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SELECTING THE FREQUENCY BAND
The VX-7R covers an incredibly wide frequency range, over which a number of different operating modes are used. Therefore, the VX-7Rs frequency coverage has been divided into different operating bands, each of which has its own pre-set channel steps and operating modes. You can change the channel steps and operating modes later, if you like (see page 25).
BAND BC Band SW Band FM BC Band AIR Band VHF-TV Band Action Band 1 UHF TV Band Action Band MHz Ham Band 144 MHz Ham Band 222 MHz Ham Band 430 MHz Ham Band Main Band 0.5-1.8 MHz 1.8-30 MHz 59-108 MHz (88-108 MHz) 108-137 MHz 174-222 MHz 225-420 MHz 470-729 MHz (470-800 MHz) 800-999 MHz 30-59 MHz (30-88 MHz) 137-174 MHz 222-225 MHz () 420-470 MHz ( Sub Band 50-54 MHz 140-174 MHz 420-470 MHz ): EXP Version
To Change Operating Bands
1. Press the key repetitively. You will see the LCD indication move toward a higher frequency band each time you press the key. 2. If you wish to move the operating band selection downward (toward lower frequencies), press the key first, then press the key. 3. The VX-7R uses a dual VFO system (described previously). To switch TX/RX operation from the Main VFO to the Sub VFO instantly, press the key momentarily. Pressing the key will return the VX-7R to the Main VFO. The frequency band bearing the Large characters is the band on which transmission is possible; the band designated by Small characters may only be used for reception. 4. Once you have selected the desired band, you may initiate manual tuning (or scanning) per the discussions on the next page. Dual Receive Notice The VX-7R may receive very strong signals on the Image frequency, and/or the receiver sensitivity may be somewhat reduced by the combination of the Main and Sub band frequencies while Dual Receive operation is engaged. If you experience interference that you suspect may be coming in via an Image path, you may calculate the possible frequencies using the formulas below. This information may be used in the design of effective countermeasures such as traps, etc.

3.579545 MHz x n 11.7 MHz x n (n is an integer: 1, 2, 3, ) Main band freq. = (Sub band freq. 46.35 MHz) x n Sub band freq. = (Main band freq. 47.25 MHz) x n (@ Main band = NFM) Sub band freq. = (Main band freq. 45.8 MHz) x

n (@ Main band = WFM) 15

FREQUENCY NAVIGATION
The VX-7R will initially be operating in the VFO mode, as just described. This is a channelized system which allows free tuning throughout the currently-selected operating band. Three basic frequency navigation methods are available on the VX-7R:
1) Tuning Dial (Outer ring of dual control on Top Panel)
Rotation of the DIAL allows tuning in the pre-programmed steps established for the current operating band. Clockwise rotation of the DIAL causes the VX-7R to be tuned toward a higher frequency, while counter-clockwise rotation will lower the operating frequency. If you press the key momentarily, then rotate the DIAL, frequency steps of 1 MHz will be selected. This feature is extremely useful for making rapid frequency excursions over the wide tuning range of the VX-7R.
2) Direct Keypad Frequency Entry
The desired operating frequency may be entered directly from the keypad. The operating mode will automatically be set once the new frequency is entered via the keypad. To enter a frequency from the keypad, just press the numbered digits on the keypad in the proper sequence. There is no Decimal point key on the VX-7R, so if the frequency is below 100 MHz (e.g. 15.150 MHz), any required leading zeroes must be entered. However, there is a short-cut for frequencies ending in zero - press the key after the last non-zero digit. Examples: To enter 146.520 MHz, press To enter 15.255 MHz, press To enter 1.250 MHz (1250 kHz), press To enter 0.950 MHz (950 kHz), press To enter 430.000MHz, press

3) Scanning

key, then press the key. The VX-7R will begin scanFrom the VFO mode, press the ning toward a higher frequency, and will stop when it receives a signal strong enough to break through the Squelch threshold. The VX-7R will then hold on that frequency according to the setting of the RESUME mode (Menu Item: Scan Modes #3). See page 57 for details. If you wish to reverse the direction of the scan (i.e. toward a lower frequency, instead of a higher frequency), just rotate the DIAL one click in the counter-clockwise direction while the VX-7R is scanning. The scanning direction will be reversed. To revert to scanning toward a higher frequency once more, rotate the DIAL one click clockwise. Press the PTT switch momentarily to cancel the scanning.

AUDIO MUTING

The Audio Mute feature is useful in situations where it would be helpful to reduce the audio level of the Receive Only band (Small character display) whenever you receive a signal on the Main band (Large character display) during Dual Receive operation. To activate the Audio Mute feature: key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 1. Press the 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (Basic Operation #8: MUTE SET). 3. Press the or key to select ON (to enable Audio Mute feature). 4. Press the PTT switch to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. 5. To disable the Audio Mute feature, select OFF in step 3 above. When the Audio Mute feature is activated, the icon will appear on the display.

WEATHER BROADCAST RECEPTION
The VX-7R includes a unique feature which allows reception of weather broadcasts in the 160-MHz frequency range. Ten standard Weather Broadcast channels are pre-loaded into a special memory bank. To listen to a Weather Broadcast Channel or VHF Marine Channel: key, then press the key to recall the 1. Press the Weather Broadcast channels. 2. Turn the DIAL knob to select the desired Weather Broadcast channel. 3. If you wish to check the other channels for activity by scanning, just press the PTT switch. 4. To exit to normal operation, again the key, then press the key. Operation will return to the VFO or Memory channel you were operating on before you began Weather Broadcast operation. In the event of extreme weather disturbances, such as storms and hurricanes, the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) sends a weather alert accompanied by a 1050 Hz tone and subsequent weather report on one of the NOAA weather channels. You may disable the Weather Alert tone via Menu Item (Misc Setup #20 WX ALERT), if desired.

KEYBOARD LOCKING

In order to prevent accidental frequency change or inadvertent transmission, various aspects of the VX-7Rs keys and switches may be locked out. The possible lockout combinations are: KEY: Just the front panel keys are locked out DIAL: Just the top panel DIAL is locked out KEY+DIAL: Both the DIAL and Keys are locked out PTT: The PTT switch is locked (TX not possible) KEY+PTT: Both the keys and PTT switch are locked out DIAL + PTT:Both the DIAL and PTT switch are locked out ALL: All of the above are locked out To lock out some or all of the keys: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (Basic Setup #10: LOCK MODE). 3. Press the or key to choose between one of the locking schemes as outlined above. 4. When you have made your selection, press the PTT switch to save the new setting and resume normal operation. 5. To activate the locking feature, press and hold in the key for 2 seconds. The icon will appear on the LCD. key for To cancel locking, again press and hold the 2 seconds. Even when ALL keys have been locked out, one key actually is not locked out: the key remains available so you can unlock your keypad when you want to!

KEYPAD/LCD ILLUMINATION

Your VX-7R includes a reddish illumination lamp which aids in nighttime operation. The red illumination yields clear viewing of the display in a dark environment, with minimal degradation of your night vision. Three options for activating the lamp are provided: KEY Mode: Illuminates the Keypad/LCD for 5 seconds when any key pressed. CONTINUE Mode: Illuminates the Keypad/LCD continuously. OFF Mode: Disables the Keypad/LCD lamp.

Here is how to activate ARTS:
Basic ARTS Setup and Operation 1. Set your radio and the other radio(s) to the same DCS code number, per the discussion on page 31. 2. Press the key, then press the key. You will observe the OUT RANGE display on the LCD below the operating frequency. ARTS operation has now commenced. 3. Every 25 seconds, your radio will transmit a polling call to the other station. When that station responds with its own ARTS polling signal, the display will change to IN RANGE to confirm that the other stations polling code was received in response to yours.
4. Press the key, then press the functioning of the transceiver. key to exit ARTS operation and resume normal
ARTS wont work if you have used the Lock feature to disable the PTT! ARTS Polling Time Options The ARTS feature may be programmed to poll every 25 seconds (default value) or 15 seconds. The default value provides maximum battery conservation, because the polling signal is sent out less frequently. To change the polling interval: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (ARTS #2: ARTS ITERVAL). 3. Press the or key to select the desired polling interval (15 or 25 seconds). 4. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. ARTS Alert Beep Options The ARTS feature allows two kinds of alert beeps (with the additional option of turning them off), so as to alert you to the current status of ARTS operation. Depending on your location and the potential annoyance associated with frequent beeps, you may choose the Beep mode which best suits your needs. The choices are: IN RANGE: The beeps are issued only when the radio first confirms that you are within range, but does not re-confirm with beeps thereafter. ALWAYS: Every time a polling transmission is received from the other station, the alert beeps will be heard. OFF: No alert beeps will be heard; you must look at the display to confirm current ARTS status. To set the ARTS Beep mode, use the following procedure: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (ARTS #1: ARTS BEEP). or key to select the desired ARTS Beep 3. Press the mode (see above). 4. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

CW Identifier Setup The ARTS feature includes a CW identifier, as discussed previously. Every ten minutes during ARTS operation, the radio can be instructed to send DE (your callsign) K if this feature is enabled. The callsign field may contain up to 16 characters. Heres how to program the CW Identifier: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (ARTS #3: CW ID). 3. Press the key to enable changing of this Menu item. The indicator will blink on the LCD. 4. Press the or key to set the CW ID function to ON. 5. Rotate the DIAL one click clockwise to begin entry of the letters and numbers in your callsign. 6. Press the key or keyboard to set the first letter or number in your callsign. Example 1: Press the key to select any of the 7 available characters (including the slant bar for portable stations); or Example 2: Press the key repeatedly to toggle among the seven available characters associated with that key: A B C a b c 2 7. When the correct character has been selected, rotate the DIAL one click clockwise to move on to the next character. 8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 as many times as necessary to complete your callsign. Note that the slant bar ( ) is among the available characters, should you be a portable station. 9. Press the key to delete all data after the cursor that may have been previously stored erroneously. 10. When you have entered your entire callsign, press the key to confirm the callsign, then press the PTT key to save the settings and exit to normal operation. You may check your work by monitoring the entere callsign. To do this, repeat steps 1 - 3 above, then press the key.

