. 10 for details) Use a rubber grommet when passing the DC power cable through a metal plate to prevent a short circuit.
CONNECTING TO A DC POWER SOURCE
red RWARNING! NEVER remove the fuse holders.
black Fuses 20 A
12 V battery Supplied DC power cable
Crimp NOTE: Use terminals for the cable connections.
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE D DC power supply connection
Use a 13.8 V DC power supply with at least 15 A capacity. Make sure the ground terminal of the DC power supply is grounded. CONNECTING TO A DC POWER SUPPLY
IC-E2820 DC power supply 13.8 V
to an AC outlet
Fuses 20 A
See p. 130 for fuse replacement.
Quick reference guide VIII
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE D Antenna installation
Antenna location To obtain maximum performance from the transceiver, select a high-quality antenna and mount it in a good location. It is not necessary to use radials on a magnetic mount (mag mount) antenna.
Roof-mount antenna (Drill a hole or use a magnetic mount.) Gutter-mount antenna Trunk-mount antenna
Antenna connector The antenna uses a PL-259 connector. PL-259 CONNECTOR
q Slide the coupling ring down. Strip the cable jacket and soft solder. w Strip the cable as shown at left. Tin the center conductor. e Slide the connector body on and solder it. r Screw the coupling ring onto the connector body.
10 mm (soft solder) 10 mm Soft solder
12 mm solder solder
NOTE: There are many publications covering proper antennas and their installation. Check with your local dealer for more information and recommendations.
To antenna for Tx/Rx
To antenna for diversity reception
Now that you have your IC-E2820 installed in your car or shack, you are probably anxious to get on the air. We would like to take you through a few basic operation steps to make your rst time On The Air an enjoyable experience.
The IC-E2820 displays 2 frequencies on the left and right bands simultaneously. However, transmission, some keys and microphone operation apply only to the main band.
1. Turning ON the transceiver
Before powering up your IC-E2820, you may want to make sure the audio volume and squelch level controls are set in 910 oclock positions.
Push the desired bands (left or right) [MAINBAND] to select the main band.
Q appears for the main band.
Using the HM-133
You can select the main band from the HM-133.
Set both [VOL] and [SQL] controls to 910 oclock positions. Push
Although you have purchased a brand new transceiver, some settings may be changed from the factory defaults because of the Quality Control (QC) process. Resetting the CPU is necessary to start from factory default.
[PWR] [M/CALLMW] [M/CALLMW] Push again
While pushing both [M/CALLMW], turn power ON.
While pushing both bands [M/CALLMW] keys, push and hold [PWR] for 1 sec. to reset the CPU. X
Quick reference guide
*A different microphone may be supplied depending on version.
q VFO/LOCK KEY [VFO/LOCK] Push to select VFO mode. (p. 16) Push and hold for 1 sec. to turn the lock function ON and OFF. (p. 19) w PTT SWITCH Push and hold to transmit; release to receive. Switches between transmitting and receiving while the one-touch PTT function is in use. (p. 26) e UP/DOWN KEYS [Y]/[Z] Push either key to change operating frequency, memory channel, set mode setting, etc. (pgs. 17, 60, 96) 11
Important! All keys on the microphone function for the main band only.
KEY FUNCTION SECONDARY FUNCTION ( +key) OTHER FUNCTIONS
Switches between opening and closing the In VFO mode enters operating band selecsquelch. (p. 24) tion. In memory mode enters bank selection.
Starts and stops scanning. Starts and stops priority watch. Selects high output power. Selects mid. output power. Selects low output power. Selects minus duplex operation. Selects plus duplex operation. Selects simplex operation. Increases audio output level.
(p. 74) Starts and stops tone scanning.
(p. 79) Turns the one-touch PTT function ON and OFF. (p. 26) (p. 21) Turns the DTCS squelch ON. (p. 85)
(p. 21) Turns the DTCS pocket beep function ON. (p. 85) (p. 21) Turns the DTMF memory encoder function ON. (p. 82) (p. 31) Turns the subaudible tone encoder ON. (p. 31) (p. 31) Turns the CTCSS pocket beep function ON. (p. 85) (p. 31) Turns the tone squelch function ON. (p. 85) (p. 20) Sends a 1750 Hz tone signal while pushing and holding. (p. 33)
After pushing : Transmits the appropriate DTMF code. (pgs. 33, 83) When the DTMF memory encoder is activated, push  to  to transmit the appropriate DTMF memory contents.
