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usul 1:30pm on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 
Great product Great Prices Got my product super quick, Was exactly what I wanted and great services. I will buy from them again. Brought new life to old machine Just a quickie here. I had been using an ATI all-in-wonder.
elbatirwer 5:19am on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 
Great card for modest price I am impressed how this card handles. It is definitely a high end card, and its reasonable price makes it great value. speeds up Vista I used this card to upgrade my computer from the graphics built in to the motherboard. My windows experience index improved from 3.
a_vzalupu 10:08pm on Monday, August 23rd, 2010 
This card was made right when Amd was Buying out ati This card Pushed it to the limit the core memory IS OVER CLOCKED TOO FAR This card was made right when Amd was Buying out ati This card Pushed it to the limit the core memory IS OVER CLOCKED TOO FAR card is a good all-around midrange gamer. bu...  good speed for the price ati drivers
gnurf 11:04pm on Sunday, July 11th, 2010 
So-called techs need to learn the difference between PCI, PCI-X & PCIe. My servers have PCI-X slots but the techs keep referring me to PCIe parts! Buy this only for a second graphics adapter when maxed out other slots, do not expect HD quality video playback. Low power, small form factor.
spotsy8a 12:12am on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 
awesome card i got this card for a new build. keep in mind that the card is just over a foot long as it is dual gpu. This may be a good card, but not for a Linux system I have previously always had ATI cards.
lylewinton 6:54am on Friday, June 11th, 2010 
It might turn out to be a good buy. Since I am not a gamer perhaps my expectations were too high for this HD Card. Time will tell.
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I purchased this video card as a solution to replace the dismal onboard (and non-DirectX 10 capable) in a Dell desktop machine with no AGP or PCI-E sl...
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Sapphire RADEON HD 2600XT - Graphics adapter - Radeon HD 2600XT - AGP 8x - 512 MB GDDR3 - Digital Visual Interface (DVI) ( HDCP Great card for the mon...
tencpa 10:12pm on Saturday, April 10th, 2010 
the first thing i noticed when i got this card way back was theIDE cable on the top. i know its used t transfer the image from th dvi port to the vga,...

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try to close the door by p ushing front th.e fron t.
The five butto n s behind the door control m ost of the rg r b1e feat ur es. If the beeper Is ena bled, one or more b eeps will sd wh e n bu tto n is p ressed, if the resulting command is accepted. T he white label sho ws the primary f ct of eac h button. H owever, if you press t he F / W butto n first, these b uttons w ill erforn alternate functions. On three of these, th e altern ate functi on is in dicated by t he blue label on or beneath the button. These are describe d in t h e Operation chapter. For descriptions in this manual, we refer to alternate butto n functions by preceding the button n ame with "/ W -~" to rd you to press th e F /W button first. For example, " F /W C indicates that you should press the F /W butto n followed by the Low button (within five seconds)_ (5)

Butto n

This button toggles repeate r shift: + (up), (down) or off. The alternate function displays shift offset and AR S status. (6) Butto n (7)
17 Tone Squelch Unit is n ot installed, only encode and off m odes are available. The alternate function displays the CTCSS tone frequ ency and button beeper status.

PAG E B

This button activates DTMF paging (or code This button toggles the CTCSS (s ubaudible squelch) if the FRC-6 P aging/Code Squelch tone) features : en code (on tr ans mission o pti on is installed. The alternate function only), encode/deco de (on b oth t r a nsmission displays DF Code Memories. and recepti on), and off. If the optional FTS-

Button

Press thi s butto n to j ump to a nd from your CALL c h anne l memory. The a l ternate function toggl es the CT CSS p aging b ell, d escri be d l ater.

(9) Butto n

alte rn ate fun ctio n of th is button di sabl es the selecto r kn ob an d m ost of the fro nt p a n e l buttons (exce pt itself, F/ W and P OWER, an d the micro pho ne bu tton s). Press F/W and thi s button aga in to unlock the p ane l. (12) Button
ei t h er l ow or me dium p owe r i s selected. The
While r ece iving on me mory, pr essin g this bu tton togg l es 4-1, e di s p1 a y b et wee n fr eque ncy and a lph anumeric n a me. The al ter n ate fun ct io n dis pl a y s (and all ows changing) the tunin g step s iz e, and t h e sca n - res um e m ode, as desc rib ed l ater.

(10) Se lector Kn ob

Th i s 24-posi ti on d etented rotary switch i s use d for tunin g, me mory sel ectio n a n d m ost functio n settings. Th e DW N a nd UP buttons on the mi c r oph one duplicate the functi ons of thi s kno b.

(11) LOCK Button Low

This butto n all o ws tuning in 1-MHz step s (the kHz di gits bl ank on the di s pl ay). If rece iving on m emory, pr essin g thi s bu tto n the fir st t ime act iv ates the Me mo ry Tun e (MT) m o d e, and press ing it again en abl es 1-MHz ste p s. Th e altern ate fun cti on of this butto n activ ates p riori ty monito rin g, describ ed in th e Operat i o n cha pte r (" " di spl ayed in stea d of th e me mory number to t he uppe r l eft of th e fr eque n cy).