DTMF OPERATION

The VX-7Rs 16-button keypad allows easy DTMF dialing for Autopatch, repeater control, or Internet-link access purposes. Besides numerical digits [0] through [9], the keypad includes the [*] and [#] digits, plus the [A], [B], [C], and [D] tones often used for repeater control.
Manual DTMF Tone Generation
You can generate DTMF tones during transmission manually. 1. Press the PTT switch to begin transmission. 2. While transmitting, press the desired numbers on the keypad. 3. When you have sent all the digits desired, release the PTT key.

DTMF Autodialer

Nine DTMF Autodial memories are provided, allowing you to store telephone numbers for autopatch use. You can also store short autopatch or Internet-link access code streams so as to avoid having to send them manually. Here is the DTMF Autodial storage procedure: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the Menu Item labeled (TSQ/DCS/DTMF #8: DTMF SET). 3. Press the key to enable adjustment of this Menu Item. 4. Press the or key to select the DTMF Memory register into which you wish to store this DTMF string. 5. Rotate the DIAL knob one click to begin DTMF Memory entry into the selected register. 6. Key in the DTMF digits you wish to store into this register. If needed, you may press key to store a Pause (rotate the DIAL one click clockwise to continue) or the press the key again to delete the previously-stored data after the cursor. 7. If you make a mistake, rotate the DIAL konb counterclockwise to back-space the cursor, re-enter the correct number. 8. Press the PTT switch to save the setting. To store other numbers, repeat this process, using a different DTMF memory register.

To send the telephone number: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (TSQ/DCS/DTMF #7: DTMF DIALER). 3. Press the or key to set the DTMF Autodialer function to the ON position. 4. Press the PTT switch to exit to normal operation and activate the DTMF Autodialer function (the icon will appear). 5. In the Autodialer function mode, first press the PTT key, then press the numerical key ( through ) corresponding to the DTMF memory string you wish to send. Once the string begins, you may release the PTT key, as the transmitter will be held on the air until the DTMF string is completed.
EMERGENCY CHANNEL OPERATION
The VX-7R includes an Emergency feature which may be useful if you have someone monitoring on the same frequency as your transceivers UHF Home channel. See page 47 for details on setting the Home channel. The Emergency feature is activated by pressing the key for 1/2 seconds.
When this is done, (A) the radio is placed on the UHF amateur band Home channel, (B) it emits a loud Alarm sound (the volume is controlled by the VOLUME knob), (C) it flashes the STROBE in sequential colors, (D) if you press the PTT key, you will disable the Emergency feature temporarily; you can then transmit on the UHF Home channel, and (E) two seconds after the PTT release, the Emergency feature will resume. To disable the Emergency feature, press the key for 1/2 seconds or turn the radio Off f (PWR) switch for 2 seconds. by pressing and holding in the Use this feature if you are out for a walk and want a quick way of alerting a family member as to a dangerous situation. The alarm sound may discourage an attacker and allow you to escape. 1) Be sure to arrange with a friend or family member to be monitoring on the same frequency, as there will be no identification sent via the Emergency alarm sound. And do not transmit the alarm tone except in a true emergency! 2) The STROBE may be changed to another function via Menu Item (Misc Setup #5: EMG SET ); see page 94.
ATT (FRONT END ATTENUATOR)
The attenuator will reduce all signals (and noise) by 20 dB, and it may be used to make reception more pleasant under extremely noisy conditions. 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (Misc Setup #18: ATT). 3. Press the or key to change the setting from OFF to ON. 4. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. 5. If you wish to disable the attenuator, just repeat the above procedure, pressing the or key to select OFF in step 3 above. When the attenuator is activated, the appear on the display. icon will
RECEIVE BATTERY SAVER SETUP
An important feature of the VX-7R is its Receive Battery Saver, which puts the radio to sleep for a time interval, periodically waking it up to check for activity. If somebody is talking on the channel, the VX-7R will remain in the active mode, then resume its sleep cycles. This feature significantly reduces quiescent battery drain, and you may change the amount of sleep time between activity checks using the Menu System: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (Save Modes #2: RX SAVE). 3. Press the or key to select the desired sleep duration. The selections available are 200 ms, 300 ms, 500 ms, 1 second, and 2 seconds, or OFF. The default value is 200 ms. 4. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. When you are operating on Packet, switch the Receive Battery Saver OFF, as the sleep cycle may collide with the beginning of an incoming Packet transmission, causing your TNC not to receive the full data burst.

During MR (Memory Recall) operation, the alphanumeric Tag will appear below the frequency display. The alphanumeric Tag does not appear if you activate the Dual Receive Operation.

Memory Offset Tuning

Once you have recalled a particular memory channel, you may easily tune off that channel, as though you were in the VFO mode. 1. With the VX-7R in the MR (Memory Recall) mode, select the desired memory channel. 2. Now press and hold in the key for 1/2 second. The MR indicator will be replaced by one which says MT (Memory Tuning). 3. Rotate the DIAL, as desired, to tune to a new frequency. The synthesizer steps selected for VFO operation on the current band will be the steps used during Memory Tuning. 4. If you wish to return to the original memory frequency, press and hold in the key for 1/2 second. The MT indicator will be replaced by MR. 5. If you wish to store a new frequency set during Memory Tuning, just press and hold in the key for 1/2 second, per normal memory storage procedure. The microprocessor will automatically set itself to the next-available clear memory location, and you then press again to lock in the new frequency. If you want to replace the original memory contents with those of the new frequency, be sure to rotate the DIAL to the original memory channel number! Any required CTCSS/DCS changes, or repeater offset modifications, must be done before storing the data into the new (or original) memory channel location.

Masking Memories

There may be situations where you want to Mask memories so they are not visible during memory selection or scanning. For example, several memories used only in a city you visit infrequently may be stored, then Masked until you visit that city, at which time you can Unmask them for normal use. 1. Press the key, if needed, to enter the MR mode. 2. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second, then rotate the DIAL to select the memory channel to be Masked from view. 3. Press the key. The display will revert to memory channel #1. If you rotate the DIAL to the location you just Masked, you will observe that it is now invisible. 4. To Unmask the hidden memory, repeat the above procedure: press and hold in the key for 1/2 second, rotate the DIAL to select the masked memorys umber, then press to restore the memory channels data. Watch out! You can manually store data over a Masked memory, deleting previous data, if youre not careful. Use the next available memory technique (look for the [] icon) storage technique to avoid over-writing a masked memory.

Memory Group Operation

Memory Group Assignment 1. Recall the memory channel to be assigned to a Memory Group. 2. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 seconds, then press the numbered key ( you want as the Memory Group for this channel. 3. Now memory channel data is copied into the Memory Group.
Memory Group Recall 1. Set the radio to the Memory mode on the Main Band by pressing the key, if necessary. 2. Press the key, then press the key to recall the Special Memory Menu. 3. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the 2 MR Group mode. 4. Press the PTT switch to activate the Memory Group mode. 5. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the desired Memory Group (MG1 ~ MG9). 6. Press the key momentarily to lock in the selected Memory Group. 7. In the Memory Group mode of operation, you can only select memory channels in the current memory group (up to 48 channels). 8. To change the Memory Group to another Group, press the key momentarily, then rotate the DIAL knob. 9. To exit from Memory Group operation, recall the Special Memory Menu (press + ) then change its setting to 1 OFF.
Moving Memory Data to the VFO
Data stored on memory channels can easily be moved to VFO, if you like. 1. Select the memory channel containing the frequency data to be moved to VFO. 2. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second, then press the key. The data will now have been copied to VFO, although the original memory contents will remain intact on the previously-stored channel. If a Split Frequency Memory channel was transferred, the Tx frequency will be ignored (you will be set up for Simplex operation on the Receive frequency).

