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DUP appears during minus duplex operation, DUP appears during plus duplex operation and no indicator appears during simplex operation.
Push this key for 2 sec. to write the displayed frequency and information into the selected memory channel (or VFO, call channel). (p. 22) Push then push and hold this key while in memory select mode to erase the contents of the selected memory channel. (p. 25) !8 CALL MODE KEY [CALL (LOCK)] Push this key to select the call channel. (p. 12) LOCK CALL Push this key for 2 sec. to toggle the lock function ON and OFF. (p. 15)
appears while the lock function is activated. [POWER], [VOL], [SQL], [PTT], [L/G] and [H/L] can still be accessed while the lock function is ON.
While pushing [PTT], this key sends a DTMF B. !6 OUTPUT POWER/SET MODE KEY [H/L (SET) (J)] Push this key to toggle between high and low outSET J A H/L put power. (p. 17) Push this key for 2 sec. to enter set mode. (p. 41) Enters initial set mode when pushed at power ON. (p. 41) While pushing [PTT], this key sends a DTMF A.
While pushing [PTT], push this key for 1 to 2 sec. to transmit a 1750 Hz tone burst for repeater access. (Eur., U.K. and Italy versions only; p. 19) !9 BATTERY PACK RELEASE (p. 10) Push to open the latch for battery pack removal. @0 SPEAKER/MICROPHONE
@1 TX/RX INDICATOR [TX/RX] (p. 17) Lights green while receiving a signal or when the squelch is open; lights red while transmitting; lights orange during crossband full duplex operation. @2 VOLUME CONTROLS [VOL] (p. 17) Rotate [VOL] to adjust the audio level. @3 TUNING DIALS [DIAL] Rotate [DIAL] to set operating frequencies, memory channels, set mode contents, etc. (p. 15) While pushing [SQL], this dial sets the squelch level. (p. 17) While pushing [BAND], this dial sets the operating band. (p. 13) @4 EXTERNAL SPEAKER AND MICROPHONE JACKS [SP/MIC] Connect an optional speaker-microphone or headset, if desired. The internal microphone and speaker will not function when either is connected. (See p. 43 for a list of available options.) D External connection
Remote [SP] Audio out (8 )
MIC 3.5 V PTT
Audio input (2 k)
The above connection does not apply when a condensor microphone is connected.
@5 EXTERNAL DC POWER JACK [DC13.5V] Allows operation with a 13.5 V DC power source using the optional cables, CP-12/L or OPC-254/L.
CAUTION: Operation with an external DC power
source simultaneously charges batteries inside the battery case or the battery pack. When using dry cell batteries this may cause battery leakage and damage the transceiver; when using a Ni-Cd battery pack this may cause battery overcharging and shorten the life of the battery pack.
BC-119 + AD-75 (optional)
s Battery case
D Operation with an optional cable
Connect an optional charger or cable to the transceiver as illustrated below. Be careful of battery overcharging as the connected battery is charged simultaneously. CAUTION: Remove dry cell batteries from the BP-170 BATTERY CASE when using the [DC13.5V] jack.
When using a battery case attached to the transceiver, install 4 AA(R6) size alkaline batteries as illustrated below.
Remove the case from the transceiver.
Open the case. CP-12 (optional)
To a 12 V cigarette lighter socket OPC-254 (optional) white + black _ To a 4.5 to 16 V DC power source
Install 4 AA(R6) size dry cell batteries into the battery case.
s Accessory attachment
Insert the supplied antenna into the antenna connector and rotate the antenna as shown in the diagram below. Keep the jack cover attached when jacks are not in use to avoid bad contacts.
D Belt clip
Remove screws, then attach the belt clip using the same screws. Conveniently attaches to your belt.
Attach the handstrap as shown in the diagram below. Facilitates carrying.
Transmitting without the antenna may damage the transceiver.
FREQUENCY AND CHANNEL SETTING
s VFO and memory/call channels
This transceiver has 2 normal operating modes: VFO mode and memory mode.
Push for 2 sec.
s Power ON
q Charge the battery pack or install alkaline batteries into the battery case. (pgs. 9, 10) w Push and hold [POWER] for 2 sec. to turn power ON.
Remaining battery voltage is displayed for 2 sec. (p. 34)
VFO mode is used for setting a desired frequency within the band range. MAIN Push [VFO] to select VFO mode.
for 2 sec.
after 2 sec.