SECONDARY FUNCTION (
Cancels frequency entry. (p. 17) Stores the set frequency, etc., into the selected memory channel when pushed Cancels the scan or priority watch. and held. (pgs. 74, 80) (p. 62) Exit set mode. (p. 95) Advances the memory channel number when continuously pushed after programming is completed. (p. 62) Enters MENU screen. (p. 95) DTMF memory encoder function OFF. Enters selected set mode. (p. 95) (p. 82) Enters programmable condition after selecting a set mode item. (p. 95) Sets the keypad for numeral input.
Single band operation
D Single band/Dualwatch operation
Dualwatch operation monitors two frequencies simultaneously. The IC-E2820 has two independent receiver circuits: left band, and right band (available frequencies, operating mode and functions are different depending on bands). Single band operation is useful when only one frequency is being watched. q Push [F ] to display the function guide. wPush [SNGL](M/CALLMW) (Right bands) to select the single band operation mode.
Both left and right bands [DIAL], [MAINBAND], [VOL], [SQL], [V/MHzSCAN] and [M/CALLMW] can be used for operation.
D Diversity operation
Diversity receiving compares the receiving signal strength from two different antennas, [ANT1 TX/RX] and [ANT2 RX], and automatically selects the strongest signal. This feature is useful when you are listening in a moving vehicle or the transmitting station itself is moving. Diversity receiving is available on the 127 MHz, 136 MHz, 146 MHz, 375 MHz, 440 MHz and 500 MHz bands on FM, FM-N and DV (optional) only. q Push [F ] to display the function guide. wPush [MENU](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) to enter MENU screen. eRotate [DIAL] to select SET MODE then push [MAINBAND] to enter set mode. rRotate [DIAL] to select DIVERSITY then push [MAINBAND]. tRotate [DIAL] to select ON, then push [MAINBAND].
ePush [F ] to display the function guide, then push [DUAL](M/CALLMW) (Right bands) to return to dualwatch operation mode. yPush [BACK](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) twice to return to frequency indication.
One-touch PTT function
When diversity operation is in use, connect the same type antenna to both [ANT1] and [ANT2 RX]. During single band operation with the diversity function ON, the diversity indicator appears as below. The PTT switch can be operated as a one-touch PTT switch (each push toggles between transmit/receive). Using this function you can transmit without pushing and holding the PTT switch. To prevent accidental, continuous transmissions with this function, the transceiver has a time-out timer. See p. 101 for details. z Push [FUNC] then [PRIO 3(PTT-M)] to turn the one-touch PTT function ON.
The activity indicator lights green. Diversity indicator appears. While [ANT2 RX] is selected; While [ANT1 TX/RX] is selected; When a frequency band that the diversity reception is inhibited is selected. Or band scope is active in a diversity reception.
Digital voice mode operation
qSet the desired band (Left or Right) as the main band. (p. 15)
Select output power, if desired. (p. 21) w Select DV mode. (p. 21)
e Set your own call sign for DV operation as follows. z Push [F ] twice to display the function guide 2. xPush [CS](V/MHzSCAN) (Left bands) to display call sign screen.
NOTE: The digital mode operation is vastly different from FM mode. One of the differences is that in digital mode the squelch does not function as in FM mode. Changing the squelch setting will not open it to hear the hiss of White Noise. It only activates for digital squelch functions such as CSQL (Digital code squelch) or DSQL (Digital call sign squelch).
cRotate [DIAL] to select MY then push [MAINBAND]. vRotate [DIAL] to select the desired your own call sign memory channel, then push [BACK](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) to set MY CALL SIGN.
See page 36 for your own call sign programming details.
rSet the desired call sign as described in When calling the desired station (p. 39) or When sending a CQ (p. 39). tPush and hold [PTT] to transmit and speak into the microphone at normal voice level.
$ appears and the RF meter shows the output power.
y Release [PTT] to return to receive.
The other station call sign will be received. Received call signs can be stored into the received call record automatically. See page 47 for details.
D When calling the desired station
Continued instruction from step v on page 38. bRotate [DIAL] to select YOUR, then push [MAINBAND].
YOUR CALL SIGN screen is displayed.
For your information! Your own (MY) call sign, Station call sign and repeater call sign can also be programmed/edited in CALL SIGN screen.