Memory Only Mode

Once memory channel programming has been completed, you may place the radio in a Memory Only mode, whereby VFO operation is impossible. This may be particularly useful during public-service events where a number of operators may be using the radio for first time, and ultimate simplicity of channel selection is desired. To place the radio into the Memory Only mode, turn the radio off. Now press and hold in the key while turning the radio on. To return to normal operation, repeat the above power-on procedure.

HYPER MEMORY MODE

The VX-7R usually stores, into memory, the operating frequency and some aspects of operating status (such as CTCSS/DCS data, repeater shift, power level etc.). However, the Hyper Memory Mode allows you to store the total current configuration of the radio into a special Hyper memory bank. For example, a Hyper Memory location may store the frequencies of both the Main and Sub bands, plus Spectrum Scope operational status, Scanning features, etc.

Hyper Memory Storage

1. Set up the transceiver according to the desired configuration, including parameters such as Spectrum Scope operation, PMS scanning, etc. 2. Press and hold in the numeric key ( through ), corresponding to the Hyper Memory channel into which you wish to store this configuration, for 2 seconds. In order to prevent accidental storage, the Hyper Memory Storage feature may be locked out via Menu Item (Basic Setup #14 HYPER WRITE ).

Hyper Memory Recall

1. Press the key, then press the key, to recall the Special Memory Menu. 2. Rotate the DIAL konb to select the 4 HYP mode. 3. Press the PTT switch to activate the Hyper Memory mode. 4. Press the appropriate numeric key ( through ) to recall the desired Hyper Memory channel. 5. To exit the Hyper Memory mode, recall the Special Memory Menu (press + ), then change its setting to 1 OFF.

ONE-TOUCH MEMORY MODE

The One-Touch feature allows you to recall up to ten favorite frequencies directly via the numeric ( through ) keys.

One-Touch Memory Storage

1. Select the desired frequency, while operating in the VFO mode. Be sure to set up any desired CTCSS or DCS tones, as well as any desired repeater offset. The power level may also be set at this time, if you wish to store it. 2. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second. 3. Within five seconds of releasing the key, rotate the DIAL to select the desired One-Touch Memory channel, which will be labeled OTM0 through OTM9. 4. Press the key once more to store the frequency into the selected One-Touch Memory. 5. You still will be operating in the VFO mode, so you may now enter other frequencies, and store them into additional One-Touch Memory locations, by repeating the above process.

One-Touch Memory Recall

Set the VX-7R to Mono band operation on the Main band. Press the key, then press the key to recall the Special Memory Menu. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the 3 OTM mode. Press the PTT switch to activate the One-Touch Memory mode. 5. Press the numeric key ( through ) corresponding to the One-Touch memory you wish to recall. 6. To exit the One-Touch Memory mode, recall the Special Memory Menu (press + ), then change its setting to 1 OFF. 1. 2. 3. 4.

PROGRAMMABLE (BAND LIMIT) MEMORY SCAN (PMS)
This feature allows you to set sub-band limits for either scanning or manual VFO operation. For example, you might with to set up a limit (in North America) of 144.300 MHz to 148.000 MHz so as to prevent encroachment into the SSB/CW Weak Signal portion of the band below 144.300 MHz. Heres how to do this: 1. Set the radio to the VFO mode by pressing the key, if necessary. 2. Using the techniques learned earlier, store (per the above concept) 144.300 MHz into Memory Channel #L1 (the L designates the Lower sub-band limit). 3. Likewise, store 148.000 MHz into Memory Channel #U1 (the U designates the Upper sub-band limit). 4. Switch to the Memory mode by pressing the key once, then rotate the DIAL to select Memory Channel # L1. 5. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to start PMS operation; the MR label will be replaced by PMS in the upper left-hand corner of the display. Tuning and canning will now be limited within the just-programmed range. 6. 20 pairs of Band Limit memories, labeled L1/U1 through L20/U20 are available. You therefore can set upper and lower operation limits on a number of bands, if you like.
PRIORITY CHANNEL SCANNING (DUAL WATCH)
The VX-7Rs scanning features include a two-channel scanning capability which allows you to operate on a VFO or Memory channel, while periodically checking a user-defined Memory Channel for activity. If a station is received on the Memory Channel which is strong enough to open the Squelch, the scanner will pause on that station in accordance with the Scan-Resume mode set via Menu Item (Scan Modes #3: RESUME). See page 56. Here is the procedure for activating Priority Channel Dual Watch operation: key momentarily to enter the Memory Recall mode, if you are not using 1. Press the memories already. key for 1/2 second, then select the memory channel you 2. Press and hold in the wish to be the Priority channel. 3. Press the key. When rotate the DIAL to select the Priority channel, a P icon (for the Main band priority channel) or p icon (for the Sub band priority channel) will appear to the right of the MR icon, indicating it is the Priority channel. 3. Now set the VX-7R for operation on another memory channel, or on a VFO frequency. 4. Press the key, then press the key. The display will remain on the VFO or memory channel selected, but every five seconds the VX-7R will check the Priority Channel for activity.

1) The VX-7Rs Weather Forecast feature will only work properly if the altitude remains constant. 2) The VX-7Rs Weather Forecast feature will not be accurate when in the immediate vicinity of an approaching hurricane/typhoon, on the boundary of a stationary front, etc. 3) The VX-7Rs Weather Forecast feature is designed to be a supplemental aid for the information of the user. It must not be relied upon as a primary weather forecasting tool, and Vertex Standard is not responsible for any damage or other liability arising from its use.

SENSOR MODE OPTIONS

Clock Set
The VX-7R has a 24-hour clock with a calendar which covers all dates from January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2099 (accuracy: 30 sec/month). To set the clock: 1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the Menu Item labeled (Misc Setup #16: TIME SET). 3. Press the key to enable setting of this Menu Item. 4. Press the or key to select the year setting. 5. Rotate the DIAL one click clockwise, then press the or key to select the month setting. 6. Repeat the above step to set the day, day of the week, hour, and minute selections. or key to select Timer 7. Rotate the DIAL one click clockwise, then press the Signal On (SIG) or Off (). 8. Rotate the DIAL one click clockwise, press the key to start the clock from 00 seconds. 9. When you have finished the time setup, press the PTT key to save the new setting and return to normal operation. The VX-7Rs has a rechargeable Li-Ion battery cell used just for the clock. Therefore, the VX-7R can maintain its clock data for approximately two months without using the main battery pack or external DC power.
Selecting the Wave-Form Display
1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set Mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (Measurements #2: WAVE MONITOR). 3. Press the or key to select the desired wave form (RX SIGNAL, TX MODULATION, or All). 4. Press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
Selecting the Units of Temperature Display
1. Press the key, then press the key to enter the Set Mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL to select the Menu Item labeled (Measurements #3: TEMP UNIT). 3. Press the or key to select the preferred unit (C or F). 4. Press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
Selecting the Unit of Atmospheric Pressure Meter (Barometer)

TIME/DC/TEMP/WAVE/BARO2/ ALTI2/WX2/OFF ALL/RX SIGNAL/TX MODULATION C/F 3 hpa/mbar/mmHg/inch 3 m/ft 3 OFF/30 min/1 hour/3 hours/ 5 hours/8 hours OFF/200mS(1:1)/300mS(1:1.5)/ 500mS(1:2.5)/1s(1:5)/2s(1:10) ON/OFF OFF/1 min/2.5 min/5 min/10 min OFF/00:00 ~ 23:59 OFF/00:00 ~ 23:59 IN RANGE/ALWAYS/OFF 15 SEC/25 SEC ON/OFF HOME/REV MONI/T-CAL3 FUNC/MONI BEEP+STROBE/BEEP/ STROBE1/STROBE2/STROBE3/ STROBE4/ STROBE5/BEAM ON/OFF OFF/HIGH/LOW 0.5S/1S/2S ON/OFF ALL/BAND ON/OFF ON/OFF ENGLISH/JAPANESE ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF

