Yaesu FT-60R Manual
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INTERFACE OF PACKET TNCS
The FT-60R may be used for Packet operation, using the optional CT-44 microphone adapter (available from your Yaesu dealer) for easy interconnection to commonly-available connectors wired to your TNC. You may also build your own cable, using a fourconductor miniature phone plug, per the diagram below. The audio level from the receiver to the TNC may be adjusted by using the VOL knob, as with voice operation. The input level to the FT-60R from the TNC should be adjusted at the TNC side; the optimum input voltage is approximately 5 mV at 2000 Ohms. Be sure to turn the transceiver and TNC off before connecting the cables, so as to prevent voltage spikes from possibly damaging your transceiver. 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. See page 59 for details regarding Battery Saver setup.
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Hi! Im R. F. Radio, and Ill be helping you along as you learn the many features of the FT-60R. I know youre anxious to get on the air, but I encourage you to read the Operation section of this manual as thoroughly as possible, so youll get the most out of this fantastic new transceiver. Now.lets get operating!
SWITCHING POWER ON AND OFF
Be sure the Battery Pack is installed, and that the battery is fully charged. Connect the antenna to the top panel Antenna jack. Rotate the top panels VOL knob out of the click-stop to turn on the radio. The current DC supply voltage will be indicated on the display for 2 seconds. After this 2 second interval, the display will resume its normal indication of the operating frequency. To turn the radio off, turn the VOL knob fully counter-clockwise into the click stop position.
ADJUSTING THE AUDIO VOLUME LEVEL AND SQUELCH SETTING
At first, set the SQL knob fully counter-clockwise. Now, you may rotate the VOL knob to adjust the receiver level for a comfortable listing level, using the background noise as a reference. To set the squelch, turn the SQL knob clockwise, slightly past the point where the background noise is muted. This is the point of best sensitivity to weak signals, and we recommend that you not rotate the SQL knob very much past the point where the background noise is just silenced. 1) A special RF Squelch feature is provided on this radio. This feature allows you to set the squelch so that only signals exceeding a certain S-meter level will open the squelch. See page 18 for details. 2) If youre operating in an area of high RF pollution, you may need to consider Tone Squelch operation using the built-in CTCSS Decoder. This feature will keep your radio quiet until a call is received from a station sending a carrier which contains a matching (subaudible) CTCSS tone. Or, if your friends have radios equipped with DCS (Digital Coded Squelch) like your FT-60R has, try using that mode for silent monitoring of busy channels.
SELECTING THE OPERATING BAND [BAND(BAND DN)] key repetitively. You will Press the see the LCD indication move toward a higher frequency band each time you press the [BAND(BAND DN)] key.
850 MHz 144 MHz 250 MHz 350 MHz 430 MHz 850 MHz If you wish to move the operating band selection downward (toward a lower frequency band), press the [F/W] key first, then press the [BAND(BAND DN)] key. 350 MHz 250 MHz 144 MHz 850 MHz 430 MHz 350 MHz Once you have selected the desired band, you BAND FREQUENCY RANGE may initiate manual tuning (or scanning) per 144 MHz Band 108.000 - 200.000 MHz 250 MHz Band 200.000 - 300.000 MHz the discussion in the next chapter.
350 MHz Band 430 MHz Band 850 MHz Band 300.000 - 400.000 MHz 400.000 - 520.000 MHz 700.000 - 999.990 MHz
The FT-60R will initially be operating in the VFO mode, a channelized system which allows free tuning throughout the currently-selected operating band. Three basic frequency navigation methods are available on the FT-60R:
1) Tuning Dial
Rotation of the DIAL allows tuning in the pre-programmed steps established for the current operating band. Clockwise rotation of the DIAL causes the FT-60R to be tuned toward a higher frequency, while counter-clockwise rotation will lower the operating frequency. If you press the [F/W] 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 FT-60R.
2) Direct Keypad Frequency Entry
The desired operating frequency may be entered directly from the keypad. To enter a frequency from the keypad, just press the numbered digits on the keypad in the proper sequence. Examples: To enter 146.560 MHz, press       To enter 146.5625 MHz (in 12.5 kHz),     
Press and hold in either the [ (MHz)] or [ (MHz)] key for one second to initiate upward or downward scanning, respectively (Manual VFO Scan). For scanning within a limited sub-band range, from the VFO mode, press and hold in the [V/M(PRI)] key for one second to begin scanning toward a higher frequency within the previously-defined sub-band (Programmed VFO Scan). Details regarding sub-band setup may be found on page 36. 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 FT-60R is scanning. The scanning direction will be reversed. To revert to scanning toward a higher frequency once more, rotate the DIAL one click clockwise.
