User manual ICOM IC-970A

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[. . . ] During mobile operation, DO NOT operate the transceiver without running the vehicle's engine. When the transceiver power is ON and your vehicle's engine is OFF, the vehicle's battery will soon become exhausted. This will avoid possible damage to the transceiver by ignition voltage spikes. During maritime mobile operation, keep the transceiver and microphone as far away as possible from the magnetic navigation compass to prevent erroneous indications. [. . . ] q Push [M/S·BAND] to select the desired frequency band for transmission. · Push [V/M 1] to select VFO or memory mode, if desired. · Push [SSB/CW] or [FM] to select the desired operating mode. · SUB band mute function The SUB band mute function mutes receiving audio from the SUB band while transmitting. w Push [DN M] or [L UP] to select the SUB band mute item. · "Audio" is displayed. w Rotate the tuning dial to set the desired frequency. · Direct frequency input from the keypad is also available. e Push [SUB] to enable the SUB band access. · Push [M/S·BAND] for 1 sec. (when the optional UX-910 is installed. ) · Push [V/M 1] to select VFO or memory mode, if desired. · Push [SSB/CW] or [FM] to select the desired operating mode. e Rotate the tuning dial to turn the SUB band mute function ON and OFF. · Push [M-CL 5] for 1 sec. to return to the default setting. r Push [TRANSMIT] to exit from the TRANSMIT set mode. r Push [PTT] to transmit. 37 5 RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT I Connections for CW Before operating in CW, select the paddle type using the SSB/CW set mode. q Push [SSB/CW] to select CW mode. · "CW" indicator appears. e Push [DN M] or [L UP] to select the paddle type item. · "PAddLE" is displayed. r Rotate the tuning dial to select the paddle type. · Push [M-CL 5] for 1 sec. to return to the default setting. w Push [SET] then [SSB/CW] to enter the SSB/CW set mode. t Push [SSB/CW] to exit the SSB/CW set mode. CW [KEY] jack CW paddle with normal polarity (default) Paddle CW paddle with reverse polarity CW paddle use as bug-key Straight key Electronic keyer OFF (straight key) NOTE: A stereo plug must be used even when a straight key is used. See page 12 or 15. [MIC] connector Microphone Substitute paddle function (microphone [UP]/[DN]) NOTE: [UP]/[DN] keying does not function while pushing [PTT] on the microphone. Push [TRANSMIT] on the front panel or use the semi break-in function in this case. I CW mode operation q Connect a paddle or straight key as above. to select CW narrow mode after the CW mode selection when the optional CW narrow filter, FL-132 (for MAIN band) or FL-133 (for SUB band), is installed. y Operate the paddle or key to transmit the CW signal. · Input the frequency from the keypad Push [F-INP ENT] [1] [4] [4] [. ] [2] [6] [8] [F-INP ENT] FM VFO A Set desired frequency and mode. USB VFO A w Push [DN M] or [L UP] to select the desired memory channel to be programmed. to program the displayed frequency and operating mode into the memory channel. To check the programmed contents, push [V/M 1] to select memory mode. Select desired memory channel. USB VFO A Beep tones sound. USB VFO A I Programming in memory mode q Push [V/M 1] to select memory mode. w Push [DN M] or [L UP] to select the desired memory channel to be programmed. · The tuning dial rotation while pushing [F-INP ENT] also selects memory channel. FM USB MEMO Select desired memory channel. e Set the desired operating frequency and mode in the memory mode. · Tone frequency, offset frequency, etc. , can also be programmed. · Set the desired operating frequency using with the