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FT-817 & FT-817ND ACCESSORY SUGGESTIONS by Barry, W4WB
Adding accessories to your FT-817(ND) [means FT-817 or FT-817ND] is of course a matter of personal desires and needs. Being one of the first 80 hams in the USA to acquire the FT-817 in November 2000, and having almost six years experience in providing accessories to thousands of FT-817 owners, I have developed some suggestions for what accessories most hams find desirable, and the order to purchase them if that is an issue. Since there are several kinds of users, I have divided the suggestions into several groups, viz., MUST HAVE ITEMS, primarily a SSB Operator, primarily a CW Operator, CW, SSB, and PSK31 Operator, and primarily a PSK31 Operator.
1. MUST HAVE ITEMS
a. FT-817 Pack-It Reference Book ($13): This pocket size book contains the information in the User Manual, the FT817 Group FAQ, lots of other stuff, and an INDEX!
Kranker Knob ($20): This is a first-class replacement for the tuning knob on the FT817(ND) and is easy to install. Once anyone tries this spinner knob on my FT-817, they have to have one for their own FT-817(ND)! Tuning is faster and easier. OPP-mAh Battery Pack ($54): World's most powerful and feature filled battery pack for the FT-817 & FT-817ND offers overcurrent and thermal protection, positive and negative leads have self-resetting fuses, self-resetting thermal fuse, fast charge jack, and automatic disconnect with the radio when fast charging. The pack can be slow charged using the radios internal charger (about 16 hours) or fast charged in about 2- hours using the W4RT One FAST Charger OFC-817 ($79). The OPP-817 has almost twice the capacity of the Yaesu battery pack. Adjustable Tilt Stand ($27): Most often when operating the FT-817(ND), it soon becomes apparent that it is difficult to see the display without bending over. and that gets old quick! The FT-817(ND) stand is really a quite nice addition to the FT-817(ND). The stand simply snaps into the carrying strap brackets and the tilt angle is adjusted by moving the stand arms up or down. Radio Mate ($149): The bhi Ltd. "Radio Mate" compact keypad for the Yaesu FT-817(ND), FT857 and FT-897 enables the user to get the best out of their radio. It has been designed to make many of the common functions quick and easy to use. The keypad does this with a number of fast, effective shortcuts. The keypad is mounted on a sturdy aluminum plate giving it a quality robust feel, enabling it to be used in the field. This is a very nice accessory for those who are visually impaired.
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2. You are Primarily a SSB Operator
a. One BIG Punch Speech Compressor (OBP) ($49): Easy to install in your MH-31 microphone (or have us do it for you). This device will improve your talk power by about 5 dB and you really will be heard far better, and you will make more contacts. The tone switch is used to switch the OBP on or off, which allows the microphone to be fine for FM too. DSP Noise Reduction ($139): After using the bhi, Ltd. DSP Module in my FT-817, there is no way that I would ever want to use a FT-817 without one. The performance is remarkable and definitely superior to another noise cancellation device I have. It works great on both SSB and CW, and essentially eliminates carrier-like QRM and background noise. Having selection of four levels of noise cancellation is most useful. This unit requires some skill to install and many have done it successfully; however, W4RT can install it for you should you desire. SSB Filter ($124): This excellent filter built by W4RT Electronics for the FT-817(ND) contains a factory-fresh 10-pole Collins Mechanical Filter essentially identical in performance to that Yaesu uses in the YF-122S optional 2.3-kHz SSB filter. Tests have demonstrated that a 2-dB improvement in talk power can be realized by using this filter rather than the stock MuRata ceramic filter. "Hearing" is also improved. Easy to install. When combined with the OBP Speech Compressor, talk power is increased by about 6 dB. Also, helps improve PSK31 performance on both transmit and receive. See 5. You are Primarily a PSK31 Operator below for the reasons why.
3. You are Primarily a CW Operator
a. CW Filter ($99 & $109): 500-Hz and 300-Hz CW filters are available using factory-fresh Collins Mechanical Filter. Essentially identical to the Yaesu YF-122C and YF-122CN. These filters allow the FT-817(ND) to perform nicely in the CW and PSK modes. This filter is properly terminated for best performance in your radio. Easy to install. I prefer the 500-Hz filter as a great compromise for working both CW and PSK. DSP Noise Reduction ($139): After using the bhi, Ltd. DSP Module in my FT-817, there is no way that I would ever want to use a FT-817 without one. The performance is remarkable and definitely superior to another noise cancellation device I have. It works great on both SSB and CW, and essentially eliminates carrier-like QRM and background noise. Having selection of four levels of noise cancellation is most useful. This unit requires some skill to install and many have done it successfully; however, W4RT can install it for you should you desire. MIC-to-CW Cable ($13): Depending upon how you have mounted the FT-817(ND), plugging in the cable on the back of the FT817(ND) for the keyer can be difficult to reach in some cases. The MIC-to-CW cable allows you to take advantage of a special feature in the FT-817(ND) that lets the user connect the key through the MIC jack. Operation is simple.
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4. You Operate CW, SSB, and PSK31
a. One BIG Punch Speech Compressor (OBP) ($49): Easy to install in your MH-31 microphone (or have us do it for you). This device will improve your talk power by about 5 dB and you really will be heard far better, and you will make more contacts. The tone switch is used to switch the OBP on or off, which allows the microphone to be fine for FM too. One Board Filter CW & SSB Filters ($239): The OneBoard Filter (OBF) provides both factory-fresh Collins CW and SSB mechanical filters in your FT-817(ND)! The OBF utilizes Collins Mechanical Filters that are the same as used in the optional Yaesu filters for the FT-817(ND). No one else offers you the opportunity to have BOTH filters in your radio. Also, helps improve PSK31 performance on both transmit and receive. See 5. You are Primarily a PSK31 Operator below for the reasons why. Also available with the 300-Hz CW filter. DSP Noise Reduction ($139): After using the bhi, Ltd. DSP Module in my FT-817, there is no way that I would ever want to use a FT-817 without one. The performance is remarkable and definitely superior to another noise cancellation device I have. It works great on both SSB and CW, and essentially eliminates carrier-like QRM and background noise. Having selection of four levels of noise cancellation is most useful. This unit requires some skill to install and many have done it successfully; however, W4RT can install it for you should you desire.
