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ADi Communications AT-600 Transceiver
Manufacturer:
Model:
AT-600
Date:
unknown
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Type:
SubType:
VHF UHF FM Dual Bander

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The AT-600 has the following great features: • Dual Band Operation—Capable of simultaneous transmit and receive on both 2-meter VHF and 70-cm UHF bands and receives in the ranges 130.0-172.0MHz, 350.0- 399.995MHz, 400.0-470.0MHz, and 900.0-985.0MHz. • Low battery alert -To alert the AT-600's user to recharge the battery pack when battery icon appears on the display. If the user continues to use the battery after some time, the AT-600 will automatically shut down 80 seconds after flashing "Battery Low" appears. • Large backlit dot matrix LCD with illuminated keypad -All operating information for both VHF and UHF bands are clearly displayed, and allows you to turn on the lamp so you can see the display and use the keypad anywhere. •120/200 non-volatile memory channels-Built-in memory allows you to store up to 60/100 channels with frequency in both VHF and UHF bands. When you select "Memory SET 120" in the Set Menu mode, memories can be tagged with a 6-character ID name, which can be displayed instead of the frequency. Under the circumstances, memory capacity is reduced to 110 with 55 memories per band. • Switchable FM and AM reception- Allows you to switch between FM and AM reception on the VHF band so you can clearly hear both amateur and aircraft transmissions. • Power on message display- Allows you to set a 6-character power on message that appears each time you turn on your AT-600, • New Set Menu design- Allows you to access a menu system with full alphanumeric display of functions and settings. You can browse through a summary of current operational status. • Clone function- Both wireless cloning and wire cloning allows you to copy all settings and memory contents from one AT-600 to the other AT-600s. • DTMF message paging and decoding- Allows you to store up to 10-memory, 15-digit DTMF autodialer for autopatch operation and decode DTMF sequences up to 15 digits.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
24
Size:
5.78 Mbytes (6055834 Bytes)
Language:
spanish
Revision:
Manual-ID:
Date:
unknown
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
10 May 2020
MD5:
00aeef95ab30d36a31b379230a4e0a39
Downloads:
63

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1.PREPARACIO N ... 3 1-1. Caracteristicas ... 3 1-3. Informaciön ... 5 1-4. Convenciones del manual ... 10 1-5. Uso del menu ... 10 1-6. Un râpido vistazo al menu ... 12 2. OPERACIONES BASICAS ... 13 2-1. Encender/apagar ... 13 2-2. Ajustar volumen y silenciador ... 13 2-3. Utilizar SQL/OFF ... 13 2-4. Seleccion de banda ... 13 2-5. Seleccion de frecuencia ... 14 2-6. Transmitir ... 14 2-7. Anular la transmision ... 14 2-8. Seleccionar la potencia de salida ... 15 2-9. Cambiar el salto de frecuencia ... 15 2-10. Cambiar el salto de frecuencia en lOOKHz, 1MHz, ö 10MHz ... 15 2-11. Utilizar el bloqueo de teclado ... 15 2-12. Utilizar el bloqueo del selector y bloqueo de teclas ... 16 2-13. Operacion con una banda ... 16 2-14. Utilizar la luz del display ... 16 2-15. Examinar la ventana del display ... 17 2-16. Puesta a cero (Reset) ... 17 3. FUNCIONES DE MEMORIA ... 18 Communications 3-1. Almacenar frecuencias en memoria ... 18 3-2. Llamar a una memoria ... 18 3-3. Borrar una memoria ... 19 3-4.Cambiar las memorias almacenadas ... 19 3-5. Protecciön de memoria ... 20 3-6. Almacenar/cambiar canal ID ... 20 3-7. Canal de llamada ... 21 3-8. Cambiar la frecuencia de llamada ... 21 3-9. Cambiar la frecuencia de llamada temporalmente ... 22 4. SCANNER ... 22 4-1. Scan 1MHz ... 22 4-2. Banda scan ... 22 4-3. Programa scan ... 23 4-4. Memoria scan ... 23 4-5. Memoria especifica del scan ... 24 4-6. Bloqueo de memoria del scan ... 24 4-7. Memoria especifica del scan bajo bloque de memoria del scan ... 25 4-8. Tono silenciador de frecuencia del scan ... f ... 25 4-9. Seleccionar el scan, tipo resumen ... 25 5. DOBLE ESCUCHA ... 26 5-1. Memoria M00 del dial de vigilancia ... 27 5-2. Cualquier memoria Mxx del dial de vigilancia ... 27 5-3. Llamar a un canal dual de vigilancia ... 27 5-4. Secuencia de memoria del dual de vigilancia ... 28 5-5. Cambiar la velocidad de dual de vigilancia ... 28 6-1. Grabar la direcciön Offset ... 29 6-2. Cambiar la frecuencia équivalente ... 30 6-3. Invertir la frecuencia de transmisiön y recepciön ... 30 6-4. Operaciones del repetidor Cross-Band ... 30 6-5. Grabar 2 seg., de memoria en el repetidor Cross-Band ... 31 7. CARACTERISTICASDTMF ... 31 7-1. Cödigos DTMF de transm. Manual ... 31 7-2. Almacenar las secuencias DTMF ... 32 7-3. Borrar la memoria DTMF ... 32 7-4. Transmitir las secuencias DTMF desde la memoria ... 32 7-5. Cambiar la velocidad de transm. DTMF ... 33 7-6. Utilizar la funciön descodificadora DTMF ... 33 7-7. Buscador DTMF ... 33 7-8. Grabar el cödigo personal o de grupo ... 34 7-9. Buscador en la memoria ... 34 7-10. Activar/desactivar el silenciador en el modo buscador ... 34 7-11. Cambiar el retardo de los tonos DTMF ... 35 7-12. Cambiar los tonos del buscador ... 35 7-13. Utilizar el cödigo DTMF del silenciador ... 35 8. CARACTERISTICAS CTCSS ... 36 8-1. Utilizar tono encoder ... 36 8-2. Utilizar tono silenciador ... 36 8-3. Seleccionar el tono CTCSS ... 36 9. CARACTERISTICAS ADICIONALES ... 37 9-1. Modo de recepciön AM ... 37 9-2. Auto-apagado ... 37 9-3. Atenuaciön de recepciön ... 37 9-4. Auto encendido ... 38 9-5. Encender o apagar el tono de entrada ... 38 9-6. Copiar ... 39 9-7. Operaciön Full duplex ... 40 9-8. Opciön digito lKHz ... 40 9-9. Mensaje de encendido ... 41 9-10. Ahorro de bateria ... 41 9-11. Seleccionar micröfono intemo/extemo ... 42 9-12. Programar el temporizador ... 42 9-13. Medidor del voltaje de la bateria ... 43 9-14. Tono Burst ... 43 10. ADYERTENCIAS ... 44

