Using a USB Keyboard
Connecting an optional USB keyboard to the receiver
allows you to perform menu operations and enter your
password for the encrypted transmission function from the
A Micro USB connector is used on the receiver. Use the
USB adapter cable supplied with the transmitter to connect
the keyboard. (When a USB cable is connected to the
receiver, you must remove the antenna on the USB
USB adapter cable
Performing menu operations
You can use a USB keyboard to perform the same menu
operations that you perform on the receiver.
The receiver buttons correspond to the following keys on
a USB keyboard:
Buttons on the receiver
To enter your password
You can use a USB keyboard to enter your password
during encrypted transmission.
Characters that can be entered from a USB
keyboard: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Special key: Backspace (BS), and Delete key (DEL)
• The number keys on the keyboard cannot be used.
• This receiver is compatible with English-language
• USB keyboards with multiple functions, such as USB
hub and pointing device, cannot be used.
• Power to the connected keyboard is supplied by the USB
connector on the receiver. The power rating is 100 mA.
Keyboards that consume more power than that cannot be
• Do not leave the receiver connected to the keyboard
when not in use. If you do, the batteries in the receiver
will be drained more quickly.
• Text editing should be done with the alphabet, BS, DEL
and Enter keys.
Menu Displays and
Menu Structure and Hierarchy
The receiver has 3 kinds of menu, as follows:
A menu that includes meter indications, functions used in
combination with the DWA-01D/F01D wireless adapter,
and settings for the organic light-emitting diode display.
RX1/RX2 (tuner 1/2) menu
A menu that includes tuner setting functions.
TX1/TX2 (virtual transmitter 1/2) menu
A menu that allows you to check the settings on the
transmitter currently in communication with the receiver
(tuner 1 or tuner 2).