4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan
US Headquarters
10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
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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  • Page 1

    4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan VERTEX STANDARD US Headquarters 10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A. YAESU UK LTD. Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K. VERTEX STANDARD HK LTD. Unit 5, 20/F., Seaview Centre, 139-141 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong VERTEX STANDARD ( AUSTRALIA ) PTY., LTD.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Separate Transmit Frequency Memory FT-1900R Quick Reference Guide Introduction ............1 (“Odd Splits”) ........35 Memory Recall ..........36 Specifications ............ 2 Labeling Memories ........37 Accessories & Options ........3 Supplied Accessories ........3 Memory Tuning ..........38 Optional Accessories ........3 Masking Memories ........

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    FT-1900R Q UICK EFERENCE UIDE VOL K SQL K Adjusts the audio A d j u s t t o t h e p o i n t w h e r e t h e volume level. background noise is muted.

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    FT-1900R Q UICK EFERENCE UIDE VERVIEW RESS RIEFLY RESS AND Activates the Internet Connec- Locks out the switches and tion Feature. knobs (except the VOL, SQL knobs and PTT switch). Allows tuning the VFO fre- Enters the Set (“Menu”) mode.

  • Page 5: Introduction

    S-Meter, thus reducing guesswork in setting the squelch threshold. Congratulations on your purchase of the FT-1900R! Whether this is your first rig, or if Yaesu equipment is already the backbone of your station, the Vertex Standard organization is committed to ensuring your enjoyment of this high-performance transceiver, which should provide you with many years of satisfying operation.

  • Page 6: Specifications

    Image Rejection: 3 W into 4 Ohms @10 % THD Maximum AF Output: Specifications subject to change without notice or obligation. Specifications guaranteed only within Amateur band. Frequency ranges will vary according to transceiver version; check with your dealer. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 7: Ptional A Ccessories

    Vertex Standard acces- sories. Consult your Vertex Standard dealer for details regarding these and any newly- available options. Connection of any non-Vertex Standard-approved accessory, should it cause damage, may void the Limited Warranty on this apparatus. FT-1900R O...

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    Do not install the transceiver on top of another heat-generating device (such as a power supply or amplifier), and do not place equipment, books, or papers on top of the FT-1900R. Avoid heating vents and window locations that could expose the transceiver to excessive direct sunlight, especially in hot climates.

  • Page 9

    AFETY NFORMATION The FT-1900R is an electrical apparatus, as well as a generator of RF (Radio Frequency) energy, and you should exercise all safety precautions as are appropriate for this type of device. These safety tips apply to any device installed in a well-designed amateur radio station.

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    NTENNA ONSIDERATION The FT-1900R is designed for use with antennas presenting an impedance of near 50 Ohms at all operating frequencies. The antenna (or a 50 Ohm dummy load) should be connected whenever the transceiver is turned on, to avoid damage that could otherwise result if transmission occurs accidentally without an antenna.

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    NSTALLATION OBILE NSTALLATION The FT-1900R must only be installed in vehicles having a 13.8 Volt negative ground elec- trical system. Mount the transceiver where the display, controls, and microphone are easily accessible, using the supplied MMB-36 mounting bracket. The transceiver may be installed in almost any location, but should not be positioned near a heating vent nor anywhere where it might interfere with driving (either visually or me- chanically).

  • Page 12: Mobile Power Connections, Mobile Speakers

    Yaesu dealer. Other external speakers may be used with the FT-1900R, if they present the specified 4-Ohm impedance and are capable of handling the 3 Watts of audio output supplied by the FT-1900R. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 13: Ac Power Supplies

    NSTALLATION TATION NSTALLATION The FT-1900R is ideal for base station use as well as in mobile installations. The FT- 1900R is specifically designed to integrate into your station easily, using the information to follow as a reference. AC Power Supplies Operation of the FT-1900R from an AC line requires a power source capable of providing at least 11 Amps continuously at 13.8 Volts DC.

