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The Icom IC-2200H is a 2m FM mobile transceiver. The optional UT-118 digital unit provides digitally modulated and demodulated clear voice and data communications at 4.8 kbps. The radio is supplied with a fused DC power cord, mobile bracket with hardware and a backlit DTMF hand microphone with up and down frequency controls and programming buttons.
Part Number: IC-2200H
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User reviews and opinions
|merlinof2||2:08am on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010|
|Great Replacement for an Icom IC-2100H Like all of the Icom products made in the last 8-10 years, this one has been a replacement for a flawed unit.|
|lsadler||10:46pm on Friday, May 21st, 2010|
|Ham Radio Hello Folks, This is a Amateur Radio (Ham) and requires testing and a license to operate. It is also much cheaper at Ham Radio web stores.|
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ICOM IC-2200H 2 Meter FM Transceiver
Reviewed by Joe Carcia, NJ1Q W1AW Station Manager ICOM has introduced a new single band mobile transceiver with many functions and features. While some amateurs may not necessarily need all these bells and whistles, they will find that the IC-2200H will meet the requirements for nearly every 2 meter application. Wow, all heat sink! was my first impression when I pulled the radio out of the box. To answer that first questionno, theres no cooling fan! The IC-2200H does come with a remote control microphone; 3 meter long, fused dc cable; obile m mounting bracket with hardware, and microphone hanger. This is a compact, no-nonsense, 2 meter FM mobile transceiver, weighing in at about 3 pounds. It includes all the features one would desire in an FM transceiver CTCSS encoding and decoding (referred to as Tone Scan), DTCS or digital tone coded squelch, which performs a similar function to CTCSS using short sequences of subaudible tones and is currently in favor with some emergency agencies, auto repeater offset, DTMF operation (DTMF decoding can be provided with the optional UT-108 Decoder Unit), programmable memory scan and band scan. The price is just above other single band radios, perhaps justified by the plug-in digital capability to be discussed later. The radio includes expanded receive frequency coverage from 118 to 174 MHz, for both FM and AM modes. You can set the FM receive passband width from wide to narrow to match that of other services you may wish to monitor. The transmitter provides four power output settings: HIGH (65 W), MIDDLE (25 W), MIDDLE LOW (10 W) and LOW (5 W). I found the 5 W setting, appropriate for repeater operation in my area and used higher power just for some simplex operation. The 2200H provides a total of 217 memory channels. This includes 6 scan edge memory channels (for scanning) and 1 call channel. There are 207 regular memory channels and 10 easily accessed memory banks (listed as A to J). Each memory can have up to a 6 character a lphanumeric label including some symbols, such as slash or star.
backlit buttons. With the exception of the POWER , S.MW(MW) and BANK (OFF) buttons, the functions of the remaining six buttons are labeled on the display. The POWER button is located to the left of the VOLUME control, with the S.MW(MW) below it. The RJ-45 modular style microphone jack is located beneath these two buttons. The BANK (OPT) button is located just below the MAIN dial. The letters in parentheses indicate those functions that are obtained through a menu procedure. Reading from left to right on the display are the LOCK/SET, ANM/MONI, DUP/ LOW, T-SCAN/TONE, PRIO/M/CALL and SCAN/V/MHZ functions. (The second listed functions are obtained by depressing the buttons for about a second.) The LOCK/SET button toggles between locking the display or entering the SET mode. In the SET mode, the user may change various options, such as the color of the display (amber or green) or the CTCSS tone. The ANM/MONI button lets a user turn the monitor function or the channel names on or off (when using alphanumeric names for memories). The DUP/LOW changes the power settings as well the repeater offset, overriding the auto shift as needed. The T-SCAN/TONE button allows a user to select a tone function, whether it be the tone encoder (CTCSS), pocket beep, tone scan or even some of the functions related to digital mode operations (not available at press
With the IC-2200H ICOM has a solid 2 meter mobile radio ready to be upgraded to digital voice and data as soon as the optional module becomes available.
Its Not a Busy Radio! The front panel includes nine non-
time). The PRIO/M/CALL button enables priority watch on a selected watch channel or a change to weather channel mode. The SCAN/V/MHZ button enables scanning or toggles between the VFO and memory channels. The S.MW(MW) button is used for memory channel programming including incrementing the channel number. The BANK (OFF) button is used to select among the 10 memory bank channels. Three solid plastic knobs are used to control VOLUME, SQUELCH and MAIN DIAL functions. The knobs are indented and have a smooth feel. I found it easy to fly by a desired setting with the MAIN DIAL until I got the feel for it. The multi-function LCD display (measuring about inches) has clear, easy to read alphanumeric characters. The displays brightness (DIM) level can be adjusted via a menu setting. The display allows viewing from different angles. Even with it sitting atop my desk, I can look down and still read the display. When operating the radio from my truck, I found I was still able to see the display, although to me it appeared a bit easier if the display were ambernice to have the choice. Speaking of the display, the front panel is not detachable. On the rear of the radio, looking left to right youll find the two-pin standard locking power plug pigtail. Above that are jacks for the external speaker and for DATA IN. Next is the large heat sink. A standard SO-239 chassis-mounted antenna connector rounds it out. Since the antenna connector is somewhat recessed between some long cooling fins and a smaller one on the opposite side of the connector, screwing on the PL-259 takes nimble fingers. As noted, this radio is like one big heat email@example.com
Joel R. Hallas, W1ZR
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Assistant Technical Editor
Table 1 ICOM IC-2200H, serial number 0501183
Frequency coverage: Receive, 118-174 MHz; transmit, 144-148 MHz. Power requirement: Receive, 1.0 A (max audio); transmit, 15 A (high power). Modes of operation: FM, AM (receive only).