(13) SKIP Button

Press t his butto n whil e receiving to togg l e hi gh/me dium and l o w tra n s mi tter po we r (50/25 a nd 5 watts, res pectiv ely ). The di splay s h o ws "LOW" (a bo v e the S-mete r ) whe n
Durin g s pli t- fr equ ency ope rat ion , s u c h as thro u gh re p eate r, thi s bu tto n re v e rses tr a n s mi t a nd r ece iv e fre qu e n c i es. Durin g m emo ry o p eratio n, th e altern ate funct io n sets th e curr e nt m e mo ry to b e skippe d durin g scannin g.
Thi s bu tto n switches op eratio n between t he two m a in tuning m od es: di a l a nd me mory. The a lternate functi o n ma rks the curre nt memory to be s kipped during scanning. Thi s bu tto n is d uplicated by button on the micropho ne in non-European versi ons.

(15) F /W Button

is a l so u sed to sto re curre nt o p erating d ata into me mory (by holding it down fo r 1/2-seco nd, r el eas in g and pressing aga in), a n d to toggl e seve r al progr ammabl e features. (16) Dis pl ay
This bu tton activ ates the alternate fun ction s (blu e lab el s) o f most o f the othe r butto ns. It Panel Lock
The d i s pl ay segme nts are as sho wn be low. The m ain di gits on th e di s pl ay ma y sho w op erat in g fre qu ency, m emo ry n ame, o r any of ma ny par a mete rs d uring settin g, such as tunin g step siz e, CTCSS to n e fre quency, or

Memory Tuning

Alt. Key Funcs.
CTCSS Deco d e Repeater Shift DTMF Paging / E nabled

COD E -

DT M F Code / S q uel ch

` LO W

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EN C DE C =+

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Rx S-Units/ Relative Powe r DTMF Decode r Enable d for Paging

Mem Scan Skip

CTCSS B ell
(17) 13.8 DC Ca bl e Pigtail /Fu se
Thi s is the power supply conn ecti on fo r th e tra n sce ive r. U se the s uppli e d DC cabl e to connect thi s pigta il to t h e ca r b atte ry o r othe r DC po wer s upply cap abl e o f at least 12 Ampe r es (co n tinu ous du ty). M ake ce r tain t h at t h e re d l ea d conn ects to the p os i tiv e s id e o f th e supply. Th e fu se is 15-, fast-blo w.

(18) S P Jac k

Yaes u SP-3,
SP -4, SP -7 o r SP -55. In serting plu g in to th e j ack di sa bl es the in te rn a l s pea ker. (19) Coa xi a l Socket Con n ect 144-MHz antenn a to t hi s typ e- (SO-239) socket u s in g 50-o hm coaxial ca bl e a n d typ e-M (PL-259) plug. M ak e sure t he a n te nna is des i gne d s p ec ifi cally for u se on t h e o p e rat ing fr equ e ncy.

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Both mi c r oph on e m o d els include
To-Talk) s wi tc h to act iv ate the trans mitte r, a nd DWN and U buttons fo r t unin g and me mo ry sel ect io n.

PTT (Push-

t i o n s, k ee p th e FT-2400H Operato r's Quick Reference Card h a ndy in case y o u nee d to r e-
hi s c hapter d escrib es t h e tr a n sce ive r fun cti on s in deta il. Afte r stu dyin g th ese d escrip

Operation

and hold th e P O W E R bu tto n fo r 1/2-seco n d.
To turn t h e tr ansce ive r off, yo u mu st press

Prelim in ary Setup

fres h yo ur me mory.
p o we r supply and a n te nn a connect i ons, a nd co nnect y our mi c r o pho n e to th e fr on t p an e l j ac k. N eve r op e r ate t h e t r a nsce iv er wit h o u t pr o p e r a n te nn a fo r t he o p er atin g b and. Al so, please rea d the earli er Con trol s & Connectors secti o n , if y ou ha ve n ot a lr ea dy, to famili ariz e y o urself wi th t h e co n tro l s. button name to remind yo u to p ress t h e F/W bu tton first mome n ta rily, and th en the ot he r bu tton wi thin fi v e seco n ds (whil e "F" app ea r s (in reve rse) ab ove the leftmost fr eque n cy di g it on t h e di s pl ay). D o n 't h ol d the F / W butto n down, as t h at will give y o u d i ffe re nt r esul t, a nd do n 't pr ess two bu ttons as th e same tim e (ex ce p t t h e PTT s witch, wh en storing se p arate t r a n s mi t fre qu e n cy). Whe n butto n s h oul d b e h eld d own
B e for e o p er atin g the t r ansceiv er, r echeck
As me n ti one d b efo re, re fe re nces to a lte rn ate button functi o ns h a v e "F / W -~" in fro nt of t h e
button b ee pe r p rov i des u seful au dibl e feedback whe n buttons are presse d , at leve l dete r mined by th e vo lume co n t ro l. E ac h button h as differ e n t b ee p pi tch, a nd each fun ctio n h as uniqu e beep co mbin ati o n. F or e x a mpl e, wh e n y ou press the button, y ou will h ea r p ai r o f l o w-, m e dium- or hi g h-pitc h e d b ee p s co rresp ondin g with t h e RF p owe r le v el selecte d. You can d i sabl e t h e beep er as d escrib e d in th e b ox on the n ext p age, but we r eco mme nd y ou kee p it enabl e d w hil e gettin g to kno w the contro l s.

five-seco nd t ime r starts whe n y ou press F / , and cl ea r s whe n y ou press ing b utton to make n ew sel ect io n. If yo u d on 't m ak e se lecti on in five second s, t h e butto n functi ons r et urn to norma l (whi te lab el s).
(as opp osed to j u st pr essed mo men tarily) the in stru cti on s will say so.

