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ALWAYS keep the antenna at least 2.5 cm (1 inch) away from the body when transmitting, and only use the Icom belt-clips which are listed in this manual when attaching the radio to your belt, etc. To provide the recipients of your transmission the best sound quality, hold the antenna at least 5 cm (2 inches) from your mouth, and slightly off to one side. The information listed above provides the user with the information needed to make him or her aware of RF exposure, and what to do to assure that this radio operates within the FCC RF exposure limits of this radio. Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility. During transmissions, your Icom radio generates RF energy that can possibly cause interference with other devices or systems. To avoid such interference, turn off the radio in areas where signs are posted to do so. DO NOT operate the transmitter in areas that are sensitive to electromagnetic radiation such as hospitals, aircraft, and blasting sites.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD i IMPORTANT i EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS ii PRECAUTIONS iiiii SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES iv SAFETY TRAINING INFORMATION vvi TABLE OF CONTENTS viiviii QUICK REFERENCE IVII I Preparation IIII I Your rst contact IVV I Repeater operation VI I Programming memory channels VII 1 ACCESSORIES 1 I Accessory attachment PANEL DESCRIPTION 28 I Switches, controls, keys and connectors 26 I Function display BATTERY PACKS 915 I Battery pack replacement 9 I Battery caution 10 I Battery charging 1113 I Charging NOTE 14 I Battery case (optional for some versions) BASIC OPERATION 1620 I Power ON 16 I Setting a frequency 1618 I Setting audio/squelch level 18 I Receive and transmit 19 I Key lock function 19 I Display type REPEATER OPERATION 2124 I General 21 I Offset frequency 22 I Subaudible tones 2223 I Auto repeater function (USA versions only) 24
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6 MEMORY/CALL OPERATION 2529 I General 25 I Selecting a memory channel 25 I Selecting the call channel 25 I Programming the memory/call channels 26 I Channel name programming 27 I Memory transferring DTMF MEMORY 3031 I Programming a DTMF code 30 I Transmitting a DTMF code 31 I DTMF transmission speed SCAN OPERATION 3236 I Scan types 32 I Programmed scan 33 I Memory scan 34 I Skip channels 34 I Priority watch 35 I Scan resume condition SUBAUDIBLE TONES 3740 I Tone squelch 3738 I Pocket beep operation 39 I Tone scan PAGER/CODE SQUELCH 4147 I Pager function 41 I Code programming 4244 I Pager operation 4546 I Code squelch OTHER FUNCTIONS 4856 I SET MODE 4850 I INITIAL SET MODE 5155 I CPU reset CLONING OPTIONAL UNIT 5860 I Optional UT-108 installation 58 I Optional MB-87 installation SPECIFICATIONS OPTIONS 6263
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D Key pad
[AFUNC] Access to secondary function. [BCALL] Select the call channel. (p. 25) [CMR] Selects a memory mode. (p. 25) After pushing [AFUNC], entering into memory programming/editing mode. (pgs. 26, 28) After pushing [AFUNC], programs/transfers VFO/memory or call channel contents into memory channel/VFO when pushed for 1 sec. (pgs. 26, 28) [DCLR] Selects VFO mode, aborts direct frequency input, or cancels scanning, etc. (pgs. 16, 33) [1TONE] Input digit 1 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], selects the subaudible tone function. (pgs. 21, 37) [2P.BEEP] Input digit 2 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], turn the pocket beep function ON and OFF (p. 39) [3T.SCAN] Input digit 3 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], starts the tone scanning. (pgs. 23, 40)
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D Key pad (Continued)
[4DUP] Input digit 4 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], selects a duplex function (duplex, +duplex, simplex). (p. 21) [5SCAN] Input digit 5 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], starts scanning. (p. 33) [6SKIP] Input digit 6 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], sets and cancels skip setting for memory skip scan during memory mode. (p. 34) [7PRIO] Input digit 7 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], starts the priority watch. (p. 35) [8SET] Input digit 8 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], enters into the SET MODE. (p. 48) [9HI/LO] Input digit 9 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], switches between high and low output power. (p. 19)
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[0DTMF-M] Input digit 0 during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 16, 25) After pushing [AFUNC], enters into the DTMF memory mode. (p. 30) [OPTION] Selects an optional pager or code squelch operation mode. (p. 43) ] [#ENT Sets the frequency even if the full 6-digits of frequency have not been entered. (p. 16) After pushing [AFUNC], switches key pad lock function ON and OFF when pushed for 1 sec. Lock all keys, except [POWER], [PTT], [SQL] and audio level adjustment. (p. 19)
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I Battery charging
D Regular charging with the BC-146
The optional BC-146 provides regular charging of an optional battery pack with/without transceiver. The following is additionally required:
An optional AC adapter. (An AD-99N is supplied with BC-146.) Turn power OFF. Check orientation for correct charging. (Insert together with AD-99N.)
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D About AD-99N
Attach the spacer (Spacer B/C) to the adapter with the orientation of the stamp pointing up. When removing the spacer (Spacer B/C), push the notch carefully with your nger to remove the spacer (Spacer B/C) from the adapter (Spacer A).
Remove the spacer (Spacer B/C) from the adapter. Push the latch carefully.
R CAUTION! DO NOT push or force the latch with a screw driver, etc., to remove it. DO NOT bend the latch when the adapter and spacer are not joined together. This will cause weakening of the latch plastic. Both cases may break the latch and it may not be able to be reattached.
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D Rapid charging with the BC-144N
The optional BC-144N provides rapid charging of optional battery packs. The following are additionally required:
An AC adapter (may be supplied with the BC-144N depending on version). Turn power OFF. Check orientation for correct charging. (Insert together with AD-99N.)
BC-144N + AD-99N
D Rapid charging with the BC-121N+AD-94 (#11)
The optional BC-121N allows up to 6 battery packs to be charged simultaneously. The following are additionally required.
Six AD-94 (#11). An AC adapter (BC-124; may be supplied with the BC-121N depending on version). Turn power OFF.
(each indicator functions independently)
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I Charging NOTE
Prior to using the transceiver for the rst time, the battery pack must be fully charged for optimum life and operation.
Recommended temperature range for charging: +10C to +40C (; +50F to 140F) Use the supplied charger or optional charger (BC-119N/121N/144N for rapid charging, BC-146 for regular charging) only. NEVER use other manufacturers chargers.
The optional BP-222N, BP-209N or BP-210N battery packs include rechargeable Ni-Cd (Ni-MH: BP-210N) batteries and can be charged approx. 300 times. Charge the battery pack before rst operating the transceiver or when the battery pack becomes exhausted. If you want to charge the battery pack more than 300 times, the following points should be observed:
Avoid over charging. The charging period should be less than 24 hours. Use the battery until it becomes almost completely exhausted under normal conditions. We recommend battery charging after transmitting becomes impossible.
D Battery pack life
When the operating period becomes extremely short even after charging the battery pack fully, a new battery pack is needed.
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I Battery case (optional for some versions)
When using a BP-208N BATTERY CASE attached to the transceiver, install 6 AA (LR6) size alkaline batteries as illustrated below.
Use ALKALINE batteries only. Make sure all battery cells are the same brand, type and capacity. Never mix old and new batteries. Either of the above may cause a fire hazard or damage the transceiver if ignored. Never incinerate used battery cells since internal battery gas may cause them to rupture. Never expose a detached battery case to water. If the battery case gets wet, be sure to wipe it dry before use.
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I Power ON
Push [POWER] for 1 sec. to turn power ON.
Push for 1 sec.
I Setting a frequency
D Via the keypad
q Push [DCLR] to select VFO mode, if necessary. w To enter the desired frequency, enter 6-digits starting from the 100 MHz digit.
