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[. . . ] The ICM801GMDSS MF/HF MARINE TRANSCEIVER is designed and built with Icom's superior technology and craftsmanship. With proper care, this product should provide you with years of trouble-free operation. We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you for making the IC-M801GMDSS your radio of choice, and hope you agree with Icom's philosophy of "technology first. " Many hours of research and development went into the design of your IC-M801GMDSS. IMPORTANT READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the transceiver. SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL. This manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-M801GMDSS. EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS WORD R WARNING CAUTION NOTE DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric shock may occur. [. . . ] 17) · Self-ID (MMSI code) indication (described in this section; p. 43) I ID input A total of 100 ID codes can be programmed as "Address ID" (for ships and coast stations) and "Group ID" (for group stations). A pair of frequencies (both transmit and receive) and ID name are also programmed together with the ID code which are used as call frequencies when using the ID code. D SETTING PROCEDURES: q During DSC menu indication, rotate [CH] to select "Set up" then push [ENT] to select setup menu. · The select screen is displayed as below. ******** Set up ******** -------- Select -------ÇA d d r e s s I D Group ID Call frqeuency Traffic frqeuency Scan frqeuency Watch keeping receiver MMSI check OK SEL r Push the numeral keys to input the desired 10-digit ID name, 9-digit code and both transmit and receive frequencies, then push [ENT]. · Rotate [CH] to move the cursor. · When entering group code, enter "0 (zero)" for the first digit. · The frequencies entered should be within the marine frequency ranges as follows. 1. 6­ 2. 9999 MHz 4. 0­ 4. 9999 MHz 6. 0­ 6. 9999 MHz 8. 0­ 8. 9999 MHz 12. 0­13. 9999 MHz 16. 0­17. 9999 MHz 18. 0­19. 9999 MHz 22. 0­22. 9999 MHz 25. 0­27. 5000 MHz ******** Set up ******** ------ Address ID -----******** Set up ******** ------- Group ID ------Name:ICOM_M801_ ID:012345678 TX:_2345. 0kHz RX:_2345. 0kHz C an c e l OK w Rotate [CH] to select the "Address ID" or "Group ID, " then push [ENT]. · The address/group ID list screen is displayed. ******** Set up ******** ------ Address ID -----******** Set up ******** ------- Group ID ------Ç< a d d > SEL C an c e l OK t Push [ENT] to program the contents into the address or group ID. · Returns to the address/group ID list screen automatically. · The ID list is displayed in alphabetical order for ID name, so [CH] rotation may be necessary for the programmed ID confirmation. ******** Set up ******** ------ Address ID -----******** Set up ******** ------- Group ID ------Ç< a d d > 012345678 ICOM M801 When the memory is full: "Memory full" is displayed beside "<add>" indication when 100 ID codes have been programmed. 44 for delete). e Rotate [CH] to select "<add>" then push [ENT]. · The address/group ID setup screen is displayed. ******** Set up ******** ------ Address ID -----******** Set up ******** ------- Group ID ------Name:_________ ID:0________ TX:_____. _kHz RX:_____. _kHz C an c e l OK SEL C an c e l OK y Push [MODE SET] to return to DSC watch mode, or push [FREQ/CH] to return to the select screen. 11 DSC MENU OPERATION I Frequency input A total of 50 frequency pairs can be programmed as "Call frequency, " "Traffic frequency" or "Scan frequency. " The frequency usage and frequency name are also programmed together with the frequency. NOTE: Up to 6 pairs of frequencies only can be assigned as a scan frequency. (Different from the distress/safety frequencies. ) D SETTING PROCEDURES: q During DSC menu indication, rotate [CH] to select "Set up" then push [ENT] to select setup menu. · The select screen is displayed. r Push the numeral keys to input the desired 10character frequency name, and both transmit and receive frequencies, then push [ENT]. · Rotate [CH] to move the cursor. · The frequencies entered should be within the marine frequency ranges as follows. 1. 6­ 2. 9999 MHz 4. 0­ 4. 9999 MHz 6. 0­ 6. 9999 MHz 8. 0­ 8. 9999 MHz 12. 0­13. 9999 MHz 16. 0­17. 9999 MHz 18. 0­19. 9999 MHz 22. 0­22. 9999 MHz 25. 0­27. 5000 MHz ******** Set up ******** ---- Call frequency ---******** Set up ******** -- Traffic frequency --******** Set up ******** ---- Scan frequency ---- w Rotate [CH] to select the "Call frequency, " "Traffic frequency" or "Scan frequency, " then push [ENT]. · The call/traffic/scan frequency list screen is displayed. ******** Set up ******** ---- Call frequency ---******** Set up ******** -- Traffic frequency --******** Set up ******** ---- Scan frequency ---Ç< a d d > SEL C an c e l OK When the memory is full: "Memory full" is displayed beside "<add>" indication when a total of 50 pairs of frequencies (6 pairs for scan frequency) have been programmed. e Rotate [CH] to select "<add>" then push [ENT]. · The call/traffic/scan frequency setup screen is displayed. ******** Set up ******** ---- Call frequency ---******** Set up ******** -- Traffic frequency --******** Set up ******** ---- Scan frequency ---Comment:_________ TX:_____. _kHz RX:_____. _kHz C an c e l OK Comment:ICOM_Group TX:_4567. 