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Icom IC-706MKII/G User Manual
Icom IC-706MKII/G User Manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
i706MK™G
HF/VHF/UHF ALL MODE TRANSCEIVER
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is sub- ject to the following two conditions: (1)This device may not causeharmful interference, and (2)this device must accept any interferencereceived, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
 
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONSPRECAUTIONSIMPORTANT
Read this instruction manual carefully
before attempting to operate the transceiver.
Save this instruction manual.
This instructionmanual contains important safety and operatinginstructions for the IC-706MKIIG.
R
WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE! NEVER
attach an antenna or internal antenna connector dur-ing transmission. This may result in an electrical shockor burn.
R
NEVER
apply AC to the [DC13.8V] socket on thetransceiver rear panel. This could cause a fire or ruinthe transceiver.
R
NEVER
apply more than 16 V DC, such as a 24 Vbattery, to the [DC13.8V] socket on the transceiverrear panel. This could cause a
re or ruin the trans-ceiver.
R
NEVER
let metal, wire or other objects touch anyinternal part or connectors on the rear panel of thetransceiver. This will cause electric shock.
R
NEVER
expose the transceiver to rain, snow orany liquids.
NEVER
allow children to play with the transceiver.
AVOID
using or placing the transceiver in areas withtemperatures below
10
°
C (+14
°
F) or above +60
°
C(+140
°
F). Be aware that temperatures on a vehicle
sdashboard can exceed 80
°
C, resulting in permanentdamage to the transceiver
s front panel if left there forextended periods.
AVOID
placing the transceiver in excessively dustyenvironments or in direct sunlight.
AVOID
placing the transceiver against walls or puttinganything on top of the transceiver. This will obstructheat dissipation.
During mobile operation,
DO NOT
operate the trans-ceiver without running the vehicle
s engine. Whentransceiver power is ON and your vehicle
s engine isOFF, the vehicle
s battery will soon become exhausted.
Make sure the transceiver power is OFF before start-ing the vehicle. This will avoid possible damage to thetransceiver by ignition voltage spikes.During maritime mobile operation, keep the transceiv-er and microphone as far away as possible from themagnetic navigation compass to prevent erroneousindications.
BE CAREFUL!
The heatsink will become hot whenoperating the transceiver continuously for long periods.
BE CAREFUL!
If a linear ampli
er is connected, setthe transceiver
s RF output power to less than the lin-ear ampli
er
s maximum input level, otherwise, the lin-ear ampli
er will be damaged.Use Icom microphones only (supplied or optional).Other manufacturer
s microphones have different pinassignments and connection to the IC-706MKIIG maydamage the transceiver.Beat signals may be heard on some frequencies.These will occur as a result of circuit construction.
For U.S.A. only 
Caution:
Changes or modi
cations to this transceiver, notexpressly approved by Icom Inc., could void your author-ity to operate this transceiver under FCC regulations.
i
The explicit de
nitions described below apply to thisinstruction manual.
WORDDEFINITION
R
WARNING
Personal injury, fire hazard or electricshock may occur.
CAUTION
Equipment damage may occur.
NOTE
If disregarded, inconvenience only. No riskof personal injury,
re or electric shock.
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT.............................................................iPRECAUTIONS........................................................iEXPLICIT DEFINITIONS..........................................iTABLE OF CONTENTS............................................iiUNPACKING.............................................................ii
1PANEL DESCRIPTION.....................................1–8
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Front panel...............................................................1
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Function switches.....................................................3
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Rear and side panels...............................................5
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Function display.......................................................7
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Microphone (HM-103)...............................................8
2INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS..........9
14
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Unpacking.................................................................9
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Grounding.................................................................9
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Antenna....................................................................9
I
Installation................................................................10
I
Required connections...............................................11
I
Advanced connections.............................................12
I
Power supply connections........................................13
I
External antenna tuners and linear ampli
er............14
3FREQUENCY SETTING................................15
19
I
When
rst applying power (CPU resetting)..............15
I
Initial settings............................................................15
I
VFO description........................................................16
I
Frequency setting.....................................................17
I
Mode selection.........................................................19
4RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT..........................20
38
I
Functions for receive................................................20
I
Functions for transmit...............................................25
I
Split frequency operation..........................................29
I
Tone squelch operation............................................31
I
Tone scan operation.................................................31
I
One-touch repeater..................................................32
I
Auto repeater function..............................................32
I
Functions for CW......................................................33
I
Functions for RTTY..................................................35
I
Packet operation......................................................37
I
SWR.........................................................................38
5MEMORY AND SCAN OPERATION............39
44
I
Memory channels.....................................................39
I
Memory channel selection........................................39
I
Memory clearing.......................................................39
I
Memory/call programming........................................40
I
Frequency transferring.............................................41
I
Memory names.........................................................41
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Memo pads...............................................................42
I
Scan types................................................................43
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Preparation..............................................................43
I
Programmed scan operation....................................44
I
Memory scan operation............................................44
I
Select memory scan operation.................................44
I
Priority watch............................................................44
6REMOTE JACK (CI-V) INFORMATION........45
467SET MODE....................................................47
55
I
General.....................................................................47
I
Quick set mode items...............................................48
I
Initial set mode items...............................................50
8MAINTENANCE...................................................56
I
Fuse replacement.....................................................56
I
Memory backup........................................................56
I
Cleaning...................................................................56
9TROUBLESHOOTING..................................57
5810OPTIONAL INSTALLATIONS/SETTINGS..59
62
I
Opening the transceiver case...................................59
I
UT-102
VOICE SYNTHESIZER UNIT
...............................59
I
CR-282
HIGH
-
STABILITY CRYSTAL UNIT
........................60
I
IF
lters.....................................................................60
I
UT-106
DSP RECEIVER UNIT
.......................................61
I
MB-72
CARRYING HANDLE
..........................................61
I
AT-180 internal switch description............................62
11INTERNAL VIEWS.............................................6312OPTIONS....................................................64
6513SPECIFICATIONS.............................................6614MENU GUIDE..............................................67
68
ii
UNPACKING
Accessories included with the IC-706MKIIG:Qty.
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DC power cable*....................................................1
w
Hand microphone (HM-103)...................................1
e
Spare fuse (30 A)...................................................2
r
Spare fuse (4 A).....................................................1
t
RTTY key plug........................................................1
y
Electronic keyer plug..............................................1
u
ACC cable..............................................................1
i
Ferrite bead**.........................................................1
*OPC-639 for Europe versions (differs from the diagram atleft), OPC-025D for other versions.
**Not supplied with some versions.
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