5. You are Primarily a PSK31 Operator
a. One Board Filter CW & SSB Filters ($239): The OneBoard Filter (OBF) provides both factory-fresh Collins CW and SSB mechanical filters in your FT-817(ND)! The OBF utilizes Collins Mechanical Filters that are the same as used in the optional Yaesu filters for the FT-817(ND). No one else offers you the opportunity to have BOTH filters in your radio. Also available with the 300-Hz CW filter. So now why does the OBF help improve PSK31 performance on both transmit and receive? The following plots are for the stock MuRata ceramic filter (left plot) that comes in the FT-817(ND)
10 dB 500 Hz
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and the right plot is for the 10-pole Collins Mechanical filter used in the W4RT filter packages. As you know, the PSK31 bands are typically a couple of kHz or so wide, and basically fit in the SSB filter passband. Regardless of the mode (other than AM and FM), the FT-817(ND) uses the SSB filter when it transmit even if you have the CW filter activated. With this in mind, look at the MuRata filter (left) and notice that it has anything but a flat passband, i.e., the filter response decreases either side of the central peak response. In contrast, the W4RT filter package containing the Collins Mechanical filter is very flat across the 2.3 kHz passband. Since you typically dont tune across the PSK31 band with the radios tuning knob, but instead use the PSK software to select the desired frequency to operate upon, the amount of power you transmit and receive is strongly determine by where you are within the MuRata filters passband, while you get full performance over the passband with the Collins Mechanical filter. Let me put it another way when the filter response drops just 5 db your signals are now less than 1/3 of what they could be! Moral is to use a flat passband filter like the Collins Mechanical filter. So what value is the CW filter to you in PSK31? Basically, it is useful as a roofing filter when the band has strong signal and you are trying to work a weak station. The FT-817(ND) allows the use of the CW filter in this digital mode. With NAR turned ON, you simply use the IF Shift control to move the filter passband over the desired signal. This can help NOT getting the blue screen due to a strong station being nearby (has to be more than Hz from the desired signal. The OBF really does 250 make the radio a greater performer when used for PSK31 or any of the several other digital modes (PSK63, MSK, RTTY, etc.).
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HF/VHF/UHF ALL MODE TRANSCEIVER
VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
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US Headquarters 10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
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Introduction.. 1 Specifications.. 2 Accessories & Options.. 4 Plug Pinout.. 5 Installation.. 6 Connecting the Supplied YHA-63 Antenna. 6 Connecting the Microphone.. 7 Shoulder Strap Installation.. 7 Rubber Foot Installation.. 7 Alkaline Battery Installation and Use. 8 External Power Connections.. 9 FNB-85 Ni-Cd Battery Pack Installation and Use. 10 Front Panel Control & Switches.. 12 Side Panel Switch & Connectors. 16 Rear Panel Connectors.. 17 Operation.. 18 Turning the Transceiver On and Off. 18 Supply Voltage Display.. 18 Operating Band Selection.. 19 Mode Selection... 19 Adjusting the Audio Volume Level.. 19 Menu Quick Start.. 20 Adjusting the RF Gain and Squelch. 20 Setting the Operating Frequency. 21 Stacked VFO System... 21 Operation on 5 MHz Band (U.S. Version Only).. 22 Receiver Accessories.. 23 Clarifier (Receiver incremental Tuning). 23 IF SHIFT.. 24 AGC (Automatic Gain Control).. 25 Noise Blanker... 25 IPO (Intercept Point Optimization).. 25 ATT (Front End Attenuator). 26 AM/FM DIAL.. 26 Automatic Power-Off Feature.. 27 Transmitter Operation.. 28 SSB Transmission... 28 Basic Setup/Operation.. 28 Adjusting the transmitter Power Output. 28 VOX Operation.. 29 CW Transmission.. 30 Operation using Straight Key/ External Keying Device.. 30 Operation using the Built-in Electronic Keyer. 32 FM Transmission.. 33 Basic Setup/Operation.. 33 Repeater Operation.. 33 Tone Search Scanning. 35 DCS Operation... 36 DCS Search Scanning. 36 ARTSTM (Auto Range Transpond System) Operation.. 37 CW Identifier Setup.. 37 Digital Mode Operation (SSB-Based AFSK). 38 RTTY (Radio TeleType) Operation.. 38 PSK31 Operation.. 39 USER Defined Digital Modes. 40 Packet (1200/9600 bps FM) Operation. 41 AM Transmission.. 42 Split Frequency Operation.. 42 Time-Out Timer.. 43 WeatherFax Monitoring.. 43 Memory Operation.. 44 QMB Channel... 44 Memory Operation on Regular Memory Channels.. 45 Normal Memory Storage.. 45 Split-Frequency Memory Storage.. 45 Memory Channel Recall.. 46 Masking Memory.. 47 Memory Operation on HOME Channel Memories.. 48 Labeling Memories.. 49 Spectrum Scope Monitor Operation.. 50 Smart SearchTM Operation. 51 Scanning Operation.. 52 Scanning Operation.. 52 Scan Skip Programming (Memory Mode Only). 52 Scan-Resume Choices.. 52 Programmable Memory Scan (PMS) Operation. 54 Dual Watch Operation.. 56 Operation on Alaska Emergency Frequency: 5167.5 kHz (U.S. Version Only). 57 Menu Operation.. 58 Clonning... 69 CAT System Programming.. 70 Installation of Optional Accessories. 74 Option Filters YF-122S/YF-122C. 74 High-Stability Reference Oscillator TCXO-9. 75 Power-on Microprocessor Reset Procedure.. 76 Appendix.. 77 Setup of Memories for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) FM Satellite Operation.. 77 BAND DATA Format... 80