  • Page 14: Microphone Jack

    This key allows tuning in 1-MHz steps (the MHz digits will blink on the display). If receiving on a memory, pressing this key the first time activates the Memory Tuning mode, and pressing it again enables 1-MHz steps. Press and hold in this key for one second to activate the “Set” (Menu) mode. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 15: Lock Feature, Ctcss/dcs/epcs Bell Paging

    (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System) Programmable Memory Scan Repeater Shift Direction SKIP/Preferential Scan Channel Priority Channel TX Indicator Memory Mode Narrow Deviation Memory Channel Number Low TX Power Selected VFO Mode BUSY Indicator S- and TX Power Meter Home Channel Frequency/Message Area FT-1900R O...

  • Page 16

    [ UP ] / [ DWN ] Button Press (or hold in) either of these buttons to tune (or scan up or down) the operating frequency or through the memory channels. In many ways, these buttons emulate the function of the (rotary) DIAL knob. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 17

    This 2-contact 3.5-mm mini phone jack provides receiver audio output for an optional external speaker. The audio impedance is 4 Ohms, and the level varies according to the setting of the front panel’s VOL control. Inserting a plug into this jack disables audio from the transceiver’s internal speaker. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 18: Basic Operation

    Hi! I’m R. F. Radio, and I’ll be helping you along as you learn the many features of the FT-1900R. I know you’re anxious to get on the air, but I encourage you to read the “Basic Operation” section of this manual as thoroughly as possible, so you’ll get the most out of this fantastic new transceiver.

  • Page 19: Direct Keypad Frequency Entry, Scanning

    1 MHz per step. This feature is extremely useful for making rapid frequency excursions over the wide tuning range of the FT-1900R. Instead of pressing the [ MHz ( SET )] button, you may also press the [ A ] key on the Microphone’s keypad to engage tuning in 1 MHz steps.

  • Page 20: Transmission, Changing The Transmitter Power Level

    Changing the Transmitter Power Level You can select from among a total of four transmit power levels on your FT-1900R. To change the power level, press the [ LOW ( A/N )] key (or the microphone’s [ C ] key to select one of four power settings.

  • Page 21

    When scanning the band or the “regular” memories, with the Severe Weather Alert feature engaged, you will notice that the FT-1900R will break over to the Weather Channel bank every five seconds, performing a quick scan of those channels in search for the 1050 Hz alert tone.

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    In order to prevent accidental frequency change or inadvertent transmission, various as- pects of the FT-1900R’s keys and knob may be locked out. To lock out some or all of the keys, use the “Set” (Menu) mode, described below: 1.

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    ISPLAY RIGHTNESS The FT-1900R display illumination has been specially engineered to provide high visibil- ity with minimal disruption of your “night vision” while you are driving. The brightness of the display is manually adjustable, using the following procedure: 1.

  • Page 24: Rf Squelch

    2) If the RF Squelch is set to “S-3,” but the Noise Squelch is set to a high level which will only pass signals which are Full Scale on the S-meter, the squelch will only open on signals which are Full Scale on the S-meter. In this case, the Noise Squelch overrides the action of the RF Squelch. FT-1900R O...

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    EPEATER PERATION The FT-1900R includes a host of convenience features which makes operation on amateur repeaters both efficient and enjoyable. This transceiver offers three methods of setting up split-frequency operation on repeaters: Manual selection of preset repeater shifts (Standard Repeater Shift);...

  • Page 26

    Press the [ REV ( DW )] key again to cause operation to revert to normal monitoring of the repeater downlink (output) frequency. While you are listening on the input frequency to the repeater using the [ REV ( DW )] key, the repeater offset icon will blink. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 27

    This tone system, called “CTCSS” (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System), is included in your FT-1900R, and is very easy to activate. CTCSS setup involves two actions: setting the Tone Mode and then setting of the Tone Frequency.