In addition, when editing a call sign stored in a call sign memory, regular memory or call channel, the default operation is to over-write a programmed call sign in regular memory and call channels. (Temporary operation without over-writing is possible.) However, the edited call sign can store into a blank channel automatically when AUTO is set with the EDIT RECORD (p. 102). zWhile displaying CALL SIGN screen, rotate [DIAL] to select either YOUR, RPT1/2 or MY then push [MAINBAND]. xRotate [DIAL] to select the desired call sign memory channel then push [MAINBAND]. cRotate [DIAL] to select the desired call sign memory channel then push [MAINBAND]. vRotate [DIAL] to select the desired character.
Never save into a call sign memory.
D One-touch reply using the call record
The stored call signs in the call record can be used to the call. qPerform the steps q and w of D Desired call record indication described on the previous page. When selecting a call record via MENU screen: w Push [MAINBAND] to display the call record details. ePush [R>CS](V/MHzSCAN) (Left bands) to set the received call sign to that of the call record. Setting from function guide 2: wPush [R>CS](TONEDTMF) to set the received call sign to that of the call record. After the above operations, push [PTT] to transmit; release to receive.
If you want to save the set call signs, see Copying the call record contents into call sign memory (p. 50) for details.
For your information When a call specifying your call sign is received, the call signs of the calling station and the repeater it is using can be used for operation automatically.
When RX call sign auto write (p. 101) is set to AUTO, the station call sign in CALLER is set to YOUR automatically. When Repeater call sign auto write (p. 102) is set to AUTO, the stored station call sign in RXRPT1 is stored as RPT2 and RXRPT2 is stored as RPT1 automatically.
Copying the call sign
D Copying the call sign memory contents
This function is convenient when modifying part of the current call sign. NOTE: Make sure that the EDIT RECORD item in DV set mode is set to AUTO in advance. (p. 102) q Push [F ] twice to display the function guide 2. wPush [CS](V/MHzSCAN) (Left bands) to display the CALL SIGN screen. eRotate [DIAL] to select YOUR or RPT1/2 then push [MAINBAND]. r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired call sign channel.
U01U60 and R01R60 are available.
uPush [BACK](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) to store the edited/modied call sign into the selected blank channel, or push [MAINBAND] to store the call sign into the channel and set for the call. NOTE: The message FULL is displayed when no blank channel is available in the station or repeater call sign memory.
t Push [MAINBAND].
The selected call sign channel contents are copied into a blank channel automatically and call sign programming mode is selected.
yEdit or modify the copied call sign as follows;
Push [<](V/MHzSCAN) (Left bands) [>](M/CALLMW) (Left bands) or to move the cursor left or right, respectively. Push [ABC](TONEDTMF) to select the character group from capital letter characters. Push [12/](M/CALLMW) (Right bands) to select the character group from numbers or symbols. Push [CLR](DUPMONI) to clear the selected character. Push [GW](LOWPRIO) to turn the gateway setting ON/OFF. (available only when RPT1/2 is selected in step e)
DV MODE OPERATION (Optional UT-123 is required) D Copying the call record contents into call sign memory
For your information The automatic received call sign and/or message indication can be turned OFF in display set mode, if desired. RX CALL SIGN (p. 106) RX MESSAGE (p. 106)
NOTE: Only 1 message can be stored in the IC-E2820. The received message is cleared by turning power OFF, or overwritten when another message is received. A transmitted message that includes lower case characters from the IC-E2820 may not be decoded and displayed correctly by the IC-V82/U82, etc.
sage for transmission. yPush [BACK](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) again to return to function guide 2 indication. uPush [PTT] to transmit the selected message.
The message is transmitted each time [PTT] is pushed. The message is transmitted each 30 sec. automatically during continuous transmission.
i Release [PTT] to return to receive. oWhen the reply call with a message is received, the call sign and the message displays alternately at the bottom of the function display.
D RX message indication
The received message can also be checked via MENU screen and function guide 2.
Via function guide 2
Via MENU screen
q Push [F ] to display the function guide. wPush [MENU](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) to display the MENU screen. eRotate [DIAL] to select DV MESSAGE, then push [MAINBAND]. rRotate [DIAL] to select RX MESSAGE, then push [MAINBAND].
The received message with the call sign is displayed in RX MESSAGE screen.
q Push [F ] twice to display the function guide 2. wPush [MSG](LOWPRIO) to display the MESSAGE screen. eRotate [DIAL] to select RX MESSAGE, then push [MAINBAND].
rPush [BACK](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) twice to return to function guide indication.
tPush [BACK](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) three times to return to frequency indication.
