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4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan
US Headquarters
10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
P.O. Box 75525, 1118 ZN Schiphol, The Netherlands
Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close
Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.
Unit 5, 20/F., Seaview Centre, 139-141 Hoi Bun Road,
Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Normanby Business Park, Unit 14/45 Normanby Road
Notting Hill 3168, Victoria, Australia


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    4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan VERTEX STANDARD US Headquarters 10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A. YAESU EUROPE B.V. P.O. Box 75525, 1118 ZN Schiphol, The Netherlands YAESU UK LTD. Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.

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    . . . BOUT ANUAL The FT-2000D is a leading-edge transceiver with a number of new and exciting features, some of which may be unfamiliar to you. In order to gain the most enjoyment and operating efficiency from your FT-2000D, we recommend that you read this manual in its entirety, and keep it handy for reference as you explore the many capabilities of your new transceiver.

  • Page 3: Ipo (intercept Point Optimization)

    Congratulations on the purchase of your Yaesu amateur trans- Advanced features include Direct Keyboard Frequency En- ceiver! Whether this is your first rig, or if Yaesu equipment is try and Band Change, Speech Processor, IF Monitor for Voice already the backbone of your station, rest assured that your...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    ABLE OF ONTENTS General Description ............. 1 Advanced Interference-Suppression Features: Accessories & Options ..........4 RF Front End ............. 53 Supplied Accessories ..........4 Using the VRF (Variable RF Front-end Filter) ..53 Available Options ............. 4 Interference Rejection Before You Begin ............6 (Signals Off Frequency by Just a Few kHz) ....

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    ABLE OF ONTENTS CW Convenience Features ........85 VFO and Memory Scanning ........105 CW Spotting (Zero-Beating) ........85 VFO Scanning ............105 Using CW Reverse ..........86 Memory Scan ............106 CW Delay Time Setting ......... 87 PMS ................107 CW Pitch Adjustment ..........

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    & O CCESSORIES PTIONS UPPLIED CCESSORIES External Power Supply ( FP-2000 ) 1 pc Hand Microphone ( MH-31 ) 1 pc A07890001 AC Power Cord 1 pc T9017882: USA T29013285: Europe T9013283A: Australia DC Power Cord 1 pc T9207392 Spare Fuse (15 A) 1 pc Q0000136 4-pin DIN Plug...

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    EFORE EGIN XTENDING THE RONT In order to elevate the front panel for easy viewing, the front left and right feet of the bottom case may be extended. Pull the front legs outward from the bottom panel. Rotate the legs counter-clockwise to lock them in the extended position.

  • Page 9: Full Reset, Resetting Memories

    EFORE EGIN ESETTING THE ICROPROCESSOR Use this procedure to reset (clear out) the Memory chan- nels previously stored, without affecting any configura- tion changes you may have made to the Menu settings. 1. Press the front panel’s [ POWER ] switch to turn the transceiver off.

  • Page 10

    NSTALLATION AND NTERCONNECTIONS NTENNA ONSIDERATIONS The FT-2000D is designed for use with any antenna system providing a 50 Ohm resistive impedance at the desired oper- ating frequency. While minor excursions from the 50-Ohm specification are of no consequence, the transceiver’s Auto- matic Antenna Tuner may not be able to reduce the impedance mismatch to an acceptable value if the Standing Wave Ratio (SWR) present at the Antenna jack is greater than 3:1.

  • Page 11

    NSTALLATION AND NTERCONNECTIONS ROUNDING The FT-2000D transceiver, like any other HF communications apparatus, requires an effective ground system for maxi- mum electrical safety and best communications effectiveness. A good ground system can contribute to station efficiency in a number of ways: It can minimize the possibility of electrical shock to the operator.

  • Page 12

    NSTALLATION AND NTERCONNECTIONS FP-2000 P ONNECTION OF NTENNA AND OWER UPPLY Please refer to the illustration for the proper connection of the antenna coaxial cables and the FP-2000 Power Supply. Use a short, thick, braided cable to connect your station equipment Be sure that the FT-2000D’s [ POWER ] switch and to the buried ground rod (or alter- the FP-2000’s [ POWER ] switch are both turned...

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    NSTALLATION AND NTERCONNECTIONS EYER OMPUTER RIVEN EYING NTERCONNECTIONS The FT-2000D includes a host of features for the CW operator, the functions of which will be detailed in the “Operation” section later. Besides the built-in Electronic Keyer, two key jacks are provided, one each on the front and rear panels, for convenient connection to keying devices.

  • Page 15

    NSTALLATION AND NTERCONNECTIONS VL-1000 L INEAR MPLIFIER NTERCONNECTIONS Be sure that both the FT-2000D and VL-1000 are turned off, then follow the installation recommendations contained in the illustration. Set the “ATT” switch to the “ON” position on the front panel of the VL-1000. The 200-Watt power output from the FT-2000D is far in excess of that which is required to drive the VL-1000 to its full rated output.

  • Page 16

    NSTALLATION AND NTERCONNECTIONS NTERFACING TO THER INEAR MPLIFIERS RF OUT RF IN FUSE The TX/RX switching in the linear amplifier is con- trolled by switching components in the transceiver. The relay circuit of the FT-2000D used for this switching is capable of switching AC voltage of 100 Volts at up to 300 mA, or DC voltages or 60 V at 200 mA or 30 V at up to 1 Amp.

  • Page 17

    ONNECTOR INOUT IAGRAMS DC IN 13. 8 V SERIAL OUT SERIAL IN DOWN FAST MIC GND (as viewed from front panel) (as viewed from rear panel) (as viewed from rear panel) DC IN 50 V BAND DATA PACKET +13V TX GND DATA IN BAND DATA A PACKET PTT...

  • Page 18: Power Switch

    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES POWER Switch MOX Switch Press and hold in this switch for one second to turn the Pressing this button engages the PTT (Push to Talk) transceiver on. Similarly, press and hold in this switch circuit, to activate the transmitter (the LED inside this for one second to turn the transceiver off.