The display shows the approx. voltage in 0.5 V steps. When the battery voltage is lower than 4.5 V, LOW V appears. Charge the battery pack or place new dry cells in the battery case in this case. If OVER V appears, UNPLUG the external DC plug immediately. Connected voltage is over 16 V and could damage the transceiver.
Memory (call) mode is used for operation of memory (call) channels which have programmed frequencies. Push [MR] to select memory MAIN mode.
To program a memory, refer to p. 22. M (or a memory name) appears.
Push [CALL] to select a call channel.
What is VFO? VFO is an abbreviation of Variable Frequency Oscillator. Frequencies for transmitting and receiving are generated and controlled by the VFO.
C, VHF CALL or UHF CALL appears.
s Main band selection
This transceiver can receive 2 band signals simultaneously. To change frequency or to activate a function, you must designate a band, VHF or UHF, as the main band. All switches affect the designated main band only.
Q appears above the main band.
s Operating band selection
The VHF display can also receive UHF, avionics and VHF weather channels.*2 The UHF display can also receive VHF band signals. Using this capability, the transceiver can receive 2 frequencies simultaneously on either the VHF or UHF band. In addition, a display can be turned OFF to use the transceiver as a mono band transceiver. q Select the desired band with [MAIN]. w Push [BAND] several times to select the desired band.
- - - - - appears when the display is OFF. Rotating [DIAL] while pushing [BAND] also selects the display.
NOTE: VHF and UHF memory channels are called up from the respective operating band, regardless of left/right displays. 5 kHz tuning steps cannot be selected in the VHF display when both displays are set for the UHF band. The sub band is muted when crossband full duplex is deactivated and the main band is transmitting. The sub band is muted under the following conditions even when crossband full duplex is activated:
- Both displays show the same band. - Sub band is the avionics band and main band is VHF transmission. - Sub band is a weather channel and main band is UHF transmission.
D Exchanging the displays
VHF and UHF displays can be exchanged at power ON if desired. The right and left displays are used for VHF and UHF, respectively, by default.
q Turn power ON while pushing [(BAND)CHNG] to enter band arrangement condition. w Rotate [DIAL] to select the displays. e Push [VFO] to program the display selection. r Turn power OFF to exit band arrangement condition. 13
*1 U.S.A. and Asia versions only *2 U.S.A. version only
s Frequency or channel selection via the keypad
q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select VFO mode with [VFO]. e Push 6 digit keys to input a frequency.
Push  to input the frequency starting from the 100 kHz digit. When a digit is mistakenly input, push [(VFO)CLR] and input from the beginning. 0, 2, 5 and 7 are acceptable for the 1 kHz digits (depending on the 10 kHz digit). Any frequency in the receive frequency range can be selected, regardless of the operating band.
D Memory channels
q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select memory mode with [MR]. e Push 2 digit keys to select the desired memory channel.
The rst ten memory channels (0009) are preceded by a 0. To select scan edge channels, 1A to 5B, use [(M)(DTMFM)] for A and [#(T SCAN)] for B. Only programmed memory channels can be selected.
[EXAMPLE]: Setting the frequency to 145.360 MHz.
Decimal point appears.
[EXAMPLE]: Selecting memory channel 43 (when channel 43 is already programmed).
s Using the tuning dial
q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select VFO mode with [VFO]. e Rotate the main bands [DIAL] to change the frequency.
The frequency changes according to the preset tuning steps. See the next page for setting tuning steps. Push [(VFO)MHz] for 2 sec. then rotate [DIAL] to change the frequency in 1 MHz steps. Push [VFO] again to return to regular tuning steps.
s Lock function
The lock function prevents accidental frequency changes and accidental function access. Push [(CALL)LOCK] for 2 sec. to toggle the lock function ON and OFF.
Appears when the lock function is in use.
[DIAL] changes the frequency according to the selected tuning step.
After pushing [(VFO)MHz] for 2 sec., [DIAL] changes the frequency in 1 MHz steps.
q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select memory mode with [MR]. e Rotate the main bands [DIAL] to change the indicated memory channel.
Only programmed memory channels can be selected.
s Setting tuning dial increments
D Tuning step selection
D Using 1 MHz tuning step
This transceiver has a 1 MHz tuning step for quick frequency setting. q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select VFO mode with [VFO]. e Push [(VFO)MHz] for 2 sec. to select the 1 MHz tuning step.
