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Vertex Standard VX-1700 Series Service Manual

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Specifications - 2 pages
Operating manual - 32 pages
VX-1700 Series
HF Multi Mode Mobile Radio
Service Manual
For EXP Version
©2005 VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
This manual provides the technical information necessary for servicing the VX-1700 HF Transceiver.
Servicing this equipment requires expertise in handing surface-mount chip components. Attempts by non-
qualified persons to service this equipment may result in permanent damage not covered by the warranty,
and may be illegal in some countries.
Two PCB layout diagrams are provided for each double-sided board in this transceiver. Each side of the board
is referred to by the type of the majority of components installed on that side ("Side A" or "Side B"). In most
cases one side has only chip components (surface-mount devices), and the other has either a mixture of both
chip and leaded components (trimmers, coils, electrolytic capacitors, ICs, etc.), or leaded components only.
As described in the pages to follow, the advanced microprocessor design of the VX-1700 Transceiver allows a
complete alignment of this transceiver to be performed without opening the case of the radio; all adjustments
can be performed from the front panel, using the "Alignment Mode" menu.
While we believe the information in this manual to be correct, VERTEX STANDARD assumes no liability for
damage that may occur as a result of typographical or other errors that may be present. Your cooperation in
pointing out any inconsistencies in the technical information would be appreciated.
Specifications ...................................................................................................................................................... 2
Exploded View & Miscellaneous Parts .......................................................................................................... 3
Block Diagram .................................................................................................................................................... 5
Circuit Description ............................................................................................................................................. 7
Connector Pinout Diagrams / Slide Switch Setting .................................................................................. 10
Alignment .......................................................................................................................................................... 11
ALE-1 Automatic Link Establishment Unit Installation .......................................................................... 19
CE77 PC Programming Software ................................................................................................................... 21
Board Units (Schematics, Layouts & Parts)
MAIN Unit .................................................................................................................................................. 49
PA Unit ........................................................................................................................................................ 73
PANEL Unit ................................................................................................................................................ 83
GPS-INTERFACE Unit .............................................................................................................................. 89
MIC Unit ...................................................................................................................................................... 93
ENC Unit ..................................................................................................................................................... 94
ALE Unit (Option) ..................................................................................................................................... 95
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  • Page 1

    “Alignment Mode” menu. While we believe the information in this manual to be correct, VERTEX STANDARD assumes no liability for damage that may occur as a result of typographical or other errors that may be present. Your cooperation in pointing out any inconsistencies in the technical information would be appreciated.

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    General Receiver Frequency Range: 30 kHz ~ 30.0000 MHz Transmitter Frequency: 1.600 ~ 30.0000 MHz Emission Modes: A1A (CW), J3E (LSB/USB), A3E (AM), J2B (USB/LSB), H3E (2.182 MHz Emergency Channel only) Frequency Synthesizer Step: 10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz Frequency Stability: ±1 ppm (Typical) Operating Temperature Range:...

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    Exploded View & Miscellaneous Parts RA0695200 COVER (TOP) PA UNIT P1090352 CONNECTOR (FM-MDR-MI) RA0695600 RA0635400 HOLDER PLATE (CW) CHASSIS T9207202A WIRE ASSY PANEL UNIT RA0695700 HOLDER PLATE (D-SUB) RA0696100 REFLECTOR SHEET RA0727200 DIFFUSER SHEET (BLIND) (2pcs) RA0695800 INTER CONNECTOR (2pcs) G6090162 MAIN UNIT RA0695000...

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    Exploded View & Miscellaneous Parts...

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    Block Diagram...

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    Connection Diagram...

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    Circuit Description Receive Signal Path The DSP IC Q1035 (UPD77115) outputs AGC data which is proportionate to the received signal Incoming RF signal from the ANT jack is delivered strength to the main CPU Q1018 (HD64F2134). The to the PA Unit, and passes through the TX/RX relay main CPU Q1018 (HD64F2134), in turn, outputs a RL2009 to J2006.

