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Yaesu VX-5R Operation Manual

Yaesu VX-5R Operation Manual

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1, ... 20·~,2 Shirnomaruko, Ota-Ku, Tokyo 14:6,-8649~ Japan

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YAESIU EUIROPE B~:V~.

:P .. O[~ Box 75·5,25[ 11, 1i 8 ,ZN.,. ·Schi.p,h'o~l[ The' Netherlands

Y.AESU UK. L TO.

Unit. 12, Sun Valley Business Park, 'Wj:nn,aU Close ·~W·;··"":·I~n····:·c·~h,e·s:·t[e:r HI_j a m .. ipsblre [S·, 10' · ... ·2·"··'3:·'1 0""LB·'· UK":'

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Y A,ESU [GER.M'ANY Glm:b'H

Am Kronberqer H1a:ng .2., D-6,58,24 S[c.h'walb.ach) G·9-rmanlY

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'11th Floor Tslrn Sha TSIUi Centre, 6'6 Mod'y !Rdl.~:

Tsim Sha T,SIUi lE,ast; Kowloon, Hong K .. on'Q

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In trod u ction '.','" iii Iii iii. ' '.'. iii, II; ""li'. II! '.' •• ".' •• '!II' iii '.' 1<,. '.' 111.,,1<. '.' ,II!' lit 1

Controls, & Connections .. 'I" •• '.: •••• ,.' ••• '.IiIi ••• ' •• ,iI,,~ 2

Display Icons & Indicators 3

Keypad Function •..•... ' ..••..... ' .•.. '.' ...•...... ' '. ,4

Accessories & Options " 6

Installation of' Accessories ,iI, •• ,1I, •••• ,I, •••• ,.I .. , .. ,I,I, 7

Belt Clip Installation ; " , 7

lnstalation [o--'-·-:f'·FI,N"-·'·:B·I-'-·'S··,,18'L'I:' Batter , -:p,_.,-· --'k,·· - - - --- --- [8'·-·

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1= tal]! +. f-'F=B- A 23' A-1-k i,j B C 9 :n.sl:,~ :,w,at~,:on 0":, '"J ~""",'"aJne :atterY"ase .nu~~'.':

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attery ,i I'e Ill ormatron ""'~"~'~"'I!i" "~",~~u,~"",~,, ~~,j,~,. j,~ i'~HH.Ht.'I'·

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I rte "'f:--'I ."" t.. of P']-' . .k .. '., ·t· T' "N:IC-' '. 1'1-

n[er '.ac,c' 0 I -- ac:cl. _~'~'._ S •• !j, ••• ,.~.' •• '.'ij)" •• [ ......

Ope rati 0 n 'iI,.!II [."lil!ll 011,,11<. ,jI.!II"'." 'iI'"'' '. Ill. II,. ,iii, •• ,Ii,"" [Ii, •• [. ,iI. ' • ., .. 'i!' iii oj it. '1i'.1j 1,2

Switching Power On and Off , 12

Ad- iusting the Velum e'" Level 11'

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Squelch Adjustment , , " 12

Selecting the Operating Band 13

Frequency Navigation ' , 14

Transmission 10'.'.' .... "'~'.'~'. ~~ "iIi" .'II'.''''''.,.~,.,"',.,'',.,. " .. '. "II"'",~' ~'i .,~,.,.,~,j .. '. "'Ii'ii .. ' •• ' .. '! t 1,5

AM Broadcast Reception. , 15

AM~ ~'i' ft· R' j, 16'

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"I~leather Broadcast Reception " 17

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. ,eypa" .-, '. "u,mJnatlon, , .. ,~ u i Uh~'",~" n uu'.'. "[~~ .'. ~~" ~'.·i'i" '.'

Aldiv',,'a"_"'n' c·"'·e-·d 0""';":' '--, ",,"', 't ," "':-,-, .. '.~ 2'-0:

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C'h- " fi'~' - . - th"- '_-. 'C" ·'h···· - -"J S·,·ij't· ,- .- - 2"~""2'

_ ' ,],an"t51n"g t_,:,e 1.,_ :,: an,fl[e',_ ieps !,~"",IO~ """",,~,, ",,,,,,~,, "~,, i,~ .,Ii!', ~LO" ~" i,~ .• ' .'~

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Changing the Operating Mode 23

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CTeSS' Operation " , ,.26

D'CS Operation "' ' '.' .. ' ," " ".27

Ton,e S'e-arch Sca,nning u .'~-iHIi! "~-u,,,,~,,, ~, •• ,~,jH'. ;,~ 01";; .u .... "'~ !'~H 28

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Tone Calling (1750 Hz) ,,, 2'9

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Changing the IX Deviation Level 30

Transmitter Ti,nle~,O'U[ Tirn,er (TO'T) ,"j" .. ,~",.,~~.",,~,q.-q~, 31

Busy Channel Lock-Out (BeLO) 31

Re~~'c·',el~ ve_:_:_: ·8:\',a-·'tt· e' 'ry';' is···'\[a··· 'lie' 'r'- 'S,:e'tul 'p'" 11,}'

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Battery Utilization Monitor " 33

Automatic Power-Off'(Al'O) Feature 'i,i,,!'~H~~[ii,i'IU'~'I'~~ 33 Automatic Power-On F eature too i; HI ",,~ ~ '" ~ ,!, I' ~ 'i ,! '!'t t ,!, ~ ~"i ~ N' ~ ~ u,~ .3 4

Keyboard Locking " 34

Disabling the Keypad Beeper 35

Checking the Battery Voltage , 35

Tempi erature Display ~ i-i;;;!i iJ"" .... ,..'.'t i't,l,..t j,t-l! j',.. '1 j;!I! 'I'~f,! j'f~'~ t~ !'iI'[,"''!' 3,5

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D'TMFOperation ,., , ' ' 36

Emergency Channel Operation !'!Ii !,~~,! ""~~ "~~~'I'! ~", ~'~~ "~'I"'~~ ~ 37

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ARTS (Automatic Range Transponder System) ... , ...... 38

Memory Mode •..•... ' ' ' '. 42

Memory Storage ., .. , '"'00''''''' ".' ' '." '.' ,.42

Storing Independent Transmit Frequencies, 42

Mem 0 ry R eca.l "' " i, ~ -e. j' " 'i, ~ 'j t. ,~ ~ i, ~ '.' " ~ !' .' ~ -e. ~ ,.' ~, ~ I' ~ .' • ~ " ~ .' ~ -i ,I ,i ~ t '. I' i' ... ~ !, ~ ,! ~ ~ ,!, ~ ~ ,43

HOIM,E Channel Memory' ~, .. ,~~u,~'I'~,jn~~~p~II.,.,.,u;.;. .. [ ~utnf,43

Labeling Memories ,." 44

Memorv Offset Tuning '~'I ~,! j,~,.,. I"i ~" h'i ~" ~~~uuu !'tt·!! ~HI!o~" ~HI!i 44

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Masking Memories , "., , , 45

Mernorv Group Operation ';"."oi';' "~,, " ... ",j "j,.",! j' •• JIi'! I'.'!! i'''''~ ~,~,! j,tt '" 45

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Scanning ' ' ,46

VFO Scanning ,,, , .. , , , ,,47

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,:. --,[ow l;OJ.P a" "anne, ;' u.rln,~ I'. e,m[ory_:,c[an .... t,i' .'

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Programmable Memory Scan (PMS) .49

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Automatic Lamp IHumination on Scan Stop ........ 50

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TheVX-5R is. a miniature triband FM transceiver with extensive receive frequency coverage; providing leading-edge features for VHF and UHF two-way amateur communications along with unmatched monitoring capability.

The VX-5,R's small size allows you to take it anywhere - hiking, skiing, or while walking around town, and its operating flexibility brings the user many avenues of operating enjoy-

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ment. Besides 50, 1,4,4" ana 430 MHz transcerve operation, uie vx-sx provices receive

coverage of the AM (MF) and FM broadcast bands, HF Shortwave Bands up to 16 MHz,

V· ·.<·H:F-·· :?11ld-·:1 UH:- :, . ":'F-: T-'- C'V-:'-~ ban d .. i ,S':" - t"h,' I·e' V:.-H--· F A···-,-···M,······· air i--:"C···'.'r·a-:-ft~-- ban . d an'··.:·~' d a wide ran ·g .. rc 10·'-" f'co im m ercia I and

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public safety frequencies! And. the optional Barometer pressure Sensor Unit provides readout of barometric pressure and altitude while mountain climbing or hiking.

The transmitter section provides 5 Watts of clean power output on the 50 MHz and 144

MH: 'z·· band S'-'" with th lee s iuppl icd 'F'N:! B"'liiiiiJ5'~'118',,:L; I Ba ttery Pac k a n d ·4'-:·_'~ 5 Watt ts IO····U' tput on 4: 3'· '0-'" M··,·:: H,---~ z

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When 1: '3'···· ·8-"··::··,·V····,:· DI'" C " 'P--··IO-·:·'W: e r II'S:: SC u 'p~ plied fro rom an ~ .. , e" .xte rn ial s ource power outp u t is fiv .. ·,·e .. · W··· 'a:I'tt: S:··· o m

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all bands. A wide variety of tone signaling formats are built into the VX ... 5R, in addition to Yaesu's exclusive ARTSTM (Auto-Range Transponder System), which "beeps' the user when you move out of communications range with another ARTSTM-e'quipped station.

We: appreciate your purchase of the VX-5R; and encourage you to read this manual thoroughly, so as to learn about the many exciting features of your exciting new Yaesu hand-

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............... T'XlBU:SY ............... """""'"11, 'Thi.s indi cato r gllow's Red during transmission, and

:[ Gree·n when a si[g .... nal is ibe·ing received (of sufficient strength to open the noise squefch).

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also is, used Ior Menu selections and other adiust-

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it to receive after your transmission is corn-

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Presslnq thiis key disable s the no ise squelchmq action, ,a:tlowinq you to hear 'very weak siqnals near the background noise le -el

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Press and hold this switch for cine second to to"g;g.lle the transcsiver's power on and

![ off.

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of the m~:',o·-·-·s······t irn porta n,:--·[t'; oper ....

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.ating features on the VX.~5R ..

The function of the keys are described in detail 'O'in pages, 4 and 5.,

II"""""""'............... M II'CIS, Pi ~------, 'T.h~s four-conductor i miniature jack pro- [

vide s connection points for rnicrophone

a~- udio e"a··· ,. rp' hone ,,-, a·· 'u, ....

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die, ;P'TIJI and gro'ulnd:~

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allows connection to an external .DC power source -(1'O-'16V D'C)~ The center pin of this

ii jack is the Positive (+) line.

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the bottom riqht-hand

corner of the: display.

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T,hI8' internal speaker

is located directly be ... low the display.

Display Icons S lndicators

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Double slze display (default)

110 ~CiSP'

Press and hold the ([4.]) key for one second

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ii U 145_·· ....• €lee! Small Charactor display

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NF: .. 'M: ':- ~-:" ~I

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. • I • Low Batteryl

~-- Bat,tery Sa,veir' Active (page 32)

I DTMF Autodialer Active (page 36)

........................................................................... ' B'I,[II Alarm Active ([page, ,29)

~ _. _._ - _. -- -' Low' TX, [P'lo:wer ,Sel:ect'e,d! (page, 30)

Automatic Po'wer'·Off Active (p,age 33) ......___-------- ,Di,gi'tal 'Coded S'q:ue[ll,c,h Active (pag:e 2'7) _. 'C,T:C·,S,S Decoder Active (paqe 26) ~~~~.~- .. -~.-~--.-~.- .. ~-~~~~~ 'CTeSS Encoder Active (page 26)

-_ .. _ .. - -- - ' Repeater S'lhii'ft: Direction (paqe 24)

~..,............,.............. - D[~ual 'Wa,t,c:hl Active (p:ag:e 50)

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Activate the ARTSfM Feature

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Frequency Entry

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Change the Frequency B"a,n,d

R'e'v,ers'e the transrnlt

d ~ f ..

an ; receive trequen-

cies while workinq through a repeater.

S- witch to the "Homen

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(favorite frequency) Channel

A t-~'- - -t C- T' C· '-'S'" ""S'

_ .c .I:v'a Ie 1_; , '-, '- _._' ': ',._, lor

·'DC:S Op-e ration

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Enables display ofthe Sub .... band Frequency

S,eilect the eTC,5S tone frequency or DC,S code number

Select the display type (Prequency or Frequency+Alphanumeric Taq) duri:nig Me.:mory operation

Fre '-'q1u"e: "'n'c:y' Entry

: [=.,._ <=-: ' i' _ -',_' '- - i ,Il " .',

Digiit u4"

Activate the Mernory 'G,'1r",o·:··.·u· P'--" rn .:. ode

-,II_'-:F- I:,,~·,.-'~

Frequency Entry Dig it :t~5~"

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I~:g~ Q»:o '9: ~~

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!§ ~ ~ m ~/i& @ M~~ ~::w ~i

I~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ 1~ ~ ~§ M ~ m ~ ~ m ~ ~ ~ ~~ M

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Switches display between Large Character and Smelt

Ch - -- t - d

nerscter moe e~

Switch the display lavels between ·thl,e ~;:l:A: -:·,·p,' .. be ,,-n:<,·'m~·'e·····: tic" a.---.,· nd

,_ ., u, , ... ,f _ ., .

"leon" formats.

m ~!~~AA' ~ ~~ ~m W

~ffi mEal. ~*~. ~':f~ ~fffr

I~ft: ;~n:::t 'M t_;:-:

Iffh" ~~ iJ.8' w ~ :~ ~ :':': ~~ ffi~-~

1%~~rnN ~ ~ ~ ~: ~ ~ ~ ~m ~_~i11

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Activate the IK,ey LIQck,QUlt Feature

Frequency Entry Digit u7;1~

Select the synthesizer

steps to lbe used I

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durinq VF,Q operation. I

Display the' current temprature inside ihe transceiver's c,as"e~

None

D- -.' 1- t'- h- - - - - - t~ .ISP ',a'y 'I,-I'e current

Barometric Pressure.

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Activate the, DTMF Autoctaler Function

Display th,e Battery Type and B,attery Voltaqe

! Frequency Entry

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Select the direction of the uplink frequency shlft (either u_./' "+.'" or

simplex) duning: repeater operation.

Display the operatlnq

, time and total transmit nrn ·· .. e··· s .. .ince .. y.,.co·.··.·u mo' ist

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recently turned the transceiver on.

'T' t"'h' k . d'

urn me keypac ·s

IB:"e" e~ pe :'r on:': 0'::" r off,""

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Switch to the Memory mode

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Desiq nate a Memory Channe] to be

u sk ·I·~ p.' .,p .... , e,~·~· d ".' d IU.· r,'il' n'-' g"

','-' ' .... . .... ' ., ,'.,' " - '_""

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scanrunq.

lnitiate Me,m'ory Channel scanning

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Frequency Entry

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Transmit.

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m~ @~ m:w t~ ~~

'~~.1'< m ill m "'. ~ m ~" Temporary High Power

"t ~ __ ~ il'i Transmit

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Disable the Norse and Tone Squelch.

E iii

.' uropean versron:

Activate the T, CA,LL.

Re······v·····e···r·s··,e. the tra n···s~ imit

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and receive frequen-

cies while workinq

t'h~' rou 'g- "h a re'" peate ···r.'

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broadcast channel

,S .' elect th·e 'VFO madre ~

Activate the Dual Watch feature

Dlsplay the current Altitude.

,A:ctivate 'VFO

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Activate the Spectrum Analyzer (Spectra:-Sc:opI,eJiMi) featu If-e' .

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.ccessorles'plons

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ACCESSORIES, SUPPLIED WITH THE VX-5R

FNB-58LI Battery Pack (7 .2V 111 OOmAh)

NC-72B/CIF/U Battery Chareger

Belt Clip

Hand Strap

Antenna

Operating Manual

lIZ· . . .. ~ ty C,·-, ,-, - d

warranr .-,ar··.

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AVAILABLE OPTI'ONS FOR YOUR VX-SR

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CD CSC .. 73 Soft Case

® CID ... 15 Rapid Charger (requires N,C-72B/C/FIU)

@ iFBA ... 23 2 x "AA" Cell Battery Case (batteries not supplied)

@ FNB-,58LI Battery Pack

@ E-D,e-58 DC Cable w/Noise Filter

@ NC-72B/C/F/U Battery Chareger

(j) E ... D'C .. ,6 DC Cable; plug and wire only

@ CT -44, Microphone Adapter

@ MH-37 A4B Earpiece/Microphone

@ MH .. 34B4!B Speaker/Microphone

@ VC ... 25 VOX Headset

@ CN-3 BNC-to-SMA Adapter

@ SU~1 Barometric Pressure Sensor Unit

@ CT .. 27 Cloning Cable

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requirements, while others may be unavailable in some regions. Consult your Yaesu Dealer for

dot ails regard .in 'g.-. th ese a In''' d .:- any newly .... a ~V" -ailable optic in S·-- C :'0" n nection of any n .on "~ Ya ·e··· .su -,a·······p-::-··,_

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p,rov~'~., ]a,cces,sory~1 st .. QU, I:~~:I n cause oamage, may VO'I.~, . ne i.mu .ec warrantj on .. IS apparatus.

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Installation of Accessories

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The supplied antenna provides good results over the entire frequency range of the trans'-

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ceiver. However, 'for enhanced base station medium-wave and shortwave reception, Y',: au

.' " • ".. •• • ••• ol!"! ~l • • • . _' • _ '_' _ '_ ,_._ • •••••.. _ " • _',' _. - J '. • ._ •• '_' _" _ • '_ _ •• '.' ',:"'- ". '_ ': •

may w zish to connect a n ~'. external (. outs ide) ru~,:~ ntenna ...

