User manual ICOM IC-PW1

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[. . . ] For radio communications, the antenna is of critical importance, along with sensitivity. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS · IBM PC/AT compatible computer · An RS-232C serial port (38400 bps or faster) · Microsoft® Windows® 95 or Microsoft® Windows® 98 · Intel i486DX4 processor or faster (Pentium® 100 MHz or faster recommended) · At least 16 MB RAM · At least 10 MB of hard disk space · At least 640 × 480 pixel display (800 × 600 pixel display recommended) i OPERATING NOTES The IC-PW1 may receive its own oscillated frequency, resulting in no reception or only noise reception, on some frequencies. The IC-PW1 may receive interference from extremely strong signals on different frequencies or when using an external high-gain antenna. Versions of the IC-PW1 which display "CE" on the serial number seal, comply with the essential requirements of the 89/336/EEC directive for Electromagnetic Compatibility. CAUTIONS RWARNING!NEVER connect the receiver to a power source of more than 16 V DC such as a 24 V battery. only (FCC information) CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Icom Inc. [. . . ] w Set volume r Set the squelch level e Set frequency 16 BASIC OPERATION 3 s Setting a frequency Depending on the situation, the receive frequency can be set using the following methods. Frequencies can be set from 0. 01000 to 1300. 00000 MHz. D Using the keypad Click the desired numeral buttons, then click [ENT] to set the frequency. · When making a mistake while inputting a frequency, click [CE] to clear the input and return to the previous frequency. · When you want to change the 100 kHz digit and below, click [·] first, then the numeral buttons and then [ENT]. · When you want to set the 100 kHz digit and below to 0, input the MHz digits and then click [ENT]. · When inputting a frequency outside of the allowed receive frequency range, the previously selected frequency is automatically selected after clicking [ENT]. D Using the tuning dial Click the tuning dial with the sub mouse button to increase the frequency; click the tuning dial with the main mouse button to decrease the frequency. · The frequency changes according to the preset tuning steps. · When clicking and holding either button the frequency scrolls up or down. D Using the PC keyboard Push the desired numeral keys, then push [Enter] to set the frequency. · When inputting from the keyboard, click anywhere in the receiver screen first, then begin inputting from the keyboard. · When making a mistake while inputting a frequency, push [Esc] to clear the input and return to the previous frequency. · When you want to change the 100 kHz digit and below, push [·] first, then the numeral keys and then [Enter]. · When you want to set the 100 kHz digit and below to 0, input the MHz digits and then push [Enter]. · Push [b] or [a] to set the frequency according to the selected tuning step. · When inputting a frequency outside of the allowed receive frequency range, the previously selected frequency is automatically selected after clicking [Enter]. D Using the simple function receiver screen q Click [MENU] and select the `Function Controller' when it is not displayed. The attenuator function can reduce signal strength of interfering signals by approx. 20 dB. s Automatic noise limiter The automatic noise limiter removes noise components from an AM signal. D Using the multi-function receiver screen Click [ANL] to toggle the automatic noise limiter ON and OFF. · "ANL" appears in the function display. D Using the multi-function receiver screen Click [ATT] to toggle the attenuator function ON and OFF. · "ATT" appears in the function display. D Using the simple function receiver screen q Click [MENU] and select the `Function controller' when it is not displayed. w Click [ANL] on the function controller to toggle the automatic noise limiter ON and OFF. [ATT] · "ANL" appears in the information display if the information display is in use. D Using the simple function receiver screen q Click [MENU] and select the `Function controller' when it is not displayed. w Click [ATT] on the function controller to toggle the attenuator function ON and OFF. · "ATT" appears in the information display if the information display is in use. [ANL] 21 4 MEMORY CHANNELS s Saving memory channels The memory channels can be stored as a PC file. s General The receiver has 1000 memory channels in 20 banks for storage of often-used frequencies. D Using the multi-function receiver screen D Memory channel contents The following information can be programmed into memory channels: · Memory channel name · Operating frequency (p. 36) · Memory channel comment Select [Save] or [Save As] on the [File] menu to back up memory channel data. Select [New] on the [File] menu to make a new file for memory channel data. D Using the simple function receiver screen Select [Save] or [Save As] in the [File] menu on the shortcut menu to back up memory channel data. Select [Open] in the [File] menu on the shortcut menu to open memory channel data. Select [New] in the [File] menu on the shortcut menu to make a new file for memory channel data. 22 MEMORY CHANNELS 4 s Selecting a memory channel q Click the [BANK ] or [BANK ] button to select a memory bank. w Click the [CH ] or [CH ] button to select a memory channel. D Using the memory list screen q Call up the memory list screen if it is not displayed. · For the multi-function receiver screen, click the memory list screen button or select `Memory List' from the [View] menu. · For the simple function receiver screen, click the [MENU] button and select the `Memory List. ' D Using the up/down button on the multifunction receiver screen D Using the [Mch] button on the multifunction receiver screen Click the desired numeral buttons (1 to 50), then click [Mch] to set memory channel. · When making a mistake while inputting a memory channel, click [CE] to clear the input and return to the previous frequency. w Click [BANK #]/[BANK $] or select a bank name with [$] to select a memory bank. [. . . ] · For the simple function receiver screen, click the [MENU] button and select the `Function Setting (SET). ' When the scan controller screen is in use, click the [SET] button on the screen. D About the limit indicator When using the band scope function and the selected tuning step (TS) is outside the automatic sweep step setting, [LIMIT] appears in the band scope display. This indicates that the tuning step (TS) and the sweep step width are not the same. w Click the [BAND SCOPE] tab. e Click a frequency step range from inside the [Automatic Sweep-Step Limit]. · The sweep step range can be selected from one of 1 kHz to 100 kHz, 1 kHz to 50 kHz or 1 kHz to 25 kHz. 35 7 TONE SQUELCH OPERATION e Click the [TSQL] button to bring up the [TONE SQUELCH] dialog box. · "T-SQL" and tone squelch frequency appear in the information display. The tone squelch opens only when receiving a signal containing a matching subaudible tone in FM mode. For example, you can silently wait for calls from group members using the same tone in an amateur band. D Using the multi-function receiver screen q Click the [FM] button to select FM mode. [. . . ]

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