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    Circuit Description On the PA Unit, the low-level RF signal from the IC Q1056 (ADF4001BRU), which contains a refer- MAIN Unit is amplified by pre-driver Q2001 ence divider, serial-to-parallel data latch, program- (RD06HHF1), push-pull driver Q2008/Q2009 (both mable divider, phase comparator and a swallow RD16HHF1), and push-pull final amplifier Q2012/ counter.

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    Circuit Description Control Circuit TX/RX Control Major frequency control functions such as channel When the PTT switch is pressed, pin 21 of the main CPU Q1018 (HD64F2134) goes low, which causes selection, display, and PLL divider control are per- formed by main CPU Q1018 (HD64F2134) on the pin 60 of the main CPU Q1018 (HD64F2134) to go MAIN Unit, at the command of the user via the tun- low.

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    Connector Pinout Diagrams / Slide Switch Setting MIC Jack GPS Jack ( As Viewed From Front Panel ) ( As Viewed From Rear Panel ) P ENB Connected with , and CNTL GND GPS Data Input ( + ) Connected with , and MIC GND GPS Data Input ( -- )

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    ANT jack in all procedures alignment are not covered by the warranty policy. that call for transmission, except where specified Also, Vertex Standard reserves the right to change otherwise. Correct alignment is not possible with circuits and alignment procedures in the interest of an antenna.

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    Alignment Reference & Local Alignment Whenever possible, alignments should be made with oscillator shields and circuit boards firmly affixed PLL R in place. Also, the test equipment must be thorough- Connect the Frequency Counter to pin 4 of Q1062 ly warmed up before beginning. on the MAIN Unit.

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    Alignment Transmitter Alignment Receiver Alignment TX IF C RX IF C Connect the 50 Ohm Dummy Load to the ANT Connect the RF Signal Generator to the ANT jack, jack. and connect the AF millivoltmeter to the EXT SP Remove the coaxial plug from J1002 on the MAIN jack.

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    Alignment PA Unit Alignment Connect the 50 Ohm Dummy Load to the ANT P -D jack. Connect the 50 Ohm Dummy Load to the ANT Remove the shorting-plug from J2004 on the PA jack. Unit, then connect the DC Ammeter to J2004 (pin Remove the shorting-plug from J2003 on the PA 1: “–”...

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    Alignment CM C Connect the 50 Ohm Dummy Load to the ANT Connect the 50 Ohm Dummy Load and Inline jack. Wattmeter to the ANT jack, and connect the CW Remove the solder jumper which is connected keyer to the KEY jack. between TP2020 and TP2021 on the PA Unit, then Connect the DC voltmeter to TP2018 (“+”...

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    Alignment Software Menu Alignment TX O Connect the 50 Ohm Dummy Load and Inline The ANT jack should be connected to a Dummy Wattmeter to the ANT jack. Load (in the case of transmission) or RF Signal Gen- Referring to the Table below, press the [ ALARM ] / erator (in the case of reception).

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    Alignment REV ALC A TX G Connect the 150 Ohm Dummy Load (or three 50 Connect the 50 Ohm Dummy Load and Inline Ohm Dummy Loads in parallel) to the ANT jack. Wattmeter to the ANT jack. Referring to the Table below, press the [ ALARM ] / Connect the AF Generator to pin 4 of the MIC [ 2128 ] key to recall each parameter listed, then jack, and adjust the AF Generator output level...

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    Alignment Note...

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    ALE-1 Automatic Link Establishment Unit Installation Installation Make sure that the transceiver off. Remove the DC Power Cable, Microphone, and Antenna from the transceiver. Referring to Figure 1, remove the four screws from the side of the transceiver (two screws for each side), along with four screws affixing the bottom case;...

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    ALE-1 Automatic Link Establishment Unit Installation Note...