  • Page 19: Microphone Connector

    This is the on/off switch for the FT-2000D’s Auto- This 8-pin jack accepts input from a microphone uti- matic Antenna Tuner. lizing a traditional YAESU HF-transceiver pinout. Pressing this button momentarily places the antenna DIM Switch tuner in line between the transmitter final amplifier and Press this button to lower the illumination intensity of the antenna jack (“...

  • Page 20

    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES PROC Processor Switch KEYER Switch This button enables the Parametric Microphone Equal- This button toggles the internal CW keyer on and off. izer and Speech Processor for SSB/AM transmission. While activated, the “ ” icon appears in the dis- When the Parametric Microphone Equalizer is acti- play.

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    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES IPO I Switch NB Switch This button may be used to set the optimum front end This button turns the IF Noise Blanker on and off. characteristics of the receiver circuit for a very strong- Press this button momentarily to reduce a short-dura- signal environment.

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    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES SPEED PITCH Knobs SQL Knobs SPEED Knob NB Knob The inner [ SPEED ] knob adjusts the keying speed of The inner [ NB ] knob adjusts the noise blanking level the internal CW keyer (4 ~ 60 WPM). Clockwise rota- when the (analog) IF noise blanker is activated by press- ing the [ NB ] button.

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    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES RF PWR Knobs SUB AF GAIN SUB RF GAIN MIC Knob AF GAIN Knob The inner [ MIC ] knob adjusts the microphone input The inner [ SUB AF GAIN ] knob sets the Sub (VFO- level for (non-processed) SSB transmission.

  • Page 24

    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES F1 - F7 / DISPLAY Keys [ F7 ( P.BACK )] key These keys can be used to control the Voice Memory Press and hold in this button for 2 seconds to activate capability for the SSB/AM/FM modes, and the Con- the recording feature of the internal Digital Voice Re- test Keyer for the CW mode.

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    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES QMB Quick Memory Bank Switches C.S Switch STO ( Store ) Button Press this button momentarily to recall a favorite Menu Pressing this button copies operating information (fre- Selection directly. quency, mode, bandwidth, and also repeater direction/ To program a Menu selection as the short-cut, press the [ MENU ] button to enter the Menu, then select the shift frequency and CTCSS functions on the FM mode)

  • Page 26

    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES CLAR LOCK Switch V/M Switch This button toggles locking of the Main Tuning Dial This button toggles Main band (VFO-A) receiver op- knob, to prevent accidental frequency changes. When eration between the memory system and the VFO. Ei- the button is active, the Main Tuning Dial knob can ther “...

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    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES A M Switch VRF Knob Pressing and holding in this key for 1/2 second (until This knob tunes the passband of the VRF (Variable RF the double beep) copies the current operating data from Filter) preselector circuit for maximum receiver sensi- the Main band (VFO-A) into the currently selected tivity (and out-of-band interference rejection).

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    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES CLAR SHIFT WIDTH Knobs SHIFT Knob WIDTH Knob The inner [ SHIFT ] knob provides adjustment of the The outer [ WIDTH ] knob sets the overall bandwidth IF DSP passband, using 20 Hz steps for precise ad- of the IF DSP filter for the Main (VFO-A) receiver.

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    & S RONT ANEL ONTROLS WITCHES CONT Switch SUB VFO-B Knob Depending on the status of the [ A/B ] button located at This button turns the Main band (VFO-A) receiver’s the right bottom of the [ SUB VFO-B ] knob, the [ SUB CONTOUR filter on and off.

  • Page 30

    ISPLAY NDICATIONS L & C ENTER Receiver Configuration Indicators SHIFT ANT ( 1, 2, RX ) : Indicates the peak position of the DSP IF filter. Indicates the antenna selected for operation by the front panel [ 1/2 ] and [ RX ] antenna switches. This indicator appears when the Main band (VFO-A) ATT ( OFF, –6 dB, –12 dB, –18 dB ) : receiver’s (short duration) Noise Blanker is activated.

  • Page 31

    ISPLAY NDICATIONS C ENTER Tuning Offset Indicator This indicator appears during transmission on the Main This is a tuning scale that, as configured from the fac- band (VFO-A) frequency. tory, provides a visual CW tuning indication of the in- coming signal’s offset from your transceiver’s CW car- BUSY rier frequency, as programmed by the relative clarifier This indicator appears whenever the Main band (VFO-...

  • Page 32

    ISPLAY NDICATIONS R IGHT Sub VFO-B Receiver S-Meter LSB, USB, CW, AM, FM, RTTY, PKT Displays the strength of signals received on the Sub Displays the currently selected operating mode for the band (VFO-B). Sub (VFO-B) receiver. FAST This indicator appears when the [ SUB VFO-B ] knob’s This indicator appears during transmission on the Sub band (VFO-B) frequency.

  • Page 33: Cooling Fan

    ANEL RX ANT OUT Jack COOLING FAN This BNC jack provides output of the receiver signal This is a cooling fan for cooling down the Power Am- lines from the Antenna jacks which are connected to plifier Unit. “RX” side of the transceiver’s main T/R switching cir- Usually, this cooling fan does not rotate.

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    PTT Jack This 5-pin MINI-DIN Jack accepts a cable connected This RCA input jack may be used to provide manual to a YAESU G-800DXA/-1000DXA/-2800DXA An- transmitter activation using a footswitch or other tenna Rotator (listed models are current as of early switching device.

  • Page 35: Key Jack

    ANEL TX REQ Jack REM REMOTE Jack When this RCA jack shorted to ground, it puts the FT- By plugging in the optional FH-2 Remote Control Key- 2000D into the transmit mode, and sends out a steady pad to this gold-plated jack, direct access to the FT- CW carrier, for linear amplifier or manual antenna tuner 2000D CPU is provided for control functions such as adjustment.

