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Icom IC-M700 Service Manual

Icom IC-M700 Service Manual

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HF SINGLE SIDEBAND RADIOTELEPHONE

IC-M7DD

MAINTENANCE MANUAL

c. -lIICOMI

ICOM INCORPORATED

1~19, KAMI KURATSUKURI, HIRANO-KU, OSAKA JAPAN Phone: (06) 793-5301

Telex: ICOM TR J63649

ICOM AMERICA, INC.

2380 116th Avenue N.E. Bellevue, WA 98004 Phone: (206) 45Ml155

Telex: 230-152210 ICOM AMER BVUE

ICOM CANADA LTD. 810 S.w. Marine Orive Vancouver. BC Canada Phone: (604) 321-1833 Telex: 21-454315

3331 Towerwood Dr" Suite 307 Dallas. Texas 75234

Phone: (214) 620-2781

ICOM AUSTRALIA, PlY, LTD.

7 Duke Street. Windsor 3181 Victoria Australia

Phone: (03) 529-7582

Telex: 71-35521 ICOMAS AA35521

ICOM EUROPE G.M.B.H.

Himmelgeister Strasse 100 4oq<l Duesseldorf 1

West Germany

Phone: 0211-346047 Telex: 41-8588082

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 1 SPECIFICATIONS 1 - 1

SECTION 2 OPERATING CONTROLS 2 - 1 - 2

2 - 1 FRONT PANEL 2 - 1

2 - 2 REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS 2 - 2

SECTION 3 INSTALLATION 3 - 1 - 2

SECTION 4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 4 - 1 - 4

4 - 1 HOW TO TUNE 4 - 1

4 - 2 RECEIVING 4 - 3

4 - 3 TRANSMITTING 4 - 3

4 - 4 ANTENNA TUNER 4 - 3

4 - 5 ALARM FUNCTION 4 - 4

SECTION 5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 5 - 1 - 5

SECTION 6 BLOCK DIAGRAM . 6 - 1

SECTION 7 INSIDE VIEWS 7 - 1 - 3

SECTION 8 MECHANICAL PARTS AND DISASSEMBLY 8 - 1 - 10

SECTION 9 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT 9 - 1 - 6

SECTION 10 VOLTAGE (CIRCUIT) DIAGRAMS 10 - 1 - 9

SECTION 11 IC RATINGS 11 - 1 - 5

SECTION 12 BOARD LAYOUT , 12 - 1 - 13

SECTION 13 OPTION INSTALLATION 13 - 1 - 2

SECTION 14 PARTS LIST 14 - 1 - 26

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM SEPARATE

SECTION 1 SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL RECEIVER

Frequency Coverage:

Receive 1.6MHz'" 23.9999MHz

Transmit 2.0MHz'"" 2.9999MHz 4.0MHz"" 4.9999MHz 6.0MHz'"" 6.9999MHz 8.0MHz -- 8.9999MHz

12.0MHz - 13.9999MHz 16.0MHz'" 17.9999MHz 22.0MHz'"" 22.9999MHz

Frequency Control:

CPU based 100Hz step Digital PLL synthesizer. Independent Transmit· Receive Frequency Programmable on any band.

Frequency Readout:

6 digit 100Hz readout.

Frequency Stability:

Less than ±20Hz in the range of -30°C'"" +60°C Memory Channel Capacity:

48 Simplex or Semi-duplex Channels owner Programmable

Power Supply Requirements:

DC 13.6V ±15% Negative ground Current drain 25A max.

AC power supply is available for AC operation.

Current Drain:

Receiving; Stand by 1.2A
Max. audio output 1.6A
Transmitting; Average voice 12A
Two tones 19A Antenna Impedance:

50 ohms Unbalanced Weight:

7.2kg (15.8Ib) Dimensions:

112(124)mm(H) x 287(297)mm(W) x 356(376)mm(D)

( ): Shows the dimensions including projections

TRANSMITTER

Emission Modes:

A3J (J3E; USB and LSB)

A3A (R3E; USB)

A3H (H3E; USB)

R F Output Power:

150 Watts PEP.

Spurious Emissions: -65dB

Carrier Suppression:

A3J (J3E) 40dB

A3A (R3E) 16dB ±2dB A3A (H3E) 3'"" 6dB

Unwanted Sideband: -55dB Microphone:

600 ohms with push-to-talk switch

1 ~ 1

Receiving System:

Dou ble-conversion Superheterodyne Receiving Modes:

A3J (J3E; USB and LSB) A3 (A3E, H3E) Intermediate Frequencies:

1st 70.4515MHz

2nd 9.0115MHz (A3J) 9.0100MHz (A3)

Sensitivity:

A3J (J3E) 12dB SINAD at -6dBp (0.5pV) input A3 (A3E) 12dB SINAD at 3dBp (1.4pV) input Selectivity:

A3J (J3E) 2.3KHz/6dB, 4.2KHz/60dB A3 (A3E) 6.0KHz/6dB, 20.0KHz/60dB Spurious and Image Rejection:

70dB

Clarifier Range:

±150Hz

Audio Output:

5 watts (4 ohms, 10% distortion) AF Output Impedance:

2 - 8 ohms

.SECTIION 2 'O:PERA'TING COINlIROLS

@F'~~n;;:QU t;NCY D ISIPL.A Y ----------~-----, ~IMO[)E, SWITGIH -----------~~~~.........."

~ W'IINDOW IFRAMIE IRETA"IINING SCA:E:W'-~--~----'

(DPOWER SWITCH '~~~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~~~~'

@SIPEAKE:IR SWIITCH ,=~~~

~;NIOIS~ 18 lANKEIR :SWITCH ..........""...,...~o;;===~=====i!! @saUELCIH SW~TC:IH ~~~~="'""~~~~~~~ "',,VOIUJME: CONITROL,--------------

1. IPOW E R S,W rca

The PQWER SWITCH is, a push-lock type switch which controls, the IlFiIJ)Ut DC power to the I C·M'700. When the, s,w i tch is pu shed i nil a nd locke d, pOW'€ If ls su p p I~ i,ed to the set, Whe nth e S,W itch is pu sh ed aga i i1J end rel eased" power ls cu t 1".0 all cireu its except: the PA, unit,

2~ .sIPIE,A IK,E IR SW I 'TCH

Switches ,the 'i n tie iril"'1 all 'speak'E!r- ON snd OF F", W&llen connecti ng an ex t,er n a II 'speaik er to the, €!'X'te rna I spes ke r Jack I the. externa ~ speak er ¥II i' III be actuated e''II~ n if' t his; swi teh is turned OF iF,.

,3,. INIO I S E B LAIINII K ,E R SW II lie H

Sow;i'tche:s t.h e In if) ise Ibi sn ksr circu ~ t ON allnd 0 F F; W he n the swi teh is tu rned 0 N {u P posit i 0 rilll ~ P u lse -tv pe no ises w'ii IIII be reduce d to p rovi d e acce ptabl e rece ptl 0 n,

4~ S:OlJIE lCIH SWI'litH

Sw iitch as, the' sq ue leh flu net io n () Ni and 0 F F. Wh en th e squelch is tu rne'd ONI' the' radlo maintalns sitent unti I a hu m ~n 'vO ice $'iig na I ~ s rsee lived.

'!)m MOIDE: .sW~ITCH

Se~ec:ts the operation mode, one' of A3J '~JaE t A3A (R,3E:J and A3H {H3 E:). Turn'ing this, switch couneerclockwise fu rthe r fro nil A3J p- osi t:il o.n I :$ie,1 ec ts A3,jI l S IS rn 0 die.

6;, V"OLUME, COIN'TIROL

Centrols the audio output ~ev~1 in the, n;l'Ce'~\I'e mode Clock'vjJ'~:se rota t~ on inc reaseS the ~ eve I;

'1F""""'~=~~rj~AN TE NN,A rlUN Eft rUN II N8 IN D ICA'l'O~: -----:t~TAAINSM ill liN DICATOH

----@RECEIVE, ~NO~CATOR

Ir:=~~-bl 0 KEY P,A[)

@WIINDOW FRAMIE R'ETAIIN liNG sea EW

'~....-=-... @CLAR ITY COIN'TA ot,

CHANNEL SW'IITCH

...____.~ ~ AIN TEN N,A TUN IE A TU N IN G SW I"fC i1l

,.....__ 1-;- DISPLAY SWITCH

!I.-- ® TR ANSMIIT' FREOU EN CY CH:ECK .sW~TCH '--~= ..... <J) CHIA NIIN t; t, G ROU P SW IITG~

1.. C'HANINEL GiIROUP' ,SWIITCH

S el ects a cha n ne I 9 roup Ie Q ne of A~ IS and C. E ach 9 roup h Zi!S, 16, chanrrels .and ,a chennel C<Hl be selectee by the CHA,N· fiLII E l 'S" W' I T' CIWI

1'1,1 .' .. " I. 1IlI.

8., TRAINSMII'T F RE:OIJENCV CHIEICK S:W~TCH

Wlh i Ie h Q lid ~ n 9 this s,w'i tch, th e rec eTve 'f req u e n cy cha nqes 'to.

the tlr'~ 1IiI'~'m it .:l"''''''qIUl''''' r'i ... "

,~, ''':> . t1 .. ~ I " ~11'l::'. il;dIi.,r1<

be' checked.

91" AN'fEN,NA T'UIINl E R TUN liNG S.W'. TCH

Starts tu n Ii n 9 fu Ii:! ct~ 0 n of th e automa t lc aim ts n111r1,a tu ne r installed, By holding this switch" the radio is turned in 'the tr a nsm ii t. mod e and .a Ilow power $1 9 r1I all Is t ren sml i ned (th is leve I cain be ad ju Soled by am 'I' nter na 1 c/o nt rol] to tu ne th e antenna tuner, At this tirna the ANTEN NA TUIN E' IR TUN ~NG INDICATOR is ON_ 'When ,the tuninq has: been flnlshed, '[he l'UNIING INDICATOIR gCN% off and the radio ratu r n s, to the' r e'ce iiv e' mod e,

" 0, DIISPl,A Y' SW'IIICH

Turns ,61,1111 the dlsnlav ililiumiinat.ions, ON ,and OFF.

11: '. C HANINIE L SW'IITIC H

Se lects ,8 che nn el ~ of 16, cha nn iE!'1 S wh jell has been $o9'i ectsd by the CHANIN E L GROUP SWI TCH.,

'12, ClAAIIT'V CONTROl.

Sh j fts th e rece Ive frequency 1 50 H z ~m ax i m u m] to IS i th er :S i,a e of' tlh e d 'j $,P I a:y'ed reee live freq lUI enev , Th i s a I ~ ews c ~Ie'ar receptl 0 n for a f! off f r€."q iJl€ til cy s,!tgri al. Rota t il n g th ii s co ntro 1 cll'Qcl~cwise (+ side) ralses 'the' recelvs flre,quel1cy and counterc lockw lse ,,- si de:~ Il.owe rs, the recei ve 'f req ue n.cy .

13.. F R EQUENICY DI~SP L.A'V

Shows thle open~tii'ng frequencv ~If'eceiviing frequency or tram simi itt i ng he qll! eln ty) crf th e se lected ch an ne I. Th e f reQ uencv i In d icated lis tJh e ca rr i er flFeq ue ncy of each mode.

14" ,AIN1EINNiA, TUNIIEIR TUN IN'G IIN,Dle,AlOR llluminates 'when the ANTENNA 'TUNER TUN ING SWIITCHI is depressed and the. antenna 'tune,' is tun'ing autorn at ica~ I'y' •

15,. TIRANISMI'T IIINIOIIC.ATO'R

! 111llJ! rn i nates wh ern the rad i 0 is in th e tra nsrn it mod e.

2 .. :2 REAR P,ANEL CQINNIECTIONS

@ANTlcfl!;f'A, CONNECTOR

116. RECE,IIVE IINDIICATOR

1IIIru m ~ nate's wh e In the' squ e lch is opened i n t h e rece hl-'E!' mode.

17~ 101 KEV IPADI

Boy pushing these kevs, receive frequenev snd transmit frsq I!.J ,ency of each clh am ne 1 ca n be mem 0 r i zed.

1-8. WIIINIDIOW FIRAMIE ,'_lETA,1 N IIN'G ,SICRIE'W,S,

By removing these screws. the window frame of the freQ uency d i sp I ay can be. rem o'\iI'ed and t ~I is ,alll,ow,s, to pu sh ,t he Ikeys o'fr the 10 Ikey pad,

IJ=-----@ exrs RN,A L SPEAK IER JA.CK

r----r· FUSE HOLDER

(For DC: line t~oep't piA uniit~,

ifjIOROUND TERMIIN,AL

19~ ANTE :_NA COiNNIECTO'R

T h ls is usee to co. n oect a n ante II"Il na to the rad i o, i ts ~ m ~ ped anee is 50 0 h m S an d con nect wi th ,8 P L·2 5 9 ce n n ecto r . Whlen usl ngl a wh i p a nten na 0 r sl n 91 e 'W ~ U: an te liil na, use an a nten na cou p ler (,8 n IB n n a tu ner] fo r mate h ~ ng.

20!,. (i ROUNI[Di TERMIINAIL

To p rev'ent e leetr ica I shock, i rrte rferences to rot h e'li el ectrnnlc equ iipment: and other problems, be su re to gro.~l!ild the rad i I) to 'go ad Igr,ou 11 d sueh as th e EJ n9; In e b lock th rough the G ROU N [)I TE R'M I NA,L. For best resu Its use as, heavY' a 9'ilIlUlg/e wire or strap as possible and make the connection as sh ert-as possl bile.

21,. EX'TEA N,A L :SP'E"AKER J,A'CK,

When an external speeker 'is used, connect it to th is Jack. U 9"9' ,81 sp esker w lith ,([1<[1 in; pea ance cd 4, ,., 8 0 h m s, Th e exte mal spea ke r Ii s pera II I ell €'d to, the' in t,ern,all sp eak er an d actu ateo ,eve n I f th e sp ealkler 'Sw itch is tu rned off. Th ii s jack cain a lso be u sed a:s an ,A F ou tp u t te rm ~ lila. I for ,a F AX machine Oli tele-tvpewriter.

22, FUSE HIO Il..D E IR

This olds a fuse tor the DC circuits except the PA u nit. If th e flu se ~ s blown j re p lace rt 'w'~ th a new ,5 Am p fu se, Op e-n th e fuse' ho Ide r with a Phi I ~ J)S head Slcr,ew dr i ver .

"~'1i/A CONTROL RELAY JACK

---~=r;.:·[DC POWER CONNECTOR

23. E,X TE ANIA,L ,A LC II NI PUT J,AC:IK.

This jack can be used tor Input h3'rrninall o'f external A lC (Auto Level Control) s,ignI31' from a linear amplifier. The, A, L.C vo Itagi9 sh 0 LJ I dI be ~ n OV "'V ~4,V.

24. rlR CONTIR'OL REILAV ·JA,CI(

Controls Transmit/Rece,ive for an ,externall linear arnplifler or other squlpment. This re~~a.y 'can be WIsed to ~swi'U~h 24 V '1 A DC. Dori't exceed this, I imit,

25. AINTENINA TUNIE,R IOQINNEC'TOA

This connector is for an automatic antenna tuner (antenna cou p ler t alii d pu ts au t a sta rt si 9 na I j Ii nputs tu n i ngl :51 i'gna ~ and supplvs 13",6V DC. for the anterme tuner,

2Et oc PO'WIER CO'NINECTOIR

Fo,r connaction of l3.16V DC powell" SOU.H'C€.

:2 -:2

SE.!CTIIO'N 3, IINS'TA,LLA,T~[ON

:3 ,. 11

UNIPA,CK NG'

C arefu II y rem ove yo u r t ea nsce i ve r from t hie' pac kin ~ ca rt Q n and examine it for S,igll'lS olf' :sh ipp ing damage. Shou Id ,I\fjny be apparent, notify the del iveri ng carrier or dealer irnmediatetv r stati Ii1g the' ful I extent of the damage. It is recommended V'OU keep the shippinq cartons" ln the e\H~'nt 'storage, movhll'8l~ or reshipment becomes necessary they wil! be handv, ACC)8SS0ry cables plug-s; ete., are packed with the transceiver. Make SiW re yOUI have not overlooked anvthinq,

o

1. irJ,-nw:-,-.r.r ~'Qrd

Fu ![; ~ I I] I] •••• II [I .' I' r. r e e ~ ~

2. lEx lerna I Sp eak er p~ u g . " . .. . . . . . .

3. Pin PI u gs . , , . . . . . . " " . . - . . . . .

4. Fus-es, [(30A) , " " " ,

5. F u se'$, (5 A)." ,', , . . , . . . " " . . . . . . .

" • • • a • • • ,',' 1

1 :2

2

[6. Anten na TU! ner Connector {with [contact pins) .. "" 1 7, Mounti i'l9 Bracket . , . , '" .. - - - - .. " " . ,', ..... ,", 1

8. MOllnti"ng Screw Knobs " . u •••••• ' •• - " _ • ; , '.', -4

9. FI[a[t Washers (M5) " .. " " "" 4

HJ_ Bracket Fix'itl1[g Screws [Tappinq Se:r[9'w's) . " "', 4

11. Bracket Fix'iil1l9 Screws ( I ex Head Screws,') . _ e ••• ,' 4

12. F~at 'Washers (MIG) - - - . " . " , . . . . 8

13. Spring 'Washe.rs ~MI6) - , " . s, _ ••••• " , .. , •••• "'" 4

14 Bracket Fixi 111[91 Screw's Nuts., (M6 )[ ,', . " ,', , ,',. 8

15. M ierophone Hanger ... ", " ... " '" , ,- , '." 1

1,6 M icropho ne Han ge r F ix i 1119 Screws . . " , . " . . . . "" 2

17. [F requency Chart (wilth Plastic Casel . '" . " ... '". 1

~ 8. Rubber Cushion [F,e,@t .. n .. , " '" , , - - • • " • • • •• 4

3 ~ 2 PL,AINNINGi

Select a location far your transceiver which wi U ad low free access ,to the front controls good air circu arion and rear cllearSJnce 'for access to the fuse and cable connectors. [Provide the best prctectien VOUI ca n from d i ract rain elf he'afvy seas,

AVQid 10119 cable ru ns to the antenna and power 'sou rc e.'", At the same time, keep power and antenna cables, as far as p O'SSA bl e from eJectr ica II so U lice s l. e. ge ner ators, ,8 tern a to rs, e I e,ct rica II P LJ m ps ~ etc. Stay away fr om ttl e m agll1l et i C COOl, pa ss 'W i th the ca btl e s, a F1I d av 0 i d ru nn i II1i \1 t hie ,a nte I'~ n a cab I e III ear @ II ectron ic i til st ru m eon ts,

3. - 1

3 - ,3; IMOUN'TIINIG TIHIE TRAINSCIEIIVER

You r ~ COM transceiver is 5U pnl ied with a universal bracket wh ich allows "over" or "under" mou toting by plac~ng the b rae ket whe re th Fa u nit i So ,8 d 9'qU ate I[ 'If 5. u P po rtee wh en wav e shock and vi bratlon are' considered.

The rnountinq hardware SUPIP led w-II fit most installations, but shou [I d Vau need SPI9'G i a I mo u n t i ng 'faster; ers a nv good marine supplv store willi be able to assist you. A,s in any rnarins installation it is. recommended 'that hi ugh qual ity marine fasteners be used, Try to srvoid dri I ~in9 new rnou nting holes, ii iii! the br aeket, as the ba lance of the set may be a Hected.

3·4 TYPICAL INSTALLATION

The following figure shows a typical installation. Any radio communications system operating with a whip antenna or long wire antenna (insulated back stay) must have an adequate ground connection, otherwise the overall efficiency of the radio installation is degraded especially at lower frequencies.

The 50 ohm output impedance of the transceiver makes it necessary to employ antennas of the trapped or externally matched type. The use of an antenna coupler in coniunc-

tion with a whip antenna or long wire antenna (insulated back stay) allows an efficient installation which will cover all H F marine bands. The transceiver was designed to easily interface with most existing antenna couplers for marine appl ications.