Beeper Di sabling

If y ou want to turn th e b eepe r off (or bac k on.), yo u can pr ess F/ W -4 TONE--4 F/W -> TONE (each b utto n t wi ce,, a l ter iate ly). If yo u l ock the controls ( p age 14) and h a v e th e b ee p er enabled, p r ess in g button w ill sound di ffe r e n t mu sica l note fo r as lo n g as it i s held. Ify ou hav e tro ubl e getting the tra n sceiv e r to wo rk as desc ribed , see In Case of Prob lems on p age 34.
Turn th e SQ L kno b c lock wi se j ust to s ilence the no ise. The "BUSY" indicator will disappear. Settin g the SQ L furth er clockwise re duces se n si tivi ty to weak s ignal s. Wh en eve r si g nal reac h es th e receiv er that i s st r on g e n ou gh to o p e n the squ el ch, "BUSY" will be di s pl ayed.

Squelch Set up

Before tu(iv er fo r the first rnin g on th e tra n sce time: Preset the VO L and SQ L co ntr ols fully countercl ockwise.
Note that whil e recei ving, o ne or mo re b arg r aph seg ments ma y a pp ea r at th e lower left co rn er of the display, in dicatin g s i g n a l str e n gth of r ece ive d sign als. This i s not affecte d by the s qu e l ch settin g, so e v en s qu el ch e d s i gnal s ca n g iv e some in di cat io n. If more t ha n two b argr a ph segme nts app ear while the s qu el ch i s cl osed , try r educ ing t h e s qu elc h co n tro l settin g y wa nt to hear weak s ign als).
Fre que ncy Se lect i o n Modes

Di al Mode

Th en press th e P OW ER butto n (if th e tran s-
ce iv er i s off) a nd adj ust the V O L co n t r o l fo r comfortabl e vo lume on the no i se or any re ce iv ed si g n al. "BUSY" s h ould be di s pl ay e d in r eve r se letters at th e far l eft.
If y ou hea r s i gn al, turn th e sel ector kn ob to cl ea r c hann el (o nly no i se).
Thi s mo de i s for tuning o r scannin g the b a nd whe n l ooking fo r c h ann el on whi c h to op e r ate, wh e n y ou do n 't h a v e specific fre qu enc y in mind. In t hi s mo d e, t h e sel ecto r knob a nd mic r o pho ne bu tto n s eac h tun e the b a nd in t h e sel ecte d ste p siz e, or in 1- MHz step s, a nd the sca nnin g funct io n t unes in t he se lecte d ste p s iz e.
This mode i s mainly for operatin g only on specific frequ ency channels known in a dvance (and programmed in to the memories). F or example, after storing the frequen cies of your local repeaters into memories , you can confine operation to those channels by se lectin g the memory mode. In this mod e, th e selecto r knob, microphone b uttons and scanning function select sequentially from the stor ed memories. The FT-2400H giv es you 31 memories, each of which can store repeate r shift and direction, CTCSS settings, a nd separate r eceive and transmit frequencies. There i s also Me mory Tun e mode, in which you can tune just like the dial mode, and store the resulting retuned memory into the same or another memory. This and ot her special memory mode functions are describ ed later, but you will wan t to keep these terms in mind. You can tell at glance which channelling mode i s in by looking in the shaded memory b ox a bove and to the left of the fre quency displa If y. the box is empty, y ou are in the dial mode. Ify ou see number or an "L", "U' or "C" in the b ox, you a re in the memory mode. Th e button near the to p righ t corner of the display (and the button on the front of the -

Ifus ing Euro p ean ve r s io n , press the button on the fr ont o f th e mi cro phone to transmit 1750-Hz Bur st To ne to access re peaters t h at require it.
Pr ess the LOCK button at th e uppe r ri g h t, se v e ra l times, if necessary, to se lect lo w p owe r o u tput.ce r The di s pl a y will r eturn to no rm a l afte few second s, and "LOW' is displ ay ed to t h e left of t h e me mory b ox (when eith er l ow or medium