ARTS Misc Setup

Save Modes
#6 [HALF DEVIATION] #7 [VOX SENS] #8 [VOX DELAY] #9 [BAND LINK] #10 [VFO MODE] #11 [FONT EDITOR] #12 [ICON SET] #13 [ICON EDITOR] #14 [ICON SELECT] #15 [CLOCK SHIFT] #16 [TIME SET] #17 [LANGUAGE] #18 [ATT] #19 [MIC MONITOR] #20 [WX ALERT]
1: Depends on the Frequency Band.
3: Depends on the Transceiver Version.
Basic Setup #1 [SQL NFM] Function: Sets the Squelch threshold level for the AM and FM-Narrow modes. Available Values: 0 ~ 15 Default: 1 Basic Setup #2 [SQL WFM] Function: Sets the Squelch threshold level for the FM-Wide mode. Available Values: 0 ~ 8 Default: 2 Basic Setup #3 [VFO STEP] Function: Setting of the synthesizer steps. Available Values: 5/9/10/12.5/15/20/25/50/100 kHz Default: Depends on the transceiver version. Basic Setup #4 [RX MODE] Function: Selects the Operating mode. Available Values: AUTO/N-FM/AM/W-FM Default: AUTO (Mode automatically changes according to operating frequency) Basic Setup #5 [ARS] Function: Enables/disables the Automatic Repeater Shift function. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON Basic Setup #6 [SHIFT ] Function: Sets the magnitude of the Repeater Shift. Available Values: 0.00 ~ 99.95 MHz Default: Depends on the transceiver version. Basic Setup #7 [RPT SHIFT ] Function: Sets the Repeater Shift Direction Available Values: +RPT/+RPT/SIMP Default: Depends on the transceiver version. Basic Setup #8 [MUTE SET] Function: Enables/disables the Audio Mute feature while using Dual Band reception. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF Basic Setup #9 [KEY BEEP] Function: Enables/disables the Keypad beeper. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON
Basic Setup #10 [LOCK MODE] Function: Selects the Control Locking lockout combination. Available Values: KEY/DIAL/KEY+DIAL/PTT/KEY+PTT/DIAL+PTT/ALL Default: KEY Basic Setup #11 [NAME SET] Function: Stores Alpha-Numeric Tags for the Memory channels. See page 48 for details. Basic Setup #12 [MEMORY WRITE MODE] Function: Selects the method of selection of channels for Memory Storage. Available Values: LOWER CH/NEXT CH Default: LOWER CH LOWER CH: Stores in the next-available free channel NEXT CH: Store in the memory channel which is next-highest from the last-stored memory channel. Basic Setup #13 [MEMORY SCAN MODE] Function: Selects what action will happen on a flagged Memory Channel. Available Values: OFF/SKIP/PREFERENTIAL Default: OFF SKIP: The scanner will skip the flagged channels during scanning. PREFERENTIAL: The scanner will only scan channels that are flagged (Preferential Scan List). Basic Setup #14 [HYPER WRITE] Function: Enables/disables the Hyper Memory Write feature Available Values: ENABLE/DISABLE Default: ENABLE Display Setup #1 [BUSY LED] Function: Enables/disables the BUSY LED (STROBE) while the Squelch is open. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON (STROBE lights up when the Squelch is open) Display Setup #2 [CONTRAST] Function: Setting of the Display contrast level. Available Values: 1 ~ 10 Default: 7 Display Setup #3 [DIMMER] Function: Setting of the Display brightness level. Available Values: 1 ~ 12 Default: 10

Misc Setup #6 [HALF DEVIATION] Function: Reducing the Deviation level by 50%. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF Misc Setup #7 [VOX SENS] Function: Enables/disables VOX operation; sets VOX sensitivity. Available Values: OFF/HIGH/LOW Default: OFF Misc Setup #8 [VOX DELAY] Function: Selects the VOX delay (hang) time. Available Values: 0.5S/1S/2S Default: 0.5S Misc Setup #9 [BAND LINK] Function: Enables/disables the BAND Link feature. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF When this feature is set to ON, the Main and Sus bands are slaved so that they change frequency together. Misc Setup #10 [VFO MODE] Function: Selects or disables the VFO Band edge for the current band. Available Values: ALL/BAND Default: BAND ALL: When the VFO frequency reaches the high edge of the current band, the VFO frequency will jump to the low band edge of the next band (or vice versa). BAND: When the VFO frequency reaches the high band edge of the current band, the VFO frequency will jump to the low band edge of the current band (or vice versa). Misc Setup #11 [FONT EDITOR] Function: Editing of the User font. See page 77 for details. Misc Setup #12 [ICON SET] Function: Enables/disables the Icon display. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF Misc Setup #13 [ICON EDITOR] Function: Editing of the User Icon. See page 74 for details. Misc Setup #14 [ICON SELECT ] Function: ICON selection. See page 73 for details.
Misc Setup #15 [CLOCK SHIFT ] Function: Shifting of CPU clock frequency. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF This function is only used to move a spurious response birdie, should it fall on a desired frequency. Misc Setup #16 [TIME SET] Function: Sets the Clock time. See page 69 for details. Misc Setup #17 [LANGUAGE] Function: Selects the language for the Set (Menu) mode selections. Available Values: ENGLISH/JAPANESE Default: ENGLISH Misc Setup #18 [ATT] Function: Enables/disables the Front-end Attenuator. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF Misc Setup #19 [MIC MONITOR] Function: Enables/disables the Microphone Monitor feature. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF Misc Setup #20 [WX ALERT ] Function: Enables/disables the Weather Alert Feature Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF

INSTALLATION

OF THE

SU-1 (OPTION)

1. Make sure that the transceiver is off. Remove the hard or soft case, if used. 2. Remove the battery pack. 3. Locate the connector for the SU-1 under the caution seal in the battery compartment on the back of the radio, just peel off the caution seal. 4. Align the connector on the SU-1 with the transceivers connector and gently press the unit into place. 5. Affix the new (supplied) caution seal, and replace the battery. 6. Installation is now complete.

Important note

The Barometric Pressure/Altitude features of the optional SU-1 are designed to be supplemental aids for the information of the user, and are not intended to be a substitute for accurate, calibrated Barometer or Altimeter devices used for navigation critical to personal safety.

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Receiver Signal Flow

The VX-7R includes five receiver front ends, each optimized for a particular frequency range and mode combination. (1) Triplexer Signals between 0.5 and 540 MHz received at the antenna terminal pass through a first low-pass filter composed of C1266, C1269, C1289, C1291, C1296, C1297, L1059, L1060, L1067 and L1068. Received 430-MHz signals, after passing through the low-pass filter, are fed to the UHF T/R switch circuit composed of diode switch D1048 (RLS135), D1051 (1SV307). Received 145-MHz signals, after passing through the low-pass filter, are fed to the VHF T/R switch circuit composed of diode switch D1053 (RLS135), D1054 (1SV307). Received 50-MHz signals, after passing through the lowpass filter, are fed to the 50MHz T/R switch circuit composed of diode switch D1058 (RLS135), D1059 (1SV307). (2) 145-MHz Band and 76-300MHz Reception Received signals between 76 and 300 MHz pass through the Triplexer circuit, low-pass filter/high-pass filter circuit, VHF T/R switch circuit and protector diode D1002 (1SS362) before additional filtering by a band-pass filter prior to application to RF amplifier Q1004 (2SC5555). The amplified RF signal is passed through a band-pass filter to first mixer Q1012 (2SC5555). Meanwhile, VHF output from the VCO-UNIT is amplified by Q1017 (2SC5374) and applied through diode T/R switch D1041 (DAN222) to mixer Q1012 as the first local signal. The 47.25-MHz intermediate frequency product of the mixer is delivered to the AF-UNIT. The TUNE voltage from the CPU on the CNTL-UNIT is amplified by DC amplifier Q3017 (NJU7007F2) and applied to varactors D1020 and D1022 (HVC369B), D1019, D1021, D1023, D1024, D1033 and D1036 (1SV325) in the variable frequency band-pass filters. By changing the electrostatic capacitance of the varactors, optimum filter characteristics are provided for each specific operating frequency.
passed through a band-pass filter to first mixer Q1013 (2SC4915-0). Meanwhile, HF output from the VCO-UNIT is amplified by Q1018 and applied through diode T/R switch D1046 to mixer Q1013 as the first local signal. The 47.25-MHz intermediate frequency product of the mixer is delivered to the AF-UNIT. The TUNE voltage from the CPU on the CNTL-UNIT is amplified by DC amplifier Q3017 and applied to varactors D1013 (HVR100) in the variable frequency band-pass filters. By changing the electrostatic capacitance of the varactors, optimum filter characteristics are provided for each specific operating frequency. (6) 540 - 999 MHz Reception Received signals between 540 and 999 MHz pass through the high-pass filter circuit, T/R switch D1004 (1SV271) prior to application to RF amplifier Q1002 (2SC5277). The amplified RF signal is passed through a band-pass filter to first mixer Q1010 (2SC5277). Meanwhile, UHF output from the VCO-UNIT is amplified by Q1016 and applied through diode T/R switch D1045 to mixer Q1010 as the first local signal. The 47.25-MHz intermediate frequency product of the mixer is delivered to the AF-UNIT. The TUNE voltage from the CPU on the CNTL-UNIT is amplified by DC amplifier Q3017 and applied to varactors D1015 and D1017 (HVC355B) in the variable frequency band-pass filters. By changing the electrostatic capacitance of the varactors, optimum filter characteristics are provided for each specific operating frequency. (7) 47.25-MHz First Intermediate Frequency The 47.25-MHz first intermediate frequency from the first mixers is delivered from the RF-UNIT to the AF-UNIT through jacks J1008 and J2001. On the AF-UNIT, the IF for AM and FM-narrow signals is passed through NAR/ WIDE switch D2001 (DAP222) and the 47.25-MHz monolithic crystal filter (MCF) XF2001 to narrow IF amplifier Q2002 (2SC4915-0) for input to pin 16 of the Narrow IF IC Q2016 (TA31136FN), after amplitude limiting by D2003 (DA221). Meanwhile, a portion of the output of 11.7-MHz crystal X1001 on the RF-UNIT is multiplied fourfold by Q2004 (2SC4915-0) and Q2012 (2SC4154E) to provide the 46.8MHz second local signal, applied to the Narrow IF IC. Within the IC, this signal is mixed with the 47.25-MHz first intermediate frequency signal to produce the 450 kHz second intermediate frequency. This second IF is filtered by ceramic filter CF2002 (ALFYM450F=k) and amplified by the limiting amplifier within the Narrow IF IC before quadrature detection by ceramic discriminator CD2001 (CDBM450C7). Demodulated audio is passed from pin 9 of the Narrow IF IC through the "Mute" analog switch Q2029 (2SJ364) and squelch gate Q2036 (2SJ364) before de-emphasis at Q2028 (DTC144EE). The resulting audio is amplified by AF amplifier Q2040 (TDA7233D) and fed through the MIC/EAR jack J2002 to internal speaker SP1001 or an external earphone. (8) Squelch Control Signal components in the neighborhood of 15 kHz contained in the discriminator output pass through an active band-pass filter composed of R2059, R2060, R2062, C2076, C2078 and the operational amplifier between pins 7 and 8 within Narrow IF IC Q2016. They are then rectified by D2012 and D2013 (MC2850) to obtain a DC voltage corresponding to the level of noise. This voltage is fed to pin 49 of CPU Q3035 (HD6472237TF10), which compares the input voltage with a previously set threshold. When the input voltage drops below the threshold, normally due to the presence of a carrier, the CPU turns on squelch gate Q2036 and allows any demodulated audio to pass. At the same time, Q3001 and/or Q3003 and/or Q3004 goes on, causing the BUSY/TX lamp D3033 (FRGB1312CE-10-TF) to light. Transmitter Signal Flow (1) 145-MHz-Band Transmit/Receive Switching Closing PTT switch S2002 on the AF-UNIT pulls the base of Q3008 (DTA144EE) low, causing the collector to go high. This signal is fed to pin 33 (PTT) of CPU Q3035, allowing the CPU to recognize that the PTT switch has been pushed. When the CPU detects closure of the PTT switch, pin 10 (TX) goes high. This control signal is delivered to the RF-UNIT, where it switches Q1044 (UMW1) and Q1043 (CPH6102) to produce the TX control signal that activates Q1046 (2SA1774). At the same time, PLL division data is fed to PLL IC Q1019 (MB15A01PFV1) from the CPU, to disable the receiver power saver. Also, it switches Q1048 (KRC654U) to disable the receiver circuits. This causes the "red" mode of BUSY/TX lamp D3033 to light.