Measured in the ARRL Lab
Receive and transmit, as specified. Receive, 0.6 A; transmit, 13 A. Tested at 13.8 V. As specified.
FM sensitivity, 12 dB SINAD: 0.14 V typical.
AM sensitivity: Not specified.
Receiver Dynamic Testing
For 12 dB SINAD, 0.13 V.
For 10 dB S+N/N: 120 MHz, 0.57 V.
FM adjacent channel rejection: Not specified. FM two-tone, third-order IMD dynamic range: Not specified. FM two-tone, second-order IMD dynamic range: Not specified. S-meter sensitivity: Not specified. Squelch sensitivity: 0.1 V typical. Receiver audio output: 2.4 W at 10% THD. Spurious and image rejection: Not specified.
73 dB.* 73 dB. 10 MHz channel spacing: 91 dB. 90 dB. S9 indication: 5.9 V. At threshold: 0.09 V. 2.5 W at 10% THD into 8. First IF rejection, 110 dB; image rejection, 86 dB.
Power output (H/M/ML/L): 65/25/10/5 W (approx). Spurious and harmonic suppression: 60 dB. Transmit-receive turnaround time: Not specified. Receive-transmit turnaround time (tx delay): Not specified.
Transmitter Dynamic Testing
69 / 26 / 9 / 4 W. 70 dB. Meets FCC requirements for spectral purity. PTT release to S9 signal, 164 ms, 50% audio output 112 ms.
Size (height, width, depth): 22.214.171.124 inches; weight, 2.8 pounds. Note: Unless otherwise noted, all dynamic range measurements are taken at the ARRL Lab standard spacing of 20 kHz.
*Measurement was noise-limited at the value indicators.
sink. With a maximum power output of 65 W and no cooling fan, youll need this kind of sinking for proper heat dissipation. Whats good about this is that you dont have a noisy cooling fan. The flip side is that since the radios cabinet is used to dissipate heat, extra consideration must be given to where and how the radio is installed in either a mobile or base situation. The manual provides some basic installation tips with this in mind. This quickly leads me to operating the radio. I tried running it on high power for quite some time (on simplex). The radio got quite warm, but never uncomfortably hot to the touch. It took some time for it to cool down afterwards, perhaps because there was little airflow in my shack at the time. I reviewed this radio in late summer with popcorn thunderstorms, rain and humiditywelcome to summer in New England! With tropical storm Bonnie and Hurricane Charley knocking on our back door, it should come as no surprise that I
listened with interest to the NOAA weather broadcasts. The 2200H provides coverage of 10 NOAA weather channels with a weather alert function (selectable via a menu setting). By depressing the PRIO/M/ CALL button several times, you can select the weather group. You can activate the weather alert function by using the SET mode. This weather alert function is one that many SKYWARN folk may find useful. In the event of an extreme weather situation, NOAA sends out a weather alert that is accompanied by a 1050 Hz tone, and then the weather report. You can set the 2200H to monitor (or scan) the 10 weather channels for this alert tone. If this tone is received, the 2200H will beep, and the display will indicate ALT (for alert) and the particular weather channel number. You also do not need to be listening to a weather channel to receive this alert. You can be in casual QSO, but have the alert system running. However, be advised the 2200H will toggle back and forth about
every 5 seconds between the weather channels and your listening frequency. Another feature I like is the Auto R epeater function. When it is activated (the default is On), all you do is set the desired frequency and the radio sets the corresponding shift. (The shift is preset to conform to the accepted band plan of the country in which the radio is sold.) If a repeater has a nonstandard shift, you can disable this function and set the shift manually. The Channel Stepping (tuning rate) is selectable from 5 (default) to 50 kHz in 8 steps via the SET system. The 2200H provides for direct keypad frequency entry via the mic keypad. You depress the ENT/T-OFF (C) button first, and then you can key in the frequency. This occurs while in VFO mode. If youre in memory mode, you may enter a memory channel number instead of a frequency. If a selected repeater supports phone patching or remote control of other functions, the 16 number DTMF MEMORY ENCODER can be quite handy. To memorize a DTMF sequence takes a few steps. It took me a couple of tries to get the process just right. The manual does a good job of explaining how to perform the rogramming and once you perform p the actions a couple of times, itll become second nature to set up. Frequency Scanning is simple to set up. There are three scan typesfull scan, programmed scan and memory bank scan. There are four scan resume options. The two I found most useful were timer scan; with pauses of 5, 10 or 15 seconds until scan resumed, or busy resume in which the scan will hold the frequency until the signal disappears. To start scanning, you select the scan type and then press and hold the SCAN/V/ MHZ button for at least 2 seconds. To stop the scan, you can either quickly depress the mic PTT button, or just depress any of the mic or display buttons. You can also control either scanning direction with the MAIN DIAL. The IC-2200H has the standard fare of a priority watch function, pocket beep common pager function, time-out-timer, auto mute, auto power off. In terms of settings, there are 30 SET menus from which to choose.
A Mic of Many Functions The DTMF 25-key backlit microphone (model HM-133V) performed as expected. Some microphone buttons can be programmed to operate some of the front panel control functions. I did have to get used to the UP and DOWN buttons being on the front of the microphone. But since theyre located next to the PTT button, I
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can control the frequency (or any other setting) with just a twitch of the thumb very handy while driving. Audio reports from this microphone were all good.