Enter three to five digits then pushing [#ENT ] is also set the frequency. When a digit is mistakenly input, push [D.CLR] to abort inputting.
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D By other methods
Y Z Via the [Y]/[Z] keys Push [Y] or [Z] several times to set the desired frequency.
Each push increases/decreases the frequency by the selected tuning step. See page 18 for tuning step details.
For your information [VOL] function assignment The [VOL] control can be used as a tuning dial for frequency tuning instead of [Y]/[Z] keys. However, while [VOL] is functions as tuning dial, [Y]/[Z] keys functions as AF volume control. q While pushing [Y] and [Z], turn power ON to enter INITIAL SET MODE. w Push [Y] or [Z] several times to select the dial assignment item, tOP. e Rotate [VOL] to select the condition.
F MR TX F MR TX
[VOL] [POWER] [Y] [Z]
[VOL] is assigned as AF volume control.
[VOL] is assigned as tuning dial.
r To exit set mode, push [#ENT
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D Tuning step selection
The IC-V8 has 8 tuning steps 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 50 kHz. The tuning step is selectable in SET MODE. q Push [AFUNC] then [8SET] to enter SET MODE. w Push [Y]/[Z] several times to select the tuning step item. e Rotate [VOL] to select the desired tuning step. ] to exit SET MODE. r Push [#ENT
[Y] [Z] [AFUNC] [8SET] [#ENT
I Setting audio/squelch level
D To set the audio level
Rotate [VOL] to set the desired audio level while receiving a signal.
When no signal is received, push and hold [SQL] while setting the audio level. When [VOL] is assigned as tuning dial, push [Y]/[Z] to adjust the audio output level. (pgs. 17, 53) [VOL]
D To set the squelch level
While pushing [SQL], push [Y]/[Z] to set the squelch level.
The squelch level 1 is loose squelch, 10 is tight squelch. When [VOL] is assigned as tuning dial, rotate [VOL] while [SQL] is pushed. (pgs. 17, 53)
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I Receive and transmit
q Push [POWER] for 1 sec. to turn the power ON. w Adjust audio volume to the desired level. e Set a frequency.
When a signal is received:
Squelch opens and audio is emitted from the speaker. Signal indicator shows the relative signal strength level. r Push [AFUNC], then push [9H/L] to toggle output power between
high and low.
L appears when low output power is selected. t Push and hold [PTT] to transmit, then speak into the microphone. TX appears. Do not hold the microphone too close to your mouth or speak too loudly. This may distort the signal. y Release [PTT] to receive.
For your information Monitor function: Push and hold [SQL] to listen to weak signals that do not open the squelch.
I Key lock function
The key lock function prevents accidental frequency changes and function activation. ] for Push [AFUNC] then push [#ENT 1 sec. to toggle the function ON and OFF.
appears while the lock function is activated. [POWER], [PTT], [VOL] and [SQL] can be operated regardless of this setting. Push
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I Display type
INITIAL SET MODE
The transceiver has 3 display types to match your operating style. The display type is selected in the INITIAL SET MODE (p. 53). Frequency Indication type Displays operating frequency.
Channel Number Indication type Displays memory channel number. In this type only pre-programmed memory channel numbers are displayed. VFO mode cannot be selected.
When the channel indication type is selected, only the following functions can be performed. - Scan function (p. 32) - Output power setting (p. 19) - DTMF memory function (p. 30) - Key lock function (p. 19) - Scan pause timer setting, function key timer setting and LCD backlight setting in SET MODE (p. 49)
Channel Name Indication type Displays memory channel name you have assigned. In this display pre-programmed memory channel names are displayed. VFO mode is selectable.
Programmed frequencies are indicated pre-programmed in the selected memory channel. Push and hold [SQL] to display the operating frequency.
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When using a repeater, the transmit frequency is shifted from the receive frequency by the offset frequency. It is convenient to program repeater information into memory channels.
q Set the receive frequency (repeater output frequency). w Push [AFUNC], then push [4DUP] several times to select or +. indicates the transmit frequency is shifted down; + indicates the transmit frequency is shifted up. Blinking or + indicates the reversed duplex mode is selected in SET MODE (p. 48). e Push [AFUNC], then push [1TONE] to activate the subaudible
tone encoder, if required.
appears Select the desired subaudible tone frequency, if necessary. (p. 22) r Push and hold [PTT] to transmit. The displayed frequency automatically changes to the transmit frequency (repeater input frequency). If OFF appears, check the offset frequency (p. 22) and direction. t Release [PTT] to receive. y Push and hold [SQL] to check whether the other stations trans-
mit signal can be directly received or not.
About reversed duplex mode
When the reversed duplex mode is selected, the receive frequency shifts. (Transmit frequency shifts in normal duplex mode.) Each receive and transmit frequency is shown in the table below with the following conditions;
Inputed freq.: 145.30 MHz Reversed OFF ON Direction : (negative) Rx frequency 145.30 MHz 144.70 MHz Offset frequency : 0.6 MHz Tx frequency 144.70 MHz 145.30 MHz
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I Offset frequency
When communicating through a repeater, the transmit frequency is shifted from the receive frequency by an amount determined by the offset frequency.
q Push [AFUNC], then push [8SET] to enter SET MODE. w Push [Y] or [Z] several times until and
offset frequency appear.
e Rotate [VOL] to select the desired offset
Selectable steps are the same as the pre-set tuning steps. The unit of the displayed offset frequency is MHz. r Push [#ENT
] to x the offset frequency and exit SET MODE.
I Subaudible tones
Some repeaters require subaudible tones to be accessed. Subaudible tones are superimposed over your normal signal and must be set in advance.
q Push [AFUNC], then push [8SET] to enter
F MR TX
w Push [Y] or [Z] one or more times until rt
e Rotate [VOL] to select the desired subaudible tone. r Push [#ENT ] to enter the selected tone and exit set mode.
Available subaudible tone frequencies
67.0 69.3 71.9 74.4 77.0 79.7 82.5 85.4 88.5 91.5 94.8 97.4 100.0 103.5 107.2 110.9 114.8 118.8 123.0 127.3 131.8 136.5 141.3 146.2 151.4 156.7 159.8 162.2 165.5 167.9 171.3 173.8 177.3 179.9 183.5 186.2 189.9 192.8 196.6 199.5
203.5 206.5 210.7 218.1 225.7 229.1 233.6 241.8 250.3 254.1
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D Tone information
Some repeaters require another tone system to be accessed. DTMF TONES While pushing [PTT], push the desired DTMF keys (09, AF) to transmit DTMF tones.
The transceiver has 5 DTMF memory channels (p. 30).
1750 Hz TONE While pushing [PTT], push [Y] or [Z] to transmit a 1750 Hz tone signal. Convenient Tone scan function: When you dont know the subaudible tone used for a repeater, the tone scan is convenient for detecting the tone frequency. Push [AFUNC], then push [3T.SCAN] to start the tone scan.
Push [DCLR] to cancel the scan. When the required tone frequency is detected, the scan pauses.
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I Auto repeater function (USA version only)
The USA version automatically activates the repeater settings (duplex, ON/OFF, duplex direction, tone encoder ON/OFF) when the operating frequency falls within or outside of the general repeater output frequency range. The offset and repeater tone frequencies are not changed by the auto repeater function. Reset these frequencies, if necessary.
q While pushing [Y] and [Z], turn the power ON to enter
SET MODE. INITIAL
w Push [Y] or [Z] several times until RPt. appears. e Rotate [VOL] to select the desired condi-
See p. 38 for programming details.