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The supplied antenna inc U··· d Ies .. :. a "Base' and I.' an "'E' .. xtender Elem cnt ." The Extend .. er E·.··I"e·:··:-

.. ""'1' . '.' , ,.. . ".' _'. ' "" .. _ " .. <1 ,,_ ' ' ..

ment should be used below 54 MHz, and its installation will still allow satisfactory 1441

43···· 0',' M .... ····, H' ·Z"~:· op era tion

. " ',_ .:. .' L". I ,':., •.••• ~' ,': ... ,I ":. :' .',., l.,

TO," install t=he-·., .S'~····U::;p'·,p .. ··ll,ie··:d.' .:- ·a··· nte ... nna

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H'O"'-',I'd"; th e"·· bottom e> nd [0·' fth ·e··.·· antenn a then S·· crew l~t:· on ItO:-:: the m at-

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ing connector on the transceiver until it is snug. Do not overtighten by us·e of extreme force.

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'When operating the VX-5'-:liR Q:,::n frequencies lower than the 501

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MR" b" ,,' . .d dis: . '." " .. ~" ··· .. t· ,th'" ." ·t· "'" . .. :,.'. -t= ". '.' th .. ·· b "1"" '" nte "'. " .

. ,-:.Z • .. anl·.,. 1,.:·ls·co[nne[c·, I. 'ie anl!,enna c.ap l.rom .. ' e .::[as,e an.enna

then screw the Extender' Element onto the Base Antenna.

Notes:

o N ever transmit without having an antenna connected.

o When installing the supplied antenna, never hold the upper part of the antenna while screwing it onto the mating connee ··t· '·0' "r"'" 0:"'- n': t he trans c "e":· .. l·~ v r er

,', .', '.',.. _',.....' '. . -, .'. ,"_ - .' . . . . :" ,.

o If using an external antenna for transmission, ensure that the S·WR presented to the transceiver is 1 .. 5:: I or lower, . [0 Take care not lose thl: e a···n .. ue nna c .ap when remov r }!n; g it from

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the' Bas .. e Antenna,

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BELT CLIP INSTALLATION

Fr··. rI·. rst II t h·: . B'··" 'It· 'c···:· ""1' iii.. . f '._ t ,".' '·'1'" --c. th '- .. -. 1·"· .. ··· ····f) th H: . "c.' d :S~: trz .::" intc th '1'" " .. ' '. ·t· the tl~"· . -;:. -. f""

10.m_S .. a . rne ."e r c.np, If,S. pace rne .. oop o .. ,,:e rianu ~_'l s- ;.a.p' mto t re groove a .... e top [0'.

the Belt [Clip':' and run the loop of the strap" around the round mounting ridge for the Belt

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Clip" Now insert the mounting screw throuzh the belt clip I: and affix it snugly to the mount-

.. :... ... '"' '...,_;.'. .~.. '. ,'. '.' ... ,." ... _: ~ ,,: ··c'." '.",,' .' ,.::, ',' 1 .... c' '." .. .... ,.:,;_., _.'," ". .. .. = .. J . ~.' .. :', .:' . .' . .... .' '. ".' _. ,'"

ing hole on the bac k ofthe transceiver being careful not to allow the' Hand Strap' to become

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·ffils .... [a 19ne ,

Do n tot in tstall t··h:· e s u·p···"P .. lied r t Belt C···· r :-···ll·p'·~··

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lYl'~ . : r . ~' .. : _ ['·'.1. " _. [ : .. '.' ,·I._. '_-, ·.L .' ._. _"'jLI_"rlrJ

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ing tlte Belt Clip! The screw will cause

a [t"sh[ort ·ci':cuit" to tlte .illtef[/la·/ :c.i'r-

cuitry, causing serious damage!

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Installation of Accessories

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Th 'FN~' ~'B'" 5'8'-' ILl " high C' Lot hot ~I b idi 'hi ,1'0')' I 'iI!

ne : [\: -=-,[,[-~~~ [_ Ii _l_ IS a : ~l,~f: -perrormance Lrtrnum-Iou battery providing :'1011 capacity In a

very compact pac ·k· a ge Un der no irm nal use the F-~':N"" 8. '1iiIIi'5'~":8"L:I: m ay be U' se .d for appro xim ately

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3[00 charge cycles after which o'p·.··. erating time may be expected to decrease If you have an

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old battery pack which is displaying capacity which has become diminished; you should

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rep ace .' re p"ac, wu ,I a new one.

o Push the bottom latch slightly to the "OPEN" position. LI Install the .:F,NB[~,5,8,L,1 as shown in the illustration",

LI Re-Iock the bottom plate by carefully pressing the hinged latch cover back into its

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norma j operating posmon.

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depleted, it may be charged by connecting the NC ..

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The display will indicate "now charging" while the battery is being charged. When charging is finished the display 'will change to indicate "complete '"

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The optional F---··B·-··,'A' ", 2·~~·"3·: Batte ry C·,- ase allo ws rec eive m O"'ID' it orin ... g using tw .. ·· 'O~' "AA'"·- ',., size A' lka

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ine battenes. _' . .' .. ca .ine battenes can aiso oe use 'lor transmission In an emergency, ._ ut

power outp :·IU.t will only: be 300! m w: and battery life 'will be shortened dramatically,

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To Install Alk.aline Batteries into the F·BA .. 23

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with th···:" ·e·-:" .Negative [-]"" side of t he batteries tou c hing th ·e···· S'''P'''''''r':'''I'~n'/' 'g',_"

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connections inside the FBA-231!1'

o Unlock the bottom plate by pushing tbe latch in the "OPEN" direction ..

LI Install the FBA-23 as shown in the illustration, with the [+] si .. d e····· fa cin ig .... fh .. ··e; b [0, ·tt·II'[o.'··m···~1 ofth :e····· tran isceiver

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ORe-lock the bottom plate by carefully pressing the latch cover

back into its normal operating position.

The FBA-23. does not provide connections for charging, since Alkaline cells cannot be recharged. Therefore, the NC-72B/C/F/U) E-DC-5B, or E-DC-6 may safely be connected to the EX . DC jack when the FBA-23 is installed.

Notes:

o The FBA-23 is designed for use only with AA-type Alkaline cel1s.

o If you do not use the VX-SR for a long time, remove the Alkaline batteries from the . FBA-23, as battery leakage could cause damage to the FBA-23 and/or the trans-

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BATTERY LIFE INFORMATION

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50 MHz (1)

Ci)' :: Battery "S nearmq depletion.

Prepare to replace fhe battery. Prepare to ,c,h,arge the battery iO ,: B,s'ttery' voltaqe rs ,critic,a'lIy' to«.

Prepare to, replace the' battery Prepare to charqe th,e battery.

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,(1)- TX ,6 sec., RX 16 :s,e"c~ and Squelched ,4,8 sec. (2:) Continuous siqnal reception

The current battery voltage can be displayed manually on the LCD', by following the in-

structions on page 35.

Battery capacity may be reduced during extremely cold weather operation. Keeping the ra dio ". in s id e~.' 'Y·",O'Ui r P a rk ca m ',' a; Y"'-' help ... ·-, preser ve the fu II I ch ra rgc ca pa c .ity

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U Battery Charger.

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the Battery Charger into the EXT DC jack on the side of the radio. Now plug the Battery Ch a rger into the w 'all out Iet -Y":'O-"Ui-l m [a' :-.y' ... '" 'In: O···:··W~" tu - rn on th e tran sceiv .. -er

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AC Q'PiEiRATION USING NC-72B/C/F/U (RECEIVING OINlV)

I rt t N--' ~-, t Ii[ mportant rsotrce

When using an external DC power source supplied via the E-OC-58 or E-DC-6, if power is momentarily interrupted a safety feature will be activated inside theVX-

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power interruption might occur when a vehicle's ignition is turned on or off, or if the DC power cable is unplugged, or if the DC power supply is turned off.

In" the .. ··. event of such a mom . ,e' m tary po .. iwe .• r interru ption, t"h~' e V",,'-··,-'X··· .• ··· .. ····_,5!R-< will return t;QI' th :,e······

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original VFO or Memory Channel to which the VX .. 5R was tuned when it was first turned on during this operating session. For example, if you started operation on Memory Channel2, at 145.400 MHz, but DC power input is interrupted later while you are on Memory Channel 25,. The VX.-5R will revert to Memory Channel 2 (145.400 MHz) when the power situation stabilizes.

This is a ( .. n'~ ormal ).,-.,[ P ro .. tc c .. ·· .tion fea ture and y ,O-,"',Ui: 'm" 'a:':IY::-'" q- u ~C .: k ly ret um to 'M··.·] enorv I·C.·:---·-h: an-

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nel 25 by pressing (~) .... tC~)J -+ ~D ·

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The V' "X·'·'iiili5'.'-:'~·R·:·' may b"',e"'" used for Packet operation u sing the optional CI·':T';:--4·~,,4'- microphone

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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 VO __ U '.JE knob, as with voice operation. The input level to the VX-5R from the TNC should be adjusted at the TNC side; the optimum input voltage is approximately 5 mV at 2 kQ.

Be sure to turn the transceiver and TNC off before connecting the cables, so as to prevent voltage spikes from possibly damaging your transceiver.

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Operation

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. eatures 0 ne '''A~,· •. , snow you re anxious 0 ge: on u e air.bu: ." encour-

age you to read the "Operation" section of this manual as thoroughly as

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possuue so you t, g'e't t,· e most out ,0 ,. t is tantastic new' transceiver. Now let's get

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WITC:HI;NGi j·/OWER,'···· •.. ·Ni A,NO " .. ,', ·· .. "FF

CD Be sure the battery pack is installed, and that the battery is fully charged .. Connect the antenn a to the top panel A·.~' :N>', TE'N~' :N ... ··A<J"'a~·,.··'c···,.·k[, ...

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a> Press and hold in the orange PWR switch (on the left side of the front panel) for one second. Two beeps will be beard when the switch has been held long enough, and the

fr d 110 I "II Aft· ter anoth d h · d '

equency r Ispay WI . soon appear. . ter anotl er two seconcs, t ie receive-mo. '. e Bat-

tery Saver function will become active, unless you have disabled it (see page 32).

a) To tum the VX .. 5R off, press and hold in the PWR switch again for one second.

, '< / If you don 'I hear tile two rBeep" tones when the radio comes on, the Beeper

.@,~ may have been disabled via the Menu system. See page 35, which tells you

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/., how to reactivate the Beeper. . .

ADJUSTING THE V'OLUME LEVIEL

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Rotate the VOLUME control (immediately to the right of the Antenna) to set the desired

audio level. Clockwise rotation increases the volume level.

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The VX ... 5R's Squelch system allows you to mute the background noise when no signal is being received Not only' does the Squelch system make "standby' operation more pleas-

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ant, It a so sigru icant y re uces battery 'CUIT',ent consumption.

The Squelch system may be adjusted independently for the FM and Wide-Flvl (FM Broadcast) modes.

CD Press the [FIW] key momentarily, then immediately press [O(s·Q)wxl This provides a "short-cut" to Menu Item #01 (SQUELCH).

(V Now rotate the DIA knob clockwise; you will notice that the noise will disappear after a few "clicks" of the DIAL. When you find the point where the background noise is just silenced, (typically at a setting of about "3'" or "'4" on the scale), leave the DIAL at that setting; this is point of maximum sensitivity to weak signals ..

(l) When you are satisfied with the Squelch threshold setting, press the PTT key rnomen-

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tanly to save t te new settmg anc exit to' normar operation.

@ You may also adjust the Squelch setting by using the "Set" (Menu) mode. See page 61 for details.

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Operation

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Ify ~OU' 're operating in an area or hieh Rlipollution, you mal' need to con-

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S'I'~Jer "Tone Squelch ", oneration using th e b .. uilt-in C -TrSS·Decoder. Thisfea-

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ture will keep your radio quiet until a call is received from a station sending

a carrier which contains a matching tsubaudible) CTess tone Or tif· .. ······ vour friends have'

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Fa lOS equipped with ",'~,"Ig[:lta t.oaea Squelctu tike your IVA.-·_n.1 nas trv using tnat

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SELECTING THE OPERATING BAND

The VX .. 5R covers an incredibly wide frequency range, over which a number ofdifferent

O· ip erat in 0 m od es ar .e u sed T'; he refore the VX-S",R's,' fr eq U· e··n~ c"·::'Y':'-" c···o·_. iverag .. re h a ·:8-····· hi" e:'e' n div .. -ided

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into different operating bands, each of which has its own pre-set channel steps and operating modes. You can change the channel steps and operating modes later, if you like (see pages 22 and 23·).

To Change Operating Bands

<D Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key repetitively.

You will. see th·e LCD indication change as you p~ess the [BAND(SET)AR] key.

Q) The VX .. SR uses a dual VFO system (explained in detail on page 20). To switch from the "Main' VFIQ (VFO[-A) to the "Sub' (VF!O-B) VFO' iustant ly, pre s s the [VFO(OW)SC] key momentarily. Pressing the [VFO(OW)SC] key once more will retU.I~n. the ·V'X-SR. to, V·FO,-A.

® Once you have selected the desired band, you may initiate manual tuning (or scanning) per ~A,~d=~io=n=Ba=~:'n=·i[d=1~~~2~.2~.2_''''''''_4;_.20_· _M_HI,~Z, ~~

the discussions below.

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FREQUENCY NAVIGATION

The:" V' '. "X:i,_S' .'. R··: W"::'I~ II init I'!I! al ly be '0"--:" pcra tin g in th e "V· .::. F' ,·0:'" m :',-" '0"--:' d 'e ,c. . a '8:) just d e . s c .rib ·· .. ·,·e· ···d····! Th 1~ s ~S' a

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channelized system which allows free tuning throughout the currently-selected operating band. You can confirm that you are in the VFO mode by looking in the upper-left-hand corner of the display; if you see "Va" (which stands for "VFO-A'~) andlor "Vb" (VFO-B) along the left edge of the LCD, then you are in the VFO mode.

Three basic frequency navigation methods are available on the VX.-SR: 1. Tuning Dial

Rotation of the D'IAL allows tuning in the pre-programmed steps established for the current operating band. Clockwise rotation of the DIAL causes the VX-5R to be tuned toward a higher frequency, while counter-clockwise rotation will lower the operating frequency .. If you press the [FIW] key momentarily, then rotate the DIAL, frequency steps of 1 MHz will be selected. This feature is extremely useful for making rapid frequency excursions over the wide tuning range of the VX-SR.

2 .. Direct Keypad Frequency Entiry

T'-"--h··e'·.·. d esired lo··.···,p.···e'·::r· .. a, tin g.',." fr ... e .. ·.q··· '"uie·.··.n-c:.·y .... ·: m"" ,ai·~'-y·· .• r be entered .d·: ]'} .. r .. e'c· .. .tly from t':-'h'" ,e.' keypa .... d.

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The operating mode will automatically be set once the new frequency is entered via the

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To enter' a frequency from the keypad, just press the numbered digits on the keypad in the

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proper sequence. There is no "decimal point" key on the VX-5R., so if the frequency is

bel .... ', l' '0···0····· M;······ H· .. ' (,;"' .... 15- 115--'0': M···:=H: "···)·······'·1 r' ired 1-··-·" rdir "1': "' ....... ~.(- ..... ' .. : ,·:··,t· b-···· ..... -.' .etl .. 'ed

e' QIW: '.' !- z:.e I,g,t ' .. ill. ': v a r. Z " a,ny ~ equlre,-: ,ea~ In,g, zeroles mus" e en :e'f,e', I'

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press (e1] + [4))+(6] ... [5] +[2JJ+[ 0)

,SQ 'WI, 'TN iFRQ AP' 100 CD, TAO; AlP teo AP I'CO

To enter 15.255 MHz, press (0)+ (1)'" m .... ' ((2) .... (5) .... (til)

SQ wx SQ 'WX 'TN FRQ CD TA,'G AP ICO ,SiC!: wx

To enter 1.250 MHz (1250 kHz), press to )+ Q )+ til ... (2) ... (a] ... (I»)

~O:" enter 0; 9··c··5···'O·· "M····,· H" 1Z·i ('9·"5:'0'" kH'· ',. :-z)

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3. Scannlnq

From the VFO mode, press and hold in the [VF:O(IDW)SC] key for one second.

The VX-SR will begin scanning toward a higher frequency, and will stop when it receives a signal strong enough to break through the Squelch threshold. The VX-5R will then hold on that frequency according to the setting of the "RESUM.E" mode (Menu #12). See page

63' for d c tails .

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If yo ··.U!:·. w .... .is .. sh t '0.··.··] reverse the .. d .•. irect ]';",O·-·I.D"- ·0··.·· f t he scan (':"l~ e'-:·· to .. iw .: vard . .- a lower fr ·e,··c_q"lu_ ency inste a d o.··'f'· a

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higher frequency) , just rotate the DIAL one click in the counter-clockwise direction while the VX-5R is scanning .. The scanning direction will be reversed. To revert to scann ing toward a higher frequency once more; rotate the DIAL one click clockwise.

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VX~,5R· OPERATING: .MANUAL

14

Once you have set up an appropriate frequency inside one of the three Amateur bands on which the VX-5R can transmit (50 MHz, 144 MHz or 430 MHz), you're ready to transmit. These are the most basic steps; marie advanced aspects of transmitter operation will be

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(1\ .. : .. 1 .. · ... ··•• T ~ h PT'T '. h d k 'iii th- fr 1 It h ("1 d w -1,0 transmit, p,re,ss the P :1 SWltC,; an spea Into, rne front panel rmcropnone t ocatcd

in the upper right-hand comer of the speaker grille) in a normal voice level. The "TX" LED on top of the radio will glow Red during transmission.