So How Did It Perform? Although its one thing to receive good signal reports, its another to actually hear yourself and how you sound on a radio. I always swap the radio with another ham so I can hear how well the audio sounds. As I expected, I found the transmit audio to be clean. (Reports from QSOs both on simplex and repeaters told me about the same.) I used this radio both in my truck and at home. In both cases, I found the receive audio levels to be acceptable. The speaker is mounted underneath the radio, so when it was on my bench I had to prop it up. If this radio were to be mobile-mounted, however, I would see no need for an external speakerunless the vehicle itself were really noisy. I tried the old operating the radio when W1AW came on frequency while I was in the ARRL HQ parking lot under the antenna. I heard no intermod from W1AW. Yes, the signal appeared a bit wider than normal, but that is to be expected given the power of the ARRL code practice and my location. When I drove around town, I did not experience any other interference. I could not find any mention of operating packet radio with the basic IC-2200H, although it should be capable of 1200 bps analog packet. Yes, you have the pin out for the microphone, and there is a pin for Data In. But I found no discussion about packet radio. With the UT-115 digital module (when available), the radio promises to handle data to 9600 bps and digital voice. Programming In general, there are two ways to program a memory channelby using the display buttons or by the microphone keys. As with most radios, you select your frequency and settings (tones, offset, etc)
first and then you go through the process of assigning that information to a memory channel. Its quite simple, actually. In VFO mode, set the frequency and settings. Depress the S.MW(MW) button momentarily. Then rotate the MAIN DIAL to the desired memory channel, and depress S.MW(MW) again to write the information. When youre pushing a button to perform a function, there is certainly a difference between the terms momentary and second. So dont be too surprised if you find that a function is missed simply because the momentary was a tad longer than it needed to be. But once you get used to it, its a snap.
Send in the Clones The IC-2200H can clone configuration data to and from another IC-2200H, or from a PC using the optional CS-2200H software and the optional OPC-478 erial s cable. (The OPC-478U is a USB cable.) There is little information in the manual on exactly how to clone. The manual indicates that one should consult the cloning software help file for details. A Manual, and a Half The 94 page manual is laid out in a straightforward manner. You begin with Foreword, Precautions, Supplied Accessories, Index and then a Quick Reference Guide on installation and operation. The operation section starts with the general operation of the radio, including how to set up various functions. The rear of the section is devoted to menu functions and programming. With the radio package, you also receive a book of Ham Radio Terms. This makes a nice little addition to help understand ICOMs terminology, or you may wish to give it to a family member. Whats New but Not Yet Available? The IC-2200H is the first member of a family of ICOM VHF and UHF radios equipped for the yet to be released UT-115 digital voice and data module. We
were hoping to have the module available for this review, but since it wasnt available we will provide an evaluation later. This module promises direct digital data transmission and digital voice operation simultaneously when used with another UT115 equipped radio. When that is installed, the DATA JACK on the rear of the radio will be activated and allow connection to either a PC or a GPS receiver with an RS-232C serial port. In order to install the UT-115, you will need to remove the front panel. Its as simple as removing two screws and the MAIN DIAL knob. The following are the features expected to be supported when the digital option is installed: digital voice, digital call received retention, digital break-in (allows breaking into digital communications between two other digital mode stations), digital code/ call sign squelch, 4800 and 9600 bps data communications (using a PC) and GPS operation.
A Closing Thought Aside from not being able to play with packet, or with the digital option, I was quite pleased with the performance of this radio. I found I was able to handle many of the settings/menus without difficulty. Of course, not having it so chock-full of the extra features of a multiband radio didnt hurt. (Sometimes, too many is too much!) I believe that most hams would find that this radio would work fine for just about every application, especially if they wanted to be positioned for digital voice when the option becomes available. Although there are a few functions that some hams may never use, having them available is a selling feature. Manufacturer: ICOM America, 2380 116th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004; tel 425-454-8155; www.icomamerica. com. Price: IC-2200H, $229.99; OPC478 erial programming cable, $45.99; s OPC-478U USB programming cable, $60.99; UT-108 DTMF decoder, $35.99.
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e AUDIO MUTE INDICATOR (p. 14) Appears when the audio mute function is activated via microphone control. r NARROW MODE INDICATOR (p. 78) Appears when the narrow mode is selected. Narrow mode is not available with some versions. t OUTPUT POWER INDICATORS (p. 16) LOW appears when low output power; MID and LOW appear when mid low output power; MID appears when middle output power is selected.
Mid. low power is not available with some versions.
w TRANSMIT INDICATOR Appears while transmitting. (p. 15) Flashes while transmitting with the one-touch PTT function. (p. 16)
y KEY INDICATORS Indicate the function(s) of the front panel keys directly below the function display. u SKIP INDICATOR (p. 41) Appears when the selected memory channel is specied as a skip channel. i MEMORY CHANNEL NUMBER INDICATORS Shows the selected memory channel number. (p. 24) C appears when the call channel is selected. (p. 35) o MEMORY INDICATOR (p. 24) Appears when memory mode is selected. !0 S/RF INDICATORS Shows the relative signal strength while receiving signals. (p. 13) Shows the output power level while transmitting. (p. 16) !1 BUSY INDICATOR (p. 13) Appears when a signal is being received or the squelch is open. Flashes while the monitor function is activated. !2 AUTO POWER-OFF INDICATOR (p. 81) Appears while the auto power-off function is in use. !3 PRIORITY WATCH INDICATOR (p. 44) Appears while the priority watch is activated; blinks while the watch is paused. !4 DIGITAL INDICATOR (p. 61) Appears when digital mode is selected. !5 LOCK INDICATOR (p. 12) Appears when the lock function is activated.
