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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL HF/50 MHz TRANSCEIVER i7410 FOREWORD Thank you for making the IC-7410 your radio of choice. We hope you agree with Icom’s philosophy of “technology first. ” Many hours of research and development went into the design of your IC-7410. SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES The transceiver comes with the following accessories. 2 t ACC cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Differs depending on the version. q e r FEATURES ❍  igh receiver performance: third-order intercept H point (IP3) of +30 dBm (HF bands only) ❍  imple band scope function S ❍  0. 5 ppm of high frequency stability ± ❍  TTY demodulator and decoder R ❍  S-BA1 compatible R t IMPORTANT transceiver. y For European versions w w READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL. [. . . ] q  irst, set the frequency offset for the HF and 50 F MHz bands in the “FM SPLIT Offset HF” and “FM SPLIT Offset 50M” items, and set the “Quick SPLIT” item to “ON” in the Set mode. t  otate [DIAL] to set the receive frequency (repeater R output frequency). y  old down [SPLIT] to turn ON the Quick Split funcH tion. •“ ” and “TONE” appear. •  he tone frequency can be set in the “TON” screen T (Tone). 52) TSQL SCAN Tone SACN . Hz [SPLIT] [VFO/MEMO] [AM/FM] [DIAL] Appears M1 AGC TON SCP Appears u  ommunicate in the normal way. C 51 RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT 4 D Repeater access tone frequency setting Some repeaters require a subaudible tone to be accessed. Subaudible tones are superimposed on your normal signal and must be set first. q n the FM mode, push [MENU] to display the “M1” I screen (Menu 1). w  ush [TON](F-4) one or more times to turn ON the P Tone Encoder function. • “TONE” appears. [TON] [MENU] [F-3] [DIAL] e  old down [TON](F-4) for 1 second to display the H “TON” screen (Tone). • “Rptr Tone” appears on the function display. 1 2 3 4 r  otate [DIAL] to select the desired repeater tone R frequency. (See the table below. ) t  ush [MENU] to save, and exit the “TON” screen. P • Available tone frequencies 67. 0 69. 3 71. 9 74. 4 77. 0 79. 7 82. 5 85. 4 088. 5 091. 5 094. 8 097. 4 100. 0 103. 5 107. 2 110. 9 114. 8 118. 8 123. 0 127. 3 131. 8 136. 5 141. 3 146. 2 151. 4 156. 7 159. 8 162. 2 165. 5 167. 9 171. 3 173. 8 177. 3 179. 9 183. 5 186. 2 189. 9 192. 8 196. 6 199. 5 203. 5 206. 5 (unit: Hz) 210. 7 254. 1 218. 1 225. 7 229. 1 233. 6 241. 8 250. 3 TON TON Rptr Tone SCAN 88. 5Hz 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 D Transmit frequency monitor check You may be able to directly receive the other party’s transmitted signal without having to go through a repeater. This function helps you to check whether or not the direct communication can be done. ➥  hile receiving, hold down [XFC] to see if you can W directly receive the other party’s transmitted signal. •  hile holding down [XFC], the offset direction and freW quency offset are displayed on the function display. M1 AGC [XFC] 14 15 SCP –100. 0k TON Offset direction and frequency 16 17 18 19 20 21 52 5 FUNCTIONS FOR RECEIVE ■ RIT function The RIT (Receive Increment Tuning) function compensates for off-frequency operation of the received station. The function shifts the receive frequency up to ±9. 99 kHz in 10 Hz steps*, without changing the transmit frequency. * he [RIT/∂TX] control tunes in 1 Hz steps when the operatT ing frequency readout is set to the 1 Hz step readout. [RIT] [CLEAR] q Push [RIT] to turn ON the RIT function. •  RIT” and the frequency shift appear when this function “ is ON. •  ush [CLEAR] momentarily to reset the RIT frequency P when the “Quick RIT Clear” item is set to “ON” in the Set mode. 88) •  old down [RIT] for 1 second to add the frequency shift H to the operating frequency, if desired. M1 AGC TBW [RIT/∂TX] Appear w Rotate the [RIT/∂TX] control. e To cancel the RIT function, push [RIT] again. • “RIT” and the frequency shift disappear. SCP D RIT Monitor function When the RIT function is ON, holding down [XFC] allows you to listen to the displayed frequency (RIT is temporarily cancelled). [XFC] 53 FUNCTIONS FOR RECEIVE 5 ■ Simple band scope The Band Scope function allows you to visually check the location and strength of signals around a specified frequency. The IC-7410’s Band Scope function can be used in any operating mode and any frequency band. Blinks when the reference frequency is outside of the sweep range. SCP STEP 0. 5k Sweep icon Band scope display Frequency display mark Sweep step display DESCRIPTION INDICATOR Sweep icon Band scope display Frequency display mark Sweep step display ” is displayed; while stopped, “ ” is displayed. While the band scope is sweeping, “ Received audio is not heard from the speaker while the band scope is sweeping. Displays the signal location and strength in relation to the center (displayed) frequency. Signal strength is relative to the S-meter level, S1 to S9, with each vertical dot in the band scope indicator equal to one segment of the S-meter. Signal activity is measured ±30 steps from the center frequency, with each step equal to the selected sweep step. [. . . ] 111 For remote transceiver control using a personal computer equipped with an RS-232C port. You can change frequencies, operating mode, memory channels, etc. , via your computer. These filters reduce interference from strong nearby signals. OPTIONS 16 • OPC-599 adapter cable 13-pin, ACC connector to 7-pin + 8-pin ACC connector. • MB-123 carrying handle Convenient when carrying the transceiver. The same as that supplied with the transceiver. • OPC-420 shield control cable For the connection between transceiver and the AH-4. • RS-BA1 ip remote control software To remotely control radios using the RS-BA1, BE SURE that you comply with your local regulations. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 112 Approved Icom optional equipment is designed for optimal performance when used with an Icom transceiver. Icom is not responsible for the destruction or damage to an Icom transceiver in the event the Icom transceiver is used with equipment that is not manufactured or approved by Icom. 17 CE INSTALLATION NOTES For amateur base station installations it is recommended that the forward clearance in front of the antenna array is calculated relative to the EIRP (Effective Isotropic Radiated Power). [. . . ]


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