Motorola JT 1000 User Manual

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Contents
Introduction
Inspection and
Unpacking............................................................................1
Antennas..................................................................................................2
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Belt Clip Installation and Removal (on Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Only)
Universal Connector Seal
Controls, Switches, Indicators, and Connectors
Keypad.....................................................................................................7
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Status
Annunciators...................................................................................8
Selective Channel Display and HOME Key
Monitoring
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Transmitting............................................................................................11
Low-Battery
Alert.....................................................................................11
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TM
Features...........................................................................16
Quik-Call II
TM
Decode
Touch-Code
TM
, Dual-Tone Multi-frequency
Repeater Talkaround
Smart
PTT..............................................................................................22
Time-Out
Timer........................................................................................23
PAC•RT
TM
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Single Tone
TM
Signalling
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Recharging Nickel-Cadmium
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Memory Effect (Reduced Charge
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Nickel-Cadmium Battery Recycling
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, Motorola, JT 1000, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, PAC•RT, Quik-Call II,
Channel Scan, Touch-Code, and Single Tone are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
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Removal................................................................6
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Signalling....................................................................20
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Batteries.........................................................24
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Capacity)...................................................24
Facilities..................................................26
© 1994, 1995 by Motorola, Inc., Radio Products Group
8000 W. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322
Printed in U.S.A. 04/95. All Rights Reserved.
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  • Page 1: Getting Started

    Facilities..........26 Accessories List ..................27 , Motorola, JT 1000, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, PAC•RT, Quik-Call II, Channel Scan, Touch-Code, and Single Tone are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. © 1994, 1995 by Motorola, Inc., Radio Products Group 8000 W. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents (cont.) General Information Transmitting Distance................29 Radio Care .....................30 Safety Standards ..................31 Restrictions ....................32 Service....................33 Express Service Plus (ESP), U.S.A. only ............34 Product Service Information ..............35 Parts Information..................35 Computer Software Copyrights ..............36 Patent Disclosure ..................36...

  • Page 3: Warnings, Cautions, And Notes

    Introduction Welcome to the Motorola JT 1000 Portable Radio. JT 1000 radios are sophisticated, state-of-the-art communication units, with models available in VHF and UHF frequency ranges, with up to 16 user-programmable channels. Pioneering the latest technology in radio electronics, Motorola JT 1000 radios provide features that were once only available in more expensive radios.

  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Getting Started Antennas Radio/Antenna Identification Radio Operating-Frequency Chart An information label is attached Fourth-Position Frequency to the back of your radio (chassis), Character Band just under the battery contacts. A radio model number is identified on 136 - 178 MHz this label.

  • Page 5: Battery Installation, Battery Removal

    The disposable, non-rechargeable Remove the pencil from the clip. alkaline battery (NTN7319) can be used with the JT 1000 Model Only. Battery Removal Turn off the radio and hold it such that the battery side of the radio is tilted down.

  • Page 6

    Rotate the seal around the antenna to 10 push-to-talk JT 1000 12 microphone m o v e i t a w a y f r o m t h e u n i v e r s a l (PTT) switch connector;...

  • Page 7: Display, Display Light

    Getting Started (cont.) Keypad The radio includes a 15-button keypad that activates or inputs data. The keypad’s upper 12 keys AB C D E F are arranged, and function, like a standard telephone keypad. In addition, the keypad’s top three keys access menu selections.

  • Page 8: Status Annunciators

    Getting Started (cont.) LCD and Status Annunciators Status Annunciators The status annunciators indicate the status of the following radio functions: • Battery Status ( ) – Indicates the state of the radio’s battery. Flashes when the battery is low. • Coded Squelch ( ) –...

  • Page 9: Radio On/off, Power-up, Basic Radio Operation

    Motorola recommends that the functionality of the radio be periodically checked by an authorized Motorola service shop. Selective Channel Display and HOME Key After power-up, a selective channel display is shown.

  • Page 10: Receiving A Transmission

    Basic Radio Operation (cont.) Monitoring Turn the radio on, momentarily press side button 3 (default setting from factory), and listen for channel activity. To place the radio in the permanent, forced-monitor mode, press and hold side button 3 for approximately five seconds side (time programmable via Radio Service Software).