!6 TONE INDICATORS appears while the subaudible tone encoder is in use. (p. 17) appears while the tone (CTCSS) squelch function is in use. (p. 48) appears while the tone (DTCS) squelch function is in use. (p. 48) appears with the or indicator while the pocket beep function (CTCSS or DTCS) is in use. (p. 48) While in the digital mode operation with the installing an optional Digital unit UT-115. appears while the digital code (CSQL) squelch function is in use. (p. 67) appears while the call sign (DSQL) squelch function is in use. (p. 67) appears with the or indicator while the pocket beep function (CSQL or DSQL) is in use. (p. 67) !7 DUPLEX INDICATORS (p. 17) + appears when plus duplex, appears when minus duplex operation is selected.
I Rear panel
q SPEAKER JACK [SP] Accepts an 8 speaker.
Audio output power is more than 2.4 W.
e POWER RECEPTACLE [DC13.8V] Accepts 13.8 V DC 15% with the supplied DC power cable.51 NOTE: DO NOT use a cigarette lighter socket as a power source when operating in a vehicle. The plug may cause voltage drops and ignition noise may be superimposed onto transmit or receive audio. r ANTENNA CONNECTOR [ANT] Connects a 50 antenna with a PL-259 connector and a 50 coaxial cable. Make sure the connection between transceiver and PC, otherwise misreading may occur for data communication.
(p. 44) Turns the one-touch PTT function ON and OFF. (p. 16) (p. 50) After pushing : (p. 67) Transmits the appropriate (p. 16) Turns the DTCS pocket beep function ON. (p. 49) DTMF code. (pgs. 20, 46) *Turns the DSQL pocket beep function. When the DTMF memory en(p. 16) Turns the DTMF memory encoder function coder is activated, push  to ON. (p. 45)  to transmit the appropriate DTMF memory contents. (p. 18) Turns the subaudible tone encoder ON. (p. 46) (p. 18) (p. 18) Turns the CTCSS pocket beep function ON.(p. 49) *Turns the CSQL pocket beep function. (p. 18) Turns the tone squelch function ON. (p. 50) *Turns the CSQL function. (p. 67) Sends a 1750 Hz tone signal while pushing and holding. (p. 20) *While in the digital mode operation with the installing an optional Digital unit UT-115. (p. 16) Turns the DTCS squelch ON. *Turns the DSQL function.
SECONDARY FUNCTION (
Cancels frequency entry. (p. 10) Selects a memory channel for programming. (p. 26) Cancels the scan or priority watch. (pgs. 38, 44) Advances the memory channel number when continuously pushed after pro Exit set mode. (p. 74) gramming is completed. (p. 26) Enters set mode (p. 74) DTMF memory OFF. Advances the set mode selection order after entering set mode. (p. 74) (p. 46)
Turns the subaudible tone encoder, pocket Sets the keypad for numeral input. (p. 10) beep or CTCSS/DTCS tone squelch OFF. After pushing : (pgs. 18, 49, 50) Transmits the appropriate Reverses the set mode selection order after entering set mode. (p. 74) *Turns the pocket beep or CSQL/DSQL OFF. (p.63) DTMF code. (pgs. 20, 46) Adjusts the squelch level increments. Mutes the audio. (p. 14) (p. 13) Mute function is released when any operation
No primary function.
Sends a 1750 Hz tone signal for 0.5 sec. (p. 20)
Locks the digit keys on the keypad (includAdjusts the squelch level decrement. (p. 12) (p. 13) ing the A to D, # and M keys.
Lights orange while the microphone keypad lock function is activated.
*While in the digital mode operation with the installing an optional Digital unit UT-115. 8
SETTING A FREQUENCY
I Using the tuning dial
qRotate [DIAL] to set the frequency.
D Turning power ON/OFF
Push [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn power ON and OFF.
Push [PWR] for 1 sec.
[DIAL] If VFO mode is not selected, push [V/MHz SCAN ] to select VFO mode. The frequency changes according to the selected tuning steps. (p. 11)
D VFO mode selection
The transceiver has 2 basic operating modes: VFO mode and memory mode. Push [V/MHz SCAN ] to select VFO mode.
MUTE appears. Push [CLR A(MW)] (or any other key) to cancel the function. Appears
NOTE: The squelch attenuator functions even when the monitor function is in use. Thus set the [SQL] within 10 to 12 oclock position (12 to 19 level when setting with the HM-133V) is recommended when using the monitor function.
I S-meter squelch
INITIAL SET MODE CAUTION: Transmitting without an antenna will damage the transceiver. NOTE: To prevent interference, listen on the channel before transmitting by pushing [MONI ANM ], or [MONI 1(ANM)] on the microphone. q Set the operating frequency. (pgs. 9, 10)
Select output power if desired. See section at right for details.
The transceiver has an S-meter squelch. The S-meter squelch allows you to set minimum signal level needed to open the squelch. q Turn the transceiver power OFF. wWhile pushing [SET LOCK ], push [PWR] for 1 sec. to enter initial set mode.
w Push and hold [PTT] to transmit.
$ appears. The S/RF indicator shows the output power selection. A one-touch PTT function is available. See p. 16 for details.
[SET LOCK ]
e Speak into the microphone using your normal voice level.
DO NOT hold the microphone too close to your mouth or speak too loudly. This may distort the signal.
ePush [SET] or [MONI] to select SSQ (S-meter squelch) item. r Rotate [DIAL] to set the S-meter level or OFF.
r Release [PTT] to return to receive. IMPORTANT! (for 65 W transmission): The IC-2200H is equipped with current detector circuit to protect the power amplier circuit from high current owing. When a high SWR (Standing Wave Ratio) antenna or no antenna is connected, or when the connected power supplys voltage includes, the transceiver reduces transmit output power to 1020 W (approx.) automatically.