Required Test Equipment

H RF Signal Generator with calibrated output level at 500 MHz H Deviation H In-line
Meter (linear detector) Wattmeter with 5% accuracy at 500 MHz H 50-ohm, 10-W RF Dummy Load H 8-ohm AF Dummy Load H Regulated DC Power Supply adjustable from 3 to 15 V DC, 3A H Frequency Counter: 0.2-ppm accuracy at 500 MHz H AF Signal Generator H AC Voltmeter H DC Voltmeter: high impedance H UHF Sampling Coupler H SINAD Meter
Alignment Preparation & Precautions
A 10-W RF dummy load and in-line wattmeter must be connected to the main antenna jack in all procedures that call for transmission, alignment is not possible with an antenna. After completing one step, read the next step to see if the same test equipment is required. If not, remove the test equipment (except dummy load and wattmeter, if connected) before proceeding. Correct alignment requires that the ambient temperature be the same as that of the transceiver and test equipment, and that this temperature be held constant between 68~86F (20~30C). When the transceiver is brought into the shop from hot or cold air, it should be allowed some time to come to room temperature before alignment. Whenever possible, alignments should be made with oscillator shields and circuit boards firmly affixed in place. Also, the test equipment must be thoroughly warmed up before beginning. Note: Signal levels in dB referred to in the alignment procedure are based on 0 dB=0.5 V (closed circuit).
RF Signal Generator 50-ohm RF Load In-Line Wattmeter Deviation Meter Frequency Counter

Sampling Coupler

8-ohm AF Load SINAD Meter

Alignment Setup

Test Setup
Set up the test equipment as shown below for transceiver alignment, and apply 8.7 V DC power to the transceiver. Refer to the drawings for Alignment Points. Squelch Preset Threshold (THLD SQL) [86] H Inject a 15.0 dB RF signal (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Squelch Preset Tight (TIGH SQL)
H Adjust the generator level to 5.0 dB, then press the V/
Internal System Alignment Routine
This uses a programmed routine in the transceiver which simplifies many previously complex discrete component settings and adjustments with digitally-controlled settings via front panel buttons and LCD indications. To begin, set the transceiver to the center of the 50 MHz, 144 MHz, 222 MHz and 430 MHz bands. Next, select the 430 MHz band, then turn the transceiver off. Now, press and hold in the MON/F, and 0 buttons (at the same time) while powering the radio on again. The display will show the first setting. Thereafter, the frequencies used during alignment will automatically be set without action by the technician. In the alignment process, each adjustment is selected by rotating the DIAL. Alignment is performed by: H Pressing the V/M button; H Injecting a signal of the required frequency and level; then H Pressing the V/M button after a level setting or adjustment is made. This second pressing of the MON/ F button stores the entry. To exit the alignment routine, press the HM/RV button. After performing the system alignment in its entirety, individual settings can be returned to and adjusted should the need arise. As each transceiver is individually optimized at the factory, the precise settings for the transceiver on your bench may be slightly different.

M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter S-1 Adjustment (S1 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to 7.0 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter Full-Scale Adjustment (S9 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to +19 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Wide-FM S-Meter S-1 Adjustment (S1 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to 0 dB (1 kHz tone @ 20 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Wide-FM S-Meter Full-Scale Adjustment (S9 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to +20 dB (1 kHz tone @ 20 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. The alignment frequency will now be automatically set to 430.000 MHz. High TX Power Adjustment (HI POWER)

H Transmit,

Main Band Alignment
PLL Reference Frequency (PLL REF) Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the counter frequency to 440.000 (300 Hz) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.
and adjust the output power level for 5.0 W (0.3 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.

430 MHz band Alignment

Squelch Hysteresis Adjustment (HIS SQL) H Rotate the DIAL for minimum squelch hysteresis. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.
L3 Tx Power Adjustment (L3 POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 2.5 W (0.2 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. L2 Tx Power Adjustment (L2 POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 1.0 W (0.1 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.
L1 Tx Power Adjustment (L1 POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 50 mW (+50/-30 mW) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. TX Deviation Adjustment (MAX DEV)

H Press

the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for 0.6 kHz (0.1 kHz) (USA Version: 0.9 kHz (0.1 kHz)) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.
Press the BAND button to activate the 50 MHz band internal alignment routine. The alignment frequency will automatically be set to 52.100 MHz.

50 MHz Band Alignment

Squelch Preset Threshold (THLD SQL) H Inject a 15.0 dB RF signal (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Squelch Preset Tight (TIGH SQL)
H Adjust the generator level to 4.0 dB, then press the V/M
button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter S-1 Adjustment (S1 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to 7.0 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter Full-Scale Adjustment (S9 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to +19 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Wide-FM S-Meter S-1 Adjustment (S1 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to 0 dB (1 kHz tone @ 20 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Wide-FM S-Meter Full-Scale Adjustment (S9 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to +20 dB (1 kHz tone @ 20 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. The alignment frequency will now be automatically set to 50.000 MHz. High TX Power Adjustment (HI POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 5.0 W (0.3 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. L3 Tx Power Adjustment (L3 POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 2.5 W (0.2 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. L2 Tx Power Adjustment (L2 POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 1.0 W (0.1 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.
MIC jack. Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for4.5 kHz (0.2 kHz) (USA Version: (4.2 0.2 kHz)) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. AM Modulation (AM MOD) H Inject a 1 kHz audio tone at a level of 100 mV (rms) to the MIC jack. Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the modulation for 60% (10%) by rotating the DIAL, then press and hold in the MON/F button for one second. CTCSS Tx Deviation Adjustment (TN 67.0) H Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for 0.6 kHz (+0.05/-0.1 kHz) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. CTCSS Tx Deviation Adjustment (TN 167.9) H Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for 0.6 kHz (+0.05/-0.1 kHz) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. CTCSS Tx Deviation Adjustment (TN 254.1) H Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for 0.6 kHz (+0.05/-0.1 kHz) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. DCS Tx Deviation Adjustment (DCS DEV)

the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for 0.6 kHz (0.1 kHz) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.
Press the MON/F button to activate the TX Power and Deviation alignment routine. The alignment frequency will automatically be set to 54.000 MHz. High TX Power Adjustment (HI POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 5.0 W (0.3 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.
High TX Power Adjustment (L3 POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 2.5 W (0.2 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. High TX Power Adjustment (L2 POWER)
Press the BAND button to activate the 145 MHz band internal alignment routine. The alignment frequency will automatically be set to 145.100 MHz (USA Version: 146.100 MHz).
and adjust the output power level for 1.0 W (0.1 W) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.