(~) To return to the receive mode, release the P'TT switch.

During transmission, the relative power level win be indicated on the LCD. Full power ( 5 Watts) is indicated by eight arrows below the frequency display. The three "Low Power" levels (Ll, L2, and L3)are indicated by two, four, or six arrows, respectively. Additionally, the "L" icon will appear at the bottom of the display, followed by one, two, ,or three bars ..

,,1 . / If you'rejust talking tofriends in tile immediate area, you'll get much longer I '~. _ battery life by switching to Low Power operation .. To do this, just press the ;' .~ .. [TX PO(LOCK)] key so th at the "l," icon appears at the bottom of the display. And don 'tforget, :alK!Q.v$ have an antenna connected when you transmit.

Transmission is' not possible on any operating bands other than the 5'0' ,MHz" 144 MHz, --d4····3~O···~·· MH" b' -d~

an' .. ' st): ',",. ····,z ·.··an,:s.

AM BROAiDCAST RECEPTION

The VX-SR includes provision for reception of AM broadcasts, either on the standard medium-wave (M'W)' broadcast band, Of' on the sh .. ortwave bands up to 1,61 MH,z,.,

CD Press the ,[VFO(DW)SC] key repetitively until you see a frequency in the frequency range desired. The MW coverage is 0.5 MHz to 1.8 MHz, while the shortwave broad-

'. 1 8 M"H 16- MH' 'I' ~' h h I' d (di I ed

cast coverage "IS ': I' i ~ Z to ':._, M .. L,Z'I in em ier case, 'to e operating mooe tc isp ayed on

the right edge of the LCD) should be shown as being "AM."

(V Be sure that the VX-5R is set to theVFO mode (either "Va" or "Vb' will be visible at' the left side of the display),

Q) Rotate the DIAL to tune across the broadcast band.

@) You may also use the keypad to enter frequencies directly. This method will be quicker for changing from the 49-meter broadcast band to the 3 I-meter band, for example.

It th e oner uting m 0- de -. is not c orrect YO"U-' m 'QrlJ need 1'0'" a' diust the setting o"'f'"

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Menu #,36 :(IC( MOD'E),. See page 67 fa,' details.

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AM AIRCRAFT RECEPTION

Reception of AM signals in the aeronautical band (1 08-137 MHz) is similar to that de~ scribed in the previous section.

<D Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key repetitively until you see a frequency in the aeronautical 'bland.

@ Be sure that the VX-SR is set to the VFO mode (either "Va" or+Vb' will be visible at

the left side of the display), and that "AM" is shown as the operating mode.

Q) Rotate the DIAL to tune across the aeronautical band.

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quoted by aircraft operators may be abbreviated, and that the "5" at the end of a fre-

quency may be dropped. Since aeronautical channels are assigned in 25-kHz steps, therefore, a frequency announced as "thirty-two, forty-two" corresponds to an operatin .:g--'" fr e::- [q:' U, ten C·" ;'y.-.' o .. ·.-f, 13-:1" 4"--·2~ 5< M-,·.-,-'H;- z··.-··

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To Activate FM Broadcast Reception

CD Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key repetitively until a frequency in the FM broadcast b an d appea -r·--'s--··-' ,o--·-··n'l th ::, e~-' displa y-.:--:: The to ··:t,i a I fre q':' uen c -·Y·'-· r-·-'a:- nge includ e--:"·d--I: in t--··h··e· "F:~:·M:··:: ." band is

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59-1 '0181 MHz ..

<V Be sure you are in the VFO mode (press the [VFO(DW)SC] key if not), and that WFM (Wide-bandwidth FM) is indicated as the operating mode.

Q) Rotate the DIAL to select the desired station. The default synthesizer steps for the WFM mode are 1 00· kl-lz/step.

To Activate 'VH-·-'F" - or UIH1F' TV Aud-·:::'I:·[O·.----·-···- R: '·-·.e:-- .. cep .• tlo .. ----··,n-··

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<D Press the [BA · .. ·D(SET)AR] key repetitively until a frequency in the VHF or UHF TV bands appears on the LCD.

(£) Be sure you are in the VFO mode (press the [VFO(OW)SC] key ifnot). Q) Rotate the DIAL to select the desired station.

Remem b~- e r th« t-- the J.J7:,·~d'- e F~'JlI Sq u -e~'l'c,l,--- settin g'- m -----at1' b e m ta de in dep ende 'ntly

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from the Narrow-Fbi setting, using Menu #02. See page 61.

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WEATHIE,R BROA:OCAST RECiEPTlON

TheVX .. 5R includes a unique feature which allows reception of weather broadcasts in the 160-MHz frequency range. Ten standard Weather Broadcast channels are pre-loaded into

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a speciar memory oank.

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<D Press and bold in the [O{SQL)WX] key for one second to recall the Weather Broadcast channels,

@ Tum the DIAL knob to select the desired Weather Broadcast channel.

® If you. wish to check the other channels for activity by scanning, just press and hold the

. .

[MR(SKP)SC] key for one second.

®, To exit to normal operation, again press and hold in the [O(S'QL)WX] key for one second. Operation will return to the VFO or Memory channel you were operating on before you began Weather Broadcast operation ..

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channel. See page 44.,

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KEYPAOlL, •• ' LLUiMINATION

Your VX-5R includes a reddish illumination lamp which aids in nighttime operation. The red illumination yields clear viewing of the display in a dark environment, with minimal degradation of your night vision. Three options for activating the lamp are provided:

KEY Mode: Pressing any key causes the lamp to provide illumination for 5 seconds, after which the lamp will automatically shut off.

5 SEC Mode: Pressing the LAMP switch momentarily causes the lamp to provide illumination for 5 seconds, after which the lamp will automatically shut off

TOGGLE Mode: Pressing the LAMP switch momentarily "Toggles' the lamp on and off. The lamp will stay illuminated until you press the LAMP switch once more.

Here is the procedure for setting up the Lamp mode:

CD You first n e ed to - .... e~>n[-:·t,·e-·r-: the "Set" (me .nu .): m 0···. de Pr ess th e .• ··· [F-IW-"- '-]: k ey t .. h e-~"n:- imm ec"- dia t ,e· .. Iy

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press the [BAND(SET)AiR] key Gust below the [FIW] key) to activate the Set mode. {bINow rotate the 'DIAL to select Menu Item #25 (,'LAMP M,O,OE").

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable modification of the current setting. @ Next, rotate the DIAL to select one of the three modes described above.

~ When you have made your choice, press the PTT key to save the new setting for Menu Item #25. The transceiver will now return to normal operation.

" ..... ./ The 5 SEC mode provides tile greatest battery conservation, as it allows acti-

CQ\'- - • '1-' h l- /. h h LA'MP .' h

'/"',~'" vation 0 teo 'aml1 onty ·W', , en Y'IOU p. ,_l'.r,ess the '.~ - _,'~ __ ., I SHJ,ltC._ •

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;, ';d',1f you press and hold in the iLAMP key for one second, the lamp will remain

illuminated until you press the LAMP' switch once more (no time limit) .

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Now that you 've mastered the basics of VX-5R operation; let's learn more abo .ut some ot the realls nea t featu "':e',,'s,-,:-:

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SETTING THE FR:EQUENCY DISPLAY IMAGE SIZE

T- he V-,',--,·,·:'X"~·,,·,···~[~5-'~.',R-:-,·-··"'s·u[ d 1'·'·S··,·::P' .[l[ ay m ray b··.··e·'- configur e d 'S-O,',-· that only V,···.',:'F::',O··'.- <,-

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A" d ~ 1-[ d (." I" . '!I[ I)'''' b t ~ d .. 1-

_ IS, disptayed, or tattemanve ,Y[ It may oe se lor, ISp[' ay

(in smaller characters) ofthe Main (A or B) an'd Sub 'VFOs~ As a third option, The Main VFO (only) may be displayed in small c-haracter's '.'

If the disp lay currently shows the operating frequency in large characters (see the illustration), press and hold in the [1 (TN)FRQ] key for one second to change the display to indication of both the Main and Sub VFOs. Press and hold in the [1 (TN)iFRQ] key for one second again to make the Sub VFO frequency disappear.

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If the display currently shows the operating frequency in,-U----~---------------1--4~ --5"'- --I _. ······0·-- ·;--'0'--·'--' ·-0·-'···1·-~··-'· _.-

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small characters, (displaying one or both VFO frequen _ ," '. '-~ .. ! --_,' 1- -, --'- 1;1 '-,:-- [---~-r " ~.

cies), press and hold in the :[4(MG)OSP] key for one second to cause the display to double the size of the Main

actm :

VFO frequency. The Sub VFO frequency will disappear. .. ....._~~_--

If you again press and hold in the [4(MG)DSP] key for one second, the LCD will revert to small-character display of the operating frequency; one or both VFOs will be shown, depending on how the display was set up per the preceding paragraph.

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When operating in the Memory mode (see page 42), pressing the (4(MG)D,SP] key for one second causes the LCD to "toggle" between display of the current memory's frequency only (large characters) or the current memory's frequency on the top line and the memory channel number on the second line.

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VFO' SPLIIT MODE

For working on repeaters with odd splits, or communicating with astronauts on orbiting

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space ve tc es, It may oe necessary to use non-standard sp hts between tt e receive ano

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transmit rrequency. It the app rcation IS m requent enougn :not to warrant the dedication 0,"

a memory channel for this purpose, the "VFO Split" mode may be used. Here is the procedu r·",e.· t-

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<D Set the VX .. SR for display of both the Main and Sub VFOs, per the preceding section. CV Press the VFO key, as needed, to select VFO'-A. Set VFO-A for the receiving frequency (for example, 437.950 MHz).

@Now press the [VFO{OW)SC] key, and set VFO-B for the desired transmit frequency (e.g, ,4·3,5".,750 MHz)~

® Press the [VF'O(OW)SC] key once more to re-establish VFO-A as the "Main" (re-

ceive) VF,Q,t.

(j) Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND{SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode. ® Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #09 ("VFO SPL~T").

(J) Press the [BAND(SET)AR) key to enable activation of the VFO Split feature.

® Rotate the DilAL one click to. change the setting of this Menu item to ON. Press the . PTT key once to exit to Split VFO operation. You will notice the "I[ +l [ -- ]" indicator on the display, which signifies Split operation.

@Vou will now be operating in a Split mode. When you press the PTT key to transmit, you will observe that VFO-A and VF'O~Bwill reverse positions. If you need to modify the VFO-B (transmit) frequency (for Doppler Shift correction, etc.), just press the i[VFO(D'W)SC] key, then make the necessary change, then press [VFO(DW)SC] key once more to restore VFO-A to the "receive VFO" position.

@When you have finished with Split operation, re-enter the Set mode, and set Menu #09 to OFF,~

A split freq uency pair se t up via the V····:··'F,"'-·O·,·",·· Split fe 'a·· ,tu' 're canna t be s·· tared d. ,'.

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rectly into memory. You can, however, store oddfrequency pairs using a dif-

ferent (slightly simpler) procedure .. See page 42.

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VFO LINKING

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F or split operation on the Amateur bands, the VFO Link feature may be useful.

CD Set up VFO Split operation, as just described.

(l) Set VFO-A and VFO-B to the same Amateur band (e.g. 430 MHz).

® While in the Set mode (used to set up Split operation), rotate the DIAL to select Menu #5 ("VFO"). This Menu item determines whether VFO tuning will limited to the current band ""BAND'" or allowed to roam freely band-to-band ,,' A.LL'" I'

® If the current setting is "ALL''; press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable modification of th e~:'~' "V········ Fl. 0"'" Menu ~I item then r:o'" rtate the 0:' ,II A: ······L· to se t this M" .en u sclec tion to "Bi=-,A·:···:· N········· D'" "

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Now press [BAND(SET)AR] once more.

® Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #10·("VFO LINK").

® Press the [BANO(SET)AR] key to enable activation of the VFO Link feature.

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ress t e , .. ,!: t key to save the new setting Ian.) exrt to :.1".: ked/Split .:. r", : operanon.

As you rotate the D,IAL you will observe that both VFO freq uenc ies are changing tog ether

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CHANGING THE CHANNEL STEPS

The VX·'-,5- R·:.J's synthesizer provides the option ofutilizing ch ann e Is ste "'p's of 5/9/1 0/12 "5/151

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20/25/50/100 kHz per step, any number of which may be important to your operating requirements. The VX-SR is set up at the factory with different default steps on each opera tin C1 b a n· .. ··' d which p" rroba bly :': are sa tisf a cto .. iry fo ir m ,0, s t o per a .. : tion 'H' owev er if ,·y::·'o···· U n eed t o .

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chang e the channel step increments the p.' roce,d'ur,e tOI ,do S'D is. v',e'ry" ,e,asy.· ....

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<D Press the [FIW] key, then immediately press the [7(ST)TMP] key. This provides a

short-cut to Menu Item #11 C'VFO STEP").

Q) Rotate the DIAL to select the new channel step size.

® Press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to norma] operation .

. 5 kHz steps] ·ar,e nol avuii{lble ,on ti,e 5'0' .¥Hz, ''ACT ,I"~ J.' al1d "'AC.T 2" ,b,{ln'(/s'; Use 25 kHz steps to load tile 52.525 MHz Simplex Channel into a memory

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T·_· 'he ..... ·· V~!X~:/:-[-·5'~·R··. provid e··s·· fo ···.r··· .. aut o,···.m:·· atic .. mode changing when th e: radio I"S:? ,t, uned t 0·.····· d iff .. erent

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operanng . equencies. : - owevor, S:fOU,.I. an, unusua op:era mg Sl ,.ua; Ion. arls,e In. W, 'ilC : you

need to change between the available operating modes (Flvl-Narrow F'M,-Wide and AM)"'-'

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here is, the P roccdure for doina S'O['I

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CD Press the [FIW] key, then immediately press the [BANO(SE-)AR] key to activate the

No": ·,w v r '0:", ta te th [1 e :0: ·1[' A":'" L--l __ 'to ·0 •. [; S' elect a:" n e w o :'p er ating mo .de Th e··'-··' ava il a ble selections a:,'f' '·e:···'"

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AUTO: Automatic mode setting per default values.

N-FIM: Narrow-bandwidth FM (used for voice communication) W~FM: Wide-bandwidth FM (used for high-fidelity broadcasting)

AM: Amplitude Modulation

~ Press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

Set mode."

@ Rotate the D~AL to select Menu Item #36 C'RXMODE").

@ Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable modification of the current setting. @)

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Unless you have a compelling reason to do so, leave. the Automatic Mode

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mafic extension of the communication range for low-powered hand-held or mobile transceivers .. The VX ... SR includes a number of features which make repeater operation simple

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Repeater Shifts

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Your VX-SR has been configured, at the factory, for the repeater shifts customary in your

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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 bottom

0- f the LC -'"0<' wh e-"n- re pe a ter shifts "h--' a' v -'e been en a bled

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The VX-5R provides a convenient Automatic Repeater Shift feature, which causes the appropriate repeater shift to be automatically applied whenever you tune into the designated repeater sub-bands in your country. These sub-bands are shown below.

If the ARS feature does not appear to be working, you may have accidentally disabled it. 'To re-enable ARS,:,

CD Press the [FIW] key, then immediately press the [BANIO(SET)AR] key to enter the Set

mode.

,@ Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #06 ("ARS").

(~) Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable modification ofthe current setting. (~) Now rotate the DIAIL to select "ON-" (to enable Automatic Repeater Shift). G) Press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

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REPEATER OPERATION

Manual Repeater Shift Activation

Ifthe ARS feature has been disabled; or if you need to set a repeater shift other than that established by the ARS, you may set the direction of the repeater shift manually

To do this, press the [FIW] key, then press the [6(RP)ONT] key. This provides a "shortcut" to Menu #07 ('"RPT SHIFT"). Rotate the DIAL, and you will see that the "'-" or "'+" icon appears at the bottom of the .LCD (when no icon is present, "Simplex" operation - transmit

a- n d receive on the sa m------ e frequenc y----- ..... , ha S'--- been selc c ted 'a: n d the LC-,-------D-:- will m .. ndicate "'S'~·,M~':--:P--""~

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When the desired shift direction has been selected, press the PTT key momentarily to save

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Changing the Default Repeater Shifts

If you travel to a different country, you may need to change the default repeater shift so as to ensure compatibility with local operating requirements.

CD Set theVX-5R to the band on which you wish to change the default repeater shift ..

CV Press the .[FIW] key, then immediately press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the Set

mode. ~~

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(l) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #08 ("SHI!FT~').

@ The current shift will now be displayed on the LCD. Press the [BAN!D(SET)AR] key then rotate the DIAL to select the new repeater shift magnitude.

(2) Press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and exit

,'/ If you just have one "odd" split that you need to program, don't change tile .~!1,' "detault" reneated shitts using Menu Item' #'08./ Enter tlie transmit and re-

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.; ./< ceive frequencies separately, as shown on page 42.

When setting a large repeater shift (e.g. 5.0 Mllz for 440 MHz), remember that you can tune in 1 MHz steps by pressing (FIW], til en rotating the DIAL.

Checking the Repeater Uplink (Input] Frequency

It often is helpful to be able to check the uplink (input) frequency of a repeater, to see if the calling station is within direct ("Simplex") range.

To do this, press the [FIW] key then M'ONI key. Alternatively, if Menu Item #24 ("HOME! REV"') has been set to "REvn, you may just press the [HMIRV(EMG)] key momentarily. To return to the normal uplink/downlink frequency relationship, repeat this step.

