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Comments to date: 12. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
fooler 4:56am on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 
OK so the E250V is not a bad little phone, HOWEVER, I have had to visit my network provider several times to try and get picture messaging working.
daves 5:46pm on Sunday, October 24th, 2010 
The E250 is a compact & thin slider phone which has been designed by Samsung to hit the mid range mobile phone market by storm.
phlipside 9:08pm on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 
Great Cheap Phone Bought this phone in Oslo airport in December 09 for about the equivlaent of $100 USA. That included a pre-paid sim card for Norway. Worked for less than 2 months, failed, cheap materials Phone arrived promptly and worked fine initially.
JDF 7:49pm on Monday, October 4th, 2010 
I bought this phone about 2 years ago in July 2007. My personal experience with the Samsung SGH-E250 is primarily a positive. I purchased my ‘Samsung E250′ mobile phone on 8th of March 2007, and as you can see i remember the date of purchase too.
ebontrager 1:17am on Monday, October 4th, 2010 
Premium design meets VGA Camera in the feature-rich SGH-E250, a stylish slider with all the moves. The slim in the slide-up category with refined. This was my first decent phone that included Bluetooth, reasonable camera, SD card slot to expand phone memory and one that just looked nice.
olivogt 4:27pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 
Samsung E 250 is folding mobile phone. It is Fashionable mobile phone. It is simple music players. If also does not support all format song.
Vestlink 2:57pm on Sunday, August 8th, 2010 
samsung e250 A very handy lightweight phone which came unblocked and works well on the Vodaphone IE network for which it was bought. moby review I like the phone but wished it had a usb connection for putting the pictures on my computer.
patochan 7:07pm on Sunday, July 18th, 2010 
I think that this phone is perfect for beginners and people who just want a simple phone to call, message and maybe take the odd photo. I have owned two of these phones over the past two years and so I am in a position to comment on their reliabity and userfriendliness.
marinechick 10:06am on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 
I got the samsung e250 last year for a reasonable price (its gone down alot since then), i found it really easy to use and the camera was ok. WaZup! this e250 is nice, i wish this has 2mp camera.. not a VGA. u CANT change its message tone. it cant support themes. well.
raross3 6:56am on Friday, May 7th, 2010 
phone review Really liked this phone - bought for my husband a few months ago and have since bought another in a different colour for myself.
Heidrun Terasa 8:55am on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 
Die Hard, Die Too Soon! These are great phones for about three months (or less) after which they simply find a half dozen good ways to fail. Very good phone I wanted an unlocked phone because my previous phone was having a very weird problem.
danns 10:56pm on Monday, April 12th, 2010 
I thought that the phone was a good starter phone. The E250 is a compact & thin slider phone which has been designed by Samsung to hit the mid range mobile phone market by storm.

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VHF/UHF DIGITAL TRANSCEIVER
Position display example showing N 192.
Digital Dual Band Mobile with Wideband Receiver
Digital Voice + 950 bps* data capability
The ID-800H can transmit and receive D-STAR format digital voice and 950 bps data communication, simultaneously. The Digital features of the ID-800H are compatible with IC-2200H, IC-V82 and ICU82 radios with the optional UT-118 installed. In addition, analog FM mode is also available. * Approximate value.
Powerful 55W/50W output power
The ID-800H has 55W/50W (VHF/UHF) output. It is Icoms most powerful dual band mobile. High power for long distance communications plus reduced power settings (15/5W) for local communications.

Wideband receiver

The ID-800H wideband receiver covers 118173, 230549 and 810999MHz* as standard. Listen to your Amateur VHF/UHF bands, as well as aviation, marine, weather and other utility communications in a compact mobile package.
* Excluding Cellular range. AM, FM, N-FM mode only.

GPS Coordination data

When an external GPS receiver (NMEA 0183 format) is connected to the ID-800H, yours and other stations position information can be exchanged and shown on the display. When the receiving side is connected to a PC*, map plotting is possible. Supported data formats are GLL, GGA, RMC, GSA and VTG sentences.
* Map plotting software required (Not supplied by Icom ).