On wooden or fiberglass boats, the use of a copper ground plate as the ground portion of the keel on a sailboat will ofteh perform adequately. The ground system must be joined to the antenna coupler with a heavy copper strap.

---~------------------,

CONNECT THE RADIO TO GOOD GROUND, ENGINE BLOCK, ETC.

-------~-----------

25 - 100 FT OVERALL (INCLUDING LEAD·IN WIRE)

RG·8/u ¥COAXIAL CABLE

ANTENNA COUPLER

BOAT EARTH

BOAT EARTH

3 - 5 PRIMARY POWER

If at all possible, do not exceed the 10 feet length of the power cable supplied, if it is necessary to make a run over 10 feet use :#f3 cable, and more than 20 feet should not be used. Use a direct run to the power source. Connect the power cable to the DC power source with the RED lead to the positive terminal and the BLACK lead to the negative terminal. When hooking up the cable, solder all connections and insure that all connections are clean, tight and moisture free.

Be sure to leave a service margin in the power cable so that should the transceiver have to be removed from the bracket it can slide out without straining the cable.

3 - 6 EXTERNAL SPEAKER

The IC-M700 contains an internal speaker, and is also designed so that it can drive an external speaker from the external (EXT) speaker jack on the rear panel. Be sure the impedance of the external speaker is 4 - 8 ohms, and connect it with supplied 1/4 inch standard phone plug.

The external speaker is paralleled to the internal speaker and actuated even if the speaker switch on the front panel is turned off. Thus the external speaker jack can also be used as an AF output terminal for a FAX machine or tele-typewriter.

3~2

SECTION 4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

4 - 1 HOW TO TUNE

The following instructions are for tuning in any mode. Please read carefully and understand fully before turning ON your unit.

To select a channel which is memorized the desired operation frequency, first, select the group, A, B or C, including the desired channel with the CHANNEL GROUP SWITCH. Then, select the channel with the CHANNEL SWITCH.

4 • 1 . 1 CHANNEL SELECTION

The frequencies shown in the following charts are memorized in the radio already.

Set operation mode to the desired one, A3J, A3A or A3H, if it differs.

BANK I A
_.-~
CH lTU RX KHz TX KHz USE MODE
1 2182 2182 INTERNATIONAL SAFETY & CALLING A3J
2 5000 -- TIME & WEATHER A3H
3 10000 -- TIME & WEATHER A3H
4 15000 -- TIME & WEATHER A3H
5 2638 2638 INTERSHIP A3J
6 2142 2142 INTERSHIP A3J
7 I 2670 2670 COAST GUARD A3J
8 2738 2738 INTERSHIP A3J
9 424 4428.7 4134.3 MID RANGE/COAST GUARD A3J
10 601 6506.4 6200 MID RANGE/COAST GUARD A3J
11 816 8765.4 8241.5 MID RANGE/COAST GUARD A3J
-
12 1205 13113.2 12342.4 MID RANGE/COAST GUARD A3J
13 1625 17307.3 16534.4 MID RANGE/COAST GUARD A3J
14 2450 2003 KLH/SAN FRAN. A3J
15 2466 2382 KOU/SAN PEDRO CA A3J
16 2450 2366 WOU/BOSTON A3J ..
BANK B BANK C
..
CH ITU RX KHz TX KHz USE MODE CH lTU RX KHz TX KHz USE MODE
.-.
1 401 4357.4 4063.0 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 1 1609 17257.7 16484.8 WOM TELEPHONE A3J
..
2 804 8728.2 8204.3 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 2 12215 22639.4 I 22043.4 I WOM TELEPHONE A3J
I
3 809 8743.7 8219.8 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 3 2216 22642.5 22046.5 WOM TELEPHONE A3J
4 1201 13100.8 12330.0 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 4 410 4385.3 4090.9 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
5 1202 13103.9 12333.1 I KMI TELEPHONE A3J 5 411 4388.4 4094.0 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
6 1602 17236.0 16463.1 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 6 808 8740.6 8216.7 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
7 1603 17239.1 16466.2 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 7 811 8749.9 8226.0 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
•.
8 2214 22636.3 22040.3 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 8 1203 13107.0 12336.2 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
-
9 2223 22664.2 22068.2 KMI TELEPHONE A3J 9 1210 13128.7 12357.9 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
10 403 4363.6 4069.2 i WOM TELEPHONE A3J 10 .1605 . 17245.3 16472.4 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
11 412 4391.5 4097.1 WOM TELEPHONE A3J 11 11620 17291.8 16518.9 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
12 802 8722.0 8198.1 I WOM TELEPHONE A3J 12 2201 22596.0 22000.0 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
13 805 8731.3 8207.4 WOM TELEPHONE A3J 13 12205 22608.4 22012.4 WOO TELEPHONE A3J
14 1206 13116.3 12345.5 WOM TELEPHONE A3J 14 2482 2382 WOX/NEW YORK A3J
15 1208 13122.5 12351.7 WOM TELEPHONE A3J 15 I 2450 2366 WGB/NORFOLK A3J
...
16 1601 17232.9 16460.0 WOM TELEPHONE A3J 16 2442 2400 WDR/MIAMI A3J When a channel is selected, the memorized frequency is displayed on the FREQUENCY DISPLAY with 5 or 6 digits down to 100Hz digit. Since the 1 MHz and 1 KHz

decimal points are displayed, the frequency can be easily read. The frequency indicated is the carrier frequency of each mode.

4 - 1

4 • 1 • 2 MEMORY WRlnNG (PROGRAMMING THE

CHANNELS)

When you wish to rewrite the frequency memorized in a channel or to write a new frequency into a channel, the following steps are taken.

1. Select the channel you wish to rewrite or to write a frequency with the CHANNEL GROUP SWITCH and CHANNEL SWITCH. The frequency memorized in the channel is displayed on the FREQUENCY DISPLAY (if no frequency has been memorized in the channel, only the MHz and KHz decimals are displayed).

2. Remove the WINDOW FRAME RETAINING SCREWs and WINDOW FRAME.

3. Set the desired frequency by pushing digit keys of the 10 KEY PAD representing the frequency desired, beginning with the 10MHz digit (or lMHz digit depending on the desired frequency) and ending with the 100Hz digit.

4. If illegal digits or out of band frequency have been entered, the entered digits are canceled and the FREQUENCY DISPLAY will be blanked (only MHz and KHz decimals are displayed).

5. When wrong key has been pushed, push the "CE" key, the entered digits are canceled and the previous memorized frequency will be recalled.

6. When the entered digits are correct, push the "RX WRITE" key for receive frequency, or the "TX WRITE" key for transmit frequency. The entered frequency will be memorized into the selected memory channel.

7. When a transmit frequency has been memorized, the memorized transmit frequency is not shown on the FREQUENCY DISPLAY. To check the transmit frequency, push the TRANSMIT FREQUENCY CHECK SWITCH. While depressing the CHECK SWITCH, the memorized transmit frequency will be shown on the ~REQUENCY DISPLAY.

8. Memorize not only the receive frequency, but also the transmit frequency, even if the both frequencies are the same.

9. If you wish to memorize only a receive frequency into a channel, enter "0" as the transmit frequency (push "0" key, then "TX WRITE" key).

1 O. Memorize frequencies into other channels with the same manner.

FOR EXAMPLE:

When memorizing the receive frequency at 12345.6KHz;

Push key

Display

1235

,n I. U

(Previous Frequency)

rn nnann I
U U. U U. 1
I ous» I.u
l1J

rn loa. D L?~}]

w 100./23.41

[[J ID 1.234.51

rn:J I 123 4 5.6 I

0 I 12.3 4 5.6 I (Memorized into the
selected channel.)
RXWRITE When memorizing the transmit frequency at 13210.5KHz;

Push key

Display

12. 3 5

,n I.U

(Previous Frequency)

rn

nnnnn I LI U. U U U. 1

I nnnn '31

LI Lt. U U I.

IDo.O 1321

rn

Ino.132./1

n/jj/n LI I.~ r I. U

1132 10.51 I I 2. 3 4 5. 6 I

(This shows the receive frequency.)

TXWRITE

NOTE: 13210.5KHz has been memorized into the selected channel, but the FREQUENCY DISPLAY will show the receive frequency.

To check the memorized transmit frequency, push the TRANSMIT FREQUENCY CHECK SWITCH.

TX FREQUENCY

132/0.5

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4 .. 2: RECEllVllNGi

A he Ii con nsct ii rn 9 th e power eebl e. an a til te n ri a, etc, I set k no bs, and SW'i tc h es as to III ows:

:POW E IR' S:W I TC H SPEAKER SWITCH

NOli SE. 18 LAN KIE, R SWITCH SQUELCH SW~TCH VOLlJINlIE CONTROL MODE SWITCH

,OFF {OUT) ON {UP'~

,OF F {DO'WIN'~ OFF (DO'WN)

F u ~ II,y Go U ntercl oekw i se Desired Mode'

GIH AN N IE l G R 0 QJI P SWi T CH Dasi red G roup i nile lu d ln g ch a n n ell des Ii red

Des ~ red Cha nne'l memorl zed

D 11SfILA,Y SWI TCH CLARITY CONTROIL

f"reqlul!Ienc''Y' d esi red ON (OUT)

Center (12 o'clock) pcsitlon

N ow push l,ra e PO'WE R SW I 'TC ~ in. The, F R E.'QU E, N C:Y D ~ SPLAY' will sb ow a reee i\1'~ ns frequ e n cy a n d the' R: E·, CIE:IVE INDIC,ATOR wm be illurnlnated.

The I C~IM 700 p n)o\l i des USB (u p per sid e band) s'iig na ls In a II modes. II f yo u 'wh::1h to ,oper.a't',e on LS e, [A3J)" tu r n the 1M 0 IDI E SW I TCirt fu 1Ft h er tau rrterel ockw iise from th e A3J position,

Slowlly turn the VOUlJiMIE, CONTRO L clockwise 'to. a cornfo rta ble 1,€'V6i:II.

II f scuel eh filii n eti 0 n i's requ ired tc eli t ou t noi ~M~: W he n no si Qrn alii is nEH:=~ i;V,8 d" tu rn the SOU E LC H SW' II T C HI on (U IP P osl tii on L an d the no use f rom the spea ke r stops and th sR 'ECE IV 5: ~ N D ICATOA' goes; otf. Tine radio 'w~1111 now rem a11~ n s,i ~ en t: IiJi n til an i ncorn i l!JIg dgna I {Imlodu lated w i;th h~ m an '\fGJ ice$;} iis rece'~ ved wh i ch opens 'th ~ squel eh a no II iQlhrts the R E'C E I V E .! N [J I C,A TO R. II f: the' squ e lc h ~'s, unstable due to the reception of weak si'gnal's or mobile stations. turn on the' S au IE: L CH S'W ITCH.

Whe III ,a 1n9'Ce!lv i ngl s,i 9 n ai~ IS 'fr~q IU e riley ls :;11 i'ght ~'Y off the recei vin'~ fn3lq~e'li'hcy~ adjust the' C loA A II 'rv CONTROL '$0 that the :s,j'gna I ca n be h esrd d e,a r II'Y' "

W h e til pu I se type ttl oi $Ie' such 8$ ~,gn i t:ii on no lse ls au d ~ bl e, set the rNlO liSE. B LAN KE IR SW'~T'(~H to 'the ONI (UP) position. The no,i SJe' w~ III be redu ted to provi de' comfor ta b I,e rscep t io n.

I f you 'iN is ~ to cu t off the n rate rn all sipea ke r when u si ng an e xte rna I 'spes Ik er 0 r rsce iv'ii ngl a FAX: ,Q if te:1 e· typew rite r $iglna~. set the SPEAKER .sW'~TC,HI to, t,he' OFF (DOWN) po:s i t ion"

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'TRANSM TIING

..

Before tra nsm Ittil In'QI~, ~ i S,1!e!iii ii Iii 'th e rece i1v,e' mode 't,o m a ~,e su re

)N)U r 't !far:! $,m i~:s ~ III wIll II not in IE! Iffer,e with a.the tJ' ,co'm mlU ,l1li ica~ tilons. II f the tran ~n, i't freq!lli e I:'iI cy d iUen with the receli va fr,equency ~ pu 5 h 'tth e T :111: AN SM II T IF' R E ,au E!NIC Y C HE C K s~\nTCH. ,and the r,ad~o recei;v€:) on t~e transmit fr,e'qul!tnc;y w'h u I @' the' s,w iitt:,~h is d ep ressed.

By depressinq the PTT (push-to-tal k) switch on the m lcroF"I,h··OIf'i 6 t he rad lo I.;', t U r II"'i ed t o t h <:i; tra nsrn ~ t rn od ""' and t hi;!;

II"""" I ! ~ 1 . - "'" l'!!U" v _:J __ ~ ! "" . 'OJ _ ~ ,_.." ,~_, ". _ . _ v .... I;,o! _ I ~ ~

TR:ANSMIIT IN[)IICATOR 'is illuminated. By sp,e'aiking into the' microphone .. transmit :signals, will be transmitted,

To rstu r n to, th e recel ve rn ode, j u ;st. IF e I ea se the m icro phon e' PTT switch.

4 ~ 4 A,N'TENNlA, TIUNER ~:AINTEINNA C:OUP'lE:R),

The Ie· M 700 prov ides t he an ten iii a tu n er coo til nector wh lch QU t pu ts and! 0 If i nputs centro II s i gn,a I s to co 111 t ro II a n au t Q~ mat tc an te rma tlJ n er • The' Co ntro I si 911i1 al~ I ev,e,1 s ca III be :$€ I ected by 'i In ter n a II :swii tehes, t h U $, most ex i st ii ng ,a nten na tu ners cain be U sed,

WIh en 6.11 (TU N E is,witch) ,0 nl the Mil C;..C: ~ n it is set i fiI1 t ~ e n' 1 ~! P os uti on (i nd i cated 0 n t rn e PC boa rd], the u fiT ART~~ term i nail o,f the A N'TE N NA 'ru NIE R CO IN NIE:CTOIR R S usus Ily' 9 roun ded Ul,V:1 ~ a no by push ~ fJ1 9 t ~Ie ANti!: N IN,A 'TU N ~ R Tt~ N liN G SWI1CH;: the 5.iIi ART ter m i ne II su pply;s; ,aV DC t ~ r,ou'g h ,a '11 K '0 him rssi sto r.

When S'l is, set in the, 1'1.'21'1 position, the "~STA RTt~ terminal u SUl~ I ~ Y S~ PIPII y s abo u t 8V DC th rouch a 22 K ohm resi stor ~ and Ib'y' pU'Sihiilr-h'9 the TUN I NO S.WII TC~ r the START terminal is '9lrQU nd ed I~ OV) and s ii til ks a CIiJ rrent pu t 0 u t from th e' ANTENNA TUNIEfl.

'Win en :82: (KEY swltc h]. ,0 ~ the M IIIC=G un it is set 'ii,rn1 t ~ e ri' 1 .~ posltlon ~ i ndicaeed on the PC boa rd), the N' KEY ~ term i na I of' 'the ANtlE N IN A, TU NilE R CON IN E'CTOR eceepts ;al lOG v,o~'taigle (,2V -. '115V~' win ieh is put 0 tjl~ from the ANl1E:IN N A, T U IN E R .. a nd the, rad to ke\eps the tu il1 i 11191 fu netion u 'tJ'iIitt:i I t.h eli a ntenna tu ner has fIiIn ished the tUI !i1hl'91 a nd stops to J:HJ! ~ Qll.rt. the DC 'V'Q I tag'e,

When ,S:-~:2 " t' tli... 1.'/..,.1'1 "!I'-- th ""lit'" Eyu _ I

_ IS s,e:: I n .~Ie ,iii::. po:slnL~{)n~, .. ' "e' -"."" II:._ te-rm Ina

U:SU:3J I ~'Y SIU IP P I ys al bout a.v .D C th ro iJj 9 hi a '22 K ,0 ~ m res usto r I allnd by 's'tart:ulflI>g1 thle' TU N I NG 'fLiI~ction of th~ ANTE ri\J NA TU N E R.. the KEY t:,erminall is 'Qlrounded (OV ~ by tne ,AN TiEN NIA TUN E IA,. and 'the IF'61dio k,e,e'p:s th@ tlU'ril~r-hg 'iu ncHan unti II the antenna tuner Ih~s, fini:shed the 'tuning ,and stop s' t,1O 9 I'QU nld the K.I::Y' t:,(H ml i na I.

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When no antenna tuner is connected. the "TUNE" switch does not function.

4 - 5 ALARM FUNCTION (OPTION)

The ALARM UNIT will be supplied as an option. When the optional unit is installed, the international alarm signal can be automatically transmitted on 2182KHz by pushing the ALARM SWITCH (included with the ALARM UNIT and installed on the front pane!).

TO TEST THE ALARM FUNCTION

When the radio is set in the receive mode. by just pushing the ALARM SWITCH, the operation frequency is set on 2182.0KHz and the mode is A3H (H3E), even if a different frequency and mode have been set previously. and international alarm signal tones can be heard from the speaker and the ALARM INDICATOR (located next to the ANTENNA TUNER TUNING INDICATOR on the front panel) is lit. The tones will be made for a period of 50 seconds.

To stop the tones, push the ALARM switch again.

To clear the alarm function and to return to the previous operation frequency and mode, push the TRANSMIT FREQUENCY CHECK switch.

TO TRANSMIT THE ALARM SIGNALS

CAUTION: Never transmit the alarm signals except when your ship is in distress.

Push the ALARM SWITCH while depressing the PTT (PushTo-Talk) switch on the microphone. and the operation frequency is set on 2182.0KHz and the mode is A3H (H3E), even if a different frequency and mode have been set previously, and international alarm signals are transmitted. At the same time. the signal tones can be heard from the speaker and the ALARM INDICATOR on the front panel is lit. The radio will be kept in the transmit mode, even if the PTT switch is released, during a period of 50 seconds.

When an antenna tuner is connected, first. the radio is set in the ANTENNA TUN ING mode. After the tuner has been tuned on 2182KHz, the radio is turned in the transmit mode automatically and transmits the alarm signals.

After the period of 50 seconds. the radio returns to the receive mode, but the operation frequency and mode will be maintained 2182KHz and A3H (H3E) respectively.

To transmit distress messages, depress the PTT switch and talk into the microphone with normal' and clear voices in the usual way.

To clear the alarm function and to return to the previous operation frequency and mode, push the TRANSMIT FREQUENCY CHECK switch.

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SECTION 5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION

5 - 1 RECEIVER CIRCUITS

5 • 1 • 1 RF aRCUITS

The received signal is passed from J606 through the 1.6MMHz high-pass filter consisting of l666 through l668 and C736 through C741. After the strong broadcast signals are removed, the signal passes the filter which is designed for the desired frequency. This filter is switched by 0606 through 0619 from among 6 band-pass filters and 1 low-pass filter.

These 7 filters are designed for the following bands:

1.6MHz ....., 3.0MHz B1 I
3 MHz""" 5 MHz B2
5 MHz- 7 MHz B3
7 MHz""" 10 MHz B4
10 MHz""" 14 MHz B5
14 MHz""" 18 MHz 1 B6
18 MHz'"'" 24 MHz B7 Then the image interference is removed and the 1 st and 2nd local oscillator frequencies leaking to the ANT terminal are suppressed by the low-pass filter consisting of L620, L621, C638 through C641, and C743. The signal is then fed to the 1 st mixer.

The 1st mixer, featuring low noise and high dynamic range, consists of JFETs 0607 and 0608, and converts the receiving signal into the 1st IF frequency of 70.4515MHz. The 1 st local oscillator frequency (70.4515MHz higher than the receiving frequency) from the PLL unit passes the high-pass filter, is amplified by 0609, has its harmonics removed by the low-pass filter, and is applied to the gates of 0607 and 0608.