The FT-817ND is a compact, innovative multiband, multimode portable transceiver for the amateur radio MF/HF/VHF/UHF bands. Providing coverage of the 160-10 meter bands (include the 60 m band: USA version) plus the 6 m, 2 m, and 70 cm bands, the FT-817ND includes operation on the SSB, CW, AM, FM, and Digital modes, yielding the most comprehensive performance package available for portable operation. Designed for use either from an external DC power source or internal batteries, the FT817ND provides five watts of power output from a 13.8-Volt external power supply. When using the FNB-85 Ni-MH Battery Pack or 8 AA Alkaline Cells (not supplied), the FT817ND automatically switches to 2.5 Watts of output power. Via the Menu system, High power may be selected during battery operation, providing as much as 5 Watts of output, depending on the operating frequency. The multi-function Liquid-Crystal Display includes Blue, Amber, and Violet backlighting, which may be disabled for battery conservation. The display includes bar-graph indication of power output, ALC voltage, SWR, and modulation level. Also include are a number of operating status icons, as well as the function displays for the three operating function keys ( , , and ). Among the advanced features of the FT-817ND are many incorporated only in large basestation transceivers. These include Dual VFOs; Split-Frequency operation; IF Shift; Clarifier (R.I.T.); IF Noise Blanker; AGC Fast/Slow/Auto/Off selection; RF Gain and Squelch control; IPO (Intercept Point Optimization) and a receiver front-end Attenuator; AM Aircraft reception; AM and FM Broadcast reception; VOX; Built-in Electronic Keyer; Adjustable CW Pitch; Automatic FM Repeater Shift (ARS); Built-in CTCSS Encoder/Decoders; ARTS (Auto-Range Transponder System); Smart Search Automatic Memory Loading System; Spectrum Scope; 200 Memories plus Home Channels and Band-limiting Memories; Alpha-Numeric Labeling of Memories; Automatic Power-Off (APO) and Time-Out Timer (TOT) functions; Computer Interface capability; and Cloning capability. We urge you to read this manual in its entirety, so as to gain a full understanding of the amazing capability of the exciting FT-817ND Portable Transceiver.
FT-817ND Operating Manual
Receive: 100 kHz-30 MHz 50 MHz-54 MHz 76 MHz-108 MHz (WFM only) 87.5 MHz-108 MHz (EU) 108 MHz-154 MHz (USA) 144 MHz-148 (146) MHz (Other markets) 430 (420) MHz-450 (440) MHz Transmit: 160-6 Meters (USA: includes 60 meters) 2 Meters 70 Centimeters (Amateur bands only) 5.1675 MHz Alaska Emergency Frequency (USA only) Emission Modes: A1 (CW), A3 (AM), A3J (LSB/USB), F3 (FM), F1 (9600 bps packet), F2 (1200 bps packet) Synthesizer Steps (Min.): 10 Hz (CW/SSB), 100 Hz (AM/FM) Antenna Impedance: 50 Ohms, Unbalanced (Front: Type BNC, Rear: Type M) Operating Temp. Range: 10 C to +60 C (+14 F to +140 F) Frequency Stability: 4 ppm from 1 min. to 60 min after power on. @25 C: 1 ppm/hour 0.5 ppm/1 hour @25 C, after warmup (with optional TCXO-9) Supply Voltage: Normal: 13.8 VDC 15 %, Negative Ground Operating: 8.0-16.0 V, Negative Ground FBA-28 (w/8 AA Alkaline Cells): 12.0 V FNB-85 (Ni-MH Battery Pack): 9.6 V Current Consumption: Squelched: 250 mA (Approx.) Receive: 450 mA Transmit: 2.0 A Case Size (W x H x D): 135 x 38 x 165 mm (5.31 x 1.5 x 6.50) Weight (Approx.): 1.17 kg (2.58 lb) w/Alkaline battery, antenna, w/o Microphone Frequency Range:
5 W (SSB/CW/FM), 1.5 W (AM Carrier) @13.8 V SSB: Balanced Modulator AM: Early Stage (Low Level) FM: Variable Reactance FM Maximum Deviation: 5 kHz (FM-N: 2.5 kHz) Spurious Radiation: 50 dB (1.8-29.7 MHz) 60 dB (50/144/430 MHz) Carrier Suppression: >40 dB Opp. Sideband Supp.: >50 dB SSB Frequency Response: 400 Hz-2600 Hz (6 dB) Microphone Impedance: 200-10k Ohms (Nominal: 600 Ohms) RF Power Output: Modulation Types:
Circuit Type: Double-Conversion Superheterodyne Intermediate Frequencies: 1st: 68.33 MHz (SSB/CW/AM/FM); 10.7 MHz (WFM) 2nd: 455 kHz SSB/CW AM FM Sensitivity: 100 kHz-500 kHz 500 kHz-1.8 MHz 32 V 1.8 MHz-28 MHz 0.25 V 2 V 28 MHz-30 MHz 0.25 V 2 V 0.5 V 50 MHz-54 MHz 0.2 V 2 V 0.32 V 144/430 MHz 0.125 V 0.2 V (IPO, ATT off, SSB/CW/AM = 10 dB S/N, FM = 12 dB SINAD) Squelch Sensitivity: SSB/CW/AM FM 1.8 MHz-28 MHz 2.5 V 28 MHz-30 MHz 2.5 V 0.32 V 50 MHz-54 MHz 1 V 0.2 V 144/430 MHz 0.5 V 0.16 V (IPO, ATT off) Image Rejection: HF/50 MHz: 70 dB 144/430 MHz: 60 dB IF Rejection: 60 dB Selectivity (6/60 dB): SSB/CW: 2.2 kHz/4.5 kHz AM: 6 kHz/20 kHz FM: 15 kHz/30 kHz FM-N: 9 kHz/25 kHz SSB (optional YF-122S installed): 2.3 kHz/4.7 kHz (66 dB) CW (optional YF-122C installed): 500 Hz/2.0 kHz CW (optional YF-122CN installed): 300 Hz/1.0 kHz 1.0 W (8 Ohms, 10% THD or less) AF Output: AF Output Impedance: 4-16 Ohms Specifications are subject to change without notice, and are guaranteed within amateur bands only. Frequency ranges vary according to transceiver version; check with your dealer.
