Version 1.0
November 2007
IC IC- - FR3000/FR4000 Series
FR3000/FR4000 Series
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    Version 1.0 November 2007 IC IC- - FR3000/FR4000 Series FR3000/FR4000 Series Sales Handbook Sales Handbook...

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    Handbook Revisions Handbook Revisions Handbook Revisions Handbook Revisions Icom reserves the right to make changes to the content of this handbook at any time without notice or obligation. IPR and Copyrights IPR and Copyrights IPR and Copyrights...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Introduction Company Profile · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 2 Overview Product Line Up ·...

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    Icom, the wireless communication experts Icom, the wireless communication experts Icom Inc. is a company located in Osaka, Japan, and is a manufacturer of wireless communication products. Since Icom’s establishment in 1954, we have had a long record as a trusted manufacturer of land mobile radio, amateur radio, marine radio, navigation products, aviation radio and communications receivers.

  • Page 5: Overview

    Overview Product Line Up VHF FM Repeater VHF FM Repeater VHF FM Repeater VHF FM Repeater UHF FM Repeater UHF FM Repeater UHF FM Repeater UHF FM Repeater Supplied Accessories Dimensions AC120V version 410 (16 AC220V version 1 AC power cable ……………………………………… 1 Unit: mm (inch) OPC-510 (AC120V version) or 410 (16...

  • Page 6: Common Features

    ADVANCED POWERFUL REPEATERS ADVANCED POWERFUL REPEATERS Icom’s repeaters have been designed as advanced heavy duty performers to support all types of commercial radio applications. A host of standard features and guaranteed Icom performance means you’ll need to look no further to satisfy your communication needs.

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    United States Army's Developmental Test Command, to specify various environmental tests to prove that equipment qualified to the standard will survive in the field. Icom Icom makes rugged products Icom Icom that have been tested to and passed the following MIL-STD requirements and strict environmental standards.

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    Function and Specifications Comparison 2-3-1 VHF FM Repeaters Model No. IC-FR3000 IC-FR3000 IC-FR3000 IC-FR3000 Version Destinations USA-02 GEN-02 GEN-04 GEN-74 Type Approval Local T/A Local T/A Local T/A Function Comparison CTCSS ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ DTCS ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 2-Tone ✔...

  • Page 9: Uhf Fm Repeaters

    Function and Specifications Comparison 2-3-2 UHF FM Repeaters Model No. FR4000 FR4000 FR4000 FR4000 FR4000 FR4000 FR4000 FR4000 Version Destinations USA-01 USA-03 GEN-01 GEN-02 GEN-03 GEN-05 GEN-06 GEN-07 Type Approval Local T/A Local T/A Local T/A Local T/A Local T/A Local T/A Function Comparison CTCSS ✔...

  • Page 10: Optional Accessories

    Optional Accessories * Some optional accessories are not available in some countries. MOUNTING BRACKETS MOUNTING BRACKETS DESKTOP MICROPHONE DESKTOP MICROPHONE MOUNTING BRACKETS MOUNTING BRACKETS DESKTOP MICROPHONE DESKTOP MICROPHONE MB- - - - 78 78 19˝ RACK MOUNT MB- - - - 77 77 WALL MOUNT BRACKET BRACKET For mounting the repeater on a...

  • Page 11: Panel Description

    Operation and Function Panel Description Note: Operation of the functions described below may depend on radio programming. Function display (p.12) ❶ ❶ ❶ ❶ POWER SWITCH [POWER] POWER SWITCH [POWER] ❽ MODE SELECT SWITCH [RPT/BASE] MODE SELECT SWITCH [RPT/BASE] POWER SWITCH [POWER] POWER SWITCH [POWER] MODE SELECT SWITCH [RPT/BASE] MODE SELECT SWITCH [RPT/BASE]...

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    Panel Description ⓰ ANI CLEAR SWITCH [ANI CLR] ANI CLEAR SWITCH [ANI CLR] Function display Function display Function display Function display ANI CLEAR SWITCH [ANI CLR] ANI CLEAR SWITCH [ANI CLR] Push for 1 sec. to clear the received ANI ID indication on the display and returns to original indication.

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    3-1-1 Functions Programmable to [PROG] Key Key Assign Key Assign Key Assign Key Assign • Call A (code 30) (PMR) Call A (code 30) (PMR) Call A (code 30) (PMR) Call A (code 30) (PMR) Dealer programmable key [PROG] can be programmed - Transmits the 5Tone codes using TX code channels for one of several functions (see below).