Transmitting

Repeater Splits
The FT-2400H offe rs se v e ral methods to set up spli t fre qu enc y op e r ati on for re peaters: manl (ba nd, a nd me mo ry -s pec ific), automati c ( AR S) a nd inde pe n de ntly stored tr a n s mit/r eive fre qu e n c ies. The m a nu al and auto mati c m etho ds shift the t r an s mit fr eque n cy ab ove o r b el ow the receiv e fre qu ency by progr a mmable
offset. This offset is p reset at th e factory to 600 kHz, bu t can b e eas ily change d as d escrib e d in the b ox at the ri ght.
Ch a ng ing Repeate r Offset
To dis pl a y the c u rre n trepeate r o ffset, press F /W-4 RP T. Th e offset i s d ispl ayed in MHz, to t hree decimal pl aces. You can c han ge th e offset i 50- kHz ste p s with th e selecto r k n ob o r mi c ro ph o n e DWN an d U P buttons. In most cases y o u will want to kee p th e rep eate r offset programmed to the most com mo n l y u sed split in your area. Also, yo u ca n en ab le/disab l e ARS (Au to mati c Rep eate r Sh ift), by p ress ing F/W at a ny time w hi le the offset i s disp l ay ed. An "" a pp ear s in the me mo ry b ox wh e n ARS is en abl e d. When set as des i re d , press the RP T button to return the d is pl a y to th e o p e r ating fr equ e ncy.
Wh en in t h e dial mo de, onl y on e offset at t im e ca n b e u se d. Thi s offset can o nly b e chan ge d while in th e di al mod e, and i s ap p li e d any tim e r ep eater sh ift i s activ ate d (m a nually, o r by R.S) in the di al mode. F o r r ep eaters that r equi re an od d s plit, y ou ca n e it h er progr am me mory -sp ecific offset, o r store an indep e nd ent tr a n s mit fre qu e ncy in th e sa me memo ry. These meth o d s are described l ate r in t he di sc u ss io n on memori es.
To activate the stand a rd s hift manu ally , j ust press th e R button: once fo r minu s s hift, again fo r plu s s h ift, a nd aga in to ret urn to s impl ex. s mall "-" or "+" s ign app ear s at the top ce n te r of t he display wh en minus or plu s s hift i s se lecte d ,

res pectiv ely.

Ex a mpl e: To ope r ate t hro u g h 146.34/146.94 MHz re p eate r :

To store freque nc y in me mory: Se lect the desired freque n cy (a nd re peate r spli t dir ecti on, if d esi red ) in the di al mo de as already describ ed, or by retunin g me mory. /2-seco nd , butto n for 1 un til second beep so und s. m emo ry nume r or l ette r appear s bli nking in the m emory bo x.
/ Press and ho ld the F / W button fo r 1 2-seco nd to di s pl ay m emory labe l in the m emory b ox, th en do th e ne xt step wi thin 5 seco nd s.
First perform the ste ps in the e xampl e on 15 to set up th e desire d fre que ncy a nd offset on the di al.
Tu rn th e selector knob so that "5" (th e m emory numbe r to sto r e) shows in th e m e mory b o x.

P ress and ho ld t he

P ress
F/ W again, m omentarily. That's it. The dial data has been store d in memory 5. Afte r f w seco nd s th e me mory b ox will c lear, and e yo u are left op eratin g on th e di al.
Within fiv e seco nds of pr ess in g F/ W , u se the se l ector kno b o r mi c ro pho n e DWN and UP butto n s to sel ect th e d esir ed memo ry fo r sto r age (in t he me mory bo x). If you sel ect o n e that was alrea dy be in g u sed , it will be ove rwritten with ne w d ata in the n ext step.
Press F/ W m o me n ta rily to stor e the di sMHz. playe d d ata into the se lecte d memory. Th e me mory l a b el will stop blinkin g fo r seco nd , You can u se a ny me mory (excep t C, the CALL a nd the n di sapp ear as o p erati o n co n tinu es chann el) with the same res ul t. Me mory C rein th e di al mod e. quires s lightly differe nt proce dur e. N ot ice th at pressing MR fro m the dial mo d e alw ay s r eExample : Store the 146.34/146.94 re p eate r d ata in me mory 5. ca ll s th e last store d or u sed me mory.
To co nfirm that thi s wo rke d, tu rn t h e se l ector kn ob to ch an ge t he di al fr eque n c y (to anything), t h en press MR to c h a n ge fro m di a l to me mory mod e. The num eral 5 should app ear in the memory b ox, an d 146.94 (t he receive freque n cy) shoul d app ea r on t h e di splay. Press SKIP to confirm the tr a n s mi t fr e que n cy of 146.34

Recalling Memo ries

In confirming the res ults of the l ast example, we used the MR button to change from the dial mode to the memories after they were stored. The memory label appea r s in the memory box at the upper left corne r of the frequency display whenever operating on memory. When mo re than one memo ry has been stored, you can select memo ry for operation with either the selector knob or the mi crophone D WN and UP bu ttons. If you use the microphone buttons, press and release the button for each memory: if you hold the button down for '/,-second, memory scanning will sta rt.
separate transmit freque ncy in t he me mory ( describe d later) to obtain the same result, but you may find this more straightforw ard when dealing with repeate rs.

