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Yaesu FT-8900R Operating Manual

Yaesu FT-8900R Operating Manual (77 pages)

Dual Band FM Transceiver  
Brand: Yaesu | Category: Vhf fm transceiver | Size: 1.13 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
About this Manual5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction6................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Controls6................................................................................................................................................................
LCD Display Screen10................................................................................................................................................................
MH−48A6J Microphone Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Common Tasks13................................................................................................................................................................
Program the Microphone Buttons13................................................................................................................................................................
Select the Main Operating Band15................................................................................................................................................................
Change the Frequency Band16................................................................................................................................................................
Change the Frequency17................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit18................................................................................................................................................................
Activate the Lock Feature18................................................................................................................................................................
Activate the Key/Button Beeper19................................................................................................................................................................
Select the Channel Step19................................................................................................................................................................
Set the Display Brightness20................................................................................................................................................................
Activate the Band Linking Feature20................................................................................................................................................................
Select the Audio Muting Preference20................................................................................................................................................................
Set the RF Squelch Level21................................................................................................................................................................
Activate the Time-Out Timer21................................................................................................................................................................
Activate Automatic Power Off22................................................................................................................................................................
Set FM Bandwidth and MIC Gain22................................................................................................................................................................
Program Band Limits for VFO Mode23................................................................................................................................................................
Operate through Repeaters25................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Repeater Shifts25................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Repeater Shift Activation25................................................................................................................................................................
Tone Coded Squelch27................................................................................................................................................................
CTCSS Tone System27................................................................................................................................................................
DCS Tone System28................................................................................................................................................................
Tone Search Scanning29................................................................................................................................................................
DCS Code Inversion30................................................................................................................................................................
Regular Memory32................................................................................................................................................................
Overview32................................................................................................................................................................
Store a Frequency in Memory32................................................................................................................................................................
Create a Name Tag for a Memory Channel33................................................................................................................................................................
Store Independent Transmit Frequencies34................................................................................................................................................................
Recall a Stored Memory35................................................................................................................................................................
Tune from a Stored Memory35................................................................................................................................................................
Delete a Memory36................................................................................................................................................................
Set a HOME Channel for an Operating Band36................................................................................................................................................................
Activate Memory Only Mode37................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper Memory38................................................................................................................................................................
Store a Hyper Memory40................................................................................................................................................................
Recall a Hyper Memory41................................................................................................................................................................
Scanning42................................................................................................................................................................
Set the Scan-Resume Preference42................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Channel Scanning (Dual Watch)42................................................................................................................................................................
Scan in VFO Mode44................................................................................................................................................................
Scan in Memory Mode45................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Memory Scan46................................................................................................................................................................
How to Skip a Channel During Memory Scan47................................................................................................................................................................
Preferential Memory Scan47................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Search49................................................................................................................................................................
ARTS50................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up/Operate ARTS50................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up the CW Identifier51................................................................................................................................................................
Operating the DTMF Autodialer53................................................................................................................................................................
To load DTMF Autodialer memories53................................................................................................................................................................
To transmit the memorized telephone number53................................................................................................................................................................
To set the speed54................................................................................................................................................................
To set a delay time:54................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Connection Feature55................................................................................................................................................................
To access a WIRES™ repeater55................................................................................................................................................................
To access other Internet Link Systems that use a DTMF string for access55................................................................................................................................................................
Operate as a Cross-Band Repeater57................................................................................................................................................................
To set up Cross-Band Repeater operation57................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Data between two FT−8900Rs58................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Your FT−8900R59................................................................................................................................................................
Menu (Set) Mode60................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Quick Reference Table61................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Items63................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #5 BEEP65................................................................................................................................................................
Menu b 6 CLK.SFT65................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #7 CWID65................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #9 DIMMER66................................................................................................................................................................
Menu b 10 DCS.COD66................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #11 DCS.N/R66................................................................................................................................................................
Menu h 12 DSP.SUB67................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #14 DTMF67................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #16 HYPER68................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #17 INET68................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #20 KEY.MOD69................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #21 LOCK69................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #22 LOCKT69................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #23 MIC70................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #24 MUTE70................................................................................................................................................................
Menu h 26 PKT.SPD71................................................................................................................................................................
Menu h 27 PKT.RXB71................................................................................................................................................................
Menu b 33 RPT.MOD73................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #34 SCAN73................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #38 SPCONT75................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #41 TOT76................................................................................................................................................................
Menu h 42 VFO.TR76................................................................................................................................................................
Menu b 43 WID.NAR76................................................................................................................................................................
Menu #44 X-RPT76................................................................................................................................................................
Yaesu FT-8900R Operating Manual

Yaesu FT-8900R Operating Manual (72 pages)

Yaesu FT-8900R Mobile Transceiver: Operating Manual  
Brand: Yaesu | Category: | Size: 1.65 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications4................................................................................................................................................................
Installation6................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Power Connections11................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Speakers11................................................................................................................................................................
AC Power Supplies12................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Radio Terminal Node Controller12................................................................................................................................................................
MH-48 Microphone24................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning Dial24................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Keypad Frequency Entry24................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission25................................................................................................................................................................
Changing the Transmitter Power Level25................................................................................................................................................................
Lock Feature26................................................................................................................................................................
RF Squelch28................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Operation29................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Shifts29................................................................................................................................................................
Changing the Default Repeater Shift30................................................................................................................................................................
CTCSS Operation31................................................................................................................................................................
DCS Operation32................................................................................................................................................................
Tone Search Scanning33................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Storage34................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Recall36................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Offset Tuning36................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Memories36................................................................................................................................................................
HOME Channel Memory37................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Only Mode37................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper Memory Mode38................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper Memory Storage38................................................................................................................................................................
Hyper Memory Recall38................................................................................................................................................................
Scanning39................................................................................................................................................................
Setting the Scan-Resume Technique39................................................................................................................................................................
VFO Scanning41................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Scanning41................................................................................................................................................................
How to Skip (Omit) a Channel During Memory Scan Operation41................................................................................................................................................................
Preferential Memory Scan42................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Operation44................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Search45................................................................................................................................................................
Basic ARTS Setup and Operation46................................................................................................................................................................
CW Identifier Setup47................................................................................................................................................................
Time-Out Timer52................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Power Off52................................................................................................................................................................
Cross Band Repeater Operation56................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Procedure57................................................................................................................................................................
Cloning58................................................................................................................................................................
Display Brightness61................................................................................................................................................................
YAESU FT-8900R Service Manual

YAESU FT-8900R Service Manual (58 pages)

Brand: YAESU | Category: | Size: 6.55 MB
Table of contents
VR-L Unit3................................................................................................................................................................
VR-R Unit3................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Diagram4................................................................................................................................................................
Alignment11................................................................................................................................................................
Vertex Standard11................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Unit47................................................................................................................................................................
Panel-Sub Unit53................................................................................................................................................................
Yaesu FT-8900R Brochure

Yaesu FT-8900R Brochure (4 pages)

Yaesu FT-8900R Mobile Transceiver: Brochure  
Brand: Yaesu | Category: | Size: 1.06 MB