S-meter squelch OFF (default)
S2 level (2 indicator level)
t Push [PWR] to exit initial set mode.
I Selecting output power
The transceiver has 4* output power levels to suit your operating requirements. Low output powers during short-distance communications may reduce the possibility of interference to other stations and will reduce current consumption.
*The Taiwan version has only 3 levels.
I One-touch PTT function
The PTT switch can be operated as a one-touch PTT switch (each push switches between transmit/receive). Using this function you can transmit without pushing and holding the PTT switch. To prevent accidental, continuous transmissions with this function, the transceiver has a time-out timer. See p. 80 for details. z Push [FUNC] then [PRIO 3(PTT-M)] to turn the one-touch PTT function ON.
The targeted memory and transferred contents are indicated.
Y Z c Push [Y]/[Z] to select the target memory channel.
C blinks when the call channel is selected. Scan edge channels can also be selected. The keypad cannot be used for the selection.
v Push [FUNC] then push [CLR A(MW)] for 1 sec. to transfer the selected memory/call channel contents to the target memory.
[EXAMPLE]: Transferring memory channel 30 contents to channel 31.
Front panel operation: S.MW Select the memory channel, then push.
Select the target channel.
HM-133V operation: Select the memory channel, push
I Programming channel names
Each memory channel and the call channel can be programmed with an alphanumeric channel name for easy recognition and can be indicated independently by channel. Names can be a maximum of 6 characters see the table below for available characters.
(space) (1) (B) (L) (V) (+) (2) (C) (M) (W) () (3) (D) (N) (X) (=) (4) (E) (O) (Y) () (5) (F) (P) (Z) (/) (6) (G) (Q) (() (7) (H) (R) ()) (8) (I) (S) (|) (9) (J) (T) (0) (A) (K) (U)
r Push [SET LOCK ] to select the channel name programming condition.
Frequency readouts disappear.
t Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired character.
The selected character blinks.
y Push [SET] or [MONI] to move the cursor to left or right, respectively. u Repeat steps t and y until the desired channel names are displayed. i Push any key other than [SET] or [MONI] to program the name and exit the channel name programming condition. o Push [MONI ANM ] for 1 sec. to return to frequency indication if desired.
q Push [M/CALL PRIO ] to select memory mode. w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel. e Push [MONI ANM ] for 1 sec. to select channel name indication mode.
1 short and 1 long beep sound.
IMPORTANT!: Once channel name indication mode is selected, always access the channel name programming condition when [SET LOCK ] is pushed. When set mode accessing is necessary, cancel the channel name indication by pushing [MONI ANM ] for 1 sec., then access to set mode.
Push ( SET ) or to move the cursor.
[EXAMPLE]: Programming CLUB into memory channel 1.
See item e at left for scan resume condition details.
v Push [CLR A(MW)] to exit set mode. NOTE: Set mode cannot be accessed when memory names are displayed. To set the scan resume condition, return to frequency indication by pushing [MONI ANM ] on the front panel for 1 sec., or push [FUNC] then [MONI 1(ANM)] (HM133V) to cancel the channel name indication, then set as described on this page.
q Push [SET LOCK ] to enter set mode. w Push [SET] or [MONI] several times until SCT or SCP appears as shown above.
e Rotate [DIAL] to set the desired timer:
SCT-15 SCT-10 SCT-5 SCP-2 : Scan pauses 15 sec. while receiving a signal. : Scan pauses 10 sec. while receiving a signal. : Scan pauses 5 sec. while receiving a signal. : Scan pauses until the signal disappears and then resumes 2 sec. later.
r Push any keys than [SET] or [MONI] to exit set mode.
I Priority watch types
Priority watch checks for signals on a VFO frequency every 5 sec. while operating on a memory channel. The transceiver has 3 priority watch types to suit your needs. You can transmit on the VFO frequency while the priority watch operates. The watch resumes according to the selected scan resume condition. See previous page for details. NOTE: If the pocket beep function is activated, the transceiver automatically selects the tone squelch function when priority watch starts.
MEMORY CHANNEL WATCH
While operating on a VFO frequency, priority watch checks for a signal on the selected memory channel every 5 sec.
5 sec. VFO frequency 50 msec. Memory channel
MEMORY SCAN WATCH
While operating on a VFO frequency, priority watch checks for signals on each memory channel in sequence.
The memory skip function is useful to speed up the scan. 5 sec. VFO frequency
Mch 1 Mch 2 Mch 3 Mch 199
CALL CHANNEL WATCH
While operating on a VFO frequency, priority watch checks for signals on the call channel every 5 sec.
5 sec. VFO frequency 50 msec. Call channel
I Priority watch operation
q Select VFO mode; then, set an operating frequency. w Set the watching channel(s). For memory channel watch: Select the desired memory channel. For memory scan watch: Select memory mode; then, push [V/MHz SCAN ] for 1 sec. to start memory scan. For call channel watch: Select the call channel by pushing [M/CALL PRIO ] once or twice. e Push [M/CALL PRIO ] for 1 sec. to start the watch.
POCKET BEEP AND TONE SQUELCH
I Pocket beep operation
This function uses subaudible tones for calling and can be used as a common pager to inform you that someone has called while you were away from the transceiver.
u Push [TONE T-SCAN ] several times until or are displayed to turn ON the pocket beep with tone squelch or DTCS squelch, respectively.