  • Page 11: Transmitting, Low-battery Alert

    Also, in the transmit and receive modes, when a low-voltage level is detected, the LCD battery- status annunciator will blink. Note: If the JT 1000 radio is using an NTN7319 Alkaline battery pack, the low-battery alert point is Low-Battery automatically reconfigured.

  • Page 12: General, Coded Squelch Operation, Variable Rf Power, Programmable Features, Radio Operation With Features

    Note: Unless programmed otherwise by Radio Service Software, JT 1000 radios will transmit low power only when using an alkaline battery. Programmable Features The JT 1000 Radio uses the display and keypad to give you quick access to the following features, programmable per channel: •...

  • Page 13

    Radio Operation with Features LCD Display/Menu Screen Tree QUIT ? PRESS HOME SQUELCH = 4 (1 - 8) LOW POWER...

  • Page 14: Radio Operation

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) • Multi-Selectable PL/DPL/CSQ Mode A numeric-display screen and a dispatch- display screen,(see Basic Radio Operation s e c t i o n ) a p p l y M u l t i - S e l e c t a b l e PL/DPL/CSQ Mode.

  • Page 15

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Adjust Squelch (SQL) - Press softkey button . T h e d i s p l a y w i l l s h o w t h e c u rr e n t squelch setting on the selected channel for two seconds (for example SQUELCH = 4).

  • Page 16

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Channel Scan™ Features Description The scan feature allows the user to monitor activity on different channels. The radio is capable of scanning up to 16 channels in the scan list, with one list available per radio. A radio can be programmed via Radio Service Software for either non-priority or priority channel scan with PL/DPL or carrier squelch operation.

  • Page 17

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Channel Scan Features (cont.) • Talk-Back Scan – lets the user respond on the channel with activity within a specified “hang-time”. Hang time is the amount of time that the radio user has to respond to a received transmission. If the user misses the allotted time and tries to transmit, transmission occurs on the channel currently selected by the channel selector.

  • Page 18

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Channel Scan Features (cont.) Programming “Operator-Selectable Channel Scan” Enter the scan programming mode in one of two ways, programmed by Radio Service Software: • by placing the 3-position toggle switch in the scan program position, or •...

  • Page 19

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Channel Scan Features (cont.) Change the priority scan channel in the same manner as you would add a priority scan channel. When any scan channel is made the priority channel, the previous priority channel automatically becomes a non- priority channel.

  • Page 20

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Quik-Call II™ Decode Signalling Description Q u i k - C a l l I I d e c o d e i s a c o n v e n i e n t w a y f o r a dispatcher to voice page an individual or group.

  • Page 21

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Touch-Code™, Dual-Tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) The JT 1000 radio is programmed to allow DTMF calls. It has a keypad that consists of the AB C D E F numeric keys 0-9, the * key, the # key, and three...

  • Page 22: Smart Ptt

    Radio Operation with Features (cont.) Repeater Talkaround Repeater talkaround allows you to bypass the repeater. This is referred to as the DIRECT mode, when you talk portable-to-portable. The transmit frequency is the same as the receive frequency (Tx = Rx). The direct annunciator ( ) appears on the display when you are in direct communication with another radio.

  • Page 23: Time-out Timer, Receive-only Channel

    Note: PAC•RT ships disabled from the factory. Receive-Only Channel JT 1000 radios can be programmed to operate receive-only on a per-channel basis. A channel programmed for receive-only will not transmit. Pressing the PTT will result in a low-pitch alert tone.

  • Page 24: Battery Information, Short Circuit, Batteries, Batteries And Accessories, Charging Temperature

    Recharging Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Recharge the batter y before use to ensure optimum capacity and performance. The battery was designed specifically to be used with a Motorola charger. Charging in non-Motorola equipment may lead to battery damage and void the battery warranty.

  • Page 25: Battery Disposal

    We recommend used batteries be sent to the nickel-cadmium recycling facility most convenient for you. If you are not located in the United States, you may ship your used Motorola nickel-cadmium batteries to one of the nearest international locations listed on the next page.