Repeat several times until appears when CTCSS, or D appears when DTCS is selected.
r Push [AFUNC], then push [2P.BEEP] to ac- F D TX MR tivate the pocket beep function. appears. t When a signal with the matched tone is re appears ceived, the transceiver emits beep tones and blinks . Beep tones sound for 30 sec. and F D TX MR blinks. To stop the beeps manually, push any key. continues blinking until step y is operated. y Push [PTT] to answer. disappears and cancels the pocket beep function automatically.
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I Tone scan
By monitoring a signal that is being operated with a repeater, pocket beep or tone squelch function, you can determine the tone frequency necessary to access a repeater or open the squelch. q Set the frequency to be checked for a tone frequency or code. w Push [AFUNC], then push [1TONE].
Repeat several times to select the tone condition or type to be scanned. (One of , or D appears) The tone scan can be operated even if the tone condition or type is not selected.
e Push [AFUNC], then push [3T.SCAN] to start the tone scan.
To change the scanning direction, push [Y] or [Z].
r When the CTCSS tone frequency or DTCS code is matched, the squelch opens and the tone frequency or code is temporarily programmed into the selected mode such as memory or call channel.
The tone scan pauses when a CTCSS tone frequency or 3-digit DTCS code is detected. The decoded CTCSS tone frequency or 3-digit DTCS code is used for the tone encoder or tone encoder/decoder depending on the selected tone condition or type in step w. - No indication : Cannot be used for operation. - : CTCSS tone encoder - : CTCSS tone encoder/decoder - D : DTCS tone encoder/decoder
t Push [DCLR] to stop the scan.
F MR TX F MR
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I Pager function
Optional UT-108 required
This function uses DTMF codes for paging and can be used as a message pager to confirm you of a callers identification even when you leave the transceiver temporarily unattended.
Pager selective code (push [PTT])
Beep Beep Beep
Answer back (manual)
eep p B Bee Beep
Set both transceivers to either code squelch or non-coded operation
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10 PAGER/CODE SQUELCH
I Code programming
D Before programming
The pager and code squelch functions require ID codes and a group code. These codes are 3-digit DTMF codes and must be written into the code channels before operation. q Decide the ID code of each transceiver and a group code for your group. w Decide whether you want to return to normal operation or code squelch operation after a connection is made. e Program the ID code, group code and transmit codes (other stations codes) as below. D Code channel assignment
ID OR CODE CHANNEL GROUP CODE NUMBER Your ID code Other parties ID code Group code Memory space* One of 16 P RECEIVE ACCEPT OR RECEIVE INHIBIT Receive accept only Receive inhibit should be programmed in each channel. Receive accept must be programmed. Receive inhibit only.
*Channel CP automatically memorizes an ID code when receiving a pager call. The contents in channel CP cannot be changed manually.
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PAGER/CODE SQUELCH 10
D Code programming
An ID code MUST be programmed into code channel C0. Up to 6 transmit codes are programmable into code channels, C1 to C6, if required. q Push [AFUNC], then push [OPTION].
Pager mode is selected. 100 MHz digit shows P.
w Push [AFUNC], then push [8SET].
One of either CP or C0 to C6 blinks. C0 is the ID code and C1 to C6 are transmit codes.
e Rotate [VOL] to select code channel C0.
A different ID code must be programmed into each transceiver.
r Enter the desired 3-digit ID code via the keypad.
t Rotate [VOL] to select a transmit code channel from C1 to C6. y Enter the desired 3-digit transmit code via the keypad. u Push [AFUNC], then push [6SKIP] to set the channel for receive inhibit or receive accept.
F SKIP MR
When receive inhibit is set, SKIP appears as at right. Code channel C0 cannot be set as receive inhibit. See the table for receive accept and receive inhibit details (p. 44).
i Repeat steps t and y to set additional transmit code channels, if desired. ] or [PTT] to exit code set mode. o Push [#ENT
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Receive accept/receive inhibit Receive accept (SKIP indicator does not appear) accepts pager calls when the transceiver receives a signal with a code the same as that in the code channel. Receive inhibit (SKIP indicator appears) rejects calls even when the transceiver receives a code the same as that in the code channel. Transmit codes should therefore be programmed for receive inhibit, otherwise the transceiver will not reject unnecessary calls. Pager/code squelch operation during channel indication To use these functions in channel indication, the pager/code squelch setting must be programmed with other memory contents before selecting channel number indication.
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I Pager operation
D Calling a specic station
q Program the desired code channel in advance (p. 43). w Set the operating frequency.
Set the AF and squelch to the desired level as in normal operation.
e Push [AFUNC], then push [OPTION].
r Select the desired transmit code channel:
Push [AFUNC], then push [8SET]. Rotate [VOL] to select the desired code channel. Push [#ENT ] to return to previous condition.
t Push [PTT] to transmit the pager code. y Wait for an answer back.
When the transceiver receives an answer back code, the function display shows the other members ID or group code.
u After confirming a connection, push [A FUNC], then push [OPTION] to select the code squelch operation, or repeat the previous key operation again to select non-selective calling system.
DO NOT push any digit keys while code channels C0 to C6 are displayed, or code channel contents will be changed.
i Communicate with the other party as normal: push [PTT] to transmit; release to receive.
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q Set the operating frequency. w Push [AFUNC], then push [OPTION].
100 MHz digit shows P.
e Wait for a call.
When receiving a call, the callers ID or group code appears as shown below. DO NOT push any digit keys while code channels C0 to C6 are displayed, or code channel contents will be changed.
r Push [PTT] to send an answer back call and display the operating frequency. t After confirming a connection, push [A FUNC], then push [OPTION] to select code squelch operation, or repeat previous key operation again to select non-selective calling system. PERSONAL CALLS This display appears when you are called with your ID code and the calling stations ID code is 123. GROUP CALLS This display appears when you are called with the group code, 888, and 888 has been programmed into code channel C6. ERROR INFORMATION When the transceiver receives an incomplete signal, E and previously received code appear.
Previously received code.
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I Code squelch
Code squelch provides communications with quiet standby since you will only receive calls from stations which know your ID or group code. Each push of [PTT] sends a 3-digit code in order to open the receiving stations code squelch prior to voice transmission. q Set the operating frequency.
w Push [AFUNC], then push [OPTION].
Repeat several times, if necessary. Code squelch mode is selected. 100 MHz digit shows C.
e Select the desired transmit code channel:
Push [AFUNC], then push [8SET]. Rotate [VOL] to select the desired code channel. Push [#ENT ] to exit code set mode.
r Operate the transceiver in the normal way (push [PTT] to transmit; release [PTT] to receive). t To cancel the code squelch, push [A FUNC], then push [OPTION].
100 MHz digit shows 1 when the function is cancelled.
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I SET MODE
11 OTHER FUNCTIONS
D Entering SET MODE q Push [AFUNC], then push [8SET]. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired item. e Rotate [VOL] to select the condition/value.
To exit set mode, push [#ENT ].
D Repeater tone frequency Selects tone encoder frequency for accessing a repeater, etc. from one of 50 available frequencies. 67.0254.1 Hz (50 tones): 88.5 Hz (default) D Tone squelch frequency Selects frequency for tone squelch or pocket beep operation from one of 50 available frequencies. 67.0254.1 Hz (50 tones): 88.5 Hz (default) D DTCS code Selects DTCS encoder/decoder code with polarity (N: normal/I: inverse) from one of 208 available codes. 023N/I754N/I: 023N (default) D Offset frequency Sets the offset frequency for duplex (repeater) operation within 020.00 MHz range. D Reverse function Turns the reverse function ON and OFF. Default: OFF
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D Tuning step Selects tuning step from 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25 , 30 and 50 kHz.
