User manual ICOM 725

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[. . . ] We thank you for making your 725 your radio of choice, and hope you agree with Icom’s philosophy of “technology first. ” Many hours or research and development went into the design of your 725. EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS WORD R DANGER!CAUTION NOTE DEFINITION Personal death, serious injury or an explosion may occur. No risk of personal injury, fire or electric shock. FEATURES ❍ F DSP features I ❍  ll mode capability covering 160–2 m and A 70 cm (depending on version) ❍  ompact with separated front panel C ❍  0. 5 ppm of high frequency stability ± ❍  audot RTTY demodulator B ❍  electable SSB transmission passband S width (For both higher and lower pass frequency) ❍  tandard voice synthesizer/voice recorder S ❍  D card slot ready for several memory S storage ❍  oice recorder to records your communication V ❍  V mode (Digital voice + Low-speed data D communication) operation-ready – Text message and call sign exchange – Transmit position data ❍  R (D-STAR Repeater) mode and repeater D list allow you to easily operate using a D-STAR repeater Spurious signals may be received near some frequencies. These are created in the internal circuit and does not indicate a transceiver malfunction. Icom, Icom Inc. [. . . ] Use two VFOs as quick memories: When you find a new station, but wish to continue searching, the dual VFO system can be used for quick memory storage. q  ouch [A/B](D) for 1 second to store the displayed T contents into the undisplayed VFO. e  ouch [A/B](D) to show the stored contents of the T undisplayed VFO. r  o continue searching for stations, touch [A/B](D) T again to show the previous VFO. Touch [A/B] Selecting VFO B displays same contents as VFO A. 3-5 3 BASIC OPERATION Selecting a frequency band Select the frequency band you want to use. qq ouch the MHz digits of the frequency readout to enT ter the Band selection screen. ww ouch a desired operating band, “1. 8” to “430” or T “GENE. ” •  fter touching the band, the display moves to the seA lected band, and returns to the frequency display. •  ouch a band for 1 second to select the Band stacking T register, Register 1, Register 2 or Register 3 on the Band selection screen. 3-11) T • f desired, touch [](D) or push MENU (C) to exit the I screen. Touch the MHz digits. • Band selection screen Enters the Direct input screen Cancel edit Operating mode Example: Touch “21” in the above screen DDUsing the band stacking registers The triple band stacking register provides 3 memories for each band key to store frequencies and operating modes. This function is convenient when you operate 3 operating modes on one frequency band. For example, one register can be used for a CW frequency, another for an SSB frequency and the other one for an RTTY frequency. •  he frequency changes in 50 Hz steps when the T [UP]/[DN] switches of the microphone are used for frequency tuning (if the quick tuning function is not selected. ) Touch the Hz digits for 1 second 1 Hz indication 3-9 3 BASIC OPERATION Setting frequency (Continued) (Mode: SSB-D/CW/RTTY) The dial speed is reduced to 1⁄4 of the normal speed when the 1⁄4 tuning function is ON, for finer tuning control. You can set the 1⁄4 tuning function in each operating frequency band. This function is selectable only when the quick tuning function is turned OFF. qq ush MENU (C) one or more times to select the P “M-2” screen (M-2 menu). ww ouch [1/4](D) to turn the 1⁄4 tuning function ON or T OFF. • “ ” appears when the 1⁄4 tuning function is ON. DD1/4 tuning step function Touch [1/4] ¹⁄₄ tuning icon DDAuto tuning step function When you rapidly rotate the Dial, the tuning speed can automatically accelerate, depending on the “MAIN DIAL Auto TS” option in the “Function” Set mode. qq ush SET (C) to enter the Set mode. P ww ouch the “MAIN DIAL Auto TS” item of the “FuncT tion” Set mode.  Function > MAIN DIAL Auto TS • f the specified item is not displayed, touch [Y] or [Z](D) I one or more times to select the page. Push SET ee ouch the desired option to select the HIGH or LOW T tuning speed acceleration, or to turn OFF the function. • HIGH:  hen the tuning step is set to 1 kHz or smallW er steps, the tuning speed is approximately five times faster.  When the tuning step is set to 5 kHz or larger steps, the tuning speed is approximately two times faster. (default) • LOW: Approximately two times faster • OFF: Auto tuning step is turned OFF. • f desired, touch the item for 1 second to open the Default I set window, then select the “Default” to reset to the default setting. Touch “Function” rrPush SET (C) to exit the Set mode. Touch “MAIN DIAL Auto TS” The L, R, C or D in the instructions indicate the part of the controller. L: Left side, R: Right side, C: Center bottom D: Display (Touch screen) 3-10 HIGH (Default) BASIC OPERATION 3 Setting frequency (Continued) DDDirect frequency input The transceiver has a Direct input screen for direct frequency entry, as described below. • Operating frequency input qq ouch the MHz digits to enter the Band selection disT play. [. . . ] OFF, Your Call Sign or My Call Sign Selects whether or not to display My or Your call sign while transmitting. Slow or Fast Sets the scrolling speed of the message, call sign, or other text, that are displayed on the transceiver’s LCD. OFF or ON Selects whether or not to display the voice TX memory name on the “VOICE TX” screen. OFF or ON Selects whether or not to display the keyer memory contents on the “KEYER SEND” screen. [. . . ]


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