DV MODE OPERATION (Optional UT-123 is required) D Voice memory recording for automatic reply
IMPORTANT! Set the transceiver for single band operation and/or set minimum [VOL] level for sub-band when recording the reply voice. Otherwise received audio or unwanted noise from subband is also recorded into the voice memory. q Push [F ] to display the function guide. wPush [MENU](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) to display the MENU screen. eRotate [DIAL] to select DV VOICE MEMO, then push [MAINBAND]. rRotate [DIAL] to select REPLY VOICE, then push [MAINBAND].
Automatic reply function
The automatic reply function replies to calls by a station that specied your call sign. Two methods of replying are available: one is making a reply call with your own call sign, and other one is making a reply call with reply voice audio that has been recorded in DV voice memory.
D Automatic reply function setting
q Push [F ] to display the function guide. wPush [MENU](V/MHzSCAN) (Right bands) to display the MENU screen. eRotate [DIAL] to select DV SET MODE, then push [MAINBAND]. rRotate [DIAL] to select AUTO REPLY, then push [MAINBAND]. t Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired reply condition. : Deactivate the automatic reply function. (default) OFF ON : Reply to the call with your own call sign. VOICE : Reply to the call with the recorded voice memory.
X indicator and channel number blink.
3 beeps sound and VFO is automatically selected. Scan edge 0B to 9B is automatically selected when continuing to push the [M/CALLMW] after programming.
tTo program a frequency for the other pair of scan edges, 0B to 9B, repeat steps q and r.
If the same frequency is programmed into a pair of scan edges, programmed scan will not function.
eRotate the same bands [DIAL] to select one of scan edge channel, 0A to 9A. [EXAMPLE]: Programming 145.300 MHz into scan edges 1A.
(Left bands) for 1 sec. and continue to push
SCAN OPERATION D Programming scan edges via microphone
z Push [MR/CALL] to select memory mode. MW x Select scan edge channel, 0A to9A using [Y]/[Z] or keypad.
Push [ENT C(T-OFF)] then push only 1 appropriate digit key, [VOLY 0(TONE-2)] to [SIMP 9(16-KEY-L)] then M push [M(TONE-1)] or [SQLZ #(16KEY-L)] to select scan M edge channels. M and # can be used for A and B respectively.
v Push [FUNC], then push and hold [CLR A(MW)] for 1 sec. to program.
3 beeps sound and VFO is automatically selected. Memory channel number advances to the next scan edge channel, 1B to 9B when continuing to push [CLR A(MW)] after programming.
b To program a frequency for the other scan edge channels, repeat steps z to v.
c Set the desired frequency in VFO mode. Push [VFO/LOCK] to select VFO mode. Set the frequency via the keypad or [Y]/[Z].
[EXAMPLE]: Programming 145.800 MHz into scan edge 4A.
Push Push Push Push
Scan resume condition
The scan resume condition can be selected as timer or pause scan. The selected resume condition is also used for priority watch. (p. 80)
The display shows that the scan will resume 15 sec. after it stops.
z Push [BAND] to select the desired band (left or right) as the main band. x Push [SET B(D-OFF)] to enter MENU screen. c Push [Y] or [Z] to select SCAN then push [SET B(D-OFF)] to enter scan set mode. v Push [Y] or [Z] to select SCAN TIMER then push [SET B(D-OFF)]. b Push [Y] or [Z] to select the scan resume condition, then push [SET B(D-OFF)].
See item y at left for scan resume condition details.
qPush [MAINBAND] to select the desired band (left or right) as the main band. w Push [F ] to display the function guide. ePush [MENU](V/MHzSCAN] (Right bands) to enter MENU screen. rRotate the [DIAL] to select SCAN, then push [MAINBAND]. tRotate the main bands [DIAL] to select SCAN TIMER, then push [MAINBAND]. y Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired timer:
The function display may occasionally display erroneous information (e.g. when rst applying power). This may be caused externally by static electricity or by other factors. If this problem occurs, turn power OFF. After waiting a few seconds, turn power ON again. If the problem persists, perform the following procedure.
Partial reset is also available. See right for details.
If you want to initialize the operating conditions (VFO frequency, VFO settings, menu groups contents) without clearing the memory contents, a partial reset function is available. While pushing either bands [V/MHzSCAN], turn the power ON to partially reset the transceiver.
Resetting the transceiver CLEARS all memory information and initializes all values in the transceiver. While pushing both bands [M/CALLMW], turn the power ON to reset the CPU.
[PWR] [M/CALLMW] [M/CALLMW] [V/MHzSCAN] [V/MHzSCAN]
POWER ON wWhile pushing right bands [M/CALLMW], turn power ON to enter cloning mode (master transceiver only power on only for sub-transceiver).
