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Philips FM1200 User Manual

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User Manual

Philips
FM1200 / FM1100 / FM1300
VHF or UHF
Personal Mobile Radio
Dennis Koller PA4DEN
Jan Buiting PE1CSI
Philips Mobile Radio Collection
July 2001
Contents
User Manual ............................................................................................. 1-6
Appendix A, The FM1200 SB0 PMR with Handsfree Kit................................ 7
Appendix D, Local and Remote Mounting Options ........................................ 10
Appendix E, Frequently Asked Questions ................................................... 11
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    July 2001 Contents User Manual ... 1-6 Appendix A, The FM1200 SB0 PMR with Handsfree Kit... 7 Appendix B, FM1200/1300 Equipment Identification Code System... 8 Appendix C, Microphone Socket and Power Connector Pinouts... 9 Appendix D, Local and Remote Mounting Options ... 10 Appendix E, Frequently Asked Questions ...
  • Page 2 Keyboard Layout: Main Functions: Key(s): Function: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Enter channel, frequency or number Scanning Reverse shift Activate tone squelch (CTSS / 5-tone) Go to Calling Channel Switch between VFO and Memory Select second function of next key Second (alternate) function: Key:...
  • Page 3: Tone Squelch

    1. Select Frequency The transceiver operates in one of three modes. Using the G button you may select between VCO and Memory mode. The third mode is the Priority Channel which may be switched on and off with the F key. VCO mode In VCO mode any frequency that complies with the selected step size (4) may be entered using...
  • Page 4 See Heading 7 for the name display on/off function. 6. Storing Priority (PR) Channel It is very useful, particularly in mobiles, to have a single button available to retrieve the Priority Channel. The Priority Channel frequency may be programmed as follows: Display: - Select VCO mode (43*.***.***...
  • Page 5: The Menu

    The squelch level is then adjustable using the keys 0 and # or C and D. 17. The MENU For lack of buttons on the FM1200/1100/1300, a number of less frequently used functions have been gathered into a Menu. Once in the menu, you can select between available options by means of the 0 and # keys.
  • Page 6 Suppress beep tones. Indicator C lights while suppressing. - Beep On / Off Keyboard beep. - Beep Volume: --- Volume of keyboard beep. - Roger beep On / Off Transmit a beep on keying off the transmitter. - DTMF tones *** ms Define length of DTMF tones.
  • Page 7: Appendix A, The Fm1200 Sb0 Pmr With Handsfree Kit

    The FM1200 SB0 is an FM1000 family member specially made for large trunked radio networks formerly operated by several large Electricity Boards in the UK. The FM1200 B0 has a Type-1 control board and was designed to cover 132-156 MHz. It usually comes with a remote control kit comprising a handsfree function based on a VOX.
  • Page 8: Appendix B, Fm1200/1300 Equipment Identification Code System

    Appendix B. FM1200/1300 Equipment Identification Coding System - 8 -...
  • Page 9: Appendix C, Microphone Socket And Power Connector Pinouts

    Appendix C. Microphone Socket and Power Connector Pinouts - 9 -...
  • Page 10: Appendix D, Local And Remote Mounting Options

    Appendix D. Local and Remote Mounting Options Note: numeric keypad and VOX/Junction box not shown in these drawings. - 10 -...
  • Page 11: Appendix E, Frequently Asked Questions

    Sure, but you will be unable to use any of the functions that require tone processing (DTMF, CTCSS, 5-tone calling, 1750 Hz, etc.). 3. Can I use the FM1200 70cms for 9k6 packet radio? We are not packet radio users but we're told that...

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