  • Page 26: Facilities

    Phone: 081 6 311 9071 Cedex, France Fax: 081 6 311 0949 Phone: 033 74 94 59 85 Fax: 033 74 94 13 18 For additional information on Motorola’s batteries, write to: Motorola Energy Products Division Customer Care Department 1700 Belle Meade Court...

  • Page 27: Accessories List

    Batteries and Accessories (cont.) Accessories List Motorola offers several accessories to increase communications efficiency. Many of the accessories available are listed below, but for a complete list, consult your local Motorola representative. Antennas: NAD6566 * Helical (136-151MHz) NAD6567 * Helical (151-162MHz)

  • Page 28

    Batteries and Accessories (cont.) Accessories List (cont.) Remote Speaker/Microphones: NMN6191* Noise Cancelling Microphone; Includes Coiled Cord Assembly, 3.5mm Earjack, and Swivel Clip NMN6193* Standard Microphone; Includes Coiled Cord Assembly, 3.5mm Earjack, and Swivel Clip NMN6228 Public Safety Speaker/Microphone; Includes Antenna (S.M.A.) UHF (VHF capable), Straight Cord Assembly, 3.5mm Earjack, Swivel Clip, and Receive Audio High-/Low-Volume Toggle Switch.

  • Page 29: Transmitting Distance, General Information

    Carrier Squelch PAC•RT Transmit PL Carrier Squelch Carrier Squelch For more detailed information on programmable parameters, contact your Motorola sales representative for radio service software. Note: The 3-position toggle switch can be programmed to be non-functional using radio service software.

  • Page 30: Radio Care

    General Information (cont.) Radio Care Cleaning Clean external surfaces of the radio with a mild detergent and a stiff, non- metallic, short-bristled brush. A suitable detergent solution may be mixed by adding one teaspoon of mild dishwashing detergent to one gallon of water (0.5% solution).

  • Page 31: Safety Standards

    FCC regulated equipment. Motorola subscribes to the same safety standard for the use of its products. Proper operation of this radio will result in user...

  • Page 32: Restrictions

    Failure to use the radio with the approved battery will negate the approval. JT 1000 radios that are approved by Factory Mutual Research Corporation can be used in those applications requiring reliable two way hand-held radios in the listed specific hazardous atmospheres.

  • Page 33: Service

    Service Proper repair and maintenance procedures will assure efficient operation and long life for this product. A Motorola maintenance agreement will provide expert service to keep this and all other communication equipment in perfect operating condition. A nationwide service organization is provided by Motorola to support maintenance services.

  • Page 34

    Express Service Plus (ESP) is an optional extended service coverage plan. ESP provides for the repair of this product, at the Motorola Factory Service Center listed in step 3, below, for a period of three years (one year warranty plus two years of extended service) from the date of shipment from the factory, or the date of delivery if purchased from an authorized Motorola two-way radio dealer.

  • Page 35: Parts Information, Product Service Information

    General Information (cont.) Product Service Information If any questions arise, please call Florida Product Services. 1-800-523-4007 or 1-305-475-5269 TELEX: 441464 MOTC UI FAX: 1-305-475-5984 Parts Information 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P .M. (CST) Monday - Friday (Chicago, U.S.A.) Domestic (U.S.A.) 1-800-422-4210 1-800-826-1913 (Federal Government) TELEX: 280127 FAX: 1-708-538-8198...

  • Page 36: Computer Software Copyrights, Patent Disclosure

    Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola equipment described in this manual may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola equipment shall not be deemed to grant either...

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    Notes...

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    Notes...

  • Page 39

    Your comments and answers to the following questions will aid us in preparing manuals that contain accurate and complete information of maximum benefit to you. In reference to Manual No. 68P81078C45-A JT 1000 Portable Radios Please check all the appropriate boxes: text Controls and...

  • Page 41: Channel Scan

    JT 1000™ Portable Radios Quick Reference Card Basic Operation Install the antenna, battery, and belt clip. Turn the radio on (or off) using the On/Off Volume control. LCD and Status Annunciators Flashing = low battery. Receive function, on = carrier squelch;...

  • Page 42: Smart Ptt

    To temporarily delete a nuisance channel from the scan list, press SB1 when locked on to that channel. The channel is put back into the scan list upon turning scan off and re-entering into scan. For OSS radio programming informa- tion, refer to your operating instructions manual.

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