The scanner pa u ses when signal opens the sque lch, and the decimal point on the display blinks. You can also stop th e scanner manually by press ing MR'
when scanning, but still have them a vailable for manual select ion. You can mark memory to b e skipped by pressing F / W -> whil e receiving on the memory. "SKIP" appears in tiny letters j ust to the right of the memory number box to show that this memory will be skipped during scanning (although you can still reca ll it manually). Once set, the scan skip state remains with the memory until it i s specifically cancelled. To to this and re-e nable the memory fo r scannin g, j ust repeat the steps you took to disable it: select the me mory manually, and press F / W -4

S K I P'

Me mory Skip
When you have some very active channels stored in memories you may wish to skip them
You h ave choice of two sca n-resume m odes: either Pa u se mode, i n which t he scanner p auses for as long as the car rier keeps the squelch open; or the 5-seco n d mode, i n which the sca nner pauses for five secon ds and then resum es sca nni ng wh eth er t h e sig n al is still prese nt or not. The 5-second mode i s the factory d efault. To c hange the scan-resume mode (when not / " _ scanning), press F/W ---> or 5 in the STEP memory box indicates the cut-rent mode. If you w a n t to change it, press F /W metri ly. P ress s again to return to th e freque ncy di splay when the scan- res nie mode is set t h e way you want it.
. ca n R es um e Mo de Se lect i o n
Progra mm ab le Su bband Limits
Besides b and and memory scanning, the FT2400H can be set to tune or scan o nly the frequencies between t wo frequency limits of your choice (with the selected channel ste p s). Briefly, the procedure i s to sto re the limits in the special memories l abelled L (lower) and U (uppe r), and then with either memory recalled, press the MHz PRI

butto n momentarily.

As described previously in Me m o ry nning, "1" appears in the memory box (but this time i t i s blinking), and you can tune the memory, 1-
The frequ en cy resolu tio n of s ubband lim i ts is 100 kHz, a lt h ou gh th e channel resolu ti on o f memories L an d U is the sel ecte d chann el ste p s iz e. There fo re th e frequ e nci es stored in both m emo ries L and U are ro unde d do wn to the n earest 100 kHz to d etermine the actua l s ubb and limits. S in ce th ey - are not limited to s pec ifi c fre qu e ncy, you ca n st ill u se t he L and U m emori es for othe r p urp oses on any fre qu ency wi thin t h e 100- kHz ran ge a bo v e th e inte nde d subb a nd limit.

Note :

store d in me mories L a nd U now limi t the tunin g a nd scanning r a n ge to the resul ting su bband. If th e e ith er ARS o r manu a l rep eate r shift is activ ate d, r ep eater offset is a ppli ed automatica lly wh en yo u tran s mit (eve n if the resul ting tran smi t frequ e ncy i s o ut s i de the s ubb and limi ts). If yo u sto r e an o dd r ep eater offset (this is, o ne di ffe re nt fr om th e di al mode's r ep eate r offset) in on e o f th e limi ts, the odd offset will b e applied.

Press MR to oper ate in the dial mode, or else select the me mory you want to operate on, and then press F/ -4'R
"" appears in the memory box, and about e very five seco nds the displ ayed frequency
To chec k or set t h e CTCSS ton e fre quen cy, p ress F/W -4 TONE to d i s play th e to ne freque n cy in Hz. To change th e tone fr e q ue n cy, rotate the se l ector knob or press th e mi cropho n e DWNand UP butto n s un til the displ ay s h ows the to ne fre qu enc y y ou r eq ui re (from t h e cho ices in the table at t h e ri ght). Press TONE to return to t h e o p e r at-
in g fr e que ncy display after c hec kin g or selectin the tone frequency. g Th e built-in tone enco de r fun cti on can b e To activate CT CSS o pe r ati on ju st press TONE use d to access r e p eaters a nd stat io n s that rewh e n the o p e rati n g fr e que n cy i s di s pl aye d. quire CT CSS (s ub audibl e) tone, by sending "C" (e ncode) app ea r s at the top of the di s pl a y ton e wh ene v er yo u t r a n smi t. Al so, if yo u hav e and the ton e ge ne rato r i s activ ate d fo r tran st he FTS-17A CTCSS Decode r Uni t op ti on inmi ss io n. If y ou press TONE again wi thout the stall ed , yo u can s ilent ly moni to r fo r call s on FT S-17A op ti o n, th e e ncode r turns off. If the busy c h ann el s. Th e e n cod e fun cti on s uperimFT S-17A i s in stall ed, both "C" and "DEC" ( d ep oses sub audible to ne (at fr equ en cy too l ow co de) are di s pl ayed togethe r as tone sque l ch is to be heard) on th e tra n smi tted carri er. The act ivate d for b oth transmi ss ion an d recep tio n o p ti onal (FTS- 17A) deco de fun ct i on mo ni to r s (requiring matchin g to n e fr e qu enc y to op e n receive r audi o through narrow fil te r at the the s qu elc h). P ressi ng TONE on ce more di sa bl es sa me s ub a udibl e fre qu e n c y, k ee pin g t h e to n e sque lch. s qu el ch c l ose d until y o u r ece iv e matchin g tone. In sta llat ion of Opt i on s at the back o f thi s You can store d i ffe r e nt C TCSS to n es (a n d e nmanual d escrib es insta llati o n of the FT S-17A. cod e/d eco de states) in each me mory in th e sa me
FS-17 Tone F req uencies 67.0 141.3 100.0 71.9 103.5 146.2 74.4 107.2 151.4 77.0 110.9 156.7 79.7 114.8 162.2 82.5 118.8 167.9 ~ 85.4 123.0 173.8 88.5 127.3 179.9 91.5 131.8 186.2 94.8 136.5 192.8 (Hz) 203.5 210.7 218.1 225.7 233.6 241.8 250.3

C TCSS Ope r ati on

ma nn e r (a nd at the sa me tim e) as sto rin g o p e r at in g fre qu encies. Late r, to change the tone o r state sto r ed in memory, j ust r eca ll i t, reset th e tone fre qu e ncy o r fun c t i o n, and sto r e the me mory again.