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    CTCSS to control access to the repeater, but don’t pass it along when transmit- ting. If the S-Meter deflects, but the FT-1900R is not passing audio, repeat steps “1” through “3” above, but rotate the DIAL knob so that “TONE” appears - this will allow you to hear all traffic on the channel being received.

  • Page 29: Ctcss Operation, Dcs Operation

    CTCSS. The DCS Encoder/Decoder is built into your FT-1900R, and operation is very similar to that just described for CTCSS. Your repeater system may be configured for DCS;...

  • Page 30: Tone Search Scanning

    Set Mode Item “54 TS MUT” is set to “OFF.” See page 80 for details. You can also change the Tone Search scanning speed, using Set Mode Item “55 TS SPD.” See page 82 for details. Tone Scanning works either in the VFO or Memory mode. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 31: Epcs Operation

    6. Press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to lock in that tone/code and exit to normal operation. The FT-1900R does not recognize the order of the 1st tone and the 2nd tone. In other words, for example, the FT-1900R considers both CTCSS pairs “10, 35”...

  • Page 32: Paging Answer Back

    100 MHz digit of the frequency display. Paging Answer Back When you press the PTT switch to respond to a page call, the FT-1900R transmits the Transmitting CTCSS Tone pair. This tone pair will open the Code Squelch of the calling station.

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    CTCSS/DCS/EPCS B PERATION During CTCSS Decode, DCS, or EPCS operation, you may set up the FT-1900R such that a ringing “bell” sound alerts you to the fact that a call is coming in. Here is the procedure for activating the CTCSS/DCS/EPCS Bell: 1.

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    PLIT PERATION The FT-1900R can be operated in a “Split Tone” configuration, to enable operation on repeaters using a mix of both CTCSS and DCS control via the Set mode. 1. Press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second, then rotate the DIAL knob to select “48 SPLIT.”...

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  • Page 36: Manual Dtmf Tone Generation, Dtmf Autodialer

    DTMF A UTODIALER Nine DTMF Autodialer memories are available on the FT-1900R. These DTMF Autodialer memories can store up to 16 digits of a telephone number for repeater autopatch or other use. To load DTMF Autodialer memories, use the following procedure: 1.

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    2. Press the [ MHz ( SET )] key, then rotate the DIAL knob to select the desired speed (50 250 450 750 1000 ms). 3. Press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. FT-1900R O...

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    EMORY PERATION The FT-1900R provides a wide variety of memory system resources. These include: 200 “basic” memory channels, numbered “0” through “199.” A “Home” channel, providing storage and quick recall of one prime frequency. 10 sets of band-edge memories, also known as “Programmable Memory Scan” chan- nels, labeled “L0/U0”...

  • Page 39

    4. Press the [ REV ( DW )] key to indicate the memorized fre- quency/code for the transmitter. You can confirm the Trans- mit and Receive TONE/DCS by alternately pressing of the [ REV ( DW )] key. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 40: Memory Recall

    [ 1 ] [ 8 ] . L0 U0 You may also recall Programmable Memory Scan (PMS) channels (“ ” through “ ”) using the following numbers: Programmable Memory channels # = “200,” “201,” = “218,” and = “219.” FT-1900R O...

  • Page 41

    6. Press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to exit to normal operation. While operating in the Memory Recall mode, press and hold in the [ LOW ( A/N )] key for one second to toggle the display be- tween indication of the frequency and the channel’s Alpha/Nu- meric label. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 42: Memory Tuning

    Home Channel). 1. With the FT-1900R in the Memory Recall mode, press and hold in the [ D/MR ( MW )] key for one second, then rotate the DIAL knob to select the memory channel you wish to delete.

  • Page 43: Memory Bank Operation, Assigning Memories To A Memory Bank, Memory Bank Recall

    EMORY PERATION The large number of memories available in the FT-1900R could be difficult to utilize without some means of organizing them. Fortunately, the FT-1900R includes provision for dividing the memories into as many as eight Memory Banks, so you can categorize the memories in a manner convenient to you.

