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Yaesu FT-7900R Transceiver
Manufacturer:
Model:
FT-7900R
Date:
2009
Class:
Type:
SubType:
Dual band FM Transceiver

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The FT-7900R is a ruggedly-built, high quality Dual Band FM Transceiver providing 50 Watts of power output on the 144 MHz Amateur band and 45 Watts on the 430 MHz Amateur band. The high power output of the FT-7900R is produced by its RD70HVF1 Power MOS FET Amplifier, with a direct-flow heat sink and thermostatically-controlled cooling fan maintain- ing a safe temperature for the transceiver’s circuitry. Featuring 1055 memory channels which enable the storage of Independent Transmit Frequencies (“Odd Split”), and built-in CTCSS and DCS encoder/decoder circuits, the FT-7900R includes also provision for remote-head mounting, utilizing the optional YSK-7800 Separation Kit, which allows installation even in the most compact of cars. Additional features include a convenient access key for Vertex Standard’s WIRESTM (Wide-Coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System), a transmit Time-Out Timer (TOT), Au- tomatic Power-Off (APO), Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS), plus Yaesu’s exclusive ARTSTM (Auto-Range Transponder System) which “beeps” the user when you move out of communi- cations range with another ARTSTM equipped station. And an RF squelch circuit allows the owner to set the squelch to open at a programmable setting of the S-Meter, thus reducing guesswork in setting the squelch threshold.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
84
Size:
2.74 Mbytes (2878043 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
Date:
01 January 2009
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
10 July 2018
MD5:
d1a562eff8dedec4a804dbedf5de734d
Uploader:
Tinuske
Downloads:
795

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FT-7900R Quick Reference Guide ... i Introduction ... 1 Specifications ... 2 Accessories & Options ... 3 Supplied Accessories ... 3 Optional Accessories ... 3 Installation ... 4 Preliminary Inspection ... 4 Installation Tips ... 4 Safety Information ... 5 Antenna Considerations ... 6 Mobile Installation ... 8 Mobile Power Connections ... 9 Mobile Speakers ... 9 Base Station Installation ... 10 AC Power Supplies ... 10 Packet Radio Terminal Node Controller ... 10 Front Panel Controls & Switches ... 12 Side Panel Connection & Knob ... 14 LCD ... 14 Rear Panel Connections ... 15 MH-48A6J Microphone ... 16 MH-42B6JS Microphone ... 18 Basic Operation ... 20 Turning the Transceiver On and Off ... 20 Adjusting the Audio Volume Level and Squelch Setting ... 20 Selecting the Operating Band ... 20 Frequency Navigation ... 21 Transmission ... 22 Advanced Operation ... 23 Lock Feature ... 23 Keyboard Beeper ... 23 Display Brightness ... 24 RF Squelch ... 24 Channel Step Selection ... 25 Receiving Mode Selection ... 25 Repeater Operation ... 26 Repeater Shifts ... 26 Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS) ... 26 Manual Repeater Shift Activation ... 27 Changing the Default Repeater Shift ... 27 CTCSS/DCS Operation ... 28 CTCSS Operation ... 28 DCS Operation ... 29 Tone Search Scanning ... 30 Split Tone Operation ... 31 Memory Operation ... 32 Regular Memory Channel Operation ... 33 Memory Storage ... 33 To Append an Alpha-numeric “Tag” to a Memory ... 33 Storing Independent Transmit Frequencies (“Odd Splits”) ... 34 Memory Recall ... 35 Memory Offset Tuning ... 35 Deleting Memories ... 36 HOME Channel Memory ... 36 Memory Bank Operation ... 38 Memory Only Mode ... 39 Hyper Memory Channel Operation ... 40 Hyper Memory Storage ... 40 Hyper Memory Recall ... 40 Weather Broadcast Channel Operation ... 41 Scanning ... 42 Setting the Scan-Resume Technique ... 42 VFO Scanning ... 43 Memory Scanning ... 44 How to Skip (Omit) a Channel During Memory Scan Operation ... 44 Preferential Memory Scan ... 45 Memory Bank Scan ... 46 Weather Alert Scan ... 46 Programmable (Band Limit) Memory Scan ... 47 “Priority Channel” Scanning (Dual Watch) ... 48 VFO Priority ... 48 Memory Priority ... 48 HOME Priority ... 48 WX Priority ... 49 Priority Revert Mode ... 49 Smart Search ... 50 ARTSTM : Auto Range Transponder System ... 52 Basic ARTS Setup and Operation ... 52 ARTS Polling Time Options ... 53 ARTS Alert Beep Option ... 53 CW Identifier Setup ... 54 DTMF Autodialer Operation ... 56 Internet Connection Feature ... 58 Miscellaneous Settings ... 60 Time-Out Timer ... 60 Automatic Power Off ... 60 MIC Gain Control ... 61 Programming the Key Assignment ... 62 DCS Code Inversion ... 64 Reset Procedure ... 65 Cloning ... 66 Menu (“Set”) Mode ... 78

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