"CTCSS Bell" Paging w i t h th e

FTS- 17A

Bell o peration is v ery s imilar to the CTCSS encode/decode operation just d escribed,
receive matc hing CTCSS call, the s mall bell on the display bli nks to indicate y ou rece ived
call, and the transceiver rings lik e teleph one if you have the ringer e nabled (see b ox be low). To activate the CTCSS B ell: Tune to the desired frequency or memory. Se lect CTCSS tone frequency using the F / W and TONE butto ns as d escribed on the previ ous p age, ifyou have not already.
in that subaudible to n es open the squelch. However, ifyou are wa iting for call, it i s sometimes convenient to h ave the transceiver "ring" to get your attention. The CTCSS Bell mode displays small bell above the 10's-of-MHz freque ncy digit on the display (or to the l eft of the name, if displaying memory by name). When you

Ringe r Ale rt ing To ne

You can control the way the transce iver rings when either selective ca ll (CTCSS B el l, or DTM F P age) i s received. You can set the ringer to sound differently for eac h of these modes. To check o r c hange the state o f t h e rin ger, press and hold F/ W for 1/2-second, then press . The numbe r in the center of t he display indicates the length o f each ri ng, and can be set to 0, 1, 3, 5 or 8 (ringing tone p airs) wit h the selector knob or m ic buttons (0 = no ringing).
The disp lay also shows either "" (for DTMF page r) or "b" (for CTCSS Bell) in the me m ory box,
R indicating to which response mode th e dis play ed rin ger length setti ng appli es. P ress " to display and allow changing the other de's ringe r setti ng. There may also be lette r "S" displayed just above th e VOL control. If present, the ringer is set to ring only once (single ring) when call is received. If i t i s n ot displaye d, the ringer will sound when call i s received, an d every 2 minutes thereafte r until reset by the PTT, or corresponding tone button. P ress the F/ W button to toggle betw ee n single and mul tiple ringing.
0 Wh en yo u e xpect to receiv e call s fro m stati ons usin g to n e s qu el ch (decodin g, o r CTCSS Bell at the ir end), activate ton e s qu el c h e n code/deco d e o p erati o n as describe d ab ove, so they will not mi ss your sign al whe n y ou turn off th e CT CSS B ell l ate r to re ply. 0
Th e CT CSS Bell sy ste m i s not memo ry -s pec ifi c : turning it on or off affects the di al a nd all me mori es.
Note: If y o u activate the Bell wi thout havin g an FT S- 17A insta ll ed, i t will ring ev ery t ime t he

s qu elc h op e ns.

Press F/W -i BELL to activ ate C TCSS Be ll p aging (the s mall b ell i con will appear).
D TMF Paging & Code Squ e lch
(with the FRC-6 Option) Th e FRC-6 op ti on in c ludes DTMF tone en code r/deco d e r a nd d e dicated mi crop rocessor pr ovi ding p aging and se l ective callin g featur es und e r DTMF co n t ro l. Th e p agin g a n d co d e sque lch sy stems use 3- digi t numeri c codes (000 999), tran s mitte d as DTMF (Du al-To ne, Mul tiFr e que ncy) to n e pairs. The FR C-6 h as ei gh t Code M e mori es in whi c h to store 3- digit DTMF p agin g co d es. The p rim ary fun ct ion of the DTMF si gn a lling s yste m allo ws y ou r receiv er to re ma in silent until i t rece ives one of the stored 3- di git cod es. Then t h e s que l ch ope n s so the calle r i s heard , and in th e p aging mo de, the tran sceiv e r also rin gs like te leph one (if des ire d - see th e box on the previ ous page). Whe n y o u c l ose th e PTT to trans mi t, the sa me t hree pr esto re d DTMF code digi ts a r e se n t automati cally. In t h e p aging mo de, three more DTMF digits a re also
matching CT CSS tone will be igno r e d by y our r eceiver , bu t th ose with the matching ton e w ill ca u se the t ra nsce iver to ring and the s qu el ch to op en while the call er transmi ts. The be ll i co n b egins to blink, a nd con tinu es until yo u ma nua lly reset it (by pressin g the PTT s wi tch to t r a n smi t, retuning, or pressing MR). Note th at
the oth er statio n does n ot n ee d to be usin g the C TCSS Bell fun ct i on to ca ll y ou: th ey can u se normal fun ctio n s of th eir tra nsce iv er. Whe n yo u receive call , if y ou h ave the ringer en abl ed, you will n ee d to di sable the CT CSS Bell feature to pre ve nt rin gin g ev ery time the othe r stati o n tr ans mi ts: press F/ W -i CALL to tu rn i t off. CAL
As wit h C TCSS decodin g, all ca ll s witho u t
se n t, re prese n ting y our pe r sona l statio n id e ntificati on.
Th e DTMF p aging and co d e s qu e lch s y stems are sel ected by the CODE button. Ei th er "PAGE" or

"CODE"

app ea r s at t h e top of the di s pl a y whe n DTMF pagin g o r code s qu el c h i s activ ated , resp ective ly.
In ei the r co de s quelch or paging m od es, a ny DTMF -equippe d statio n ca n call y ou (t he y ca n use DTMF k eyp ad to se nd the th r ee digits if y ou are in co de s qu el ch mod e, o r six digits ifyou ar e in p aging mo d e).

