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JRC JHS-32B Instruction Manual: Receiving Calls

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4.1.2

Receiving Calls

When receiving calls, the voice of the caller can be heard through the speaker.
Whenever a distress call is received, be sure to inform the ship's captain or
officer in charge immediately.
There is the possibility of legal repercussions if such a procedure is not
followed.
OPERATION
Press
OPE
.
MASTER appears for OPE in the CH16 Status
Display.
TIP
• When no remote controller is connected,
pressing
is not necessary because
OPE
MASTER automatically appears for OPE.
• A controller which does not have priority can be
used only when no other controller is in use [OPE:
OFF], by just pressing the
the controller which has priority, pick up the
handset or press
• When receiving on a channel other than CH16,
enter the channel number using the number
keys.
Turn
to adjust the speaker
VOL
volume.
When not currently receiving a call, turn
counter-clockwise to generate noise for volume
adjustment.
Turn
SQL
to control the squelch
threshold.
Turn the
control counter-clockwise until
SQL
noise is generated, then turn it clockwise until the
noise stops.
Finally, turn it slightly further to set the squelch
threshold.
TIP
Remember that turning
enables the reception of weak signals, and that,
on the other hand, turning
disables the reception of weak signals.
When a call is received, the voice
of the caller is heard through the
speaker.
WARNING
key. When using
OPE
to make a call.
OPE
SQL
counter-clockwise
SQL
clockwise
SQL
16
CH
ITU
MODE: SIMP TEL
OUTPUT: 25W
OPE : MASTER
ALARM : ENABLE
SCAN: OFF
SQL
SP
: ON
POWER : AC
21
JUL
1994
14:59
S: 12°34'
W: 123°45'
MIN
VOL
Recommended range
Noise stops
here
SQL
4.1 Basic Communication (Telephone Mode)
1
2
: CLOSE
3
UTC
U
4
5
6
MAX
7
8
9
10
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