The digits below 100 kHz disappear.
Tuning steps can be selected for each band. This transceiver has 8 tuning steps as follows: 5 kHz* 10 kHz 12.5 kHz 15 kHz 20 kHz 25 kHz 30 kHz 50 kHz
* 5 kHz cannot be selected in the VHF display when both displays are set for the UHF band.
q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select VFO mode with [VFO]. e Push [(H/L)SET] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. r Push [(H/L)(SET)J] or [(TONE)K] several times until TS appears.
Previously selected tuning step appears.
r Rotate the main bands [DIAL] to change the frequency in 1 MHz steps. t Push [(VFO)CLR] to cancel the 1 MHz tuning step and to return to the previous tuning step.
12.5 kHz tuning step (VHF)
t Rotate the main bands [DIAL] to select the desired tuning step. y Push [(VFO)CLR] to set the selected tuning step.
100 kHz digit and below disappear. 25 kHz tuning step (UHF)
NOTE: Both displays have independent tuning steps according to the operating band. (e.g. VHF band in left display: 5 kHz step; VHF band in right display: 12.5 kHz step) 16
s Receive and transmit
CAUTION: Transmitting without an antenna may damage the transceiver. q Push [POWER] for 2 sec. to turn power ON. w Adjust the [VOL] control to the desired level.
While pushing [SQL], rotate the main bands [VOL].
y Push and hold [PTT] to transmit; then speak into the mic.
Do not hold the microphone too close to your mouth or speak too loudly. This may distort the signal. The TX/RX indicator lights red. The S/RF indicator shows the output power selection. The sub band can receive while transmitting on the main band, depending on the set mode setting. (See the next page.)
e Set the squelch level.
While pushing [SQL], rotate the main bands [DIAL]. The rst click of [DIAL] indicates the current squelch level. SQ1 is loose squelch and SQ8 is tight squelch. AT is automatic level adjustment with a noise pulse count system.
u Release [PTT] to return to receive.
Automatic squelch is selected.
r Set an operating frequency. When a signal is received:
The TX/RX indicator lights green. Squelch opens and audio is emitted from the speaker. The receiving bands S/RF indicator shows the relative signal strength.
CONVENIENT Monitor function: Push and hold [SQL] to listen to weak signals without disturbing the squelch settings. Quick guide function: Push the desired key while pushing [L/G] for a quick description of the keys function. (p. 34)
Push any key to cancel the quick guide.
t Push [H/L] to toggle output power between high and low.
LOW appears when low output power is selected.
BASIC OPERATION D Crossband full duplex operation
The crossband full duplex function can be turned ON or OFF in initial set mode. When the function is OFF, the sub band audio is muted during transmission.
D Beep tones on/off
The conrmation beep tones, which sound each time a switch is pushed, can be turned ON or OFF, as desired.
Initial set mode
SETTING THE CONFIRMATION BEEP ON/OFF
SELECTING CROSSBAND FULL DUPLEX OR SEMI-DUPLEX
Confirmation beep is ON.
Confirmation beep is OFF.
Crossband full duplex is ON.
Crossband full duplex is OFF. (semi duplex)
q Turn power ON while pushing [(H/L)SET] to enter initial set mode. w Push [(H/L)(SET)J] or [(TONE)K] several times until BE appears as shown above. e Rotate [DIAL] to turn the conrmation beep ON or OFF. r Turn power OFF to exit initial set mode.
q Turn power ON while pushing [(H/L)SET] to enter initial set mode. w Push [(H/L)(SET)J] or [(TONE)K] several times until CB appears as shown above. e Rotate [DIAL] to select semi-duplex or full duplex. r Turn power OFF to exit initial set mode.
When using a repeater, the transmit frequency is shifted from the receive frequency by the offset frequency. (p. 20) It is convenient to program repeater information into memory channels. (p. 22) q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Set the receive frequency (repeater output frequency). e Push [(TONE)DUP] for 2 sec. once to select DUP or twice to select DUP.
DUP or DUP appears to indicate the transmit frequency for minus shift or plus shift, respectively. When the auto repeater function is in use (U.S.A. version only), this selection and step r are not necessary. (p. 21)
Some repeaters require DTMF tones or a 1750 Hz tone to be accessed. In this case, perform the following instead of step r at left with the required tone. DTMF TONES (IC-W32A only) While pushing [PTT], push the desired digit key(s) to transmit DTMF tones.