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    FP-2000 S & J WITCHES ACKS POWER Switch AC IN Jack This is the FP-2000’s main ON ( ) /OFF ( ) switch. Connect the supplied 3-wire AC line cord to this socket. When turned on, the FP-2000 LED indicator will glow Cooling Fan red several seconds later.

  • Page 37

    ASIC PERATION ECEIVING ON MATEUR ANDS Before turning on main power, please verify the following items once more. Have you made all ground connections securely? See page 9 for details. Do you have your antenna(s) connected to the rear-panel Antenna jack(s)? See page 10 for details. Is your microphone (and/or key or paddle) connected? See pages 11 and 12 for details.

  • Page 38

    ASIC PERATION ECEIVING ON MATEUR ANDS Here is the typical start-up procedure for normal operation: ( VFO-B ) [ BAND ] Button ( VFO-B ) [ MHz ] Button [ POWER ] Switch [ MODE ] Button [ ANTENNA ] Button [ SQL ] Knob Main [ RX ] Button [ FAST ] Button...

  • Page 39

    ASIC PERATION ECEIVING ON MATEUR ANDS If you press the (VFO-A) [ BAND ] button, the When operating on the FM [ SUB VFO-B ] knob may be used as a band selec- m o d e , r o t a t e t h e [ S Q L ] tion knob.

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    ASIC PERATION ECEIVING ON MATEUR ANDS 60-M 5 MH PERATION ON ETER AND U.S. The FT-2000D includes the capability for transmission and reception on the five spot frequencies assigned to the Ama- teur Service in the United States. To operate on the 5 MHz band: 1.

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    ASIC PERATION ECEIVING ON MATEUR ANDS CLAR C VFO-A LARIFIER PERATION ON The [ TX CLAR ] , [ RX CLAR ] , [ CLEAR ] buttons and [ SUB VFO-B ] knob are used to offset either the receive, transmit, or both frequencies from their settings on the Main band (VFO-A) frequency (the Clarifier does not affect the Sub band (VFO-B), however).

  • Page 42

    ASIC PERATION ECEIVING ON MATEUR ANDS LOCK You may lock the setting of the Main Tuning Dial knob, to prevent accidental frequency change. [ LOCK ] Button To lock out the Main Tuning Dial knob, just press the [ LOCK ] but- ton that is located to the right of the Dial.

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  • Page 44: Dual Receive

    ONVENIENCE EATURES ECEIVE The FT-2000D is capable of simultaneous reception on the same amateur band, using the Main (VFO-A) and Sub (VFO- B) receivers, in what is called the Dual Receive mode. Especially useful for DX work, here is the operating procedure for Dual Receive operation.

  • Page 45: Using Headphones For Dual Receive, Sideband Diversity Reception

    ONVENIENCE EATURES ECEIVE Using Headphones for Dual Receive Sideband Diversity Reception To take advantage of dual reception, you will want to con- Here you receive a single AM signal through the two re- nect stereo headphones to the PHONES jack. Like the ceivers, each receiving the opposite sideband.

  • Page 46: Bandwidth Diversity Reception

    ONVENIENCE EATURES ECEIVE Bandwidth Diversity Reception This mode involves receiving the same signal through two different bandpass filters. The frequency and mode of both the Main band (VFO-A) and Sub band (VFO-B) are the same. The Main band (VFO-A) can be set up for a wide bandpass, using the [ WIDTH ] knobs, and the Sub band (VFO-B) for a narrow bandpass, resulting in a spatial per- ception of the channel.

  • Page 47: P.back Feature From The Optional Fh-2 Remote Control Keypad

    ONVENIENCE EATURES P.BACK A VFO-A R UDIO LAYBACK FROM ECEIVER Once engaged by the operator, the FT-2000D begins the automatic recording of the last 15 seconds of incoming receiver audio on the Main band (VFO-A). This capability is especially useful for confirming a callsign that may have been difficult to copy due to noise or QRM, etc.

  • Page 48

    ONVENIENCE EATURES “MY B ” O ANDS PERATION When operating on an Amateur Band, it is possible to use the [ BAND ] buttons to engage the use of the [ SUB VFO-B ] knob for Amateur band selection. The “My Bands” feature allows you to select several Amateur bands, and make those bands available for selection via the [ SUB VFO-B ] knob.

  • Page 49

    ONVENIENCE EATURES TACK PERATION The FT-2000D utilizes a triple band-stack VFO selection technique, that permits you to store up to three favorite frequen- cies and modes onto each band’s VFO register. For example, you may store one frequency each on 14 MHz CW, RTTY, and USB, then recall these VFOs by successive, momentary presses of the [ 14 ] MHz band button.

  • Page 50

    ONTROL UNCTIONS When using a YAESU model G-800DXA, G-1000DXA, or G-2800DXA rotator (not supplied), it is possible to control it from the front panel of the FT-2000D. 1 Press and hold in the [ ENT ] button (one of the [ BAND ] button) for two seconds.

  • Page 51: Keyboard Frequency Entry

    ONVENIENCE EATURES REQUENCY AVIGATION ECHNIQUES Keyboard Frequency Entry If you attempt to enter a frequency outside the operat- You may enter operating frequencies, for either the Main ing range of 30 kHz ~ 60 MHz, the microprocessor (VFO-A) or Sub (VFO-B) bands, using the front panel will ignore the attempt, and you will be returned to band/frequency selection keys.

  • Page 52

    DSP (Digital Signal Processor) features. IF NOTCH On the 1.9 - 28 MHz Amateur bands, Yaesu’s powerful The IF Notch filter is a high-Q notch filter that can signifi- VRF (Variable RF Filter) preselector circuit provides ex- cantly reduce, if not eliminate, an interfering carrier.

  • Page 53

    ONVENIENCE EATURES IPO I NTERCEPT OINT PTIMIZATION The IPO feature allows the operator to optimize the characteristics of the receiver front end, depending on the current noise level and the strength of incoming signals. Press the [ IPO ] button several times to set the Receiver Configuration Indicator desired characteristic of the receiver front end, per the chart below.