The signal, converted to 70.4515MHz, passes monolithic crystal filter FI60l-B, is amplified by 0606, passes a receivel transmit switching diode 0604 and a monolithic crystal fitter F160l-A, and is fed to the 2nd mixer.

The total passband of both F1601-A and F1601-8 is 70.4515MHz ± 7.5KHz (-3dS). The AGC voltage is applied to the 2nd gate of 0606.

The 2nd mixer is a diode OBM (double balanced mixer), IC604 and is injected with the 2nd local oscillator frequency of 61.44MHz from the PLL unit. The 70.4515MHz I F frequency is converted to the 2nd I F frequency (9.0115 MHz) and is fed to the MAIN unit.

5 - 1 - 2 9.0115MHz IF CIRCUIT

The signal, converted to 9.0115MHz by the 2nd mixer in the R F unit, is amplified by 0307 after the mixer's spurious components are removed by the double tuned circuit of L305 and L306.

FI301 (FL·30) and F130~ (FL-33) are crystal filters and their passbands are 2.3KHz/-6dB and 6KHz/-6dB, respectively. 0311 switches between these two filters so that FI301 is selected when the mode switch is set to J3E (A3J) or R3E (A3A) and F 1302 is selected when the mode is H3E (A3H).

The 2nd IF signal, amplified by approx. 50dB by 0312 and 0313, is fed to the SSB detector IC302, the AM detector 0327, and the AGC detector 0323.

5 - 1 - 3 DETECTION CIRCUIT

The J3E (A3J) and R3E (A3A) signals are mixed with the 9.013MHz carrier signal at IC302, converted to AF signals, and fed to the emitter follower 0316.

The H3E (A3H) signals are converted to an AF signal at the diode detector 0327 and amplified at the buffer amplifier 0317 to match the output level in the SSB mode.

These outputs are fed to the volume control (on the front panel) and the audio controlled squelch circuit.

5 - 1 - 4 NOISE BLANKER CIRCUIT

A portion of the 2nd I F signal from L305 is fed to the noise amplifier, 0301. This signal is amplified by approx. 80dB at 0301, 0302 and 0303, and then rectified by 0301 and 0302. 0304 is the AGC amplifier for the noise amplifiers and adjusts the gain of the noise amplifiers approx. 50dB. 0305 and 0306 switch on and off the balanced noise gate consisting of 0304, 0305, 0306, and 0307.

5 - 1 - 5 AGC CIRCUIT

The voltage rectified by 0323 is amplified by 0314 and controls the AGC voltage. The AGC time constant is set to the fast attack/slow release by R372, R373, C376, and C377. The AGC voltage is applied to the 2nd gate of the RF unit 0606, MAIN unit 0307, 0312, and 0313, and is capable of a gain control of 80dS or more.

5 - 1 - 6 BFO CIRCUIT

The 9.013MHz carrier signal is generated by mixing a 10.24 MHz signal, the output of the highly stable PLL reference oscillator divided into 1/3, with a 1.227MHz signal. The 1.227MHz signal is obtained by dividing the oscillation frequency of X301 into 1/4 by CMOS IC312 to get an accurate frequency. For A3H reception, the dividing operation of IC312 is stopped to prevent beat reception.

The clarifier operates during receive by varying the bias voltage of 0346 connected in series with X301. To remove the spurious signals of the carrier, the double balanced mixer IC304 is used to mix 10.24MHz and 1.227MHz, and a filter circuit is provided at the input of each frequency. A LPF and double tuned circuit is also provided for the 9.013 MHz output to prevent the generation of spurious signals.

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5 • 1 • 7 AUDIO CONTROL LED SQUELCH CIRCUIT

A portion of the detector output signal enters the squelch circuit. The input signal is amplified by IC305 to the saturation level and a 3 through 5Hz component is detected by the F-V converter of 1C306. IC307 is a full-wave rectifier circuit and rectifies the 3 through 5Hz signal into a DC voltage. IC308 is a switch circuit with hysteresis and becomes L (low) level during audio detection. The output of 1C308 is connected to the base of 0329. The collector of 0329 switches the analog switch device IC309 and turns ON/OFF the AF signal. At the same time 0329 lights up the receive LED to indicate the squelch is opened.

5 • 1 • 8 AF POWER AMPLIFIER

IC310 is an audio power amplifier from which an output of 5W or more can be obtained. This IC has a low impedance output and has sufficient drive even if a 4 ohm speaker is externally connected in parallel with the built-in 4 ohm speaker.

5 . 2 TRANSMITIER CIRCUIT

5 • 2 • 1 BALANCED MODULATOR

Audio signals from the microphone are fed to the base of 0315 through the mic gain control R391 and amplified by 0315.

The amplified signals are fed to the double balanced modulator IC301 with the carrier signal the same as for the receiver detector.

5·2· 2 9.0115MHz IF CIRCUIT

The DSB signal generated in the balanced modulator IC301 is fed into FI301 (in the reverse direction of the receive mode) and results in the SSB signal. During transmit, FI301 is selected regardless of the operating mode and an SSB signal is obtained. The carrier signal necessary for modes other than J3E (A3J) is combined in the linear amplifiers of 0308 and 0309, following F 1301.

The transmitting IF signal is amplified to the rated output of -10dBm and then fed to the RF unit.

5 • 2 • 3 RF CIRCUITS

The 9MHz transmitting output from the MAIN unit is mixed with the 61.44MHz local oscillator signal at l611 through l612 and IC604, and converted to the 70.4515MHz IF signal. The spurious components are removed at the crystal filter FI601-A. The signal passes the transmit/receive switching diode 0605 and attenuator R645 through R647, then enters the transmitting mixer.

The attenuator acts as a matching network between F1601· A and the mixer and improves the mixer's frequency characteristics.

The transmitting mixer of 0610 and 0611 is fed the local

oscillator signal which goes into the 2nd gate. To improve the frequency characteristics, the output has a resistive load of approximately 500 ohms so that the frequency characteristics are not affected at the output, and the signal is sent through the 25MHz low-pass filter of L629, L630 and C664 through C668, then fed to 0612.

The FET amplifier 0612 has an input impedance of 470 ohms to match the low-pass filter. The drain also has a resistive load. The 2nd gate of 0612 is applied with a control voltage for protection against overcurrents and high SWR, and to control output power.

The output of 0612 is amplified by 0613. To improve the frequency characteristics at 0613, the impedance between 0612 and 0613 is low impedance so input capacitance can be ignored. Further, to compensate the frequency characteristics at the output, C673 is added to the emitter.

The output of 0613, after passing the 1.6MHz high-pass filter, passes through the attenuator of R670 through R672 and is output to the PA unit. The attenuator acts as a buffer to the PA unit. This output is approximately +6dBm when the output is 150W.

To get stable operation, the transmitting circuits are supplied with T8V regulated power supply from the MAIN unit. The local oscillator frequency amplifier circuit also is supplied with an 8V regulated power supply from IC601.

5 • 2 • 4 PA PROTECTION CIRCUIT

The voltage of the 2nd gate of 0612 is lowered and the gain is reduced for lower power to protect the final transistors from a temperature rise caused by increased collector loss of the final transistors and overcurrent due to high SWR. This is accomplished by the circuit of IC603, 0605, and 0614.

tC603B is a differential amplifier and amplifies the potential difference generated at R871 (located in the PA unit) due to the current flowing through the PA. 0614 buffers the reflected wave voltage from the SWR detector circuit in the FIL TER unit. If either or both voltages exceed the voltage determined by R614 and R681, the inverted amplifier IC603A begins amplification. Normally, the output voltage of IC603B is determined by R614 and R681 through R684. The voltage is lowered due to overcurrent or high SWR and the transmitting power is also lowered.

When the temperature rises, the voltage from J602 pin 4 (POL) turns 0605 on. The output voltage from IC603B is divided by R620 and R621 to lower the voltage and the power is lowered.

Further, when the antenna tuner is connected, the key signal turns 0603 off and 0604 on. The tuning power is set by the voltage divided by R620 and R619.

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5 - 2 - 5 PA UNIT

This unit consists of 3 boards (PA, ANT SW, and connector) and the rear panel chassis to which they are attached.

The PA board is a linear amplifier with an output of 150W and amplifies the transmitting signal from the RF unit. The ANT SW board performs antenna switching for transmit/ receive and has a protection circuit to prevent damage to the receiving unit caused by a strong input during receive when the output of an adjacent transmitter is induced by the antenna. The connector board and rear panel chassis holds the various boards and the wiring for the connectors mounted on the rear panel chassis.

5 - 2 - 6 PA CIRCUIT

The power amplifier is a 3-stage wide band linear amplifier and consists of a class A single amplifier for the input stage and class AB push-putt amplifiers for the driver and final stages. This unit produces an output of 150W PEP with an input of approximately 6dBm PEP. Further, each stage uses negative feedback and RC frequency compensation for a total gain variation of ± 1.5dB or less (at an output of 55W).

5 - 2 - 7 BIAS CIRCUIT

Although the input stage has a fixed bias due to the class A operation, the driver and final stages have adjustable biases due to their class AB operation.

The bias of the driver stage is adjusted by varying the current flowing through 0801 with R827. Further, 0801 and 0803 are thermally coupled to minimize the variations of the idling current due to temperature changes.

The final stage is provided with emitter follower 0806 since the current flow is greater than in the driver stage. The bias of the final stage is adjusted by varying with R823 the current flowing through 0802 and 0804. 0804 compensates for the voltage drop between the base and emitter of 0806. 0802 and 0804 are thermally coupled with 0806 for stability.

5 • 2 • 8 THERMAL PROTECTION CIRCUIT

To prevent the final transistors (0804, 0805) from excessive temperature rises and damage due to continuous transmitting, thermal switches SSOl and S802 are thermally coupled to 0804 and 0805, respectively. When the temperature rises, the fan motor provided for the heat sink is turned on for forced air cooling. The fan motor has 4 speeds, transmit high speed, receive high speed, transmit low speed, and receive low speed.

S802 is a 50°C thermal switch and turns on the fan for low speed when 0805 reaches approximately 50°C. At this time, resistors R832 and R834 are connected in series within the motor. S801 is a 90°C thermal switch and turns on when 0804 reaches approximately 90°C. Then R83l is added in parallel to R832 and the motor voltage is

raised. Simultaneously, the POL voltage is supplied to the RF unit to lower the transmitting output by approximately half. Further, during transmit, 0807 shorts R834 to raise the motor voltage higher than during receive, thus increasing the fan speed.

5 - 2 • 9 ANTENNA SWITCHING CIRCUIT

Separate relays are used for antenna switching for transmit and receive. The receiving unit is connected to the antenna connector by Rl852 and the transmitting unit by Rl851. The antenna connector is provided with a surge absorber to prevent damage to the transmitting and receiving units due to high voltages such as induced lightning.

Further, if there is an input at the antenna connector of1W or more during receive, its voltage is detected and the control voltage of R L852 is switched off by 0854 and 0853, The antenna is then disconnected from the RF unit to protect the receiving circuits.

A low-pass filter with a cutoff frequency of approximately 30MHz consisting of L85l, L852, C852, and C854 is provided between the receive switching relay and the receiving input of the RF unit to reduce the incidental radiation from the antenna during receive.

5·2 ·10 FILTER UNIT

This unit is located between the PA unit and the antenna connector and suppresses the harmonics found in the transmitting output from the PA unit to -65dB or below. Chebyshev low-pass filters are used and 7 filters having different cutoff frequencies are switched depending on the transmitting frequency.

Filter switching is performed by driving the relay with the signal from the LOGIC unit.

At the output is an SWR detection circuit which uses a toroidal core. The detected traveling wave voltage is sent to the MAIN unit to control the Ale and the reflected wave voltage is sent to the RF unit as a control voltage for the protection circuit used to prevent an overload on the PA stage caused by a mismatched antenna.

5 • 2 • 11 ALC CIRCUIT

A peak ALC circuit is provided so that the transmit peak level does not exceed the rated output. The traveling-wave voltage detected from the FILTER unit is amplified at operational amplifier IC303 and compared with the reference voltage set by R463 to generate the ALC voltage. This ALC voltage is applied to the 1st gate of 0309 to control the output level of the SSB signal. The ALC voltage is also inverted and amplified by the same 1C303 to light up the transmit LED.

Since the circuit for IC303 requires a negative power supply, the oscillator output from IC3ll is rectified to produce a -4V.

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5 - 2 - 12 POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT

The power supply circuit consists of 11 transistors. 0318 eliminates the chattering of the PTT switch.

Transistors 0319, 0320, 0321,0323, and 0325 switches REGs T8V and R8V on/off and controls the switching timing. 0319 also controls the linear standby relay. 0322 and 0324 clamps the line to 8V with REGs R8V and T8V, respectively. The 8V of REG 0328 is the reference for all voltages and is made especially stable. A constant current bias is applied to 0334 and is obtained after being buffered by 0327. To prevent transmissions on frequencies other than the marine band, a control signal from the LOGIC unit is applied to 0318 and a circuit is provided so that the equipment does not transmit even if the PTT switch is pressed.

5·3 PLL CIRCUITS

This unit generates 2 oscillating outputs (first and second local oscillator signals) required by the RF unit and another oscillating output (third local oscillator signal) used to produce the BFO frequency within the MAIN unit. Among these, the first local oscillator is a frequency variable output in the 72 - 95MHz band and is generated by the PLL circuit having 2 locked loops. The second and third local oscillator outputs are fixed and are produced by multiplying or dividing the reference frequency signals.

The oscillating outputs produced within this unit are all determined by a single reference frequency. Adjusting this frequency corrects all the oscillating outputs.

5 - 3 -1 REFERENCE OSCILLATOR CIRCUIT

The third overtone oscillator circuit of 010 and Xl oscillates at 30.72MHz. Since this oscillation frequency determines the frequency within the PLL unit, high stability is required. A thermostatic oven is used for X 1 and a stability of ±0.5ppm at -30°C'" +60°C is obtained.

5 - 3 - 2 SECOND LOCAL OSCILLATOR OUTPUT

The output of the reference oscillator circuit is doubled at 014, has its spurious components removed by the band pass filter of L3 - L5, and fed to the R F unit. The output is +3dBm/50 ohms at 61.44MHz.

5 • 3 - 3 THIRD LOCAL OSCILLATOR OUTPUT

The output of the reference oscillator circuit is divided by 3 at IC5 to obtain 10.24MHz. It is fed to the MAIN unit through emitter follower 0203.

5 • 3 • 4 FIRST LOCAL OSCILLATOR OUTPUT

The PLL circuit composed of 2 locked loops, a main loop and sub-loop are used. The sub-loop is used for the heterodyne signal within the main loop and the VCO output from the main loop is used for the first local oscillator output. The sub-loop causes VCO 0201 to oscillate at approximately 115'" 120MHz. This signal passes buffer amplifier 0202 and is locked by PLL ICs IC201 and IC202. The phase comparator frequency of this loop is 5KHz and varies

the dividing ratio of the programmable divider within IC201. A frequency variation of 5MHz in 50KHz steps is obtained. The locked VCO output passes through IC204 and IC203, is divided into 1/500 to a frequency of 230 - 240KHz. This is mixed by IC4 with the frequency of the reference oscillator circuit and is applied to IC3 within the main loop as a signal having a 10KHz variation in 100Hz steps within 30.95 - 30.96MHz.

The main loop switches 4 VCOs to oscillate at a frequency within 72.053MHz - 94.4529MHz, required by the first local oscillator. The lock is accomplished by the loop consisting of ICl, IC2, IC3, etc. The phase comparator frequency is 10KHz and varies the dividing ratio of the programmable divider within ICl to vary the frequency in 10KHz steps. Further, mixer IC3 is provided within the loop. The signal obtained from the sub-loop having a frequency variable in 100Hz steps is used as a heterodyne signal. This covers the frequency variation in 100Hz steps required by the first local oscillator.

The comparator frequency for both the main and sub loops is produced by dividing the frequency of the reference oscillator circuit.

5 • 3 - 5 MUTE CIRCUIT

When the lock of the main or sub loop becomes "unlocked" or when the frequency is varied, the outputs of the first and second local oscillator are blocked to prevent transmitting or receiving on a frequency other than the desired one. The unlock signal output from ICl and IC201 is given a suitable time constant by 08 and 09 and applied to 024 and 013 to stop the operation of the amplifiers in the first and second local oscillators, respectively, so that there are no outputs.

5 - 4 LOGIC CIRCUITS

All control of the receive and transmit frequencies of this equipment is performed by IC1005.

When the power is turned on, the signal from IC1008 (B) resets IC100S. The receiving and transmitting signal is fetched from the S input terminal and the frequency data stored in the RAM from the port F. (port H is for the control signal for the RAM) Next, IC1005 outputs, from port G, frequency data, PLL's N data (PLL control data), and switching data for the band pass filter and low-pass filter.

As a result of the data from port G and control signals 07 - 09, IC1006 outputs band switching data to P60 - P73 (Table 1), PLL control signals to P50 - P52, and mute signals for outside the marine bands to P40 - P41.

IC1007 buffers the outputs for the data from port G of IC1005 and the control signal from P52 of IC1006. IC1009 is the buffer for the low-pass filter switching relay. IC1008 (A) generates the mute signal output for frequencies outside 1600KHz to 23.99MHz.

5-4

TABLE 1

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P60 1.6000- 2.9999MHz Bl Ll Vl 2.0000- 2.9999MHz
P6l 3.0000- 4.9999MHz B2 L2 Vl 4.0000- 4.9999MHz
P62 5.0000- 6.9999MHz B3 L3 Vl 6.0000- 6.9999MHz
P63 7.0000 - 9.9999MHz B4 L4 V2 8.0000- 8.9999MHz
P70 10.0000 - 11.9999MHz B5 L5 V2
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P72 14.0000 - 17.9999MHz B6 L6 V3 16.0oo0-17.9999MHz
P73 18.0000", 23.9999MHz B7 L7 V4 22.0000"'" 22.9999MHz The RAM can memorize 48 channels each for receive and transmit frequencies and can store them for 5 years by means of a lithium battery.

5·5 CIRCUITS ON THE FRONT PANEL

IC1203 is a latched driver used to drive the 7·segment LEOs (OS1201-0S1206) for frequency display with data from the RAM unit.

Because the LEOs are dynamically lit, the BCD-coded signal from IC1005 in the LOGIC unit is converted to 7-segment data and passes through buffer IC1201 to light up an LED digit.

The output of IC1204 is used as a key scan signal when writing frequency data.

The output from IC1202, 01202, and 01203 is used as a control signal to light the MHz and KHz decimal points for zero blanking of the 10MHz LED.

IC1205, 01205, and 01206 comprise the key input gate for the frequency data and is used to output key scan data from IC1204 to port F of IC1005 in the LOGIC. (lC1205 uses a 3-state gate since port F is used while switching the input and output.)

S1228 is used to disable the key input and a key cannot be input in the open state.

01219 and 01213 checks for receive and transmit based on the signal from the MAIN unit and outputs to ICloo5 in the LOGIC unit.

01208 to 01212 buffer the signal for mode switch S1224 and outputs to the MAIN unit.

5 • 6 CIRCUITS ON THE MIC UNIT

This board receives the signal from the MIC connector. This board is selectable according to the type of MIC and antenna tuner.

J1303 is a connector for the MIC. The use of each pin is as follows.

1. AF

2. PTT

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5. MIC

AF output from the main board.

PTT pin. Transmits when shorted with pin 3. Ground pin for the PTT.

MIC ground pin.

MIC pin. When shipped from the factory, a DC voltage is applied but becomes input through a capacitor when W1301 is cut.

6. NC

7. AF Connected to the built-in speaker. When the speaker switch is turned· on while shorting pins 1 and 7, the built-in speaker is used.

USE OF THE SWITCHES

The 2 switches are for the antenna tuner which uses the output voltages from KEY (pin 1) and START (pin 2) of the tuner connector on the rear panel.