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Many repeater systems require that a very-low-frequency audio tone be superimposed on

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your .'. earner in o'r ier to activate me repeater. "'IS : : e ps prevent ra se acnvauon or tne

repeater by radar or spurious signals from other transmitters. This tone system, called

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'"C.'I~':':I,<' tin g":'" ot the Tone Mode These actions ar set u :', b"," :.'~ ,. the ![1('TN·_'·" )'_"F'iR,···"Q·' ,,: ]

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/Qi~ and [2(CD)TAG] keys. or Menu Items #29 and #30.

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CD Press the [FIW] key, then immediately press the [1 {TN)FRQ] key. This provides a "short-cut" to Menu #29 ("SQL TYPE").

CD Rotate the .DIAL so that '"TONE" appears on the display; this activates the CTCSS Encoder, which allows repeater access.

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" ..../ You may notice an additional "Des" icon appearing while you rotate

...... f@:- t/~e DIAL in this step. We'll discuss the Digital CodeSquelch system shortly.

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® Rotation of the DIAL in step (£) above willoccasionally cause "SQL" to appear adjacent to the "TO'NiEH icon. When "TONE SQL" appears, this means that the Tone SQueLch system is active, whichmutes your VX ... SR's receiver until it receives a call from another radio sending out a matching CTCSS tone. This can help keep your radio quiet until a specific call is received, which may be helpful while operating in conge ste d a r e 'a' s

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® When you have made your selection of the CTCSS tone mode, press the [BAND(SET)AR] key.

~ Now rotate the DIAL one click clockwise to select Menu #30 ("TONE SET"). This

Menu selection allows setting of the CTCSS tone frequency to be used.

® Press the [BAND(S.ET)AR] key to enable adjustment of the CTCSS frequency.

(7\ ... 7:--,' R"' "O·'tl·l,a_-_,· .. tiie·.·.~ the D: ':I!Ai ~L un til tiih: ,e'., d is pla Y·,' indicates t··~h'i···"e· Tone Frequ ency Y'IO-U' n eed to be UI sing

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(ask the repeaterowner/operator if you don't know the tone frequency).

® Press the [2(CD)TAG] key to save the new settings and exit to normal operation. .

" / Some repeaters mayor may not re-transmit a CTess tone - some systems just

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audio, repeat steps CD through Q) above,

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but rotate the D'IAL so tha: '~SQ .... -"','.'.,L" disap- -- --.. --.. . ., '

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VX-5R' O'PERA, ttnc MA,NTUAL

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no .. ner rorm 0 .one access conrro is mgita ':.'o'.,e,qu[e· .. en, or tx.x. : L s a newer, more

advanced tone system which generally ... provides more immunity from false p"'[ag':' ing 'than

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does ·CTCSS The DeS Encoder/Decoder is built into your VX-,5R and operation is very

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similar to that just described for CTCSS. Your repeater system may be configured for DCS··i if not it is frequently ql:" uite useful in Simplex operation if' your friendrs) use trans-

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ce ive ... :r::'s'-' e .. · .. ·q·. uipped with this a d vanced fca tur '~eE

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·Jus: as In .' .'~. "_ L).I.,! ,oper[Q1rOn'" ,':,' .' ~ relq,ul,r·es ,- ·.Ia,' YO',u ,s·e' "Ie .~·an'e i~.I0' ,e. '0

DeS ,Q"d that you select a tone code.

CD Press the [FIW] key, then immediately press the [1 (TN)FRQ] key. This provides a "short-cut" to Menu #29 (,'SQL TYPE").

a:> Rotate the DIAL until "DeS" appears in the upper right-hand area of the LCD; this activ .. ·:·a'·' t e·" s the D[- ,·C······"S: E' . ncoder/D ·,'··:e·.·c':·,o·-:--:·'d· ier

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@ Now press the [BANO(SET)AR] key, and rotate the DIAL to select Menu #31 ("DeS SET").

@ Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of the Des Code.

'® Rotate the DIAL to select the desired Des Code (a three-digit number). Ask the repeater owner/operator if you don't know DeS Code; if you are working simplex, just

set ,up the Des Code to be the same as that used by your friend(s). .

® When you have made your selection, press the [2(CD)TAG] key to save the new set-

tings and exit to normal operation.

Remember thut the .D'CS· is an Encode/necode system, S'O your receiver will

r':e··.m·':~-': ain muted u:'[I···iJ·t'I~I'-_' a mate hing D··'_:.C .. ······ .. r,£f [e"" 'ode I~S .: ·: received o:"n· a ·n,',"· inca ... -ming .. ·-' tr a: tt S'·~··-

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mission. Switcl: the DI·CS off when .YO,U 'Fe just tuning around the band!

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Advanced Operation

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In operating situations where you don't know the CTCSS or DeS tone being used by a no rth e···· r s .: ta t 1111'0'-: n or station s you c a m c .. o nnm man d: th c radio to listen to th e in co m in g sign ... a~·l·' '?llnd'!

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scan in search of the tone being used. Two things must be remembered in this regard:

o You must be sure that your repeater uses the same tone type (CTCSS vs. DeS).

o 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

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c·.annlng, to ·wor·,; .. ~

To ecan for the tone in use:

CD Set the radio up for either CTCSS or Des Decoder operation (see the previous discussion). In the case ofCTCSS, "T SQ" will appear on the display; in the case of DeS, "DeS" will appear on the display.

(l) Press the [FIW] key, then immediately press the [2(CD)TAG] key to select the "TONE SET" Menu item (when TONE SQL is selected) or "DCS SET" (during DeS operation),

® Press and hold in the {VFO(OW)SC] key to start scanning for the incoming CTCSS or

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® 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 [BAND(SET)AR] key to lock in that tone! code, then press PTT to exit to normal operation.

, J:. / If the Tone Scan feature does not detect a tone or code, it will continue to ........ ~:i. scan indefinitely. When this happens, it may be that the other station is not

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j!' .. / 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.

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CTCSS/DCS BEL OPERATION

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During CTCSS Decode or Des operation, you may set the VX-SR up such that a ringing "bell" sound alerts you to the fact that a call is coming in. Here is the procedure for activating the Bell will ring in accordance with this programming.

CD Set the transceiver up for CTCSS Decode ("TONE SQL") or DeS operation, as de-

scribed previously.

(b) Adjust the operating frequency to the desired. channel.

® Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BANO(SET)AR] key to activate the Set mode. @) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #22 ("BELL").

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of the Bell ringer.

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® Rotate the DIAL to set the desired number of rings of the Bell. The available choices

are 1, 3, 5, or 8 rings, REPEAT (continuous ringing), or OFF.

<n Press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

When a station calls you whose transceiver is sending a CTCSS tone or DeS code which rna t:c""h~'" e 'S" t hat set ]'!I;n' 1,·t·~OI· your Decode r the BI'··I,e· 1'~ w,"··"]·!·1!·1 ring in accord lance to th 11!l'S:' pr .. o .. igramm :-"'.' nin 0'

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TONE CALLING (1750 Hz)

If the repeaters in your country require a 1750-H-z burst tone for access (typically in Eu-

,' : , .. ) "'.-, - :. ," t· th '.', M~'-:O"'-""N-""'-I~ k ' . .,:. to sei :> '" "T···:··- ,-'-" C·~:·' . '" swit .. ·· ·hl. 1,,_,_ te ". d Tn chs ' .. ";:" t· h .

rope '.,. you can set tne ' .:,/,eyo serve as a. _: ON.E, ·~'ALL SWl'C i' msteac .. 10' C,I ange ... e

config uration of' this switch we again use the Menu to help' us

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CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode. (1) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #23 ("'MON/T-CAL").

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item.

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G) Press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit.

(§) To access a repeater, press and hold in the MONI key for the amount of time specified by the repeater owner/operator. The transmitter will automatically be activated, and a

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has been gained, you may release the MONI key, and use the PTT key for activating

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CHANGING THE TRANSMITTER POWER L.EVE .

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You can select between a total of four transmitter power levels on your VX-SR. The exact

P·- ower output will vary somewhat, depending o'n the voltage supplied to 'the transceiver

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With the standard FNB-5,8LI Battery Pack, the power output levels available are:

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CD The default setting for the power output is "High;" in this configuration, the LCD shows no indication of the power output level. Pressing the [TX PO(LOCK)] key causes the "Low Power" icon to appear, followed by one, two, or three vertical bars, indica .. atina power lev r els "'L- 1'~ "~ "'L- 2:-'1 ,',. o .... r "'.L,3··.: ""1

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@ Pressing the [TX PO(LOCK)] key until the "Low Power" icon disappears will restore High Power operation.

,' ./ Tile VX-SR is smart! You can set up Low power on one band (like UHF),

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I·~.... Wile teavtng ,..~,; on rugn power; an> tile Fa; 10 WI, remem »er thedifferent

/;_.,> settings on each band. And when you store memories, you can store High and Low power settings separately in each memory, so you don 't waste battery power

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In m any are a S"~'" of the w .i vorld ch annel c'lo',n:: g:.' estion has required that operating channe ls b e·":'

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closely spaced. In such operating environments, it often is required that operators use

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CD Press the (FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode. @ Rotate the .DIAL to select Menu Item #38 ("HALF DEV").

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® Rotate the DIAL to change this setting to ON. In this configuration (HALF DEVIA-

TION active), the transmitter's deviation will be approximately ±2.5 kHz.

® When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operati on.

Tire "normal" setting/or the deviation (when this Menu item is set to OFF) is ±5 kHz. .

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'TRANS,MITTER TIME-OUT TIMiER (TOT)

The TOT feature provides a safety switch which limits transmission to a pre-programmed

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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:

CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET1AR] key to enter the Set mode. @ Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #26 ("TOT~').

® Press the [,BAND(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item.

@ Rotate the D'IAL to set the Time-Out Timer to the desired "Maximum TX" time (1 minute, 2~5 minutes" 5 minutes, or 1 0 minutes).

® Once you've made the selection you wish to use, press the PTT key to savethe new setting and exit to normal operation,

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enough to .••• · break through th e:: "Noise' S"':'q'~ U' le~- lch 1''''S':''', p'r-e •. esent , 10·" .·.n;, a freq =U: e·:··n: icy w,··· .. :··c'h.·: 'e··::·r""e.·· .. ' stations

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using different CTeSS or D'CS codes may be active, BeLO prevents you from disrupting

their communications accidentally (because your radio may be muted by its own Tone Decod er --): Th e·~ d lefa ult sett in : .g for t h :,e······ B--=C .• ·• •• ·: .. L- 0<: is O-,F'P--'" a n d her · .. e 1~'S-:, how to c .ha n ge th a t: sc .. tting:

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CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode. (l) Rotate the D'IAL to select Menu Item #27 e'BCLO'~).

(J) Press the [BANO(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item. '@ Rotate the DIAL to settbe BeLa feature to the "ON" position.

® Press the PTT key to save the new setting and resume normal operation.

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. .. RECEIVE' BATTERY SAV·ER SETUP

An important feature of theVX-5R is its Receive Battery Saver, which "puts the radio to -~ 1- .~ ~~ '~I ,c-.~ -~ a- tim --. int e ~.~ , - '1 ~~.~ ~- iodically ",~ vak ing it up' to ch eck fo . -~ - ~ 't· , ity If"~"- ~ - b d I'

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talking on the channel, theVX .. 5R will remain in the "active" mode, then resume its "sleep" cycles. This feature significantly reduces quiescent battery drain, and! you may change the amount of "sleep" time between activity checks using the Menu System:

<D Press the (FIW] key, then press the (BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode. <l) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #14 ("RX SAVE").

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item.

@ Rotate the DIAL to select the desired "sleep" duration. The selections available are 200 ms, ,,300 ms, ,5'00 ms, I second, an,d, 2 seconds, olr 'Q'FFI' The default value is 2,0'0 ms.

® When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and

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exrt to norma operation.

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thesleep cycle may "Collide" with the beginning of an incoming Packet transmtsslon.caustng your TNC not to receive thefull data burst.

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The VX ... SR also includes a useful Transmit Battery Saver, which will automatically lower the power output level when the last signa/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 full 5 Watts of power output in order to achieve full-quietingaccess 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:

CD Press the [FIW] key; then pressth.e(BAN·D(SET)AR]key to enterthe Set mode. (1) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #15 ("TX S'AVE").

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR) key to enable adjustment of this Menu item .. '

® Rotate the DIAL so as to select ON (thus activating the Transmit Battery Saver).

(2) When you have completed your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

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DISABLING THE BUSY ITX LED

Further battery conservation may be accomplished by disabling the BUSY/TX LED. Use the following procedure:

CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [ -AND(SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode. a> Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #17 ("BUSY LED").

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item.

@ Rotate the DIAL to set this Menu item to OFF (thus disabling the BUSY/TX LED). t?\ P ross the :P:TT: key:': to, save the n . e w s:e:--tt .. .inc an d.'! exit to n ormal operation ,.

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BATTERY UTILIZATION MONITOR

The VX...sR includes a timer circuit which can be used to monitor the elapsed time since your

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ra 10, s battery w·as m-ost recently cnargec ... ! !··.15· can serve as a nanoy met ioc O·'~ anncipatmg

when you will need to re-charge the battery.

To monitor th.'e elapsed time since the timer was last reset,

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press and hold in the [6(RP)ONT] key. The display will

now indicate the number of hours and minutes of Operating (Receive + Transmit) time (the display shows, Receive time

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___ uumrni and Transmit tune: rm.mrn since you most

recently turned the transceiver on).

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To reset the tuner to Zero after charging the battery, press and hold In the FIW, key, then

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press the ~ <' . .....•.. ....• ..•. .• i [key, while t, e operating time is being displayed; the timer WIll reset to

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AUTOMATIC POWER-OFF (APO) FEATURE

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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 avail-

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able selections for the time before power-off are 0.5/1/3/5/8 hours, as well as APO Off.

The default condition for the APO is OFF; and here is the procedure for activating it:

CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [5(AP) CO] key to enter the Set mode at Menu #16

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cally shut down.

®Once you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

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AUTOMATI'C P'OWER-ONF'EATURE

The V.X-5R also includes the capability to tum itself on after a programmed time interval. G) Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode.

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(l) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #40 ("ON TIMER").

@ Press the [BANiD(SET)AR] key to enable setting or the power-on interval.

@ Rotate the DIAL to select the desired time period after which the radio will automatically tum on.

,} e, / Note that this is not the time of day wizen the radio will turn on; it is the <~...... number of hours and minutes until the radio turns OIl •

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~ Once you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

In order to prevent accidental frequency change or inadvertent transmission, various aspects of the VX-5R's keys and switches may !be locked out. The possible lockout combinatio :·n·"··'··S: ar·"·· e ... ill

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To lock o ut s ome o ·r·· a II of t· he k ey '··S···

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CD Press the [IFIW] key, then press the [BAINID(SET)AR] key to enter the Set mode. o Rotate the D~AL to select Menu Item #37 (,'LOCK MODE").

@ Press the [BAND{SET)AR] key to enable setting of the Lock mode (which defines which keys/functions are to be locked out).

@) Rotate the DIAL to choose between one of the locking schemes as outlined above. (5) Once you have made your selection, press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and resume normal operation.

® To activate the locking feature, press the [FIW] key, then press the [TX PO{LOCK)] key. The" L" icon will appear on the LCD. To cancel keyboard locking, again press [FIW] key, followed by [TX PO(LOCK)] key.

Even w/zen"ALL" keys have been locked out, two keys actually are not locked out: the [FIW] key and tile [TX PO(L.OCK)] key remains available, so you can repeat step (§) above to disable the "Lock" mode ..

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DISABLING THE KEYPAD BEEPER

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If the keypad's Beeper creates an inconvenience (particularly when operating in a quiet

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room , It may easi y.':.le I: isa .. ~'; ec "

CD Press [FIW] then, press the [9(BP)ALT] key, to enter the Set mode at Menu #20 ("KEY is'-=-' lEi :'-:'Ei-- P:"")"'-"

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a> Rotate the DIAL to change the setting from ON to OFF.

® When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and

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@) If you wish to re-enable the Beeper; just repeat the above procedure, rotating the DIAL to select ON in step a:> above.

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CHECKINGT-E BATTERY VOLTAGE

'The V'X'-15,R"'s, microp rocessor includes p{lrog"'~' ramming which 'will detect the: battery 'typ-,.,." ':"e

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and measure the current battery voltage

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DTM F OPERATION

The VX-5R's 16-button keypad allows easy DTMF dialing for Autopatch or repeater control purposes. Besides numerical digits [0] through [9], the keypad includes the [*] and

[#] dig its plus the [A]. :[81'] [el' and [:j D']' tones often used for rep eater control

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You can generate DTMF tones during transmission manually. ill Press the PTT switch to begin transmission.

Q) While transmitting, press the desired numbers on the keypad. ® When you have sent all the digits desired, release the PTT key.

DTMF Autodialer

Eight DTMF Autodial memories are provided, allowing you to store telephone numbers for autopatch use. You can also store short autopatch access code streams so as to avoid having to send them 'm'", an .ually.

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Here is the DTMF Autodial storage procedure:

Q).':l.L,:,'1 Press the ['F1W'] key th en press the [B'·,A.-,'.'··""N: D,(,,'S',··,:ET)C.:"AR]···.· key to enter the Set mode,

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@ Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #32 ("DTMF SET").

@ Press the [BANO(SET)AR] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item.

@) Rotate the DIAL to select the DTMF Memory register into which you wish to store this. DTMF s rinz

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G) Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to begin DTMF Memory entry into the selected reg-

ister"

@ Key in the DTMF digits you wish to store into this register.