DTMF Paging

In th e DTMF p aging mo de, y ou can receiv e signal s t h at a r e pr efix ed with a ny o f to seve n DTMF Co de S qu e lch diffe r ent pre-stored 3-digit codes, acco rding to t h e way y ou prog r a m th e Code Me mories. Whe n lch mo de is v ery s imple. B oth Th e co d e squ e y ou rece iv e p agin g call, the se lecte d Cod e you and the other stat ion co mmuni cate u sin g Me mory c ha nges a utomatically, a nd the display the sa me 3-d igi t DTMF seque nce, sent a uto matr esp ond s by di splayin g Co de e mory numb er i ca lly by the FT-2400H at the star t of e ve ry n (bli kin g) in t h e me mory bo x, and with th e t ra n smi ssion. Yo ur r ece iver no rm a lly re main s di git DTMF code of t he call er in place of th e 3sile n t to all si g n als th at are not prefixed by yo ur fre qu e ncy di s play. The m ea nin g of the Cod e sel ected 3-digit co d e. Afte r y o u recei v e th e Me mo ry numb er a nd 3-di git co d e di spl aye d deto n es, y our s qu el ch ope n s a nd stay s o p en durp e n ds on h ow y ou store d the p aging code: in g the i r transmi ss io n.

Re peat th e ab ove ste p to set th e last di g it. At t hi s p oin t, if y ou wan t to go b ac k and
change one of the three co d e digi ts, y ou ca n p ress th e DWN butto n on the microph on e. co d e i s now stored in Code Me mory 1. You can press PAGE' to r eturn to the fre que n cy

Your ID

ph o ne butto n s again to get th e Co d e Me mory numb er in the memory bo x blinkin g, turn the se l ecto r knob, a nd re p eat the ab ove ste p s. However, b efore sto ring mo re Co d e M emori es, yo u w ill nee d to co n sider an addit i o nal feature for 30 Co de Me mori es 2 - 7, d escrib e d next.
di spl ay now, or yo u can sto r e oth e r co de memori es in the sa me way : p ress pl, or the micro-
Note that the underba r i s d i s pl aye d p ermane n tly on Code Me mo ry 1, s ince this is yo u r own

R ep lying to DTMF Page,

ID (that y ou will always want to r eceive when paging i s activated). Also, the und erbar never appears on Code M e mory 0, since this i s reserved for display of the ID o f incoming p aging calls. After setting Code Memory, even before
to-7 i- a n sp o nd Pag ing
Normally, after p age i s received, the indicator bli nks on the display until y ou t ran smit to r espond to the p age, or press PAGE CODE MR to return to the frequency/memory dis. play Thi s l ets you know if a cal l came in while you w e re distracted, but It does not let the caller know whether you received his call, o r not. The auto-tran spond feature addresses thi s problem. Whei enabled, your display still changes to show M emo ry Code 0 and the call er's code, and the ringer still sounds ( f I t I s enabled), but the r adio also auto matically t rans m its your 11) Code back to the caller. Thus he can tell t h at you a re r ange, although possibly riot ab l e to answer his page right away. '1' activate auto-transpo nd, j u st p ress th e RP T button while the DTMF Code setting d isplay is active. An "R" appears to the right of the displayed Memory Code when the feature i s enabled. Note that t-tr anspot d is not Code M emo ry-specifc. it i s either e n ab led or disabled for a ll pagi ng calls (includ ng groups).

and R esetting

r eturning to the frequency/memory di splay (by pressing PAGE) , you can receive DTMF Paging calls CODE
directed to you. Any DTMF-equipped station can call y ou by sending your 3-digi t code, followed by their 3-digit ID Code. Ifyou monitor with the code squelch activate d ("CODE" displayed), your squelch will o pen when you r eceive th e currently-se lected DTMF Co de - even ifit i s n ot your ID in Code Memory 1. If y ou are monitoring with t he DTMF Paging feature activated ("PAGE" displayed, bli nking after call i s rece ived), the transceiver reacts according to h ow you stored your Code M emories, as described above. The p aging ringing tones can be set as d escribed in t he b ox on p age 26, to suit y our p reference. For paging, y ou can al so h a ve your t ransceiver respond automatically when you are p age d, as described in t he box at righ t. If you press y our PTT switch after receiving call, the Code (eith e r Individual o r Group) i s