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    This field sets the Default Receive Frequency of the er. With the CE77 PC Programming Software, you VFO. can quickly and easily program the Vertex Standard To enter the Receive Frequency, double click the left VX-1700 operating channels and configuration from mouse button on this column, then enter the desired your personal computer.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software MODE SHIFT This column selects the Operating Mode. This column may used to move a spurious response To select the Operating Mode, double click the left “Birdie” from the CPU clock away from the operat- mouse button on this column to invoke a pop-up ing frequency, should it cause interference.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software Main Programming Screen (Memory Screen) This column is used for entry of the six character CHN (CHANNEL) Alpha/Numeric “Tag” used to identify the channel. This number is used to identify the memory chan- To enter the Alpha/Numeric “Tag,” double click the nel.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software RECEIVE FREQUENCY set Frequency from the keyboard, then press the This column is used for entry of the Receive Fre- [ENTER] key to accept the new frequency. quency. If an incorrect entry is made, the entry will be round- To enter the Receive Frequency, double click the left ed off to the nearest valid frequency automatically.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software SAVE AS File Menu Save the programming session to the disk with the new name. Opens a new file. Click the left mouse button on the “Save As” pa- Click the left mouse button on the “New” parame- rameter in the File menu, a pop-up window appears ter in the File menu;...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software Edit Menu View Menu COPY TOOL BAR Use this command to copy selected data onto the The toolbar is displayed across the top of the appli- clipboard. This command is unavailable if there is cation window, below the menu bar. The toolbar no data currently selected.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software CW QSK Common Menu This parameter sets the delay time between the A1A (CW) FUNCTION PARAMETERS instant when the telegraph key is closed (key This parameter programs the various configuration down) and the moment the actual carrier enve- items of the A1A (CW) mode.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software HARDWARE PARAMETERS 4 - 30 MHz RF POWER Put a check mark into the check box to enable ad- This parameter programs the TX output power justment of its parameter from the transceiver’s set on the 4 - 30 MHz band for each power setting (“menu”) mode.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software KEY FUNCTION PARAMETERS PU/D SET This parameter sets the configurations for the key- This parameter programs the Programmable pad and button functions of the radio. Function Button feature which is located between Put a check mark into the check box to enable ad- the CH and VOL knobs.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software MARKETING PARAMETERS MISCELLANEOUS PARAMETERS This parameter indicates the Market Application This parameter programs the miscellaneous config- Number and Serial Number of the radio. uration options of the radio. The available parameters are Market Applications Put a check mark into the check box to enable ad- and Serial Number.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software BEEP TONE SCAN RESUME This parameter sets the Beep Tone (frequency). This parameter selects the Scan Resume Mode. The available selections are “LOW,” “NORMAL,” The available selections are “Carrier” and “Tim- and “HIGH.” er.” BEEP AF SET STANDBY BEEP This parameter defines whether the Beep volume This parameter toggles the Standby Beep feature...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software SYSTEM PARAMETERS CLARIFIER BACKUP TYPE This parameter programs the various system con- This parameter determines the Clarifier offset fre- figurations of the radio. quency when the memory channel is recalled. Put a check mark into the check box to enable ad- The available selections are “PRESET,”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software MIC GAIN TUNING This parameter programs the Microphone Input This parameter programs the Automatic Anten- Sensitivity. na Tuner function. The available values for the Microphone Gain are The available selections are: OFF: Disables the automatic tuning “LOW,”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software DW CH SEL OPTION PARAMETERS This parameter defines whether the “DW CH This parameter programs the configurations of op- SEL” selection shall be “Enabled” or “Disabled” tional modules for the radio. from the transceiver’s set (“menu”) mode. These include the Encryption Unit and the Option Board.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software STUN SYSTEM Selcall Menu This parameter determines whether the radio is SELCALL PARAMETERS able to receive a Stun System command or trans- This parameter programs the various Selcall config- mit a Stun System acknowledge command. urations of the radio. The available selections are “RX,”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software GPS POSITION REQUEST RADIO ID This parameter determines whether the radio is This parameter programs the transceiver’s Alpha/ able to receive or transmit a GPS position request. Numeric self-identification for the KILL and The available selections are “RX,” “TX,” STUN systems.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software ALL CALL TEL CALL This parameter determines whether the “All This parameter determines whether the radio is Call” function of the Selcall feature shall be “En- able to receive or transmit a Tel Call. abled” or “Disabled”. The available selections are “RX,”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software TX ID PARAMETER This parameter programs the Selcall TX ID to be called. To program this parameter, enter the TX ID (4 dig- its) into the “TX ID” column, then set the desired effective channel range (i.e. 1-001, 1-050, 2-051, etc.) for the TX ID into the “FROM”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software LINK TOT ALE Menu This parameter define whether the Link TOT fea- ALE COMMON PARAMETERS ture shall be “Enabled (ON)” or “Disabled (OFF).” This parameter programs the various configurations When this parameter is set to “ON,” the link to for the ALE (Automatic Link Establishment) system the other radio will be automatically disconnect- of the radio.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software NET NUMBER AMD MESSAGE PARAMETERS Put a check mark into the check box to enable This parameter programs the Alpha/Numeric mes- adjustment of its parameter from the transceiv- sages in accordance with the AMD definition. er’s set (“menu”) mode. To enter the Alpha/Numeric message, double click the left mouse button on the desired column, type the characters of the desired Alpha/Numeric mes-...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software ALE MISCELLANEOUS PARAMETERS ALL CALL SET This parameter programs the various configurations This parameter determines whether the ALE is for the ALE (Automatic Link Establishment) system able to receive or transmit an All Call feature. of the radio. The available selections are “RX,”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software SILENT MODE AUTO DIAL PARAMETER This parameter defines whether the Silent mode This parameter programs the address and message shall be “Enabled (SILENT)” or “Disabled (NOR- for the ALE Call. MAL).” To enter the address, double click the left mouse When this parameter is set to “Enabled (SI- button on the desired “Address”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software NET MEMBER ADDRESS PARAMETER This parameter defines the network member address to be called. To enter the network nember address, select the net- work from the pull-down list, then double click the left mouse button on the desired bank to invoke a pop-up window, select the desired address, then click the [OK] button to accept the address.