(Manual VFO Scan)
(Programmed VFO Scan)
The scanner will stop when it receives a signal strong enough to break through the Squelch threshold. The FT-60R will then hold on that frequency according to the setting of the RESUME mode (Set Mode Item 34: RESUME). Press the PTT switch momentarily to cancel the scanning. This only stops the scan; it does not cause transmission to occur. See page 35 for details regarding Scan Operation.
DISABLING THE KEYPAD BEEPER
A keypad beeper provides useful audible feed back whenever a keypad is pressed. If you want to turn the beep off: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 6: BEEP. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to change the setting to OFF. 5. Press the PTT switch to save the new setting and return to normal operation. 6. To turn the beep back on again, select KEY or KEY+SC (factory default) in step 4 above. KEY: The beeper sounds when you press the keypad. KEY+SC: The beeper sounds when you press the keypad, or when the scanner stops.
A special RF Squelch feature is provided on this radio. This feature allows you to set the squelch so that only signals exceeding a certain S-meter level will open the squelch. To set up the RF squelch circuit for operation, use the following procedure: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 37: RF SQL. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the desired signal strength level for the squelch threshold (S-1, S-2, S-3, S-4, S-5, S-6, S-8, SFULL, or OFF). 5. Press the PTT switch to save the new setting and return to normal operation. 6. Finally, rotate the SQL knob fully clockwise.
CHECKING THE BATTERY VOLTAGE
The FT-60Rs microprocessor includes programming which will measure the current battery voltage. 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 12: DC VLT. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to display the current DC voltage being supplied. 4. Press the PTT switch to return to normal operation.
Repeater stations, usually located on mountaintops or other high locations, provide a dramatic extension of the communication range for low-powered hand-held or mobile transceivers. The FT-60R includes a number of features which make repeater operation simple and enjoyable.
Your FT-60R has been configured, at the factory, for the repeater shifts customary in your country. For the 144 MHz band shift will be 600 kHz; on the 430 MHz band, the shift may be 1.6 MHz, 7.6 MHz, or 5 MHz (USA version). Depending on the part of the band in which you are operating, the repeater shift may be either downward ( ) or upward ( ), and one of these icons will appear at the top of the LCD when repeater shifts have been enabled.
TONE SEARCH SCANNING
In operating situations where you dont know the CTCSS or DCS tone being used by another station or stations, you can command the radio to listen to the incoming signal and scan in search of the tone being used. Two things must be remembered in this regard: You must be sure that your repeater uses the same tone type (CTCSS vs. DCS). Some repeaters do not pass the CTCSS tone; you may have to listen to the station(s) transmitting on the repeater uplink (input) frequency in order to allow Tone Search Scanning to work. To scan for the tone in use: 1. Set the radio up for either CTCSS or DCS Decoder operation (see the previous discussions). In the case of CTCSS, will appear on the display; in the case of DCS, will appear on the display. 2. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [2(CODE)] key. 3. Press and hold in the [ (MHz)] or [ (MHz)] key for one second to start scanning for the incoming CTCSS or DCS tone/ code. 4. When the radio detects the correct tone or code, it will halt on that tone/code, and audio will be allowed to pass. Press the [F/W] key to lock in that tone/code, then press the [F/W] key again to exit to normal operation. If the Tone Scan feature does not detect a tone or code, it will continue to scan indefinitely. When this happens, it may be that the other station is not sending any tone. You can press the PTT switch to halt the scan at any time. You also can press the MONI key during Tone Scanning to listen to the (muted) signal from the other station. When you release the MONI key, Tone Scanning will resume after about a second. Tone Scanning works either in the VFO or Memory modes.