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
28
Size:
11.07 Mbytes (11603077 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
Date:
unknown
Quality:
Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
Upload date:
10 May 2020
MD5:
e86c9ea5f6ac5b059b46b8c1f14914fa
Downloads:
61

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1 Preparation -1 1-1 Features ... 2 1-2 Accessories ... -3 1 -3 Getting Acquainted -3 1-4 Manual Conventions -8 1 -5 Using the AT-600's Set Menu -9 1 -6 A Quick Look at The Display -11 2 Basic Operations -12 2-1 Turning Power On/Off -12 2-2 Adjusting Volume and Squelch -12 2-3 Using SQL OFF -12 2-4 Selecting Main Band ... 12 2-5 Selecting Frequency -13 2-6 Transmitting -13 2-7 Inhibiting Transmissions -14 2-8 Selecting Output Power -14 2-9 Changing Frequency Step -14 2-10 Changing Frequency Step in 100KHz, 1MHz or 10MHz -14 2-11 Using Key Lock -15 2-12 Using Selector Lock and Key Lock -15 2-13 Single Band Operation -15 2-14 Using Display Light -16 2-15 Testing Display Window -16 2-16 Resetting the AT-600 16 3 Memory Function -17 3-1 Storing Frequencies into Memory -17 3-2 Recalling Memory ... -17 3-3 Clearing a Memory ... -18 3-4 Changing Stored Memories -18 3-5 Protecting Memory ... -19 3-6 Storing/Changing Channel ID -19 3-7 Call Channel -20 3-8 Changing Call Frequency 20 3-9 Changing CALL Frequency Temporarily 21 4 Scanning 22 4-1 1 MHz Scan 22 4-2 Band Scan ... 22 4-3 Program Scan -22 4-4 Memory Scan -23 4-5 Specific Memory Scan 23 4-6 Memory Block Scan 24 4-7 Scan Specific Memory Under Memory Block Scan ... 24 4-8 Tone Squelch Frequency Scan 25 4-9 Selecting Scan Resume Type ... 25 5 Duai Watch 26 5-1 Memory MOO Dual Watch 26 5-2 Any Memory Mxx Dual emory MOO Dual Watch 26 Watch ... 27 5-3 Call Channel Dual Watch ... 27 5-4 Memory Sequence Dual Watch ... 27 5-5 Changing Dual Watch Speed 28 6 Operating Through Repeaters 29 6-1 Setting Offest Direction ... 29 6-2 Changing Offset Frequency ... 30 6-3 Reversing Transmission and Reception Frequency ... 30 6-4 Cross-Band Repeater Operations ... 30 6-5 Setting 2-Second Cross-Band Repeater Delay ... 31 7 DTMF Features ... 32 7-1 Manually Transmitting DTMF Codes ... 32 7-2 Storing DTMF Sequences 32 7-3 Clearing DTMF Memory 33 7-4 Transmit DTMF Sequence from Memory 33 7-5 Changing DTMF Transmitting Speed ... 34 7-6 Using DTMF Decode Function 34 7-7 DTMF Paging 35 7-8 Setting Personal or Group Code ... 35 7-9 Paging from Memory ... 35 7-10 Setting Page Squelch 36 7-11 Setting Page Delay 36 7-12 Changing Page Rings ... 37 7-13 Using DTMF Code Squelch ... 37 8 CTCSS Features 38 8-1 Using Tone Encode ... • ... 38 8-2 Using Tone Squelch ... 33 8-3 Setting CTCSS Tone ... 38 9 Additional Features ... 40 9-1 Setting AM Reception Mode ... 40 9-2 Setting Auto Power Off ... 40 9-3 Setting Reception Attenuation ( ATT ) ... 40 9-4 Setting Auto AM Mode 41 9-5 Setting Auto Power On Function ... 41 9-6 Turning Entry Beep Tone On/Off ... 42 9-7 Cloning ... 42 9-8 Full Duplex Operation ... 44 9-9 Setting 1 KHz Digit Option ... 45 9-10 Setting Power On Message ... 45 9-11 Battery Save ... 46 9-12 Selecting Internal/External Speaker ... 47 9-13 Setting Time-Out Timer ( T.O.T ) ... 48 9-14 Battery Voltage Reading ... 48 9-15 1750Hz Tone Burst ... 48 10 Specifications 5

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