144 MHz Band Alignment

Squelch Hysteresis Adjustment (HIS SQL) H Rotate the DIAL for minimum squelch hysteresis. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Squelch Preset Threshold (THLD SQL) H Inject a 15.0 dB RF signal (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Squelch Preset Tight (TIGH SQL) H Adjust the generator level to 4.0 dB, then press the V/ M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter S-1 Adjustment (S1 LEVEL)
High TX Power Adjustment (L1 POWER) H Transmit, and adjust the output power level for 50 mW (+50/-30 mW) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. TX Deviation Adjustment (MAX DEV)
MIC jack. Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for 4.5 kHz (0.2 kHz) (USA Version: 4.2 kHz (0.2 kHz)) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. AM Modulation (AM MOD) H Inject a 1 kHz audio tone at a level of 100mV (rms) to the MIC jack. Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the modulation for 60% (10%) by rotating the DIAL. CTCSS Tx Deviation Adjustment (TN 67.0) H Press the V/M button, then transmit and adjust the deviation for 0.6 kHz (+0.05/-0.1 kHz) by rotating the DIAL, then press the V/M button. Rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. CTCSS Tx Deviation Adjustment (TN 167.9)

H Adjust the generator level to 6.0 dB, then press the V/M
S-Meter Full-Scale Adjustment (S9 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to +19 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button. Press the BAND button to activate the 144 MHz SUB band internal alignment routine. The alignment frequency will automatically be set to 145.100 MHz (USA Version: 146.100 MHz).
button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter S-1 Adjustment (S1 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to 7.0 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter Full-Scale Adjustment (S9 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to +20 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button. Press the BAND button to activate the 50 MHz SUB band internal alignment routine. The alignment frequency will automatically be set to 52.100 MHz.
144 MHz SUB Band Alignment
Squelch Hysteresis Adjustment (HIS SQL) H Rotate the DIAL for minimum squelch hysteresis. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Squelch Preset Threshold (THLD SQL) H Inject a 15.0 dB RF signal (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. Squelch Preset Tight (TIGH SQL) H Adjust the generator level to 6.0 dB, then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter S-1 Adjustment (S1 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to 7.0 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting. S-Meter Full-Scale Adjustment (S9 LEVEL) H Adjust the generator level to +19 dB (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then presses the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button. This completes the internal alignment routine for all bands. To save all settings and exit, press the HM/RV button.
50 MHz SUB Band Alignment
Squelch Preset Threshold (THLD SQL) Inject a 13.0 dB RF signal (1 kHz tone @ 3.5 kHz deviation), then press the V/M button, then press the MON/F button twice. Press the V/M button, then rotate the DIAL to select the next setting.

2.3V (2.3V) 2.9V (2.9V) UL:0V 0V (0V) UL:2.9V 0V (0V)

50M: 1.99V (2.07V)

0.66V (0.66V) 0V (2.9V)
1.55V (1.6V) SAVE:2.94V 2.25V (1.6V) 0V (5.5V) 50M RX:0V 0V (0V) 50M RX:0.45V
AM RX:+12dB 10dB SN 0.1F Coupling Capacitor. 0V (0V) SW RX:2.95V 0V (0V) AM RX:2.61V 0V~6.43V (0V)

6.47V (6.47V)

0V (2.9V) (AMTX:2.38V)

0V (2.5V) (AMTX:0V)

0.2V (0V) 430M RX:2.13V 0.66V (0V) 430M RX:2.7V 0V (2.9V) AMRX:1.84V (AMTX:2.9V) 50M: 2.77V (0.48V)
0V (0V) AM:2.5V (AM:2.5V)
SHIFT ON:2.86V SHIFT OFF:0V 0V (0V)

13.8V (13.6V)

EXT DC IN 13.8V :RX, ( ):TX
Parts Layout A B C D a b c d

Side A Side B

NJM12902V (Q1022)

MB15A01PFV1 (Q1019)

UMW1 (W1) (Q1044)
2SA1774 (FR) (Q1033, 1036, 1038, 1046, 1052)

2SK3475 (Q1023)

KRC654U-RTK (Q1040, 1048, 1049)
HN2D01FU (A1) (D1045, 1046)
1SS321 (F9) (D1047) DAN222 (N) (D1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1027, 1028, 1041, 1043, 1044, 1063) 1SS385 (09) (D1050)

CPH6102 (AB) (Q1043)

UMD6N (D6) (Q1015)

DTC143ZE (E23) (Q1025)

DTA144EE (16) (Q1021)

HN1J02FU (KS) (Q1031)

DTC144EE (26) (Q1001, 1026, 1029, 1030, 1034, 1035, 1042, 1051, 1053)
2SC4154E (LE) (Q1032) 2SC5226 (LN) (Q1014, 1024) 2SC5277 (D2) (Q1002, 1010) 2SC5374 (NA) (Q1016, 1017, 1018) 2SC4915 (QY) (Q1008, 1009, 1013, 1020) 2SC5555ZD (ZD-) (Q1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1011, 1012)

2SK3476 (Q1027)

KRA755U-RTK (Q1047)
1SS362 (C3) (D1001, 1002, 1003)
KRA760U-RTK (Q1028, 1037, 1039, 1041, 1045, 1050)

DTC144TE-TL (Q1054)

RF Unit (Lot. 4~)

Parts List

REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE V/W TOL. MFRS DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. PCB with Components (with VCO Unit) PCB with Components (with VCO Unit) PCB with Components (with VCO Unit) PCB with Components (with VCO Unit) Printed Circuit Board C 1001 C 1002 C 1003 C 1004 C 1005 C 1006 C 1007 C 1008 C 1009 C 1010 C 1011 C 1013 C 1014 C 1015 C 1016 C 1017 C 1018 C 1019 C 1021 C 1023 C 1024 C 1025 C 1026 C 1027 C 1028 C 1029 C 1030 C 1031 C 1032 C 1033 C 1034 C 1035 C 1036 C 1037 C 1038 C 1040 C 1041 C 1042 C 1043 C 1044 C 1045 C 1046 C 1047 C 1048 C 1049 C 1051 C 1052 C 1053 C 1054 C 1055 C 1056 C 1057 C 1058 C 1059 C 1060 C 1061 C 1062 C 1063 C 1064 C 1065 C 1066 C 1067 C 1068 C 1069 C 1071 C 1072 CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. 2pF 2pF 22pF 0.001uF 100pF 56pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 3pF 0.001uF 6pF 0.001uF 3pF 0.001uF 33pF 100pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 4pF 22pF 33pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 68pF 0.01uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 56pF 220pF 68pF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.001uF 0.01uF 0.001uF 22pF 22pF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 22pF 1pF 0.001uF 22pF 1pF 2pF 33pF 4pF 4pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 22pF 8pF 6pF 10pF 8pF 22pF 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10V 16V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 10V 50V 25V 50V 16V 16V 16V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 10V 10V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V CK CK CH B CH CH B B B B B CJ B CH B CJ B CH CH B B CH CH CH B B CH B B B B B CH CH CH B B B B B B CH CH B B B B B B CH CK B CH CK CK CH CH CH B B CH CH CH CH CH CH UMK105CK020CW-F UMK105CK020CW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH101JW-F UMK105CH560JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B104K10PT GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B104K10PT UMK105CJ030CW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH060DW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CJ030CW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH330JW-F UMK105CH101JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH040CW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105CH330JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH680JW-F GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B104K10PT UMK105CH560JW-F GRM36CH221J25PT UMK105CH680JW-F GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105CH220JW-F GRM36B104K10PT GRM36B104K10PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105CK010CW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105CK010CW-F UMK105CK020CW-F UMK105CH330JW-F UMK105CH040CW-F UMK105CH040CW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105CH080DW-F UMK105CH060DW-F UMK105CH100DW-F UMK105CH080DW-F UMK105CH220JW-F CP7372002 USA CP7372003 EXPORT(CE OFF) CP7372004 GERMANY CP7372005 EXPORT(CE ON) FR008200C 1FR008200E 4K22178250 1K22178250 1K22178266 1K22178829 1K22178282 1K22178276 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22108802 1K22128804 1K22108802 1K22178251 1K22178829 1K22178254 1K22178829 1K22178251 1K22178829 1K22178270 1K22178282 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22178252 1K22178266 1K22178270 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22178278 1K22128804 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22108802 1K22178276 1K22148203 1K22178278 1K22128804 1K22128804 1K22128804 1K22178829 1K22128804 1K22178829 1K22178266 1K22178266 1K22108802 1K22108802 1K22128804 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22178266 1K22178248 1K22178829 1K22178266 1K22178248 1K22178250 1K22178270 1K22178252 1K22178252 1K22178829 1K22178829 1K22178266 1K22178256 1K22178254 1K22178258 1K22178256 1K22178266 1-

