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Vx5 5 Manual

Vx5 5 Manual

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50/144/430MH
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T
RIPLE
-B
AND
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EAVY 
D
UTY 
FM T
RANSCEIVER
VX-5R
O
PERATING
M
ANUAL
VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan
VERTEX STANDARD
US Headquarters
10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
YAESU EUROPE B.V.
P.O. Box 75525, 1118 ZN Schiphol, The Netherlands
YAESU UK LTD.
Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall CloseWinchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.
VERTEX STANDARD HK LTD.
Unit 5, 20/F., Seaview Centre, 139-141 Hoi Bun Road,Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
 
Contents
Introduction .......................................... 1Controls & Connections....................... 2Display Icons & Indicators .................. 3Keypad Function .................................. 4Accessories & Options.......................... 6Installation of Accessories.................... 7
Antenna Installation............................................. 7Belt Clip Installation............................................ 7Installation of FNB-80LI Battery Pack................ 8Installation of FBA-23 Alkaline Battery Case..... 9Battery Life Information.................................... 10AC Operation Using NC-72 .............................. 10
Interface of Packet TNCs................... 11Operation............................................. 12
Switching Power On and Off ............................ 12Adjusting the Volume Level.............................. 12Squelch Adjustment........................................... 12Selecting the Operating Band ............................ 13Frequency Navigation........................................ 14Transmission ..................................................... 15AM Broadcast Reception .................................. 15AM Aircraft Reception...................................... 16
FM Broadcast/TV Audio Reception.........
16Weather Broadcast Reception............................ 17Keypad/LCD Illumination ................................. 18
Advanced Operation .......................... 20
Setting the Frequency Display Image Size ........ 20VFO Split Mode ................................................ 21VFO Linking ..................................................... 22Changing the Channel Steps.............................. 22Changing the Operating Mode .......................... 23Repeater Operation ............................................ 24CTCSS Operation .............................................. 26DCS Operation .................................................. 27Tone Search Scanning ....................................... 28CTCSS/DCS Bell Operation ............................. 29Tone Calling (1750 Hz) ..................................... 29Changing the Transmitter Power Level ............. 30Changing the TX Deviation Level..................... 30Transmitter Time-Out Timer (TOT).................. 31Busy Channel Lock-Out (BCLO) ...................... 31Receive Battery Saver Setup ............................. 32TX Battery Saver............................................... 32Disabling the BUSY/TX LED ........................... 33Battery Utilization Monitor ............................... 33Automatic Power-Off (APO) Feature................ 33Automatic Power-On Feature ............................ 34Keyboard Locking ............................................. 34Disabling the Keypad Beeper ............................ 35Checking the Battery Voltage............................ 35Temperature Display ......................................... 35DTMF Operation ............................................... 36Emergency Channel Operation.......................... 37ARTS (
Automatic Range Transponder System
) ....... 38
Memory Mode..................................... 42
Memory Storage ................................................ 42Storing Independent Transmit Frequencies ....... 42Memory Recall .................................................. 43HOME Channel Memory .................................. 43Labeling Memories............................................ 44Memory Offset Tuning...................................... 44Masking Memories............................................ 45Memory Group Operation ................................. 45
Scanning .............................................. 46
VFO Scanning ................................................... 47Memory Scanning ............................................. 47How to Skip a Channel During Memory Scan .. 48Preferential Memory Scan ................................. 48Programmable Memory Scan (PMS) ................ 49“Priority Channel” Scanning (Dual Watch)....... 50Automatic Lamp Illumination on Scan Stop ..... 51Band Edge Beeper ............................................. 51
Smart Search Operation .................... 52Spectrum Analyzer Operation .......... 53Barometric Pressure/ Altitude Metering .......... 54Display Customization ....................... 56
Icon Mode ......................................................... 56Meter Symbols .................................................. 56Power-Off Display Mode .................................. 57Display Contrast ................................................ 57
Reset..................................................... 58Cloning................................................. 59Set Mode .............................................. 60Specifications....................................... 70Installation of the SU-1 ...................... 72
 
VX-5R O
 PERATING 
 ANUAL
1
Introduction
The
VX-5R
is a miniature triband FM transceiver with extensive receive frequency cover-age, providing leading-edge features for VHF and UHF two-way amateur communicationsalong with unmatched monitoring capability.The
VX-5R
’s small size allows you to take it anywhere - hiking, skiing, or while walkingaround town, and its operating flexibility brings the user many avenues of operating enjoy-ment. Besides 50, 144, and 430 MHz transceive operation, the
VX-5R
provides receivecoverage of the AM (MF) and FM broadcast bands, HF Shortwave Bands up to 16 MHz,VHF and UHF TV bands, the VHF AM aircraft band, and a wide range of commercial andpublic safety frequencies! And the optional Barometer pressure Sensor Unit provides readoutof barometric pressure and altitude while mountain climbing or hiking.The transmitter section provides 5 Watts of clean power output on the 50 MHz and 144MHz bands with the supplied
FNB-80LI
Battery Pack, and 4.5 Watts output on 430 MHz.When 13.8V DC power is supplied from an external source, power output is five watts onall bands. A wide variety of tone signaling formats are built into the
VX-5R
, in addition toYaesu’s exclusive ARTS™ (Auto-Range Transponder System), which “beeps” the userwhen you move out of communications range with another ARTS™-equipped station.We appreciate your purchase of the
VX-5R
, and encourage you to read this manual thor-oughly, so as to learn about the many exciting features of your exciting new Yaesu hand-held transceiver!

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