CLONE and M appear and the transceivers enter the clone standby condition.
Cloning allows you to quickly and easily transfer the programmed contents from one transceiver to another; or, data from a personal computer to a transceiver using the optional CS-2820 CLONING SOFTWARE.
D Cloning between transceivers
qConnect the optional OPC-474 cloning cable to the [SP-2] jack of the master and sub-transceivers.
The master transceiver is used to send data to the sub-transceiver. While pushing right bands [M/CALLMW], turn power ON.
ePush [M/CALLMW] (Right bands) on the master transceiver.
CLONE OUT appears in the master transceivers display and the bar meter shows that data is being transferred to the subtransceiver. CLONE IN appears automatically in the sub-transceivers display and the bar meter shows that data is being received from the master transceiver.
Pushing right bands [M/CALLMW] start cloning.
DPACKET JACK PIN ASSIGNMENT
q e w r
Front panel view
q DATA IN Input terminal for data transmit. See left for details on how to toggle data speed between 1200 (AFSK) and 9600 bps (G3RUH, GMSK). w GND Common ground for DATA IN, DATA OUT and AF OUT. e PTT P PTT terminal for packet operation only. Connect ground to transmit data. r DATA OUT Data out terminal for 9600 bps operation only. t AF OUT Data out terminal for 1200 bps operation only. y P SQL Output is high (+5 V) when the transceiver receives a signal which opens the squelch.
To avoid unnecessary TNC transmission, connect squelch to the TNC to inhibit transmission when receiving signals. Keep audio output at a normal level, otherwise a P SQL signal will not be output.
D 1200 bps packet operation
q Connect the transceiver and a TNC as illustrated below.
TNC side q DATA IN w GND e PTT P y P SQL RX AUDIO PTT SQL TX AUDIO GND
Read the instructions supplied with your TNC carefully before attempting packet operation with the transceiver. Pin t AF OUT is for 1200 bps operation only. This pin cannot be used for 9600 bps operation. Over modulation may degrade signal quality. If you nd that many transmissions are failing, re-adjust the modulation level.
t AF OUT
w Set the TNC for transmit. e Set transmit delay on the TNC to 50100 msec., if available. r Adjust the TNC frequency deviation if necessary. When using a deviation meter: Adjust the output of the TNC so that frequency deviation is in the range 3 to 4 kHz. When NOT using a deviation meter: A receiver or transceiver is needed to monitor the transmissioncompare the received audio output level when receiving a TNC modulated signal with high level voice signals using the microphone. Then adjust the TNC modulated signal to a lower level than the voice modulated signal.
D 9600 bps high speed packet operation
The transceiver supports 2 modes of 9600 bps packet operation: G3RUH and GMSK. q Connect the transceiver and a TNC as illustrated below.
TNC side q DATA IN w GND e PTT P r DATA OUT TX AUDIO GND
When using the PTT P terminal for packet operation, no voice signals are transmitted from the microphone. When pushing [PTT] during data transmission, data transmission is interrupted and the voice signal takes priority. Read the instructions supplied with your TNC carefully before attempting packet operation with the transceiver. Pin r DATA OUT is for 9600 bps operation only. This pin cannot be used for 1200 bps operation.
y P SQL
RX AUDIO PTT SQL
Tx/Rx: 144146, 430440
*1Guaranteed: 144146 MHz range only.; *2Guaranteed: 430440 MHz; *3Not guaranteed Type of emission : FM, AM (Receive only), DV (optional UT-123 is required)
Receive system Intermediate frequencies Left band Right band Sensitivity (amateur bands only): FM (12 dB SINAD) DV (BER 1%)
(optional UT-123 is required)
Number of memory channels : 522 (incl. 20 scan edges and 2 calls) Frequency resolution : 5, 6.25, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50 kHz Operating temperature range : 10C to +60C Frequency stability : 2.5 ppm (10C to +60C) Power supply requirement : 13.8 V DC 15% Current drain (at 13.8 V DC: approx.): Transmit at 50 W 13 A Receive standby 1.2 A (simultaneous receive) max. audio 1.8 A Antenna connector : SO-239 (50 )2 (Tx/Rx and Diversity) Dimensions (proj. not included) : Main Unit 150(W) 40(H) 187.7(D) mm Remote controller 150(W) 58(H) 31.5(D) mm Weight (approx.) : Main unit 1.5 kg Remote controller 210 g (incl. separation cable)
: Double-conversion superheterodyne : 1st: 38.85 MHz, 2nd: 450 kHz 1st: 46.35 MHz, 2nd: 450 kHz Less than 0.18 V Less than 0.35 V : Less than 0.13 V : More than 10 kHz/6 dB Less than 30 kHz/60 dB More than 6 kHz/6 dB Less than 20 kHz/60 dB More than 50 dB : More than 60 dB
*More than 55 dB for UHF on left band.