  • Page 54

    ONVENIENCE EATURES RF G AIN SSB/CW/AM M The RF Gain controls provide manual adjustment of the gain levels for the receiver RF and IF stages, to account for noise and/or signal strength conditions at the moment. 1. The Main [ RF GAIN ] knob should, initially, be ro- Main [ RF GAIN ] Knob tated to the fully clockwise position.

  • Page 55

    DVANCED NTERFERENCE UPPRESSION EATURES RF F RONT The FT-2000D includes an unmatched array of RF selectivity-enhancing features. Please study the material below care- fully, so as to understand the various features completely. VRF V RF F SING THE ARIABLE RONT ILTER The VRF system is a high-performance RF front-end preselector that has high Q factor and low insertion loss.

  • Page 56

    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS REQUENCY BY UST A EW KHZ R.FLT R OOFING ILTERS Narrow-band Roofing Filters of 15 kHz, 6 kHz, and 3 kHz bandwidths are provided in the first IF, right after the first mixer. These filters provide protection fort the 2nd mixer, DSP, and other circuitry that follow and can dramatically improve reception on a very crowded band (during a contest, etc.).

  • Page 57

    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS WITHIN CONTOUR C ONTROL PERATION The Contour filtering system provides a gentle perturbation of the IF filter passband, so as to suppress or enhance certain frequency components, thus enhancing the sound and/or readability of a received signal. 1.

  • Page 58

    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS WITHIN IF SHIFT O PERATION SSB/CW/RTTY/PKT/AM M IF Shift allows you to vary the DSP filter passband higher or lower, without changing the pitch of the incoming signal, so as to reduce or eliminate interference. Because the carrier tuning frequency is not varied, there is no need to re-tune the operating frequency when eliminating the interference.

  • Page 59: Using If Shift And Width Together

    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS WITHIN WIDTH IF DSP B ANDWIDTH UNING SSB/CW/RTTY/PKT M The IF Width tuning system allows you to vary the width of the DSP IF passband, so as to eliminate interference. Moreover, the bandwidth may actually be expanded from its default setting, should you wish to enhance incoming signal fidelity when interference on the band is low.

  • Page 60

    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS WITHIN IF N OTCH ILTER PERATION SSB/CW/RTTY/PKT/AM M The IF Notch filter is a highly-effective system that allows you to slice out an interfering beat note or other carrier signal from inside the receiver passband. 1.

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    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS WITHIN DNR O IGITAL OISE EDUCTION PERATION The Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) system is designed to reduce the level of random noise found on the HF and 50 MHz bands, and it is especially effective during SSB operation. By rotating the [ DNR ] knob, any of sixteen different noise- reduction algorithms can be selected;...

  • Page 62

    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS WITHIN NARROW NAR O IF F OUCH ILTER ELECTION Main band VFO-A “One-Touch Narrow” Operation Pressing the [ NAR ] button provides one-touch, mode-spe- [ WIDTH ] Knob WIDTH Indicator cific selection of a narrow IF DSP filter set- ting that does not depend on the setting of the [ WIDTH ] knob.

  • Page 63

    EJECTION ( S NTERFERENCE IGNALS WITHIN IF N NB O OISE LANKER PERATION The FT-2000D includes an effective IF Noise Blanker, which can significantly reduce noise caused by automotive ignition systems. Main Band ( VFO-A ) “ ” Icon Main band VFO-A NB Operation [ NB ] Button Sub Band ( VFO-B ) “...

  • Page 64

    OOLS FOR OMFORTABLE AND FFECTIVE ECEPTION AGC A UTOMATIC ONTROL The AGC system is designed to help compensate for fading and other propagation effects, with characteristics that can be of particular value on each operating mode. The basic objective of AGC is to maintain a constant audio output level once a certain minimum threshold of signal strength is achieved.

  • Page 65: Sloped Agc Operation

    OOLS FOR OMFORTABLE AND FFECTIVE ECEPTION AGC A UTOMATIC ONTROL SLOPED AGC Operation In traditional AGC systems, the audio output from the transceiver becomes essentially fixed once the threshold for AGC action is reached (usually several dozen dB above the no-signal noise SLOPED floor).

  • Page 66

    SSB/AM M RANSMISSION [ MOX ] Button [ METER ] Switch [ MODE ] Button CLAR [ MIC ] Knob Main Tuning Dial knob [ RF PWR ] Knob 1. The operating mode is selected using the [ MODE ] 3.

  • Page 67

    SSB/AM M RANSMISSION When performing tests (such as the setup of the [ MIC ] ALC meter deflection may be caused by excessive drive or [ RF PWR ] knobs), be sure to check the frequency power, but also by reflected power detected in the an- before transmitting, so as to avoid interference to oth- tenna system.

  • Page 68

    SING THE UTOMATIC NTENNA UNER The Automatic Antenna Tuner (hereinafter referred to as the “ATU”) built into each FT-2000D is crafted to ensure a 50- Ohm load for the final amplifier stage of the transmitter. We recommend that the ATU be used whenever you operate on the FT-2000D.

  • Page 69

    SING THE UTOMATIC NTENNA UNER ATU O BOUT PERATION Figure 1 depicts a situation where normal tuning via the ATU has been successfully completed, and the tuning data has been stored in the ATU memory. The antenna system as seen by the transmitter is shown. In Figure 2, the operator has changed frequency, and the “...

  • Page 70

    SING THE UTOMATIC NTENNA UNER ITHIUM ATTERY EPLACEMENT The memories for the ATU are backed up by a common Lithium backup battery (type CR2032 or equivalent). After two or more years of heavy use, you may notice that the tuner memories are not being maintained, and that you have to re-tune when returning to a frequency on which you had previously stored tuning data.

  • Page 71

    NHANCING RANSMIT IGNAL UALITY SSB T DJUSTING THE RANSMITTED ANDWIDTH SSB M For transmission on SSB, a default bandwidth of 2.4 kHz is provided. This bandwidth provides reasonable fidelity along with good talk power, and is typical of the bandwidth used for decades during SSB transmission. However, the bandwidth may be varied by the operator, so as to provide different levels of fidelity or talk power, according to your preferences.