S1 TUNE SWITCH

1. Right side (as seen from the front): Normally, approximately 8V appears at the START pin. It is grounded when the tune switch on the front panel is depressed. (OV, sink)

2. Left side: Normally OV. Approximately 8V appears at the START pin (internal resistance approximately 1 K ohm) when the switch on the front.panel is depressed.

S2 KEY PIN SWITCH

1. Right side: Tuning operation. The tuner sinks current. (approximately 0.4mA flows out) Normally open. (8V, 22K ohm)

2. Left side: Tuning operation. Voltage appears from the tuner side. (2 - 15V) Current: 50 - 4001lA.

5 • 7 OTHER CIRCUIT

The rear panel chassis is mounted with the power input connector and other accessory connectors and serves to handle their wiring as well as those to each unit. Directly after the power connector is a reverse connection protection circuit of 0872 and 0873 which prevents damage to the equipment when the (+) and (-) terminals of the power cord have been inadvertently connected in reverse.

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1. Remove the top cover. (12 set screws <D)

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9 - 1

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REGURATED
POWER
SUPPLY

..........
Adjustment Adjustment conditions Unit Measurement location Adjustment value Unit Adjustment
point
BFO I 1. • Display frequency: Any MAIN Connect the frequency 1.226830MHz MAIN l314
FREQUENCY .MODE:A3J counter to CP310
• CLARITY:
Fully counterclockwise
12• • CLARITY: Center 1.227000MHz Roo1
3. • CLARITY: Fully clockwise 1.227160MHz - Confirming
1.227240MHz
4. Set in TRANSMIT mode. 1.227000MHz R493
5. • MODE: LSB (Left side of Connect the frequency 1.230000MHz L315
A3J) counter to CP309 (R491)
6. • CLARITY: Center 9.01000MHz in Confirming
Repeat transmitting/receiving transmitting!
receiving
7. • MODE: A3J 9.01300MHz in
Repeat transmitting/receiving transmitting/
receiving
8. .MODE:A3A 9.01300MHz in
Repeat transmitting/receiving transmitting/
receiving
9. .MODE:A3H 9.01300MHz
Repeat transmitting/receiving No output in
receiving
10. • MODE: A3J Connect the RF voltmeter Maximum output l320. L319
Set in RECEIVE mode. to CP309 (R491) l317. L318 9-2

IF'""'"~~-~----~-~---- R'493 {R19a:~ 81FO ,A,JDJ_ (1_227000M'H~~ .,======~--- L3"~' (l14), aso ACJ" (~,22~~OM H1z) ~- CP3,110 ,(tIP1101)' CHECK ~Ol Nl

I!---~" C P30i~ (CPS) C:HECK PO Hr!llT "----" L318 ~1,' :8:~ BH) OUTPUT .ADJ" ......... ~~~ L3 ~." (IL 17) B,FO 0 U1PUl ADd .

...__-~--- La']:9 (l19~' 8,FO 0 ~TPUT ADu.

~=~ , -L?;'ijO- n ""I;"'~ BIEn """'UTDUIT' Alrio II

, ,,,;;Jo~ ~U!J;!i~ orv 'U' -,' II It_ ,'~.,II"

l31 i5 (L 115~ BfO ADJ" U" 230000MHld

9 - 3 RECEIVER ADJUSTMENT

INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED CONNECTIONS
(1) VOLTAGE REGULATED POWER
SUPPLY EXTERNAL SPEAKER
: OUTPUT VOLTAGE DC 13.6V ± 15%
: CURRENT CAPACITY 30A or more OSCILLO- I ~7LL1VOLT-1
(2) STANDARD SIGNAL GENERATOR
(SSG) SCOPE METER
: FREQUENCY RANGE 0.1 - 40MHz I I
: OUTPUT LEVEL -20 - +90dB (OdB = l1-1V)
(3) AC MILLIVOLTMETER To DC POWER SOCKET I To EXT. SPEAKER JACK
: MEASURING RANGE 10mV-3V I I I I I ~&~~lCTOR I
(4) EXTERNAL SPEAKER
; IMPEDANCE 80 I ~~aL1XfeD I I STANDARD I
(5) OSCILLOSCOPE SIGNAL
: FREQUENCY RANGE DC- 20MHz ~~~tL~ GENERATOR
: MEASURING RANGE 0.01 -10V
...........
Adjustment Adjustment conditions Unit Measurement location Adjustment value Unit Adjustment
point
TOTAL GAIN 1. • Display frequency: 12MHz Rear panel Connect the AC MILLIVOLT- Adjust to maximum MAIN L3OS,L3OS
• MODE: A3J METER to EXT. SPEAKER output. L307, L311
• SPEAKER: OFF JACK L312
.NB: ON
Connect CP308 (R371) to
GND with a jumper wire to
turn AGC OFF.
Set the output level of the
SSG to OdBI-I.
2. Disconnect the jumper wire Adjust the audio FRONT VOLUME
between CP308 (R371) and level to 3V. PANEL CONTROL
GND.
Set the output level of the
SSG to approximate +50dBI-I.
3. Turn off the output of the Adjust the noise MAIN R367
SSG. level to l00mV.
NOISE 1. • Display frequency: 12MHz MAIN Connect the oscilloscope to Adjust to maximum MAIN L301-
BLANKER • MODE: A3J 0302. noise waveform on L303
.NB; ON the scope.
Apply pulse noise (S1 or
more on S meter) to the
ANT connector. 9-3

MAIN UNIT'

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...I ...!I -!I INS"~:U M E NT$ IFtEOUI RED

CONINEtTIOtNS

~ ~) VOIL 1 AGE RE,G U LATE-I) PO'WE ~ SUPPILY

: 0 umrr VOL T A.~,e

: ell R RIE ~f CAPAClrnf

,(2]' POWE,R' METE R (TERM INATE D TYPE)

~ MEASURING BANGlE :: F:REQUIE NCY RAN G E: :, IMiPEIDAN CE,

':' :S,Wfl;

Uri Af Gle N E RA lOR ,(AG)

:;, FRE,QUENC"Y RAN'G s ~ O;I!J1PUr LEVEll

~'~,) At M IILILIVOL'TMETEIR

~ MIEAS;U R~ N'G RAN G E:

DC '13:.6\1 ± ] 5% ,30A

AIF'

GiENE~A'TOfl -

PO'WIER METEA:

I

20 ~ 200W 1.6 -- ,2!5M~z ~50n

1.1 or beUe'r

AC Mil LL IVOIL T

METE R I To M~C-C UN IT' ~, J 130@ jJ13~

200 .... ,301)OHlz o ~ 300mV'

uw

Aidjil.iIS~mefil t poh'rt

Uni~

BIAS VOLT AGIE 1,. (a,)' IF;O'If' d riVier' 'trallisistolf)S

• Display h'*Que f'i!C.y': 22MIH.g '. MO DE::' A3J

.' R:}'91 {MAl rtIiJ !!,J nit};

Fu I &y eiOiY!l'uerc~oclbMSe.

Set 'i n lRAN SM IT mo-d~.

PA

Dasolder' at the' csnter at:

L.:8,l'7 rc ~80 i l w~tih 6 bead cores, ,a'f'i!d eermeet a IDC :a m meter tlhelfe iin :5'eri es.

fA

(Ib) For finall 2

tr.a'IlIS,i!i3tQIfS

Aiea ~ of:"! assls Desolde~r at CPS"11 jan 600n1lA

lntersecticn of Ref] .a rn di Ft812')

at W837, ill flIdi ";'0 [:1! F'! ,e: Cl; {II DC

am met,eli' there' ilrJl :seri es,

PA UINIT

IR8:27 (R,il) SilAS ADJ.

(FOR ID:FtIVIEIFt 'TRANSISTORS, t 1 OOmAU

L8:1 7 (L 1 7} CHlEC1K POINT {fOR D'IRIIVIE Ft T1RANSIS:TORS~

REA,R PANE,L

+

_.

('" IL......_.~~=---....!I --

........ II -

~~~UO:>I]

~ :...r- .~ ~ I~' ~' __ ,

R73 .~ I fl7:l ~_!=':"'=~~~==~" _'

'9:" 4'-

":", I_I '.'

TRANSIMliITER A,DJIU,SlME:NT' (Contl'nued)

FtF

,Adl]tilstnm IS tilt: poil!'l!l

TMNSlMlll OUTPUT

'1. • C'i'sp~1i!Y fr~qll.l!eru;;,y; 22M Hz: ... MlODE:::: A3J

.set the, fre'qltll9;rtcy ef 'th~ A.G t'9 1.5KHz. ,and the ,ou~put: ~Ia'!,l\ed to' g'9t the 'lRANSMIIT OUllput of 2J) - :3OW"

CiQ'~ n ~ct th~' RIF POWE,R Ad,illJ;st to InnH!;ilx:i m~m MAlIN

MII:TER 'to ttlJ.i~ ,ANT connecter, O'U1:PUIt.

L626

:2. .. MnD!E,~ A3H

.. f.%En ,2 (A:f' unit):,

FUIII/v' ICflodk.wi!H~ SIIiJ!J 1l1~ CP'606 (IFt694~ ,of ~ F' U!tl~t .and Cfi3'111 (R4.66~ of MAIN 1!JIlfllit 'to the 9 1f'O'!JI m,d with al

~ IJ.jlmpQ~' wilr'9' Ir'9~p 9ct.\lely.

3. Remo';(·e the jumlP:er Ibahiv,e@n CP6:06 ~ R694) of IR~ Iill nit ~ n1ld gr'Qund",

Connect DC volltrir'H~te~~' 'to CPS,'06 ~IR694).

,Adljll1st to mif!i~ fiJilltj m FilL iE R vlQ,litaga-

ALe

4. ...... 5W ~'carr~er POW~IFll

~ " .' lDisp~aJY beq ~ency:

aU bands

Conne,ct ttlQ Rf IP'OWEIR AdJliut R47'4 to get MlAl N

MlEiiE R to the ANT co n ifH~ctOlr. 40 .... 5fN!l ~!c,8ir~ief

pO'W9'r) .

IR463

RIF UN~l

• 'MOUE:AJH

Set ii n TRAN S M rr Mode.

3· '. Diispl~ry ~r'~q u i$lW!i(:y::: ~ 2:M Hz >iii MODE: A3J

S~t the 'outp Ult o,f the AG to ~ ,,5KlHv~ iOOm'V.

9 =~ .

.....

M~IIN IU'NIT

Fil TEIR UINIT'

:~OC:.: .. !!!:':l. ~ _MtL_

C.P31l (CP11)

R463 ~ R6'13l ALe A[)J u Sl"ME NT

L3 ~ 0 (l1 O~ T'RAN SM rr 0 1J1PUr Adisut R4 7'4 ~If.ll 74) A LC AD~USlM E N T

R4!.72 ~'R 1172) ALe AIlJ U SiM ENi

Ii=. __ ~====== LaOg (L9'~ TiRA.NSMI'i OUTPUl' ,A..dj~st

POW~IF '0 own wh,en iru::r~:!I:sij Fli'g 'tempe~(l1,U re.,

ANTENINA TIUNER CONTlROL

A,F'

Ad,i,u:!Mfn!9'lffIt po'inlt

Unit

1 " .' D''i:s.pl ay 'fre,qlu a,Fie,y:: :2:2MH'z • MODE: A3J

Fmg~ ~:AF un~t}:

FLiI Uy. CtHLJ nt,erol,oc:kwise StJ u nt C P'l11 of MAliN unit .'0 9 rQ11,JI nd with @ ]Ulffiper w;i~e"

S'at Ule Oil.it~ ut of AlG to 1,5KHzJ1 aOmv.

R~fI;dI t:ne arnrneter ,r;;)<Ij'{lI'liii ded i!f!I the p~r SlilPP Iy, Or conn';N;:.t: :iii ri anUIllI~t(tr to lh~ powElI1r c;alble, Tffil sertes.

N'OI~e: ,Adljt.ES't R6cl2: t!U m~ mg g r.a,d iU ailly.

,A:ft~n" ~djliJs1.melnt; r;em@v'e the' jlJll'f!pelr wire' bet\¥eelm CP31'~ ,of MAliN Il;Iln'it: !fInrj GND.

1. .. Di$pl~Y' f'requerlJCY: tZM Hz, • MODE: A3H

COIFli neet Hli,e both t~ rrnine lis 'Oof

S8:0 ~ 0'1 PA unlit wiith til ,iumper wi re an c] Stet in TFtAN:S M~T mode.

Con meet the R ~ POWE Ii ,3W

MI~lE,R to the' ANrT 00r! n acta r.

m~

L621

a-lOW

Connect. the AIF POWE Ft MEirE R '~O the ANT cornrnecter.

1 . .. IDiisp~ay 'frli3iq lJe riley:, 112 M H'!]; '.' MO[)E ': A3 H

.Aftil3'f 'oonhrm i Inlg no' M Ie lin p!!.J t,

connect 0113fi2: c'ai~h,ode' of MIC-C WI ~it 'to G NO. w~tlh a

ju mlPer wi Fe .

.And ~iij:~: i m lFlAN'SM ~T mode'.

~--------------------~----------~--------------------~~==~=----==---~--------~--------~I

Nlote: Set the ad] u st'i fI1 g: va 1!lJ e 'to roqll,lilr,~d ii ri'lput pOiWElJr !)f tfH:~ AINTE:N NlA. lUNEIA: be i n'9 used,

.. O;isp lay freq uencv: 2'2MHz • MODIE: A3J

R3El'1I ~ MAl N u n i~)::

FIlii I ny Cl)'lJI nrerele c!kwis~' S,et iifi lRAi.NSMll Mode.

Con n e!Ct R F v!O[ltm~~ar or ::!i,peittl"iU m anslvzer to th€! AINT' connecter

,Ad~ ust to

rn iilliimu m earrier output

~ - 65dlB or Ill$ 3 S),

MAIINI

CAFtRIEIFt '~ .

SUPPiRESSION

IFt3;n~ R361

RF UINIT'

R612 ~1iH.2) lc APC' AD.UJS.'fM E]\,n',,------~==. RS ~ '9 (Fl:19~' ANT. TLJ N'!: R CO NTRO L ,A)DJ" --;;

Fi:621 t Ft2:1) Adljust t!O IPOW'e!r ,down, when, iII'llCir'Ei:aI~il'llg tem p~lratulr€!,.

9 - 6,

MAlliN UNleT

MIIC;..C UNliT'

IPA UNIT'

CPS1 ~ ~CP1'~]o R89'1 l(fUn) RF GA! N co ~1iROiL

-IRJ79 ~IR191~ C:alv'rie~' $UlP'pr@~~iQn ~dju:st 1===. R38'1 ,[IR81) Ca ~lrie'~· suppress'i-on ~djust

o

.

sen fflHEIFtMAl SWlirClHI)' PUT·O fNJ 0004· (OA)

SECTION 10 VOLTAGE (CIRCUIT) DIAGRAMS

RF UNIT CIRCUIT AND VOLTAGE DIAGRAM

Q602

CPG04

IC+ I~I---+-.., 1 c- IIJ'I----+-.., POllot--- ......

RI

06

Q614

FH-B

GIll R637

R692

C6!;1

R646

R645

13.8 AGC

RS P602

T8 70-94MHz I LO (~- .......

+1-5dBm

Q609

_ DC Voltage by 50K,Q·V multimeter

10 - 1

C735 C738

[741 J606

C7 7i9 1 RANT

I'...J 0

;tE ;t~

R619 87 18 ~ 24MHz
86 14"'- 18 rr
85 10 '"V 14
84 7"-' 10
IC6038 83 5~ 7
~ 82 3"-' 5
81 1.6"'- 3.0 " C677 C679

"t1~L

o <D

<Xl ...J

~;t

MAIN UNIT CIRCUIT AND VOLTAGE DIAGRAM

Q307

R359 C

/ ..

"' r-

(') n:

'"

(') o

13.8 J~I
AG C
R8 I,..,
I~
T8 '!!
._ (')
n:
P301
IF ? R329 CP302

A3H A3H A3A TED

10 - 2

R426 .------<_-----

~ De Voila,

o N

(') (')

.. ..

U U

CP315

Ii!Iiii DC Voltage by 50KQ-V multimeter

PA UNIT CIRCUIT AND VOLTAGE DIAGRAM

5802

M~F801 - 8--- M

FAN I

I

L ~

P871 POL IC IC REF

R817 Q805

Q807

Base Collector Emitter

S801ls802 R(V)IT(V) R(V) IT(V) R(V) IT(V)

OFFloFF 4.q 17.9 13 113 13 113

OFF I ON 0 16.7 9.2 16.2 4.0 16.0

ON I ON 0 17.4 11.5 111.0 5.0 16.8

m DC Voltage by 50KD-V multimeter

10 - 3

._--- -- -- --- ----,

,

I

P802

r---------------~

, (ANT SW) :

, ,

I

J880 ANT

4

R816

T8

I I I ,

I I I ,

, ,

RiD' Tm I ,

, ,

I I

R857 R~Tm ,

_______________ _J

R8

~GND

+

~==~-.~~~~~~III(E}

HV ,-----\ C8741 DC IN

'----jF871 F872

P873

ACS I

a:: w Z ::>. I--

lID (CONNECTOR) -

N reo _j

FILTER UNIT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

REF FOR

P902 LI

L......Q-K)I L2 ~:H<)I L3 ,__-<>-+<) 1 L4 ---(:H<)I L5

r---D-KJI L6 L7

10 - 4

MIC-C UNIT CIRCUIT AND VOLTAGE DIAGRAM

v o rt)

a:

w 0 uuCJ)-zww --a..a..wa..a.. ~~CJ)(f)(f)CJ)(f)

01302

RI310

KEYI It] KEY2aJ6

2 18

SI302

KEY

KEY I DJII KEY2E16

QI305

c

DI;] TUNEm

EK!] DC Voltage by 50KD-V multimeter

10 - 5

JI303 AF PTT PTTE MICE MIC

AF

PLL UNIT CIRCUIT AND VOLTAGE DIAGRAM

J3

VI V2 V3 V4

JI

HA HB HC HD LA LB LC LD CPS O+--+H HR LR

EiJ UNLOCK_

[§] [f]

rm~1.3Vp-PV

10.24MHz

m ~ ~

M1400mvp-p ~14.8VP-P M13SVP-p 230 240KHz

5.12MHz

10 - 6

_Q22 R75 - 01-04
VCOON
Q2 B-O.7V
C-OV
CXI VCO OFF
IG B-OV

V3 C-5V
Q3
V4

Q4 QI

Q24

OflDmvrms

C52 C50

..--.IIJIJ'oo--F~1i

PI

3LO

30.72MHz f!!IBmvrms

(§] [I] (§J ~ '\ f\

~-=r1.3VP-P '\J\l36omvp-p V'v-1150mvP-P ·~O.5

5.12MHz 2V 30.72MHz

f\JU\__12.1VP-P '\J\11.5VP-P Alii DC Voltage by high inpebance meter

IO.24MHz IO.24MHz _ mV RF Voltage by RF millivolt meter

.. DC Voltage by 50KrI·V multi meter

ICI008

E 8 A

S3 S2 SI SO

5V

LOGIC UNIT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 6 ,+,
DB3 5 D P I

Q
3T@02
I!)
S:> R I'
JIOII a: .. ~ 4 ~~ ~ :> <:
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10 ~~ 0 0::

0

0 I

-
I-
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N~ <: I!) N:
0 o~ N: ~~~ ~ ..
J.!.212 ~ a:~ ~ .. a: .. ~ 0::
____, 0::
0
0 _.)
10 I-' I
10 I--' I
6 30 I'
RI022 5 N
10 I-- ~ Il. I"') C\J - 0 cr r1- D3 D2 VDD 0
~ ~ m m m ~
10 o 0 0 DBO 13 22 0::1""'''
FO GO
10 JIOIOI tOO 0 0 0 0 _QJ DBI ~ 14 23
FI GI

10 r--------- ------, DB2 15 F2 G2 24 t
I I
10 I I DB3 16 F3 G3 25
10 I RAM UNIT I R 1021 ,..L ...... f---<
I I ADO 28 10
I- I ~ ~ HO D7
I- I ADI 29 I I
-- ~ _______________ J V-- HI D8
AD2 I ~
JI00910 0 0000000004' I V-- H2 D9
ADIO 2 H3 --
> 2 --I .__ I-
CJ) <Xl I'- (() 10 <;t I"') C\J _ 0 ICI005
10 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 D4 7
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XIN D6 9
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0:: .... <:
CIO:~ ~~ DO 3
RIOlO X OUT D3 ~
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---I\fo.I'-
RIOI I RESET 18
--I'll ;:1~~3
J 21 S VSS CN c
JI013 26~ 27
Ie~R1013 <: > .. 0
~, ~S c
10-lW'--~ - ~~ : >-
0:: -r
10 RI.4AOI4 1
-vyy l~ ~
10 RI ••• 015
-vyV ~T
10 RI.AAAOI6 rePIDD3
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10 RI,A" 017 l
-vyy
10 RI.AAAOI8
-vyV
10 CI016
OCPIOO2
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CIOII .~ 141 141
J!£I~ J, ~ ... VDD VDD
ICIOIO IC IC
I~ r -yyy
RI019 RI044 1007 1005
~'l .AA IN OUT VSS VSS
' .. ~zi l~ CJ) 0
r-1 GND ~ ... zi~ 7~ ~
L-..ll!) + ill ~ I~ ~ uI "'~ o
L1001g z= ... ~ u u
u,,~ ;tu ,,~ 5V TMU 8lK TCO

Y5 ADO ADI AD2 lE

GC

D80 D81 D82 D83 KEY

E T/R 13.8

10 - 7

...,

ICI007 JI005
r"'"""I
GO 6 4 ...j ro HA
5 a fa H8
GI I 3 -0 HC
co
~.~ 2 b -o HD
a: ,. RI029 G2 8 10 ...__ 'o LA
~1, if'" ~ 1-0 L8


G3 13 II 1-0 LC
y ~ I j..{) LD
- -C) CPS
......
~ HR
LA LR
-
- 01003

WI037 o-

-h

P53 .... 1_4_

13-

P52~== __ ~ ===

P51 tli~2==== __ +-~~~~~r- _

P50l.! I g g

o 0

'_~~-~I co ~

g ~i" ~~ ,. ~~ ~ ~ ......, J~06

"j~ j~.~ .~" 0 !'_1030 ... ' '01 BI

b~----+-+--4-'_--'--======l R I 031 '\'" -0 82

P60 I 5 1 R I 032 • I.A_ rO 83

P61 16 __ 'Y.. 1-

R 1033 AAA_.() 84

17 _ r- "tY.. I ......

P62 TR1034AAA. kl 85

18 _ ..... I ......

P63 U~U:b RI035" .. -() B6

P70 19 '... _

._. ..... RI036AAA I.a 87

P71 ro" ~

Diol7 __

P72 21 RI037

P73 22 "'" JI007 ~

CE VSS D I 009* Ir-"'IL-_---{~r,,)_l:____--l'roi V I

41 .26 DIOIO~_: .r----11. ~I fa V2

'--+ 0 10" --.... rl-..ln.1 10 V 3

"" 0 1012 ~ -J ,.._ T I_I Loo V4

D I 0 I 3 _:.;_ r- co L-J C

L---~+-~-t1-t--~~~:!:. 0 PIOOI

D 1014 .. _.

.... <.)

D1015 ..........

.....

-." ~

Ir- -vy_.

RI046

(

VDD

27 RO ---L-l-+"H--,-,

_j_.J._.j-+-+-4-=28::-. R I ---L-l--+-H __ ,_2, R2

-L--l-+--+-+.....J.._3, R 3

-

- 23 SO

_J_~-+--t----:l

-L~+-~ ~2~~ SI

6 STD -l-++++--:1

W-+-+-+ __ 5., MSI C 1006

-

-

..........

CPIOOI

01.01~ 7 40

._ ........ --I'"I P

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--l....IIIIl.8 P41

- ......

01020

I

ICI008

DI022 ......_

I ~"':

"'~y-

II r RI039 '"

;~ :::m._