D Scan pause timer Selects the scan pause time from SCt.5, F MR TX SCt.10, SCt.15 and SCP. 2. When receiving signals, the scan pauses according to the scan pause time. F TX MR SCt. 5/10/15 : Scan pauses for 5/10/15 sec. (default: SCt.15) SCP. 2 : Scan pauses until the signal disappears. Resumes 2 sec. after the signal disappears. D Function key timer Selects [AFUNC] effect timer from F0.At, F MR F1.At, F2.At, F3.At and F.m. F0.At : F disappears immediately after secondary function is operated. F MR (default) F1/2/3.At : F disappears after 1/2/3 sec. after secondary function is operated. F.m : F appears until [AFUNC] is pushed again.
D LCD backlight F TX MR Selects LCD backlight lighting condition from auto, ON and OFF. LIG.At : Lights when any key except [PTT] is pushed. (default) LIG.ON : Lights continuously while the transceiver is powered ON. LIG.OF : Never lights.
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D Transmission permission Turns transmission permission ON and OFF. This function can be set for each memory and call channel, independently. tX.ON: Transmission is permitted. (default) tX.OF : Transmission is inhibited.
D DTMF speed F TX MR The rate at which DTMF memories send individual DTMF characters can be set to accommodate operating needs. 1: 100 msec. interval; 5.0 cps speed (default) 2: 200 msec. interval; 2.5 cps speed 3: 300 msec. interval; 1.6 cps speed 5: 500 msec. interval; 1.0 cps speed (cps=characters/sec.) D Dial assignment Selects [VOL] control action from AF volume and tuning dial. tOP.VO : AF volume (default) tOP.dI : Tuning dial
D Display type Selects LCD indication type from frequency, channel number and channel names. dSP.FR : Shows frequency (default) dSP.CH : Shows channel number* dSP.Nm: Shows channel names
*Memory channels only can be selected.
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D LCD contrast Selects LCD contrast from auto and low. LCd.AT : Automatic (default) LCd.LO : Low contrast
D Power save Selects duty cycle for power save function F MR from auto, 1:32, 1:16, 1:8, 1:2 and OFF. PS.At : Duty cycle changes automatically. (default) F MR PS.32 : 1:32 duty cycle PS.16 : 1:16 duty cycle PS. 8 : 1:8 duty cycle PS. 2 : 1:2 duty cycle PS.OF : The power save function is turned OFF. D Tuning speed acceleration The tuning speed acceleration automatically speeds up the tuning speed when pushing and holding [Y] or [Z], or rotating [VOL] rapidly.* SS.At : The tuning speed acceleration is activated. (default) SS. m : The tuning speed acceleration is not activated.
*When tuning dial is assigned with [VOL].
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Optional HM-75A required D Mic simple mode This item turns the microphone simple mode F TX MR ON and OFF. Microphone simple mode is used to change the function assignments for keys in the optional HM-75A REMOTE CONTROL F TX SPEAKER-MICROPHONE as below. This assignMR ment is convenient for 3-channel use of simple operation. mIC.N1 : Normal 1 (default) mIC.N2 : Normal 2 mIC.Sm : Simple mode
HM-75A Mode key [A] [B] [Y] [Z] Freq. CH Freq. CH Freq. CH Freq. CH NORMAL1 [BCALL] Null VFO/Memory Null Freq. Up Memory CH Up NORMAL2 [SQL] VFO/Memory Null Freq. Up Memory CH Up SIMPLE [SQL] [BCALL] MR-00CH MR-01CH
Freq. Down Freq. Down Memory CH Down Memory CH Down
A 1750 Hz tone can be transmitted with the HM-75A operation. Push [A] while pushing [PTT]. NOTE: Turn power OFF when connecting the HM-75A to the transceiver. VFO mode cannot be selected via the microphone when SIMPLE mode is selected.
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Once the transceiver is locked in place, it will swivel 360 degrees.
CAUTION! HOLD THE TRANSCEIVER TIGHTLY, WHEN ATTACHING OR REMOVING THE TRANSCEIVER FROM THE BELT CLIP. If the transceiver is accidentally dropped and the swivel belt clips stopper is cracked or damaged, the swivel belt clip may not work properly.
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Frequency range USA General (LM) Operating temp. range Frequency stability Antenna connector Power supply requirement Current drain (at 7.2 V DC) Transmit at 5.5 W at 0.5 W Receive at max. AF Stand-by Power save No. of memory channels Tuning steps Dimensions (projections not included) Weight (approx.) :
144148 MHz (Tx), 136174 MHz* (Rx) 136174 MHz* (Tx/Rx) *Guaranteed 144148 MHz range only : 10C to +60C; +14F to +140F : 10 ppm (10C to +60C) : BNC (50 ) : 7.2 V DC (610.3 V DC acceptable; Icoms battery pack only) : Less than 2.0 A Less than 0.8 A Less than 250 mA Less than 70 mA Less than 20 mA : 107 (incl. 1 call and 6 programmed scan edges) : 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 50 kHz : 54(W)132(H)35(D) mm ; 218(W)5316(W)138(W) in. : 350 g; 12.3 oz (with BP-222) 190 g; 6.7 oz (without battery pack)
Modulation system Output power (at 7.2 V DC) Max. frequency deviation Spurious emissions External mic. connector : Variable reactance frequency modulation : 5.5 W (High), 0.5 W (Low) : 5.0 kHz : Less than 60 dB : 3-conductor 2.5 (d) mm; 2.2 k
Receiving system Intermediate frequencies Sensitivity (at 12 dB SINAD) Squelch sensitivity Selectivity Intermodulation rejection Spurious & image rejection Audio output power (at 7.2 V DC) External speaker connector : Double conversion superheterodyne system : 1st: 21.7 MHz, 2nd: 450 kHz : 0.16 V typ. : 0.1 V typ. : 65 dB typ. : 65 dB typ. : 75 dB typ. : More than 0.3 W at 10% distortion with an 8 load : 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm; 8
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Battery Pack BP-208N*2 BP-209N BP-210N BP-222N Voltage Capacity Output Power 5.5 W 5.5 W 5.5 W 5.5 W Operating Period*1 7.5 hrs. 11 hrs. 4 hrs.
Battery case for LR6 (AA) 6 alkaline cells
7.2 V 7.2 V 7.2 V
1100 mAh 1650 mAh 600 mAh
*1Operating periods are calculated under the following conditions: Tx:Rx:standby=5:5:90, power save function: auto setting, is activated *2Operation with the LOW output power selection is recommended.
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This service manual describes the latest service information for the IC-V8 at the time of publication. To upgrade quality, all electrical or mechanical parts and internal circuits are subject to change without notice or obligation.
NEVER connect the transceiver to an AC outlet or to a DC power supply that uses more than 10.3 V. Such a connection could cause a fire hazard and/or electric shock. DO NOT expose the transceiver to rain, snow or any liquids. DO NOT reverse the polarities of the power supply when connecting the transceiver. DO NOT apply an RF signal of more than 20 dBm (100mW) to the antenna connector. This could damage the transceivers front end.