W/ CE LABEL W/O CE LABEL

REF. C 1145 C 1146 C 1147 C 1151 C 1151 C 1152 C 1153 C 1154 C 1155 C 1156 C 1159 C 1160 C 1161 C 1162 C 1163 C 1164 C 1165 C 1166 C 1167 C 1170 C 1171 C 1172 C 1173 C 1174 C 1175 C 1178 C 1178 C 1179 C 1179 C 1180 C 1181 C 1182 C 1183 C 1184 C 1186 C 1187 C 1188 C 1189 C 1190 C 1190 C 1191 C 1192 C 1193 C 1194 C 1195 C 1196 C 1199 C 1200 C 1201 C 1202 C 1203 C 1205 C 1205 C 1205 C 1205 C 1206 C 1207 C 1207 C 1207 C 1207 C 1208 C 1208 C 1209 C 1210 C 1212 C 1213 C 1214 C 1215 C 1216 C 1218 C 1219 C 1220 DESCRIPTION CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP RES. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. VALUE 22pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 10k 1uF 0.01uF 220pF 0.01uF 22pF 0.001uF 47pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 47pF 0.001uF 22uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 47pF 10pF 0.001uF 1.5uF 33pF 39pF 15pF 18pF 0.001uF 0.01uF 47pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 6pF 12pF 1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.001uF 0.01uF 0.033uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 1uF 1uF 33pF 27pF 33pF 27pF 18pF 22pF 10pF 22pF 10pF 15pF 15pF 0.01uF 0.001uF 56pF 4.7uF 120pF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.01uF 0.001uF 0.01uF V/W 50V 50V 50V 50V 1/16W 10V 16V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10V 16V 50V 50V 4V 10V 16V 50V 50V 50V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 16V 20V 50V 50V 10V 20V 20V 50V 16V 10V 50V 50V 50V 10V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 6.3V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 16V TOL. CH B B B 5% F B B B CH B CH B B B B CH B B B CH CH B CH CH CH CH B B CH B B B B B CH CH F MFRS DESIG UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F RMC1/16S 103JTH GRM39F105Z10PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B221KW-F GRM36B103K16PT UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH470JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B104K10PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105CH470JW-F UMK105B102KW-F TESVSP0G226M-8R GRM36B104K10PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105CH470JW-F UMK105CH100DW-F UMK105B102KW-F TESVSP1A155M-8R UMK105CH330JW-F UMK105CH390JW-F UMK105CH150JW-F UMK105CH180JW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT UMK105CH470JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B103K16PT SKF-1D104M-RP UMK105CH060DW-F UMK105CH120JW-F GRM39F105Z10PT SKF-1D104M-RP SKF-1D104M-RP UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B333K10PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT UMK105CH330JW-F UMK105CH270JW-F UMK105CH330JW-F UMK105CH270JW-F UMK105CH180JW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105CH100DW-F UMK105CH220JW-F UMK105CH100DW-F UMK105CH150JW-F UMK105CH150JW-F GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH560JW-F TESVSP0J475M-8R UMK105CH121JW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT VXSTD P/N K22178266 K22178829 K22178829 K22178829 J24189037 K22105001 K22128804 K22178821 K22128804 K22178266 K22178829 K22178274 K22178829 K22178829 K22108802 K22128804 K22178274 K22178829 K78060047 K22108802 K22128804 K22178274 K22178258 K22178829 K78100050 K22178270 K22178272 K22178262 K22178264 K22178829 K22128804 K22178274 K22178829 K22178829 K22178829 K22128804 K22128804 K78130049 K22178254 K22178260 K22105001 K78130049 K78130049 K22178829 K22128804 K22108803 K22178829 K22178829 K22178829 K22105001 K22105001 K22178270 K22178268 K22178270 K22178268 K22178264 K22178266 K22178258 K22178266 K22178258 K22178262 K22178262 K22128804 K22178829 K22178276 K78080053 K22178284 K22178829 K22178829 K22128804 K22178829 K22128804 VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR. 2111 11111111111A A A B B B B B B B A A A A A A B B B A A B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A A C2 C2 C2 a2 a2 a2 a2 a2 a2 a2 A2 C2 C2 C2 D1 C2 a2 a2 a2 C3 C2 a2 a2 a2 a3 D2 D2 D2 D2 D1 C2 C2 D1 D1 C1 C2 C2 a3 a3 a3 b3 a3 b3 a3 b3 b3 a3 b3 b3 b3 b3 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 a1 C2 C1 C1 C1 C1 C1 B1 C2 B2

REF. R 1100 R 1102 R 1103 R 1103 R 1103 R 1103 R 1104 R 1105 R 1106 R 1107 R 1108 R 1109 R 1110 R 1111 R 1112 R 1113 R 1114 R 1115 R 1116 R 1118 R 1119 R 1120 R 1121 R 1122 R 1123 R 1124 R 1125 R 1126 R 1127 R 1128 R 1129 R 1130 R 1131 R 1132 R 1133 R 1134 R 1135 R 1136 R 1137 R 1138 R 1139 R 1140 R 1141 R 1142 R 1143 R 1144 R 1144 R 1145 R 1146 R 1147 R 1148 R 1149 R 1150 R 1151 R 1152 R 1153 R 1154 TH1001 TH1002 X 1001 DESCRIPTION CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. THERMISTOR THERMISTOR XTAL TSS-6 TERMINAL PLATE INSULATOR SHEET VALUE 330 3.3k 2.2k 1.5k 2.2k 1.5k 1k 12k 15k 100 4.7k 47 2.7k 100k 10k 47k 10k 47k 10k 330 3.3k 10k 4.7k 3.3k 1k 100k 4.7k 3.3k 3.3k 330 10k 4.7k 1k 4.7k 220 1k 10k 10k 1k 1k 10k 100 10k 22k 27k 100k 100k 1k 10k 0 3.3k V/W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W TOL. 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% MFRS DESIG RMC1/16S 331JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 222JTH RMC1/16S 152JTH RMC1/16S 222JTH RMC1/16S 152JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 123JTH RMC1/16S 153JTH RMC1/16S 101JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 470JTH RMC1/16S 272JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 473JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 473JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 331JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 331JTH RMC1/16S 331JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 331JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 221JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 101JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 223JTH RMC1/16S 273JTH RMC1/16 000JATP RMC1/16S 221JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 101JTH RMC1/16S JPTH RMC1/16S JPTH RMC1/16S 332JTH ERTJ1VV473J ERTJ1VV473J TSS-5032A 11.7MHZ VXSTD P/N J24189019 J24189031 J24189029 J24189027 J24189029 J24189027 J24189025 J24189038 J24189039 J24189013 J24189033 J24189009 J24189030 J24189049 J24189037 J24189045 J24189037 J24189045 J24189037 J24189019 J24189031 J24189019 J24189019 J24189037 J24189033 J24189031 J24189025 J24189049 J24189033 J24189031 J24189031 J24189019 J24189037 J24189033 J24189025 J24189033 J24189017 J24189025 J24189037 J24189037 J24189025 J24189025 J24189037 J24189013 J24189037 J24189041 J24189042 J24185000 J24189017 J24189049 J24189049 J24189025 J24189037 J24189013 J24189070 J24189070 J24189031 G9090122 G9090122 H0103264 RA0287100 RA0408300 VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR. 111 21111111111111111111111111111111111111111114111111133411111A B B B B B B B B A A A A B B B B B B A B B B B B B A B A A A B B A B B A B B B B A B A A A A A B B B B A A B B B B A B C1 a3 a3 a3 a3 a3 b3 a1 a1 C1 C1 C2 D2 a2 a2 a2 a2 a2 a1 B1 c1 c1 c2 a2 a1 a1 A3 a1 A3 A1 A1 c1 c1 A3 a1 d1 A1 a2 a2 a2 a1 D2 c1 C1 C1 C1 C1 B1 c3 a1 a1 d2 C3 C2 b3 c3 a2 a2 C1 a2