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    CE77 PC Programming Software Channel Menu Radio Menu CHANNEL ALLOCATION PARAMETER UPLOAD PARAMETER The VX-1700 is capable of allocating up to 200 chan- Reads the configuration data from the radio to the nels into 5 banks. computer. Existing data on the screen will be over- By default, Bank-1 is filled with all memories (200 written with data from the radio, and will be lost channels);...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software DOWNLOAD PARAMETER REVIVE PARAMETER Writes the configuration data from the computer to This parameter returns the radio to the normal mode the radio. Data will be verified for integrity by the from the STUN mode. program before downloading is initiated. Turn the stunned radio on and wait 2 seconds, then NOTE: Make sure to select the correct communica- click the [Revive] button to return the radio to the...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software Programming Example 1 Selcall Feature Basic Setup 1. Assign the “SELCALL” function into the “Pro- grammable Function key 1 (P1 SET)” and the “CALL” function to the “Programmable Function key 2 (P2 SET)” from the “KEY FUNCTION” pa- rameter in the “Common”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software Programming Example 2 ALE Feature Basic Setup 1. Set the “Optional Board” parameter which is lo- cated in the “Option” folder in the “Common” menu to the “ALE Unit” to activate the optional ALE-1 Unit. 2. Set the “ALE” parameter in the “ALE Common” folder in the “ALE”...

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    CE77 PC Programming Software Programming Example 3 Programming Example 5 Kill Command Setup Revive Command Setup Enter the Kill Command (CILLIK) and Radio ID Enter the Revive Command (SVIVER) and Radio (ex. TEST6111) into the “Message” parameter on ID (ex. TEST6111) into the “Message” parameter the “Selcall”...

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    MAIN Unit Circuit Diagram...

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    MAIN Unit Note...

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    MAIN Unit Parts Layout (Side A) HD64F2134 AK4528VF (Q1018) (Q1071) KIA7808API TDA2003H BA05FP TC7S04FU (E5) TC7ST08FU UPD77115GK (Q1007) (Q1055) (Q1012) (Q1059, 1062) (Q1080) (Q1035) 2SA1365 2SC2714 (QY) 2SC2954 (QK) (Q1048) (Q1016, 1021, 1023, (Q1001, 1029) 1026, 1027, 1063, 2SA1602A (MF) 2SC3357 (RK) 1064, 1070, 1074, (Q1010, 1046)

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    MAIN Unit Parts Layout (Side B)

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR PCB with Components CB2421001 Printed Circuit Board AC051H000 FR010270E C 1002 CHIP CAP. 0.01uF GRM39B103K25PT K22144803 C 1003 CHIP CAP. 0.01uF GRM39B103K25PT K22144803 C 1008 CHIP CAP.