Be sure to include the following four points when ordering replacement parts: 1. 2. 3. 4. 10-digit order numbers Component part number and name Equipment model name and unit name Quantity required
0910053802 PCB B-5649B 8810009560 Screw BT M2 x 6 ZK 8810009510 Screw BT 2 x 4 NI IC-V8 IC-V8 IC-V8 MAIN UNIT 1 pieces Chassis 10 pieces Chassis 10 pieces
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Make sure a problem is internal before disassembling the transceiver. DO NOT open the transceiver until the transceiver is disconnected from its power source. DO NOT force any of the variable components. Turn them slowly and smoothly. DO NOT short any circuits or electronic parts. An insulated turning tool MUST be used for all adjustments. DO NOT keep power ON for a long time when the transceiver is defective. DO NOT transmit power into a signal generator or a sweep generator. ALWAYS connect a 40 dB to 50 dB attenuator between the transceiver and a deviation meter or spectrum analyzer when using such test equipment. 8. READ the instructions of test equipment thoroughly before connecting equipment to the transceiver.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SPECIFICATIONS
SECTION 4 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION RECEIVER CIRCUITS.... 4 - 1 TRANSMITTER CIRCUITS.... 4 - 2 PLL CIRCUIT.... 4 - 3 OTHER CIRCUITS.... 4 - 3 POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS.... 4 - 3 CPU PORT ALLOCATIONS... 4 - 4
SECTION 5 5-1 5-2
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES PREPARATION.... 5 - 1 PLL ADJUSTMENT.... 5 - 2
MECHANICAL PARTS AND DISASSEMBLY
SECTION 9 9-1
BOARD LAYOUTS MAIN UNIT.... 9 - 1
SECTION - - - - 4
BC-146 OPTIONAL DESKTOP CHARGER INFORMATION PARTS LIST.... 10 - 1 DISASSEMBLY INFORMATION... 10 - 1 VOLTAGE DIAGRAM.... 10 - 2 BOARD LAYOUT.... 10 - 2
Version [USA] [GEN]
Receive 136.000174.000 MHz*
Transmit 144.000148.000 MHz 136.000174.000 MHz*
*Specifications Guaranteed: 144148 MHz only Type of emission Frequency stability (10C to +60C; +14F to +140F) Tuning steps Antnna connector Power supply requirement (negative ground) Number of memory channel Call channel Scanning mode Current drain (approx.) : F2D/ F3E : 10 ppm : 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 or 50 kHz : BNC (50 ) : 7.2 V DC (Operable voltage range: 6.0 to 10.3 V) : 100 channels : 1 channel : Program, Memory, Skip, Priority or Tone : Transmit Receive at High (5.5 W) at Low (0.5 W) Max. audio stand-by power saved 2.0 A 0.7 A 250 mA 70 mA 20 mA
Usable temperature range Dimensions (projections not included) Weight (with ant., BP-222)
: 10C to +60C; +14F to +140F : 54(W) 132(H) 35(D) mm; 2 18(W) 5 316(H) 1 38(D) in. : 350 g; 12.3 oz.
RF output power (at 7.2 V DC) (with supplied battery pack) Modulation system Maximum frequency deviation Spurious emissions Ext. microphone connector : 5.5 W / 0.5 W (High / Low) : Variable reactance frequency modulation : 5.0 kHz : Less than 60 dB : 3-conductor 2.5(d) mm (110)/2.2 k
Receive system Intermediate frequencies Sensitivity Squelch sensitivity Adjacent channel selectivity Spurious response rejection Intermodulation rejection ratio Audio output power (at 7.2 V DC) Ext. speaker connector : Double conversion superheterodyne system : 1st 2nd 21.7 MHz 450 kHz
: 0.16 V at 12 dB SINAD (typical) : 0.1 V at threshold (typical) : 65 dB (typical) : 75 dB (typical) : 65 dB (typical) : More than 300 mW at 10% distortion with an 8 load : 3-conductor 3.5(d) mm (18)/8
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Antenna swtching circuit (D2, D8: MA77) Power amplifier (Q1: 2SK3476)
Antenna swtching circuit (D1: MA77) RF amplifier (Q12: 3SK274)
APC IC3A: NJM12902V Q37: DTA144EU FM IF IC (IC2: TA31136FN) IF amplifier (Q14: 2SC4406)
1st mixer (Q13: 3SK274)
Crystal filter FI1, Fl3: FL-298 21.700 MHz PLL reference oscillator (X1: CR-659 21.25 MHz)
PLL IC (IC1: LV2105V)
D/A converter (IC10: M62363FP) TX/RX switch (D3, D4: MA77) EEPROM (IC7: BR24C16FV)
CPU (IC8: HD6473877H)
The RF circuit amplifies signals within the range of frequency coverage and filters out-of-band signals. The signals from the antenna switching circuit are applied to the limitter (D50), and are then passed through the bandpass filter (D9, L16, C80). The filtered signals are amplified at the RF amplifier (Q12), then applied to the 1st mixer circuit after out-of-band signals are suppressed at the bandpass filter (D11, D12, L19, C91C97). D9, D11, D12 employ varactor diodes that track the bandpass filters and are controlled by the T1T3 signals from the D/A convertor (IC10, pins 2, 3, 10). These diodes tune the center frequency of an RF passband for wide bandwidth receiving and good image response rejection.
The AF amplifier circuit amplifies the demodulated AF signals to drive a speaker. AF signals from the FM IF IC (IC2, pin 9) are applied to the analog swtich (IC4, pin 1) via the AF filter circuit (IC3b, pins 6, 7). The output signals from pin 2, 3 are passed through the low-pass filter (IC3d, pins 13, 14), and are then applied to the analog swtich (IC4, pin 9, 10) again. The signals from the IC4, pin 11 are applied to the AF power amplifier (IC5, pin 4) after passing through the D/A convertor (IC10, pins 12, 11).
1ST MIXER AND 1ST IF CIRCUITS
The 1st mixer circuit converts the received signal to a fixed frequency of the 1st IF signal with a PLL output frequency. By changing the PLL frequency, only the desired frequency will pass through two crystal filters at the next stage of the 1st mixer. The signals from the RF circuit are mixed at the 1st mixer (Q13) with a 1st LO signal coming from the VCO circuit to produce a 21.70 MHz 1st IF signal.
2ND IF AND DEMODULATOR CIRCUITS
C122 R87 RR86 CNoise detector Limiter amp. 5
2nd IF filter 450 kHz FINoise comp. Mixer 2 LPF 16
PLL IC IC1 1
Active filter "SQLIN" signal from the D/A convertor (IC10, pin 23) FM detector 9 AF signal "DET" R83 C112 C113
X1 21.25 MHz
10 CR82 R5 X3 R1st IF from the IF amplifier (Q14) "NOIS" signal to the CPU pin 19 "SD" signal to the CPU pin 98
The AF signals are applied to the AF power amplifier circuit (IC5, pin 4) to obtain the specified audio level. The amplified AF signals, output from pin 10, are applied to the internal speaker (SP1) via the speaker jack (CHASSIS unit; J3) when no plug is connected to the jack.
The audio signals (SHIFT) change the reactance of D37 to modulate an oscillated signal at the VCO (Q50, D38). The oscillated signal is amplified at the LO (Q6) and buffer (Q4) amplifiers, then applied to the TX/RX switch circuit (D3, D4).
DRIVE/POWER AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS
A squelch circuit cuts out AF signals when no RF signals are received. By detecting noise components in the AF signals, the squelch switches the analog swtich. A portion of the AF signals from the FM IF IC (IC2, pin 9) are applied to the active filter section (IC2, pin 8) where noise components are amplified and detected with an internal noise detector. The trigger circuit converts the detected signals to a HIGH or LOW signal and applies this (from pin 13) to the CPU (IC8, pin 19) as the NOIS signal. When the CPU receives a HIGH level NOIS signal, the CPU controls the RMUT line to cut the AF signals at the analog swtich IC (IC4). At the same time, the AFON line controls the AF regulator circuit (Q15, Q16) to cut out the VCC power source for the AF power amplifier (IC5).