0kHz RX:_4567. 0kHz C an c e l OK t Push [ENT] to program the contents into a call, traffic or scan frequency. · Returns to the call/traffic/scan frequency list screen. · The programmed frequency is displayed at the bottom line, so [CH] rotation is necessary for the programmed frequency confirmation. ******** Set up ******** ---- Call frequency ---******** Set up ******** -- Traffic frequency --******** Set up ******** ---- Scan frequency ---Ç< a d d > T: 4567. 0kHz ICOM Group R: 4567. 0kHz SEL C an c e l OK y Push [MODE SET] to return to DSC watch mode, or push [FREQ/CH] to return to the select screen. 42 DSC MENU OPERATION 11 I Verifying self-ID During setup select menu indication, rotate [CH] to select "MMSI check" then push [ENT] to display the programmed MMSI ID (self-ID). Push [DSC] to select DSC watch mode. · Push [MODE SET] to return to DSC watch mode, or push [FREQ/CH] to return to the select screen. ******** Set up ******** ------ MMSI check -----ID:123456789 1. 00 C an c e l OK I Self testing According to regulations, the IC-M801GMDSS has a self testing capability to check the internal AFSK encoder and decoder circuits without signal transmission via the transceiver. w Rotate [CH] to select "Self test" then push [ENT] to start the self test. ****** Self test ******* If the circuit has a problem, the following message is displayed. · Both or either message is/are displayed depending on problem. TRANSC NG : Transceiver's encoder or decoder circuit has a problem. ****** Self test ******* Testing. . . C an c e l OK DSC-RX NG TRANSC NG C an c e l OK e "OK" is displayed when both encoder and decoder functioning correctly. ****** Self test ******* OK C an c e l OK 11 I Scanning distress frequency selection q During DSC menu indication, rotate [CH] to select "Set up" then push [ENT] to select setup menu. · The select screen is displayed. w Rotate [CH] to select the "Watch keeping receiver, " then push [ENT]. · Six distress frequencies for DSC operation are displayed. ******** Set up ******** -Watch keeping receiverÇ2 1 8 7 . 5 k H z 4207. 5kHz 6312. 0kHz 8414. 5kHz 12577. 0kHz 16804. 5kHz OK SEL e Rotate [CH] to select the desired distress frequency then push [ENT]. r Rotate [CH] to turn the selected frequency then push [ENT]. · "2187. 5 kHz" and "8414. 5 kHz" cannot be turned OFF. *Watch keeping receiver* ------ 4207. 5kHz ------OFF ÇO N SEL OK t Push [MODE SET] to return to DSC watch mode, or push [FREQ/CH] to return to the select screen. 43 11 DSC MENU OPERATION I Memory reading/deleting q During setup select menu indication, rotate [CH] to select the desired memory item then push [ENT]. · Push [DSC] to select DSC watch mode. · Rotate [CH] to select "Set up" then push [ENT]. e Operate as follows: When reading the memory contents only; · Push [ENT] to return to the appropriate memory list screen. When deleting the memory contents; · Push and hold [CE] for 1 sec. - After deleting, the appropriate memory list screen is displayed automatically. w Rotate [CH] to select the desired memory, then push [ENT]. ******** Set up ******** ------ Address ID -----******** Set up ******** ------- Group ID ------Name:ICOM M801 ID:012345678 TX: 2345. 0kHz RX: 2345. 0kHz DEL OK ******** Set up ******** ---- Call frequency ---******** Set up ******** -- Traffic frequency --******** Set up ******** ---- Scan frequency ---Comment:ICOM Group TX: 4567. 0kHz RX: 4567. 0kHz DEL OK I Printing out the DSC memory contents The received DSC call contents can be printed out when a printer (IBM® centronics or compatible) is connected to the transceiver. The automatic print out capability when a DSC call is received is available in initial set mode. [. . . ] The more grounding you provide for your central electronics, the less problems you will have with stray RF. This includes the ICOM single sideband tuner that's usually several feet away from the equipment. These tuners may be all the way back aft, adding another dimension to your ground foil run. You can also pick up additional ground counterpoise surface area by adding substantial metals along the way in your copper foil run. Stainless steel hose clamps make it easy to pick up through-hull bronze fittings, water tanks, copper hydraulic lines, and anything else that may give you some additional underwater surface area. [. . . ]

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