  • Page 72

    NHANCING RANSMIT IGNAL UALITY ARAMETRIC ICROPHONE QUALIZER SSB/AM/FM M The FT-2000D includes a unique Three-Band Parametric Microphone Equalizer that provides precise, independent con- trol over the low, mid and treble ranges in your voice waveform. You may utilize one group of settings when the speech processor is off, and an alternate group of settings when the speech processor is on.

  • Page 73

    NHANCING RANSMIT IGNAL UALITY ARAMETRIC ICROPHONE QUALIZER SSB/AM/FM M 1. Adjust the [ MIC ] (gain) knob for SSB use, as described [ PROC ] Button on page 64. 2. Press the [ PROC ] button momentarily. The “ ” icon will appear in the display, confirming that the Parametric Microphone Equalizer is engaged.

  • Page 74

    NHANCING RANSMIT IGNAL UALITY SING THE PEECH ROCESSOR SSB/AM/FM M The FT-2000D’s Speech Processor is designed to increase “talk power” by increasing the average power output, (via a sophisticated compression technique) and adjusting the audio quality to the menu settings (“132 tAUd PE1 FRQ,” “135 tAUd PE2 FRQ,”...

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    NHANCING RANSMIT IGNAL UALITY CLASS-A O ISTORTION PERATION SSB M Class-A operation of the FT-2000D transmitter is provided, yielding ultra-low distortion products during SSB operation. Power output during Class-A operation is 75 Watts. To engage Class-A operation as following: [ MENU ] Button 1.

  • Page 77

    NHANCING RANSMIT IGNAL UALITY CLASS-A O ISTORTION PERATION SSB M During Class-A operation, ten Amps of Bias current will be flowing, regardless of the modulation level that leads to actual power output. Therefore, if the ambient temperature in your operation location is high, the transceiver tempera- ture may rise as well, due to the high bias level (which must be dissipated as heat).

  • Page 78: Voice Memory

    RANSMITTER ONVENIENCE EATURES OICE EMORY SSB/AM/FM M You may utilize the Voice Memory capability of the FT-2000D for repetitive messages. The Voice Memory system in- cludes four memories capable of storing up to 20 seconds of voice audio each. The maximum that any memory can hold is 20 seconds.

  • Page 79: Voice Memory Operation From The Optional Fh-2 Remote Control Keypad, Memory Operation

    RANSMITTER ONVENIENCE EATURES OICE EMORY SSB/AM/FM M Voice Memory Operation from the optional FH-2 Remote Control Keypad You may also utilize the Voice Memory capability of the FT-2000D from the optional FH-2 Remote Control Keypad which plugs into the rear panel’s REM jack. When using the FH-2 Remote Control Keypad, you may record five memories with up to 20 seconds of voice audio each.

  • Page 80

    RANSMITTER ONVENIENCE EATURES TX/RX S : SSB/AM/FM M Instead of using the microphone’s PTT switch or the front panel [ MOX ] switch to activate the transmitter, the VOX (Voice Operated TX/RX Control) system provides hands-free, automatic activation of the transmitter, based on voice input into the microphone.

  • Page 81: Clarifier Offset Bar Indicator

    VFO frequency will appear in stations may also be using Yaesu transceivers with capa- the small display window. bility similar to that of your FT-2000D. On the DX side...

  • Page 82: Vfo Tracking Feature

    RANSMITTER ONVENIENCE EATURES PLIT REQUENCY PERATION A powerful capability of the FT-2000D is its flexibility in Split Frequency operation, using the Main (VFO-A) and Sub (VFO-B) frequency registers. This makes the FT-2000D especially useful for high-level DX-pedition use, as the Split operation capability is very advanced and easy to use.

  • Page 83: Quick Split Operation

    RANSMITTER ONVENIENCE EATURES PLIT REQUENCY PERATION Quick Split Operation The Quick Split feature allows you to set a one-touch offset of +5 kHz to be applied to your radio’s transmit frequency on the Sub (VFO-B), compared to the Main (VFO-A) frequency. 1.

  • Page 84

    CW M PERATION The powerful CW operating capabilities of the FT-2000D include operation using both an electronic keyer paddle and a “straight key” or emulation thereof, as is provided by a computer-based keying device. ETUP FOR TRAIGHT EY AND TRAIGHT EY EMULATION PERATION Before starting, connect your key line(s) to the front and/or rear panel KEY jack(s), and be sure the [ KEYER ] button on the...

  • Page 85

    CW M PERATION SING THE UILT LECTRONIC EYER Connect the cable from your keyer paddle to the front or rear panel KEY jack. 1. Press the [ CW ] mode button to en- [ KEYER ] Button [ A ] Button [ BK-IN ] Button [ B ] Button gage CW operation.

  • Page 86: Setting The Keyer Weight Dot/space:dash ) Ratio, Selecting The Keyer Operating Mode

    The configuration of the Electronic Keyer may be customized independently for the front and rear KEY jacks of the FT-2000. This permits utilization of Automatic Character Spacing (ACS), if desired, as well as the use of the electronic keyer via the front jack and a straight key or computer-driven keying line via the rear panel.

  • Page 87

    DX station. From the DX side, if a dozen or more operators (also using Yaesu’s SPOT system) all call precisely on the same frequency, their dots and dashes merge into a single, long tone that the DX station cannot decipher.

  • Page 88

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES CW R SING EVERSE If you experience a difficult interference situation, where an interfering station cannot readily be eliminated, you may wish to try receiving using the opposite sideband. This may throw the interfering station’s frequency in a direction that may lend itself more readily to rejection.