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 1078 CHIP TA.CAP. TESVA1C105M1-8R K78120009 C 1079 CHIP CAP. 0.01uF GRM39B103K25PT K22144803 C 1080 CHIP CAP. 0.022uF GRM39B223K25PT K22144807 C 1081 CHIP CAP. 0.022uF GRM39B223K25PT K22144807...

  • Page 55

    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 1135 CHIP CAP. 150pF GRM1882C1H151JA01D K22174239 C 1136 CHIP CAP. 120pF GRM1882C1H121JA01D K22174237 C 1137 CHIP CAP. 62pF GRM1882C1H620JZ01D K22174230 C 1138 CHIP CAP. 18pF K22174217 C 1139 CHIP CAP.

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 1196 CHIP CAP. 0.001uF GRM188B11H102KA01D K22174821 C 1197 CHIP CAP. 12pF GRM1882C1H120JA01D K22174213 C 1198 CHIP CAP. 0.022uF GRM39B223K25PT K22144807 C 1199 CHIP CAP. 0.022uF GRM39B223K25PT K22144807...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 1257 AL.ELECTRO.CAP. 47uF ECEV1CA470SP K48120005 C 1259 CHIP CAP. 0.022uF GRM39B223K25PT K22144807 C 1260 CHIP CAP. 0.1uF GRM188B11C104KA01D K22124805 C 1261 CHIP CAP. 0.1uF GRM188B11C104KA01D K22124805...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 1325 CHIP CAP. 0.0033uF GRM188B11H332KA01D K22174831 C 1326 CHIP CAP. 0.01uF GRM39B103K25PT K22144803 C 1327 CHIP CAP. 390pF GRM1882C1H391JA01D K22174255 C 1328 CHIP CAP. 390pF GRM1882C1H391JA01D K22174255...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 1388 CHIP CAP. 0.01uF GRM39B103K25PT K22144803 C 1389 CHIP CAP. 68pF GRM1882C1H680JA01D K22174231 C 1390 CHIP CAP. 33pF GRM1882C1H330JA01D K22174223 C 1391 CHIP CAP. 39pF GRM1882C1H390JA01D K22174225...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 1449 CHIP CAP. 470pF GRM1882C1H471JA01D K22174249 C 1450 CHIP TA.CAP. 3.3uF TESVB21C335M8R K78120010 C 1451 CHIP CAP. 0.001uF GRM188B11H102KA01D K22174809 C 1452 CHIP TA.CAP. 3.3uF TESVB21C335M8R K78120010...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR D 1047 DIODE HVU359TRF G2070452 D 1048 DIODE HVU359TRF G2070452 D 1049 DIODE HVU359TRF G2070452 D 1050 DIODE HVU359TRF G2070452 D 1051 DIODE HVU359TRF G2070452 D 1052 DIODE...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR L 1024 CHIP COIL 10uH LQH32MN100K23L L1690087 L 1025 CHIP COIL 5.6uH LQH32MN5R6K23L L1690084 L 1026 CHIP COIL 3.3uH LQH32MN3R3K23L L1690081 L 1027 CHIP COIL 1.8uH LQH32MN1R8K23L L1690078...

  • Page 63

    Q 1054 IC RF2713(TAPE) G1093831 Q 1055 IC TDA2003H G1090815 Q 1056 IC ADF4001BRU G1093977 Q 1059 IC TC7S04FU TE85R G1091530 Q 1060 IC AD9833BRM(TAPE) G1093580 Q 1062 IC TC7S04FU TE85R G1091530 Q 1063 TRANSISTOR 2SC2714YTE85R G3327147Y : Please contact VERTEX STANDARD...

