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Yaesu FT-60R Operating Manual

Yaesu FT-60R Operating Manual

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VHF/UHF
DUAL BAND TRANSCEIVER
FT-60R
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
Scanning .......................................................... 35
VFO Scanning.............................................. 35Manual VFO Scan ................................... 35Programmed VFO Scan ........................... 36Memory Scanning ........................................ 37How to Skip (Omit) a Channelduring Memory Scan Operation .............. 37Preferential Memory Scan ....................... 38Memory Bank Scan ................................. 39Weather Alert Scan ...................................... 39Programmable (Band Limit) Memory Scan(PMS) ........................................................... 40“Priority Channel” Scanning(Dual Watch)................................................ 41Automatic Lamp Illuminationon Scan Stop ................................................ 43Band Edge Beeper........................................ 43
EPCS (
Enhanced Paging & Code Squelch
)............. 44
Storing the CTCSS Tone Pairsfor EPCS Operation ..................................... 44Activating the Enhanced Paging &Code Squelch System .................................. 45Paging Answer Back .................................... 45
Emergency Feature ........................................ 46
Emergency Channel Operation .................... 46Emergency Automatic ID (EAI) Feature ..... 46
Smart Search Operation................................ 48Internet Connection Feature......................... 49ARTS
(Automatic Range Transponder System)
....... 51DTMF Operation ........................................... 54Miscellaneous Settings ................................... 56
Password ...................................................... 56Programming the Key Assignment .............. 57Changing the Channel Steps........................ 57Changing the Receiving Mode .................... 58Receive Battery Saver Setup........................ 59TX Battery Saver.......................................... 59Disabling the TX/BUSY Indicator .............. 60Automatic Power-Off (APO) Feature .......... 60Transmitter Time-Out Timer (TOT) ............ 61Busy Channel Lock-Out (BCLO) ................ 61Mono Band Operation ................................. 62Changing the TX Deviation Level ............... 62DCS Code Inversion .................................... 63
Reset Procedures ............................................ 64Cloning ............................................................ 65Set Mode.......................................................... 66Specifications .................................................. 79
“AUTO” Mode Preset Operating Parameters
.... 80General Description ......................................... 1Accessories & Options ..................................... 2Controls & Connections .................................. 3
Top & Front Panel.......................................... 3LCD ................................................................ 4Side Panel....................................................... 5Keypad ........................................................... 6
Installation of Accessories ............................... 8
Antenna Installation ....................................... 8Installation of FNB-83 Battery Pack ............. 8Battery Charging ............................................ 9Low Battery Indication ................................ 10Installation of FBA-25A Battery Case ......... 10
Interface of Packet TNCs .............................. 11Operation ........................................................ 12
Switching Power On and Off ....................... 12Adjusting the Audio Volume Level andSquelch Setting ....................................... 12Selecting the Operating Band ...................... 13Frequency Navigation .................................. 13Transmission ................................................ 15
Advanced Operation ...................................... 16
Keyboard Locking........................................ 16Keypad/LCD Illumination ........................... 17Disabling the Keypad Beeper ...................... 17RF Squelch ................................................... 18Checking the Battery Voltage...................... 18
Repeater Operation........................................ 19
Repeater Shifts ............................................. 19Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS) ................. 19Manual Repeater Shift Activation ............... 20
CTCSS/DCS Operation ................................. 22
CTCSS Operation ........................................ 22DCS Operation ............................................. 23Tone Search Scanning ................................. 24CTCSS/DCS Bell Operation........................ 25Split Tone Operation.................................... 25Tone Calling (1750 Hz) ............................... 26
Memory Mode ................................................ 28
Memory Storage ........................................... 28Storing IndependentTransmit Frequencies (“Odd Split”)........ 28Memory Recall ............................................. 29HOME Channel Memory............................. 29Labeling Memories ...................................... 30Memory Offset Tuning ................................ 31Deleting Memories....................................... 32Moving Memory Data to the VFO............... 32Memory Bank Operation ............................. 33Memory Only Mode..................................... 34Weather Broadcast Channels ....................... 34
 
FT-60R O
 PERATING 
 ANUAL
1
G
ENERAL
D
ESCRIPTION
The
FT-60R
is a dual band FM transceiver with extensive receive frequency coverage, providing local-area two-way amateur communications along with unmatched monitoringcapability.The
FT-60R
’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 en- joyment. Its incredibly tiny
FNB-83
Rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery Pack  provides up to 5 Watts of transmit power on 144 MHz and 430 MHz Amateur Bands.Besides 144- and 430-MHz transceive operation, the
FT-60R
provides receive coverageof the VHF and UHF TV bands, the VHF AM aircraft band, and a wide range of commer-cial and public safety frequencies! New and exciting features of the
FT-60R
are the Emergency Automatic ID (EAI) function,that will automatically cause your 
FT-60R
to transmit your callsign and engage your rig’smicrophone, even if you are disabled and unableto press the
PTT
switch; Enhanced Paging andCode Squelch (EPCS), that allows you to page a particular station and only receive calls from thatstation, if desired; and a security Password fea-ture, that will allow you to turn on and operateyour transceiver only after you enter your Pass-word.Additional features include a convenient accesskey for Vertex Standard’s WIRES™ (Wide-cov-erage Internet Repeater Enhancement System), atransmit Time-Out Timer (TOT), AutomaticPower-Off (APO), Automatic Repeater Shift(ARS), Yaesu’s exclusive ARTS™ (Auto-RangeTransponder System) which “beeps” the user whenyou move out of communications range with an-other ARTS™ equipped station, plus provision for reduction of the TX deviation in areas of high chan-nel congestion. And an RF squelch circuit allowsthe owner to set the squelch to open at a program-mable setting of the S-Meter, thus reducing guess-work in setting the squelch threshold.We appreciate your purchase of the
FT-60R
, andencourage you to read this manual thoroughly, soas to learn about the many exciting features of your exciting new Yaesu hand-held transceiver!

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