The transceiver has 4 DTMF memory channels. See p. 26 for details.
r Push [TONE] to activate the subaudible tone encoder, according to repeater requirements.
Refer to the next page for tone frequency settings.
1750 Hz TONE (Europe, Italy and U.K. versions only) While pushing [PTT], push and hold [CALL] for 1 to 2 sec. to transmit a 1750 Hz tone burst signal.
Pushing [PTT] 2 times quickly also transmits a 1750 Hz tone. Release [PTT] briey, then push [PTT] again to talk in this case.
t 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. 20)
s Memory clear
Unwanted memory channels can be cleared (erased). Before clearing a memory channel make sure it is no longer needed as cleared memories cannot be recalled. q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Push [S.MW] momentarily.
VFO or memory channel number ashes.
WEATHER CHANNELS (U.S.A. version only) There are 10 weather channels for MAIN monitoring weather channels from the NOAA (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration) broadcasts. Weather channels cannot be programmed into a memory channel. q Push [MAIN] to select VHF display as the main band. w Push [BAND] several times to select a weather channel. e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired channel.
e Select the memory channel to be cleared.
Scan edges 1A and 1B and call channel cannot be cleared.
r Push [S.MW] briey, then a second time for 2 sec.
3 beeps sound, then the frequency is cleared. Memory channel number ashes continuously. t Push [(VFO)CLR] to stop the ashing.
[EXAMPLE]: Clearing memory channel 5.
MAIN MAIN MAIN
momentarily, then a second time for 2 sec.
s Programming a DTMF code
The transceiver has 4 DTMF memory channels (d1 to d4) for storage of often-used DTMF codes of up to 16 digits. The memory channels are for common use on both bands. q Push [()DTMFM] for 2 sec. to enter DTMF memory mode. w Rotate either bands [DIAL] to select the desired channel. e Push [()DTMFM] for 2 sec. to enter DTMF programming mode.
--- -- appears. Programmed DTMF code is cleared in this way.
y Program DTMF memory name in a similar manner to memory channel names, if desired. Push [(MN)MNW] for 2 sec. to enter name writing mode. Enter the desired name via the keypad or [DIAL].
To erase a character, overwrite with a space using the [(0)Symbol] key. To move the cursor forwards or backwards, use the [(MN)] or [(#)] key.
Push [(VFO)CLR] to input the set name. u Push [(VFO)CLR] to exit DTMF memory mode.
r Push digit keys to enter the desired DTMF code.
The S/RF indicator shows the digit group. The indication increases from no indication, 3 digits and 7 digits. If a pause time (2 sec.) is required in the DTMF code, push [CALL] to input a pause code.
t Push [(VFO)CLR] to store them. [EXAMPLE]: Programming 21ABC3 into DTMF memory d3.
s Transmitting a DTMF code
D Using a DTMF memory channel
q Push [()DTMFM] for 2 sec. to enter DTMF memory mode. w Rotate either bands [DIAL] to select the desired channel. e Push [(VFO)CLR] again to exit DTMF memory mode. r While pushing [PTT], push [(MAIN)(SCAN)DTMF] to transmit the selected DTMF code. NOTE: Push [(MAIN)(SCAN)DTMF] while in DTMF memory mode to monitor a DTMF channel without transmitting it.
s DTMF transmission speed
When slow DTMF transmission speeds are required (as for some repeaters), the transceivers rate of DTMF transmission can be adjusted.
SETTING THE DTMF TRANSMISSION SPEED
Fastest (100 msec. intervals)
Slowest (500 msec. intervals)
q Turn power ON while pushing [(H/L)SET] to enter initial set mode. w Push [(H/L)(SET)J] or [(TONE)K] several times until DT appears as shown above. e Rotate [DIAL] to select the DTMF transmission speed. r Turn power OFF to exit initial set mode.
Each band has 3 scan types with skip functions and 4 resume conditions providing scanning versatility. Scans on both bands can be operated separately or simultaneously. Repeatedly scans all frequencies over the entire band. PROGRAMMED SCAN (p. 29)
Band edge Scan edges Band edge
s Scan types
FULL SCAN (p. 29)
Band edge Scan Jump Band edge
Repeatedly scans between two user-programmed frequencies. Used for checking for frequencies within a specified range such as repeater output frequencies, etc. 4 resume conditions are available: pause scan and 3 timer scans. When receiving a signal, pause scan pauses until the signal disappears; timer scans pause for 5, 10 or 15 sec.