  • Page 64

    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR Q 1064 TRANSISTOR 2SC2714YTE85R G3327147Y Q 1065 TRANSISTOR PDTC144EE G3070244 Q 1066 FET 2SK302Y TE85R G3803027Y Q 1068 TRANSISTOR PDTC144EE G3070244 Q 1069 TRANSISTOR PDTC144EE G3070244 Q 1070 TRANSISTOR...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 1036 CHIP RES. 3.3k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 332JATP J24185332 R 1037 CHIP RES. 3.3k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 332JATP J24185332 R 1038 CHIP RES. 3.3k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 332JATP...

  • Page 66

    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 1096 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 560JATP J24185560 R 1097 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 391JATP J24185391 R 1098 CHIP RES. 2.2k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 222JATP J24185222...

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    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 1156 CHIP RES. 1.2k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 122JATP J24185122 R 1157 CHIP RES. 3.3k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 332JATP J24185332 R 1158 CHIP RES. 1.5M 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 155JATP...

  • Page 68

    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 1218 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 221JATP J24185221 R 1220 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 221JATP J24185221 R 1221 CHIP RES. 2.2k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 222JATP J24185222...

  • Page 69

    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 1290 CHIP RES. 100k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 104JATP J24185104 R 1291 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 103JATP J24185103 R 1292 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 100JATP J24185100...

  • Page 70

    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 1355 CHIP RES. 100k 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 104JATP J24185104 R 1356 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 473JATP J24185473 R 1357 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 473JATP J24185473...

  • Page 71

    MAIN Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR X 1004 XTAL TSS-6035B 19.82MHz 19.820MHZ H0103262 XF1001 XTAL FILTER MFT45N 45.275MHZ H1102390 SHIELD CASE R0128100 SHIELD CASE COVER R0128110 SHIELD CASE R0131630...

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    MAIN Unit Note...

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    PA Unit Circuit Diagram...

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    PA Unit Note...

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    PA Unit Parts Layout (Side A) SD1405 2SB1143S (Q2012, 2013) (Q2002) KIA7808API LM2904PWR (Q2003) (Q2015) 2SC3420GR RD06HHF1 (Q2007) (Q2001) RD16HHF1 (Q2008, 2009) DTC114TK (04) DTC124GUA (K25) (Q2006) (Q2004, 2010) DTC323TK (H02) TA75S01F (SA) (Q2011) (Q2005, 2014) DAN202K (N) (D2004)

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    PA Unit Parts Layout (Side B)

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    PA Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR PCB with Components CS1842001 Printed Circuit Board AC051H000 FR011850D C 2001 CHIP CAP. 0.047uF GRM39B473K16PT K22124804 C 2002 CHIP CAP. 470pF GRM188B11H471KA01D K22174805 C 2003 CHIP CAP.

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    PA Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 2082 CHIP CAP. 0.047uF GRM39B473K16PT K22124804 C 2084 CHIP CAP. 0.001uF 500V CF43CH102J500AT K22277222 C 2085 CHIP CAP. 820pF 500V CF43CH821J500AT K22277220 C 2086 CHIP CAP.

  • Page 79

    PA Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR C 2190 CHIP CAP. 0.047uF GRM39B473K16PT K22124804 C 2191 CHIP CAP. 0.047uF GRM39B473K16PT K22124804 C 2192 CHIP CAP. 0.047uF GRM39B473K16PT K22124804 C 2193 CHIP CAP. 0.047uF GRM39B473K16PT K22124804...

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    PA Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR P 2002 WIRE ASSY AC051H T9207202A P 2003 CONNECTOR IMSA-9206H-T P1090988 P 2004 TERMINAL Q6000113 Q 2001 FET RD06HHF1-01 G3090145 Q 2002 TRANSISTOR 2SB1143S G3211430S Q 2003 IC...

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    PA Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 2041 METAL FILM RES. ERG-3SJ101P 100 J22359023 R 2042 METAL FILM RES. ERG-3SJ101P 100 J22359023 R 2043 METAL FILM RES. ERG-2SJ150P 15 J22339023 R 2044 CHIP RES.