  • Page 89

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES CW D ELAY ETTING During semi-break-in (not QSK) operation, the hang time of the transmitter, after you have finished sending, may be adjusted to a comfortable value consistent with your sending speed. This is the functional equivalent to the “VOX Delay” adjustment used on voice modes, and the delay may be varied anywhere between 20 milli-seconds ( [ DELAY ] knob set fully counter-clockwise) and 5 seconds (fully clockwise).

  • Page 90: Message Memory

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER The FT-2000D in capable of the automatic sending of CW messages (as you might do in a contest). Two techniques for message storage are available: you may either send the desired message contents using your keyer paddle (“Message Memory”), or you may input the text characters using the Main Dial Tuning knob and [ SUB VFO-B ] knobs (“Text Memory”).

  • Page 91: Transmitting In The Beacon Mode

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER CW M [ BK-IN ] Button 1. Be sure that Break-in is still turned Off by the [ BK-IN ] button. 2. Press the [ MONI ] button to enable the CW monitor. 3.

  • Page 92: Text Memory

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER TEXT Memory The four channels of CW message memory (up to 50 characters total) may also be programmed using a text-entry tech- nique. This technique is somewhat slower than when you send the message directly from your keyer paddle, but accuracy of character spacing is ensured.

  • Page 93: Contest Number Programming

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER CW M [ BK-IN ] Button 1. Be sure that Break-in is still turned Off by the [ BK-IN ] button. 2. Press the [ MONI ] button to enable the CW monitor. 3.

  • Page 94

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER U FH-2 R You may also utilize the CW message capability of the FT-2000D from the optional FH-2 Remote Control Keypad, which plugs into the rear panel’s REM jack. Message Memory Five memory channels capable of retaining 50 characters total are provided (using the PARIS standard for characters and word length).

  • Page 95

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER U FH-2 R CW M 1. Set the operating mode to CW. 1. Be sure that Break-in is still turned Off. 2. Set the [ BK-IN ] button to Off. 2. Press the [ MONI ] button to enable the CW monitor. 3.

  • Page 96

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER U FH-2 R TEXT Memory The five channels of CW message memory (up to 50 characters total) may also be programmed using a text-entry tech- nique. This technique is somewhat slower than when you send the message directly from your keyer paddle, but accuracy of character spacing is ensured.

  • Page 97: Decrementing The Contest Number

    CW C ONVENIENCE EATURES ONTEST EMORY EYER U FH-2 R CW M 6. When the message is complete, add the “}” character at the end to signify the termination of the message. 1. Be sure that Break-in is still turned Off. 7.

  • Page 98

    FM M PERATION ASIC PERATION 1. Press the [ AM/FM ] button several [ MOX ] Button times, until the imbedded LED glows orange, to select the FM operating mode. When the [ AM/FM ] button glows red, it indicates AM operation. 2.

  • Page 99

    FM M PERATION EPEATER PERATION The FT-2000D may be utilized on 29 MHz and 50 MHz repeaters. 1. Rotate the Main Tuning Dial knob to the output fre- [ MOX ] Button [ AM/FM ] Button quency (downlink) from the repeater. 2.

  • Page 100

    EMORY PERATION ONVENIENT EMORY FUNCTIONS The FT-2000D contains ninety-nine regular memories, labeled “01” through “99,” nine special programmed limit memory pairs, labeled “P-1L/1U” through “P-9L/9U,” and five QMB (Quick Memory Bank) memories, labeled “C-1” through “C-5.” Each stores various settings, not only the Main band’s (VFO-A) frequency and mode (See below). By default, the 99 regular memories are contained in one group;...

  • Page 101

    EMORY PERATION QMB Q UICK EMORY The Quick Memory Bank consists of five memories (labeled “C-1” through “C-5.”) independent from the regular and PMS memories. These can quickly store operating parameters for later recall. QMB Channel Storage 1. Tune to the desired frequency on the Main (VFO-A) [ QMB ( STO )] Button band.

  • Page 102: Memory Channel Recall

    EMORY PERATION TANDARD EMORY PERATION The Standard Memory of the FT-2000D allows storage and recall of up to 99 memories, each storing frequency, mode, and a wide variety of status information detailed previously. Memories may be grouped into as many as six Memory Groups, and additionally you get nine pairs of band-limit (PMS) memories along with five QMB (Quick Memory Bank) memories.

  • Page 103: Checking A Memory Channel's Status, Erasing Memory Channel Data

    EMORY PERATION TANDARD EMORY PERATION Checking a Memory Channel’s Status Before programming a channel into memory, you can check the current contents of that channel without the danger of over- writing the channel accidentally. 1. Press the [ A M ] button momentarily. [ A M ] Button The data stored in the currently-selected memory chan- nel will be displayed in the Sub band (VFO-B) fre-...

  • Page 104: Moving Memory Data To The Main Band (vfo-a), Memory Tune Operation

    EMORY PERATION TANDARD EMORY PERATION Moving Memory Data to the Main Band VFO-A You may transfer the contents of the currently-selected memory channel into the Main band (VFO-A) register, if you like. 1. Press the [ V/M ] button, as necessary, to go to the Memory mode.

  • Page 105: Memory Groups, Memory Group Assignment, Choosing The Desired Memory Group

    EMORY PERATION EMORY ROUPS Memory channels may be grouped into as many as six convenient batches, for easy identification and selection. For ex- ample, you might want to set aside memory groups for AM BC stations, shortwave broadcast stations, contest frequencies, repeater frequencies, and PMS limits, or any other groupings you like.

  • Page 106

    ( U.S. V PERATION ON LASKA MERGENCY REQUENCY 5167.5 ERSION Section 97.401(d) of the regulations governing amateur radio in the United States permit emergency amateur communica- tions on the spot frequency of 5167.5 kHz by stations in (or within 92.6 km of) the state of Alaska. This frequency is only to be used when the immediate safety of human life and/or property are threatened, and is never to be used for routine communications.

  • Page 107

    EMORY CANNING You may scan wither the VFO or the memories of the FT-2000D, and the radio will halt the scan on any station with a signal strong enough to open the receiver’s squelch. VFO S CANNING 1. Set the VFO to the frequency on which you would like to begin scanning.