MEMORY SKIP SCAN (p. 29)
Not yet programmed
Mch 1 Mch 0 Mch 99 Mch 6 Mch 5 Mch 2 Mch 3 Mch 4
Repeatedly scans memory channels except skip channels.
SCAN RESUME CONDITION (p. 30)
Receiving a signal Pause scan Timer scan Pausing 2 sec.
FREQUENCY SKIP FUNCTION (p. 31)
Band edge or scan edge Scan Skip Jump Skip Band edge or scan edge
Skips unwanted frequencies that inconveniently stop scanning. This function can be turned ON and OFF in scan set mode.
s Full/programmed scan
q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select VFO mode with [VFO]. e Make sure the squelch is set to the threshold point.
Select automatic squelch (AT) or a level (SQ1SQ8) where the noise is muted. (p. 17)
s Memory scan
q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Select memory mode with [MR]. e Make sure the squelch is set to the threshold point.
r Push [(MAIN)SCAN] for 2 sec. to start the programmed scan.
Decimal point ashes while scanning. P1 P5 ash to indicate which pair of scan edges is being scanned. To change the scanning direction, rotate [DIAL]. If the pocket beep function is activated, the transceiver automatically selects the tone squelch function when a scan starts.
r Push [(MAIN)SCAN] for 2 sec. to start the memory scan.
To change the scanning direction, rotate [DIAL]. If the pocket beep function is activated, the transceiver automatically selects the tone squelch function when a scan starts.
t To stop the scan, push [(VFO)CLR].
t Push   to select the desired scan range or push  to select full scan. y To stop the scan, push [(VFO)CLR]. For programmed scan, scan edges must be programmed in advance. Program scan edges in the same manner as regular memory channels. (p. 22) If the same frequencies are programmed into a pair of scan edges, a programmed scan edge appears, such as P1, but programmed scan does not proceed.
s Skip channel setting
Memory channels can be set to be skipped for memory skip scan. This is useful to speedup the memory skip scan interval.
s Scan resume condition
The resume condition can be selected as a pause or timer scan for each band (VHF VFO and memory channels, UHF VFO and memory channels, avionics* band).
Scan set mode
SETTING THE SCAN RESUME CONDITION
(Following displays show the 144 MHz band full/programmed scan)
Indicates the channel is set as a skip channel.
q Select the memory channel to be programmed as a skip channel: Push [MAIN] to select the desired band. Push [MR] to select memory mode. Rotate [DIAL] or push 2 digit keys to select the memory channel. w Push [(MR)SKIP] for 2 sec. to set the memory channel as a skip channel.
15 sec. timer for resume condition
Pauses until the signal disappears
q Turn power ON while pushing [(MAIN)SCAN] to enter scan set mode. w Push [(H/L)J] or [(TONE)K] several times to select the desired band to be set.
Avionics*/144/430(440) VFO, VHF/UHF memories are available.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired resume condition.
t-15: scan pauses for 15 sec. on a received signal. t-10: scan pauses for 10 sec. on a received signal. t-05: scan pauses for 5 sec. on a received signal. P-02: scan pauses on a received signal until it disappears.
e Repeat step w to cancel a skip channel.
r Turn power OFF to exit scan set mode. 30
* U.S.A. and Asia versions only.
s Frequency skip function
D Programming a skip frequency
Unwanted frequencies can be skipped and programmed as skip channels when full or programmed scan is pausing. q Turn ON the frequency skip function as described at right. w Start full scan or programmed scan. (p. 29) e While receiving an unwanted signal and scan pauses, push [(S.MW)MW] for 2 sec. to program the received frequency as a skip frequency.
Do not release [(S.MW)MW] before 2 sec., otherwise, scan stops and select memory mode is selected. The transceiver emits 3 beeps and the scan resumes. Non-programmed memory channels are used for skip frequency programming from channel 99 to 10 in reverse sequence. To scan the skip frequency after programming, cancel the skip information or clear the memory channel. (pgs. 25, 30)
D Frequency skip function ON/OFF
The frequency skip function can be turned OFF in set mode. In this case, the frequencies will not be skipped even if skip information is programmed and S will not blink during full scan or programmed scan.
