User manual ICOM IC-R10

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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER iR10 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. IMPORTANT READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the receiver. CAUTIONS RWARNING!This may pose a fire hazard or result in an electric shock. SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL -- This instruction manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-R10. RWARNING!NEVER EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS The following explicit definitions apply to this manual. [. . . ] 24 4 MEMORY MODE I Programming a memory channel -- 1 This is the quickest way to memorize a received frequency, along with its receive mode and other information. When you memorize the frequency in this way, the previously memorized data is replaced with the new data. If you do not want to lose the previously memorized data, select a blank channel number before programming (p. Programming While pushing [FUNC], push [(V/M)MW] to program the data. · When programming is successfully completed, 3 beeps sound. 2. 12) you want in VFO mode. 25 MEMORY MODE 4 I Programming a memory channel -- 2 This is the simplest method to memorize the received frequency along with its receive mode and other information. 3. BANK and memory channel setting q While pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the BANK you want to program into. w Rotate [DIAL] to select the memory channel you want to program. 4. to program the data. · When programming is successfully completed, 3 beeps sound and VFO mode is automatically selected. 1. BANK and memory channel setting While pushing [FUNC], push [(V/M)MW]. q qw 26 4 MEMORY MODE I Programming a memory channel -- 3 This is the easiest way to memorize the received frequency, mode and other information along with memory, BANK names, scanning condition, etc. w Rotate [DIAL] or enter the alphanumeric characters via the keypad to program a memory name. · When you enter channel names with [DIAL] or a character assigned to the same key, push [ENT] before you enter the next character to change the digit (see page 72 for alphanumeric key assignments). 1. w While pushing [FUNC], push [(V/M)MW] to enter memory write mode. w 2. BANK and memory channel setting q While pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select the BANK you want to program (p. w Rotate [DIAL] or push 2 digit keys to select the memory channel you want to program (p. Programming details -- cont. e Push [EDIT], then rotate [DIAL] to select receive mode. y Push [EDIT], then rotate [DIAL] or enter alphanumeric characters to program a BANK name. · When you enter channel names with [DIAL] or a character assigned to the same key, push [ENT] before you enter the next character to change the digit (see page 72 for alphanumeric key assignments). Programming details -- cont. u Push [EDIT], to display your programmed frequency for confirmation. to return to VFO mode. When you want to return to VFO mode immediately, push [EDIT] for 2 sec. at any time. 28 4 MEMORY MODE I Programming example 1 -- (118. 0250 MHz; AM to channel B07) 1. w While pushing [FUNC], rotate [DIAL] to select BANK "B". FUNC 2. w Push [MODE] one or more times to select AM mode. MODE VFO AM 3. Programming the data While pushing [FUNC], push [(V/M)MW] for 2 sec. + [DIAL] B: MEMO FM 144. 0000 e Push numeral keys or rotate [DIAL] to set the frequency 118. 0250 MHz. 1 1 8 VFO AM e Push [0] and [7] to enter the memory channel number. 0 7 118. B07 MEMO FM . BLANK . 0 2 VFO AM "BLANK" appears when the memory channel is not programmed. 118. 0250 5 ENT 29 MEMORY MODE 4 I Programming example 2 -- (59. 75 MHz; WFM to channel A45) 1. [. . . ] the power is OFF. ) (Remove the batteries if you will not be using the receiver for a long time. ) · The batteries have been installed in reverse po- · Re-install the batteries in the correct orientation. 11 No audio is output. Weak reception, excessive · Not centered on the frequency. · The [SQL] (RF gain) is set too far clockwise (when USB, LSB or CW is selected). the keypad or [DIAL] Cannot charge the installed · [CHARGE] is set to the OFF position. [. . . ]

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