~~~Q~

~-12

T 0 -

PI002

R

JI008

-W-+-+HI.-::---;-J" L I 002,....., ~ L I

I 6 ~ ../""X"'\...._j f----\-'-'

~~I~N~I~O~UT-TnLl-~~~~ I~

-, 2 LI~ tV L2

.......!.§. IN2 OUT - v --=-:-0 1 .() L3

• LI_O~ _

14 IN3 OUT~ :- v = .() 4

...__-.., 4 LI~ L

13 IN4 OUT =- v ~- T ~ L5

- 12 IN5 OUT 5 LI~ -r'-'

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IlPC1037H (DOUBLE BALANCED MODULATOR)

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( I Terminal No. Connection
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7 Carrier Input Maximum Ratings

Item Symbol Rating Unit
Power supply voltage Vee 9 V
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Power dissipation Po 270 mW
Operation temperature TOPT -30 - +65 'C
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Storage temperature TSTG -40 - +125 'C IlPC1181H (AUDIO POWER AMPLIFIER)

PIN CONNECTION

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Maximum Ratings

Item Symbol Rating Unit
Peak power supply voltage (200 ms) Vee (SURGE) 40 V
Power supply voltage (when no signal) VCC1 25 V
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Circuit current ICC(PEAK) 4.5 A
Power dissipation Po 12 W
Operation ambient temperature *2 TOPR -30 - +75 'C
Storage temperature TSTG -55 - +150 'C *1 *2 Aluminum heat sink (100 x 100 x 1 mm)

11 - 1

TC4011BP (QUAD 2-INPUT POSITIVE NOR GATE) TC4013BP (DUAL D-TVPE FLIP FLOP)

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PIN CONNECTION

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Power supply voltage Voo Vss-0.5 - Vss +20 V
Input voltage VIN Vss-0.5 - Voo +0.5 V
Output voltage VOUT Vss-0.5 - Voo +0.5 V
Input current lIN ± 10 mA
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Storage temperature TSTG -65 -150 °C
Read temperature and time TSOL 260°C . 10 sec. SN74lS90N (DECODE COUNTER)

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SO(9) 2 Maximum Ratings

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Power supply voltage Vee -0.5 - +7 V
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Input voltage V
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11 - 2

J,lPD4503 (HEX NON-INVERTING 3-STATE BUFFER)

PIN CONNECTION

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Power supply voltage Von -0.5 - +18 V
Input voltage V,N Vss -0.5 - Voo +0.5 V
Input current l'N 10 rnA
Output voltage VOUT Vss -0.5 - Von +0.5 V
Output current 10 25 rnA
Power dissipation Po 200 mW
Storage temperature TSTG -65 -150 °C TC4511BP (BCD TO 1-SEGMENT LATCH/DECODER/DRIVER)

PIN CONNECTION

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Maximum Ratings

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Power supply voltage Von Vss-0.5 - Vss +20 V
Input voltage V,N Vss-O.S - Voo +0.5 V
Output voltage VOUT Vss-O.S - Vco +0.5 V
Input current l'N ± 10 rnA
Power dissipation Po 300 mW
Storage temperature TSTG -65 - 150 °C
Read temperature and time TSOL 260°C· 10 sec. *1 When output is H

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M50781SP (INPUT/OUTPUT EXPANDER)

PIN CONNECTION

Chip enable input Mode select input Strobe data input

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Input voltage VI Vss -0.3 - Voo +0.3 V
Output voltage *1 Vo Vss-O.3 - Voo +0.3 V
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Operation ambient temperature TOPR -10 - +70 °C
Storage temperature TSTG -40 - +125 °C . *1 If Vss terminal is standard *2 Ta-25°C

11 - 4

M5218L (DUAL LOW-NOISE OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER)

PIN CONNECTION

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Power dissipation 800 mW
Operating temperature -20 - +75 °C
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UT· .. 20 ALA,RIM UNIT ,(OPTI'ONI)

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UT-20 ALARM UNIT

This gives installation instructions for the optional alarm unit, UT-20. Please read all instructions carefully before installation to get maximum performance and full value from the radio.

PREPARATION

Before performing any work on the radio, make sure that the power cord is unplugged from the radio.

Remove the top cover by unscrewing the six screws on the top, and the three screws on each side.

ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE

1. Unplug the connectors inserted to J1, J2 and J3 on the MIC-C unit.

2. Remove the MIC-C unit by unscrewing the three screws retaining the unit.

3. Install the optional unit UT-20 at the position where the MIC-C unit was installed previously.

4. Insert the connectors, which were connected to J1, J2 and J3 of the MIC-C unit previously, to J1, J2 and J3 of the UT-20 respectively.

5. Insert the 4-pin plug from the UT-20 to J306 (indicated as J6 on the board) of the MAIN unit.

6. Remove the WINDOW FRAME by unscrewing the WINDOW FRAME RETAINING SCREWs and the uHF" label located between the frequency display and speaker on the front panel.

7. You will find the shaft of the alarm switch there. Screw the supplied red button into this shaft.

8. Replace the WINDOW FRAME as before and attach the supplied" ALARM" label to the position just above the switch.

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9. Turn R1339 (indicated as R39 on the board) of the UT-20 fully counterclockwise, and set the switches "TUNE" and "KEY" as before (the same positions as the MIC-C unit; refer to the instruction manual of the IC-M100). Please refer to the instruction manual of the IC-M100 for further detail.

10. Connect a dummy load or terminated power meter to the antenna connector on the rear panel. Push the alarm switch newly installed and adjust R1339 so that proper modulation is obtained.

CAUTION: Never transmit the alarm signals into an antenna when adjusting.

OPERATION

The international alarm signal can be automatically transmitted on 2182 KHz by pushing the ALARM SWITCH newly installed.

TO TEST THE ALARM FUNCTION

When the radio is set in the receive mode, by just pushing the ALARM SWITCH, the operation frequency is set on 2182.0 KHz and the mode is A3H (H3E), even if a different frequency and mode have been set previously, and international alarm Signal tones can be heard from the speaker and the ALARM INDICATOR (located next to the ANTENNA TUNER TUNING INDICATOR on the front panel) is lit. The tones will be made for a period of 50 seconds.

To stop the tones, push the ALARM switch again.

To clear the alarm function and to return to the previous operation frequency and mode, push the TRANSMIT FREQUENCY CHECK switch.

TO TRANSMIT THE ALARM SIGNALS

CAUTION: Never transmit the alarm signals except when your ship is in distress.

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F'~ s ~ the A1A.R:IMI SWITCHI 'wlh i Ie dep ressil "'91 the· PTI' (P'~ sh· l'o~ Tt~ ~'k) switch on the m ItCrQpholrH3',1 and 'the operat lon freq UJ en,cy is set 0 ril 218;,2.0 KHz' a nd the mode, is. ,A3IH I~H3E), even if ;81 d lffere nt freq u encv aad rn ode have been set prevlouslv, a nd 'Ii ntern atlona I all arm s ug n a Is, are tr a n sm ~tte dt At ,the same time, the s'iig Il,a ~ to nes cain be hea rd from the spea ker ;iBM'!1 d th e A LA.R MI ~ ~II[MG,AJ'OR on th e front IDa n~11 i:s ~ it. The radio 'wi II b e ~e p:t il n the tra ns m it m ode, eVIB n 'i'f dil e:

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Whe n an a nten na tu liiler lis can neeted, lby push i In 9 the ALAIR M SWITCHI, 'f~ rst the, UJI In e r ls tu r:iled UIP then the a I a HTI :5:1gl riIIal~ is tra nsm lneo, If you do not prefe f thls fu nctl 0 n.r cut the 'Ilead ()if W'132:3 r~ ndlcated as W23 on tlh e lb oc8J11rd) 0 n the UT~2:0.

When a f1l a nten na t IlJ ne r is, eon r1I ected, jf~ rst, the r ad i 0 is set in the AINTE N NA TUliN IIIIN G mode, A',f1N~H- the tu ne if rn a s been U,J! In e'd on ,218,2 KHz'", the, raid lo is tu rn ed ~ n the trSlirl :smiiit mode a uto m atlea Ily an d tre nsm its the al~ arm :8;i'9 ~ a I s,

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Aftelr ,a period of 50 :SH3'OO ncs, the Ilfadii;o, retu rn s to 'the receive mode, but the' operatl 0 n freq ue Filey and mod €' w'~ IIII be m a i ntEllii'ln'e d 2;'182' KHlz' an d A'3,H (IH3IE:~ respeetive liy.

To tran smit diatress messages, depress the prl-~' swlteh a nd ita I ~ ~ nto the. m ierop ~ one with a no rmlall a fiild clea r voice in a usua II 'way.

Tc clear the ailialirm function and 19 return to 'the previous o peraf on frequ ency a n d mode, push the TRANSIM IT IFAIE,·, QUE NICY C:H ECK sw'lItch.

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SECTION 14 PARTS LIST
PLLUNIT PLLUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
IC1 IC M54929P FI1 Crystal Filter FL-69 (30M15A)
IC2 IC M54466L
IC3 IC IlPC1037H Xl Crystal CR-64 (30.72MHz)
1C4 IC IlPC1037H
IC5 IC SN74LS90N Ll Coil LW-19
IC7 IC TA78L008AP L2 Coil LS-94
1C8 IC 1lA7805 L3 Coil LS-114
IC201 IC M54929P L4 Coil LS-114
IC202 IC M54466L L5 Coli LS-114
IC203 IC SN74LS90N L6 Coil LAL04NA 102K
IC204 IC M54459L L7 Coil EL0810SKI-l0l
L8 Coil LS-162
01 Transistor 2SC945P L9 Coil LA-244
02 Transistor 2SC945P L10 Coil LA-254
03 Transistor 2SC945P L11 Coil LB4R36
04 Transistor 2SC945P L12 Coil LB4R23
05 FET 2SK30AY L13 Coil LW-17
06 FET 2SK30AY L14 Coil FL5Hl01K
Q7 Transistor 2SC1571G L15 Coil FL5Hl01K
08 Transistor 2SA1015Y l16 Coil LR-79
09 Transistor 2SC945P L17 Coil LB-135
010 Transistor 2SC945R L18 Coil LW-19
011 Transistor 2SC383TM L19 Coil LR-79
013 Transistor 2SC3399 L20 Coil LB·135
014 Transistor 2SC383TM L21 Coil LW-19
015 FET 2SK241Y L22 Coil LR-79
016 Transistor 2SC383TM L23 Coil LB-135
017 Transistor 2SC383TM L24 Coil LW-19
018 FET 2SK192AGR L25 Coil LR-79
019 FET 2SK192AGR L26 Coil LB-135
020 FET 2SK192AGR L27 Coil LW-19
021 FET 2SK192AGR L28 Coil BT01RN1-A61
022 Transistor 2SC383TM L29 Coil LAl03NAR56M
023 Transistor 2SC383TM l30 Coil LAL04NA101K
024 Transistor 2SC945P L201 Coil LB-113
025 Transistor 2SC383TM L202 Coil LW-19
026 Transistor 2SC383TM L203 Coil FL5H 101K
0201 FET 2SK192AGR L204 Coil LAL04NA 101 K
0202 Transistor 2SC763C L205 Coil LAL04NA101K
0203 Transistor 2SC945P L206 Coil LAL04NA101K
02 Zener Diode R05.1EB2 R2 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
04 Diode lSS53 R3 Resistor 4.7K ELR25
05 Diode 1SS53 R4 Resistor 10K ELR25
07 Diode 1SS53 R5 Resistor 470 ELR25
08 Diode lSS53 R6 Resistor 220 ElR25
09 Diode 1SS53 R7 Resistor 47 R25
010 Diode lSS53 R8 Resistor 47 ELR25
011 Diode 1SS53 R9 Resistor 100 ELR25
012 Varactor Diode FC52M Rl0 Resistor 15K ElR25
013 Varactor Diode lSV50E Rl1 Resistor lK R25
014 Varactor Diode lSV50E R12 Resistor 470 ELR25
015 Varactor Diode lSV50E R17 Resistor 10K ELR25
016 Diode 1SS53 R18 Resistor 220 ELR25
017 Diode 1SS53 R19 Resistor 22K ElR25
018 Diode lSS53 R20 Resistor 100 ElR25
019 Diode lSS53 R21 Resistor 8.2K R25
020 Zener Diode R05.1EB2 R22 Resistor lK R25
022 Diode 1SS53 R24 Resistor 100 ElR25
023 Diode lSS53 R25 Resistor 100 ElR25
0201 Varactor Diode lSV50E R26 Resistor 470 ELR25
14-1 PLLUNIT PLLUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
R27 Resistor 220 ELR25 R93 Resistor 47 ELR25
R28 Resistor 100 ELR25 R94 Resistor 10K R25
R29 Resistor 47 ELR25 R95 Resistor 10K R25
R30 Resistor 3.3K ELR25 R96 Resistor 10K R25
R31 Resistor 47K ELR25 R97 Resistor 10K R25
R32 Resistor 10K ELR25 R98 Resistor 47K R25
R33 Resistor 10K ELR25 R99 Resistor 47K R25
R34 Resistor 220 ELR25 R100 Resistor SRW1P10-J
R35 Resistor 220 ELR25 R101 Resistor 120 R50X
R37 Resistor 2.7K ELR25 R103 Resistor 47 ELR25
R38 Resistor 390 ELR25 R107 Resistor 47K ELR25
R39 Resistor 1K R25 R109 Resistor 3.3K ELR25
R40 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 R201 Resistor 33K ELR25
R41 Resistor 1.8M ELR25 R202 Resistor 1K R25
R42 Resistor 1K ELR25 R204 Resistor 33K ELR25
R43 Resistor 1K ELR25 R205 Resistor 10K ELR25
R44 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 R206 Resistor 470K ELR25
R45 Resistor 1K R25 R207 Resistor 470K ELR25
R46 Resistor 10K R25 R208 Resistor 180 ELR25
R47 Resistor 100 R25 R209 Resistor 150 ELR25
R48 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R210 Resistor 5.6K ELR25
R49 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R211 Resistor 1.2K ELR25
R50 Resistor 10K ELR25 R212 Resistor 330 ELR25
R52 Resistor 27K ELR25 R213 Resistor 150 R25
R53 Resistor 22K ELR25 R214 Resistor 4.7K R25
R54 Resistor 22K ELR25 R215 Resistor 2.2K R25
R55 Resistor 47K ELR25 R216 Resistor 2.7K ELR25
R56 Resistor 100K ELR25 R217 Resistor 2.7K ELR25
R57 Resistor 100K ELR25 R218 Resistor 390 ELR25
R58 Resistor 150 ELR25 R219 Resistor 22K ELR25
R59 Resistor 3.3K ELR25 R220 Resistor 220 R25
ROO Resistor 100K ELR25 R221 Resistor 470 R25
R61 Resistor 100K ELR25
R62 Resistor 150 ELR25 C3 Ceramic 47P 50V CH
R63 Resistor 3.3K ELR25 C4 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R64 Resistor 100K ELR25 C5 Electrolytic 10 16V
R65 Resistor 100K ELR25 C6 Ceramic 82P 50V TH
R66 Resistor 150 ELR25 C7 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R67 Resistor 3.3K ELR25 C8 Ceramic 82P 50V TH
R68 Resistor 100K ELR25 C9 Ceramic 10P 50V
R69 Resistor 100K ELR25 C10 Ceramic 68P 50V
R70 Resistor 150 ELR25 C11 Ceramic 47P 50V
R71 Resistor 3.3K ELR25 C12 Ceramic 100P 50V
R72 Resistor 180 ELR25 C17 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R73 Resistor 33 ELR25 C19 Ceramic 0.001 50V
R74 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 C20 Ceramic 0.001 50V
R75 Resistor 220 ELR25 C21 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R76 Resistor 330 ELR25 C22 Ceramic 8P 50V
R77 Resistor 22 ELR25 C23 Ceramic 1P 50V
R78 Resistor 220 ELR25 C24 Ceramic 8P 50V
R79 Resistor 22K ELR25 C25 Ceramic 1P 50V
ROO Resistor 100 ELR25 C26 Ceramic 8P 50V
R81 Resistor 560 ELR25 C27 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R82 Resistor 10K ELR25 C29 Ceramic 470P 50V
R83 Resistor 47K ELR25 C30 Ceramic 470P 50V
R84 Resistor 10K ELR25 C31 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
R85 Resistor 220 ELR25 C32 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R86 Resistor 10K ELR25 C33 Electrolytic 47 10V
R87 Resistor 100 ELR25 C34 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R88 Resistor 100 R25 C35 Ceramic 6P 50V
R89 Resistor 220 ELR25 C36 Ceramic 6P 50V
ROO Resistor 22K ELR25 C37 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R91 Resistor 10K ELR25 C38 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R92 Resistor 470 ELR25 C39 Ceramic 47P 50V 14- 2