ACCESSORIES & OPTIONS
MH-31A8J FNB-85 NC-72B/C/U FBA-28 YHA-63 E-DC-6 Shoulder Strap Ferrite Core Rubber Foot Hand Microphone Ni-MH Battery Pack (9.6 V, 1400 mAh) Battery Charger Battery Case (holds 8 AA size Alkaline cells [not supplied]) Whip Antenna for (50/144/430 MHz) DC Cable
FNB-85 FNB-72 NC-72B/C/U YF-122S YF-122C YF-122CN TCXO-9 MH-36E8J CT-62 CT-39A Ni-MH Battery Pack (9.6 V, 1400 mAh) Ni-Cd Battery Pack (9.6 V, 1000 mAh) Battery Charger Collins SSB Filter (2.3 kHz/4.7 kHz: 6 dB/66 dB) Collins CW Filter (500 Hz/2 kHz: 6 dB/60 dB) Collins CW Filter (300 Hz/1 kHz: 6 dB/60 dB) TCXO Unit (0.5 ppm) DTMF Microphone CAT Interface Cable Packet Cable
: B suffix is for use with 120 VAC, C suffix is for use with 230-240 VAC, and U suffix is for use with 230 VAC.
CONNECTING THE SUPPLIED YHA-63 ANTENNA
Your FT-817ND is supplied with a three-section antenna, model YHA-63 which is designed for optimum performance on the 50 MHz, 144 MHz, and 430 MHz. It also works well on the FM broadcast and other VHF bands. This antenna is intended for connection to the front panels BNC-type antenna connector. For HF and/or 50 MHz operation, most hikers carry their own dipole or collapsible vertical antenna, fed by a small-diameter coaxial cable terminated in a type M (PL-259) plug, and these kinds of antennas may be connected to the rear panels antenna connector. The YHA-63 should be connected to the top panels BNC connector, using the following guidelines: For 144/430 MHz operation (only), connect the shorter cap section to the screw post on the top of the main antenna shaft, then screw the assembled YHA-63 onto the BNC connector, twisting it 1/4 turn clockwise to secure the antenna. For 50 MHz operation, unscrew the short cap section, and replace it with the long cap section. The long cap section will provide good results on 144/430 MHz, as well, but those owners not using 50 MHz may prefer the shorter total length of the YHA-63 when using the short cap on 144/430 MHz. For shortwave listening using a random-length wire antenna for reception only, you may wish to consider connection of the wire between the main YHA-63 shaft and the cap, using a spade lug or similar lug on the end of the wire to provide a secure connection between the cap and the rest of the antenna. Menu #07 (ANTENNA) allows you to define which connector (Front or Rear) is used on a particular band. See page 60 for details.
CONNECTING THE MICROPHONE
To connect the microphone, plug its connector (latch side UP) into the MIC jack on the right side of the transceiver. Press it gently inward until you hear the click of the latch. To disconnect the microphone, press gently on the PUSH label on top of the microphone connectors rubber boot. While pressing on this spot, gently pull the connector outward from the body of the transceiver. Note: During Digital or Packet operation, it is not necessary to disconnect the microphone, as activation of the PTT line from the DATA connector automatically cuts off the audio input from the MIC jack.
TAG key to select Press the the display type (Frequency or Alpha-numeric Tag) during Memory operation. PMS Press the key to activate the Programmable Memory Scan feature. TON Press the key to activate CTCSS or DCS operation. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to recall Menu #48 (for selecting the CTCSS tone frequency).
REV Press the key to reverse the transmit and receive frequencies while working through a repeater.
PRI Press the key to activate the Priority Scan feature. SCH Press the key to activate Smart SearchTM operation.
DW Press the key to activate the Dual Watch system. ART Press the key to initiate the Auto-Range Transponder mode. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to recall Menu #09 (for selecting the ARTS Beep option). NAR Press the key to activate the Narrow filter mode in the CW (optional YF-122C or YF122CN required) or SSB (optional YF-122S required) mode. On the FM mode, it also selects the low-deviation mode required for HF FM operation on 29 MHz. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to recall Menu #38 (to Enable/Disable the optional filter during installation).
ATT Press the key to engage the receiver front-end attenuator, which will reduce all signals and noise by approximately 10 dB. The ATT feature does not function on 144/430 MHz.
8 NB key to activate Press the t h e r e c e i v e r s I F N o i s e Blanker. PWR key to select Press the the transmitter power output level (LOW 1, LOW 2, LOW 3, or HIGH). VOX Press the key to enable the VOX (voice-operated transmitter switching system) in the SSB, AM, and FM modes. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to recall Menu #51 (for setting the VOX Gain level). CHG Press the key to initiate Battery Charging. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to recall Menu #11 (for selecting the Charging period). TCH Press the key to initiate Tone Search.
AGC key to select Press the the recovery time (FAST, SLOW, AUTO, or OFF) for the receivers AGC system. MTR key to select Press the the display function of the meter in the transmit mode (Power, ALC, SWR, or MOD indication). BK Press the key to activate CW Semi Break-in operation. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to recall Menu #17 (for setting the CW Delay time). At a setting of 10 ms, operation emulates full QSK performance. VLT Press the key to display the current battery voltage.
KYR Press the key to activate the built-in Electronic Keyer. Press and hold in the key for 1/2 second to recall Menu #21 (for setting the Keyer speed).
DSP Press the key to switch the display between the Large Character and Small Character modes.
DCH Press the key to initiate DCS Search.
*The Operating Function number in this column does not appear on the LCD.
SIDE PANEL SWITCH & CONNECTORS
Connect the supplied MH-31A8J Hand Microphone to this jack.