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    PA Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR VR2001 POT. EVN-5ESX50B13 J51811102 VR2001 POT. 2.2k EVN-5ESX50BE3 J51811222 VR2002 POT. EVN-5ESX50B13 J51811102 VR2003 POT. EVN-5ESX50BQ2 J51811471...

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    PANEL Unit Circuit Diagram...

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    PANEL Unit Note...

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    PANEL Unit Parts Layout (Side A)

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    PANEL Unit Parts Layout (Side B) 2SC4154 (E) CPH6102 (AB) DTC143ZE (E23) LC75884W (Q3005) (Q3005) (Q3006) (Q3001)

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    PANEL Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR PCB with Components CB2833001 Printed Circuit Board AC051H000 FR0118600 C 3001 CHIP CAP. 0.047uF GRM39B473K16PT K22124804 C 3002 CHIP CAP. 680pF GRM39CH681J25PT K22144203 C 3003 CHIP TA.CAP.

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    PANEL Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 3999 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 000JATP J24185000 RL3001 RELAY DC12V AGQ200A12Z DC12V M1190188 S 3003 TACT SWITCH SKRPABE010 N5090133 S 3004 TACT SWITCH SKRPABE010 N5090133 S 3005 TACT SWITCH...

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    GPS-INTERFACE Unit Circuit Diagram...

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    GPS-INTERFACE Unit Parts Layout (Side A) TC7W04FU 2SC4154 (E) (Q4019) (Q4010, 4012)

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    GPS-INTERFACE Unit Parts Layout (Side B)

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    GPS-INTERFACE Unit Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR PCB with Components CB3183001 Printed Circuit Board AC051H000 FR011870B C 4014 CHIP CAP. 0.01uF GRM39B103K25PT K22144803 C 4016 CHIP CAP. 0.01uF GRM39B103K25PT K22144803 C 4034 CHIP CAP.

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    MIC Unit Circuit Diagram Parts Layout Side A Side B Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR PCB with Components CB3199001 Printed Circuit Board AC051H000 FR0136100 J 6001 CONNECTOR R41-2509R P1091243 J 6002 CONNECTOR B8B-ZR-SM3-TFT P0091414...

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    ENC Unit Circuit Diagram Parts Layout Side A Side B Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR PCB with Components CB3200001 Printed Circuit Board AC051H000 FR0136200 C 6101 CHIP CAP. 0.1uF GRM188B11C104KA01D K22124805 J 6101 CONNECTOR 52746-0890...

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    ALE Unit (Option) Circuit Diagram...

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    ALE Unit (Option) Parts Layout Side A Side B HD64F2134 ADM202EARU NJM2902V BR24L64F TC7W14FU BA05FP (Q4009) (Q4009) (Q4007) (Q4008) (Q4019) (Q4005) M51945BFP (Q4002) LH52256CT 2SC4047 (ZY) 2SC4154 (E) 2SD2211 (DQR) TC7S04FU (E5) MC2850 (A7) (Q4001) (Q4006) (Q4003, 4010, 4012, (Q4004) (Q4023) (D4010) 4021)

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    ALE Unit (Option) Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR Printed Circuit Board AC051H000 FR011870B C 4001 CHIP CAP. 0.1uF GRM188B11C104KA01D K22124805 C 4002 CHIP CAP. 0.1uF GRM188B11C104KA01D K22124805 C 4003 AL.ELECTRO.CAP. 220uF MVA16VC220MF80 K48120021...

  • Page 98

    R 4034 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 000JATP J24185000 R 4035 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 473JATP J24185473 R 4036 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 000JATP J24185000 R 4037 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 471JATP J24185471 : Please contact VERTEX STANDARD...

  • Page 99

    ALE Unit (Option) Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 4038 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 000JATP J24185000 R 4039 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 471JATP J24185471 R 4041 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 471JATP J24185471...

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    ALE Unit (Option) Parts List REF. DESCRIPTION VALUE TOL. MFR’S DESIG VXSTD P/N VERS. LOT. SIDE LAY ADR R 4109 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 333JATP J24185333 R 4110 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 103JATP J24185103 R 4111 CHIP RES. 1/16W 5% RMC1/16 333JATP J24185333...

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