Detachable front panel

The separation cable, OPC-600/R, is supplied with the radio allowing the compact remote control head* to be installed almost anywhere.
* 111 (W) 40 (H) 38.5 (D) mm; 11732 in.

Calling by callsign

In the digital voice mode, your callsign and the calling stations callsign (or CQ message) are included in each transmission. The callsign squelch allows you to choose an incoming call selected by the callsign. Also, received callsigns are automatically stored in the memory.
500 alphanumeric memory channels
With this much memory, you can fill your ID800H with all of your favorite frequencies and operation settings! Then name each memory channel with up to 6 characters for quick channel identication.

HM-133

And more digital features
20-character short data message Digital code squelch EMR communication Digital pocket beep Stand-by beep

And more

Multi color display (Amber, yellow, and green) Built-in CTCSS and DTCS tone squelch Pocket beep and tone scan Selectable squelch delay Remote control microphone, HM-133 Narrow band FM capability RF attenuator linked to the squelch control 16 DTMF memory channels (24 digits) 9600bps data connector (mini DIN 8-pin) Auto repeater function* Weather channel with weather alert*

(*U.S.A. version only)

Applicable U.S. Military Specications
Standard Low Pressure High Temp. Low Temp. Temp. Shock Solar Radiation Humidity Salt Fog Dust Vibration Shock MIL 810 C MIL 810 D Method Proc. Method Proc. 500.1 I 500.2 I, II 501.1 I 501.2 I, II 502.1 I 502.2 I, II 503.1 I 503.2 I 505.1 I 505.2 I 507.1 I, II 507.2 II, III 509.1 I 509.2 I 510.1 I 510.2 I 514.2 VIII, X 514.3 I 516.2 I, II, V 516.3 I, IV MIL 810 E Method Proc. 500.3 I, II 501.3 I, II 502.3 I, II 503.3 I 505.3 I 507.3 II, III 509.3 I 510.3 I 514.4 I 516.4 I, IV MIL 810 F Method Proc. 500.4 I, II 501.4 I, II 502.4-3 I, II 503.4 I 505.4 I 507.4 509.4 510.4 I 514.5 I 516.5 I, IV

SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL
Frequency coverage : USA Guaranteed 144148, 440450MHz Tx working 144148, 420450MHz General Guaranteed 144148, 430440MHz 136173.995, 400478.995MHz Tx working Receiver coverage (working range) : 118173.995, 230549.995, 810999.990MHz*
(* Cellular blocked for USA version)

Tuning step increments

: 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 100 and 200kHz Current drain (at 13.8V DC) : Transmit High 12A/12.5A (VHF/UHF) Receive Stand-by 0.9A Max. audio 1.1A Dimensions (W H D) : 185.4mm; (Projections not included) 7516 in : 1.2kg; 2.65lb Weight (approx.)

RECEIVER

Intermediate frequencies : 46.05MHz/450kHz (1st/2nd) Sensitivity (144/430MHz band only) : Less than 0.18V FM (12dB SINAD) Less than 0.35V DV (BER 1%) Squelch sensitivity (144/430MHz band only) : : Less than 0.13V FM (threshold) Selectivity (Wide/narrow) : More than 12/6kHz at 6dB Less than 30/20kHz at 60dB Spurious and image rejection: More than 60dB Audio output (at 13.8V DC) : More than 2.0W

at 10% distortion with an 8 load
Mode : FM, GMSK, AM (receive only) No. of memory channels : 512 (Including 2 call and 10 Antenna impedance Power supply requirement : 13.8V DC 15% Usable temperature range : 10C to +60C ; +14F to +140F Frequency stability : 2.5ppm (10C to +60C) Digital transmission speed : 4.8kbps Voice coding speed : 2.4kbps
scan edges) : 50 (SO-239)

TRANSMITTER

Output power VHF UHF : 55W, 15W*, 5W* selectable 50W, 15W*, 5W* selectable : Variable reactance GMSK : 5.0/2.5kHz (FM, wide/narrow) : Less than 60dB : 600 (8-pin modular jack)
*Middle and low power settings are approxminate value.

