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NX-5700 NX-5700(B)
NX-5800 NX-5800(B)
USER MANUAL
B5A-0395-00 (K)
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  • Page 1 NX-5700 NX-5700(B) NX-5800 NX-5800(B) USER MANUAL The picture shows the model with an operation panel attached. B5A-0395-00 (K)
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS BASIC OPERATIONS ......................... 3 SWITCHING POWER ON/ OFF ....................3 ADJUSTING THE VOLUME ...................... 3 TRANSCEIVER PASSWORD ....................3 SELECTING A ZONE AND CHANNEL ..................4 TRANSMITTING ........................5 RECEIVING ..........................11 PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTIONS ....................13 FUNCTIONS OVERVIEW ......................20 FUNCTION DETAILS ........................
  • Page 3: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS SWITCHING POWER ON/ OFF Press [ ] to switch the transceiver ON. The following screen appears if the Custom Start-up Screen has not been set. ● Press [ ] again to switch the transceiver OFF. ADJUSTING THE VOLUME Press the key programmed as [Volume Up] to increase the volume.
  • Page 4: Selecting A Zone And Channel

    Enter a code using the [J] and [K] keys. On an optional microphone with keypad, you can enter the password directly by ● pressing the keypad. Press the [ ] key to accept the code. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to enter the entire password. Press the [ ] key to delete an incorrectly entered code.
  • Page 5: Transmitting

    TRANSMITTING Select the desired zone and channel using the keys programmed as [Zone Up]/ [Zone Down] and [Channel Up]/ [Channel Down]. Press the PTT switch and speak into the microphone. Release the PTT switch to receive. The LED indicator lights red while transmitting and green while receiving a signal. This ●...
  • Page 6 Press the [J] and [K] keys to select a Talkgroup ID from the list that has been pre-entered into your transceiver. Press the [ ] key to confirm the Talkgroup ID. The LCD display will return to the zone and channel screen after the Talkgroup ID is ●...
  • Page 7 Press and hold the PTT switch to make the call. Speak into the transceiver as you would during a normal call. ● The LCD display will return to the zone and channel screen after call ends. ● Making Group Calls (P25 Trunking) You can select a channel with the Talkgroup ID you wanted to call to make a call to those parties on a Trunking channel.
  • Page 8 Press the [J] and [K] keys to select a unit ID from the list that has been pre- entered into your transceiver. The target unit ID/ name appears on the display. ● Alternatively, you can enter a unit ID manually. Press the [ ] key to enter the manual input mode.
  • Page 9 Press the [J] and [K] keys to select a Group ID/ name from the list that has been pre-entered into your transceiver. Press and hold the PTT switch to make the call. Speak into the transceiver as you would during a normal call. ●...
  • Page 10 Alternatively, you can enter a unit ID manually. Press the [ ] key to enter the manual input mode. Press the [J] and [K] keys to enter ● the code. On an optional microphone with keypad, you can enter the code directly. Press the [ ] key to confirm the code after entering the code.
  • Page 11: Receiving

    Press and hold the PTT switch to make the call. Speak into the transceiver as you would during a normal call. ● The display will alternate between the called Group ID/ name and “Calling”. ● The LCD display will return to the zone and channel screen after call ends. ●...
  • Page 12 Receiving Individual Calls (P25) When you receive an individual call on a Conventional channel, a ringing tone will sound and the display will show the caller’s ID. To respond to the call, press and hold the PTT switch and speak into the transceiver as you would during a normal call. When you receive an individual call on a Trunking channel, a ringing tone will sound and the caller’s ID and “Incoming”...
  • Page 13: Programmable Functions

    PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTIONS Refer to the tables in this section to determine which functions are available for appropriate channels. Function descriptions start on page 20. Please contact your dealer for further details on these functions. MENU MODE Many functions on this transceiver are selected or configured through the Menu instead of physical controls.
  • Page 14 Press the [ ] key to view the function list. Press [J]/[K] to select a function item. On an optional microphone with keypad, you can enter a function number directly. ● Press the [ ] key to set up the selected function item. Press the [ ] key to return to the category list.
  • Page 15 FUNCTION LIST PF Key: Functions that can be programmed to the transceiver keys Menu: Functions that can be accessed using the transceiver Menu Analog Conv.: Channels set up for Analog Conventional Operation NXDN Conv.: Channels set up for NXDN Conventional Operation P25 Conv.: Channels set up for P25 Conventional Operation NXDN Trunking: Channels set up for NXDN Trunking Operation P25 Trunking: Channels set up for P25 Trunking Operation...
  • Page 16 Menu Function Display Display Display Format Format Eject SD Card Eject Card Emergency *1 External Mic Sense Ext Mic Sense N/A External Speaker External SP Fixed Volume Fixed Volume Format SD Card Format Card Panel Front Panel Programming Program Function GPS/BT GPS/ Bluetooth Reset Reset...
  • Page 17 Menu Function Display Maintenance Maintenance Med TX Medium Transmit Power Power Menu Mic Sense Mic Sense Microphone Type Mic Type Monitor Monitor Monitor Momentary Operator Selectable Tone OST List OST List Playback Playback Priority-channel Select Pri Ch Select Public Public Address Address Regroup Request Regroup Req...
  • Page 18 Menu Function Display Site Down Site Lock Site Lock Site Number Site No. Site Select Site Site Up Speaker Type Speaker Type Squelch Level Squelch Level Squelch Off Squelch Off Squelch Off Momentary Stack Stack Status Status Surveillance Surveillance System System Search Search Talk Around...
  • Page 19: Character Entry

    CHARACTER ENTRY While in the character entry screen, you can use the following two methods to enter the characters: Pressing the [J]/[K] keys Press [J]/[K] to cycle the characters from A ~ Z, a ~ z, 0 ~ 9, and a space (default settings).
  • Page 20: Functions Overview

    FUNCTIONS OVERVIEW Following is a brief overview of the functions available on the transceiver accessible using the Menu and/or programmable to the transceiver keys. For details on functions that are not included in “FUNCTION DETAILS” {p. 29} , please contact your dealer. Texts in the <...
  • Page 21 Bluetooth Device Activates Bluetooth Device mode. Bluetooth Speaker <BtSpkr> Allows you to switch the speaker from the transceiver’s built-in speaker to the speaker of a connected Bluetooth device. Broadcast <B.Cast> Allows you to make a Broadcast Group Call. Switches between Broadcast Group Call and Conference Group Call when Broadcast Group Call is enabled.
  • Page 22 Direct Channel 1 ~ 5 <DR1 ~ DR5> Press one of these keys to jump to a frequently used zone and channel (pre- programmed by your dealer). If activated by your dealer, you can set your own Direct Channels by selecting your desired zone and channel using Direct Channel 1 ~ 5 Select.
  • Page 23 GPS/ Bluetooth Reset Activates GPS/ Bluetooth Reset mode. GPS Position Display <GPS_P> Allows you to display your location data. Group <Group> Activates Group Call Mode. Group + Short Message <Grp+SD> Allows you to specify a Group ID to send short messages. Group + Status <Grp+ST>...
  • Page 24 Key Delete <KeyDel> Allows you to delete the Encryption key. Refer to “DELETING THE ENCRYPTION KEY (AES/ DES (SCM) only)” {p. 36} . Key Lock <KeyLck> Press this key to lock the transceiver keys. Press the key again to unlock the keys. The PTT switch and Power switch still function normally, and the following functions can still be operated: Auxiliary Input, Call Response, Clear, Emergency, Function, Hook, Key Lock, LCD Brightness, Monitor, Monitor Momentary, Squelch Off, Squelch...
  • Page 25 Monitor Momentary <Moni> Press and hold this key to momentarily turn the transceiver signaling off. Releasing this key turns the transceiver signaling back on. While signaling is off, you can listen to all calls that are received on the channel. Operator Selectable Tone <OST>...
  • Page 26 Scan <Scan> Refer to “SCAN” {p. 29} . Scan Delete/ Add <D/A> Allows you to include or omit each channel in the scan sequence. Scan Normal <ScnNrm> Allows you to forcibly perform a non-priority scan even when priority scan has been set.
  • Page 27 Speaker Type Allows you to select a speaker type that suits the optional external speaker connected. Squelch Level <SQL> Allows you to adjust the transceiver squelch level. When adjusting the squelch level, use the [J] and [K] keys to increase and decrease the squelch level from 0 (open) to 9 (tight).
  • Page 28 TX Audio Equalizer (High Midrange) Allows you to set the audio response for high midrange frequencies. TX Audio Equalizer (Midrange) Allows you to set the audio response for midrange frequencies. TX Audio Equalizer (Low Midrange) Allows you to set the audio response for low midrange frequencies. TX Audio Equalizer (Low) Allows you to set the audio response for low frequencies.
  • Page 29: Function Details