  • Page 14: Display Assign

    3-1-2 Display Assign Display Assign Display Assign Display Assign Display Assign Dealer programmable key [PROG] can be programmed for one of several functions (see below). Programmable Key Assign Programmable Key Assign Programmable Key Assign Programmable Key Assign • Opening Text Opening Text Opening Text Opening Text...

  • Page 15: Connector Description

    3-1-3 Connector Description Accessory connector Accessory connector Accessory connector Accessory connector Pin No. Pin No. Pin Name Pin Name Description Description Specification Specification Pin No. Pin No. Pin Name Pin Name Description Description Specification Specification BUSY OUT Output terminal for busy signal. Open collector=OFF, 0 V=ON COAXIAL SW Output terminal for coaxial switching (antenna switching) Signal.

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    Connector Description • Pin 4, pin 5, pins 16–18 select one of the 32 pre-programmed memory channels. (see table below) [0]: Hi-Z, [1]: 0 V (D0–D4: +5 V pull up) Channel Channel Channel Channel Channel Channel Channel Channel (pin 18) (pin 18) (pin 5) (pin 5)

  • Page 17: Installation And Connection

    Installation and Connections Installation and Connections Installation and Connections Installation and Connections 3-1-4 Unpacking Unpacking Unpacking Unpacking Duplexer Duplexer Duplexer Duplexer After unpacking, immediately report any damage to the A duplexer is separately required when only one delivering carrier or dealer. Keep the shipping cartons. antenna is used for both transmitting and receiving.

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    Installation and Connections Required connections Required connections Required connections Required connections...

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    Installation and Connections Advanced connections Advanced connections Advanced connections Advanced connections...

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    Installation and Connections Power Power Power Power Mounting the repeater Mounting the repeater Mounting the repeater Mounting the repeater Make sure the [POWER] switch is turned OFF when Using the optional MB Using the optional MB Using the optional MB Using the optional MB- - - - 78 connecting an AC power cable and a backup battery An optional MB-78 19 INCH RACK MOUNT BRACKET...

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    Installation and Connections • Top side installation • Top side installation • Top side installation • Top side installation ⑤ Remove the 2 screws (M4 × 8) from both side of ① Remove the 1 screw (M4 × 8) from both side of the side panel (front-end).

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    Installation and Connections Using the optional MB Using the optional MB- - - - 77 Using the optional MB Using the optional MB • Mount the MB-77 securely with the 12 supplied An optional MB-77 WALL MOUNT BRACKET is available screws (M6 ×...

  • Page 23: Optional Unit Installation

    3-1-5 Optional Unit Installation Opening the repeater’s case Opening the repeater’s case Opening the repeater’s case Opening the repeater’s case Follow the case and cover opening procedures shown here when an optional unit is installed or adjust the internal units, etc. ▒...

  • Page 24: Duplexer And Isolator Installation

    3-1-6 Duplexer and Isolator Installation (Reference only) ▒ NOTE: NOTE: NOTE: NOTE: The instruction below is just for your reference. The size of the duplexer and/or the isolator depends on what ▒ model you will choose for the system, therefore screw holes may not match as described below. Duplexer And Isolator Installation Duplexer And Isolator Installation Duplexer And Isolator Installation...

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    Duplexer and Isolator Installation (Reference only) Connection Connection Connection Connection EXAMPLE 1 : ISOLATOR CONNECTION EXAMPLE 1 : ISOLATOR CONNECTION EXAMPLE 1 : ISOLATOR CONNECTION EXAMPLE 1 : ISOLATOR CONNECTION EXAMPLE 2 : DUPLEXER CONNECTION EXAMPLE 2 : DUPLEXER CONNECTION EXAMPLE 2 : DUPLEXER CONNECTION EXAMPLE 2 : DUPLEXER CONNECTION EXAMPLE 2 : DUPLEXER AND ISOLATOR CONNECTION...

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    Duplexer and Isolator Installation (Reference only) The sample list of Duplexers and Isolators available in the market The sample list of Duplexers and Isolators available in the market The sample list of Duplexers and Isolators available in the market The sample list of Duplexers and Isolators available in the market Duplexers Duplexers Duplexers...