When you turn on the transceiver, the DC supply voltage is indicated in the upper right corner of the LCD for two seconds. After this interval, the display will resume its normal indication of the operating mode (VFOa, VFOb, or Memory Channel Number). To view the supply voltage at any time during operation: key momentarily, then rotate the knob to select Operating Function 1. Press the Row 11* [CHG, VLT, DSP] on the display. (VLT) key momentarily to display the supply voltage in the upper right 2. Press the corner of the LCD. (VLT) key. 3. To cancel the supply voltage display, again press the Remember, the Operating Row Number does not appear on the display.
OPERATING BAND SELECTION
This transceiver covers an incredibly wide frequency range, over which a number of different operating modes are used. Therefore, this transceivers frequency coverage has been divided into different operating bands, each of with has its own pre-set channel steps and operating modes. You can change the channel steps and operating mode once you get started, of course, per the next section. To change the frequency band, press either the the next lower or higher operating band, respectively. or key to move to
1) Recalling the 5 MHz band (U.S. model) requires different procedure. See page 22 for details. 2) VFOa and VFOb are independent VFOs, so they may be set to different bands. See the Stacked VFO System discussion on page 21 for details.
Press either the or key to move among the eight settings for the operating modes, respectively.
You can also set VFOa and VFOb to different modes in the same band, allowing you to have a Phone VFO and a CW VFO, for example.
ADJUSTING THE AUDIO VOLUME LEVEL
Rotate the tening level. knob to set a comfortable lisWhen operating in the DIG or PKT modes, you may set the knob to any comfortable setting, or even all the way off, because the output from the DATA jack is a fixed-level audio signal. Start with the knob set fully counter-clockwise, especially when using FM (the background noise on FM can be surprisingly loud)!
MENU QUICK START
Many aspects of this transceivers configuration may be customized using the convenient Menu system, which allow you to configure many set and forget settings just the way you want to. A full discussion of the Menu system beings on page 58; for now, here is a brief discussion on how to change Menu settings: key for one second to enter the Menu mode. 1. Press and hold in the 2. Rotate the knob to recall the Menu item to be changed (for example, Menu #01, which Enables or Disables the Automatic Repeater Shift on the 144 MHz band). knob to set this feature (in this example, the default setting is EN3. Rotate the ABLE, so rotate the knob to set this feature to DISABLE. key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal 4. Press and hold in the operation. key to change an operating function, If you have momentarily pressed the press the key momentarily again (to clear the function indications for the , , keys) before engaging the Menu.
STACKED VFO SYSTEM
1. Press the key momentarily, then rotate the knob, as needed, until Operating Function Row 1 [A/B, A=B, SPL] appears on the display. (A/B) key to toggle between the A and B VFOs. There are two 2. Now press the such VFOs provided on each Amateur band, so you may set VFO-A to the CW sub-band, and VFO-B to the SSB sub-band, if you like. The operating mode will be preserved, along with the frequency information, on each VFO.
OPERATION ON 5 MHZ BAND (U.S. VERSION ONLY)
The FT-817ND includes the capability for transmission and reception on the five spot frequencies assigned to the Amateur Service in the United States. To operate on the 5 MHz band: key once to enter the Memory 1. Press the mode (a memory channel number M-nnn will appear on the display in the space previously occupied by VFOa or VFOb). 2. Memory channels M-601 through M-605 are pre-programmed, at the factory, with the SEL permitted frequencies in the 5 MHz band, and the USB mode is automatically selected on these channels. If you have partitioned your memory channels into Memory Groups via Menu #34, the memory channel numbers for 60meter operation will be displayed as l - 001 ~ l - 005. See page 46 for details regarding Memory Group operation, and page 65 for details regarding Menu #34. 3. To exit from 60-meter operatin and return to the VFO mode, just press the key (the memory channel number will be replaced by VFOa or VFOb).
[Memory Group OFF]
[Memory Group ON] CH No. M - 601 M - 602 M - 603 M - 604 M - 605 FREQUENCY 5.332 MHz 5.348 MHz 5.368 MHz 5.373 MHz 5.405 MHz
The frequencies and operating mode for 5 MHz band operation are both fixed, and may not be changed.
CLARIFIER (RECEIVER INCREMENTAL TUNING)
The Clarifier (RIT) allows you to set an offset of up to 9.99 kHz of the receive frequency relative to your transmit frequency. To achieve a wider offset than this, you may use the Split operating mode, described later. switch momentarily to activate 1. Press the the Clarifier function. 2. Turn the knob, which allows the receiver frequency to be varied over a range of 9.99 kHz. 3. When the receiving frequency is higher than transmit frequency, the icon will appear at the right of the frequency display. Similarly, when the receiving frequency is lower than transmit frequency, the icon will appear at the right of the frequency display. 4. When the receiving frequency is equal to transmit frequency (Clarifier offset is zero) while the Clarifier is activated, the icon will appear at the right of the frequency display. 5. To turn the Clarifier off, again press the switch momentarily. When you turn the Clarifier back on, the offset previously stored will still be applied. 6. To reset the Clarifier offset to zero, turn the Clarifier off, then turn the knob by any amount. The Clarifier will reset to zero after the first step of the knob. If you leave the Clarifier on, moving the cancelled.
8. You also can adjust the CW sidetone pitch using Menu #20 (CW PITCH). This adjustment also controls the BFO offset (actual pitch of your transmitted signal relative to your current receive frequency). To adjust the CW sidetone pitch: Press and hold in the key for one second to enter the Menu mode. Rotate the knob to select Menu #20 (CW PITCH). Rotate the knob to select a new pitch tone/BFO offset. The available offset range is 300 ~ 1000 Hz (default value is 700 Hz). When done, press and hold in the key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. Because the CW Pitch corresponds to the actual pitch of your transmitted signal, the sidetone may be used in a CW Spot capacity. Just tune the pitch of the received signal to the same pitch as that of your transceivers sidetone, and you will be perfectly zero beat with the other station. The FT-817ND can generate a CW Spot tone; just press and hold in the key while in the CW mode.