    FUNCTION DETAILS SCAN Scan is useful for monitoring signals on the transceiver channels. While scanning, the transceiver checks for a signal on each channel and only stops on a channel if a signal is present. To begin scanning, press the key programmed as [Scan]. indicator appears on the display.
  • Page 30: Scan Revert

    SCAN REVERT The Scan Revert channel is the channel selected when you press the PTT switch to transmit during scan. Your dealer can program one of the following Scan Revert channels: Selected: The last channel selected is assigned as the new revert channel. ●...
  • Page 31 Priority Channel Editing If the Priority channel (Priority 1/ Priority 2) has been set as Operator Selectable by your dealer, you can reprogram the Priority channels. Note: A zone/ channel must be added to the scan list before the channel can be set as a Priority ●...
  • Page 32: Trunking Calls

    TRUNKING CALLS Note: Telephone calls can be made only in P25 Trunking Operation. ● MAKING A TELEPHONE CALL Autodial Autodial allows you to quickly call numbers that have been programmed onto your transceiver. Press the key programmed as [Autodial] to enter Autodial Mode. Alternatively, press the key programmed as [Menu] to enter Autodial Mode using the Menu Mode.
  • Page 33 MAKING A STATUS CALL Select your desired zone and channel. Press the key programmed as [Status] to enter Status mode. Alternatively, press the key programmed as [Menu] to enter Status mode using the Menu Mode. Press the [J] and [K] keys to select the status ID you want to transmit. Press the PTT switch or the [ ] key to initiate the Status call.
  • Page 34: Emergency Calls

    EMERGENCY CALLS If your transceiver has been programmed with the Emergency function, you can make emergency calls. Note: Only the Auxiliary (orange) key can be programmed with the Emergency function. ● Press and hold the key programmed as [Emergency]. Depending on the delay time programmed into your transceiver, the length of time you ●...
  • Page 35: Scrambler (Analog)/ Encryption (P25/ Nxdn)

    AES/ DES (SCM*). In P25 systems, only AES/ DES (SCM*) encryption is available. * SCM (Secure Cryptographic Module) is a hardware cryptographic module developed by JVC KENWOOD to provide cryptographic securities for digital two way radios. Ask your dealer for details concerning the Encryption DES/ AES settings. ●...
  • Page 36 DELETING THE ENCRYPTION KEY (AES/ DES (SCM) only) Press the key programmed as [Key Delete] to enter Key Delete Mode. Alternatively, press the key programmed as [Menu] to enter Key Delete Mode using the Menu Mode. Select the current Encryption key using the [J] and [K] keys. Press the [ ] key to delete the Encryption key.
  • Page 37: Signaling

    SIGNALING Note: Signaling can be used only in Analog Conventional Operation. ● QUIET TALK (QT)/ DIGITAL QUIET TALK (DQT) Your dealer may have programmed QT or DQT signaling on your transceiver channels. A QT tone/ DQT code is a sub-audible tone/ code which allows you to ignore (not hear) calls from other parties who are using the same channel.
  • Page 38: Clock

    CLOCK Your transceiver can track the time with its built-in clock. If activated by your dealer, the time will be displayed when the transceiver power is turned ON. Note: Removing or leaving the battery pack uncharged for extended periods will cause the clock ●...
  • Page 39: Color Scheme

    COLOR SCHEME There are three available color schemes as follows. Full Color Monochrome Black Monochrome White To select a Color Scheme: Press the key programmed as [Menu] to enter Color Scheme Mode using the Menu Mode. Press the [J] and [K] keys to select your desired color scheme. Press the [ ] key to confirm your selection.
  • Page 40: Background Operations

    BACKGROUND OPERATIONS TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) The Time-out Timer can be activated only on Conventional channels and in NXDN Trunking system. It is used to prevent any caller from using a channel for an extended period of time. If you continuously transmit for a period of time that exceeds the programmed time, the transceiver will stop transmitting and an alert tone will sound.
  • Page 41 BUSY CHANNEL LOCKOUT (BCL) On Conventional channels, if BCL is set up by your dealer, you will be unable to transmit on the channel if it is already in use. Under these circumstances, use a different channel or wait until the channel becomes free. However, if BCL Override has also been programmed, you can transmit over the current signal: Press and hold the PTT switch.
  • Page 42: Bluetooth