PLLUNIT PLLUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C40 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C106 Ceramic 10P 50V CH
C41 Ceramic 0,001 50V C107 Trimmer CTZ51A
C42 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C108 Ceramic 47P 50V CH
C43 Ceramic 43P 50V C109 Ceramic 12P 50V CH
C44 Ceramic 51P 50V C110 Ceramic 6P 50V CH
C45 Ceramic 82P 50V C111 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C46 Ceramic 15P 50V C112 Ceramic 1P 50V
C47 Ceramic 62P 50V C113 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C48 Ceramic 150P 50V C114 Barrier Lay 0,047 25V
C49 Ceramic 120P 50V C115 Electrolytic 100 10V
C50 Ceramic 56P 50V C116 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C51 Ceramic 330P 50V C117 Ceramic 22P 50V
C52 Ceramic 68P 50V C118 Ceramic 22P 50V
C53 Ceramic 150P 50V C119 Ceramic 47P 50V
C54 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C120 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C55 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C121 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C56 Ceramic 0,001 50V C122 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C57 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C124 Ceramic 47P 50V
C58 Ceramic 0.0022 50V C125 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C59 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C126 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C60 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C127 Ceramic 47P 50V
C62 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C128 Electrolytic 47 10V
C63 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C129 Electrolytic 100 16V
C64 Electrolytic 47 10V C130 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C65 Array B7ZC0717-32N C131 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C66 Electrolytic 47 10V C132 Electrolytic 47 10V
C67 Barrier Lay 0,047 25V C133 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C68 Barrier Lay 0,1 16V C134 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C69 Ceramic 0.001 50V C135 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C70 Ceramic 0,001 50V C136 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C71 Electrolytic 50V C137 Electrolytic 10 16V
C72 Electrolytic 100 10V C139 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C73 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C140 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C74 Barrier Lay 0,047 25V C141 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C75 Electrolytic 1 50V BP C143 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C76 Ceramic 30P 50V CH C146 Ceramic 100P 50V
C77 Ceramic 30P 50V CH C147 Ceramic 5P 50V
C78 Trimmer CTZ51C C201 Array B7ZC0717-32N
C79 Ceramic 47P 50V CH C202 Mylar 0,01 50V
C80 Ceramic 12P 50V CH C204 Ceramic 0,0022 50V
C81 Ceramic 12P 50V CH C205 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C82 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C206 Electrolytic 47 10V
C83 Ceramic 1P 50V C207 Ceramic 39P 50V UJ
C84 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C208 Ceramic 22P 50V
C85 Barrier Lay 0,047 25V C209 Ceramic 4P 50V
C86 Ceramic 51P 50V CH C210 Ceramic 4P 50V
C87 Ceramic 18P 50V CH C211 Electrolytic 47 10V
cas Trimmer CTZ51C C212 Ceramic 0,0022 50V
C89 Ceramic 51P 50V CH C213 Ceramic 1P 50V
C90 Ceramic 12P 50V CH C214 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C91 Ceramic 12P 50V CH C215 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C92 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C216 Ceramic 47P 50V
C93 Ceramic 1P 50V C217 Ceramic 0,0022 50V
C94 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C218 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C95 Ceramic 47P 50V CH C219 Barrier Lay 0,047 25V
C96 Ceramic 15P 50V CH C220 Ceramic 470P 50V
C97 Trimmer CTZ51A C221 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C98 Ceramic 47P 50V CH C222 Ceramic 0,001 50V
C99 Ceramic 12P 50V CH C223 Electrolytic 47 10V
C100 Ceramic 8P 50V CH C224 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C101 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C225 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C102 Ceramic 1P 50V C226 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C103 Ceramic 0,0047 50V C227 Ceramic 0,0047 50V
C104 Barrier Lay 0,047 25V C228 Ceramic 330P 50V
C105 Ceramic 39P 50V CH
14 - 3 PLLUNIT MAIN UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C229 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V 0320 Transistor 2SC2458GR
C230 Ceramic 470P 50V 0321 Transistor 2SC3402
0322 Transistor 2SD468C
J1 Connector TL25P-05-V1 0323 Transistor 2SC3402
J2 Connector 5138-11CPB 0324 Transistor 2SD880Y
J3 Connector TL25P-Q4-V1 0325 Transistor 2SC945P
J4 Connector TMP-J01X-V2 0326 FET 2SK192AGR
J5 Connector TMP-J01X-V2 0327 Transistor 2SC945P
0328 Transistor 2SD880Y
P1 Connector (TMP-P01X-A1) W35 0329 Transistor 2SC3402
0330 Transistor 2SC3402
B1 PC. Board B-897 (42443) 0331 Transistor 2SC945P
0332 Transistor 2SC1815Y
W14 Jumper JPW-02A 0333 Transistor 25C2458GR
W16 Jumper JPW-02A 0334 Transistor 25C3402
W17 Jumper JPW-02A 0335 Transistor 2SC3399
W18 Jumper JPW-02A
W19 Jumper JPW-02A D301 Diode 1K60
W20 Jumper JPW-02A D302 Diode 1K60
W21 Jumper JPW-02H D303 Diode 1SS53
W24 Jumper JPW-02A D304 Diode 1SS53
W25 Jumper JPW-02A D305 Diode 1SS53
W26 Jumper JPW-02A D306 Diode 1SS53
W27 Jumper JPW-02A D307 Diode 1SS53
W28 Jumper JPW-02A D308 Diode 15S53
W30 Jumper JPW-02A D309 Diode 15S53
W37 Jumper JPW-02A D310 Diode 15S53
D311 Diode 15S53
D312 Diode 15S53
MAIN UNIT D313 Diode 1SS53
D314 Diode 1SS53
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. D315 Diode 15553
D316 Diode 1S553
IC301 IC IlPC1037H D317 Diode 1SS53
IC302 IC IlPC1037H D318 Diode 1S553
IC303 IC M5218L D319 Diode 1S953
IC304 IC IlPC1037H D320 Diode 1SS53
IC305 IC M5218L D321 Diode 1SS53
IC306 IC TC4011UBP D322 Diode 1SS53
1C307 IC M5218L D323 Diode 1K60
IC308 IC M5218L D324 Diode 1SS53
IC309 IC IlPD4066B D325 Diode 15S53
IC310 IC IlPC1181H D326 Diode 15S53
IC311 IC BA222 D327 Diode 1K60
IC312 IC TC4013BP D328 Diode 1SS53
D329 Diode 15S53
0301 FET 3SK74M D330 Diode 15553
0302 Transistor 2SC1583G D331 Diode 15553
0303 Transistor 2SC945P D332 Diode 15S53
0304 Transistor 2SC945P D333 Diode 15553
0305 Transistor 2SC945P D334 Zener Diode RD8.2EB3
0306 Transistor 2SA1348 D335 Diode 1SS53
0307 FET 35K74M D336 Diode 1SS53
0308 Transistor 25C945P D337 Diode 1SS53
0309 FET 35K74M D338 Diode 15S53
0310 Transistor 25A1348 D339 Diode 15553
0311 Transistor 25A1348 D340 Diode 1SS53
0312 FET 35K74M D341 Diode 1SS53
0313 FET 3SK74M D342 Diode 1S553
0314 Transistor 2SC945P D343 Diode 15553
0315 Transistor 25C1571G D344 Diode 1SS53
0316 Transistor 25C1571G D345 Diode 1S553
0317 Transistor 2SC1571G D346 Varactor Diode FC51M
0318 Transistor 2SC945P D347 Diode 15S53
0319 Transistor 2SC3399 D348 Varactor Diode FC51M
14 - 4 MAIN UNIT MAIN UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
0349 Diode 18853 R327 Resistor 10K ELR25
0350 Diode 18853 R328 Resistor 10K R25
0351 Diode 18853 R329 Resistor 1K ELR25
0352 Diode 18853 R330 Resistor 4.7K ELR25
0353 Diode 18853 R331 Resistor 47K ELR25
0354 Diode 18853 R332 Resistor 100 ELR25
0355 Diode 18853 R333 Resistor 1K ELR25
0356 Diode 18853 R334 Resistor 10K ELR25
0357 Diode 18899 R335 Resistor 33K ELR25
0358 Diode 18899 R336 Resistor 100 ELR25
R337 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
FI301 Crystal Filter FL·30 R338 Resistor 10K ELR25
FI302 Crystal Filter FL·33 R339 Resistor 100 ELR25
R340 Resistor 330 ELR25
X301 Crystal CR· 73 (4.920MHz) R341 Resistor 47K ELR25
X302 Crystal CR·74 (4.908MHz) R342 Resistor 100K ELR25
R343 Resistor 100K ELR25
L301 Coil L8·175 R344 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
L302 Coil L8·175 R345 Resistor 10 ELR25
L303 Coil L8·175 R346 Resistor 10K R25
L305 Coil L8·163 R347 Resistor 1K ELR25
L306 Coil L8·90A R348 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
L307 Coil L8·90A R349 Resistor 100 R25
L308 Coil FL5H 101K R350 Resistor 1K ELR25
L309 Coil L8·175 R351 Resistor 100 R25
L310 Coil L8·175 R352 Resistor 1K ELR25
L311 Coil L8·175 R353 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
L312 Coil L8·137 R354 Resistor 100 R25
L314 Coil L8·267 R355 Resistor 1K ELR25
L315 Coil L8·267 R356 Resistor 100 R25
L316 Coil LB4R50K R357 Resistor 4.7K ELR25
L317 Coil L8·163 R358 Resistor 10K ELR25
L318 Coil L8·163 R359 Resistor 22 R25
L319 Coil L8·66A R360 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
L320 Coil L8·66A R361 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
L321 Coil LB4R50K R362 Resistor 1K R25
L322 Coil LW·15 R363 Resistor 10K ELR25
L325 Coil FL5H 101K R364 Resistor 220 ELR25
R365 Resistor 100 ELR25
R301 Resistor 100K ELR25 R366 Resistor 1K R25
R302 Resistor 1M ELR25 R367 Trimmer 10K H0651A
R303 Resistor 220 ELR25 R368 Resistor 100 ELR25
R304 Resistor 100 ELR25 R369 Resistor 4.7K ELR25
R305 Resistor 22K ELR25 R370 Resistor 47 ELR25
R306 Resistor 1K ELR25 R371 Resistor 10K R25
R307 Resistor 100 ELR25 R372 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
R308 Resistor 100K ELR25 R373 Resistor 3.3M ELR25
R309 Resistor 150K ELR25 R374 Resistor 10K ELR25
R310 Resistor 1K R25 R375 Resistor 10K ELR25
R311 Resistor 100 ELR25 R376 Resistor 47 R25
R312 Resistor 6.8K ELR25 R377 Resistor 3.3K ELR25
R313 Resistor 68K ELR25 R378 Resistor 47 ELR25
R314 Resistor 47K ELR25 R379 Trimmer 10K H0651A
R315 Resistor 330 ELR25 R380 Resistor 470K ELR25
R316 Resistor 10K ELR25 R381 Trimmer 10K H0651A
R317 Resistor 100 R25 R382 Resistor 470K ELR25
R318 Resistor 4.7K R25 R383 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
R319 Resistor 2.2K Ej..R25 R384 Resistor 4.7K R25
R320 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R386 Resistor 1.5K ELR25
R321 Resistor 220 ELR25 R387 Resistor 10 ELR25
R322 Resistor 1K ELR25 R388 Resistor 3.3K ELR25
R323 Resistor 47K ELR25 R389 Resistor 47K ELR25
R324 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R390 Resistor 100K ELR25
R325 Resistor 220 ELR25 R391 Trimmer 10K H1051C
R326 Resistor 220 ELR25 R392 Resistor 3.3K ELR25
14- 5 MAIN UNIT MAIN UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
R393 Resistor 100 ELR25 R459 Resistor 68 R25
R395 Resistor 100 ELR25 R460 Resistor 1 R25
R396 Resistor 3.3K ELR25 R461 Resistor 3.3M ELR25
R397 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 R462 Resistor 100K R10
R398 Resistor 1K ELR25 R463 Trimmer 100K H0651 A
R399 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R465 Resistor 1M ELR25
R400 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 R466 Resistor 220 R25
R401 Resistor 10K ELR25 R467 Resistor 470K ELR25
R402 Resistor 10K ELR25 R468 Resistor 220K ELR25
R403 Resistor 47K ELR25 R469 Resistor 3.3M ELR25
R404 Resistor 100K ELR25 R470 Resistor 10K ELR25
R405 Resistor . 330 ELR25 R471 Resistor 1K R25
R406 Resistor 1K ELR25 R472 Trimmer 100 H0651A
R407 Resistor 220 ELR25 R473 Resistor 10K ELR25
R408 Resistor 3.3K R25 R474 Trimmer 2.2K H0621 A
R409 Resistor 15K ELR25 R476 Resistor 47K ELR25
R410 Resistor 47K ELR25 R477 Resistor 22K ELR25
R411 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 R478 Resistor 5.6K ELR25
R412 Resistor 1K ELR25 R479 Resistor 1K ELR25
R413 Resistor 4.7 ELR25 R480 Resistor 470 ELR25
R414 Resistor 1K ELR25 R481 Resistor 47K ELR25
R415 Resistor 10K ELR25 R482 Resistor 6.8K ELR25
R416 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R483 Resistor 10K ELR25
R417 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R484 Resistor 10K ELR25
R418 Resistor 4.7 ELR25 R485 Resistor 100 ELR25
R419 Resistor 1K ELR25 R486 Resistor 10K ELR25
R420 Resistor 220 ELR25 R487 Resistor 1K ELR25
R421 Resistor 4.7 ELR25 R488 Resistor 1M ELR25
R422 Resistor 470 ELR25 R489 Resistor 47 ELR25
R423 Resistor 470 ELR25 R490 Resistor 1.5K ELR25
R424 Resistor 10K R25 R491 Resistor 2.2K R25
R425 Resistor 47K R25 R492 Resistor 470K ELR25
R426 Resistor 10 ELR25 R493 Trimmer 10K H0621 A
R427 Resistor 470 ELR25 R494 Resistor 470 ELR25
R428 Resistor 100K ELR25 R495 Resistor 1.5K ELR25
R429 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R496 Resistor 4.7K ELR25
R430 Resistor 1M ELR25 R497 Resistor 2.2 R25
R431 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 R498 Trimmer 10K H1051C
R432 Resistor 100K ELR25 R499 Resistor 22K ELR25
R433 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 R500 Resistor 4.7K ELR25
R434 Resistor 1M ELR25 R501 Trimmer 10K H0651A
R435 Resistor 10K R25 R502 Resistor 4.7K ELR25
R436 Resistor 15K ELR25 R503 Resistor 100 ELR25
R437 Resistor 15K ELR25 R504 Resistor 150 R25
R438 Resistor 8.2K ELR25 R505 Resistor 2.2K ELR25
R439 Resistor 180K ELR25 R506 Resistor 47 R10
R440 Resistor 8.2K ELR25 R507 Resistor 100 ELR10
R441 Resistor 100K ELR25 R508 Resistor 100 ELR10
R442 Resistor 470 ELR25 R509 Resistor 1K R25
R443 Resistor 10K ELR25 R510 Resistor 100 ELR25
R444 Resistor 10K ELR25 R511 Resistor 1K R25
R445 Resistor 10K ELR25
R446 Resistor 22K ELR25 C301 Electrolytic 47 10V
R447 Resistor 10K ELR25 C302 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
R448 Resistor 10K ELR25 C303 Ceramic 1P 50V
R449 Resistor 33K R25 C304 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R450 Resistor 1K ELR25 C305 Ceramic 0.0047 SOV
R451 Resistor 470K E~R25 C306 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R452 Resistor 47K R25 C307 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R453 Resistor 100K R25 C308 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R454 Resistor 100K ELR25 C309 Electrolytic 4.7 25V BP
R455 Resistor 47K ELR25 C310 Ceramic 0.0047 SOV
R456 Resistor 470 ELR25 C311 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R457 Resistor 100 R25 C312 Ceramic 0.001 50V
R458 Resistor 4.7K R25 C313 Ceramic 470P 50V
14 - 6 MAIN UNIT MAIN UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C314 Electrolytic 10 16V MS7 C379 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C315 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V C380 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C316 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C381 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
C317 Ceramic 2P 50V C382 Electrolytic 47 10V
C318 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C383 Electrolytic 2.2 50V
C319 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C384 Electrolytic 0.47 50V
C320 Ceramic 0.001 50V C385 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C321 Mylar 0.033 50V C386 Tantalum 0.47 35V
C322 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C387 Tantalum 2.2 16V
C323 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C388 Electrolytic 1 50V
C324 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C389 Electrolytic 47 10V
C325 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C390 Electrolytic 10 16V
C326 Electrolytic 100 10V C391 Electrolytic 100 10V
C327 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C392 Mylar 0.001 50V
C328 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C393 Mylar 0.0047 50V
C329 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C394 Electrolytic 1 50V MS7
C330 Ceramic 100P 50V C395 Ceramic 220P 50V
C331 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C396 Mylar 0.0047 50V
C332 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C397 Electrolytic 10 16V
C333 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C398 Electrolytic 1 50V
C334 Ceramic 0.001 50V C399 Ceramic 220P 50V
C335 Ceramic 5P 50V C400 Mylar 0.01 50V
C336 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C401 Mylar 0.01 50V
C337 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C402 Electrolytic 4.7 25V BP
C338 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C403 Electrolytic 4.7 50V
C339 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C404 Electrolytic 0.47 50V BP
C340 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C405 Electrolytic 4.7 50V
C341 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C406 Tantalum 0.68 25V
C342 Ceramic 470P 50V C407 Ceramic 100P 50V
C343 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C408 Ceramic 470P 50V
C344 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C409 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C345 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C410 Ceramic 150P 50V
C346 Ceramic 470P 50V C411 Ceramic 47P 50V
C347 Mylar 0.Q1 50V C412 Ceramic 47P 50V
C348 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C413 Ceramic 200P 50V XL
C349 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C414 Ceramic 200P 50V XL
C350 Electrolytic 47 10V C415 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C351 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C416 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C352 Mylar 0.Q1 50V C417 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C353 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C418 Electrolytic 22 10V
C354 Ceramic 220P 50V C419 Ceramic 0.001 50V
C355 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C420 Ceramic 470P 50V
C356 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V C421 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C357 Electrolytic 22 10V C422 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C358 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C423 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C359 Ceramic 100P 50V C424 Ceramic DD109SL471J50V2
C360 Electrolytic 0.47 50V BP C425 Ceramic 51P 50V
C361 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V C426 Ceramic DD109SL471J50V2
C362 Electrolytic 10 16V C427 Ceramic 3P 50V
C363 Electrolytic 0.47 50V C428 Ceramic 470P 50V
C364 Electrolytic 100 10V C429 Ceramic 10P 50V
C365 Electrolytic 2.2 50V 000 Ceramic DD108SL391J50V2
C366 Ceramic 0.0047 50V 001 Ceramic 22P 50V
C367 Ceramic 22P 50V 002 Ceramic DD108SL391J50V2
C368 Ceramic 0.001 50V 003 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C369 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C434 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
C370 Ceramic 0.001 50V 005 Electrolytic 47 16V
C371 Electrolytic 4.7 5PV 006 Electrolytic 220 10V
C372 Ceramic 0.0047 50V 007 Electrolytic 47 16V
C373 Electrolytic 2.2 50V 008 Electrolytic 470 16V
C374 Ceramic 0.0047 50V 009 Mylar 0.1 50V
C375 Ceramic 330P 50V C440 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C376 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V C441 Electrolytic 470 16V
C377 Tantalum 1 16V C442 Electrolytic 470 16V
C378 Ceramic 150P 50V C443 Electrolytic 10 16V MS7
14 -7 MAIN UNIT MAIN UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C444 Ceramic 0.0047 50V W347 Jumper JPW-02A
C445 Ceramic 220P 50V W348 Jumper JPW-02A
C446 Ceramic 0.0047 50V W349 Jumper JPW-02A
C447 Ceramic 0.0047 50V W350 Jumper JPW-02H
C448 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C449 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C450 Array B8ZC0111-32N RFUNIT
C451 Electrolytic 100 10V
C452 Ceramic 0.001 50V REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C453 Mylar 0,01 50V
C454 Electrolytic 10 16V RC2 IC601 IC jJA78L82AWC
C455 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V IC602 IC BA618
IC603 IC NJM4558D
J301 Connector TL25P-Q4-V1 IC604 IC ND487C1-3R
J302 Connector TL25P-08-V1
J303 Connector TL25P-13-V1 0601 Transistor 28C3399
J304 Connector TL25P-02-V1 0602 Transistor 28B562
J306 Connector TL25P-Q4-V1 0603 Transistor 28C9450
J307 Connector TL25P-09-V1 0604 Transistor 28C9450
J308 Connector TL25P-Q4-V1 0605 Transistor 28C9450
J309 Connector TMP-J01X-A2 0606 FET 38K74M
0607 FET 28K125
P301 Connector (TMP-P01X-A1) W355 0608 FET 28K125
0609 Transistor 28C2053
B301 PC. Board B-885A 0610 FET 38K74K
0611 FET 38K74K
W301 Jumper JPW-02H 0612 FET 38K74M
W302 Jumper JPW-02H 0613 Transistor 28C2053
W305 Jumper JPW-02H 0614 Transistor 28C945P
W306 Jumper JPW-02A
W307 Jumper JPW-02H 0601 Diode 18853
W308 Jumper JPW-02A 0602 Diode 18853
W309 Jumper JPW-02A 0603 Diode 18853
W310 Jumper JPW-02H 0604 Diode 18853
W311 Jumper JPW-02A 0605 Diode 18853
W312 Jumper JPW-02H 0606 Diode 18853
W313 Jumper JPW-02H 0607 Diode 18853
W315 Jumper JPW-02A 0608 Diode 18853
W316 Jumper JPW-02A 0609 Diode 18853
W317 Jumper JPW-02A 0610 Diode 18853
W318 Jumper JPW-02A 0611 Diode 18853
W319 Jumper JPW-02A 0612 Diode 18853
W320 Jumper JPW-02H 0613 Diode 18853
W321 Jumper JPW-02H 0614 Diode 18853
W322 Jumper JPW-02H 0615 Diode 18853
W323 Jumper JPW-02A 0616 Diode 18853
W325 Jumper JPW-02H 0617 Diode 18853
W327 Jumper JPW-02H 0618 Diode 18853
W328 Jumper JPW-02A 0619 Diode 18853
W329 Jumper JPW-02A
W330 Jumper JPW-02A FI601 Crystal Filter FL-64 (70M15B)
W331 Jumper JPW-02A
W332 Jumper JPW-02A L601 Coil FL5H 102K
W333 Jumper JPW-02A L602 Coil FL5H 102K
W334 Jumper JPW-02A L603 Coil EL08108KI-102K
W335 Jumper JPW-02A L604 Coil EL08108KI-101K
W338 Jumper JPW-02H L605 Coil EL08108KI-101K
W340 Jumper JPW-02H L606 Coil EL081 08KI-1 01 K
W341 Jumper JPW-02A L607 Coil EL08108KI-101K
W342 Jumper JPW-02A L608 Coil EL08108KI-101K
W343 Jumper JPW-02A L609 Coil EL081 08KI-1 01 K
W344 Jumper JPW-02A L610 Coil LB4R83K
W345 Jumper JPW-02A L611 Coil LR-116
W346 Jumper JPW-02A L612 Coil LR-116 14- 8