Ext. speaker connector

: 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (18") /8
Modulation system FM DV Max. frequency deviation Spurious emissions Microphone impedance
All stated specications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Supplied accessories: Hand microphone, HM-133 3.5m (11.5ft) separation cable, OPC-600/R DC power cable, OPC-1132 Mounting bracket Spare fuse

OPTIONS

HM-118N HAND MICROPHONE Regular hand microphone.
HM-133 REMOTE CONTROL MICROPHONE Remote control microphone with keypad backlighting.
OPC-600/R, OPC-601/R SEPARATION CABLES OPC-600/R: 3.5m (11.5ft); OPC-601/R: 7.0m (23.0ft)
OPC-1384 DATA CABLE Transceiver to PC/GPS receiver, 8-Pin DIN to RS232C cable.
OPC-440, OPC-647 MIC EXTENSION CABLES OPC-440: 5.0m (16.4ft); OPC-647: 2.5m (8.2ft)
MB-17A MOBILE MOUNTING BRACKET
CS-D800 CLONING SOFTWARE + OPC-478/OPC-478U CLONING CABLE For quick and easy programming of memories, etc. OPC-478: RS-232C cable; OPC-478U: USB cable SP-10 EXTERNAL SPEAKER OPC-441 SPEAKER EXTENSION CABLE 5.0m (16.4ft) OPC-1132, OPC-347 DC POWER CABLES OPC-1132: 3.0m (9.8ft); OPC-347: 7.0m (23ft) MB-65 MOUNT BASE Mounts the remote control head with the MB-58. Angle and direction is adjustable. MB-58 REMOTE CONTROL HEAD BRACKET Mounts the remote control head in a convenient location. OPC-474 CLONING CABLE Data cloning cable between transceivers.
All trademarks are the properties of their respective holders.
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Fax: +81 (06) 6793 0013

URL: http://www.icom.co.jp/world/index.html

Count on us!

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Your local distributor/dealer:
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JP98/14190QA

TW03/00288EM
Icom Inc. (Japan), is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification acquired company.

05EK0040

2005 Icom Inc.

Printed in Japan

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Icom ID-800H VHF/UHF Radio
MiniOperating Guide by W5JCK
[SETLOCK] Set, Lock Switch Press to enter Set mode. Press and hold for 1 sec. to switch the Lock function On or Off. [DIAL] Tuning Dial Turn to select operating frequency, memory channel, setting for Set mode item, or scanning direction. [VOL] Volume Control Turn to adjust audio. [PWR] Power Switch Press and hold 1 sec. to turn power On/Off. Microphone Connector Connects the HM-133 microphone. [SQL] Squelch Control Turn to adjust squelch level. [MONIDTMF] Monitor, DTMF Press to switch the Monitor funct. On/Off. During analog operation, press and hold for 1 second to turn DTMF memory encoder On or Off. During digital operation, press and hold to turn the EMR function On or Off. [LOWDUP] Output Power, Duplex Switch Press to change the power output level. Press and hold for 1 sec. to select between DUP-, DUP+, and Simplex operation.
[TONET-SCAN] Tone, Tone Scan Switch During analog operation, press to select a Tone function. During digital operation, press to select a digital Squelch function. During digital operation, press and hold to turn the Break-in function On or Off. [M/CALLPRIO] Memory/Call, Priority Sw. Press to select between memory, Call, and Weather Channel modes. Press and hold for 1 sec. to start the Priority Watch operation. [V/MHzSCAN] VFO/MHz Tuning, Scan Sw. Press to select between VFO mode and 1 MHz Tuning mode. Press and hold 1 sec. to start/stop scan. [BANDMODE] Band Switch During VFO op., press to select the operating frequency. During Call Channel op., press to select between call channels 1 or 2. During Memory Channel op., press to select memory bank condition. Press and hold for 1 sec. then turn to select operating mode. [S.MWMW] Memory Write Switch Press to select a memory channel for programming. Press and hold for 1 sec. to program a memory channel.
Icom ID800H MiniOperating Guide by W5JCK, September 2007