SETTING THE FREQUENCY SKIP FUNCTION ON/OFF
The frequency skip function is ON.
The frequency skip function is OFF.
NOTE: When the frequency skip function is turned OFF, the paused frequency is overwritten on the preselected memory channel.
q Turn power ON while pushing [(MAIN)SCAN] to enter scan set mode. w Push [(H/L)J] or [(TONE)K] several times until SKIP SC appears as shown above. e Rotate [DIAL] to turn the frequency skip function ON or OFF. r Turn power OFF to exit scan set mode. 31
SUBAUDIBLE TONE OPERATION
s Tone squelch operation
The tone squelch opens only when receiving a signal containing a matching subaudible tone. You can silently wait for calls from group members using the same tone. q Assign the main band to the desired display with [MAIN]. w Set the operating frequency. e Set the desired CTCSS tone in set mode.
No power comes on.
pgs. 9, 10
The battery is exhausted. (A slight current ows in the circuits even when the power is OFF). Poor plug connection to the external DC power cable.
Charge the battery pack or place new dry cell batteries in the battery case. (Remove the battery pack if you will not be using the transceiver for a long time.) Check the connector or remove and replace the cable. Set squelch to automatic (AT). Set the desired bands [VOL] to a suitable level. Charge the battery pack or place new dry cell batteries in the battery case. Set an amateur frequency. Set to simplex. Push [H/L] to select high power. Push [VFO] to select VFO mode. Push [BAND] to select an amateur band or avionics band. Push [(CALL)LOCK] for 2 sec. to cancel the function. Set squelch to automatic (AT) or the squelch closed point (SQ1 or more). Push [BAND] to select an amateur band, memory channel or avionics band.
p. 17 p. 17 pgs. 9, 10 p. 13 p. 19 p. 17 p. 12 p. 13 p. 15 p. 17 p. 13
No sound comes from the speaker. Transmitting is impossible.
Squelch level is too deep. (e.g. SQ8) Volume level is too low. The battery is exhausted. Avionics band frequency (U.S.A./Asia only) or weather channel (U.S.A. only) is selected.
No contact possible with another station. Frequency cannot be set.
The transceiver is set to semi-duplex. The output power is set to low. Memory mode or call channel is selected. Weather channel (U.S.A. only) is selected. Lock function is activated.
Scan does not start.
The squelch is open. Call or weather channel (U.S.A. only) is selected.
SET J H/L
Although the following chart refers mainly to the VHF (right) band, the same arrangement applies to the UHF (left) band (except commonly used mode, DTMF memory, SCAN SET and INITIAL SET).
(push for 2 sec.)
MR VFO CALL VFO
DTMF MEMORY MODE
DTMF MEMORY CHANNEL
CALL CHANNEL MODE
(CHANNEL NAME INDICATION)
DTMF MEMORY PROGRAMMING
INITIAL SET MODE
+ Power ON
DUP K TONE
DUP K TONE SET J H/L
SCAN SET MODE
Frequency skip function (p. 31) Scan resume for avionics band (p. 30) (U.S.A., Asia only) Scan resume for 144 MHz band program scan (p. 30) Scan resume for 440 MHz band program scan (p. 30) Scan resume for VHF memo scan (p. 30)
Mic simple mode (p. 37)
Auto power OFF (p. 35)
Backlight condition (p. 35)
CTCSS tones (p. 32)
Beep tones (p. 18)
Auto repeater* (p. 21)
Repeater tones (p. 20)
Power saver (p. 36)
Battery voltage (p. 34)
Offset frequency* (p. 20)
DTMF speed (p. 27)
Tuning step* (p. 16) * These displays dont appear when entering SET mode from memory mode or call channel mode. Scan resume for UHF memo scan (p. 30)
LCD contrast (p. 36)
Crossband full duplex (p. 18) * U.S.A. version only
Turn power OFF, then ON to return to normal operation.
