User manual ICOM IC-A110

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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL VHF AIR BAND TRANSCEIVER iA110 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. FOREWORD READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely before using the transceiver. CAUTIONS R WARNING!NEVER operate the transceiver with a headset or other audio accessories at high volume levels. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume level or discontinue use. SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL -- This instruction manual contains important operating instructions for the IC-A110. EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS The explicit definitions below apply to this instruction manual. [. . . ] NOTE: This function available for both internal and external speakers. 4 r Push and hold [PTT] to transmit, then speak into the microphone. · Transmit indicator lights. t Release [PTT] to receive. 2 BASIC OPERATION I Squelch function The transceiver has a noise squelch circuit to mute undesired noise while receiving no signal. I Dial select function Use the dial select function to adjust the tuning behavior of the [DIAL] keys--use 1 MHz tuning when you want to change the frequency in large increments; use regular tuning (25 kHz or 8. 33* kHz) when you want to change the frequency in smaller increments. to return to normal operation. D Setting the squelch level q Push [SQL] to turn the level adjusting mode ON. · `SQ 01' is loose squelch and `SQ 25' is tight squelch. (Initial level is `SQ 01') · `SQ 01' indicates that the squelch circuit is turned off. ·" " appears on the display. e Push [SQL] to return to regular operation. 1 MHz tuning selected I Side tone function When using an optional headset, such as those from the David Clark Co. via the OPC-871 HEAD SET ADAPTOR, the transceiver outputs your transmitted voice to the headset for monitoring. 17) Regular tuning selected I LCD backlight control The backlight of the can be set OFF, Low or High. Push [DIAL] to toggle the backlight control; OFF, Low or High are available. 5 NOTE: Large tuning steps should be used only when you want to change the frequency in large increments. Please select regular tuning steps for normal operation. SCAN OPERATION I Scan operation q Push [V/M] to select memory mode or VFO mode, if necessary. · " MR " appears on the memory mode. 3 highest frequency · VFO scan Repeatedly scans all frequencies over the entire band. (eg 25 kHz or 8. 33* kHz) *Except USA version lowest frequency Start Scan Jump w Make sure the squelch level is set to the threshold point. · Set a squelch level (01 to 25) where the noise is muted. e Push [SCAN] to start scan. · To change the scan direction, turn [DIAL]. e To cancel dualwatch, push [PRI] again. 7 MEMORY PROGRAMMING I Programming a memory channel The transceiver has 20 memory channels for storage of often -used frequencies. w Turns the [DIAL] to select the desired frequency. · Push [DIAL/TS] one or more times to use the dial select function, if desired. 4 D Setting lock out channels In order to speed up the scan interval, you can set memory channels you don't wish to be scanned as lock out channels. q Push [V/M] to select memory mode, if necessary. · " MR " appears. w Turn the [DIAL] to select a memory channel to set as a lock out channel. to toggle the lock out setting ON/OFF. · "LOCK OUT" appears when the channel is set as a lock out channel. e Push [V/M] for 5 sec. to enter memory programming mode. · " MR " and memory channel number appear. Memory channel 8 is set as lock out channel. r Turn the [DIAL] to select the desired memory channel number. to program the information into the channel and return to VFO mode. · Push [SQL] for 1 sec. to clear the memory information. *NOTE: The VFO/memory switch [V/M] and the memory write switch [M/W] functions may not be available depending on version. 8 4 MEMORY PROGRAMMING I Memory names ï Programming memory names q Select the memory channel to be programmed: Push [V/M] to select memory mode. to enter memory name writing mode. · The first character of the name flashes. NOTE: ·Push PTT switch to abort the programming memory name. · The following characters can be used in names: 0 to 9, A to Z (capitals), (space), $, %, ', (, ), , +, " , ", ­, /, <, =, >, ?, @, [, \, ], ^, _ and `. e Turns the [DIAL] as many times as necessary to enter the desired name. · To erase a character, overwrite with a space (displayed as _). · Memory channels can be programmed with names of up to 7 characters in length. [. . . ] Channel spacing (MHz) (kHz) Channel ID (Displayed Freq. ) 118. 0000 118. 0250 118. 0500 118. 0750 118. 1000 etc 25 25 25 25 25 118. 000 118. 025 118. 050 118. 075 118. 100 · Channel spacing: 8. 33* kHz Operating Freq. Channel spacing (MHz) (kHz) Channel ID (Displayed Freq. ) 118. 0000 118. 0083 118. 0167 118. 0250 118. 0333 118. 0417 118. 0500 118. 0583 118. 0667 118. 0750 118. 0833 118. 0917 118. 1000 etc 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 118. 005 118. 010 118. 015 118. 030 118. 035 118. 040 118. 055 118. 060 118. 065 118. 080 118. 085 118. 090 118. 105 118. 0000 118. 0000 118. 0083 118. 0167 118. 0250 118. 0250 118. 0333 118. 0417 118. 0500 118. 0500 118. 0583 118. 0667 118. 0750 118. 0750 118. 0833 118. 0917 118. 1000 118. 1000 etc 25 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 25 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 25 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 25 8. 33 8. 33 8. 33 25 8. 33 118. 000 118. 005 118. 010 118. 015 118. 020 118. 030 118. 035 118. 040 118. 050 118. 055 118. 060 118. 065 118. 070 118. 080 118. 085 118. 090 118. 100 118. 105 *Except USA version. 16 9 OPC-871 HEADSET ADAPTER (OPTION) D Installation The optional OPC-871 HEADSET ADAPTER install as follows. 2) r Mount the phone plug attachment together with the mobile mounting bracket with 2 supplied screws. 3) I OPC-871 Headset adapter When using a headset (supplied from 3rd party) via the adapter, the transceiver outputs your transmitted voice to the headset for monitoring. 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