CTCSS/DCS BELL OPERATION
During CTCSS Decode or DCS operation, you may set up the FT-60R such that a ringing bell sound alerts you to the fact that a call is coming in. Here is the procedure for activating the CTCSS/DCS Bell: 1. Set the transceiver up for CTCSS Decode (Tone Squelch) or DCS operation, as described previously. 2. Adjust the operating frequency to the desired channel. 3. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [5(BELL)] key. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to set the desired number of rings of the Bell. The available choices are 1 T, 3 T, 5 T, or 8 T rings, CONT (continuous ringing), or OFF. 5. Press the PTT switch momentarily to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. When you are called by a station whose transceiver is sending a CTCSS tone or DCS code which matches that set into your Decoder, the Bell will ring in accordance with this programming.
Standard Memory Channels (1000 channels)
PMS Memory Channels (50 Sets)
L48/U48 L49/U49 L50/U50
Weather Broadcast Channels (10 channels)
144 MHz Band 250 MHz Band 350 MHz Band 430 MHz Band 850 MHz Band
WX2 WX3 WX4
Memory Bank 1 Memory Bank 2 Memory Bank 3 Memory Bank 4 Memory Bank 5 Memory Bank 6 Memory Bank 7 Memory Bank 8 Memory Bank 9 Memory Bank 10
Memory Banks (10 banks) HOME Channels (5 channels)
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 [F/W] key for one second. 3. Within five seconds of releasing the [F/W] key, you need to make a decision regarding channel storage. The microprocessor will automatically select the next-available free channel (a memory register on which no data has been stored), so you may not wish to make any change; if this is the case, proceed to step 4. If you wish to select a different channel number into which to store the data, rotate the DIAL knob to select the desired memory channel. You may jump 100 memory channels, if youre in a hurry (301 ) by pressing the [BAND(BAND DN)] key (multiple times, if necessary). 4. Press the [F/W] key once more to store the frequency into memory. 5. You still will be operating in the VFO mode, so you may now enter other frequencies, and store them into additional memory locations, by repeating the above process.
Storing Independent Transmit Frequencies (Odd Splits)
All memories can store an independent transmit frequency, for operation on repeaters with non-standard shift. To do this: 1. Store the receive frequency using the method already described under MEMORY STORAGE (it doesnt matter if a repeater offset is active). 2. Turn to the desired transmit frequency, then press and hold in the [F/W] key for one second. 3. Within five seconds of releasing the [F/W] key, rotate the DIAL knob to select the same memory channel number as used in step 1 above. 4. Press and hold in the PTT switch, then press the [F/W] key once more momentarily while holding the PTT switch in (this does not key the transmitter). Whenever you recall a memory which contains independently-stored transmit and receive frequencies, the indication will appear in the display.
To display the alpha-numeric Tag (label):
1. Set the FT-60R to the MR (Memory Recall) mode, and recall the memory channel on which you wish to display its label. 2. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 3. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the Set Mode Item labeled 27: NAME. 4. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Items setting. 5. Rotate the DIAL knob to set this Set Mode Item to ALPHA (thus enabling the alpha-numeric display). 6. Press the PTT key to save the new setting and activate the alpha-numeric Tag.
To disable the alpha-numeric Tag (enabling the frequency display), just repeat the above procedure, rotating the DIAL knob to select FREQ in step 5 above. You may set up some memory channels to have their frequencies displayed, while others may be set to have their Name Tag displayed; the selection within Set Mode Item 27 is not applied to all memory channels at once (just the channel on which you currently are operating).
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 FT-60R in the MR (Memory Recall) mode, select the desired memory channel. 2. Press the [BAND(BAND DN)] key momentarily to activate the Memory Tuning feature. The Memory Channel number will be replaced by tun. And if you have an alpha-numeric Tag displayed on the memory channel, the display will automatically revert to display of the operating frequency, so you can navigate without having to enter the Menu to change the display configuration. 3. Rotate the DIAL knob, 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, just press the [BAND(BAND DN)] key momentarily. The display will revert to display of the alpha-numeric Tag (if any) that may have originally appeared on the LCD. 5. If you wish to store a new frequency set during Memory Tuning, just press and hold in the [F/W] key for one second, per normal memory storage procedure. The microprocessor will automatically set itself to the next-available clear memory location, and you then press [F/W] again to lock in the new frequency. 1) If you want to replace the original memory contents with those of the new frequency, be sure to rotate the DIAL knob to the original memory channel number! 2) Any required CTCSS/DCS changes, or repeater offset modifications, must be done before storing the data into the new (or original) memory channel location.