The signal from the VCO circuit passes through the TX/RX swtiching circuit (D3) and is amplified at the pre-drive (Q3), drive (Q2) and power (Q1) amplifiers to obtain 5.5 W of RF power (at 7.2 V DC/typical). The amplified signal passes through the low-pass filter (L4, C278, C287), and then applied to the antenna swtiching circuit (D1). The signal is applied to the antenna connector (J1) after being passed through the low-pass filter (L1, L2, C1C5). The bias current of the drive (Q2) and power (Q1) amplifiers is controlled by the APC circuit to stabilize the output power.
The APC (Automatic Power Control) circuit (IC3a, Q37) protects drive and power amplifiers from excessive currents and selects HIGH or LOW output power. The output voltage from the power detector circuit (D32, D33) is applied to the differential amplifier (IC3a, pin 2), and the T3 signal from the D/A convertor (IC10, pin 10) is applied to the other input for reference. When the driving current increases, the input voltage of the differential amplifier (IC3a, pin 2) will be increased. In such cases, the differential amplifier output voltage (pin 1) is decreased to reduce the drive current. Q37 is controlled by the TXC signal from the CPU (IC8, pin 55) to select HIGH or LOW output power.
MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT
The microphone amplifier circuit amplifies audio signals with +6 dB/octave pre-emphasis from the microphone to a level needed for the modulation circuit. The AF signals from the microphone are applied to the microphone amplifier circuit (IC3c, pin 10). The amplified AF signals are passed through the low-pass filter circuit (IC3d, pins 13, 14) via the analog swtich (IC4, pins 4, 3). The filtered AF signals are applied to the modulator circuit after passing through the analog swtich (IC4, pins 8, 9).
The modulation circuit modulates the VCO oscillating signal (RF signal) using the microphone audio signals.
TONE SQUELCH CIRCUIT
A portion of the detected audio signals from the DET line are passed through the tone filter (Q53). The filtered signal is then applied to the CPU (IC1, pin 94) via the CTCIN signal, and is compared with the programmed tone signal. The CPU (IC1) outputs control signals as CTCC signal to the AF mute and AF regulator circuits to open the squelch when a matched tone signal is received. The programmed subaudible tone signal is output from the CPU (IC1, pin 91) directly when transmitting with a tone.
Q51, D37 R5 VCO SHIFT Q50, D38 VCO circuit Q6 LO amp. Q4 Buffer D4 D3 to transmitter circuit to 1st mixer circuit Q5 Buffer
"DEV" signal from the D/A convertor (IC10, pin 22) when transmitting Loop filter 9 21.25 MHz signal to the FM IF IC 16 Phase detector
PLCK SO PLST
Programmable divider 1 X1 21.25 MHz
4-6 PORT ALLOCATIONS
4-6-1 CPU (IC8)
Pin Port number name 11 DICK RESET CSIFT Description Input port for the clock signal from the [DIAL] (S801). Input port for reset signal. Outputs reference oscillator for the CPU control signal. Outputs serial clock signal to the PLL IC (IC1, pin 2), D/A convertor IC (IC10, pin 7) and optional unit. Outputs serial signals to the PLL IC (IC1, pin 3), D/A convertor IC (IC10, pin 8) and optional unit. Input port for the cloning signal. Outputs the cloning signal. Input port for noise signals (pulse type). Input port for the power switch. Low : While POWER switch pushed. is 62 PSVCO 61 LIGT ESCK ESDA DAST PLST Pin Port number name 56 AFON Description Outputs control signal for the regulator circuit of AF power amplifier. High : When squelch is open, etc. Outputs LCD backlight control signal. High : Lights ON. Outputs EEPROM (IC7, pin 6) clock signal. I/O port for the data signals from/to the EEPROM (IC7, pin 5). I/O port for strobe signals from/to the D/A convertor IC (IC10, pin 6). Outputs strobe signals to the PLL IC (IC1, pin 4). Outputs VCO5 regulator (Q11) control signal. Low : While power is ON. Outputs PS5 regulator (Q54) control signal. Low : While power is ON. Output LCD driver signals. Outputs CTCSS and DTCS tone signal. Outputs DTMF, BEEP and 1750 Hz tone signal. Input port for CTCSS and DTCS decoded signals. Input port for the [PTT] switch. High : While [PTT] switch is pushed. Input port for the UP/DOWN signal from the [DIAL] (S801). Input port for the remote signals from an optional microphone (HM-75A) via the [MIC] jack. Input port for the RSSI detection. Input port for the PLL lock voltage. Input port for the transceivers internal tempareture detection.
SO CLIN CLOUT NOIS
S1 OPV1 OPV3 CONT V3V1 COM4 COM1 KR3 KR0 UNLK
PS5C SEG1 SEG23 CTCC TONE CTCIN PTT DIUD
I/O ports for optional unit detection signals from/to J5. Outputs LCD contrast control signal. Input port for the bias signals for the LCD. Outputs LCD common signals. Input port for initial matrix. Low : While keys are pushing. Input port for PLL unlock signal from the PLL IC (IC1, pin 14). Low : During lock. Outputs RX mute control signal. Input port for the RX mute signal from the optional unit. Outputs TX mute control signal. Input port for the TX mute signal from the optional unit. Outputs low-pass filter cut-off frequency control signal when DTCS is activated. Outputs SW5 regulator (Q55, Q57, Q39) control signal. Low : While power is ON. Outputs R5 regulator (Q21) control signal. Low : While receiving. Outputs T5 regulator (Q22) control signal. Low : While transmitting. Outputs APC circuit (Q37, IC3) control signal. High : While transmitting.
REMO SD LVIN TEMP
4-6-2 D/A CONVERTOR IC (IC10)
Pin Port number name 2, 3 T1, T2 Description Output tunable bandpass filter control signals. Outputs tunable bandpass filter control signal while receiving. Outputs TX power control signal while transmitting.
VOLOUT Outputs AF volume control signal. DTC FC DEV SQLIN Outputs DTCSs gradient control signal. Outputs reference frequency control signal to X1. Outputs transmit devetion control signal. Outputs squelch control signal.