U.S.A. Europe Asia Italy TRANSMITTER VHF UHF Tx: 144148 Tx: 440450 Rx: 118174*1 Rx: 400470*430440 Tx: Rx: 118174*1 Tx: 144148 Tx: 430440 Rx: 136174*1 Rx: 400470*3 Output power*
(at 13.5 V)
VHF 5 W, 0.5 W
UHF 5 W, 0.5 W
Frequency coverage (MHz)
Modulation system Max. frequency deviation* External microphone jack Receive system 1st Intermediate frequencies 2nd Original band Sensitivity* (12 dB SINAD) Opposite band Squelch sensitivity Selectivity Spurious and image rejection ratio* Audio output power*
Variable reactance frequency modulation 5.0 kHz 2.5 mm (110 in) 3-conductor/2 k
Guaranteed ranges are: *1144148 *2440450 *3430440
Double conversion superheterodyne 30.85 MHz 46.05 MHz 450 kHz Less than 0.16 V Less than 0.32 V Less than 0.16 V More than 15 kHz/6 dB Less than 30 kHz/60 dB More than 60 dB More than 50 dB
Except for 12 of IF and 2nd image freq. (at 10% distortion with an 8 load)
Mode Frequency stability GENERAL Tuning steps (kHz) Antenna connector Usable battery pack/case External DC power Current drain
(at 13.5 V, typical)
FM (U.S.A./Asia versions:
AM Rx 118136 MHz)
(0C to +50C; +32F to +122F)
5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 or 50 BNC (50 ) See options on page at right. 4.5 to 16 V DC (negative ground) 1.6 A 500 mA 210 mA 40 mA (average) 10C to +60C; +14F to +140F 57(W) 137(H) 33(D) mm; 214(W) 51332(H) 1516(D) in 1.5 A 600 mA
High Low Rated audio Power saved
More than 180 mW
External speaker jack
3.5 mm (18 in) 3-conductor/8
* Specications guaranteed at a transceiver temperature of +25C (+77F).
Usable temperature range Dimensions (with BP-173 or
BP-180; projections not included)
Weight (with BP-173 and antenna) 450 g; 1 lb
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
D Battery packs
BATTERY HEIGHT OUTPUT VOLTAGE CAPACITY PACK (mm/in) POWER BP-170 BP-171 BP-172 BP-173 BP-180
Battery case for
63.5/2.5 R6(AA) 4 alkaline cells 1.5 (1.3) W on battery 63.5/2.5 63.5/2.5 75.5/3.0 75.5/3.0 4.8 V 4.8 V 9.6 V 7.2 V 700 mAh 1.5 (1.3) W 5.5 (4.5) h 950 mAh 1.5 (1.3) W 7.5 (6.0) h 650 mAh 5.0 (4.5) W 3.5 (3.0) h 600 mAh 3.5 (3.5) W 3.5 (3.0) h HM-75A HS-85 HEADSET PTT switch VOX One-touch PTT for hands-free operation
Bracketed values in the output power column refer to the UHF band. Operating periods are calibrated for the following conditions: at 25C (77F), Tx (high power) : Rx : standby = 1 : 1 : 8
MB-30 MOUNTING BRACKET When using the bracket hanger When using no bracket hanger
D Chargers and cables
BC-110A/D/V WALL CHARGERS Regularly charge battery packs. BC-119 DESKTOP CHARGER + AD-51 DESKTOP CHARGER ADAPTER Rapidly charge battery packs in 1 to 1.5 hrs. depending on the battery pack. The AD-51 must be used with the BC-119 for charging a battery pack. Some BC-119 versions require the AD-75 additionally. The CP-17L or OPC-515L can be used instead of the supplied AC adapter. CP-12/L CIGARETTE LIGHTER CABLE WITH NOISE FILTER For operation and charging via a 12 V cigarette lighter socket. OPC-254/L DC POWER CABLE For operation and charging via an external power supply.
SP-13 EARPHONE Provides clear receive audio in noisy environments. CS-W32 CLONING SOFTWARE + OPC-478 CLONING CABLE Provide quick and easy programming of memory channels, memory names and set mode contents, etc. OPC-474 CLONING CABLE Used for handheld-to-handheld data cloning.
D Carrying case
LC-128 CARRYING CASE
A-5399Y-1EX-w Printed in Japan Copyright 1996 by Icom Inc.
6-9-16 Kamihigashi, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547 Japan
IC-W32A Specifications This information is taken directly off of the ICOM IC-W32A brochure.