AUTOMATIC LAMP ILLUMINATION ON SCAN STOP
The FT-60R will automatically illuminate the LCD/Keypad Lamp whenever the scanner stops on a signal; this allows you to see the frequency of the incoming signal better at night. Note that this will, of course, increase the battery consumption, so be sure to switch it off during the day (the default condition for this feature is ON). The procedure for disabling the Scan Lamp is: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 44: SCN.LMP. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to set this Set Mode Item to OFF. 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the setting and exit to normal operation.
BAND EDGE BEEPER
The FT-60R will automatically beep when a band edge is encountered during scanning (either in standard VFO scanning or during PMS operation). You may also enable this feature (band edge beeper) to operate when the frequency reaches the band edge while tuning using the DIAL knob. The procedure for enabling the Band-Edge Beeper is: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 19: EDG.BEP. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to set this Set Mode Item to BEP. ON. 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the setting and exit to normal operation.
EPCS (ENHANCED PAGING & CODE SQUELCH)
The FT-60R includes an Enhanced CTCSS tone encoder/decoder and a dedicated microprocessor providing paging and selective calling feature. This allows you to place a call to a specific station (Paging), and to receive calls of your choice directed only to you (Code Squelch). The paging and code squelch systems use two pairs of (alternately switched) CTCSS tones which are stored in the pager memories. Basically, your receiver remains silent until it receives the CTCSS tone pair that matches those stored in the Receiving Pager Memory. The squelch then opens so the caller is heard, and the paging ringer immediately sounds, if activated. When you close the PTT switch to transmit, the CTCSS tone pair which is stored in the Transmitting Pager Memory will be transmitted automatically. On the paged radio, the squelch will close automatically after the incoming page ends. Meanwhile, on the paging radio, the Enhanced Paging and Code Squelch system will be disabled after the PTT switch is released after the paging transmission. You may re-activate the Enhanced Paging and Code Squelch system again using Set Mode Item 29: PAGER, if desired.
EMERGENCY CHANNEL OPERATION
The FT-60R 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 29 for details on setting the Home channel. The Emergency feature is activated by pressing and holding in the [4(RPT)] key for one second. 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 VOL knob), (C) it flashes the LCD/keypad lamp, (D) if you press the PTT switch, 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 [F/W] key momentarily or turn the radio off by rotating the VOL knob fully counter-clockwise into the click-stop position. 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 Emergency feature may be changed to another function via Set Mode Item 19: EMG S; see page 72 for details. 3) If you place the radio in the VHF Only mode (see page 62 for details), the radio will transmit on the VHF Home channel when you press the PTT switch.
EMERGENCY AUTOMATIC ID (EAI) FEATURE
The Emergency Automatic ID (EAI) feature can be used for searching for persons who are incapacitated in disasters like earthquakes, especially search-and-rescue personnel who may have become injured in a debris field. In such cases, if another searcher sends out a unique command (CTCSS tone pair), the radio of the incapacitated party, who may not be able to speak or even press the PTT switch, will automatically cause the injured partys radio to transmit, so others may perform direction-finding and effect a rescue. The callsign of the incapacitated person will also be transmitted, to assist the rescue team. If an emergency group is working in a dangerous area, all members should engage the EAI feature on their transceiver, so that others can provide assistance to a fallen team member, if necessary. The Emergency Automatic ID (EAI) Feature has two operating modes: (1) Interval mode and (2) Continuous mode.
RECEIVE BATTERY SAVER SETUP
An important feature of the FT-60R 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 FT-60R 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 Set Mode: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 41: RXSAVE. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the desired sleep duration. The selections available are 200 ms, 300 ms, 500 ms, 1 second, 2 seconds, or OFF. The default value is 200 ms. 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT switch 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.