  • Page 27: Basic Setup Of Cloning Software

    FR3000’ short cut icon appears on the desktop screen. Note 1: Icom distributes cloning software by CD or license. Depending on this, some information here may not apply as written, e.g. ID number. Note 2: Please see other documents provided by Icom regarding to Microsoft ®...

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    Basic Setup of Cloning Software Connections Connections Connections Connections All cloning operations are performed from the computer’s mouse or keyboard— the operation required on the receiver side is; Turning power ON the repeater. Screen description Screen description Screen description Screen description MODEL MENU [Model] MODEL MENU [Model] MODEL MENU [Model]...

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    Basic Setup of Cloning Software Programming information Programming information Programming information Programming information • Double-click on the desired memory channel, or right- • We recommend that you should read out all the click the cell then click [Edit Memory …] [Edit Memory …] [Edit Memory …] to enter the [Edit Memory …]...

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    3-2-2 Cloning Items Cloning items Cloning items Cloning items Cloning items 2Tone 2Tone 2Tone 2Tone Common Setting Common Setting Common Setting Common Setting RX Code CH RX Code CH RX Code CH RX Code CH Key & Display Key & Display Key &...

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    Turning power ON ① Push [POWER] to turn power ON. ② If the repeater is programmed for a power on password by an Icom Dealer, input digit codes directly. • The keys in the table below can be used for password input.

  • Page 32: Repeater Backup

    Master unit A becomes the slave unit, and Slave unit B becomes the master unit. Connect two repeaters by interface cable (25p to 25p). These interface cables are not sold as Icom accessories, System requirement (One site) System requirement (One site)

  • Page 33: Multi-tone Function

    Multi-tone Function Multi Multi- - - - tone function Multi Multi tone function tone function tone function Operation Operation Operation Operation The IC-FR3000/FR4000 allow relaying between • The continuous tone is set for each group. multiple groups with one repeater. (When group •...

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    Remote Control Function 3-6-1 Remote Control Setting Phone Line to Repeater Connection Phone Line to Repeater Connection Phone Line to Repeater Connection Phone Line to Repeater Connection Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Remote Control Function Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Remote Control Function Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Remote Control Function Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Remote Control Function Public Telephone Line...

  • Page 35: Remote Control Operation

    3-6-2 Remote Control Operation 1 1 1 1 - - - - 2 REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION 2 REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION 2 REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION 2 REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION System control command System control command System control command System control command ▒...

  • Page 36: Command Table

    3-6-3 Command Table 1 1 1 1 - - - - 3 COMMAND TABLE 3 COMMAND TABLE 3 COMMAND TABLE 3 COMMAND TABLE † : When the Phone Patch mode is activated from the telephone, the repeater may recognize signals from a transceiver as being a signal from the telephone due to the sidetone function of the phone line.

  • Page 37: Command Descriptions

    3-6-4 Command Descriptions 1 1 1 1 - - - - 4 COMMAND DESCRIPTIONS 4 COMMAND DESCRIPTIONS 4 COMMAND DESCRIPTIONS 4 COMMAND DESCRIPTIONS • TX/RX Unit OFF • TX/RX Unit OFF • TX/RX Unit OFF • TX/RX Unit OFF • System Control Exit •...

  • Page 38: Operation Example

    3-6-5 Operation Example 1 1 1 1 - - - - 5 OPERATION EXAMPLE 5 OPERATION EXAMPLE 5 OPERATION EXAMPLE 5 OPERATION EXAMPLE System control command System control command System control command System control command NOTE: NOTE: NOTE: NOTE: ▒ ▒...

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    Operation Example RF Power (Low) RF Power (Low) (0007 Default) RF Power (Low) RF Power (Low) This command is available from both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver and phone line. and phone line. This explanation shows the step by step and phone line.

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    Operation Example RF Power (High) RF Power (High) (0008 Default) RF Power (High) RF Power (High) This command is available from both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver and phone line. and phone line. This explanation shows the operation and phone line.

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    Operation Example RX Unit OFF RX Unit OFF (0009 Default) RX Unit OFF RX Unit OFF TX/RX Unit OFF TX/RX Unit OFF (0011 Default) TX/RX Unit OFF TX/RX Unit OFF This command is available from the phone line the phone line the phone line the phone line This command is available from the phone line...

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    Operation Example Master Enable Master Enable (0013 Default) Master Enable Master Enable Slave Enable Slave Enable (0014 Default) Slave Enable Slave Enable This command is available from both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver This command is available from the transceiver and the transceiver and the transceiver and the transceiver and...