Operation using Built-in Electronic Keyer
The built-in Electronic Keyer provides a convenient method of generating CW. The Electronic Keyer includes weight and speed adjustments. 1. Connect your keyer paddles cable to the KEY jack on the rear panel of the transceiver. 2. Press the / key, as needed, to select the CW (CW/CWR) mode. 3. Press the key momentarily, then rotate the knob, as needed, until Operating Function Row 10 [VOX, BK, KYR] appears on the display. (KYR) key to activate the Electronic Keyer. The icon will appear at 4. Press the the right of the KYR indication. 5. The Keyer speed may be adjusted using Menu #21 (CW SPEED). To adjust the Keyer speed: Press and hold in the key for one second to enter the Menu mode. Rotate the knob to select Menu #21 (CW SPEED). Press the knob if you wish to select display of cpm (characters per minute) instead of wpm (words per minute). The cpm selection is based on the international PARIS standard, which stipulates five characters per word. Rotate the knob, while sending, to set the desired sending speed. When done, press and hold in the key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. If you are already using Operating Function Row 10 [VOX, BK, KYR], press and hold in the [C](KYR) key to switch instantly to Menu #21 (CW SPEED). 6. The Dot:Dash weighting ratio may be adjusted via Menu #22 (CW WEIGHT). To adjust the Dot:Dash weighting ratio: Press and hold in the key for one second to enter the Menu mode. Rotate the knob to select Menu #22 (CW WEIGHT). Rotate the knob to set the desired weight. When done, press and hold in the key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. 7. You may select normal or reverse paddle polarity via Menu #19 (CW PADDLE). The default setting for this feature is normal, whereby the Tip connection on the Key Plug is Dot and the Ring connection is Dash. To change the paddle polarity: Press and hold in the key for one second to enter the Menu mode. Rotate the knob to select Menu #19 (CW PADDLE). Rotate the knob to select the new setting. When done, press and hold in the key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
Another form of tone access control is Digital Code Squelch, or DCS. It is a newer, more advanced tone system that is less susceptible to false triggering than CTCSS. A DCS Encoder/Decoder is built into your transceiver, and operation is very similar to that described above for CTCSS. 1. Set the desired DCS code via Menu #23 (DCS CODE). 2. Press the key momentarily, then rotate the knob, as needed, until Operating Function Row 4 [RPT, REV, TON] appears on the display. (TON) key three times to activate the DCS Encoder/Decoder (the 3. Press the icon will appear on the display). The receiver will remain muted until a matching DCS code is received on an incoming signal. (TON) key once to cancel DCS operation (the 4. Press the icon will disappear).
DSC Search Scanning In operating situations where you dont know the DCS code being used by another station, you can command the radio to listen to the incoming signal and scan in search of the code being used. To scan for the DCS code in use: key momentarily, then rotate the knob, as needed, until Oper1. Press the [TCH, DCH] appears on the display. ating Function Row 12 (DCH) key to activate DCS Encoder/Decoder; (the 2. Press the icon will appear on the display) and start scanning for the incoming DCS code. 3. When the radio detects the correct code, it will halt on that code, and audio will be allowed to pass. 4. Press and hold in the (DCH) key for one second; the DCS code detected will be stored as the current code, so it may be used for memory storage purposes, and you may now exit to normal operation.
(AUTO RANGE TRANSPOND SYSTEM) Operation
The ARTSTM system uses DCS signaling to inform you when you and another ARTS-equipped station are within communications range. This can be especially valuable during search-andrescue operations, as a base station can quickly use ARTS to alert a field unit that it is out of range; the field unit can then move to a better location to re-establish communications. 1. Press the key momentarily, then rotate the knob, as needed, until Operating Function Row 6 [SSM, SCH, ART] appears on the display. (ART) key to activate ARTS operation. 2. Press the 3. Your display will change to out range to indicate the beginning of ARTS operation. Every 25 seconds, your radio will transmit a polling call to the other station. When that station responds with its return ARTS polling signal, your display will change to in range to confirm reception of the response. ( ART ) key again (the out range or 4. To cancel ARTS operation, press the in range indication will disappear from the LCD). The ARTS feature offers a choice of beep options to alert you to the current status of ARTS operation. Use MENU #09 (ARTS BEEP) on page 61 to select the beep option that is best for your operating needs.
The FT-817ND utilizes low-level amplitude modulation of an early stage for transmission purposes. This capability is primarily provided for emergency use only, as low-power operation typically utilizes more efficient transmission/reception modes. The AM carrier level is preset to 1.5 Watts during alignment at the factory, and should not require further adjustment. It is important to remember that AM transmission requires that power must be distributed among the carrier and voice sidebands; therefore, if excessive carrier power is used, there will be insufficient power available for the information-carrying voice sidebands. The AM microphone gain is preset at the factory to a value which typically provides good audio. If you need to modify the microphone gain in the AM mode, use Menu #05 (AM MIC). See page 60 for details.
SPLIT FREQUENCY OPERATION
This transceiver provides convenient split-frequency operation, using the VFO-A and VFOB, for DX working and other operating situations requiring unique split frequency pairs. The example below will describe a typical split-frequency DX situation on the 20-meter band, with a DX station transmitting on 14.025 MHz, listening 10 kHz higher in the band. 1. Set VFO-A to 14.035.00 MHz CW (DX stations listening frequency). key momentarily, then rotate the knob, as needed, until Operating 2. Press the Function Row [A/B, A=B, SPL]. (A/B) key momentarily to select VFO-B. 3. Press the 4. Tune the VFO-B frequency to 14.025.00 MHz (DX stations transmitting frequency). (SPL) key momentarily. The transceiver will now transmit using the VFO5. Press the A frequency, and will receive using the VFO-B frequency. The icon will appear on the display. 6. To listen to the pile-up calling the DX station (so as to align your frequency more closely (A/B) key to reverse the to that of the station being worked by the DX), press the VFOs. You will now be tuning in the vicinity of 14.035 MHz, and you can zero in on the DX stations listening frequency by tuning in on the station in QSO with the DX. Press (A/B) key again to return to reception on the DX stations frequency. the (SPL) key once more to cancel split operation; the 7. Press the icon will disappear from the display.