REF. R 2088 R 2089 R 2090 R 2091 R 2093 R 2094 R 2095 R 2096 R 2097 R 2098 R 2099 R 2100 R 2101 R 2102 R 2103 R 2104 R 2105 R 2106 R 2107 R 2108 R 2109 R 2109 R 2110 R 2111 R 2112 R 2113 R 2114 R 2115 R 2116 R 2117 R 2118 R 2119 R 2120 R 2121 R 2122 R 2123 R 2124 R 2125 R 2126 R 2127 R 2128 R 2129 R 2130 R 2131 R 2132 R 2133 R 2134 R 2135 R 2136 R 2137 R 2138 R 2139 R 2140 R 2142 R 2143 R 2144 R 2145 R 2146 R 2147 R 2148 R 2149 S 2001 S 2002 S 2003 XF2001 XF2002 DESCRIPTION CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. CHIP RES. TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH ROTARY ENCODER XTAL FILTER XTAL FILTER SHIELD PLATE SHIELD PLATE VALUE 100 220k 100k 56k 470 10k 1k 10k 330k 100k 220 330k 22k 470k 2.7k 47 10k 33k 330k 330k 1.5k 1.2k 4.7k 10k 15k 100 330k 680 3.3k 330k 3.3k 3.3k 1k 10k 10 150k 2.2M 2.2k 10k 4.7k 10k 10k 100k 330k 330k 10k 10k 1M 100k 1k 1k 1k 100 1k 4.7k 1k 10k 10k 10k 15k 4.7k V/W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W TOL. 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% MFRS DESIG RMC1/16S 101JTH RMC1/16S 224JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 563JTH RMC1/16S 471JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 221JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 223JTH RMC1/16S 474JTH RMC1/16S 272JTH RMC1/16S 470JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 333JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 152JTH RMC1/16S 122JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 153JTH RMC1/16S 101JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 681JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 332JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 100JTH RMC1/16S 154JTH RMC1/16S 225JTH RMC1/16S 222JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 334JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 105JTH RMC1/16S 104JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 101JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH RMC1/16S 102JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 103JTH RMC1/16S 153JTH RMC1/16S 472JTH SKQTLA SKQTLA TP70D270E20 20F A203 MF47R2 47.25MHZ MF46R5 46.35MHZ (AF) (AF) VXSTD P/N J24189013 J24189053 J24189049 J24189046 J24189021 J24189037 J24189025 J24189037 J24189055 J24189049 J24189017 J24189055 J24189041 J24189057 J24189030 J24189009 J24189037 J24189043 J24189055 J24189055 J24189027 J24189026 J24189033 J24189037 J24189039 J24189013 J24189055 J24189023 J24189031 J24189055 J24189031 J24189031 J24189025 J24189037 J24189001 J24189051 J24189065 J24189029 J24189037 J24189033 J24189037 J24189037 J24189049 J24189055 J24189055 J24189037 J24189037 J24189061 J24189049 J24189025 J24189025 J24189025 J24189013 J24189025 J24189033 J24189025 J24189037 J24189037 J24189037 J24189039 J24189033 N5090110 N5090110 Q9000789A H1102347 H1102348 RA0406800 RA040680A VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR. 11111111111111111111161111111111111111111111111111111111111441111114B B B B B B B A A B B B A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B A A A B A B B A A A A B B B B B B a2 c3 a2 a2 c3 c1 c1 C2 C1 c2 c2 c2 B1 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 D2 C2 C2 C2 c2 c2 c2 c3 b2 c3 c2 b3 b3 b3 c3 D1 B1 C2 C2 C2 C2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 C2 C2 D3 b3 b3 C3 C3 C2 d2 B2 d3 c1 C2 D2 B1 C2 b2 d3 d2 a1 c2 c2

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F F B B B B B B B B B B B B F B B B B B B CH B B B F F B B B F B B B B F F B B B F F F F B B
MS614-FL28E GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT TESVSP0J475M-8R UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F TMK105B472KW-F TMK105B472KW-F UMK105B272KW-F GRM36B103K16PT TEMSVA0G226M-8R UMK105B102KW-F TMK105B472KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105F153ZW-F GRM36B223K16PT UMK105B271KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B223K16PT GRM36B473K10PT UMK105B102KW-F TMK105CH181JW-F GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B103K16PT TEMSVA0G226M-8R UMK105B102KW-F GRM39F105Z10PT UMK105F153ZW-F UMK105B271KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM39B473K16PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM36B332K50PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B222KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT SK4-0G227M-RD GRM39F105Z10PT UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B
c1 a5 a5 a5 a3 a2 a5 a5 a5 a5 a5 a3 a3 a3 a3 a3 a5 a6 a6 a6 a6 a6 a3 a3 a4 a4 a4 a4 a4 c5 a6 a6 a6 b6 a4 a4 a3 a3 b4 b4 b4 d5 d5 c5 a3 a3 d3 a2 d4 c3 b4
REF. C 3051 C 3052 C 3053 C 3054 C 3055 C 3056 C 3057 C 3060 C 3061 C 3062 C 3063 C 3064 C 3065 C 3066 C 3067 C 3068 C 3069 C 3070 C 3080 C 3081 C 3082 C 3084 C 3085 C 3086 C 3087 C 3088 C 3089 C 3090 C 3091 C 3092 C 3094 C 3095 C 3097 C 3098 C 3100 C 3101 C 3105 C 3106 C 3107 C 3107 C 3107 C 3108 C 3108 C 3108 C 3108 C 3109 C 3110 C 3111 C 3112 C 3113 C 3114 C 3115 C 3116 C 3117 C 3118 C 3119 C 3120 C 3121 C 3122 C 3123 C 3124 C 3125 C 3126 C 3127 C 3129 C 3130 C 3131 C 3133 DESCRIPTION CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. AL.ELECTRO.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. AL.ELECTRO.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP TA.CAP. CHIP CAP. CHIP CAP. VALUE 1uF 0.01uF 100pF 100pF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.001uF 1uF 47uF 0.01uF 0.001uF 10uF 0.001uF 22uF 0.001uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 10uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 33uF 10uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 0.001uF 100pF 100pF 100pF 22uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 15pF 5pF 5pF 4pF 2pF 2pF 4pF 5pF 0.047uF 0.1uF 100pF 15pF 0.01uF 0.047uF 0.001uF 22uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 1uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 33uF 0.01uF 0.001uF V/W 10V 16V 50V 50V 16V 16V 16V 50V 10V 16V 16V 50V 6.3V 50V 4V 50V 16V 16V 16V 50V 50V 10V 10V 50V 50V 10V 16V 50V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 4V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10V 10V 50V 50V 16V 10V 50V 4V 50V 50V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 10V 50V 50V 4V 16V 50V TOL. F B CH CH B B B B F B B B B B B B B MFRS DESIG GRM39F105Z10PT GRM36B103K16PT GRM36CH101J50PT GRM36CH101J50PT GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F GRM39F105Z10PT RV4-16V470MF46-RR2 GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F TESVSP0J106M-8R UMK105B102KW-F TEMSVA0G226M-8R UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B103K16PT RV4-16V100MD46-RR2 UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F TEMSVB21A336M-8R TEMSVA1A106M-8R UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B104K10PT GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F GRM36B104K10PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105CH101JW-F UMK105CH101JW-F UMK105CH101JW-F TESVSP0G226M-8R UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM36CH150J50PT UMK105CH050CW-F UMK105CH050CW-F UMK105CH040CW-F UMK105CK020CW-F UMK105CK020CW-F UMK105CH040CW-F UMK105CH050CW-F GRM36B473K10PT GRM36B104K10PT GRM36CH101J50PT GRM36CH150J50PT GRM36B103K16PT GRM36B473K10PT UMK105B102KW-F TEMSVA0G226M-8R UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT GRM39F105Z10PT UMK105B102KW-F UMK105B102KW-F TEMSVA0G336M-8R GRM36B103K16PT UMK105B102KW-F VXSTD P/N K22105001 K22128804 K22178236 K22178236 K22128804 K22128804 K22128804 K22178829 K22105001 K48120019 K22128804 K22178829 K78080055 K22178829 K78060023 K22178829 K22128804 K22128804 K48120018 K22178829 K22178829 K78100047 K78100028 K22178829 K22178829 K22108802 K22128804 K22178829 K22108802 K22178829 K22178282 K22178282 K22178282 K78060047 K22178829 K22178829 K22178829 K22178216 K22178253 K22178253 K22178252 K22178250 K22178250 K22178252 K22178253 K22108801 K22108802 K22178236 K22178216 K22128804 K22108801 K22178829 K78060023 K22178829 K22178829 K22105001 K22105001 K22105001 K22105001 K22105001 K22105001 K22105001 K22105001 K22178829 K22178829 K78060036 K22128804 K22178829 VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR. 1111111111111111111111111211111111-3 11111-3 441-3 441711111111111111111111111B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B c4 c4 b6 b6 a4 b3 a3 d4 c4 a1 c3 c4 b4 b4 b3 c4 c1 a4 a2 d4 c5 c3 c3 c3 c2 c3 d6 b3 c2 c5 c2 c2 c2 c3 c2 c2 a2 a2 a2 a2 a2 a1 a1 a1 a1 b2 C2 C2 a2 a2 b2 c5 c5 c5 a3 b2 b2 b2 b2 c2 c2 c2 c2 a2 a4 c4 a3 c6

10k 100k 470 2.2k 47 4.7k 47 10k 100k 470 2.2k 100 10k 100 10k 100k 3.3k 4.7k 10k 3.9k 1k 100k
1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W
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