D Waiting for a call from a specic station
q Set the operating frequency. w Push [SET LOCK ] to enter set mode. e Push [SET] or [MONI] several times until Ct for tone squelch or dt for DTCS squelch appears.
MONI LOW TONE M/CALL V/ MHz
Tone squelch frequency setting
DTCS code setting
Appears when the pocket beep with tone squelch is activated.
Appears when the pocket beep with DTCS squelch is activated.
r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired tone squelch frequency or DTCS code. t When operating the pocket beep function with DTCS squelch, push [SET] once then rotate [DIAL] to select the DTCS polarity.
i When a signal with the matched tone is received, the transceiver emits beep tones and blinks .
Beep tones sound for 30 sec. and blinks. To stop the beeps and blinking manually, push any key. When the beep tones are not stopped manually, continues ashing until step o is operated.
o Push [PTT] to answer.
disappears and cancels the pocket beep function automatically.
DTCS polarity setting
!0 Push [TONE T-SCAN ] several times until or disappears to cancel the tone squelch or DTCS squelch function.
y Push any key other than [SET] or [MONI] to exit set mode. 48
POCKET BEEP AND TONE SQUELCH D Available tone frequency list
67.0 69.3 71.9 74.4 77.0 79.7 82.5 85.4 88.5 91.5 94.8 97.4 100.0 103.5 107.2 110.9 114.8 118.8 123.0 127.3 131.8 136.5 141.3 146.2 151.4 156.7 159.8 162.2 165.5 167.9 171.3 173.8 177.3 179.9 183.5 186.2 189.9 192.8 196.6 199.5 203.5 206.5 210.7 218.1 225.7 229.1 233.6 241.8 250.3 254.1
Waiting for a call from a specic stationcontinued z Set the operating frequency. TSQLS x Program the CTCSS tone frequency or DTCS code in set mode. Push [SET B(D-OFF)] to enter set mode. DTCSS Push [SET B(D-OFF)] or [ENT C(T-OFF)] several times until Ct for tone squelch or dt for DTCS squelch appears.
blinks when tone squelch (Ct), or blinks when DTCS squelch (dt) is selected.
c Push [FUNC] then [SCAN 2(T-SCAN)] to start the tone scan. v When the tone frequency is matched, the squelch opens and the tone frequency is programmed into the selected mode such as memory or call channel. b Push [CLR A(MW)] to stop the scan.
Required Optional UT-108
I Code programming
D Before programming
I Pager function
This function uses DTMF codes for paging and can be used as a message pager to inform you of a callers identication even when you leave the transceiver temporarily unattended.
Pager selective code (push [PTT])
The pager and code squelch functions require ID codes and a group code. These codes are 3-digit DTMF codes and must be written into the code channels before operation. q Decide the ID code of each transceiver and a group code for your group. w Decide whether you want to return to normal operation or code squelch operation after a connection is made. e Program the ID code, group code and transmit codes (other stations codes) as below.
Beep Beep Beep
Answer back (manual)
D Code channel assignment
ID OR CODE CHANNEL GROUP CODE NUMBER RECEIVE ACCEPT OR RECEIVE INHIBIT Receive accept only Receive inhibit should be programmed in each channel. Receive accept must be programmed. Receive inhibit only. Your ID code Other parties ID code Group code Memory space* One of 16 P
eep p B Bee Beep
Set both transceivers to either code squelch or non-coded operation
*Channel CP automatically memorizes an ID code when receiving a pager call. The contents in channel CP cannot be changed manually.
D Code programming
An ID code MUST be programmed into code channel C0. Up to 6 transmit codes are programmable into code channels, C1 to C6, if required. q Push [BANK OPT ] for 1 sec. then rotate [DIAL] to turn Pager mode ON.
y Push [MONI] (or [SET]) to select 2nd digit, then rotate [DIAL] to set the desired code.
2nd digit blinks (1st digit stop blinking). Repeat this step for 3rd digit programming.
u Push [MONI] (or [SET]) to program the ID code.
Long beep sounds and the C0 indication blinks.
w Push [SET] or [MONI].
One of either CP or C0 to C6 ashes. C0 is the ID code and C1 to C6 are transmit codes.
e Rotate [DIAL] to select code channel C0.
A different ID code must be programmed into each transceiver.
i Rotate [DIAL] to select a transmit code channel from C1 to C6. o Repeat steps r to u to set transmit code channel. !0 Push [S.MW MW ] to set the channel for receive inhibit or receive accept.
When receive inhibit is set, SKIP appears as follows. Code channel C0 cannot be set as receive inhibit. See p. 54 for receive accept and receive inhibit details.
r Push [MONI] (or [SET]) to set into code programming condition.
The 1st digit blinks and C0 indication stops blinking.
Appears when receive inhibit is set to the code channel.
t Rotate [DIAL] to set the desired code.
!1 Push any key other than indicated function keys to exit code set mode.
z Push [BANK/OPTION] for 1 sec. then Y Z push [Y] or [Z] to turn Pager mode ON. x Push [SET B(D-OFF)] to enter to the code set mode.
One of either CP or C0 to C6 blinks. C0 is the ID code and C1 to C6 are the transmit code.
Y Z c Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired code channel. v Enter the desired 3-digit code via the keypad. b Push [SET B(D-OFF)] to set the channel for receive inhibit or receive accept.
When receive inhibit is set, SKIP appears. Code channel C0 cannot be set as receive inhibit. See right above for receive accept and receive inhibit details.