  • Page 108

    EMORY CANNING EMORY 1. Set the transceiver up in the memory mode by pressing [ V/M ] Button [ A/B ] Button the [ V/M ] button, if necessary. [ SUB VFO-B ] Knob 2. Rotate the Main [ SQL ] knob so that the background noise is just silenced.

  • Page 109: Memory Scan

    ROGRAMMABLE EMORY CANNING To limit scanning (and manual tuning) within a particular frequency range, you can use the Programmable Memory Scan- ning (PMS) feature, which utilizes nine special-purpose memory pairs (“P-1L/P-1U” through “P-9L/P-9U”). The PMS feature is especially useful in helping you to observe any operating sub-band limits which apply to your Amateur license class.

  • Page 110: Packet Operation, Basic Setup

    ACKET PERATION Packet operation is easily accomplished on the FT-2000D by connecting your TNC (Terminal Node Controller) to the transceiver, per the illustration. “Packet” operation also applies to SSB-based AFSK data modes, such as PSK31, etc. DATA DATA PACKET ② ④...

  • Page 111

    RTTY ( R ADIO ELETYPE PERATION Most RTTY operation today is accomplished using a TNC or other computer-based system that utilizes AFSK tones. As such, the previous discussion on LSB-mode “Packet” operation will apply for Baudot operation, as well. For RTTY opera- tion using a Terminal Unit (TU) or the “FSK”...

  • Page 112

    AFSK-B ISCELLANEOUS ASED ODES The FT-2000D may also be used for a host of other SSB-based Data modes. Please set up your system using the illustration as a guideline. LINE IN or MIC IN LINE OUT or MIC OUT COM PORT PACKET ②...

  • Page 113

    BOUT THE RANSVERTER UTPUT ERMINAL You may connect an after-market transverter to the rear panel’s TRV (Transverter) jack. The output, at 28 MHz, is approxi- mately –10 dBm (0.1 mW) at 50 Ohms. Transceiver V/U ANT TX GND RF IN ETUP PERATION 1.

  • Page 114: Menu Mode Reset

    The Menu system of the FT-2000D provides extensive customization capability, so you can set up your transceiver just the way you want to operate it. The Menu items are grouped by general utilization category, and are numbered from “001 AGc FST DLY”...

  • Page 115

    N . M 001 AGc FST DLY 20 ~ 4000 msec (20 msec/step) 300 msec 002 AGc FST HLD 0 ~ 2000 msec (20 msec/step) 0 msec 003 AGc MID DLY 20 ~ 4000 msec (20 msec/step) 700 msec 004 AGc MID HLD 0 ~ 2000 msec (20 msec/step) 0 msec 005 AGc SLW DLY...

  • Page 116

    N . M MODE-CW 055 A1A R-REV nor/rEU MODE-CW 056 A1A CW AUTO OFF/50/On MODE-CW 057 A1A BFO USb/LSb/Auto MODE-CW 058 A1A BK-IN SEni/FuLL SEni MODE-CW 059 A1A SHAPE 1/2/4/6 msec 4 msec MODE-CW 060 A1A WEIGHT (1:) 2.5 ~ 4.5 MODE-CW 061 A1A FRQDISP dir/OFSt...

  • Page 117: Table Of Contents

    N . M SCOPE 107 SCP 5.0 FI 5.250 - 5.499 MHz (1 kHz/step) 5.250 MHz SCOPE 108 SCP 7.0 FI 7.000 - 7.299 MHz (1 kHz/step) 7.000 MHz SCOPE 109 SCP 10.1 FI (1)0.100 - (1)0.149 MHz (1 kHz/step) (1)0.100 MHz SCOPE 110 SCP 14.0 FI...

  • Page 118

    AGC G DISPLAY G ROUP ROUP 001 AGc FST DLY 007 diSP COLOR Function: Sets the delay time for the AGC FAST mode of Function: Selects the Display color when the optional Data the Main band (VFO-A) receiver. Management Unit (DMU-2000) is connected. Available Values: 20 ~ 4000 msec (20 msec/step) Available Values: bL1/bL2/bL3/ub1/ub2 Default Setting: 300 msec...

  • Page 119

    DISPLAY G KEYER G ROUP ROUP 014 diSP QMB MKR 017 tEy BEACON Function: Enables/Disables the QMB Marker (White ar- Function: Sets the interval time between repeats of the row “ ”) to display on the Spectrum Band Scope when beacon message.

  • Page 120

    KEYER G GENERAL G ROUP ROUP 022 tEy CW MEM3 025 GEnE ANT SEL Function: Permits entry of the CW message for message Function: Sets the method of antenna selection. register 3. Available Values: bAnd/rEG Available Values: tyP1/tyP2 Default Setting: bAnd Default Setting: tyP2 bAnd:The antenna is selected in accordance with the tyP1: You may enter the CW message from the front...

  • Page 121

    GENERAL G ROUP 032 GEnE TRACK 036 GEnE SNB LVL Function: Sets the VFO Tracking feature. Function: Adjusts the Sub band (VFO-B) receiver’s IF Available Values: OFF/bAND/FrEq Noise Blanker level, when the Noise Blanker is engaged. Default Setting: OFF Available Values: nAin(MAIN)/0~100 OFF: Disables the VFO Tracking feature.

  • Page 122

    S IF SFT MODE-AM G IF S ROUP ROUP 042 S-iF LSB SFT 050 A3E MICGAIN Function: Sets the center frequency of the Sub band (VFO- Function: Sets the microphone gain for the AM mode. B) receiver’s IF filter in the LSB mode. Available Values: Ur/0 ~ 100 Available Values: –1000 ~ +1000 Hz Default Setting: 30...