General Frequency coverage (Unit: MHz) o o o VHF Tx: 144-148; Rx: 118-174*1 UHF Tx: 440-450; Rx: 400-470*2 *1 Guaranteed 144-148; *2Guaranteed 440-450
Mode: FM, (U.S.A./Asia versions, AM Rx 118-136 MHz) Acceptable power supply : 4.5 to 16 V DC (negative ground) Number of memory channels: 200 plus 2 call, 20 scan edges and 4 DTMF Tuning steps: 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 50 kHz Useable temperature range : -10C to +60C; (+14F to +140F) Frequency stability: 5 ppm (0C to +50C;) Current drain (at 13.8 V DC) o o o o Tx HIGH VHF 1.6 A, UHF 1.5 A Tx LOW VHF 500 mA, UHF 600 mA Rx Rated audio 210 mA Power saved 40 mA
Dimensions (w/BP-180 or BP-173): o o 57(W) x 137(H) x 33(D)mm 2 1/4(W) x 5 13/32(H) x 1 5/16(D)in
Weight (BP-173 and antenna): 450g (1lb)
Transmitter Output power (at 13.5 V DC): 5 W or 500 mW Modulation system : variable reactance frequency modulation Max. frequency deviation : 5.0 kHz
Spurious emissions : Less than -60 dB External mic connector : 3-conductor, 2.5(d) mm (1/10")/ 2 K ohms
Receiver Receive system: Double conversion superheterodyne Intermediate frequencies(1st/2nd)MHz: o o VHF 30.85/0.45 UHF 46.05/0.45
Sensitivity (for 12 dB SINAD): o o original band operation - 0.16 V opposite band operation - 0.32 V
Squelch Sensitivity: Less than 0.16 V Spurious and image rejection ratio: o o More than 60 dB (VHF) More than 50 dB (UHF) (except 1/2 IF and 2nd image)
Audio output power (at 13.8 V DC): More than 180mW (10% distortion with an 8-ohm load) External speaker connector: 3-conductor, 3.5(d) mm (1/8")/ 8 ohms
Options BATTERY PACKS AND CASE BP-171 4.8 V, 700 mAh BP-173 9.6 V, 650 mAh BP-170 R6 (AA) batteries x 4 BP-172 4.8 V, 950 mAh BP-180 7.2 V, 600 mAh Approx. output powers and operating times (at 25C, Tx high power, Rx standby=1:1:8) BP-171 VHF BP-172 BP-173 BP-180
1.5 W/4.5 h 1.5 W/6.0 h 5.0 W/3.0 h 3.5 W/3.0 h
1.5 W/4.5 h 1.5 W/6.0 h 5.0 W/3.0 h 3.5 W/3.0 h 1.3 W/6.0 h 1.3 W/7.5 h 4.5 W/3.5 h 3.5 W/3.5 h
BC-119 DESKTOP CHARGER + AD-51 DESKTOP CHARGER ADAPTER Rapidly charges battery packs BP-171, BP-172, BP-173 or BP-180. Both AC and DC can be used to power the charger. The AD-51 must be purchased separately. Some BC-119 versions require the AD-75 additionally. CP-12/L CIGARETTE LIGHTER CABLE WITH NOISE FILTER OPC-254/L DC POWER CABLE Allows you to operate the transceiver through a 12 V cigarette lighter socket or 4.5 to 16 V external DC power supply with the CP-12/L or OPC-254/L, respectively. The connected battery pack is charged simultaneously (12 to 16V DC required). MB-30 MOBILE MOUNTING BRACKET For mounting the transceiver on the inside door panel of a vehicle. SPEAKER-MICROPHONES o o o HM-46 Compact and lightweight. Equipped with an earphone jack. HM-54 Durable, full-sized speaker-microphone. HM-75A Allows you to remotely select memory channels, operating frequency, etc. Simple remote and normal remote are selectable. HS-85 HEADSET Allows you hands-free operation. Includes VOX, PTT, "one-touch PTT" (TOT). SP-13 EARPHONE Provides clear audio in noisy environments.
BC-110A/D/V WALL CHARGER Regularly charges battery packs. The same as supplied with some versions CS-W32 CLONING SOFTWARE + OPC-478 CLONING CABLE Provides quick and easy programming of items, including memory channels, memory names and set mode contents, for local repeater frequencies, etc. OPC-474 CLONING CABLE Used for handheld-to-handheld data cloning LC-128 CARRYING CASE Useable with any battery pack.
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