(J) Press the PTT switch to save the setting. To store other numbers, repeat this process, using a different DTMF memory register.

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CD Press ['F'/W]l then the !f3,(· Dr'T)·V'L T']~ key to activate the D'TMF Autodialer function

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t9\ Press the PTT' switch to' beain transmission.

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® Press the numerical key ([ 1] through [9]) corresponding to the DTMF memory string

you wish to send. Once the string begins, you may release the PTT key, as the transmitter will be held "on the air" until the DTMF string is completed.

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EMERGENCY CHANNEL OPERATION

The VX-SR includes an "Emergency" feature which may be useful if you have someone monitor ing on th e sam c fre .. .qu enc Y':: a',ls':, yo .. iu r·,·· tran see -ivers .• !lH," ·F·: "'H' .om e ,,' ch ann el. See P !.a·~ ge

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43 for details on setting the Home channel.

The "Emergency" feature is activated by pressing the [HMJRV(EMG)] key for one second. Wh :.,":, en th II'S' I is done th e· rad io (·'A'·"·,· ),:, is placed on t he U H-= F'''' Am r": at e ur":' hi. an', ': d H· Iom ,e:~~ chann tel (;·:"B'::,·.)':··

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emits a loud "Alarm" sound (the volume is controlled by the VOLUME knob), and (C) if you press the PTT key, this alarm sound will be transmitted.

Use thi S~' featu ir e l'~ f yo "I'U ar rc O·'·U, t '+-'0-" ,f" a walk and wa - n ,to a 'q .... : uick W .. :, 'a y" .. r of alerting a fam nily m·:~··~'e' m '.:- ibe r

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as to a dangerous situation. The alarm sound may discourage an attacker and allow you to

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same requency, as tnere wut oe no iaentiftcation sent vta the Emergency

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ARTS (AUTOM:ATIC RANGETRANSP'ONDIER SYSTEM)

The ARTS feature uses DeS signaling to inform both parties when you and another ARTSequipped station are within communications range. This may be particularly useful during Search-and Rescue situations, where is important to stay in contact with other members of your group,

Both stat io .n "s--- mu st 'S'" e'- t up- , th"" eir D'·-·'·,C.···, 'S""-'- cod cs t· ':0·-"', the same cod e': ni um rr ber th en activat e-·' t h eir

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ARTS feature using the command appropriate for their radio. Alert ringers may be activated. if desired.

Whenever you push the PTT, or every 25 (or 15) seconds ,U a . after ARTS is activated, your radio will transmit a signal

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opposed to the out of range display '·OUTR.A~GE" in U a which ARTS operation begins.

Whether you talk or not, the polling every 15 or 25 sec- . onds will continue until you de-activate A.RTS. Every I 0

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minutes, moreover, you can have your radio transmit your callsign via CW, so as to comply with id cnt ification requir e men t's,·~· W'··-"-- 'hen AL R,·,·:'T· ··,S>.·.··· l~S·~··· de-ac :t-, ivated 'D'C""-S:, wi 1'1- a"]' s 0''-'-, b e dcact llli:, _

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vated (if you were not using it previouslyin non-ARTS operation).

If you move out of range for more than one minute (four pollings), your radio will sense th a-···t,' n:' 'O'~ s ignal ha s be .en r ec e ive d ..• , t.h-·: ree b',-'.-]·e-"e·-_'·p".·s.-... w,:-',,:'-1i'11: S:-":O",UI nd •. ~. a n d t-h: e d isplay W,,'··,' ill r e vert to

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"OUT RANGE." If you move back into range, your radio will again beep; and the display

will change back to the "IN RANGE" indication.

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ARTS (AUTOMATIC RAN'GIE TRANSPONDER SYSTEM) .

During ARTS operation, your operating frequency will continue to be displayed, but no changes may be made to it or other settings; you must terminate ARTS in order to resume normal operation. This is a safety feature designed to prevent accidental loss of contact due to channel change, etc.

Here is how to activate ARTS,::

Basic ARTS Setup and Operation

CD Set your radio and the other radiots) to the same Des code number, per the discussion on page 27 ~

Q) Press and hold in the [BAND(SET)AR] key for one second. You will observe the "OUT RANGE" display on the LC.D below the operating frequency. ARTS operation ha S-·· Il ·O··--·W,:· IC"-",o'-"-'rnm' .... - ... - enced

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@ Every 25 seconds, your radio will transmit a "polling" call to the other station. When that station responds W·' ith 1·lIt··S··· ow .. -n A'··R:T! S·····J polling signal the display will chang .... 1e· to

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"IN R.ANGE" to confrrm that the other station's polling code; was received in response to yours,

® Press the [BANO{SET}AR]: key again for one second to exit ARTS operation and

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resume normar n nctionm .. gl 10'-- t .. e transceiver.

. 1 ... ARTS won't work if you have used the Lockfeature to disable the PTT!

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ARTS Polling Time Options

The ARTS feature may be programmed to poll every 25 seconds (default value) or 15 seconds. The default value provides maximum battery conservation, because the polling signal is sent out lliess frequently. To change the polling interval:

CD Press the [FJW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key, to enter the Set mode. @ Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #19 ("ARTS ITVL"J.

Q) Press the [BANID(S.ET)AR] key to enable changing of this Menu item. @) Rotate the D1AIL to select the desired polling interval (15 or 25 seconds).

~ When you have made your selection" press the P'TT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

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ARTS (AUTOMATliC RANGE TRANSPONDER SYSTEM)

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ARTS Alert Beep Options

The ARTS feature allows two kinds of alert beeps (with the additional option of turning them oft), so as to alert you to the current status of ARTS operation. Depending on your location and the potential annoyance associated with frequent beeps, you may choose the Beep mod e we- vhich be st suits your -:. ne eds The choice s a re:

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IN RANGE: The beeps are issued only when the radio first confirms that you are within range, but does not re-confirm with beeps thereafter ..

ALL: Every time a polling transmission is received from the other station, the alert beeps will be heard.

OIFF: No alert beeps will be heard; you must look at the display to confirm current A,RTS, status.

To set the ARTS Beep mode, use the following procedure:

,CD'-- .• _l_·····.-·. Pre S'~····s~· th e ['F-'/W"',,-' ",]i 'k·-e·'·c"y.-:" th en press the [iB",'A"'_-- N\! :D-.··-.,(· ... S-E~~IT··)··A.·~· R------·:·]: key to enter the Set mode

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Q) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #18 ("ARTS BEEP").

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable changing of this Menu item. l.~,4n.:., __ ".. Ro-: •. ta tc tho ···e·.···· :-D-II-A··.~···L-- ~ to s:·,·e, .. .lec .. ·.t· - th le desired A:····_-,·.R···.··· ... T··S·-, B-,·e1e· •. ··.·,p··· .. · m·,;o ..• .d ,e' (: ·s.····I.le··-~e- a···. b ~·o,.v·· .. ·:e·.:.··)·l

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® When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation .

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ART'S (AUTOMATIC RANG:E TRANSPONDER SYSTEM)

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CW Identifier Setup

The ARTS feature includes a CW identifier, as discussed previously. Every ten minutes during ARTS operation, the radio can be instructed to send "DE (your callsign) K" if this feature is enabled. The callsign field may contain up t08 characters.

Here's how to program the CW Identifier:

CD Press the [FJW] key, then press the [BAND(S~T)ARJ key, to enter the Set mode. @ Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #33 C'CW ID") ..

® Press the [BANID(S·E,T)AR] key to enable changing of this Menu item. @) Rotate the DIAL to set the CW ID function ON.

~ Press the [BAND(S·ET)AR] key once more to begin entry of the letters and numbers in your callsign.

® Rotate the DIAL to select the first letter or number in your callsign. When the correct character has been selected, press the [BANO(SET)AR] key to move on to the next character.

(J) Repeat step ® as many times as necessary to complete your callsign, pressing [BANO(SET)AR] between each entry, Note that the "slant bar" (- • • - .) is among the available characters, should you be a "portable' station.

® To check the programming, before you exit, press the [F/W] key momentarily. You will hear the CW Identification message as you have programmed it

® When you have entered your entire callsign, press the PTT key to save the settings and

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Note that the "'D.E" (,_ .•• • ).pr.ec:eding your ca lis ign is already programmed; you only need to program your callsign, and tlte t'Dli" will be appended at the time of transmission.

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o Five Memory Groups, labeled "MG1 ii, through "MG5;;. Each Memory Group can be assigned 24 channels from the "standard" memory channel bank.

MEMORY STORAGE

Q) Select the desired frequency, while operating in the VFO mode. Be sure to set up any

des rrl~' ed C T c ~ :s~,s':~'· O"'T'::' D"I.C:C- S 't~1 ones a'···"'s"·· W·: 'cl a s any r d esired rep ea . ter 0" ffs e" .. t The po iw 'er level

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m ay a' lso be 's·e·t at this time if you wish to store it

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CD Press and hold the [FIW]I key for one second.

® Within five seconds of releasing the [FIW} key, rotate the D_AL to select the desired

mem nory c:':~h" ann '.~ nel The microp rroce s ··s .... sor 'w··:;·I!I'I·' au . tomatically selec t the n ext-availabl 'e' "free'

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channel (a memory register on which no data has been stored). If you see an Asterisk

(*) by any channel number, it means that the channel currently has no data written on it (i.e. the channel is "free") ..

@ Press the [FIW] key once more to store the frequency into memory.

['5' You still will be operating .. in th e'·" . ,·"V·····'F·Q<:·" mode s 0··· .. "· 'Y:"'O"":U'; may now e", mt er other frequ en-

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cies, and store them into additional memory locations, by repeating the above process.

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STORING INDEPENDENT TRANSMIT FREQUENCIES. ("000 SPLITS")

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AI')'''' ., d d 'i! fr Co..;. I h :1 memones can store an in tependent transmit: requency, lor' operation on repeaters WIt"".

no m-stan idard s···',h' ift To d 0,'" this:

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<D Store the receive frequency using the method already described under MEMORY STORAGE (it doesn't matter if a repeater offset is active).

a> Turn to the desired transmit frequency, then press and hold the [FIW] key for one second.

® With in five seconds of releasing the [FIW] key, rotate the DIAL to select the same memory channel number as used in step Q) above.

@ Press and hold the PTT switch then press the [FIW) key once more momentarily (this does not key the transmitter).

'1.17.". en r · •• e·:v' -eryou recall a memory .,' which conta Ins indep rend .ently =stored trans-

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mit and receivefrequencies, the "l + II -I" indication will appear in tile dis-

play.

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MEMORY _RECAL

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CD While operating in the VFO mode, press the [MR(SKP)SC] key. The '"MR" indicator

will show that you are now in the Memory Recall mode.

~ Rotate the DIAL to select the desired channel.

@ To return to the VFO mode, press the [VFO(OW)SC] key.

T~l FIlQ MG iDS,P' SKiP SiC

For example, to recall memory channel #14, press CD"" [4]"" (MR) •

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bands) to allow quick recall of a favorite operating frequency on each band. Memory storage is simple to accomplish:

CD Set Menu Item #24 ("HOME/REV") to "HOME" if it is not already set to that option (see page 65).

CV Select the desired frequency, while operating in the VFO' mode. Be sure to set up any desired CTCSS or Des tones, as well as any desired repeater offset. The power level may also be set at this time, if you like.

Q) Press and hold the [F /W] key for one second.

@ While the memory channel number is blinking, just press the [HM/RV(EMG)) keyThe frequency and other data (if any) win now be stored in the special HOME channel register,

@,· .• ,-·.4.·"_··'·~.·._'·.:... 'YI,",O"'-""'UI m"- ay repe a r this proc e S·-:S·'-·: 0':- 01 e:':a'- ch of 'to he 0-' t her "'V"·.-,,.-,"F-[Q<I" b an ds

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~ To recall the HOME channel, press the (HM/RV(EMG)] key momentarily while oper-

atin [a in the V"-'-""F, .IO.····~·',': or M::'," R'·'. mode The HO" ···'M'/:~E-~-.· chann cl corresponding to ,t-:-h':'e·. fre .. .qu en c-y,,·:

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. range on which you are currently operating will automatically be selected (i.e, if you are operating on a memory channel in the Aviation band, the "Aviation Band Home Chann el ", will be selected).

, 1,/ Note thut the UHF HOME channel is the one used during "Emergency" ~- operation. Seep, _ oage ,37Lfor details regarding thisfeature.

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LA.BELING MEMO'RIES

You may wish to append an alpha-numeric "Tag" (label) to a memory or memories, to aid in recollection of the channel's use (such as a club name, etc .. ). This is easily accomplished using the Set mode.

(1\ Recall the memory c .. ch a .. mnel o ... m wh ic •. .h y.:, :QI.,u: wish 'to append a label.

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CI> Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key, to enter the Menu mode ..

~

® Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #03 ("NAME SET").

@ Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily to enable programming of the name tag. ® Rotate the DIAl, to select the first digit of the desired label. When you have made your

selection, press the [BAN'D(SET)AR] key momentarily to move to the next character. ® Repeat the previous step to program the remaining letters, numbers, or symbols of the desired label. A total of eight characters may be used in the creation ofa label.

(J) When you have completed the creation of the label, press the PTT key to save the label and exit.

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urmg [ .. ~._IR" (Memory Reca .. < operation, press anc IQI .o In. n e i ,~/..,:,.'.' ,M,_"':: cey lor one

second to activate the alphanumeric Tag. Repeatedly pressing and holding in this key will toggle operation between "Frequency only" display and "Frequency + Tag" display.

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MEMORY'FFSET TUNING

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Q) With the VX ... 5R in the "'MR" (Memory Recall) mode, select the desired memory channel,

~ Now press the [MR(SKP)SC] key momentarily. The "MR1' indicator will be replaced by 'o·.I'"n· e.· wh ich sa y. ·S···' ""M·-·.'··: T"" (. "Mem . 0"': ry Tu ning .. '!:!')r. ...

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(Ii Rotate the DIAL, as desired, to tune to a new frequency .. The synthesizer steps selected for VFO operation on the current band win be the steps used during Memory Tuning. @) If yon wish to return to the original memory frequency, press the [MR(SKP)SC] key rno nnent a rily T: 'he ""M~: '--'T~-: --,~: indic .ator w ]'"'1']' be r ep rlac ed by "M········· ::R'-- ...• '"

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(~) I f you wish to store a new frequency set during Memory Tuning, just press and hold in

the [FIW] key for one second, per normalmemory storage procedure. The microprocessor will automatically set itself to the next-available clear memory location, and you then press [FIW] again to lock in the new frequency.

If you want to replace tile original memory contents with' those of tire newfrequency, be sure to rotate tile DI.AL to tile original memory channel number! Any required CTCSSIDCS changes.or repeater offset modifications, must be

d b J'~' • 1 ,I Jii! - l I iii ill 1'1 I 11-' '!iii

one oejore storing tne data into tne new tor ongtnat) memory' cnannet tocation.

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MASKING MEMORIIES

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There may be situations where you want to "Mask" memories so they are not visible during memory selection or scanning. For example, several memories used only in a city you visit infrequently may be stored; then "Masked" until you visit that city, at which time you can "Unmask' them for normal use.

<D Press the [MR(SKP)SC] key, if needed, to enter the MR mode.

(2) Press and hold in the [F/W] key for one second, then rotate the DIAL to select the .~.~ .~ m-~ .. ~ ry' '. '.~ h a" ~~ nel to b e '''M' .as ked ,;~, fr "-·0·· .. · m'" view

me _: i ,0,' C, :,: nn:' , i! ,_, ' I.~, •. , './ 1'[ .... ; ~ ,.':' . ~ . ~ I ~ ",:' hl" t,

(5\3~~-', Press th c i :1 M' ,R-·:([S····: K'P):'.S--·C-'] kev The displa Y""'_' will rc vert to m em O·'·~ ry channe 1 #. 1 ~ =1['-" y ... :._. ,O""'.'·U' [

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rotate the DIAL to the location you just "Masked," you will observe that it is now invisible.

® To Unmask the hidden memory, repeat the above procedure: press and hold in the ![FIW] key for one second, rotate the DI.AL to select the masked memory's number, then press [MR(SKP)SC] to restore the memory channel's data.

Watch out! You can manually store data over a "Masked" memory, deleting previous data, if you're not careful Use the "next available memory" technique (look for the ~ * ~ icon) storage technique to avoid over-writing a masked memory.

Memory Group Assignmlent

CD Recall the memory channel to be assigned to a Memory Group,

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en Press and hold the [FIW] key for one second, then press the numbered key ([1] ~ [5])

you want as the Memory Group for this channel.

Q) Now memory channel data is copied into the Memory Group-

Rotate the IDII,AL knob to select the desired Memory i Group ("MG1 '1 -- ~'MG5n).

® Press the [MR(SKP)SC] key momentarily to lock in

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nel in the current memory group only (up to 24 channels).

(§) To exit the Memory 'Group, press [VFO(OW)SC] then [MR(SKP)SC] to return to the

(non grouped) M·· .: ern'" 0····'1)1'·· ' mode

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The VX ... 5R allows you to scan just the memory channels, the entire operating band, or a

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Scanning operation is basically the same in each of the above modes. Before you begin,

take .'-' "'.,' _-' ment to (I." -]-.--.-_. t th .-. ' .. - ·'1' .•.. which "'1': .. vould l-·"k'·--,·'····· the ._-.:."- -'_.- t- .~,."c-:-:-.- ,- ..... .s:;»

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JJ:¥.,5R' O.PERA,T/:N·G MANUA.L

Setting the Scan. Resume Technique

Three options for the Scan-Resume mode are available:

5 SEC: In this mode, the scanner will halt on a signal it encounters, and will hold there for 5 seconds. If you do not take action to disable the scanner within that time p "'-e' riod t--'h-'" e sea nn ner W-i~1 resu me e .ven 1""['- th e s t ation s ar-e'-" still a:' ctiv ··e··

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BUSY.: In this mode, the scanner will halt on a signal it encounters. Two seconds after the carrier has dropped because the other station( s ) ceased transmission, the scanner will resume. In the case of constant-carrier signals, like Weather Station broadcasts, the scanner will likely remain on this frequency indefinitely.