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Using the HM-133 Microphone
You can use the keypad and buttons on the HM-133 microphone to perform many of the common tasks required for operating the radio, including selecting a frequency band and directly entering a frequency.
9 VFO/Lock Switch PTT Switch Up/Down Switches Activity Indicator Keypad Function Indicator 2

Using the / Keys

Select a Frequency Press or to select a frequency (in VFO mode) or memory channel (in Memory mode). Start a Scan Press and hold or for 1 sec. to activate the scan mode. Stop a Scan Press or to cancel the scan. Select a Band Press [BAND] then press or to select band. Press [BAND] again to activate the desired band.

function Switch

DTMF Select switch Function Switches

10 Band Switch

11 Memory/Call Switch

Select a Frequency Band

Directly Enter a Frequency

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Basic Operation
Turning the power On or Off
Press and hold [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn the power On or Off.
Selecting a Frequency Band
1. Press [BANDMODE]. 2. Rotate the Dial to select the band. 3. Press [BANDMODE] to activate the desired band. You can select between 2m and 70cm bands for transmission, and 127 MHz, 2m, 220 MHz, 350 MHz, 70cm, 500 MHz, and 900 MHz bands for reception. Alternatively: See Using the HM-133 Microphone section for instructions on using the microphone to select a band.

Activating VFO Mode

Press [V/MHzSCAN] to activate the VFO mode. Alternatively: Press the HM-133 microphone button [VFO/LOCK] to activate VFO mode.

Operating in VFO Mode

If necessary, press [V/MHzSCAN] to activate the VFO mode. To change the frequency using 1 KHz steps, rotate the Dial. To change the frequency using 100 KHz, 1 MHz, or 10 MHz steps: 1. Press [V/MHzSCAN] one or more times to toggle between 100 KHz, 1 MHz, and 10 MHz tuning steps. 2. Rotate [DIAL] to change the frequency. To start a scan, press and hold [V/MHzSCAN] for 1 second. To stop a scan, press [V/MHzSCAN]. Note: The digit associated with each tuning step (100 KHz, 1 MHz, or 10 MHz) disappears when that step is selected.

Activating Memory Mode

Press [M/CALLPRIO] to activate Memory mode. The indicator icon appears on the LCD display when Memory mode is activated. Alternatively: Press the HM-133 microphone button [MR/CALL] to activate Memory mode.

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Operating in Memory Mode
If necessary, press [M/CALLPRIO] to activate Memory mode. To change the Memory channel, rotate [DIAL]. To start a scan, press and hold [V/MHzSCAN] for 1 second. To stop a scan, press [V/MHzSCAN]. Alternatively: See Using the HM-133 Microphone section for instructions on using the microphone / and/or keypad buttons to perform these operations.

Memory Bank Selection

The ID-800H has 10 Memory Banks (A to J), each of which can contain up to 500 Memory channels. To select a Memory channel within a Bank: 1. If necessary, press [M/CALLPRIO] to activate Memory mode. 2. Press [BANDMODE] one or more times to activate the Memory Bank selection. (The Bank initial blinks on the LCD display.) 3. Rotate [DIAL] to display the desired Memory Bank. 4. Press [BANDMODE] to select the Memory Bank. (The Bank initial stops blinking.) 5. Rotate the Dial to select a Memory channel within the bank. To return to regular Memory mode, Press [BANDMODE] twice.
Using the Monitor Function
This function is used to listen to weak signals without disturbing the squelch setting. To activate, press [MONIDTMF] to open the squelch. (The Busy icon blinks on the LCD display`.) To cancel, press [MONIDTMF] again.
Alternatively: Press the HM-133 microphone button [BANKMONI1] to activate or cancel the Monitor function.
Selecting the Call Channel
Call channel is a pre-programmed Memory channel accessed by pressing the Call channel button. 1. Press [M/CALLPRIO] one or more times to activate Call Channel mode. 2. Press [BANDMODE] to select the desired call channel. (In Memory mode, the C1 or C2 icon blinks. In VFO mode, the c icon blinks.) 3. To cancel Call Channel mode: To return to Memory mode, press [M/CALLPRIO] one or more times. To return to VFO mode, press [V/MHzSCAN].
Alternatively: Press and hold the HM-133 microphone button [MRCALL] for 1 sec. to activate the Call Channel mode, then press [BANDMODE] to select the desired call channel in the main Band.To cancel, press [MRCALL] to return to Memory mode, or press [VFO/LOCK] to return to VFO mode.