SECTION 5 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
s REQUIRED TEST EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT DC power supply GRADE AND RANGE Output voltage Current capacity : 7.2 V DC : 5 A or more EQUIPMENT Digital multimeter GRADE AND RANGE Input impedance : 10 M/V DC or better
DC POWER CABLE CONNECTION
+ DC POWER SUPPLY
Soldering DC cable here
5-2 PLL ADJUSTMENT
MEASUREMENT ADJUSTMENT PLL LOCK VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT CONDITIONS UNIT 1 Operating frequency : 145.000 MHz Receiving LOCATION 2.7 V MAIN Connect a digital multi meter to check point LV. VALUE UNIT ADJUST MAIN L33 ADJUSTMENT
PLL lock voltage adjustment
PLL lock voltage check point
SECTION 6 PARTS LIST
IC1 IC2 IC3 IC4 IC5 IC7 IC8 IC10 IC11 IC12
S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC LV2105V-TLM TA31136FN (D,EL) NJM12902V-TE1 BU4066BCFV-E1 TA7368F (TP1) BR24C16FV-E2 HD6433876B49H M62363FP-650C S-80942ANMP-DD6-T2 S-81350HG-KD-T1
X1 X2 X3
6050010800 S.XTAL CR-659 (21.25 MHz) 6050010870 S.XTAL CR-663 (9.200 MHz) 6070000210 S.DISCRIMINATOR CDBCA450CX24
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q11 Q12 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q21 Q22 Q25 Q31 Q34 Q37 Q38 Q43 Q50 Q51 Q53 Q54 Q55 Q56 Q57 Q58 Q59
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(82 k) (2.2 k) (2.2 k) (22 ) (220 ) (33 ) (3.3 k) (3.3 k) (33 ) (4.7 k) (100 ) (15 ) (1 k) (39 k) (330 ) (180 k) (1 k) (68 k) (680 ) (4.7 k) (390 ) (330 ) (100 ) (100 ) (10 k) (10 k) (47 k) (470 k) (100 k) (10 k) (180 k) (100 k) (100 k) (120 ) (47 ) (100 k) (100 k) (100 k) (100 k) (4.7 k) (100 ) (100 k) (10 k) (220 ) (100 ) (1 k) (82 k)
R81 R82 R83 R84 R85 R86 R87 R88 R93 R94 R95 R97 R98 R99 R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R107 R108 R112 R113 R114 R115 R117 R120 R121 R122 R123 R126 R127 R128 R130 R131 R132 R136 R137 R139 R141 R144 R145 R148 R150 R155 R159 R160 R161 R162 R163 R164 R169 R170 R174 R176 R177 R178 R181 R182 R184 R185 R186 R187 R193 R194 R195 R196 R204 R205 R210 R222 R224 R225 R226 R227 R228 R232 R235 R236 R237
S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.THERMISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.ARRAY S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.ARRAY S.ARRAY ERJ3GEYJ 471 V (470 ) ERJ3GEYJ 182 V (1.8 k) ERJ3GEYJ 471 V (470 ) ERJ3GEYJ 391 V (390 ) ERJ3GEYJ 152 V (1.5 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 222 V (2.2 k) ERJ3GEYJ 333 V (33 k) ERJ3GEYJ 273 V (27 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 155 V (1.5 M) ERJ3GEYJ 224 V (220 k) ERJ3GEYJ 334 V (330 k) ERJ3GEYJ 124 V (120 k) ERJ3GEYJ 183 V (18 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 100 V (10 ) ERJ3GEYJ 123 V (12 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 471 V (470 ) ERJ3GEYJ 154 V (150 k) ERJ3GEYJ 154 V (150 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 683 V (68 k) ERJ3GEYJ 183 V (18 k) ERJ3GEYJ 124 V (120 k) ERJ3GEYJ 152 V (1.5 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 272 V (2.7 k) ERJ3GEYJ 682 V (6.8 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 330 V (33 ) ERJ3GEYJ 100 V (10 ) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 471 V (470 ) ERJ3GEYJ 471 V (470 ) ERJ3GEYJ 101 V (100 ) ERJ3GEYJ 101 V (100 ) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 472 V (4.7 k) ERJ3GEYJ 223 V (22 k) ERJ3GEYJ 474 V (470 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 471 V (470 ) ERJ3GEYJ 101 V (100 ) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 151 V (150 ) ERJ3GEYJ 223 V (22 k) ERJ3GEYJ 223 V (22 k) ERJ3GEYJ 222 V (2.2 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 393 V (39 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 153 V (15 k) ERJ3GEYJ 392 V (3.9 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 393 V (39 k) ERJ3GEYF 104 V (100 k) NTCCM20124AG473J-T ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 563 V (56 k) ERJ3GEYJ 563 V (56 k) ERJ3GEYJ 563 V (56 k) ERJ3GEYJ 823 V (82 k) ERJ3GEYJ 332 V (3.3 k) ERJ3GEYJ 152 V (1.5 k) ERJ3GEYJ 392 V (3.9 k) ERJ3GEYJ 183 V (18 k) ERJ3GEYJ 124 V (120 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) EXB-V8V 102JV ERJ3GEYJ 123 V (12 k) ERJ3GEYJ 153 V (15 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 225 V (2.2 M) EXB-V8V 102JV EXB-V8V 102JV
R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R243 R244 R245 R246 R251 R252 R257 R259 R260 R261 R262 R264 R266 R300 R301 R302 R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R309 R310 R311 R313 R314 R315 R316 R318 R319 R320 R321 R323 R324 R325 R326 R327 R328 R329 R330 R331 R332 R333 R334 R335 R336 R337 R340 R341 R346 R348 R349 R350 R351 R352 R353 R354 R355 R356 R357 R358 R359 R360 R361 R362
7030003560 S.ARRAY S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR
EXB-V8V 102JV ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 334 V (330 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 1R0 V (1 ) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 681 V (680 ) ERJ3GEYJ 683 V (68 k) ERJ3GEYJ 153 V (15 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 681 V (680 ) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 101 V (100 ) ERJ3GEYJ 331 V (330 ) ERJ3GEYJ 391 V (390 ) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 822 V (8.2 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 472 V (4.7 k) ERJ3GEYJ 822 V (8.2 k) ERJ3GEYJ 472 V (4.7 k) ERJ3GEYJ 683 V (68 k) ERJ3GEYJ 683 V (68 k) ERJ3GEYJ 153 V (15 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 122 V (1.2 k) ERJ3GEYJ 683 V (68 k) ERJ3GEYJ 683 V (68 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 472 V (4.7 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 185 V (1.8 M) ERJ3GEYJ 223 V (22 k) ERJ3GEYJ 333 V (33 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) [USA] only ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 820 V (82 ) ERJ3GEYJ 274 V (270 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 222 V (2.2 k) ERJ3GEYJ 224 V (220 k) ERJ3GEYJ 101 V (100 ) ERJ3GEYJ 333 V (33 k) ERJ3GEYJ 333 V (33 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 272 V (2.7 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k)
C361 C363 C364 C365 C367 C368 C369 C370 C372 C373 C374 C375 C376 C377 C378 C379 C380 C381 C385 C386 C387 C388 C389 C390 C391 C392 C393 C394 C395 C396 C397 C398 C399 C400