TX BATTERY SAVER
The FT-60R also includes a useful Transmit Battery Saver, which will automatically lower the power output level when the last signal received was very strong. For example, when you are in the immediate vicinity of a repeater station, there generally is no reason to use the High Power output in order to achieve full-quieting access to the repeater. With the Transmit Battery Saver, the automatic selection of Low Power operation conserves battery drain significantly. To activate the Transmit Battery Saver: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 53: TXSAVE. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to set this Set Mode Item to SAV. ON (thus activating the Transmit Battery Saver). 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT switch to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
DISABLING THE TX/BUSY INDICATOR
Further battery conservation may be accomplished by disabling the TX indicator while transmitting and disabling the BUSY indicator while receiving a signal. Use the following procedure: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 8: BSY.LED if you wish to disable the BUSY indicator or Set Mode Item 52: TX.LED if you wish to disable the TX indicator. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to set this Set Mode Item to LED.OFF (thus disabling the BUSY or TX indicator). 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT switch to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. 6. If you wish to re-enable the TX/BUSY Indicator, just repeat the above procedure, rotating the DIAL knob to select LED. ON in step 4 above.
AUTOMATIC POWER-OFF (APO) FEATURE
The APO feature helps conserve battery life by automatically turning the radio off after a user-defined period of time within which there has been no dial or key activity. The available selections for the time before power-off are 0.5 to 12.0 hours in 0.5 hour multiple, as well as APO Off. The default condition for the APO is OFF, and here is the procedure for activating it: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 1: APO. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to select the desired time period after which the radio will automatically shut down. 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT switch to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. When the APO is activated, the icon will appear at the upper right corner on the LCD. If there is no action by you within the time interval programmed, the microprocessor will shut down the radio automatically. Rotate the VOL/PWR knob counter-clockwise to the off position, then clockwise out of the click-stop, to turn the radio on after an APO shutdown.
TRANSMITTER TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT)
The TOT feature provides a safety switch which limits transmission time to a pre-programmed value. This will promote battery conservation by not allowing you to make excessively-long transmissions, and in the event of a stuck PTT switch (perhaps if the radio or a Speaker/Mic is wedged between car seats) it can prevent interference to other users as well as battery depletion. As configured at the factory the TOT feature is set to OFF, and here is the procedure for activating it: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 51: TOT. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to set the Time-Out Timer to the desired Maximum TX time (between 1 and 30 minutes), or OFF. 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT switch to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. 1) When your transmission time is within 10 seconds of the Time-Out Timer expiration, an Alert bell will provide an audible warning from the speaker. 2) Since brief transmissions are the mark of a good operator, try setting up your radios TOT feature for a maximum transmission time of one minute. This will significantly improve battery life, too!
BUSY CHANNEL LOCK-OUT (BCLO)
The BCLO feature prevents the radios transmitter from being activated if a signal strong enough to break through the noise squelch is present. On a frequency where stations using different CTCSS or DCS codes may be active, BCLO prevents you from disrupting their communications accidentally (because your radio may be muted by its own Tone Decoder). The default setting for the BCLO is OFF, and here is how to change that setting: 1. Press the [F/W] key, then press the [0( )SET] key to enter the Set mode. 2. Rotate the DIAL knob to select Set Mode Item 5: BCLO. 3. Press the [F/W] key momentarily to enable adjustment of this Set Mode Item. 4. Rotate the DIAL knob to set this Set Mode Item to BCL. ON (thus activating the BCLO feature). 5. When you have made your selection, press the PTT switch to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
21 [I NET] 22 [INT CD] 23 [INT MR] 24 [LAMP] 25 [LOCK]
Selects the Internet Link Connection mode. Selects the Access Number (DTMF digit) for WIRES operation. Selects the memory register for an Access Number (DTMF code) for non-WIRES Selects the LCD/Keypad Lamp mode. Selects the Control Locking lockout combination.