Squelch sensitivity (threshold) Selectivity (typical) Wide Narrow DV (optional UT-123 is required) Spurious and image rejection AF output power (at 13.8 V DC) Ext. speaker connectors
: More than 2.4 W at 10% distortion with an
: 3-conductor 3.5 (d) mm/8
Guaranteed 144146 MHz and 430440 MHz ranges only.
All stated specications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Sensitivity (for RX bands FM/AM; for your reference only): Frequency range 118159.995 MHz 160173.995 MHz 174179.995 MHz 180219.995 MHz 220224.995 MHz 225349.995 MHz 350359.995 MHz 360374.995 MHz 375399.995 MHz 400499.995 MHz 500549.995 MHz 810879.990 MHz 880999.990 MHz N/A N/A 0.56/ 5.6/ 0.56/1.8 5.6/18 0.56/1.8 5.6/18 0.56/1.8 0.32/ 0.56/ 0.79/ 1.8/ Left band (V) 0.32/1.0 0.56/ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Right band (V)
CS-2820 CLONING SOFTWARE
Provides quick and easy programming of items, such as memory channels or set mode contents for local repeater frequencies, via a PCs RS-232C terminal using the data communication cable, OPC1529R, or cloning cable , OPC-478. USB type cloning cable, OPC478U, also available.
When the manual dont have a menu overview and I instead off looking in the manual all the time. I wrote this menu list, to have beside the radio, for quick reference use.
The IC-E2820 and IC-2820H has same setting, except were highlighted!
ICOM IC-2820 - menu overview.
Sub menu 01 YOUR CALL SIGN MEMORY
updated: 16. jun 2009
Next Sub Menu
UCalls 4 quick use PUSH/SELECT/PUSH auto update menu 6,6 U60 RRepeater Calls 4 quick use PUSH/SELECT/PUSH auto update menu 6,7 R60 M01: CALL /2820 < Importent M02: OZ6PU /2820 < example PUSH/SELECT/PUSH M06: Total 6 RX01 Last 20 Received Calls PUSH/SELECT/PUSH RX20 01: QRV ON DIGITAL < examples PUSH/SELECT/PUSH to 02: NOT BY THE RADIO EDIT! 03: ON MY E91 Call: OZ6PU USE to TRANSMIT 04: se BELOW! 05: CALLER: OZ6PU /IC91 PUSH/SELECT/PUSH MESSAGE: OZ6PUs IC-E91 VOICE Message (Record/Play/Clear) PUSH 30SEC/1TRACK 15SEC/2TRACK PUSH/SELECT/PUSH 10SEC/3TRACK OFF 3MIN 5MIN PUSH/SELECT/PUSH 15MIN 30MIN OFF 30MIN 60MIN PUSH/SELECT/PUSH 90MIN 120MIN ON PUSH/SELECT/PUSH OFF ON Petty, it only is a ON/OFF function PUSH/SELECT/PUSH OFF individual channels, better idea! OFF <<< US Version Only PUSH/SELECT/PUSH RPT1/RPT2 US Version Only SLOW MID PUSH/SELECT/PUSH FAST AUTO SHORT PUSH/SELECT/PUSH LONG LOW E2820 PUSH/SELECT/PUSH HIGH 2820H OFF PUSH/SELECT/PUSH ON OFF < normal mic gain PUSH/SELECT/PUSH ON < automatic Mic level control OFF < one RX/TX antenna use PUSH/SELECT/PUSH ON < dual RX/RX/TX antenna use OFF ( Menu 13 being Hided ) PUSH/SELECT/PUSH ON ( Menu 13 Showed ) Programable keys on HM154 microphone Look in your manual fore more instruction.