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    Operation Example Mch Select Mch Select (0017 Default) Mch Select Mch Select This command is available from both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver both the transceiver and phone line. and phone line. This explanation shows the step and phone line.

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    Operation Example CPU All Reset CPU All Reset (0018 Default) CPU All Reset CPU All Reset This command is available from the phone line the phone line the phone line the phone line only. only. This explanation shows entering the password only.

  • Page 45: Phone Patch

    Phone Patch – Transceiver to Phone Basic Repeater to Phone Line Connecting System Basic Repeater to Phone Line Connecting System Basic Repeater to Phone Line Connecting System Basic Repeater to Phone Line Connecting System System requirement System requirement System requirement System requirement Descriptions Model Number...

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    Phone Patch - Phone to Transceiver Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Phone Patch and Remote Control Function Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Phone Patch and Remote Control Function Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Phone Patch and Remote Control Function Phone Line to Repeater Connection for Phone Patch and Remote Control Function System requirement System requirement...

  • Page 47: Tone (lmr) Signalling

    Tone lengths of up to 10 seconds are easier identification when a signal is received. commonly seen in existing applications. 6. ICOM radios allow variable tone periods and spaces (no tone) between the tones. 2 2 2 2 - - - - Tone Features...

  • Page 48: Tone (pmr) Signalling

    1. Enable the repeater in PMR mode by selecting the decode a tone. PMR Model in the Model section of the cloning ▒ NOTE: ICOM strongly recommends that programmers software. ▒ do NOT alter any data in the Format screen 2.

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    Tone Enhancements 1. 5-Tone is a non-proprietary signalling protocol that 1. The PMR model and repeater functionality provides allows the Icom radio to inter-operate with other the programmer with RX Text identifiers. When a brands using the 5-Tone signalling. particular 5-Tone sequence is received, a repeater with display will show the alias attributed to that tone 2.

  • Page 50: Dtmf Signalling

    3-10 DTMF Signalling System Control What is DTMF? What is DTMF? What is DTMF? What is DTMF? DTMF (dual tone multi frequency) is the sounds used for The System Control function is ON when a matched DTMF code is received. touch tone dialing.

  • Page 51: Voice Scrambling System

    3-11 Voice Scrambling Systems Voice scrambling function Voice scrambling function Voice scrambling function Voice scrambling function The optional voice scrambler unit provides high performance private communication between stations with the same scrambler code. The 32 code non-rolling-type voice scrambler UT-109 and 1020 code rolling type UT-110 are available. Variable Split and Frequency Inversion Variable Split and Frequency Inversion Variable Split and Frequency Inversion...

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    Voice Scrambling Systems Program setting for scrambler Program setting for scrambler Program setting for scrambler Program setting for scrambler Common - - - - Scrambler Common Scrambler Common Common Scrambler Scrambler • Type Set the UT-110 Rolling type scrambler as UT-109 Non- rolling type.

  • Page 53: Repeater Linking System

    VHF mobile radio. These VHF radios work as These interface cables are not sold as Icom accessories, link radios between repeater sites. therefore please assemble the interface cable by yourself.

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    Connection example Connection example This is an advanced plan to upgrade the repeater site to a link system. An ICOM repeater also works as a base station (simplex), therefore this system is more versatile. Applicable for repeater link, cross-band repeater, etc..

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    System requirement (One site) System requirement (One site) System requirement (One site) UHF Repeater IC-FR4000 These interface cables are not sold as Icom accessories, UHF Antenna therefore please assemble the interface cable by Duplexer yourself. The connection diagram is as follows;...

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    4-1-1 Hardware / Software Setup IC IC IC IC- - - - F110 / IC F110 / IC F110 / IC F110 / IC- - - - F121, IC F121, IC F121, IC F121, IC- - - - F210 / IC F210 / IC F210 / IC F210 / IC- - - - F221...

  • Page 57: Mpt1327 Trunking System

    MPT1327 Trunking System * All diagrams in this section show a 3 channel system example. Single Site Trunking System Single Site Trunking System with telephone line connection Antenna Antenna Combiner Combiner IC-FR4000 IC-FR4000 Channel Channel Controller Controller RS-232C System Control RS-232C System Control Interface...