S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.TANTALUM S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.ELECTROLYTIC S.TANTALUM S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.TANTALUM S.TANTALUM S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.TANTALUM S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC
C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A C1608 CH 1H 270J-T-A C1608 CH 1H R75B-T-A C1608 CH 1H 0R5B-T-A C1608 CH 1H 0R5B-T-A C1608 JB 1C 333K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 182K-T-A C1608 JB 1C 223K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 682K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 222K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A TEMSVB2 1A 226M-8L C1608 JB 1C 104KT-N C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A ECEV0JA220SR TEMSVA 1A 106M-8L C1608 JB 1C 104KT-N C1608 CH 1H 220J-T-A C1608 CH 1H 470J-T-A C1608 CH 1H 220J-T-A C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A C1608 CH 1H 270J-T-A C1608 CH 1H 220J-T-A TEMSVA 1A 106M-8L TEMSVB2 1A 336M-8R C1608 JB 1C 104KT-N C1608 CH 1H 180J-T-A C1608 CH 1H 330J-T-A C1608 CH 1H 040C-T-A TEMSVA 1A 475M-8L C1608 JB 1H 332K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 222K-T-A
J2 J3 J5 J6
CONNECTOR CONNECTOR S.CONNECTOR S.CONNECTOR
HSJ1122-010010 HSJ1456-01-220 AXN330C038P BM02B-ASRS-TF
DS1 DS2 DS3
5030002000 LCD 5010000160 S.LED 5010000160 S.LED
TTR5515 UPFDHW LNJ310M6URA LNJ310M6URA
S1 S2 S3 S801
S.SWITCH S.SWITCH S.SWITCH ENCODER
JPM1990-2711R JPM1990-2711R JPM1990-2711R TP70N00E20-15F-1903
W7 W8 W9 W11 W12 W13
S.JUMPER S.JUMPER S.JUMPER S.JUMPER S.JUMPER S.JUMPER
ERJ3GE ERJ3GE ERJ3GE ERJ3GE ERJ3GE ERJ3GE
JPW JPW JPW JPW JPW JPW
V V V V V V
EP1 EP2 EP3 EP4 EP5
PCB LCD CONTACT S.BEAD S.BEAD S.BEAD
B 5649B SRCN-2251-SP-N-W MMZ1608Y 102BT MMZ1608Y 102BT MMZ1608Y 102BT
REF. NO. ODER NO. J1 MP1 MP2 MP3 MP4 MP5 MP7 MP8 MP9 MP10 MP13 MP14 MP15 MP20 MP21 MP22 MP23 MP24 MP25 MP27 MP31 MP32 MP33 MP37 MP39 MP41 SP1
DESCRIPTION QTY. 1 REF. NO. ODER NO. EP1 EP2 MP1 MP2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 3310002840 Antenna FA-B2E 0880000840 Battery BP-1922 Belt clip OPT sheet
6510022460 Ant connector- BNC-R2251 T-front panel (B)-terminal holder 2251 chassis 2251 rear panel 2251 release button 2251 window plate 2251 jack rubber 2251 jack panel Knob N-10key 2251 minus terminal 2251 plus terminal 1922 mic sheet 2251 mic sponge 2251 opt sheet 1903 hex nut 2251 window sheet Spring Ant connector-101 Screw BT M2 x 4 NI-ZU Screw BT M2 x 6 ZK Screw M2 x 4 ZK 2251 jack cap 2251 ANT rug 2422 shield plate
2510001120 Speaker SDRS-3650P-008
REF. NO. ODER NO. DS1 EP2 MP1 MP2 MP3 MP4 MP5 DESCRIPTION QTY. LCD TTR-LCD contact SRCN-2251-SP-N-W VCO case-VCO cover-LCD holder-reflector 2468 PA heatsink
BT: Self-tapping NI-ZU: Nickel-Zinc ZK: Black
MP39 (C) MP32 (C)
MP32 (C) MP23 (C) MP3 (C) MP2 (C) MP5 (C) MP5 (M) MP31 (C) MP14 (C) MP31 (C) MP15 (C) MP4 (C) MP25 (C)
MP8 (C) MP31 (C) MP41 (C) MP37 (C) MP2 (M) MP33 (C) MP9 (C)
MP1 (M) MP32 (C)
MP22 (C) MP32 (C)
MP10 (C) MP27 (C) SP1 (C)
MP4 (M) EP2 (M) DS1 (M) MP3 (M) MP21 (C) MP20 (C) MP31 (C)
MP24 (C) MP7 (C) MP13 (C)
UNIT abbreviation (C): CHASSIS PARTS, (M): MAIN UNIT
SEMI-CONDUCTOR INFORMATION PARTS LIST
8 - 2 DIODES
NAME SYMBOL INSIDE VIEW
8 - 1 TRANSISTORS AND FETS
2SC4116 GR 2SC2SC5085 Y
LG JT MCY
MA2S077 DTC144TU 06
S A 2A
C2 E2 C1
B1 E B2
C2 B1 E1
E2 B2 C1
B2 E2 E1 1
4 C2 B1 C1 6
9 - 1 MAIN UNIT
The combination of this page and the next page shows the unit layout in the same configuration as the actual P.C. Board.
BATT S801 ENCODER DN E UP
EP5 MIC OPT
J2 EXT. MIC
J3 EXT. SPEAKER
The combination of this page and the previous page shows the unit layout in the same configuration as the actual P.C. Board.
DN E UP
GND PTTIN 5V PTTOUT MICOUT MICIN DISCIN SICO AFOUT OPT1 OPT2 REM OPT3 CCS GND CIRQ OPV3 SO OPV2 SI OPV1 SCK OPTIONAL UNIT J5
10-1 PARTS LIST
REF. NO. ODER NO. R1 R2 J1 DS1 EP1 MP1 MPRESISTOR 7010007100 RESISTOR 6510021470 CONNECTOR 5040001390 LED 0910053820 PCB TERMINAL TERMINAL
BC-146 OPTIONAL DESKTOP CHARGER INFORMATION
10-2 DISASSEMBLY INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION ERG3SJ680H PSD1/4V 1 k HEC0470-01-230 TLG124A B 5650
QTY. 1 MP5 A MP4 A
REF. NO. ODER NO. MP1 MP2 MP3 MP4 MP5 MP8810008660 DESCRIPTION 2447 case (A) 2447 cover Leg cushion (A) 2480 spacer 2480 BC-spacer Screw B0 M 3 x 8 NI-ZU (BT) QTY. MP1 B MP2 B
Screw abbreviations B0, BT:Self-tapping NI-ZU :Nickel-Zinc
MP3 A MP6 A MP3 A
NOTE: A :CHASSIS UNIT B :CHARGE UNIT
10 - 1
10-3 VOLTAGE DIAGRAM
C : 13.8V N : 13.8V
C : 7.2V N : 13.8V
C : 9.2V N : 13.8V
10-4 BOARD LAYOUT
HD1 J1 R2
MP1 DS1 MP2 R1
10 - 2
X1: CR-659 21.250 MHz R5
Q51: DTC144EU D37: MA2S077 VCO SHIFT
ANT VCO5 VCO5 D3: MA77 D4: MA77 TX/RX SW T5 VCC VCC D1: MA77 D2: MA77 D8: MA77 LPF ANT SW LPF
J5 REF. OSC
MIC, AF, PTT FRQCON D7: HVC376B IC1: LV2105V PLL IC LOOP FIL
D38: HVU350B Q50: UMX5 VCO
Q6: 2SC4406 LO AMP
Q4: 2SC4406 BUFF
Q3: 2SC5085 PRE DRIVE
Q2:2SK3475 DRIVE AMP
Q1:2SK3476 PWR AMP
REF. ADJ. DEV Q5: 2SC4406 FC VCO5 PS5 BUFF 21.250 MHz FC DTC LPF Q58: XP4601 SW5V LOOP SW Q34: 2SK1069 DC AMP LVIN TXC LPF Q37 : DTA144EU IC3A: NJM12902 APC CTRL PWR DET LIMIT D32: RB706F D33: RB706F D50: MA728
S801 UP E DN TP70N00E2015 DICK DIUD
Q17: UN911F PTT CONT
D PTT SELECT PTT
X3: CDBCA450CX24 R5 SQLIN FI1: FL-298 FI3: FL-298 MIX, NOISE AMP IF AMP, FM DET S DET, OSC SQL SW, AF FIL IF AMP IC2: TA31136FN Q14: 2SC4406 NOIS SD 21.700 MHz T2, T3 T1 T3 BPF Q13: 3SK274 SW5V IC10 (13) M62363FP R5 D11: HVU350B D12: HVU350B BPF Q12: 3SK274 RF AMP D9 : HVU350B BPF
IC10 (5, 6, 7, 8) M62363FP
MC1: KUC3523 MIC
CERAMIC BPF NOIS FI2: SFPC450E 450 kHz DET F IC3B:NJM12902 HPF AF1 SD
Q53: XP4601 TONE FIL
MIC JACK J2: HSJ1122 VCC
SW5V MOD3 Q43: DTC144EU Q16: XP6501 Q15: 2SB1132 AF REG C IC3C: NJM12902 IC3D: NJM12902 AF2 /MOD2 CSHIFT LPF
MIC AMP MOD1
IC5: TA7368F AF AMP
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Unit 9, Sea St., Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 8LD, U.K. Phone : +44 (01227) 741741 Fax : +44 (01227) 741742 URL : http://www.icomuk.co.uk E-mail : email@example.com
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