  • Page 123

    MODE-CW G ROUP 052 A1A F-TYPE 056 A1A CW AUTO Function: Selects the desired keyer operation mode for Function: Enables/disables CW keying while operating the device connected to the front panel’s KEY jack. on SSB. Available Values: OFF/buG/ELE/ACS Available Values: OFF/50/On Default Setting: ELE Default Setting: OFF OFF: Disables the front panel’s keyer (“straight key”...

  • Page 124

    MODE-CW G MODE-DAT G ROUP ROUP 064 dAtA DATA IN 061 A1A FRQDISP Function: Selects the frequency Display Format for the Function: Selects the data input path to be used on the CW mode. PKT mode. Available Values: dir/OFSt Available Values: dAtA/PC Default Setting: OFSt Default Setting: dAtA dir (Direct Frequency): Displays the receiver carrier...

  • Page 125

    MODE-FM G MODE-RTY G ROUP ROUP 072 F3E MICGAIN 076 rtty R PLRTY Function: Sets the microphone gain for the FM mode. Function: Selects normal or reverse Mark/Space polarity Available Values: Ur/0 ~ 100 for RTTY receive operation. Default Setting: 50 Available Values: nor/rEU When this menu is set to “Ur,”...

  • Page 126: J3e Tx Bpf, J3e Lsb Car, J3e Usb Car

    MODE-SSB G RX AUDIO G ROUP ROUP 082 J3E MIC SEL 088 rout AGC SLP Function: Selects the microphone to be used on the SSB Function: Selects the gain curve of the AGC amplifier. modes (LSB and USB). Available Values: nor/SLP Available Values: Frnt/dAtA/PC Default Setting: nor Default Setting: Frnt...

  • Page 127

    RX DSP G ROUP 090 rdSP CNTR LV 096 rdSP PKT SHP Function: Adjusts the parametric equalizer gain of the Function: Selects the passband characteristics of the DSP Contour filter. filter for the PKT mode. Available Values: –40 ~ +20 dB Available Values: SOFt/ShAP Default Setting: –15 dB Default Setting: ShAP...

  • Page 128: Scp 7.0 Fi

    RX DSP G SCOPE G ROUP ROUP 102 rdSP SSB SHP This group’s adjustment has no effect, if the optional Function: Selects the passband characteristics of the DSP DMU-2000 Data Management Unit is not connected. filter for the SSB modes (LSB and USB). 105 SCP 1.8 FI Available Values: SOFt/ShAP Default Setting: ShAP...

  • Page 129: Tun Dialstep, Tun Cw Fine, Tun Mhz Sel, Tun Am Step, Tun Fm Step

    SCOPE G TUNING G ROUP ROUP 116 tun DIALSTEP 110 SCP 14.0 FI Function: Selects the scan start frequency of the FIX mode Function: Setting of the Main Tuning Dial knob’s tuning Spectrum Scope while monitoring on the 20 m amateur speed on the SSB, CW, and AM modes.

  • Page 130: Taud Eq1 Frq, Tuad Eq3 Frq, Taud Eq1 Lvl, Tuad Eq3 Lvl, Taud Eq1 Bw

    TX AUDIO G ROUP 123 tAUd EQ1 FRQ 129 tUAd EQ3 FRQ Function: Selects the center frequency of the lower range Function: Selects the center frequency of the high range for the parametric microphone equalizer. for the parametric microphone equalizer. Available Values: OFF/100 ~ 700 Hz (100 Hz/step) Available Values: OFF/1500 ~ 3200 Hz (100 Hz/step) Default Setting: OFF...

  • Page 131: Tuad Pe3 Bw

    TX AUDIO G TX GNRL G ROUP ROUP 141 tGEn BIAS 135 tAUd PE2 FRQ Function: Selects the center frequency of the middle range Function: Selects the Final Amplifier’s operation between for the parametric microphone equalizer when the speech the “Class-A” and “Class-AB” mode, and adjusts the Bias processor is activated.

  • Page 132: Tgen Emrgncy

    TX GNRL G ROUP 147 tGEn EMRGNCY Function: Enables Tx/Rx operation on the Alaska Emer- gency Channel, 5167.5 kHz. Available Values: EnA(ENABLE)/diS(DISABLE) Default Setting: diS(DISABLE) When this Menu Item is set to “EnA(ENABLE),” the spot frequency of 5167.5 kHz will be enabled. The Alaska Emergency Channel will be found between the Memory channels “P-1”...

  • Page 133

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  • Page 134

    PECIFICATIONS General Rx Frequency Range: 30 kHz - 60 MHz (operating) 160 - 6 m (specified performance, Amateur bands only) Tx Frequency Ranges: 160 - 6 m (Amateur bands only) ±0.5 ppm (after 1 minute @+77 °F [+25 °C]) Frequency Stability: ±1.0 ppm (after 1 minute @+14 °F ~ +122 °F [–10 °C ~ +50 °C]) 14 °F ~ +122 °F (–10 °C ~ +50 °C) Operating Temperature Range:...

  • Page 135

    PECIFICATIONS Receiver Circuit Type: Main (VFO-A); Triple-conversion superheterodyne Sub (VFO-B); Double-conversion superheterodyne Intermediate Frequencies: Main (VFO-A); 69.450 MHz/450 kHz/30 kHz (24 kHz for AM/FM), Sub (VFO-B); 40.455 MHz/455 kHz Sensitivity (RF AMP 2 “ON”): SSB (2.4 kHz, 10 dB S+N/N) 2 µV (0.1 - 1.8 MHz) 0.2 µV (1.8 - 30 MHz) 0.125 µV (50 - 54 MHz)

  • Page 136

    NSTALLATION OF THE PTIONAL ILTER (YF-122C YF-122CN) 1. Turn the FT-2000D’s [ POWER ] switch “off,” then turn the FP-2000’s [ POWER ] switch “off.” 2. Unplug the AC cable from the AC jack on the FP- 2000 rear panel. 3.

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  • Page 139

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

  • Page 140

    Copyright 2006 Printed in Japan VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD. 0612X-0Y All rights reserved No portion of this manual may be reproduced without the permission of VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.

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