User manual ICOM IC-E90
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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MULTIBAND FM TRANSCEIVER
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. WARNING: MODIFICATION OF THIS DEVICE TO RECEIVE CELLULAR RADIO TELEPHONE SERVICE SIGNALS IS PROHIBITED UNDER FCC RULES AND FEDERAL LAW.
Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The IC-E90 MULTIBAND TRANSCEIVER is designed and built with Icom's superior technology and craftsmanship. [. . . ] · Previously programmed name appears, if programmed.
[MR] Write into the channel.
FM DUP T
t Rotate the tuning dial to select the desired character.
· See the following list for available characters.
The memory names are automatically programmed into the memory channels.
y Push [BAND] to advance the cursor.
· Rotating the tuning dial while pushing [BAND] also selects the cursor.
D Memory name indication
Turn the memory name indication ON and OFF as follows. to toggle the memory name indication ON and OFF.
t MEMORY/CALL CHANNELS
u Repeat t and y until the desired name is input. o If you want to set other channels, repeat w through i to set the desired name.
FM DUP T FM DUP T
· Frequencies are displayed for the memory channels which do not have memory names. · To change the memory name, program a new memory name again.
Memory name ON
· Available characters
Memory name indication [BAND] FM DUP T [VFO] [MR] [CALL/TV] [8 SET]
I Memory bank
The transceiver has 500 memory channels that can be assigned to 18 banks for faster memory access, memory arrangement, etc. Each bank (AH, J, L, NR, T, U and Y) can be assigned up to 100 memory channels.
000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 51. 000 MHz 145. 000 MHz 433. 000 MHz 145. 120 MHz 435. 340 MHz 145. 040 MHz 433. 560 MHz 438. 480 MHz 51. 560 MHz 1. 620 MHz 50. 140 MHz 118. 200 MHz 76. 500 MHz 118. 125 MHz 145. 540 MHz 436. 850 MHz 434. 720 MHz 435. 750 MHz 432. 720 MHz 75. 795 MHz 127. 700 MHz 146. 300 MHz
Memory banks are used for arrangement of a memory channel. When you edit the original memory channel contents, the memory bank contents are updated automatically.
Memory bank contents
A B C D E F G H J L N O P Q R T U Y 0099 144 MHz frequencies 0099 430 MHz frequencies 0099 VHF air frequencies 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099 0099
D Setting a memory bank
q Push [MR] to select memory mode. to indicate a memory channel.
· Memory channel indicator blinks. · Do not hold [MR S. MW] for more than 2 sec. , otherwise the previously selected VFO will be overwritten.
r Push [CALL/TV] several times to select "BANK. "
· Memory bank screen appears. · Previously programmed memory bank appears, if programmed.
C00 C01 A02 B02
t Push [BAND] to select a memory bank.
· Rotating the tuning dial while pushing [BAND] also selects the memory bank. · Select "-- -- -- --" to clear the memory bank information.
y Rotate the tuning dial to select the desired channel.
C02 A03 C03
· Previously used memory bank channel cannot be selected.
u Push [VFO] to program the memory bank channel.
499 119. 870 MHz
FM P SKIP
t MEMORY/CALL CHANNELS
q Push [MR] to select memory mode. y Rotate [DIAL] to select memory bank channel.
[BAND] [MR S. MW] [CALL/TV]
Memory bank and channel. to indicate Mch.
u Push [VFO].
Memory channel indicator flashes.
Memory bank is programmed and memory mode is selected.
Push [BAND] to select the memory bank in sequence. Pushing [MR] toggles the memory channel indication and memory bank indication.
Memory channel indication
r Push [CALL/TV].
Memory bank indication
Each push selects BANK, NAME, SKIP, CLEAR and S. MW in sequence.
I Memory clear
Unwanted memory channels can be cleared (erased). Before clearing a memory channel make sure it is no longer needed as cleared memories cannot be recalled. to indicate a memory channel.
· Memory channel indicator blinks. · Do not hold [MR S. MW] for more than 2 sec. , otherwise the previously selected VFO or memory channel will be overwritten.
r Push [MR S. MW] for 1 sec. to clear the selected memory channel.
· 3 beeps sound, then the frequency is cleared.
t Push [VFO] to return to the previous mode.
AM P SKIP
w Select the memory channel to be cleared with [DIAL].
· Scan edges (0A/0B) cannot be cleared.
FM DUP T
e Push [CALL/TV] several times to select "CLEAR. "
[VFO] [MR S. MW] [CALL/TV]
I Call channel
5 call channels are available to store the most-often-used frequencies for quick recall. The call channels can be programmed in a similar manner to memory channel programming. Select C0C4 for programming call channels 04 in step r in "Programming memory channels. " (p. 37) · Call channel example (depends on version)
50 MHz band call channel
UHF band call channel
VHF band call channel
D Selecting a call channel
q Push [CALL/TV] to select a call channel.
· Pushing [CALL/TV] selects a call, TV and weather (U. S. A. [DIAL]
w Rotate [DIAL] counterclockwise or clockwise to select a programmed call channel.
· Rotating [DIAL] while pushing [BAND] selects all call channels.
e Push [VFO] or [MR] to return to the previously selected mode.
[BAND] [MR] [CALL/TV]
Up to 25 programmed scan ranges (0A/0B to 24A/24B), full scan, band scan and memory bank scan provide scanning versatility. Each scan can have skip channels programmed.
I Scan types
D VFO scans
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