  • Page 44: Removing Memories From A Memory Bank, Changing A Memory Bank's Name

    8. When you have programmed a name which is under 6 characters, press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to confirm the label and exit to normal operation. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 45: Home Channel Memory

    VFO, making it a good idea to program in your area’s “Calling Frequency” as the Home channel. Once contact is established, you may then tune off the Calling Frequency to an open simplex frequency to carry on your QSO. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 46: Memory Only Mode

    [ D/MR ( MW )] key while turning the radio on. The VFO and Home Channel will now be disabled. To return to normal operation, repeat the above power-on procedure. The FT-1900R’s scanning capability provides the operator with many convenient methods of rapid frequency navigation. FT-1900R O...

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  • Page 48

    Memory Channels with the same “first” or “first” and “second” digits of the alpha/ numeric tag as the first channel on which scanning started, using Set Mode items “28 MEM.SCN” and “56 VFO.SCN.” See pages 77 and 82 for details. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 49

    ESUME PTIONS Three scan-resume modes are available on the FT-1900R: In the “BUSY” mode, the scanner will remain halted for as long as there is carrier present on the channel; after the carrier drops at the end of the other station’s transmission, scanning will resume.

  • Page 50

    To re-institute a channel into the scanning loop, select “OFF” in step 4 above, after first recalling the currently-blocked channel (the “Skipped” channel is accessible via manual channel selection methods using the DIAL knob in the Memory mode, whether or not it is locked out of the scanning loop). FT-1900R O...

  • Page 51: Preferential Memory Scan

    REFERENTIAL EMORY The FT-1900R also allows you to set up a “Preferential Scan List” of channels which you can “flag” within the memory system. These channels are designated by a blinking “SKIP” icon when you have selected them, one by one, for the Preferential Scan List.

  • Page 52: Memory Bank Link Scan

    6. Now, press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to initiate the Memory Bank Link Scan. 7. To remove a Memory Bank from the Memory Bank Link Scan, repeat steps 2 - 4 above, to delete the blinking “SKIP” icon from the Memory Bank number indication. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 53: Programmable Band-scan Limits

    MR ( MW )] key momentarily. Do not attempt to initiate “normal” scanning on any of the PMS memory chan- nels. If you do, an error message will result; the “U/L” memories are dedicated for the establishment of band scanning limits. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 54: Priority Revert Mode

    The “PRI” icon will appear to the upper right corner on the display; indicating it is the Priority channel. 4. Now set the FT-1900R for operation on another memory channel, Home channel, or on a VFO frequency. 5. Press and hold in the [ REV ( DW )] key for one second. The display will remain on the VFO, the selected memory channel, or the Home channel, but every five seconds the FT-1900R will check the Priority Channel for activity.

  • Page 55: Weather Alert Scan, Band Edge Beeper

    NOAA Alert Tone while operating using VFO scan or Memory channel scan. When the Weather Alert Scan feature is engaged, the FT-1900R will check the Weather Broadcast Memory Channels for activity every five seconds while scanning. If you watch the display carefully, you’ll observe the scanner periodically shifting to the Weather Broad-...

  • Page 56: Setting The Smart Search Mode

    2. Press the [ MHz ( SET )] key, then rotate the DIAL knob to select the desired Smart Search mode (see above). 3. Press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 57: Storing Smart Search Memories

    7. To return to normal operation, press the [ D/MR ( MW )] key. Smart Search is a great tool when visiting a city for the first time. You don’t need to spend hours looking up repeater frequencies from a reference guidebook; just ask your FT-1900R where the action is! FT-1900R O...

  • Page 58: Internet Connection Feature, Srg Mode, Frg Mode

    NTERNET ONNECTION EATURE The FT-1900R can be used to access a “node” (repeater or base station) which is tied into the Vertex Standard WIRES™ (Wide-Coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System) network. Details may be found at the WiRES-II Web site: wiresinfo-en/.