Receive accept/receive inhibit Receive accept (SKIP indicator does not appear) accepts pager calls when the transceiver receives a signal with a code the same as that in the code channel. Receive inhibit (SKIP indicator appears) rejects calls even when the transceiver receives a code the same as that in the code channel. Transmit codes should therefore be programmed for receive inhibit, otherwise the transceiver will not reject unnecessary calls. Pager/code squelch operation during channel indication To use these functions in channel indication, the pager/code squelch setting must be programmed with other memory contents before selecting channel number indication.
When receiving a call, the callers ID or group code appears as shown at right.
This display appears when you are called with your ID code and the calling stations ID code is 424.
r Push [PTT] to send an answer back call and display the operating frequency. t After confirming a connection, push [BANK OPT ] for 1 sec. then rotate [DIAL] to select code squelch operation, or repeat the previous key operation again to select nonselective calling system. z Set the operating frequency.
BANK/OPTION x Push [BANK/OPTION] for 1 sec. then
This display appears when you are called with the group code, 888, and 888 has been programmed into code channel C6.
Y Z push [Y]/[Z] to turn Pager mode ON.
When the transceiver receives an incomplete signal, E and previously received code appear.
c Wait for a call.
When receiving a call, the callers ID or group code appears as shown at right. DO NOT push any digit keys while code channels C0 to C6 are displayed, or code channel contents will be changed.
Previously received code.
v Push [PTT] to send an answer back call and display the operating frequency. b After confirming a connection, push [BANK/OPTION] for 1 sec. to select code squelch operation, or repeat the previous key operation again to select non-selective calling system.
I Code squelch
Code squelch provides communications with quiet standby since you will only receive calls from stations which know your ID or group code. Each push of [PTT] sends a 3-digit code in order to open the receiving stations code squelch prior to voice transmission. q Set the operating frequency.
Set the AF and squelch to the desired level as in normal operation.
Y Z push [Y]/[Z] to select code squelch mode.
w Push [BANK OPT ] for 1 sec. then rotate [DIAL] to select code squelch mode.
e Select the desired transmit code channel: Push [SET] or [MONI]. Rotate [DIAL] to select the code channel. Push any other keys than indicated function keys to exit code set mode.
100 MHz digit shows C.
c Select the desired transmit code channel: Push [SET] or [MONI]. Y Z Push [Y]/[Z]. Push [CLR A(MW)] to return to previous condition. v Communicate with the other party as normal: push [PTT] to transmit; release to receive. b To cancel the code squelch, push [BANK/OPTION] for 1 sec then rotate [DIAL].
When the received signal includes an unmatched digital code or call sign, the squelch does not open. However, the S/RF indicator shows the received signal strength. To open the squelch manually, push [SQLZ #(16KEY-L)] several times until less than squelch level 7.
r When a signal with the matched digital code/call sign is received, the squelch opens and the signal can be heard.
When the received signal includes an unmatched digital code/call sign, the squelch does not open. However, the S/RF indicator shows the received signal strength. To open the squelch manually, rotate [SQL] counter clockwise.
t Operate the transceiver in the normal way (push [PTT] to transmit; release [PTT] to receive). y To cancel the digital code/call sign squelch, push [TONE T-SCAN ] several times until or disappears. NOTE: While in the digital mode operation, the monitor function (pushing [MONI ANM ]) works as the analog monitor for receiving an FM signal. The digital monitor function is activate using the Squelch control knob [SQL].
b Operate the transceiver in the normal way (push [PTT] to transmit; release [PTT] to receive. n To cancel the digital code or call sign squelch, push [FUNC] then [ENT C(T-OFF)].
While scanning in digital mode:
The call sign squelch function deactivate, then after cancelling the scan it will activate again. Scan stops near channel in a 5 kHz tuning steps, and then no sound comes out.
I Slow data communication
In addition to the digital voice communication, a slow data communication is available (Refer p. 5 about the transceiverPC connection details). q Set the desired frequency. wSet another settings, such as repeater call, digital code squelch, transmit output power. e Push [BANK OPT ] for 1 sec. then push [BANK OPT ] or [V/MHz] several times to select the automatic data transmission setting. (see p. 69)
ATX appears. Skip this setting, if you want to transmit manually.
t Start up the slow data communication application. ySet the application as follows. Port : The same COM port number as IC-2200Hs Baud rate : 4800 bps or 9600 bps (same as step r) Data : 8 bit Parity : None Stop : 1 bit Flow control : Xon/Xoff uTransceiver automatically transmits or receive the data when you sending data to transceiver. Or push and hold [PTT] to transmit, release to receive the data manually.
( ) (front panel); or
(microphone) (microphone) Reverse mode
*Available for USA version only. Appears when accessing set mode from VFO mode only. Appears when accessing set mode from memory mode only.
Bank link function Bank setting
Channel skip setting Transmit permission
Scan resume timer
OTHER FUNCTIONS D Tone squelch tone
Sets subaudible tone frequency (both encoder and decoder) for tone squelch operation. Total of 50 tone frequencies (67.0254.1 Hz) are available. (default: 88.5 Hz)
D Display dimmer
Adjust to suit lighting conditions. The levels 1 (dark) to 4 (bright: default) are available.
Available subaudible tone frequencies
D Display color
The display color can be set to amber (default) or green.