Most often used on FM, the transmitters Time-Out Timer (TOT) feature disables the transmitter after a user-defined period of transmission. This feature may be useful in preventing a stuck microphone (accidental closure of the PTT switch) from causing interference to other users, and it will also force you to keep your transmission short, thereby conserving battery power. To activate the Time-Out Timer: key for one second to enter the Menu mode. 1. Press and hold in the 2. Rotate the knob to recall Menu #49 (TOT TIME). 3. The default setting for this feature is off. Rotate the knob to set a new time-out setting (from 1 minute to 20 minutes). 4. When you have made your selection, press and hold in the key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
MEMORY OPERATION ON HOME CHANNEL MEMORIES
Four Special one-touch Home channels are available, for special frequencies you use often. Either simplex or split frequency/mode data may be stored in the Home channel locations. Special Home channels are available for HF (any frequency between 1.8 and 29.7 MHz), 50 MHz, 144 MHz, and 430 MHz. These memories may prove particularly useful for monitoring propagation beacons, providing one-touch recall of the beacon frequency for a quick check of band conditions.
HOME Channel Storage
1. Tune the desired frequency, and set the operating mode. If this is an FM channel, set up any required CTCSS/DCS and repeater shift configurations. 2. Press the key momentarily, then rotate the knob, as needed, until Operating Function Row 2 [MW, MC, TAG] appears on the display. (MW) key momentarily to enter the Memory Check mode. 3. Press the 4. Press and hold in the key for one second. This stores the frequency data into the Home channel location. As usual, you will hear a double beep to confirm the successful storage of the frequency data. 5. If you wish to store a Split frequency pair into the Home channel, store the Receive frequency in steps 1 ~ 4 above. Now set the desired Transmit frequency. (MW) key momentarily. 6. Once more, press the 7. Press and hold in the microphones PTT switch; while holding the PTT switch, again key for one second. This stores the transmit frequency data into press and hold the the Home channel location.
HOME Channel Recall
1. Press the key momentarily to recall the Home Channel on the band group where you currently are operating (HF, 50 MHz, 144 MHz, or 430 MHz). The HOME indication will appear on the display. 2. Press the key once more to return to the previously-used frequency (either a VFO frequency or a memory channel).
You may wish to append an alpha-numeric Tag (label) to a memory or memories, to aid in recollection of the channels intended use (such as a club name, etc.). This is easily accomplished using the Menu mode. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Recall the memory channel onto which you wish to appended a label. key for one second to enter the Menu mode. Press and hold in the Rotate the knob to recall Menu #35 (MEM TAG). Press the knob to enable the programming of the label. Rotate the knob to select the first character (number, letter, or symbol) in the name you with to store, then rotate the knob clockwise to move to the next character. 6. Again rotate the knob to select the next number, letter, or symbol, then rotate the knob clockwise to move to the next characters slot. 7. Repeat step 6 as many times as necessary to complete the name tag for the memory, then press and hold in the key for one second to save the A/N (Alpha-Numeric) name entry and exit to normal operation.
15 Menu Item 144 ARS 430 ARS 9600 MIC AM&FM DL AM MIC AM STEP ANTENNA APO TIME ARTS BEEP BACKLIGHT BATT-CHG BEEP FREQ BEEP VOL CAT RATE COLOR Function Activate/deactivate the Automatic Repeater Shift when operating on the 144 MHz band Activate/deactivate the Automatic Repeater Shift when operating on the 430 MHz band Adjust the audio input level from the TNC during 9600 bps Packet operation Enabling/disabling the knob on the AM and FM modes Adjust the microphone gain level for the AM mode Select the tuning steps for the knob on the AM mode Select the antenna connector to be used on each operating band (HF/50/144/430 MHz) Select the Auto Power Off time (time before power goes off) Select the ARTS beep mode Select the LCD lamp mode Select the battery charging time Select the beep frequency Select the beep volume Set the transceiver's circuitry for the CAT baud rate Select the illumination color for the LCD illumination Available Values OFF/ON OFF/ON 0 ~ 100 ENABLE/DISABLE 0 ~ 100 2.5/5/9/10/ 12.5/25kHz FRONT/REAR OFF/1h ~ 6h OFF/RANGE/ALL OFF/ON/AUTO 6/8/10 h (hours) 440/880 Hz 0 ~ 100 4800/9600/38400 bps COLOR1 (Blue)/ COLOR2 (Amber)/ COLOR3 (Violet) 1 ~ ~ 500 msec OFF/ON Default 50 DISABLE 1 OFF RANGE AUTO 8h 880 Hz bps COLOR1
CONTRAST CW DELAY CW ID
Setting of the display contrast level Set the receiver recovery time during pseudo-VOX CW semi-break-in operation Enables/disables the CW identifier during ARTS operation
25 Menu Item CW PADDLE CW PITCH CW SPEED CW WEIGHT DCS CODE DIG DISP DIG MIC Function Select the keyer paddle's wiring configuration Setting of the pitch of the CW sidetone, BFO offset, and CW filter center frequencies Set the sending speed for the built-in Electronic keyer Set the Dot:Dash ratio for the built-in electronic keyer Setting the DCS code Define the displayed frequency offset during DIG (USER-L or USER-U) mode operation Adjust the audio input level from terminal equipment (such as a TNC or PSK-31 sound card) during DIG (Digital) mode operation Select the mode and sideband (if applicable) in the DIG (Digital) mode Define the carrier frequency offset during DIG (USER-L or USER-U) mode operation Enable Tx/Rx operation on the Alaska Emergency Channel, 5167.5 kHz (USA Version only) Adjust the microphone gain level for the FM mode Select the tuning steps for the knob on the FM mode Store your callsign into the CW identifier Select the operation of the