HOLD: In this mode, the scanner will halt on a signal it encounters. It will not restart . . automatically; you must manually re-initiate scanning if you wish to resume.

TOl set the Scan-Resume mode

CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BANO(SET}AR] key, to enter the Set mode. Q) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #12 ("RESUME").

@ Press the [BAN.D(SET)AR] key to enable changing of this Menu item. @ Rotate the DIAL to select the desired scan-resume mode.

(3) When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to norma) operation.

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VFO SCANNIING

This mode allows you to scan the entire current operating band.

Q) Select the VFO mode by pressing the [VFO(DW)SC] key, if necessary.

Q)l Press and hold in the [VFO(DW)SC] key for one second to start scanning.

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anc W,' en :, e scanner encoun ers a sign .. ar S !. ong enoug to open e squeicn me

scanner will halt temporarily; the decimal point of the frequency display will blink

during this "Pause' condition.

® The scanner will then resume according to the Scan Resume selected in the previous section.

~ To cancel scanning, press the IPTT, [MR(SKP)SC], or [VFO(DW)SC] key.

,,'/ When you press the [VFO(OW)SC] key to start scanning, the VX-5R will be -~:_ changingfrequency in the upward direction. If you want to change direction

.;Q, .. .1' h- h iII/- iii iii d~' I O'IAL L .. k i h '"

./ ,-;,,:<~';- 0J'- the scan wnue It IS una erway, rotate tne - ,~-' .one ctic. In tne opposite

direction (in this case, one click counter-clockwise). YO'u ''II' sle'e' the scanner turn around' and change frequency downward!

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E,MORY ... · ... :<,IC·ANIN:,liNG

Memory scanning is similarly easy to initiate:

CD Set the radio to the Memory mode by pressing the [MR(SKP)SC] key, if necessary. Q) Press and! hold in the [MR(SKP)SC] key for one second to initiate scanning.

a) As with VFO scanning, the scanner will halt on any signal encountered that is strong e ··.n~·; ,Q:UI eh to open th e sq .. 'IUI-- elc····· hi ji it -W='~'I" ~l th e n:i r e···· sum ·e· sc a u m ring a C"_' cord ing t·~.o·., tho e 'S- c a n-R ,e:-·_'·,iII!'!

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sume mode set previously,

® To cancel scanning; press the IPTT, UUIR(SKP)SC], or [VFO(OW)SC]i key.

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Scanning

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How TO SKIP (OMIT) A CHANNEL DURING MEMORY SCAN OPERATION

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s mentione p irevious y~/ some continuous-earner stations :I~: e a wear ier . roa least sta-

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tion will seriously impede scanner operation if you are using the "Carrier Drop" ScanResume mode, as the incoming signal win not pause long enough for the transceiver to resume scanning Such channels may be "Skip' 'p., red' durina scanning ifyou like:

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CD Set the radio to the Memory Mode by pressing the [MR(SKP)SC] key, ifnecessary. en Rotate the DIAL to select the Memory Channel to be skipped during scanning.

® Press the [FIW] key momentarily (not for one second), then press the [MR(SKP)SC] key (momentarily). A small " .... " icon will appear to the left of the memorized frequency, indicating it is to be ignored during scanning.

To re-institute the channel into the scanning loop, repeat the above three steps (the "skipped" channel will, of course, still be accessible via manual channel selection methods using the DIAL in the M.R mode).

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PREFERE-TIAL MEMORY SeA .

The VX-5R also allows you to set up a "Preferential Scan List" of channels which you can "flag" within the memory system. These channels are designated by a ")l" icon when you have selected them, one by one, for the Preferential Scan List. When you initiate memory scanning on a channel with the "jJ" icon appended, only those channels bearing the "j)" icon will be scanned. If you initiate scanning on a channel which does not have the Hi" icon appended, you will scan all channels including those with the "J>" icon appended.

Here is tbe procedure for setting up and usig the Preferential Scan List:

Q) Press the [MR{SKP)SC] key momentarily to enter the Memory Recall mode, if you are not usingmemories already,

Q) Rotate the DIAL to select the channel which you wish to add to the Preferential Scan List. (J) Press the [FIW] key, then press the [MR(SKP)SC] key. The " .... " icon will appear beside the channel number. Now press the [FIW] key, then press the [MR(SKP)SC] key agair. The ~' ... " icon will be replaced by the ")" icon, indicating t 1at the channel is n.O·'A! in the Preferential Scan List.

To initiate Preferential Memory Scan:

CD Press the [MR(SKP)SC] key momentarily to enter the Memory Recall mode, if you are not using memories already.

(£) Rotate the DIAL to select any channel which has an -,),~ icon appended to the channel number,

cr> Press and hold in the [MR(SKP)SC] key for one second to initiate Preferential Memory Scanning. Only the channels which have an "j>') icon appended to the channel number will be scanned,

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PROGRAMMABLE (BAND LIMIJ MEMORY SCAN (PMS)

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This feat ure allows you t"O:"'1 se ·t·· sub -ba nd limits fo r eithe r scann ing or man U;' a'-): V:':F: ··.-0····· ", opera ._.

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tion. For example, you might wish to set up a limit (in North America) of 144.300 MHz to

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th e·':' band below 14:···4{-.3··~.·,O:,O····': M·,'Hi ·IZ· .... H:; e·.···r:· .. e's ho W'··:··· to do t'h::: is:

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CD Set the radio to the VFO mode by pressing the [VF·O{DW)scl key, ifnecessary.

(?) Using the techniques learned earlier, store (per the above example) 144.300 MHz into Memory Channel #L 1 (the "L" designates the Lower sub-band limit).

@ Likewise, store 148.000 MHz into Memory Channel #U 1 (the "U" designates the Upper sub-band limit).

@ Switch to the Memory mode by pressing the [MR(SKP)SCJ key once, then rotate the DIAL to select Memory Channel # L 1 .

fC\ P'r'e"'C:'S:S'~ th e ['M:: R[:·'(··:S-:K·······p·:')···S-·:C·,]:' key; the "'M'~'·'~R~-:;'" label will be replaced by '['P"'M"'~S-:"" in the

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upper left-hand corner of the display.

® You may now rotate the DIAL, or begin scanning by pressing the [VFO(OW)SC] key for one second. The transceiver will behave as though it is in the standard VFO mode, but operation w'liII:IJ be restricted to t'h';, e': rang e' be .. tw "e"'e'e'n"" M e' rn tory C' .h .. tann .. els :L' 1" a··'n·· d U1"['

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, 'l /.'" If you .... wish to scan t, do not press the [--·M·,··.···,R··('·:S:--,K··:·P·· .. ·),·IS'.· · .. ,iC.· •• ,] key, .... as .,·t·.·· L:-"S"~ disabled

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:'.~_ during PMS opera~ion. Press and "old in the [VFO(OW)SC] key instead.

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(j) Ten pairs of Band Limit memories, labeled L 1 /U 1 through L 1 DIU 1 a are available.

You therefore can set upper and lower operation limits on a number of bands, if you like.

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"'PRIORITY CHANNEL" SCANINING(DuAL WATCH)

The VX .. SR's scanning features include a two-channel scanning capability which allows you to operate on a VFO' or Memory channel; while periodically checking Memory Channel 01 for activity. If a station is received on Mem.ory Channel 0 1 which is strong enough to open the Squelch, the scanner will pause on th.at station in accordance with the ScanResum ,e······ mod e set "Y,· .. -ia M,_.·,-,·,··'- e-'::n" u ,# .. ",12···· (sc 'e':' pa ge ,6,· .. ·3:'):'··-

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Here is the procedure for activating Priority Channel Dual Watch operation:

CD Store the frequency you wish to be the "Priority" Channel into memory location #0 1. (bl Now set the VX ... SR for operation on another memory channel, or on a VFO frequency.

U) Press the [FIW] key, then press the [VFO(DW)SC] key (momentarily) .. The display will remain on the VFO or memory channel selected, but every four seconds the VX ... 5R will check the Priority Channel (now labeled 1 P) for activity.

Here is the procedure 'for activating Two-VF'ODual Watch operatlon:

CD Press the [VIFO(DW)SC] key to switch to the VFO mode, ifneeded. @ Press the [FIW] key, then press and hold in the [VFO(DW)SC] key.

TheVX .. 5R will now periodically change from the VFO'-A frequency to the VFO-B

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equency, cneckmg lor ac ivuy on v ,'_',,-,- ror i I"'-~ second.

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AUTO'MATIC LAMP ILLUMINATION ON ·S,CANI STOP

The VX ... SR will automatically illuminate the LCD Lamp whenever the scanner stops on a signal; th tis allows yo'u-- 'to' see' '. th 'e' '-fr'~'~ eq'" roe' "n' cy- 0-'["- 't'-h-" - .' - .- .~, --.,~'~ 'g' ~ ignal b ~ tt:· .. ~, -' at . _. eht N'I ·t '. th .' t-

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this will, of course; increasethe battery consumption, so be sure to switch it off during the day (the default condition for this feature is "ONl').

The.procedure for disabling the Scan Lamp is:

<D Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAIND(SET)AR] key, to enter the Set mode. @ Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #13 ("SCAN LAMP").

® Press the [BAiND(SET}AR] key to enable changing of this Menu item ..

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(i) When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

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The VX-5R will automatically "beep" when a band edge is encountered during scanning (either in standard VFO scanning or during PMS operation), You may disable this feature, if it is annoying, without disabling the keypad beeper (the default condition for this feature

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The procedure for disabling the Band-Edge Beeper is:

Q) Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BANO(SET}AR] key, to enter the Set mode. Q) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #21 ("EDGE BEEP").

@ Press the [BAND(S.ET)AR] key to enable changing of this Menu item. (.1) Rotate the DIAL to set this Menu item to OFF. .

~ When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

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!- e Smart S earcr feature a :jOW'S you to loa rrequencies automatical y accon tng tOI where

activity is encountered 'b·y·::" your r,adio. When Smart Search is engaged, the transceiver will

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searc a:" ove and ····e !O:W' your current .. equency stonns active frequencies as It zoes (with .'

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[out stopping on them even momentarily); these frequencies are stored into a special Smart

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low the current frequency, plus the current frequency itself).

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SINGLE Sweep: In this mode, the transceiver will sweep the current band once in .. .:. ·h d·II,~.-. cti .... tartine .~.- th .... - .... ···-·····t·· freou '.' , A····ll·:h· ,.-.' I . he .... eacn orrccuon sta tmg on me currem rrequency '<. C ianneis were"

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activity IS present WI . be oa,_~. e Into the Smart Scare ;-". memories:

whether or not all 3 I memories are filled, the search will stop after

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one sweep m cac .--:' .. irecnon.

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first sweep, however, the radio will continue sweeping until they are all filled

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.ress I 'e [ ,'~ .. _.·: .. ey, t !:en press t:l, e i::.· "../ _. . t rr- .. ··.ey, to enter t .e Set m'Q .'.:et,

~ R:'[ .. tate ti···h . :D:': 'I:A··,"L to select M"" ':~,'- .- ·#'_·'3··5:-·~ ("""'S:-,M-"" -'R:·:T- 'S-':IR[C"~"H"")'

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Q) Press the [BAND(SET)ARJ key to enable changing of this Menu item.

@) Rotate the DIAL to select the desired Smart Search mode (see above).

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@ As active channels are detected, you will observe the number of "loaded" channels

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ress an, ::'0' r In the . ".'.i<ey: lor one second then press the i._': _····ey·:

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Press the [VFO(DW)SC] key to begin the Smart Search scanning.

increasing in the re gu l·ar·:-·;'· m·:···· emory c·:··h: a n n .el window

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(2) Depending on the mode you set for Smart Search operation (SINGLE or CONTINUE),

the Sm,art Search, s[c[an will eveJltually te'rmin.ate" [a,nd. the LCD wil.l :revert to S:ma,rt Selarch. M·em.ory ·Channe·) 0 1 ~

@ To recall Smart Search memories, rotate the DIAL to choose from among the Smart

Se,a.rch. me'm,ofi-esi'

(j) To return to nonnal operation, Press the [FJW] key, then the LAMP key.

Smart Search is a great tool wilen visiting a city for tile first time. You don 'I need to spend hours looking up repeater frequencies from a reference guide-

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The Spectrum Analyzer (Spectra-Scope™) allows viewing operating activity on channels above or below the current operating channel in the VFO mode.

The display indicates the relative signal strength on channels immediately adjacent to the current operating frequency.

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T\.\1·O basic operating modes for Spectrum Analyzer (' Spectra-Scope-") are available:

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SI~N" -G' 'L- E" s:··· =~ .~. '- his - de th t····· ..• ~ . - - .. -., th ·t··-· band .

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CONTINUE: In this mode, the transceiver sweeps the current band repeatedly until the Spectrum Analyzer (Spectra-Scope™) is turned off.

Setting the Spectrum Analyzer (Spectra-Scope TM)mode

CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key, to enter the SET mode. Q) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #34 ("SPEC-ANAL").

@ Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enable changing of this Menu item.

@, Rotate the DIAL to select the desired Spectrum Analyzer (Spectra-Scope™) mode (.see above).

~ When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

Wh,edn th/e spech1trum lAnalyz~r (Sd,~ectra-scopeTThlA) is. a.cb~tli- 'Ii SPCT433. 5S0

vate , eeven cnanne s are viewec per sweep. " rc vrsime i SNGL " '"

bandwidth, however, depends on the selected channel step " ;1 _

size, so match the default channel steps with the amateur -

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CD Set the radio to the VFO mode in the desired band. .

l"2' Press the ['FIW] key '.' momentarily then press the LAMP key

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To tum the Spectrum Analyzer (Spectra-Scope™) off and operate on the centered! (and

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The optional Barometric Pressure unit (SU-1) brings to the VX-5R the unique capability of providing readout of the current barometric pressure. This information is then used for calculation of your current altitude, when hiking, etc ..

The Barometric Pressure unit requires calibration of the "offset" parameters, so that differences in pressure can be used to calculate altitude. This procedure requires that you have a calibrated barometer, and that you know your ,current altitude. If you are at sea level, of c O··'Uf.· rsc the ], l a "tt:: rer parameter r e,qru .. ires no resear rch .

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Correcting! the Atmospheric Pressure !Meter(Barometer Offset,) CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the :[BAND(S.ET)AR] key to enter the Set Mode.

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(J) Turn the DIAl, to set the difference (value) between the VX ... SR display and the cali-

brated barometer display .. For example, if the VX-5R display shows" 1 024 hpa' and ca libra ted bar om icter in di c a 1 t·· 'e··· ··s· "1· 0[2·· .. 9-·· hpa", s .. iet the Bar .. 'co,--:,m·:~le:~te·-··'r:·I·· o .. rffs e t t;IO' ',1'+ 5'~'

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® Press the PTT key momentarily to save the your new setting and exit to normal operation,

Use tile chart on tile nextpage to convertfrom "hpa" to "Inches of Mercury" if your barometer does not read metric values.

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Correcting the Altlmeter Settinq (Altimlet,er Offset)

CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the SET Mode. @ Rotate the DIIAL to select Menu Item #44 ("AL T~ OFST"), then press the

[BAN'O(SET)AR] key momentarily.

® Turn the DIAL to set the difference (value) between the VX-5R's currently-displayed va1ue and current location's altitude. For example, if the VX-5R display indicates "2m" while you actually are; at sea level, set the Altimeter offset to "- 2" ill this step. You can set the ALTI OFST at any place (other than sea level) if you know the true altitude at you current location.

ffi.· •. 4 . .:-.:·.·'· Press the p': ']TT,: k ey momentar rily to save the Y···'CO··I'·"UI 'r··'· new s ottine a'n'·· d e~ xit t··'o:··, normal 0'" 'P era-

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Once you have completed the above calibration, you can confirm the current Barometric

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How to Mle,·a .. sure the Barometric Pressure Press and hold in the [8(BRO H key to display the current Barometric Pressure. The pressure in millibars will be displayed below the frequency. If you leave the display in

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t . IS m,'Q, re, a oar grap ," WI.,~ be create ;1" over time, to, mil-

cate relative changes in the pressure (two bars per hours) ..

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were operating WIth the Main VFO field enlarged, press 4MG.DSP key mstead.

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The VX-5R's display includes several unique customization options which can expand your enjoyment of your transceiver.

The display's alphanumeric labels can be replaced by pictorial icons, which may be easier to remember during operation.

To activate the ICON mode, press and hold in the [5(AP)ICO] key for one second. The display will change to incorporate the default icons, as stored in the microprocessor's firmware,

You can also modify the Icon which represents a particular operating function.

IC':-' O' '. N~ S" I . ·Ii·

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CD Press the [FIW] key; then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to enter the SET Mode .. @; Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #4 ("ICON"), then press the [BAND(SET)AR]

key momentarily.

@ Turn the DIAL to select the desired band or mode 'On which you wish to utilize an Icon, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key m.omentarilv ..

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® Tum the DIAL to select the desired Icon to be

displayed in place of the regular indicator. ~ Press the PTT key momentarily to save the your .new setting and exit to normal operation.