<<< US Version Only >>>
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CALL SIGN MEMORY 02 RPT CALL SIGN MEMORY w. UT-MY CALL SIGN MEMORY
02 of 14
RX CALL SIGN w. UT-123 DV MESSAGE w. UT-123
01 RX01: XXXXXXXX/YYYY 01 TX MESSAGE MEMORY 02 RX MESSAGE
03 of 14
04 of 14
DV VOICE MEMO w. UT-123
01 REPLAY VOICE 02 TRACK SIZE
01 TIME-OUT TIMER
02 AUTO POWER OFF 03 PTT LOCK 04 BUSY LOCKOUT -05 of 14 SET MODE 13 AUTO REPEATER FAN CONTROL SQL DELAY MIC SENSE LEVEL AUTO ATT ALC DIVERSITY GPS HM154 UP HM 154 DN
EU / US Differences
Menu 05 of 14 SET MODE SUB 5 to 14 IS in US VERSION - IC-2820H Menu 05 of 14 SET MODE SUB 5 to 13 IS in EU VERSION - IC-E2820
IC-2820 GPS Data format in DV-G mode: DD.mm.mm. (NOT switchable)
Cant receive GPS data from a IC-92 transmitting in DD.mm.ss, switch it to DD.mm.mm.
When You write to the radio with the CS-2820 software. REMARKS: You have to be aware of, all other settings used in VFO mode, will be set to their Default settings. So as SUB-/DTMF tones, Repeater spacing, Channel step and more. Has to be set on both VHF/UHF in Left/right radio sides.
Page setup is A4, if using other format, set output to FIT page on your printer. (Page 1 af 3)
Sorry for any misspelling, English is not my native languish. If you nd any errors, then please e-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org
MENU Function Sub menu 01 AUTO REPLAY 02 DIGITAL CODE 03 DV DATA TX 04 DIGITAL MONITOR DV SET MODE w. UT-DIGITAL REP SET 06 RXCALL WRITE 07 RXRPT WRITE 08 DV AUTO DETECT 09 EDIT RECORD 10 EMR 11 BK 01 SCAN TIMER 07 of 14 SCAN 02 PROGRAM SKIP SCAN 03 BANK LINK SCAN 04 BANK LINK 01 OFFSET FREQ 02 REPEATER TONE 03 CTCSS TONE 04 DTCS CODE 08 of 14 DUP/TONE 05 DTCS POLARITY -08 WX ALERT PGR/C-SQL PGR MEMORY DTMF SPEED
OFF (OFF after PTT) ON (Menu 03,01) VOICE (Menu 04,01) 00, 01, 02,., 99 Talk with all PTT Home user AUTO Mobile user AUTO < auto sw. RX FM/DV DIGITAL < DV receive only ANALOG < RX in FM mode / TX DV OFF ON Set to ON OFF auto write menu 1,1 AUTO OFF auto write menu 1,2 AUTO OFF (No FM audio) ON (FM/DV audio) SELECT AUTO OFF (Normal use) ON (by pass CS/Code SQ) OFF (CS/Code SQ) keep it that way! ON (CS/Code SQ Break In) T-5 listen 5 sec b4 cont. T-10 listen 10 sec b4 cont. T-15 listen 15 sec b4 cont. P-2 pause 2 sec after car. drop OFF ON OFF ON A,B,C,D,E,.X,Y,Z - OFF/ON Offset VHF / UHF change to local setting
Default UHF = 7,6 Mc (Up to 159.995Mc)
PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH
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PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH
88,5 Hz Default (set to local used) 88,5 Hz Default (set to local used) 123 (3 Digit DTMF code) BOTH N TN-RR TR-RN BOTH R OFF - (US Version Only) ON - (US Version Only) OFF PGR/C-SQL Default C0,C1,C2,C3,C4,C5, CP 100,200,300,500
PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH
Menu 08 of 14 SET MODE SUB 6 to 9 in US VERSION - IC-2820H <<< US Version Only >>> Menu 08 of 14 SET MODE SUB 6 to 8 in EU VERSION - IC-E2820
01 BACKLIGHT 02 DIMMER 03 AUTO DIMMER 04 LCD CONTRAST 05 OPENING LOGO 09 of 14 DISPLAY 06 OPENING CALL S 07 SCAN NAME S 08 RX CALL SIGN 09 TX CALL SIGN 10 RX MESSAGE
SLIDER 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 OFF Default AUTO-OFF AUTO-D1,D2.D7 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,.,OFF ON Default OFF Default ON OFF Default ON OFF AUTO OFF YOUR MY OFF AUTO
PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH
Page setup is A4, if using other format, set output to FIT page on your printer. (Page 2 af 3)
MENU Function Sub menu 01 KEY-TOUCH BEEP 02 BEEP LEVEL 03 SCOPE AF OUTPUT 10 of 14 SOUNDS 04 SUB BAND MUTE 05 SUB BAND BEEP 06 STANDBY BEEP Next Sub Menu