    Bluetooth If your transceiver has been programmed with the Bluetooth function, you can connect your transceiver with a Bluetooth headset to make hands-free calls. The Bluetooth specifications are as follows. Version : Version 3.0 Power class : Class 2 (2.5 mW, up to 10 m) Profile : Headset Profile (HSP) Device class : Phone...
  • Page 43 Press the [ ] key or the [J] and [K] keys to select “BT Device”. Press the [ ] key or the [J] and [K] keys to select “Find Device”. The transceiver starts to search for available Bluetooth devices. Up to 16 devices can be found and listed on the display.
  • Page 44 Press the [ ] key to connect. Press the [ ] key to start pairing. Alternatively, you can pressed the key programmed as [Bluetooth Connect/ Disconnect]. The LED indicator blinks in blue. ● For Bluetooth devices that does not support Simple Secure Pairing, you need to enter ●...
  • Page 45: Useful Functions

    Note: Once the headset has been paired, it can be used automatically with the transceiver the ● next time the transceiver and headset are powered on. If the headset cannot be used automatically, connect manually using the My Device setting in the Bluetooth menu of the transceiver.
  • Page 46 Press the [ ] key to connect. Press the [ ] key to confirm the connection. The LED indicator blinks in blue while the transceiver is connecting to the device, ● “Connecting” appears on the display. “Connected” appears when the connection is established. To disconnect a device: Press the [ ] key or the [J] and [K] keys to select the device to disconnect.
  • Page 47 Press the [ ] key to confirm the disconnection. The “ ” indicator and “Disconnected” appear on the display. ● To delete a device: Note: Make sure the device to be deleted has been disconnected. ● Press the [ ] key or the [J] and [K] keys to select the device to delete. Press the [ ] key to delete.
  • Page 48 Checking the information of the devices Press the key programmed as [Menu] to enter Bluetooth My Devices Mode using the Menu Mode. Press the [J] and [K] keys to select the device to display its information. Press the [H] and [I] keys to switch the information display. Device Name : The name of the Bluetooth device.
  • Page 49 Device Name [ H ] key [ I ] key Device Class [ H ] key [ I ] key [ H ] key [ I ] key Device Address Device Class Disconnected Connected Audio/Video Phone Computer LAN/Network Peripheral Imaging Wearable Health Note:...
  • Page 50 Switching the speaker audio output You can switch the audio output between the speaker of the transceiver and the Bluetooth headset. Press the key programmed as [Bluetooth Speaker] repeatedly to change the setting (“Off”, “Only” or “Both(BT+Radio)”). Alternatively, press the key programmed as [Menu] to enter Bluetooth Speaker Mode using the Menu Mode.
  • Page 51 NOTIFICATION DISPLAY Display Cause The integrated circuit (IC) which enables the Bluetooth function is not working properly. (Display for 1 second) No device is found in the Bluetooth Find Device Mode. There is no response from the Bluetooth device on the request for pairing or Headset Profile (HSP) connection.
  • Page 52: Microsd Card & Built-In Memory

    microSD CARD & BUILT-IN MEMORY You can perform voice recording, voice playback and GPS Data Storage using the built-in memory or a microSD card. Note: To install or remove a microSD memory card on this transceiver, please consult your ● dealer.
  • Page 53: Auto Recording

    ③ Function Indicates the function used to save the file. : Auto Recording GPS : GPS Data Storage ④ Call origin (Auto Recording only) ID information of the call origin when recording starts. “---” is displayed when no ID information is available. ⑤...
  • Page 54 GPS Data Storage The GPS data is stored temporarily in the transceiver RAM at every GPS Storage Interval from the GPS unit. The data will be written to the built-in memory and microSD card when more than three pieces of data are collected. The stored GPS data in the built-in memory can be sent from the transceiver via NXDN Air Protocol or can be read on a PC.
  • Page 55: Indicator List

    INDICATOR LIST Indicator Description Displays the signal strength. The channel is using high transmit power. The channel is using medium transmit power. The channel is using low transmit power. In Digital mode In Analog mode The Bluetooth function is activated. Blinks in the process of turning on Bluetooth. Connected to a Bluetooth device.
  • Page 56 Indicator Description The Broadcast Call function is activated. The Surveillance function is activated. The Horn Alert function is activated. The Public Address function is activated. The auxiliary port A is activated. The auxiliary port B is activated. The auxiliary port C is activated. The Lone Worker function is activated.
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