RFUNIT RFUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
L613 Coil LS-254 R609 Resistor 68K R25
L614 Coil LS-254 R610 Resistor 39K R25
L615 Coil LS-114 R611 Resistor 39K R25
L616 Coil LS-254 R612 Trimmer 3.3K H0621 A
L617 Coil LS-254 R613 Resistor 1M R25
L618 Coil LS-198 R614 Resistor 6.8K R25
L619 Coil LR-129 R615 Resistor 220K R25
L620 Coil LA-258 R616 Resistor 220K R25
L621 Coil LA-257 R617 Resistor 330K R25
L622 Coil LB4 R15K R618 Resistor 10K R25
L623 Coil FL4H lOOK R619 Trimmer 10K Hl051A
L624 Coil LA-267 R620 Resistor 2.2K R25
L625 Coil LB4R30K R621 Trimmer 10K H0651 A
L626 Coil LS-198 R622 Resistor 47K R25
L627 Coil LR-145 R623 Resistor 15K R25
L628 Coil EL0810SKI-l01K R624 Resistor 8.2 R25
L629 Coil EL0810SKI-3R3K R625 Resistor 150 R25
L630 Coil EL0810SKI-2R7K R626 Resistor 8.2 R25
L631 Coil LR-20 R627 Resistor 2.2K R25
L632 Coil LB46R2J R628 Resistor 4.7K R25
L633 Coil LB4R41K R629 Resistor 100 R25
L634 Coil LB4R41K R630 Resistor 270 R25
L635 Coil LB4R45K R631 Resistor 3.9K R25
L636 Coil LB4R50K R632 Resistor 10K R25
L637 Coil FL5H 101K R633 Resistor 47 R25
L638 Coil LB4R45K R634 Resistor 470 R25
L639 Coil LB4R50K R635 Resistor 470 R25
L640 Coil LB4R54K R636 Resistor 560 R25
L641 Coil LB4R65K R637 Resistor 47 R25
L642 Coil FL5H 101K R638 Resistor 100 R25
L643 Coil LB4R65K R639 Resistor 680 R25
L644 Coil LB4R70K R640 Resistor 4.7K Rl0
L645 Coil LB4R70K R641 Resistor 680 R25
L646 Coil LB4R83K R642 Resistor 33 R25
L647 Coil FL5H 101K R643 Resistor 220 R25
L648 Coil LB4R83K R644 Resistor 33 R25
L649 Coil EL0810SKI-l ROK R645 Resistor 5.6 R25
L650 Coil EL0810SKI-l ROK R646 Resistor 5.6 R25
L651 Coil EL0810SKI-l ROK R647 Resistor 220 R25
L652 Coil FL5H 101K R648 Resistor 100 R25
L653 Coil EL081 OSKI-l R2K R649 Resistor lOOK Rl0
L654 Coil EL0810SKI-1R5K R650 Resistor lOOK Rl0
L655 Coil EL0810SKI-1R5K R651 Resistor 10K R25
L656 Coil EL0810SKI-l R5K R652 Resistor 68 R25
L657 Coil FL5H 101K R653 Resistor 68 R25
L658 Coil EL0810SKI-1R8K R654 Resistor 220 R25
L659 Coil EL0810SKI-2R2K R655 Resistor 220 R25
L660 Coil EL0810SKI-2R2K R656 Resistor 390 R25
L661 Coil EL0810SKI-2R2K R657 Resistor 100 R25
L662 Coil FL5H 101K R658 Thermistor 23D29
L663 Coil EL0810SKI-l02K R659 Resistor 390 R25
L664 Coil EL0810SKI-3R3K R660 Resistor 470 R25
L665 Coil LB44R3J R661 Thermistor 33D28
L666 Coil EL0810SKI-3R9K R662 Resistor 560 R25
L667 Coil EL0810SKI-3R9K R663 Resistor lK R25
L668 Coil LB44R3J R664 Resistor 100 R25
L669 Coil BTOl RN1-A61 R665 Resistor 39 R25
R666 Resistor 820 R25
R601 Resistor lK R25 R667 Resistor 4.7K R25
R603 Resistor 15K R25 R668 Resistor 4.7 R25
R604 Resistor 47K R25 R669 Resistor 22 R25
R605 Resistor 15K R25 R670 Resistor 470 R25
R606 Resistor 22K R25 R671 Resistor 12 R25
R607 Resistor 100 R25 R672 Resistor 470 R25
R608 Resistor 68K R25 R673 Resistor 100 R25
14- 9 RFUNIT RFUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
R674 Resistor 100 R25 C644 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R675 Resistor 100 R25 C645 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R676 Resistor 100 R25 C646 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R677 Resistor 100 R25 C647 Electrolytic 2.2 50V
R678 Resistor 100 R25 C648 Ceramic 39P 50V
R679 Resistor 100 R25 C649 Ceramic 220P 50V
R680 Resistor 470 R25 C650 Ceramic 39P 50V
R681 Resistor 2.2K R25 C651 Ceramic 0.001 50V
R682 Resistor 33K R25 C652 Ceramic 3P 50V
R683 Resistor 12K R25 C653 Ceramic 5P 50V
R684 Trimmer 10K H0651 A C654 Ceramic 15P 50V
R685 Resistor 10K R25 C655 Ceramic 1.5P 50V
R686 Resistor 10K R25 C656 Ceramic 3P 50V
R687 Resistor 10K R25 C657 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R688 Resistor 10K R25 C658 Ceramic 3P 50V
R689 Resistor 10K R25 C660 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
R690 Resistor 10K R25 C661 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
R691 Resistor 10K R25 C662 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
R692 Resistor 1M R25 C663 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R693 Resistor 220 R25 C664 Ceramic 5P 50V
R694 Resistor lOOK R25 C665 Ceramic 1.5P 50V
C666 Ceramic 22P 50V
C601 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C667 Ceramic 4P 50V
C602 Electrolytic 4.7 50V C668 Ceramic 5P 50V
C603 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C669 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
C604 Electrolytic 10 16V C670 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C605 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C671 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
C606 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V C672 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
C607 Electrolytic 4.7 50V C673 Barrier Lay UAT04V 122K
C608 Array B8ZCOlllN-32N C674 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C609 Array B8ZCOl 1 1 N-32N C675 Electrolytic 2.2 50V
C610 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V C676 Ceramic 330P 50V
C611 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V C677 Barrier Lay UAT04V 222K
C612 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C678 Barrier Lay UAT04V 222K
C613 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C679 Ceramic 330P 50V
C614 Ceramic lOOP 50V C680 Barrier Lay UAT06V 822K
C615 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C681 Ceramic 150P 50V
C616 Electrolytic 10 16V C682 Barrier Lay UAT04V 122K
C617 Electrolytic 4.7 50V C683 Ceramic 200P 50V
C618 Electrolytic 10 16V C684 Ceramic lSOP 50V
C619 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C685 Ceramic 24P 50V
C620 Barrier Lay RAU06SA 681K C686 Ceramic 200P 50V
C621 Barrier Lay RAU06SA 681K C687 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C622 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C688 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C623 Ceramic 8P 50V C689 Ceramic 180P 50V
C624 Ceramic 8P 50V C690 Barrier Lay UAT04 V152K
C625 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C691 Ceramic 270P 50V
C626 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C692 Ceramic 220P 50V
C627 Cylinder UP125X472M C693 Ceramic 39P 50V
C628 Ceramic 0.001 50V C694 Ceramic 300P 50V
C629 Mylar 0.01 50V C695 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C630 Cylinder UP125Bl02K C696 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C631 Ceramic 3P 50V C697 Ceramic 270P 50V
C632 Ceramic 8P 50V C698 Barrier Lay UAT04V 222K
C633 Ceramic 8P 50V C699 Ceramic 330P 50V
C634 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V C700 Ceramic 300P 50V
C635 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V C701 Ceramic 47P 50V
C636 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V C702 Ceramic 390P 50V
C637 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V C703 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C638 Ceramic lOOP 50V C704 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C639 Ceramic lOP 50V C705 Ceramic 330P 50V
C640 Ceramic 150P 50V C706 Barrier Lay UAT05V 272K
C641 Ceramic 30P 50V C707 Ceramic DD109SL471J50V2
C642 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V C708 Ceramic 330P 50V
C643 Ceramic 0.0047 50V C709 Ceramic 56P 50V
14 - 10 RFUNIT RFUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C710 Ceramic DD109SL471J50V2 W613 Jumper JPW-02A
C711 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V W614 Jumper JPW-02A
C712 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V W615 Jumper JPW-02A
C713 Ceramic DD109SL471J50V2 W616 Jumper JPW-02A
C714 Barrier Lay UAT05V 392K W617 Jumper JPW-02A
C715 Barrier Lay RAU06SA 681 K W618 Jumper JPW-02A
C716 Ceramic DD109SL471J50V2 W623 Jumper JPW-02A
C717 Ceramic 100P 50V
C718 Barrier Lay RAU06SA 561 K
C719 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C720 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C721 Barrier Lay UAT04V 102K PAUNIT
C722 Barrier Lay UAT06V 682K
C723 Barrier Lay UAT04V 152K REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C724 Barrier Lay RAU06SA 561K
C725 Ceramic 120P 50V 0801 Transistor 2SC1971
C726 Barrier Lay RAU08SA 821K 0802 Transistor 2SC3133
C727 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V 0803 Transistor 2SC3133
C728 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V 0804 Transistor 2SC2904
C729 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V 0805 Transistor 2SC2904
C730 Barrier Lay UAT04V 152K 0806 Transistor 2SD88OY
C731 Ceramic 220P 50V 0807 Transistor 2SC2120
C732 Barrier Lay UAT04V 152K 0851 Transistor 2SC945P
C733 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V 0852 Transistor 2SC945P
C734 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V 0853 Transistor 2SA1345
C735 Barrier Lay UAT04V 152K 0854 Transistor 2SC945P
C736 Ceramic 180P 50V
C737 Barrier Lay UAT05V 472K 0801 Varistor MV5
C738 Barrier Lay UAT04V 122K 0802 Varistor MV5
C739 Ceramic 220P 50V 0803 Diode 1N4002
C740 Barrier Lay UAT06V 103K 0804 Varistor MV5
C741 Barrier Lay UAT04V 182K 0851 Diode 1N4002
C742 Ceramic 220P 50V 0852 Diode 1N4002
C743 Ceramic 120P 50V 0853 Diode 1K60
C744 Ceramic 6P 50V 0871 Diode 1N4002
C745 Ceramic 0.0022 50V 0872 Diode 15CD11
C746 Ceramic 0.001 50V 0873 Diode 15CD11
C747 Ceramic 0.001 50V
C748 Ceramic 0.001 50V L801 Coil LR-142
C749 Ceramic 0.001 50V L804 Coil LR-143
C750 Ceramic 0.001 50V L805 Coil BT01 RN1-A61
C751 Electrolytic 22 10V L806 Coil BT01 RN1-A61
L807 Coil BT01RN1-A61
J601 Connector TL25P-07-V1 L808 Coil BT01RN1-A61
J602 Connector TL25P-Q4-V1 L809 Coil LR-83
J603 Connector TMP-J01X-A2 L810 Coil LR-148
J604 Connector TL25P-05-V1 L811 Coil LR-146
J605 Connector TMP-J01X-A2 L812 Coil FL5H 100K
J606 Connector TMP-J01X-A2 L813 Coil BT01 RN1-A61
L814 Coil BT01RN1-A61
P601 Connector (TMP-P01X-A1) W619 L815 Coil BT01RN1-A61
P602 Connector (TMP-P01X-A1) W621 L816 Coil FSOH050RN
L817 Coil FSOH050RN
B601 PC. Board B-886A (42442) L819 Coil FL5H 101K
L821 Coil BT01RN1-A61
W604 Jumper JPW-02A L851 Coil LB4R36K
W605 Jumper JPW-02A L852 Coil LR-151
W606 Jumper JPW-02A L853 Coil LAL04NA 101 K
W607 Jumper JPW-02A L854 Coil FL5H 102K
W608 Jumper JPW-02A L871 Coil BT01RN1-A61
W609 Jumper JPW-02A L872 Coil BT01RN1-A61
W610 Jumper JPW-02A L873 Coil BT01RN1-A61
W611 Jumper JPW-02A L874 Coil BT01 RN1-A61
W612 Jumper JPW-02A L875 Coil BT01RN1-A61 14 - 11