keypad when programming into blank channels. The tuning dial rotation for frequency setting cannot be performed when a blank channel is selected. · Input the frequency from the keypad Push [F-INP ENT] [1] [4] [4] [. ] [1] [6] [4] [F-INP ENT] MEMO Set desired frequency and mode. USB MEMO r Push [MW 4] for 1 sec. to program the displayed frequency and operating mode into the memory channel. Beep tones sound. USB MEMO 41 6 MEMORY OPERATION I Blank channels Memory channels 6­99 are blank channels by factory default. When a blank channel is selected, the "BLANK" indicator appears and the frequency band is displayed 2 sec. after the selection. D Programming a blank channel q Push [V/M 1] to select VFO mode. to program the memory channel. · "BLANK" indicator disappears. MEMO BLANK AN Operating band appears after 2 sec. MEMO BLANK AN "--430-" appears while in 430 MHz band. [. . . ] of memory Ch. : USB, LSB, CW, FM, FM-N* *Not available in 1200 MHz : 212 (99 regular, 6 scan edges, 1 calls for each band) plus 10 71. 2500 10. 8500 0. 455 71. 3500 10. 9500 0. 455 · Antenna connector · Usable temp. range · Frequency stability satellite memories) : SO-239 (50 ; VHF) Type-N (50 ; UHF) : ­10°C to +60°C; +14°F to +140°F : Less than ±3 ppm (­10 to 60°C; +14 to +140°F) 243. 8500 10. 8500 0. 455 243. 9500 10. 9500 0. 455 · Frequency resolution : 1 Hz minimum · Power supply : 13. 8 V DC ±15% (negative ground) · Current drain (at 13. 8 V DC; approx. ): Transmit Max. audio 2. 5 A (3. 5 A; UX-910) · Dimensions : 241(W) × 94(H) × 239(D) mm (projections not included) 91/2(W) × 311/16(H) × 913/32(D) in · Weight (approx. ) : 4. 5 kg; 10 lb (5. 35 kg; 11 lb 13 oz w/UX-910) · Sensitivity : SSB, CW (10 dB S/N) Less than 0. 11 µV FM (12 dB SINAD) Less than 0. 18 µV · Squelch sensitivity (threshold): SSB, CW Less than 1. 0 µV FM Less than 0. 18 µV · Selectivity : SSB, CW More than 2. 3 kHz/­6 dB Less than 4. 2 kHz/­60 dB* FM More than 15. 0 kHz/­6 dB Less than 30. 0 kHz/­60 dB* FM-N More than 6. 0 kHz/­6 dB Less than 18. 0 kHz/­36 dB CW-N More than 0. 5 kHz/­6 dB (w/FL-132 or FL-133) Less than 1. 34 kHz/­60 dB* *Except 1200 MHz band · ACC 1 connector · CI-V connector · DATA connectors : 8-pin DIN connector : 2-conductor 3. 5 (d) mm (1/8) : 6-pin mini DIN × 2 (for MAIN and SUB) · Transmitter · Output power (continuously adjustable): 144 MHz 5­100 W 430(440) MHz 5­75 W 1200 MHz 1­10 W (optional UX-910) · Modulation system : SSB Balanced modulation FM Variable reactance modulation · Spurious emission : 144/430(440) MHz More than 60 dB 1200 MHz More than 50 dB · Carrier suppression : More than 40 dB · Unwanted sideband : More than 40 dB suppression · Microphone connector : 8-pin connector (600 ) · KEY connector : 3-conductor 3. 5(d) mm (1/4) 80 · Spurious and image rejection ratio: 144/430(440) MHz More than 60 dB 1200 MHz More than 50 dB · AF output power : More than 2. 0 W at 10% (at 13. 8 V DC) distortion with an 8 load · RIT variable range : 144/430(440) MHz ±1. 0 kHz (SSB, CW) ±5. 0 kHz (FM) 1200 MHz ±2. 0 kHz (SSB, CW) ±10. 0 kHz (FM) · IF SHIFT variable range : More than ±1. 2 kHz · PHONES connector : 3-conductor 6. 35(d) mm (1/4) · Ext. SP connectors : 2-conductor 3. 5 (d) mm (1/8) /8 × 2 (for MAIN and SUB) All stated specifications are typical and subject to change without notice or obligation. OPTIONS CR-293 HIGH STABILITY CRYSTAL UNIT FL-132 (for MAIN band) FL-133 (for SUB band and satellite operation) CW NARROW FILTERS 15 HM-12 HAND MICROPHONE Frequency stability: ±0. 5 ppm (0°C to +60°C) Have good shape factor and provide better CW reception during crowded band conditions. [. . . ]

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