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Operating through a Repeater
Normally, you will operate the ID-800H through repeater frequencies that have been preprogrammed into the radios Memory channels. However, the occasion may arise in which you need to operate through a repeater that has not been pre-programmed. This section instructs you in setting up the ID-800H to operate through a repeater. 1. Activate VFO mode: Press [V/MHzSCAN] to activate the VFO mode. 2. Select the Frequency Band: See Selecting a Frequency Band for instructions. 3. Set the Receive Frequency: See Operating in VFO Mode for instructions. This is the frequency on which your radio receives the repeaters transmissions. (For example, you will receive the Tarrant County R.A.C.E.S. repeater on 146.940 MHz.) 4. If necessary, Set the Repeater Shift:

Note: If the Auto Repeater Function is set to On and the repeater uses a standard repeater shift, this step will not be necessary as the ID-800H will automatically set the shift. To manually set the repeater shift: Press and hold [LOWDUP] for 1 sec., once or twice, to select minus duplex or plus duplex shift. For minus duplex, DUP appears on the LCD screen. The repeaters receive freq. is set lower than its transmit frequency. For plus duplex, DUP appears on the LCD screen. The repeaters receive freq. is set higher than its transmit frequency. If the repeater uses an offset frequency amount other than 0.6 MHz for 2m band or 5 MHz for 70cm band, manually set the offset in Step 5. Example: Set the 146.940 repeater shift to minus duplex DUP. This sets the repeaters receive frequency to 146.340 MHz.
5. If necessary, Set the Repeater Offset Frequency Amount:
Note: This step is only necessary if the repeaters offset frequency is an amount other than 0.6 MHz on the 2m band or 5 MHz on the 70cm band. a. Press [SETLOCK] to activate Set mode. b. If necessary, rotate [DIAL] to select SET. c. Press [SETLOCK] one or more times until DUP and offset frequency appear. d. Rotate [DIAL] to select the offset frequency. e. Press [TONET-SCAN] to set the offset and exit Set mode.

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6. Set the Repeater Tone Encoder Type and Tone Frequency:
a. Press [SETLOCK] to activate Set mode. b. If necessary, rotate [DIAL] to select SET. c. Press [SETLOCK] one or more times until T and rT appear. d. Rotate [DIAL] to select the subaudible tone frequency. Example: Set tone frequency to 110.9 for the 146.940 repeater. e. Press [TONET-SCAN] to set the tone frequency and exit Set mode.
You can now operate through the repeater. To ensure you do not lose these settings, you can save this information to a Memory channel.
Programming a Memory Channel
VFO settings, including the set mode contents such as subaudible tone frequency or offset, can be programmed into a memory channel.
1. Press [S.MWMW] to activate memory channel programming mode. The indicator icon appears on the LCD display. 2. Rotate [DIAL] to select a blank Memory channel in which to program the current settings. Be certain you select a blank channel so as to not overwrite any existing channels. 3. Press and hold [S.MWMW] for 1 sec. to program the channel. Three beeps will sound indicating the channel was programmed.

Assigning a Memory Channel to a Memory Bank
Each memory channel and the call channel can be programmed with an alphanumeric name for easy recognition. Names can be a maximum of six characters.
1. Press [M/CALLPRIO] to activate Memory mode, then rotate [DIAL] to select the Memory channel. 2. Press [SETLOCK] to activate Set mode. 3. Press [SETLOCK] several times until BAK is displayed. 4. Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired Memory bank. 5. Press [V/MHzSCAN] to exit Set mode.

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