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    MPT1327 Trunking System Single Site Trunking System with telephone line Single Site Trunking System with telephone line connection and Vehicle and Personnel Tracking connection Data Message GPS receiver for Antenna radio require Combiner Antenna Combiner IC-FR4000 Channel Controller IC-FR4000 Channel RS-232C System Control Controller...

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    MPT1327 Trunking System Regional Trunking System Local Site Regional Site 1 Antenna Combiner IC-FR4000 Regional Site 2 Channel Controller RS-232C System Control Interface Network Management Regional PSTN or Regional Site 3 Regional Site 3 MCP Switcher MCP Switcher T1/E1 T1/E1 Regional Controller Audio...

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    ® Trunking System ® 4-3-1 Single Site LTR Trunking System * All diagrams in this section show a 3 channel system example. Single Site LTR ® Trunking System Single Site LTR ® Trunking System with Telephone Line Connection ® Trunking Controller ®...

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    ® ® 4-3-2 Digital Networked LTR or PassPort Trunking System Digital Networked LTR ® or PassPort ® Trunking System ® Commander Link Controller Master Controller Card Trunking Controller Card T1 Micro Wave Trunking Controller Card T1 Telco T1 Card Card Fractional T1 Xtend Card ®...

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    ® ® 4-3-3 Analog Networked LTR or PassPort Trunking System Analog Networked LTR ® or PassPort ® Trunking System Link Controller 4 Wire E&M Link Controller Analog Microwave Radio Link ® Commander Master Controller Card Trunking Controller Card Trunking Controller Card T1 Card Card Xtend Card ®...

  • Page 63: Solar Powered Repeater System

    Solar Powered Repeater System DC load only solar power system Charge Controller Solar Panel Repeater Battery Descriptions Model Number Quantity Solar Panel Charge Controller Battery Repeater Antenna DC and AC load combined solar power system Charge Controller Solar Panel Repeater DC IN AC OUT Battery...

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    Solar Powered Repeater System Solar power system In order to design a solar power system you will have to first determine your estimated electrical needs. Determine How Much Electricity You Will Use • Calculate Your Total Daily Amp Hour usage •...

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    Solar Powered Repeater System Choose the right power cable for the system You should choose the correct size (gauge) of cable depending on usage of power and cable distance as indicated below for your reference. Recommended Cable Size by Power and Distance (DC12V system) Distance Total RMS...

  • Page 66: Wind-solar Hybrid Powered Repeater System

    Wind-Solar Hybrid Powered Repeater System DC load only Wind-Solar Hybrid Power system Hybrid Controller Wind Turbine Controller Solar Panel Repeater Wind Turbine Battery Descriptions Model Number Quantity Wind Power Generator Wind Power Controller Solar Panel Hybrid Controller Battery Repeater Antenna DC and AC load combined Wind-Solar Hybrid system DC and AC load combined Wind-Solar Hybrid system Hybrid...

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    Wind-Solar Hybrid Powered Repeater System Wind-Solar Hybrid power system Density Density Density Density In order to design a wind-solar hybrid power system The higher a wind generator is from sea level, the lower you'll have to first determine your estimated electrical the air density.

  • Page 68: Wind And Solar Power Components

    Wind and Solar Power Components The sample list of The sample list of The sample list of The sample list of wind and solar power components wind and solar power components wind and solar power components available in the market wind and solar power components available in the market available in the market...

  • Page 69: Maintenance

    The following chart is designed to help correct problems which are not equipment malfunctions. If you are unable to locate the cause of a problem or solve it through the use of this chart, contact the nearest Icom Dealer or Service Center...

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    Maintenance LOGIC unit LOGIC unit LOGIC unit LOGIC unit REG unit REG unit REG unit REG unit ① Remove the bottom cover as shown on page 23. ① Remove the top cover as shown on page 23. ② Remove 8 screws from the LOGIC shielding plate, ②...

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    Promotional Materials The following Catalogues are available on the Icom web site. URL: http://www.icom.co.jp/world/index.html < Home Page > IC-FR3000 IC-FR4000 The following Materials are available upon request through local Icom Distributors in your region. LMR Poster Full line brochure...

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    Instruction Manuals and Other Materials The following Instruction Manuals are available on the Icom web site. URL: http://www.icom.co.jp/world/index.html < Home Page > < Support Center Page > Instruction manual Remote Control manual IC-FR3000 IC-FR3000 IC-FR4000 IC-FR4000 The following Materials are available upon request through local Icom Distributors in your region.

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