26 [M/T-CL] 27 [NAME] 28 [NM WRT] 29 [PAGER] 30 [PAG.ABK] 31 [PAG.CDR] 32 [PAG.CDT] 33 [PSWD] 34 [PSWD W] 35 [RESUME] 36 [REV/HM] 37 [RF SQL] 38 [RPT.MOD] 39 [PRI.RVT] 40 [RX MOD] 41 [RXSAVE] 42 [S SRCH] 43 [SCN MD] 44 [SCN.LMP] 45 [SHIFT] 46 [SKIP] 47 [SPLIT] 48 [SQL.TYP] 49 [STEP] 50 [TN FRQ] 51 [TOT] 52 [TX.LED] 53 [TXSAVE] 54 [VFO.BND] 55 [WID.NAR] 56 [WX ALT]
Selects the MONI key (just below the PTT switch) function. Toggles the display indication between frequency and the channels Alpha/Numeric Tag. Stores Alpha-Numeric Tags for the Memory channels. Enables/disables the Enhanced CTCSS Paging & Code Squelch function. Enables/disables the Answer Back function of the Enhanced CTCSS Paging & Code Squelch. Setting the Receiver Pager Code for the Enhanced CTCSS Paging & Code Squelch. Setting the Transmitting Pager Code for the Enhanced CTCSS Paging & Code Squelch. Enables/disables the Password feature. Stores the password. Selects the Scan Resume mode. Selects the function of the [HM/RV] key. Adjusts the RF Squelch threshold level. Sets the Repeater Shift Direction. Enables/disables the Priority Revert feature. Selects the receiving mode. Selects the Receive-mode Battery Saver interval (sleep ratio) Selects the Smart Search Sweep mode. Selects the Memory Scan channel-selection mode. Enables/Disables the Scan lamp while paused. Sets the magnitude of the repeater Shift. Selects the Memory Scan Skip channel-selection mode. Enables/Disables split CTCSS/DCS coding. Selects the Tone Encoder and/or Decoder mode. Setting of the synthesizer steps. Setting of the CTCSS Tone Frequency. Setting of the TOT time. Enables/Disables the TX LED while the radio is transmitting. Enables/Disables the Transmitter Battery Saver. Enables or disables the VFO band edge limiting for the current band. Select Wide (5 kHz) or Narrow (2.5 kHz) TX Deviation. Enables/Disables the Weather Alert Scan feature.
21 [I NET] 22 [INT CD] 23 [INT MR] 29 [PAGER] 30 [PAG.ABK] 31 [PAG.CDR] 32 [PAG.CDT]
Enables/Disables the beeper. Selects the LCD/Keypad Lamp mode. Selects the Control Locking lockout combination.
6 [BEEP] 24 [LAMP] 25 [LOCK] KEY+SC / KEY / OFF KEY / 5SEC / TOGGLE LK KEY / LKDIAL / LK K+D / LK PTT / LK P+K / LK P+D / LK ALL MONI / T-CALL <REV> / <HOME> OFF / 0.5H - 12.0 H BCL. ON / BCL.OFF LED. ON / LED.OFF SFT.OFF / SFT. ON INT. 1M - INT. 50M / ON. 1M - CON.50M / OFF BEP.OFF / BEP. ON EMG.BEP / EMG.LMP / EMG.B+L / EMG.CWT / EMG.C+B / EMG.C+L / EMG.ALL / OFF PWD.OFF / PWD. ON S-1 / S-2 / S-3 / S-4 / S-5 / S-6 / S-8 / S-FULL / OFF AUTO / FM / AM SINGLE / CONT 5 / 10 /12.5 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 50 / 100 kHz, or AUTO 1MIN - 30MIN or OFF (6MIN) LED. ON / LED.OFF BAND / ALL WIDE / NARROW
Selects the MONI key (just below the PTT switch) function. 26 [M/T-CL] Selects the function of the [HM/RV] key. 36 [REV/HM]
Setting of the Automatic Power-Off feature. Enables/Disables the Busy Channel Lock-Out feature. Enables/Disables the BUSY LED while the Squelch is open. Shifting of the CPU clock frequency. Indicates the DC Supply Voltage. Enables/Disables the Emergency Automatic ID (EAI) Feature. Enables/Disables the Band-edge beeper while selecting the frequency via the DIAL knob. Selects the alarm(s) utilized when the Emergency function is engaged. Enables/disables the Password feature. Stores the password. Adjusts the RF Squelch threshold level. Selects the receiving mode. Selects the Smart Search Sweep mode. Setting of the synthesizer steps. Setting of the TOT time Enables/Disables the TX LED while the radio is transmitting. Enables or disables the VFO band edge limiting for the current band. Select Wide (5 kHz) or Narrow (2.5 kHz) TX Deviation.
1 [APO] 5 [BCLO] 8 [BSY.LED] 9 [CLK.SFT] 12 [DC VLT] 18 [EAI] 19 [EDG.BEP] 20 [EMG S]
33 [PSWD] 34 [PSWD W] 37 [RF SQL] 40 [RX MOD] 42 [S SRCH] 49 [STEP] 51 [TOT] 52 [TX.LED] 54 [VFO.BND] 55 [WID.NAR]
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