  • Page 59

    4. Press the [ ] key momentarily to activate the Internet Con- nection feature. The “Int” notation will appear at the right of the frequency. 5. Rotate the DIAL knob while pressing the [ ] key to select the Internet Memory register FT-1900R O...

  • Page 60

    ] key, while you are transmitting, to send out the selected DTMF string (to estab- lish the link to the desired Internet-link mode). 7. To return to the WiRES™ mode, repeat steps 1 - 3 above, selecting “ ” in step 2. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 61: Basic Arts Setup And Operation

    4. Every 25 seconds, your radio will transmit a “polling” call to the other station. When that station responds with its own ARTS™ polling signal, the display will change to IN RNG “ ” to confirm that the other station’s polling code was received in response to yours. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 62

    ARTS™ Beep mode (see above). 3. When you have made your selection, press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 63: Cw Identifier Setup

    You may check your work by monitoring the entered callsign. To do this, recall Set Mode Item “11 CW ID” and press the [MHz(SET)] key, then press the [D/ MR(MW)] key. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 64: Cw Training Feature

    RAINING EATURE The FT-1900R provides a CW Training feature, which sends random Morse Code via the sidetone (heard in the speaker), so you can improve your CW proficiency. 1. Press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second, then rotate the DIAL knob to select “12 CWTRNG.”...

  • Page 65: Packet Operation

    The audio level from the receiver to the TNC may be adjusted by using the VOL knob, as with voice operation. The input level to the FT-1900R from the TNC may be adjusted via Set Mode Item “27 MCGAIN;” see page 64 for details.

  • Page 66: Microprocessor Resetting

    ETTINGS ASSWORD The FT-1900R provides a password feature which can minimize the chance that your trans- ceiver could be used by an unauthorized party. When the password feature is activated, the radio will ask for the four digit password to be entered when the radio is first turned on.

  • Page 67: Time-out Timer, Automatic Power-off

    If there is no action by you within the time interval programmed, an Alert bell will provide an audible warning from the speaker within 1 minute of the APO Timer expiration, then the microprocessor will shut down the radio automatically. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 68

    Remember that BCLO is controlled by the Noise Squelch; if you have DCS or TSQ engaged, BCLO will inhibit transmission if a station is on frequency but not transmitting the proper tone; BCLO will thus prevent you from interfering with the other station’s transmission. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 69

    SSIGNMENTS Default FT-1900R key functions have been assigned to the Microphone’s [ P1 ] / [ P2 ] / [ P3 ] / [ P4 ] buttons at the factory. These may be changed by the user, if you wish to assign quick access to another function.

  • Page 70

    3. Press and hold in the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one second to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. Remember to readjust the default microphone input level to “LVL 5” when using the sup- plied MH-48 Microphone. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 71

    3. When you have made your selection, press and hold the [ MHz ( SET )] key for one sec- ond to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. DISABLE 4. Remember to restore the default setting to “ ” when done. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 72: Reset Procedure, Microprocessor Resetting

    The “SET MODE RESET PUSH D/MR KEY” notation will scroll on the display. 3. Press the [ D/MR ( MW )] key momentarily to reset the Set (Menu) mode settings to their factory defaults (press any other key to cancel the Reset procedure). FT-1900R O...

  • Page 73: Cloning

    The FT-1900R includes a convenient “Clone” feature, which allows the memory and con- figuration data from one transceiver to be transferred to another FT-1900R. This can be particularly useful when configuring a number of transceivers for a public service opera- tion.

  • Page 74

    “S ” M The FT-1900R Set (Menu) mode, already described in parts of many previous chapters, is easy to activate and set. It may be used for configuration of a wide variety of transceiver parameters, some of which have not been detailed previously. Use the following procedure to activate the Set (Menu) mode: 1.

  • Page 75

    ON / OFF 58 WX VOL Selects the audio output level of the Weather Alert. NOR.VOL / MAX.VOL NOR.VOL 59 W/N DV Reduction of the Microphone Gain/Deviation and receiver bandwidth. WIDE / NARROW WIDE USA: WX CH EXP: T CALL FT-1900R O...