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<V Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #42 ("MTR SYMB").

(J) Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily to enable modification of this Menu

item.

@) Rotate the D:lAL to select from among the available symbols: », , , =, .... , -, CHR'.

G) If you select the "CHR" (Character), press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to begin entry of the character (letters and numbers) in the "bar graph".

@Rotate the DIAL to select the character in the first digit, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to move to the next digit

(J:) Repeat previous step as necessary to complete, pressing the [BAND(SET)AR] key after each entry.

® When you have made your choice, press the P'TT key to save your selection and exit to normal operation.

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POWER-'OFF DISPLAY MODE

When the VX-5R is turned off, the LCD may be set up to display one or more environmen-

-- J - T---h I' 11 d barometri "} I~ d b:

ta measurements.These InCJLu::e temperaturc barometnc pressure, a trtur e or C om , ~ ina-

tions of th .. ese.

CD Press the [,FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR1 key to activate the Set mode. (l) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #45 (,"'DISP MODE').

@ Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily to enable modification of this Menu it e' m--:- -

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@ Rotate the DIAL to select the new setting. The options include

NONE: No display when the transceiver is off.

TEMP: Display of temperature when the transceiver is off.

BA.RO: Display of barometric pressure when the transceiver is off. (requires optional SU-1). A bar graph will indicate relative changes in the pressure (two bars per hour).

AL TI: Display of the current altitude when the transceiver is off.

(requires optional SU-1)

TEMP + BARD: Display of temperature plus barometric pressure.

TEMP + ALTli: Display of temperature plus altitude.

ALL: Display of temperature plus barometric pressure plus altitude.

~ When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

, J / If any of the above settings is enabled (i.e. any setting except "NONE',), cur~_ Tent drain with the VX-5.R. turned off will be about 20 mAo We recommend ;-Q:, thut the Power-Off Display Mode be set to "NONE" ifyou plan to be away from the radiofor an extendedperiod oftime.

DISPLAY CONTRAST

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CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key to activate the Set mode . . (2) Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #4 <I ("CONTRAST").

(~) Press the [BANiD(SET)AR] key momentarily to enable modification of this Menu item.

@) Rotate the DIAL to adjust the contrast. As you make the adjustment, you will be able to see the effects of your changes.

~ When you have completed the adjustment, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. .

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MICROPROCESSOR RESETTING

CD Tum the radio off.

@ Press and hold the [4(MG)DSP], [MR(SKP)SC], and [VFO(DW)SC] key while turning the radio on.

® Press the [FIW) key momentarily to initialize the radio.

CD Tum the radio off.

'(l) Press and hold the [MR(SKP)SC] and [VFO(DW)SC] key while turning the radio on.

® Press the [FIW]I key momentarily to initialize the Set mode.

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The V.X--5R. includes a convenient "Clone" feature, which allows the memory and configuration data from one transceiver to be transferred to another VX-5R. This can be particularly useful when configuring a number of transceivers for a public service operation. Here is the procedure for Cloning one radio's data to another:

CD Turn both radios off.

Q) Connect the optional CT -27 cloning cable between the MIC/EAR jacks of the two

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order of the switch-on does not matter). "CLON:E~' will appear on the displays of both ra .. · d ]~O,I"S:~ wh en th ·e' C,', .lon e' mod e 1';',S:, 'S'U--,'C", c ..• essfu .. lly ac tivatc •. ··d.···.: in this st "e',"p':

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~ ~nthe~~t~at~n radio, press the [~~(S~p)S.~] ~~~~~~,~,'-;~','~~ '~~~

key ("CLONE WAIT~'will appear on the LCD).

~ Press the {VFO(OW)SC] key on the Source radio; · CLONE WA I T

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"CLONE TX" will appear on the Source radio, and I

the data is transferred,

~ If there is a problem during the cioningprocess, ~"~~~'~'~'~'~~~"~""~~"~~'~"'~~~"~~~~~~

"CLONE ERROR" will be displayed. Check your

cable connections and battery voltage, and try again. i CLONE TX

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dio W" "1·'11 return to n'~ 'O'~' rma I opera ition: the S·~'o'" -urce rad 1~'O'

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will still be in the clone mode.with '~CLONE TX" still displayed .. Turn both radios off and disconnect the CT -27'. You can then turn the radios back on, and begin normal

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The VX-SR Set (Menu) mode is easy to activate and set. Use the following procedure:

CD Press the [FIW] key, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key, to activate the Set mode. (Z) Turn the DIAL to select the Menu item number to be adjusted.

® Press the [BAN[)(SET)AR] key momentarily, then rotate the DIAL to adjust or select the parameter to be changed on the Menu item selected in above step.

@) After completing your selection and adjustment, press the PTT switch momentarily to exit the Set mode and exit to normal operation.

SetMode Summary

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VFO STIEP Setting of 1t1e synthesizer steps

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Sal TYPE Se'led the Tone iEncoder and/or Decoder mode

OFF/TONE/TONIE SQiUDCS

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Set Item 1

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Function: Set the Squelch thr --'e"-:ls~hl-O",-ld, level for the A--:"M"',,··~ and F'M::'······ Narrow r m odes

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Function: Set the Squelch threshold level for the FM-Wide mode. Available '''a',-,Iu, .cs: [,O--I'~ is

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Default: 0,2

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CD Recall the memory channel to be named.

@ Recall Menu Item 3, then press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily.

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Turn the DIAL to select the desired first letter, number, or symbol, then press the [,BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily to save the first Ietter/number/ symbol.

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Repeat the previous step as necessary to complete, pressing the [BANO(SET)AR]

key after eachentry,

Press the PTT key momentarily to save the your new setting and exit to normal operation.

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CD Recall Menu Item 3, then press the [BAIND(SET)AR] key momentarily.

CV Tum the DIAL to select the desired band or mode on which you wish to utilize an Ic on then pres s the ['B'~'[A" N[ D'(·'S·"-E----T' )-"A-" R"-]-: k .ey momentar ily

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@ Turn theDllAL to select the desired Icon to be displayed ill place of the regular indicator,

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Function: Select or disable the VFO Band edge for the current band. Available, Va.lues: ,ALLlBAN'D

Default: B,AN'D'

ALL: When the VFO' frequency reaches the high edge of the current band, the VFO frequency will jump to the low band edge of the next band (or vice versa), BAND: When the VFO frequency reaches the high band edge of the current band, the

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Function: Enable/disable the Automatic Repeater Shift function.

Available Values: ON/OIFF

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Function: Set the Repeater Shift Direction Available Values: ,~RPT/+RPT/SIMP Default: Depends on the transceiver version.

Function: Set the magnitude of the Repeater Shift. Available Values: [0,1,00 ,~ '919~9',5 'MH,z

Default: Depends on the transceiver version, as well as the setting of Menu #06 CARS).

Sa,t ltem 91 [VFOI ,S,PL~T]'

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Function: Enable/disable "VFO Split't Operation Available Values: O:NIOFF

Default: !O'FF

When this feature "ON/' you can operate in a "split" mode between the Main and Sub VFO frequencies (the Main VFO will be used for Rx, while the Sub VFO' will be used for Tx).

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UDlC·l.on .• : ..... D"·a:·· Ie." :lsai' Ie ,,!I.e .... ' ... ·c_'·'· ... 1n_ lea.,.ure.

A· .' '~'I" - b'I' - xz I . I 0:' "'N: '!.-'O·········F-·F,·' v,a..l .' a .. · e".a,_:.ues,,.1 ':.: .. ;-;'

Defa u· It I' '0.: ",p-. F;-~

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When this feature "['ON " the Main and Sub VFO's are "slaved' so that they change frc-

....... I .:.·~I, .'. . . ' .. , '.: "'. ~~',:~. [·.b : •. '.' ' .. :.... .: .. ->. : '_ .. , :. [.... . :C'" ""''_'" ' '.' ' .. ' "',_ .. ' _., '~' .. ' '.:.~ .. '.' ' ..

quo en c y': tog e th er

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Function: Setting of the synthesizer steps. Available Values: 5:/9/1 O/1.2~,5/15/20/2.5·/50/1 00 kl-lz Default: Depends on the transceiver version,

Set Ite'lm; 12' [RESiUME]

Function:' Select the Scan Resume mode. Available Values: ,5 'S:'EC/BUS'Y/HOLD

De#.a··· ult: 5'" 'S-" EC·····

". J t:. ., . f· .. · .•. : ' ,:_: _ '-, .. _

5 SEC.: The' scanner will hold for .5 seconds, then resume 'whether or not the other station is still transmitting.

BUSY: The scanner will hold until the signal disappears, then will resume when the carrier drops.

HQLD: The scanner will stop when a signal is received, and will not restart.

5- . I 1 -. [ -". ]-

le·.c_'t;· .It···e···-'m····:' ' 3-,' is, ··C··A·__,··:N-: :LA . .-· .. ···· .. M .. ::P'· I,.:'

. . ~ . ~. I . .:. ... :-_ "" . .. . .": . '.': . ". -'. .' .1. 1

F '. E b le/di b I' h S:····· I: h "I d

i i _1 " ..... I··.· ~. -~.,~J:' .... ',_ ".: -,[,._:.<-:" .", ":-:_ . ",.", ... - ..... ". _",- .-_" ,_,;,,- ... - .. -.;-. ,'-:.- '~, :~~ .. "'1"-" "-".~' "~':_:":-:J

unction.Ena .. e "IIsa,··e t: I e[can .. am.p W, "1. e paus·e.:.

A" '., *, .. '. bl I'" .,,> , ... ' .' · Q:-"N' -;"0':' "P'-':FI-!

val a .•. · e .a ues: ';;':.'.! ::- :-

Default: ON

S·et Item 14 [RX ,SAVEJ

Function: Select the Receive-mode Battery Saver interval ("sleep" ratio). Available Values: OFF/200mS(l: 1)/300mS(I: 1.5)/500mS(1 :2.5)/ls(1 :5)/2s(1 ~ 10) Default: 20'0mS(1: 1) .

Set Item 1151 [TX ·SAVE]

Function: En .. able/disable The Transmit Battery Saver.

Av-" ae' Jill: Ia I 'bl) e····· Va I: u c "S~~,'~ ·0···· · .. IN·::- 10.···· ......•.. F"': F. _":

. '.'. .,' .'~" .. ~. -.-; ';~ ._".~ ._. . ,iI! _'-., . .... .

Defa u ·It:·.;I' O:-F·~'F' 1

. " .,.,._ i!I!j' '!!I' •

Function: Set the Automatic Power-Offtime.

Av··"··a····II .. I!.3: hle Va lues: 0'·' ·····F::"··F··j:3·:'·Q.'·[·· min/I hour/S hour ·s·:·..,/.:5<\ hours/S hours .

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De 'a:-"IUI It: :O:-· ••. F:·:··F·~··

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I.7V" 5/··ID O··i:P:E·RA·· . T"1"N"" G····:···· M'·;··A·· ""U'A' "'L

".. A~·.:_:·~ ,' "' ,";,: .:-·.·i ' ~ .i"',.'/,.

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Function: Enable/disable the BUSY LED while the Squelch is open.

- u 'bl V: I O' . N/O---'- p'~ p-'

Avai, a 1_: f_a :ue's: ,- •..•. _'::,' .s. ~ "

Default: D'N'

S,at It,e,m 18 [ARTS B,EEP]

... --- -

F, ~ cti ... c--,-.~ ,j IS"",~ )1- ct t-'h-:" ·B'·'··· . -~ _ .... rtic ,'- d ',: ... 0' A-"'- R:··-'T' S--'- ',--. - s- 1- rti ,'.~-

u,n,C:~lo,n,,·,e,:~ec :e: ~ee'p Op':lOln~_Ucrlnb j-_,, __ ,,_Iop,era:lon,.

Av ail able Va Ir.o -_.~ .• , IN··-····-·" RAI,~N-···:··- '0'-" E· IA"-'-, L~W··:~,"'A·'-'·Y"··: 'S·-I-':I-O·-'··IF---F~-·~

,','_ = :_- : -~,-: ,_~, ," ,_: :. . es.. '-, , ... ', ~', -' '- . '-, ,-" .' k . -, "'.- '-.1 . ,,', '- _ - _ : .

Default: IN RAN'GE

IN RANGE: Beeps sound only when the radio first detects that you are within range.

ALWAYS: Beeps sound every time a polling transmission is received from the other station (every 15 or 25 seconds when in range).

No alert beeps sound.

'O··'-'-·F:·F:'~

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Function: Select the Polling Interval during ARTS operation. Available Values: 15 S,EC/25 SEC

Default: 2,5 SE'C

This setting determines how often the other station will be polled during ARTS operation.

Set Item! 201 [KE'Y BEEiP]

Function: Enable/disable the Keypad beeper. Available Values: 'ON/OF.F

D·-'·f' ~._, It'·· to": -'---N'"

, 'e: ,au ,' .. '.

F' ct '10 .,,', .-" ~ E . r= b- 1. ···/d!: .. b ·1 .o- ~. th ,~'. B''-'-·· ,--C', , .d ed 0-' ~." b .'-. - -'. ,:: '. '., hl. ·~1 .. · ./ .. 'i' ,j" 0

unc non: ,n,a'le, oisame .. : e nan -e ge r eeper wnue scanning.

<i'l 'bl ,\7 I ON/O' . ~FF

Avai a· ••• · el",g, u .. es,: '~' .i.· . .

Defa -'. ult: O'--""-F- ·F····

.: ~-- - , _ .. - :', .,: . ~ iI· [ .. ," .,' :._

When this feature "ON ." a beep will sound when the scanner reaches the band edge (during VFO Scanning) or when it reaches Memory channel .( 1" (during Memory Channel Scanning).

Se't It'em! 22: [B1E,LLJ

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Function: Select the CTCSS Bell ringer repetitions.

A', '" il ble V--":' rl -~. 1'- ,j IO"'-""'F' F,-/l/'3···· ~5-- /·8··'/R:- E P~;'E AjT-

V ,a, I,,! a, i :,e,a"ues,.,.~. '.. '/''1'/: ,"",.ft.

Default: IOIFF

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,~

'JIX-,5R ·O,PE',RATIN,G··MA"N~l/AL

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S- t"1 M"~' d ·e .. ··· .. · •. ·.···oe

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Function: Select the MONI key Gust below the PTT switch) function.

Available, Values: MO;N/T -CAL

Default: Depends on the transceiver version.

M'ON: Pressing the MONII! key causes the noise/tone Squelch to be over-ridden, allowing you to listen for weak (or non-encoded) signals.

T~CAL: Pressing the MONI key activates a 1750-Hz burst tone, used for repeater access in many countries.

- - - - --- - -- -- - -- - - - - ----

Function: Select the function of the [HM/RV(EMG)] key.

Available Values: HOME/RE'V

Default: Depends on the transceiver version.

HOME: Pressing this key instantly recalls a favoritet'Home" channel.

REV: Pressing this key reverses the transmit and receive frequencies during repeater operation.

II

Sa,t :It,em: 25, [LAMP MOIDIE]

Function: Select the LCD/Keypad Lamp mode.

A ·'1' b I "7 I KE"", Y r. ... j'T-O' 'G' G' - LE'j'5' 'S'''EC:~'

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Default: KEY

KEY: Illuminates the LCD/Keypad for 5 seconds when any key is pressed.

TO-G·.·-:'G','-',·L': E" ill, Pre ssing the LA~~····.M,", p~"" key toggles .. Li,C,',:-"'"D .• ···,I,'K'··,'"e,~:'y"p'·-:"a·,;d" lam 'p:-r'l 10, 'InI'~' 'Off

,,~_', ','_ ,":~, ,,~~: ~:_' : "I!' . " ",,~_' .. , ,'"~ '", . , , ',' ,,: ::' ." ~,,',c__" I "~,: I ." ',,~, '~""' 'I: " ',' "I"

5 SEC: Pressing the LAMP key illwninates the LCD/Keypad for 5 seconds.

S,e,t, Iteml 26 [TOT]

Function: Set the TIOT time.

Available Values: OFF/I m,in/2.5, min/S min/I 0 min" Default: 2,~5: min

The tim . """'e"'" 0-" ut tim rer shuts off ,"- th "~ e':" tr ransmitt e""'r~'~' afte r c ontinuo us tr an sm iission 0" "'f' 'th e programm e" «l

~r1[~~.~ ~l.!: J":V~- _, . _". ,_:-, _ ,II: ". J. :'. u 1_'-_" ' ", '. :1,:."_: ~_,':':._-, "., .. '.' "', I ~ .. ( .. , •.• ~.i" .. '. 1 ' .•......•. "_':.: .1, ~.' ,l I· .. I~·.::' .. 1 ~_ ,~:I !:I:I' .~.,· ··~i ·:_._":i:I, .. ,I .. _ .

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JrX~,5R· OPERA nsc MANUAL:

,6:5,··.·,

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time.

Set Item 27 [BelO]

Function: Enable/disable the Busy Channel Lock-Out feature.

. . .

Available Values: ON/OF:F

Default: 'O'FF

S,e,t ilitem 28 [CILOIC,:K, S:FT]

Function: Shifting of CPU clock frequency. Available Values: O:N/OFF

Default: OF"F

This function is only used to move a spurious response "birdie" should it fall on a desired fre 'q" ue :'n' cy

1 j, ".' .. , > : ~ '. , ' ' ,"

------_._----------_. ---- -_. - -

i _ _ . "__ _ _

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-- -- - - -

- .. .

Se·t ltem 2'~-···'9'··" [8: -·,nl'L ·TY-' .. ···:-:PE~--]

_<.' _. -,.-". !~-~ .-: ~ ~:': ~- .:' :~-:_ ,J

Function: 'Select the Tone Encoder and/or Decoder mode. .