PAUNIT PAUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
L876 Coil BT01RN1-A61 C819 Monolithic GR44Y5V684Z 25V
L877 Coil BT01RN1-A61 C820 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
L878 Coil BT01RN1-A61 C821 Electrolytic 47 10V
C822 Electrolytic 10 16V
R801 Resistor 8.2 R25 C823 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R802 Resistor 180 R25 C824 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R803 Resistor 470 R25 C825 Electrolytic 470 16V
R804 Resistor 3.3 R25 C826 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R805 Resistor 2.7 R25 C827 Electrolytic 10 16V
R806 Resistor 100 R50X C828 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R807 Resistor 47 ELR25 C829 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R808 Resistor 47 ELR25 C830 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R809 Resistor 100 R50X C831 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
R810 Resistor RSS1B3.3-J C832 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R811 Resistor RSS1 B3.3-J C833 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R812 Resistor RSS1B3.3-J C834 330P 500V SL
R813 Resistor RSS1B3.3-J C835 330P 500V SL
R814 Resistor 10 R50X C836 Ceramic 33P 50V CH
R815 Resistor 10 R50X C837 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R816 Resistor RSS1B2.2-J C838 Electrolytic 1000 6.3V
R817 Resistor RSS1B2.2-J C839 Electrolytic GR43CH471K 50V
R818 Resistor 33K R25 C840 Electrolytic GR43CH471K 50V
R822 Resistor 4.7 R2J C841 Electrolytic GR44CH102K 50V
R823 Trimmer 470 H0651A C842 Electrolytic 470P 50V SL
R824 Resistor 150 R25 C851 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R826 Resistor 10K ELR25 C852 Ceramic 100P 50V
R827 Trimmer 100 H0651A C854 Ceramic 150P 50V
R828 Resistor 68 R50X C855 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R829 Resistor 10 ELR25 C856 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R831 Resistor 22 ELR25 C857 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
R832 Resistor 100 R50X C858 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R833 Resistor 2.2K ELR25 C859 Electrolytic 2.2 50V MS7
R834 Resistor 120 R50X C860 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R835 Resistor RSS1B3.3-J C861 Ceramic 33P 500V
R836 Resistor RSS1B3.3-J C862 Ceramic 10P 500V
R837 Resistor 180 R25 C871 Feed Through TF318-452E102GMV
R851 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 C872 Feed Through TF318-452E102GMV
R852 Resistor 5.6K ELR25 C873 Feed Through TF318-452E102GMV
R853 Resistor 4.7K ELR25 C874 Feed Through TF318-452E102GMV
R854 Resistor 4.7K R25 C875 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R855 Resistor 22K ELR25 C876 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
R856 Resistor 22K ELR25 C877 Electrolytic 2200 16V
R857 Resistor 33K ELR25 C878 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
R858 Resistor 22K ELR25
R859 Surge Absorber DSA301 RL851 Relay FBR311D012
R871 Resistor SQ5L 0.012-J RL852 Relay FBR22D12-P
R872 Resistor 1K R25 RL871 Relay FBR211BD012-M
R873 Resistor 1K R25
J851 Connector TMP-J01X-V2
C801 Ceramic 0.0047 50V J871 Connector TLB-P04H-B1
C802 Ceramic 470P 50V J872 Connector TL25P-05-V1
C803 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V J873 Connector TL25P-Q4-V1
C804 Mylar 0.01 50V J874 Connector TL25P-05-V1
C805 Mylar 0.01 50V J875 Connector TL25P-03-V1
C806 Ceramic 510P 50V SL J876 Connector LR-6
C808 Monolithic GR44CH682K 50V J877 Connector 1490R
C809 Monolithic GR44CH682K 50V J878 Connector YKC21-0046
C810 Dip Mica DM20C102J51CR J879 Connector HW4306-01-100
C811 Monolithic GR43CH471K 50V J880 Connector FM-MDRMI
C812 Monolithic GR43CH471K 50V
C813 Monolithic GR44CH102K 50V P801 Connector (TMP-P01 X-A 1) W801
C814 Dip Mica DM20C152J51CR P802 Connector (TMP-P01X-A1) W803
C816 Dip Mica DM20C472J51CR P803 Connector TL25H-05H-B1
C817 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V P851 Connector TL25H-03H-B1
C818 Electrolytic 1000 16V MS16 P852 Connector (TMP-P01X-A1) W851
14 - 12 PAUNIT FILTER UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
P871 Connector Tl25H-04H-B1 1918 Coil lR-56
P872 Connector Tl25H-02H-B1 1919 Coil LA-168
P873 Connector 1261R3 1920 Coil l6222
1921 Coil lR-22A
F871 Fuse Holder FH-032 1922 Coil Fl5H 101K
F872 Fuse 5A 1923 Coil Fl5H 101K
1924 Coil Fl5H 101K
5801 Thermal Switch OHD-90M 1925 Coil Fl5H 101K
S802 Thermal Switch OHD-50M 1926 Coil Fl5H 101K
1927 Coil Fl5H 101K
MF801 DC Motor M6B 12U22 1928 Coil Fl5H 101K
1929 Coil Fl5H 101K
8801 PC. Board B-887A (42447) (PA) 1930 Coil Fl5H 100K
B802 PC. Board B-889A (42704) (ANT. SW) 1931 Coil Fl5H 100K
8803 PC. Board B-89OA (42705) (CONNECT.) 1932 Coil Fl5H 100K
1933 Coil Fl5H 100K
EP811 Bead Core Dl20P2.6-3-1.2 1934 Coil Fl5H 100K
EP871 Bead Core FSOH090RN 1935 Coil Fl5H 100K
EP872 Bead Core FSOH090RN
EP873 Bead Core FSOH070RN R901 Resistor 68 R50X
R902 Resistor 22K R25
W815 Jumper JPW-02A R903 Resistor 100K ElR25
W816 Jumper JPW-02A R904 Resistor 22K R25
W817 Jumper JPW-02A R905 Resistor 47K ElR25
W819 Jumper JPW-02A
W820 Jumper JPW-02A C901 Dip Mica DM20C122J51CR
W836 Jumper JPW-02A C902 Ceramic 300P 500V Sl
W838 Jumper JPW-02A C903 Dip Mica DM20C152J51CR
W856 Jumper JPW-02A C904 Ceramic 180P 500V Sl
W857 Jumper JPW-02A C905 Dip Mica DM20C1 02J51 CR
W878 Jumper JPW-02A COO6 Dip Mica DM19C821J51CR
COO7 Ceramic 200P 500V Sl
C908 Dip Mica DM20C102J51CR
C909 Ceramic 68P 500V Sl
FILTER UNIT C910 Dip Mica DM19C561J51CR
C911 Dip Mica DM19C561J51CR
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. C912 Ceramic 120P 500V Sl
C913 Dip Mica DM19C681J51CR
0901 Diode 1N4002 C914 Ceramic 68P 500V Sl
0902 Diode 1N4002 C915 Ceramic 330P 500V Sl
0903 Diode 1N4002 C916 Ceramic 330P 500V Sl
0904 Diode 1N4002 C917 Ceramic 100P 500V Sl
0905 Diode 1N4002 C918 Dip Mica DM19C391J51CR
0906 Diode 1N4002 C919 Ceramic 56P 500V Sl
0907 Diode 1N4002 C920 Ceramic 220P 500V Sl
0908 Diode 1K60 C921 Ceramic 300P 500V Sl
0909 Diode 1K60 C922 Ceramic 68P 500V Sl
C923 Dip Mica DM19C391J51CR
l901 Coil lR-138 C924 Ceramic 39P 500V Sl
l902 Coil lR-150 C925 Ceramic 180P 500V Sl
l903 Coil lR-150 C926 Ceramic 150P 500V Sl
l904 Coil lR-141 C927 Ceramic 27P 500V Sl
1905 Coil lR-138 C928 Ceramic 270P 500V Sl
1906 Coil lR-138 C929 Ceramic 39P 500V Sl
l907 Coil lR-140 C930 Ceramic 100P 500V Sl
l908 Coil lR-149 C931 Ceramic 100P 500V Sl
l909 Coil lR-149 C932 Ceramic 10P 500V Sl
1910 Coil lR-53 C933 Ceramic 220P 500V Sl
1911 Coil lR-140 C934 Ceramic 47P 500V Sl
1912 Coil lR-140 C935 Ceramic 100P 500V Sl
1913 Coil lR-54 C936 Trimmer ECV-1ZW20X40
1914 Coil lR-91 C937 Ceramic 220P 50V
1915 Coil lR-91 C938 Ceramic 100P 50V
1916 Coil lR-54 C939 Ceramic 100P 50V
1917 Coil lR-55 C940 Barrier lay 0.047 25V
14 - 13 FILTER UNIT FILTER UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C941 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V W932 Jumper JPW-02A
C942 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V W934 Jumper JPW-02A
C943 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V W935 Jumper JPW-02A
C944 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V W936 Jumper JPW-02H
C945 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V W939 Jumper JPW-02A
C946 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C947 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
C948 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C949 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C950 Ceramic 0.0047 50V LOGIC UNIT
C951 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C952 Ceramic 0.0047 50V REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
C953 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C954 Dip Mica DM19C561J51CR IC1005 IC M50763-5008P
C955 Dip Mica DM19C821J51CR IC1006 IC M507818P
C956 Ceramic 330P 500V 8L IC1007 IC TC4081
C957 Dip Mica DM19C391J51CR IC1008 IC TC4013
C958 Ceramic 150P 500V 8L IC1009 IC BA618
C959 Ceramic 39P 500V 8L IC1010 IC ~7805
RL901 Relay FBR313D012-22 Q1003 Transistor 28C945P
RL902 Relay FBR313D012-22
RL903 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1005 Diode 18953
RL904 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1006 Diode 18953
RL905 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1007 Diode 18953
RL906 Relay FBR313D012-22 01008 Diode 18953
RL907 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1009 Diode 18853
RL908 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1010 Diode 18853
RL909 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1011 Diode 18853
RL910 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1012 Diode 18853
RL911 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1013 Diode 18853
RL912 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1014 Diode 18853
RL913 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1015 Diode 18853
RL914 Relay FBR313D012-22 D1016 Diode 18853
D1017 Diode 18853
J901 Connector TMP-J01X-V2 D1019 Diode 18853
J902 Connector TL25P-02-V1 D1020 Diode 18853
D1021 Diode 18853
P901 Connector (TMP-P01X-A1) W908 D1022 Diode 18953
P902 Connector TL25H-07-B1
X1001 Cera lock C8B400A
B901 PC. Board B-888A
L1001 Coil BT01 RN1-A61
W910 Jumper JPW-02A L1002 Coil FL5H 101K
W911 Jumper JPW-02A L1003 Coil FL5H 101K
W912 Jumper JPW-02A L1004 Coil FL5H 101K
W913 Jumper JPW-02A L1005 Coil FL5H 101K
W914 Jumper JPW-02A L1006 Coil FL5H 101K
W915 Jumper JPW-02A L1007 Coil FL5H 101K
W916 Jumper JPW-02A L1008 Coil FL5H 101K
W917 Jumper JPW-02A
W918 Jumper JPW-02A R1010 Resistor 47K R25
W919 Jumper JPW-02A R1011 Resistor 47K R25
W920 Jumper JPW-02A R1012 Array 473 RM-4
W921 Jumper JPW-02A R1013 Resistor 1.5 R25
W922 Jumper JPW-02A R1014 Resistor 1.5 R25
W923 Jumper JPW-02A R1015 Resistor 1K R25
W924 Jumper JPW-02A R1016 Resistor 1K R25
W925 Jumper JPW-02A R1017 Resistor 1K R25
W926 Jumper JPW-02A R1018 Resistor 1K R25
W927 Jumper JPW-02A R1019 Resistor 1K R25
W928 Jumper JPW-02A R1020 Resistor 10K R25
W929 Jumper JPW-02A R1021 Array 103 RM-4
W930 Jumper JPW-02A R1022 Array 103 RM-4
W931 Jumper JPW-02A R1023 Resistor 10K R25
14 - 14 LOGIC UNIT LOGIC UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
Rl024 Resistor 10K R25 Wl019 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl025 Resistor 10K R25 Wl020 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl026 Resistor 10K R25 Wl021 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl027 Array 473 RM-8 Wl022 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl028 Resistor 47K R25 Wl023 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl029 Resistor 560K R25 Wl024 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl030 Resistor lK R25 Wl025 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl031 Resistor lK R25 Wl026 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl032 Resistor lK R25 Wl029 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl033 Resistor lK R25 Wl031 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl034 Resistor lK R25 Wl032 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl035 Resistor lK R25 Wl034 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl036 Resistor lK R25 Wl035 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl037 Resistor 47K R25 Wl036 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl038 Resistor lOOK ELR25 Wl037 Jumper JPW-02H
Rl039 Resistor 680K ELR25 Wl038 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl040 Resistor lK R25 Wl039 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl041 Resistor lK R25 Wl041 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl042 Resistor 1M R25 Wl042 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl043 Resistor 2.7K R25 Wl043 Jumper JPW-02A
Rl044 Resistor 10 R50X
Rl045 Resistor 560K R25
Rl046 Resistor 47K R25
Rl047 Resistor 15K ELR25
Cl005 Electrolytic 47 16V FRONT UNIT
Cl006 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
Cl007 Electrolytic 47 16V REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
Cl008 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
Cl009 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V IC1201 IC M54519P
Cl010 Electrolytic 100 10V IC1202 IC TC4011
Cl0ll Ceramic 0.0047 50V IC1203 IC TC4511BP
Cl012 Barrier Lay 0.047 50V IC1204 IC TC4028
Cl013 Tantalum 1 16V IC1205 IC IJPD4503
Cl014 Ceramic 120P 50V IC1207 IC TC4013
Cl015 Ceramic 120P 50V
Cl016 Array B7ZC0717-32N 01202 Transistor 2SA1048Y
Cl017 Array B8ZC0111-32N 01203 Transistor 2SA1048Y
Cl018 Array B5RC0124-32N 01205 Transistor 2SAl345
Cl019 Array B8ZCOlll-32N 01206 Transistor 2SAl345
Cl020 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V 01207 Transistor 2SC3399
01208 Transistor 2SAl348
Jl005 Connector 5138-11CPB 01209 Transistor 2SAl348
Jl006 Connector TL25P-07-Vl 01210 Transistor 2SAl348
Jl007 Connector TLB-P04H-Bl 01211 Transistor 2SC3399
Jl008 Connector TL25P-07-Vl 01212 Transistor 2SC3399
Jl009 Connector 3022-12B 01213 Transistor 2SC3399
Jl0l0 Connector 3022-08B 01214 Transistor 2SC2458Y
Jl0ll Connector TL25P-04-Vl 01218 Transistor 2SC2458Y
Jl012 Connector 5138-11CPB 01219 Transistor 2SC3399
Jl013 Connector TL25P-08-Vl
Jl014 Connector TL25P-03-Vl 01201 Diode lS953
01202 Diode lS953
Pl00l Connector TL25H-04-Bl 01203 Diode lS953
01204 Diode lS953
Bl00l PC. Board B-893A (42708) 01205 Diode lS953
Bl003 Ram Unit EX-314-12 01206 Diode lS953
01210 Diode lS953
Wl011 Jumper JPW-02A 01211 Diode lS953
Wl012 Jumper JPW-02A 01212 Diode lSS53
Wl013 Jumper JPW-02A 01213 Diode lSS53
Wl014 Jumper JPW-02A 01214 Diode lSS53
Wl015 Jumper JPW-02A 01215 Diode lSS53
Wl017 Jumper JPW-02A 01222 Diode lS953
Wl018 Jumper JPW-02A 01225 Diode lSS53
14 - 15 FRONT UNIT FRONT UNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
01226 Diode 1SS53 P1202 Connector TL25H-11-B 1
01227 Diode 1SS53 P1203 Connector TL25H-08-B1
01228 Diode 1SS53 P1204 Connector TL25H-03-B 1
01229 Diode 1SS53 P1205 Connector 1261P1
01230 Diode 1SS53 P1211 Connector TL25H-08-B1
01231 Diode 1S953 P1212 Connector TL25H-04-B1
P1215 Connector TL25H-03-B1
R1201 Resistor 27 ELR25 P1217 Connector TL25H-04-B1
R1202 Resistor 27 R25 P1218 Connector TL25H-04-B1
R1203 Resistor 27 ELR25
R1204 Resistor 27 R25 OS1201 LED TLG312A (10M)
R1205 Resistor 27 ELR25 OS1202 LED TLG312A(1M)
R1206 Resistor 27 R25 OS1203 LED TLG312A (100K)
R1207 Resistor 27 R25 OS1204 LED TLG312A (10K)
R1208 Resistor 27 R25 OS1205 LED TLG312A(1K)
R1210 Resistor 33K R25 OS1206 LED TLG312A (100Hz)
R1211 Resistor 47K R25 OS1207 LED SLP251B (RECEIVE)
R1212 Resistor 47K R25 OS1208 LED SLP151 B (TRANSMIT)
R1213 Resistor 470K R25 OS1209 LED SLP451B (TUNE)
R1216 Resistor 33K R25 OS1210 LED SLP151B (ALARM)
R1217 Resistor 4.7K R25
R1218 Resistor 10K R25 S1201 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 1)
R1219 Resistor 150K R25 S1202 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 2)
R1220 Resistor 150K R25 S1203 Switch KHH10906(TEN KEY3)
R1221 Resistor 1.2K R25 S1204 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 4)
R1222 Resistor 47K R25 S1205 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 5)
R1223 Resistor 33K R25 S1206 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 6)
R1224 Resistor 10K R25 S1207 Switch KHH 1 0906 (TEN KEY 7)
R1225 Resistor 33K R25 S1208 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 8)
R1226 Resistor 47K R25 S1209 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 9)
R1227 Resistor 470K R25 S1210 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY 0)
R1228 Resistor 4.7K R25 S1211 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEY CE)
R1230 Resistor 470K R25 S1212 Switch KHH10906 (TEN KEYTX)
R1231 Resistor 470K R25 S1213 Switch KHH 1 0906 (TEN KEY RX)
R1232 Resistor 47K R25 S1215 Switch SOS-3P (POWER)
R1233 Resistor 33K R25 S1216 Switch M2012J-1 K (SPEAKER)
R1234 Resistor 47K R25 S1217 Switch M2012J-1K (N'B)
R1236 Resistor 10 R25 S1218 Switch M2012J-1K (SQUELCH)
R1237 Resistor 10 R25 S1219 Switch SRM1043 (L=20mm) (CH AB'C)
R1241 Variable Resistor 10KA K1611008SE S1220 Switch SRS101G (CH)
R1242 Variable Resistor 10KB K1611008SE S1223 Switch MB-2011 (ALARM)
S1224 Switch SRM1034 (L=15mm) (MODE)
C1201 Ceramic 0.0047 50V S1225 Switch SPH121C (DISPLAY)
C1202 Electrolytic 100 10V MS7 S1226 Switch SPH122C (TUNE)
C1203 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V S1227 Switch SPH122C (TX FREQ.)
C1204 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V S1228 Switch SSS212 TYPEB
C1205 Ceramic 0.001 50V
C1206 Ceramic 0.0047 50V SP1201 Speaker C080K1710810
C1207 Barrier Lay 0.047 25V
B1201 PC. Board B-892B (42697)
J1201 Connector TL25P-03-L 1 B1202 PC. Board B-891A (42696)
J1202 Connector TLB-P11 H-B1 B1203 PC. Board B-894A (42514)
J1203 Connector TLB-P08H-B1
J1206 Connector TL25P-11-L 1 W1201 Jumper JPW-02A
J1207 Connector TL25P-08-L 1 W1202 Jumper JPW-02A
J1208 Connector TL25P-03-L 1 W1203 Jumper JPW-02A
J1209 Connector TLB-P03H-B1 W1204 Jumper JPW-02A
J1210 Connector TL25P-08-L 1 W1205 Jumper JPW-02A
J1211 Connector TL25P-04-L 1 W1206 Jumper JPW-02A
J1212 Connector 5138-11APB W1207 Jumper JPW-02A
J1213 Connector TL25P-06-L 1 W1209 Jumper JPW-02A
J1214 Connector TL25P-04-L 1 W1210 Jumper JPW-02A
J1215 Connector TL25P-06-V1 W1211 Jumper JPW-02A
J1217 Connector TLB-P05H-B1 W1212 Jumper JPW-02A 14 - 16

FRONT UNIT MIC-CUNIT
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
W1213 Jumper JPW-02A B1301 PC. Board B-895A
W1215 Jumper JPW-02A
W1216 Jumper JPW-02A W1301 Jumper JPW-02H
W1217 Jumper JPW-02A W1302 Jumper JPW-02A
W1218 Jumper JPW-02A W1303 Jumper JPW-02A
W1221 Jumper JPW-02A
W1222 Jumper JPW-02A
W1223 Jumper JPW-02A EFUNIT
W1224 Jumper JPW-Q2A
W1225 Jumper JPW-02A REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.
W1226 Jumper JPW-02H
W1281 Jumper JPW-02A MCl Microphone HM-28
W1282 Jumper JPW-02A
EPl401 Bead Core FSOH070RN
EPl402 Bead Core FSOH090RN
Pl401 Connector TL25H-04-Bl
Pl402 Connector TL25H-08-Bl
MIC-CUNIT Pl403 Connector TL25H-13-B 1
Pl404 Connector TL25H-Q2-Bl
REF. NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. Pl407 Connector TL25H-09-B 1
Pl408 Connector TL25H-04-B 1
01301 Transistor 2SC3399 Pl409 Connector TL25H-05-Bl
01302 Transistor 2SC3399 P1410 Connector TL25H-07-Bl
01303 Transistor 2SC3399 P1411 Connector TL25H-04-Bl
01304 Transistor 2SC3402 P1412 Connector TL25H-05-Bl
01305 Transistor 2SC3399 P1414 Connector TL25H-07-Bl
P1415 Connector TL25H-05-Bl
01301 Zener R08.2EB3 P1416 Connector TL25H-08-Bl
01302 Oiode lSS53 P1417 Connector TL25H-Q6-B 1
01303 Oiode lS953 P1418 Connector TL25H-06-Bl
P1419 Connector TL25H-03-B 1
Ll301 Coil FL5H 101K P1420 Connector TL25H-08-Bl
Ll302 Coil BT01RN1-A6l P1421 Connector TL25H-07-Bl
11303 Coil BTOl RN1-A6l
L1304 Coil FL5H 101K
L1306 Coil LAL03NA101K
L1307 Coil BT01RN1-A61
R1301 Resistor 220 R25
R1302 Resistor 220 R25
R1303 Resistor 220 R25
R1304 Resistor 22K R25
R1305 Resistor lK R25
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R1307 Resistor 22K R25
R1308 Resistor 3.3K R25
R1309 Resistor 2.2K R25
R1310 Resistor 220 R25
R1311 Resistor 220 R25
C1301 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C1302 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C1303 Barrier Lay 0.1 16V
C1304 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C1305 Ceramic 0.0047 50V
C1306 Electrolytic 2.2 50V
C1307 Ceramic 0.0047 5(lV
Jl301 Connector TL25P-08-Vl
J1302 Connector TL25P-Q7-V1
J1303 Connector TL25P-07-V1
S1301 Switch SSS312 (L=4)
S1302 Switch SSS312 (L=4)
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