  • Page 76

    Setting of the DTMF Autodialer’s TX Delay Time. 18 DT DLY 50 / 250 / 450 / 750 / 1000 (ms) Loading of the DTMF Autodialer Memories. 19 DT SET Setting of the DTMF Autodialer Sending Speed. 20 DT SPD 50 / 100 (ms) FT-1900R O...

  • Page 77

    WIDE / NARROW tion. : ARTS / DC VLT / DIMMER / MCGAIN / SKIP / SQL OFF / WX CH / S SRCH / C SRCH / SCAN / T CALL / one of the Set Menu items FT-1900R O...

  • Page 78

    The beeper sounds when you press any key. OFF: Beeper is disabled. 7 BELL Function: Selects the CTCSS/DCS/EPCS Bell Ringer repetitions. Available Values: 1 / 3 / 5 / 8 / CNTNUE (Continuous ringing) / OFF Default: OFF FT-1900R O...

  • Page 79

    445 446 452 454 455 462 464 465 466 503 Default: DISABL 506 516 523 526 532 546 565 606 612 624 627 631 632 654 662 664 703 712 723 731 732 734 743 754 – – – – – – FT-1900R O...

  • Page 80

    Function: Selects the Access Numbers (DTMF digits) for WIRES™ Internet linking. Available Values: DTMF 0 - DTMF 9 / DTMF A - DTMF F Default: DTMF 1 23 INT MD Function: Selects the Internet Link Connection mode. Available Values: SRG / FRG Default: SRG FT-1900R O...

  • Page 81

    Function: Selects the method of selection of channels for Memory Storage. Available Values: NEXT / LOWER Default: NEXT NEXT: Stores the data into the memory channel which is next-highest from the last- stored memory channel. LOWER: Stores the data into the lowest-available “free” channel. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 82

    Function: Enables/Disables the Answer Back function of the Enhanced CTCSS Paging & Code Squelch function. Available Values: ON / OFF Default: OFF 34 PAG.CDR Function: Setting the Receiver Pager Code for the Enhanced CTCSS Paging & Code Squelch function. See page 27 for details. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 83

    Set mode items (except Set mode item #36 through 39; initial setting is “Set mode item #47 SKIP”). Default: WX CH 40 PSWD Function: Programs and activates the Password feature. Available Values: ON / OFF Default: OFF FT-1900R O...

  • Page 84

    31 channels are not filled after the first sweep, the radio continues sweeping until they are all filled. 46 SHIFT Function: Sets the magnitude of the Repeater Shift. Available Values: 0.00 - 99.95 MHz Default: 0.60 MHz FT-1900R O...

  • Page 85

    Default: USA: 5 kHz, EXP: 12.5 kHz 51 TEMP Function: Indicates the current temperature inside the transceiver’s case. Note: Press the [ D/MR ( MW )] key repeatedly to toggle between Fahrenheit (°F) and Cel- sius (°C) display of the temperature. FT-1900R O...

  • Page 86

    The scanner will sweep all frequencies. 57 WX ALT Function: Enables/Disables the Weather Alert feature. Available Values: ON / OFF Default: OFF 58 WX VOL Function: Selects the audio output level of the Weather Alert Tone. Available Values: NOR.VOL / MAX.VOL Default: NOR.VOL FT-1900R O...

  • Page 87

    ETAILS 59 W/N DV Function: Reduction of the Microphone Gain/Deviation and receiver bandwidth. Available Values: WIDE (±5 kHz Deviation, 15 kHz Bandwidth) / NARROW (±2.5 kHz Deviation, 6 kHz Bandwidth) Default: WIDE (±5 kHz Deviation, 15 kHz Bandwidth) FT-1900R O...

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  • Page 89

    1. Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by VERTEX STANDARD could void the user’s authorization to operate this device. 2. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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    Copyright 2009 VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD. All rights reserved. Printed in China No portion of this manual may be reproduced without the permission of VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.

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