front panels key Setting of the s tuning speed Enable/disable the memory grouping feature Store Alpha-Numeric Tags for the memory channels Enable/disable CW keying by the microphones [UP]/[DWN] keys Enable/disable scanning access Enable the optional filter (CW or SSB) path via the microphones [UP]/[DWN] keys Adjust the audio input level from the TNC during 1200 bps Packet operation Set the transceivers circuitry for the Packet baud rate Set the delay time for scanning resumption Set the magnitude of the Repeater Shift Select the Spectrum Scope mode Adjust the CW sidetone volume level Select the configuration of the front panels knob Adjust the microphone gain level for the SSB mode Select the tuning steps for the knob on the SSB mode Setting the CTCSS Tone Frequency Select the Automatic Power Off time (time before power goes off) Set the hang time for the VOX circuitry Set the gain of the VOX circuitry's input audio detector Enable/disable the extended Menu Items (#53 ~ #57) Select Normal or Inverted DCS coding Set the Rx Carrier Point for LSB Set the Rx Carrier Point for USB Set the Tx Carrier Point for LSB Set the Tx Carrier Point for USB Available Values NORMAL/REVERSE 300 ~ 1000 Hz 4wpm ~ 60 wpm/ 20cpm ~ 300 cpm 1:2.5 ~ 1:4.Std DCS codes -3000 ~ +3000 Hz 0 ~ 100 Default NORMAL 700 Hz 12 wpm (60 cpm) 1:3.0 Hz 50
Menu Item 15 [COLOR] Function: Select the illumination color for the LCD illumination. Available Values: COLOR1 (Blue)/COLOR2 (Amber)/COLOR3 (Violet) Default: COLOR1(Blue) Menu Item 16 [CONTRAST] Function: Setting of the display contrast level. Available Values: 1 ~ 12 Default: 5 Menu Item 17 [CW DELAY] Function: Set the receiver recovery time during pseudo-VOX CW semi-break-in operation. Available Values: 10 ~ 500 msec Default: 250 msec The recovery time may be adjusted in steps of 10 msec. A longer delay may be preferable if you pause frequently while sending. Menu Item 18 [CW ID] Function: Enables/disables the CW identifier during ARTS operation. Available Values: OFF/ON Default: OFF Menu Item 19 [CW PADDLE] Function: Select the keyer paddles wiring configuration. Available Values: NORMAL/REVERSE Default: NORMAL NORMAL: Keyer paddle polarity is normal. The tip plug connection produces dots, and the ring plug connection produces dashes. REVERSE: Keyer paddle polarity is inverted. The tip paddle produces dashes, and the ring paddle produces dots. Menu Item 20 [CW PITCH] Function: Setting of the pitch of the CW sidetone, BFO offset, and CW filter center frequencies. Available Values: 300 ~ 1000 Hz Default: 700 Hz The CW pitch may be adjusted in steps of 50 Hz.
Menu Item 21 [CW SPEED] Function: Set the sending speed for the built-in Electronic keyer. Available Values: 4wpm ~ 60 wpm/20cpm ~ 300 cpm Default: 12 wpm (60 cpm) You can set the sending speed according to either of two units of speed (wpm: words per minute; cpm: characters per minute). To switch units between wpm and cpm, just press the knob. Menu Item 22 [CW WEIGHT] Function: Set the Dot:Dash ratio for the built-in electronic keyer. Available Values: 1:2.5 ~ 1:4.5 Default: 1:3.0 Menu Item 23 [DCS CODE] Function: Setting the DCS code. Available Values: 104 Standard DCS codes Default: 023 Menu Item 24 [DIG DISP] Function: Define the displayed frequency offset during DIG (USER-L or USER-U) mode operation. Available Values: 3000 ~ +3000 Hz Default: 0 Hz
Menu Item 25 [DIG MIC] Function: Adjust the audio input level from terminal equipment (such as a TNC or PSK-31 sound card) during DIG (Digital) mode operation. Available Values: 0 ~ 100 Default: 50 Menu Item 26 [DIG MODE] Function: Select the mode and sideband (if applicable) in the DIG (Digital) mode. Available Values: RTTY/PSK31-L/PSK31-U/USER-L/USER-U Default: RTTY RTTY: AFSK RTTY operation on the LSB mode PSK31-L: PSK-31 operation on the LSB mode PSK31-U:PSK-31 operation on the USB mode USER-L: User-programmed costume operation based on LSB mode USER-U: User-programmed costume operation based on USB mode In the USER-L and USER-U modes, you can define the display frequency offset and carrier frequency offset by menu Items #24 (DIG DISP) and #27 (DIG SHIFT).
A complete set of frequencies may be stored for each LEO satellite you wish to utilize, and once configured, the FT-817ND provides a flexible and easy-to-use earth station capability for these popular satellites.
BAND DATA FORMAT
The FT-817ND BAND DATA Format (available on the ACC jack) is presented below. The BAND DATA line provides a stepped voltage, which denotes the current operating band. This data may be interpreted by an external device (such as an antenna switch or amplifier)to provide automatic band switching.
BAND 1.8 MHz 3.5 MHz 7 MHz LEVEL 0.33 V 0.67 V 1.00 V BAND 10 MHz 14 MHz 18 MHz LEVEL 1.33 V 1.67 V 2.00 V BAND 21 MHz 24.5 MHz 28 MHz LEVEL 2.33 V 2.67 V 3.00 V BAND 50 MHz 144 MHz 430 MHz LEVEL 3.33 V 3.67 V 4.00 V
Use shielded cable for interconnections to external devices, so as to prevent RF interference.
1. Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by VERTEX STANDARD could void the users authorization to operate this device. 2. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference including received, interference that may cause undesired operation. 3. The scanning receiver in this equipment is incapable of tuning, or readily being altered, by the User to operate within the frequency bands allocated to the Domestic public Cellular Telecommunications Service in Part 22. This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesirable operation of the device.
WARNING: MODIFICATION OF THIS DEVICE TO RECEIVE CELLULAR RADIOTELEPHONE SERVICE SIGNALS IS PROHIBITED UNDER FCC RULES AND FEDERAL LAW.
Copyright 2004 VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD. All rights reserved. Printed in Japan
No portion of this manual may be reproduced without the permission of VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
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