-. II.] bl '1.)' O'''''FF/T' -O'-'N' E"'j:'T' O""N' E' S'-' Q'-:'L/"D'C' "S'-

Avai ;,8./ eva. ues. C ,ij, . ."" ;,':" .~: ! ., .. _: .... : i_ :,1,:',:: ::':"'_:

Default: 'OFF

TO,'N'E: CT'CSS Encoder

T'O'·'N"··:·E-:- S:"Q,"L'I! 'C:'-T:C'<' "·S'·IS~:1 Encoder/D reccder

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Des: Digital Coded Squelch Encoder/Decoder

S,e,t Ite'm 30 [TO:NE SET]

Function: Setting of the CTCSS Tone Frequency

Av,·: aila ble •. '· Va '11 u res: 3·19;··t· sta nda r,-·"d·! C,- TC ". S·:·; S·'.··~· ton es ....

" .' ( ;~, '.'". : _: _,r . _ "" _ . Ii! [ "" ': ,', '_ "' ._". ~"J '," ,~ " ~" '" '. : " ,". _ "_,

De:"f::1a··-· U' u. 10",",0;:'" H!' ': z·>

",.' _ '"":., I '. ~ ,_ . ,_:: L."" ',' 1_ ~". -

Set Item ,31 [DeS, SET]

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F ti S··,,·!I' f h D'C""S-" d

. u·nc'.,lon: ,'. ettmg O] t ... - e 1_.: .. ,: CO·I._le.

A···I·~'·b··I··'-· V:·'··,:···I· ... , .... , ... l' ·O-··'4··!ct·,,···· d··· .. rrd D",C"""" ··s'··· .. ';- d·;·l_ ..... '

v,a.l ,a. " e./a,,: ues"."~:i S .-an,:.,. ar,:_i._.' '., .. ,: co':;es,.

- .. 3 Default: 02 ..

, .t .. / In this mode, press the [2(CD)TAG] key (not PTT) to save the new setting

, ..•.. ~ ... < a:' nd e.···:'·X·,-·· .. -'I~t·' t··o·-·· no rm a l opera .. tion ".-:

. ' "~ II ".' . ,". ~ .. '"" I. " '. ,_",_ " J.' J I:. " .J I I :. r:, " " J , •• ,:"., l' I J ' • J •

. ' ..... :~. : .. ___...... .. _ ... , ."' ..... ,_" ,'_. - _. ~ __ " '"''' ..... , '-., .. ".'." ..

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Sllet ltem ,32: [DTMF ,SET]

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Function: Programming the DTMF Autodialer. DTMF Autodialer Programming:

CD After selecting Menu Item 32, press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily.

@ Rotate the DIAL to select the autodial memory number you want to store (9 memories are available).

® Press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily, then key in the phone number you want to store (maximum: 16 digits).

@ If you make a mistake, press the MONI key twice to clear the current digit and re-enter the correct number ..

~ After entering the final digit, press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.

. - --- - - _. - --- -- - .-

- _. " _.- -" - _. " - - _. - "" - .. . .

66'

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"f/X ... ,:._..:, S:'R" 0":'-' M' ,','

;';".,:-~'~ .. ::: 1·_"j.PERATIN·G ·,'::.:A.~NUA,L

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et ~ ':',···0.:·.·.·,.··: le.i.'

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Function: Program and activate the CW .. dentifier (used during ARTS operation). 'C'::-"W.:·/ ID·····'e····r··' Pro 'g.'~ r amm .. ning:

.' • ", .' .,., _ . _'. I, __ ~ , ," :. r.-

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<D After selecting Menu Item 33, press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily.

@ Turn the DIAL one click to change the display from OFF to ON (CW IDer ON).

® Press the [BAND(SET}AR] key momentarily, then turn the DIAL to select the first letter/number of your callsign, and press the [BAND(SET)AR] key momentarily to save the first letter/number.

@ Repeat the previous step as necessary to complete your callsign, pressing the

['8';" 'A":" N·· :D""'(;~:'S' ..... E~ T)··,A···· 'R' ::"]: ke aft " ., .' ... ch ··tn}

[I·~··" .. I .'. _~_"':~'., . ....:. ~·ey a:.er ea[c, .. ~ enw_·,).

® Press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. .

Set litem ·34 .[S,PljEC-A:NA:_]

~. -

Fu me tion lI! Select the S···· .... pectrum Analy t zer (Sp ··e;···c ..... .tra-Sc .. .ope TM)', S' w·· ..... veep m·e iode

-: .'.: .. _.' , l .. iIo _.' _ •...•••••• _ .~~~." ••.. :: :- '.', •. ~ ••.•• ' ••. , '.' • ': •.•••. ' .•• , '" '. I..... .' . __ : ' .. ".' .. ~'!I!'

Available Values: S[ING·L·E/CONTIN~UE

D . e. I·t~ 'S: I' N" G'''' .~ 'LE' .

el,a.U I.:: ..• ' ;'.' .(.1.. .

~INGLE: The transceiver sweeps the current band once.

CONTINUE: The transceiver sweeps the current band repeatedly until the Spectrum Analyzer (Spectra-Scope 1M) is turned off

Sle·t ttem 3;5 [S,MRT SRC;H]

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Function: S .. elec t t····h· ·e-=· Sm .. nart Search Sw .. /eep mode

,', .. ' ~ '. . .. :.!Ii' '.' .' .... .' ". . '. " OJ ," - " __ ,'. ,:._. '," I . _" • ' •• ' , • " •. /. • ~

Available Va I ues ,: SIN·G·LE/CONTINUE Defa IU' lt '" :S:·I:'N:·I:'O-:···L: 'E

.' _. ~1 ~ . J .,1. :. ~!iii [ . I ',' '>_.' [. .'

SINGLE: The transceiver sweeps the current band once in each direction starting on the current frequency- All channels where activity is present (up to 15 in each direction) are loaded into the Smart Search memories .. Whether or not all 31 memories are filled, the search stops after one sweep in each direc-

C· O"'NTIN' ~U· ~'E'

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tl'''' 'o'~"'n" .

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Th ivermak ., h di '" ith h "S···· INGL' "E'"

·:~'e···· t r a·::!n: \[S··· c' .e -IV··:· e"~ r m axes a'" s·:···w"·o-e· e·~~·p····' in e .. .acr dire ction a...:·: S"" wit tr [e' .. _:_ .... :. i ..... ·····.· i '.

... '" ' • ...:l!l_1 .:' ' ••.. ,'.. ,,:.,_, ,I' ~.: ':,'" •.•. " •••.••..••. ~ '" '-~.-'.' "" ••. ,'.: •••. I~_ .. " _ ',' ," .' .• , ~.' ••.•. [' ','_'_.' _" •

..... '.' de b' t if .~ ].'} ., 11 chanr .}. .", ··,t fi'·~']l .. d afte: th fir st ·c·· ' t he .. ~. d " .

mo: lie." U·. I. . at .. ,j ,I .• ,c· anne s ar'e n .. Q -' .1 Jle'. a._ ~;er ··e [Ilrs·· sweep, '. e ra :.·10,

.'., rti '.- '. "" I'e "' .. '. ,. ,'.: t .. ·,'!, I th ..' '/"l' fill ·· .. .d

connnues sw·e[epln.g U.n.I :·e.y a-re at. 1 .. eo.

S· ..... '.' t' It····· rn '3,1 '6", :[:R··X········ M· ····~O,--:··D; E]'

,·~e . . . ·e'. ~_ .. [. ._ i~I,:.. :.: .... ~ .. ,

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Function: Select the Operating mode.

A· V· ailab' e·' Valu es: A·· U l'T :'O"'~"'!N"';_'·' ·F·M··········j·;A:· M· .. r : .. ~/··W,"······:: F···M·"

:-': .• ,~ _ a=Jl; '.":'_. :._ 'I, :' " 1;::" 1. '_ ~ .' ':.,',.., :.-~'" [ _.:, ,," -','_ " : ~.. .~. L," , __ : ~'l ,'_ ~. :. ',' ;

Defa ult: A'UTO ( .. Mode automatically chang" es according to operating frequency)

,_.' .. ' .' .. ' 1... , ~:' , . . c. ". : I .. _ '.'.:'.' ',_ ." :. .. '.~' :.'. ::,_, " .,~., .. ,... " _ . "'. "_.' . ' .. " ' .. .1' •.. ' ". t, ". : '~, ' • .". '.~ -': .: _ •• ' • ".J' .

Function: Select the Control Locking lockout combination.

Ava . ilable Values: K.E·Y /0 IA: .·/PTT IKEY + D IALlK.E·Y + PTT ID I AL + PiTT I ALL Default: KE'y

'ITV_S" !~' O":':P"~E:"":~' DAT1' ·:N· ·'.···G:·:·:· M:[ I·A:. ·i\,..U··· ·A. [L" Y L\;_ ~ _ 1\. ~" .. .nrt _:I _. . . , .., .= 1'1( :. .

[6~···7':.'

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. . . . _.. . - _._ ... " - " - _.- ---- . - .

Set Mode

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S,et Ita,m 3S, [H,ALF DIEV]

Fu nctio ,·'D~· Rc .d U.· cin g o th e :" De via t ion lev 'e'l by 5' 0,,0/,

'.~" ' ,. ,. , .. ' .. , _' ',:_::' .' "".'. " .. "." ""'.'" '.' ""." ' 70"

Available Values: ON/OFF'

De·····f·:·a' iult: [0. :····F,·,'F:·'

'._. . '. : [ . , ,I' .. ",' I I

Function; Select the language for the SET (Menu) mode selections. Available Values: EN'GLI:SH/JAPANESE

Default: ENGLISH

Se··~·t· lte m 4,10·· .. " [:'O"N':- '~TIM"""':E':R:]

I ' ' '. . ,[ . . , ..,,:-- ... ,

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Func ,(;,]1:0' D':·' 'S········e· ··t: th e .. ·· '0" ""N:' T- im . :·e· r·· .. · tim e'

'. J .. , I , .', , , I; .: . . . '. _ '. I"~ .. ; , '. ' . 1" :. '. '.

Available Values: ·O>-C'·F·F!· ~ 2···'4:···'·O"'IO·'·:·~

: .: . ',,' I.... I r., •. ,' 'y; _' . ," ,'. ~ ',: .. .....:._ II!I' ". ~. [ II!I ".',' ,.:~ .• ,

De f ··a;~ u Ii t i!' D'·,FIF·

. = '. . ... '.- . ", .' .. '

The ON Timer turns on the radio at the programmed time. S,et Ite,m 4,1 [CO:N'T'RA,Sr]

FUI'n~" ction ~ Sett ing .. 'r '0' ifth Ie' Display C'o" ·n· .. · tr a··· .. st level

.~!___i.J '. : I, ',':::, .. _". I",", '.: .' •• ':- '.' ".' • 1.': _" ' : " -:-_ ," ", ,_. I, .:. ,[. :,1. • " : "' .. ", III!

Available Values: 1 ~ 10 Default: 5

Function: Select the S/PO meter Symbol.

A· ~. r ..... ·'1[····· b·· 'I,,' ''I' 'II . ,- ~ )r) '. = ..._ ,- C·:······H·R····:

, val a e 1f,a,u .. es." "-,., , '-", '.' .. _ .

Default: ,»

,68

'r /'V' 5"'i D' 0········ .... = .. '. ; " .-', ~ I . .',

y~ '~\ ' .. , "PERATING .1,,_,',A,NUAL

Function: Correcting the atmospheric pressure. Available Values:~500 ~ +500 hpa (mb) Default: 0 hpa (mb)

S,at I,t,em: ;44 [AL TI O'FS'T]

Function: Correcting the altimeter setting.

Available 'Values: -50[01 ~ +500 rn

Default: 0 m

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S t· M" d et [·····.·o.·· ••• e

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S'8·t, Ite,m 45 [D':ISiP M!OiD:E]

Function: Select the display while the transceiver's power is off

Available Values: N ON~E/TEMP IBARO/ALTI/TEMP+BARO/TEMP+ ALTII A,LL Default: NONE

N O.···~iN····· ···E: ". ~

',' . . , ~

TEM-P:

N d~ Ii 11 h th tr ~ an - ce ~ -, ~e' ~ ~ s - ff o uispray w en '[ ne ':, ransceiver r 0 .,'-'~

The current temperature win be displayed while the transceiver's power is

ff"

: •••• ' I

,0 :'1

The current barometric pressure will be displayed while the transceiver's power is off

The current altitude will be displayed while the transceiver's power is off (calculated from the barometric pressure).

TEMP+BARO~ The current temperature and barometric pressure will be displayed while

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The current temperature, barometric pressure and altitude will be displayed

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while the transceiver's power is off.

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Specifications

G[ener'a,1

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[ .. : annel Steps:

Frequency Stabllity:

Repeater Shift (default):

Rx .,: Ii! O 5···· 1 S·c ... M" · 'R!' ~ ('" 'B"C"""~ B:··[ '-",",,' d)

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59[-10,8, MHz (FM)

108-1,37 MHz (Air Band)

13.'.7::::,-1'17:41 M'·'··,'··'·.'H· Z·"" (;'"1: 4··':' ,4·::····, =M,··· H Iz HA:' I' M·····,,·,··')···

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174-222 MHz (VHF~ TV)

22'2 4'20' MH"~' C"'A' C' T" 1 A" B' d 11)'

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42'0'[ 4,:' ·7'10···· 'M'" ':H' ('4:: 3,.'··0''-'' M"" ~H'" H~~~A·,·· M' ,')"''',

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47'0 7'2"'9 M'H (U' :c.H'~F~~ 'TeV")

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80':0':_- 9',9·"'9'·' M'I' ,=H···· (·:A>'C':"'·Ti-=-'2-·'" A':' cti ...... : B········,,· nd ·2····' C/~" "'·11'··1 ..... Blocked)

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T 50 54 M"H 50" 52' =M~H~

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144,-14[6 MH,z 'Of' 1,4,4,-,1,48 MHz

,430-14401 MHz Of' ,4,,30-,4,,50 MHz

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±5: ppm. (-100,C to +6'O'OC)

±[60:01 koHz (144 M.H'z) ±1~,6/5.'OI/7~,6 MH,z (430 MHz)

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Nominal: 7.2 V DC, Negative Ground

Operating: 10-16 V DC, Negative Ground (EXT DC jack) 150 rnA. (Receive)

55 rnA, (Standby, Saver Off) 25 mA (Standby, Saver On) 7"0·0 )leA (Auto Power Oft), 1,j,61 A (,5 W Tx, 50 MH,z)

1 ~7 A (5: W'Tx., 14,4 MHz)

1. ~9 .A (4·~5: W Tx" 43"01 MHz)

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Case Size: 58 (W) x 88 (H) x 27 (D) mm (w/o knob & antenna)

'W,eig'h,t: 2,55 g

Current Consumption:

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Transmttter

RF Power Output: 5 W (@ 13.8 V EXT DC IN)

5W (@ 7.2 V, 50 MHzl144 MHz) 4.5W (@ 7.2 V 430 MHz)

Modulation Type: Variable Reactance

Maximum Deviation: £.5: kl-lz

Spurious Emission: At least 60 dB below

Microphone Im rp .. ' ed ance: 2/,:· k,·.··:0

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Receiver Circuit Type:

Intermediate Frequencies:

Sensttivity:

Selectivity:

A- F:' O"u',"t·pIUI t:

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Double-Conversion Superheterodyne

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o ;9':'1 II'V'" +;0"'",,-: 12',' ·dB···', ::.' 'S·~·~I·N:···A" D·' '(·,'7':'·:,6·'·,-1- O'\8,',MH,:·~··1 ; zI···:.':'·'117·~·4,:,-2·····:.···/'2-·M···:'H-: z'····, W·:,."--F:'M':",,··,·: ).:

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3, JlV for 12 dB SINAD' (47'O-,5,40MHzJ6,30-729MHz, W-,FM) 0.16 flV for 12 dB SINAD (50-54 MHzl144-148 MHz)

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Specifi 'ications are subiect to change without notice a'nd' are g., uaranteed 'within amateur

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bands only .' .

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Frequency ranges cha n nel stens and reoea .ter sh I; lit: , v 'ar Y'I.' a, -cc .. iordin 'g.'" [:0··' transceiver V' 'er-

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sion: check with' your dealer.

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CD Make sure that the transceiver is off. Remove the hard or soft case, if used. (i) Remove the battery pack.

® Locate the connector for the SU .. L1 under the caution seal in the battery compartment Ofl t he b:-·a·'-·,· ck of th·: e·- .. ·· radio J!I!u' ·IS··-t p: ,Ie-· "e"I'1 ,0" iff .. · .. 'th e'" 'c:' -a': ut I!' 0-'1 . Il S e,C_"a--]

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(~) Align the connector on the SU ... 1 with the transceiver's connector and gently press the

unit into place.

(i?\ A- ffix the n :.e·-··-w-··'" (supplied) caution sea ~ - a n-- .d 'r"e"p"-la' c .e the ba tt . ery

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® Installation is now complete.

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

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2". This device complies with part 15 of this, F·C[C· Rules .. Operation is

I subject to the following two conditions; (1) this device may not cause

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I 3. The scanningeceiver in this equipment is incapable of tuning, or I readily being altered, by the User to operate within the frequency bands

allocated to th,e Domestic public Cellular Telecornmunicattons Service

I in Part 22

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I This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is sub ject t'o"" the Ioilowinq two conditions: '("1';)'" this device m ay not cau s'"'e-'''

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Ii interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including

interference that may cause undesirable operation of the device.

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