As wi th t he au to-tia n spn d feat re, t he DTMF Co d e De l ay sel cto app lies to al l Pagi ng Codes.
brin g up th e co de sett in g d i splay, a nd the n t urn th e se lecto r kn ob o n e c li c k cl ockwi se (to di s pl a y
blinking 1 in t h e memory b ox). If, whil e you wer e do in g thi s, he j u st change d fro mp agin g to co de squ e lch mod e, wh en y o u aga in tra n s mit h e sho uld h ea r yo u, a nd yo u h ear him, witho u t t h e ringing.
With Co de S quel ch activ ate d in t his ma nner, yo u will hear three DTMF code digits at the start o f eac h of hi s tra n s missi ons, and y our set will al so tra nsmi t the same three digi ts wh en y ou press y our PTT sw itch. These d i gits a re t hose sto re d in t he c urre nt Co d e M emory, a nd they
will o pe n t h e s qu e lch of both stati ons. Th erefo r e, at t he start ofeach t ransmi ssi o n, yo u mu st wai t seco nd or two a fter press ing the PTT s wi tc h for the DTMF code to b e sen t a nd hi s sque lch to op en be fore yo u start s peakin g. Whe n you fini s h yo u r conve rsat io n , to reactivate DTMF Co de P aging, press PAGE t wi ce so CODE
that " PAG" i s again di spl aye d.

In Case of Problems

Although b asic op er ati o n of the FT-2400H is s imple, so me o f the ne we r feat ures may seem so me wh at compli cate d at fir st. The sma ll numbe r of control s b el i es th e v ariety o f feat ur es t h at are av a il abl e, and so me bu tto n s h a ve mo r e functi ons t h a n a re indi cate d by th eir l ab e ls. So it i s not difficul t to get l ost, at l east until y ou h a v e had the c ha nce to fa mili ari z e yo urself wi th all o f th e featur es. Thi s secti on p rovides so me tip s to he lp yo u n a vigate th e v ar io u s displ a y and butto n mo des.
M ain Fre qu e nc y Displ ay

" _

Repeate r Shift & AR S - press RPT

f-1 r-1 U. 11-1 -1

If t h e display s h ows nothin g at all, push t h e power switch, and check the p ower s upply con-
nections and the fuse in the power cable pigtail. If the fuse i s blown, y ou will need to find out and correct the cause b efore replacing it. R eplace the fuse only with one of the same type and capacity : 15-, fast-blow.
C TCSS Freq. & Beeper - press
F.9 " Th e dis play usually tells l ot abo u t the curre nt state o f oper at io n. With th e FR C-6 o p ti o n Step & Scan Res ume - press / in stall e d, th e di spl a y can take on ma ny differ _ e n t states. M ost of these are sh o wn at t he ri gh t, toget h er with th e bu tto n to press in eac h case to retu r n to the ma in (o p erati n g fr e qu en c y) di s ~ " E play. You will a l so see (pr ogra mm a ble) 4-l ette r DTMF Co d e Setti ng (op ti o n) - pr ess PAGE word di spl aye d in pl ace o f fre qu e nc y wh en

Memo r Cloning y

All memory data stored in one transceiver ca n be moved to another by co nnectin g the microphone j acks together with the optional clonaesu dealer. ing cable, available from your Y
Turn both t ransceivers off, and connect the
mic j ac ks together. Press and hold the F/ W buttons while turning the p ower switches on. All segments of the displays will be on.
Press the ~ button on the destination transceiver (the displ ay will show "C- Rx" in place of frequency).

Memory Backup

ceiver retains all settin gs and memories while power is off o r disconnecte d. If the transceiver looses its memories (but still operates properly), this b attery s hould be replaced. The front p anel must be removed to gain access to the battery, which is on the insid e of the front panel, just behind the memory box on the display. It should be replaced o nly be an Yaesu-authorized technician to ensur e that i t is installed properl y.
Normally, lithium b attery inside the trans-
Press the RP T bu tton on the source transceiver. The display will show "C- " while the data i s being transfer red, and shou ld then return to normal. If " E r r" app ears on the destin ation display, turn both transceivers off and try again. If the display of the destin ation transceiver remains all blank or all on, and you cannot turn the transceiver off, press the PTT switch (the display will change to " Err", and then hit the power switch to return to normal operation. Recheck your ca ble, and then try again.
Turn both transceiv ers off and remove the cloning cable.
s qu el ch status o ut pu t fr o m the ra di o to te ll the tn c wh en th e chan n e l i s clear. Co nnecti o ns between th e tn c a nd th e mi c r opho n e j ack of th e FT-2400H can b e mad e as indicate d in t h e tabl e b el ow. You must use an 8- pin mo dula r tel epho netyp e plu g fo r the mi c jack connectio n s. se shie lded cable fo r the audi o lines, a nd keep i t as s h ort as possibl e to avo id RF pi c kup.
re q uires late r- mode l We with PLL-tpe DC D c irc ui t, since the re is no r ea dily -access ibl e
Pac k et Radi o P acket rad i o o p e ratio n wi th the

FT-2400H

In te rn a l Adjustments
that y o u may wi sh to ma ke
In s id e the top cove r a re se v er a l a dj u st me n ts to m atch th e tr ansce iv e r to y o ur op eratin g re quire ments (the top cove r can b e r emoved as d escribe d on the next p age). You can adj u st the v olume o f t h e bu tto n b ee pe r ( r el ative to the fr on t pane l V O L co n tr ol ) by t h e BEEP t rimm er, a n d me dium and l o w p o we r o u tp ut le v els by the MI D and LOW trimme r s if yo u h ave VHF wattmeter. See t h e Ca u ti o n b ox b e lo w.

 

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