OFF ON Default 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 + 9 OFF Default ON OFF Default ON OFF Default ON OFF Default ON Beep after DV data stream stops RMC GCA GLL GSA VTG OFF ON Text message - example: SO
PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH
level can be reduced menu 10.02
01 GPS SENSE
PUSH/SELECT/PUSH Max. 3 formats
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DV GPS w. UT-123
02 GPS MESSAGE 03 RX GPS MESSAGE 04 GPS TX 05 GPS AUTO TX 01 PACKET BPS
DSTAR*66 PUSH/SELECT/PUSH Sends GPS-A data in GPS mode, (D-PRS)
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02 PACKET BAND 01 GPS SPEED 02 UNITS
13 of 14
GPS SET MODE w. UT-123
This Menu is Hidden if GPS is OFF in Menu 05,11
03 COMPASS 04 UTC OFFSET 05 GPS DATUM 06 ALM AREAALM AREAUNPROTO ADDRESS
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GPS-A SET MODE w. UT-123
This Menu is 13 of 14 if GPS is OFF in Menu 05,11-
02 DATA EXTENSION 03 TIME STAMP 04 GPS-A SYMBOL 05 COMMENT (DATA EXT)
PUSH/SELECT/PUSH Received message DISABLE No GPS data transmitted GPS Used for Radio to Radio data PUSH/SELECT/PUSH GPS-A Setting for D-PRS use OFF Default 5-,10-,30SEC PUSH/SELECT/PUSH 1- Mobil,3-,5-,10-,30MIN Base 1200 Default PUSH/SELECT/PUSH 9600 L R PUSH/SELECT/PUSH MAIN 4800 Default PUSH/SELECT/PUSH 9600 METER EU PUSH/SELECT/PUSH FT-MI US ARROWHEAD NORTH REF PUSH/SELECT/PUSH SOUTH REF PUSH/SELECT/PUSH 12 HOUR IN 5 MIN STEP 0, WGS84 PUSH/SELECT/PUSH + 220 PRE DEF PLACES SQUARE PUSH/SELECT/PUSH LIMITED EXTENDED PUSH/SELECT/PUSH BOTH PUSH/SELECT/PUSH GPS-A API282,DSTAR* (Not Radio to radio) 01 OFF Push to Select item,Push Back 02 COURSE/SPEED Push to Select item,Push Back 01 OFF Push to Select item,Push Back 02 DHM Push to Select item,Push Back 03 HMS Push to Select item,Push Back 15 Standard, + Extended possibilities (if menu 14,2,1 / selected) your text (if menu 14,2,2 / Course/Speed selected)
Select Msg for transmit
Select of TX message is more difcult than other settings. Push F twice push Msg/Low/Prio Push Dial, turn to select, Push Back to Exit.
If GPS is OFF (Menu 05,12) GPS ON/OFF Menu 13 is Hidden Menu 14 moves to 13
Menu 14,02 and 14,03 work! When understanding the programmes mind. In these two submenus you select one of the options, it wont give an other submenu! Menu 14 / 02 OFF or COURSE/SPEED Shown output depend on selected item. Push to Select Menu 14 / 03 OFF, DHM or HMS In all other Menus Push Dial and turn Right Dial. Push Back to Exit.
Functions with UT-123 (second colum), shows ONLY if UT-123 installed.
Menu 5,4 BUSY LOCKOUT is a god idea to have, but not as it is in this radio, has it been for an individual channels, it would have been a great feature, (Toggle function for the hole radio) think it could avoiding people from keying on top off a QSO, If you work with simplex ONLY radio its OK. But as a HAM were using booth simplex and duplex frequencies, this configuration as in this radio, is useless, because working with repeaters with TX Hangtime, You will newer be able to key your transceiver. Ideal on Simplex, FM/DV, but not with split frequency use.
(Take a look at Vertex VX-800U, there its done correct with individual setting for each channel)
So, ICOM! get back at the drawing Table! You can do better!
At the same time, make default settings, programable from CS-2820. (Like the ID-1 software) After using the CS-2820 software to reprogram the radio, VFO modes is useless before you manually have programmed the rest, because the software don'ts nish its job. Youve to manually key in settings for VFO modes, in left and right side for both VHF and UHF, Ch step, Rep offset. CTCSS tones and more. Page setup is A4, if using other format, set output to FIT page on your printer. (Page 3 af 3)
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