67.0 69.3 71.9 74.4 77.0
79.7 82.5 85.4 88.5 91.5
94.8 97.4 100.0 103.5 107.2
110.9 114.8 118.8 123.0 127.3
131.8 136.5 141.3 146.2 151.4
156.7 159.8 162.2 165.5 167.9
171.3 173.8 177.3 179.9 183.5
186.2 189.9 192.8 196.6 199.5
203.5 206.5 210.7 218.1 225.7
229.1 233.6 241.8 250.3 254.1
D DTCS code and polarity
Sets DTCS code (both encoder and decoder) for DTCS squelch operation. Total of 104 codes are available. (default: 023)
Amber setting (default)
D Repeater tone
Sets subaudible tone frequency (encoder only) for repeater operation. Total of 50 tone frequencies (67.0254.1 Hz) are available. (default: 88.5 Hz)
D DTCS polarity
Sets DTCS polarity for transmission and reception from NN, NR, RN, RR. (default: NN)
OTHER FUNCTIONS D Offset frequency
Sets the duplex offset frequency within 0 to 20 MHz range. During duplex (repeater) operation, transmit frequency (or receive when reverse function is set to ON) shifts the set frequency. (default value may differ depending on versions)
D Scan resume timer
Selects scan resume timer from SCT-15 (default), SCT-10, SCT-5 and SCP-2. SCT-15/10/5 : Scan pauses for 15/10/5 sec., then resumes. SCP-2 : Pause on a signal until signal disappears, then resumes 2 sec. after the signal disappears.
D Reverse mode
Sets the reverse function ON and OFF (default).
D Transmit permission
Turns transmission permission ON and OFF. This function can be set for each memory, call channel and VFO, independently.
Reverse function OFF (default)
Reverse function ON
D Tuning step
Selects tuning step from 5 (default), 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 50 kHz for [DIAL] or [Y]/[Z] operation.
Transmission is permitted. (default)
Transmission is inhibited.
SET DIGITAL PRIO AO BUSY MUTE NAR MID LOW
Short squelch delay setting
Long squelch delay setting
D S-meter squelch D Repeater lockout
Selects lockout type from repeater, busy and OFF. OF : No lockout is activated (default) RP : The repeater lockout is turned ON BU : The busy lockout is turned ON
Selects S-meter squelch threshold level from OFF and S1S7. This setting allows you to set a minimum signal level needs to open the squelch.
Busy lock-out setting
Repeater lock-out setting
OTHER FUNCTIONS D DTMF speed
The rate at which DTMF memories send individual DTMF characters can be set to accommodate operating needs. 1 : 100 msec. interval; 5.0 cps speed (default) 2 : 200 msec. interval; 2.5 cps speed 3 : 300 msec. interval; 1.6 cps speed 5 : 500 msec. interval; 1.0 cps speed
D Squelch attenuator
Turns the squelch attenuator function ON and OFF. ON : The squelch attenuator activates when [SQL] control is set between 12 oclock and fully clockwise position. (default) OF : The squelch attenuator does not function.
D Display type
Selects LCD indication type from frequency, channel number and channel names. FR : Shows frequency (default) CH : Shows channel number* NM : Shows channel names
*Programmed memory channels only can be selected.
D ALC function
Sets the ALC (Automatic Level Control) function ON and OFF (default). The ALC function reduces the microphone gain automatically when the transmission audio is distorted.
ALC function OFF (default)
ALC function ON
Frequency indication setting
Memory channel name indication setting
I Weather channel operation
D Weather channel selection
q Push [M/CALL PRIO ] several times to select weather channel group. w Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired weather channel. e Push [M/CALL PRIO ] to select memory mode, or push [V/MHz SCAN ] to select VFO mode.
U.S.A. versions only q Select the desired weather channel. w Turn the weather alert function ON in set mode. Push [SET LOCK ] to enter set mode. Push [SET LOCK ] or [S.MW MW ] to select the weather alert item, then rotate [DIAL] to set ON. Push [TONE T-SCAN ] to exit set mode. e Sets the desired stand-by condition.
Selects VFO, memory or call channel. Scan or priority watch operation can also be selected.
r When the alert is detected, a beep sounds and the following indication will be displayed.
DIGITAL PRIO AO BUSY DIGITAL PRIO AO BUSY MUTE NAR MID LOW
ANM DUP T-SCAN PRIO SCAN LOCK ANM DUP T-SCAN PRIO SCAN
NOAA broadcast stations transmit weather alert tones before important weather announcements. When the weather alert function is turned ON, the selected weather channel is monitored each 5 sec. for the announcement. When the alert signal is detected, the AL.T and the WX channel are displayed alternately and sounds a beep tone until the transceiver is operated. The previously selected (used) weather channel is checked periodically during standby or while scanning.
Shows above indications alternately.
t Turn the weather alert function OFF in set mode. NOTE: While receiving a signal (on a frequency other than the weather alert ON frequency), the receiving signal or audio will be interrupted momentarily every 5 sec. (approx.) in case the alert function is turned ON. This symptom is caused by the WX alert function. To cancel these symptoms, set the weather alert item OFF in set mode.
I Microphone keys
The supplied HM-133Vs (optional for some versions) [F-1] and [F-2] keys memorize the transceiver conditions. The [UP]/[DN] keys of the standard or an optional microphone (other than the HM-133V) can be assigned functions like the function keys on the transceivers front panel.
D [UP]/[DN] keys on a microphones
(other than HM-133V)
The following functions are assigned to the [UP]/[DN] keys on the other microphones (HM-118N/TAN, etc.) when rst applying power. [UP] : channel up; push and hold to start scan, push again to stop scan. [DN] : channel down; push and hold to start scan, push again to stop scan. Assigning a function q Turn the power OFF. w While pushing the desired key on the transceiver and one of either [UP]/[DN] keys on the microphone, turn the power ON.
The function is programmed into the key.
D [F-1]/[F-2] keys on HM-133V
The following conditions can be memorized into [F-1] and [F-2] keys, independently. Operating frequency Repeater setting (offset direction and frequency, tone
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