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Yaesu FT-1802 Operating Manual

Yaesu FT-1802 Operating Manual

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FM TRANSCEIVER
FT-1802M
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
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Contents
Introduction ...................................................... 1Specifications .................................................... 2Accessories & Options ..................................... 3
Supplied Accessories ..................................... 3Optional Accessories...................................... 3
Installation ........................................................ 4
Preliminary Inspection ................................... 4Installation Tips.............................................. 4Safety Information ......................................... 5Antenna Considerations ................................. 6Mobile Installation ......................................... 7Mobile Power Connections........................ 8Mobile Speakers ........................................ 8Base Station Installation ................................ 9AC Power Supplies .................................... 9
Front Panel Controls & Switches ................. 10Microphone Switches ..................................... 12Rear Panel Connectors .................................. 13Basic Operation .............................................. 14
Turning the Transceiver On and Off ........... 14Adjusting the Audio Volume Level ............. 14Adjusting the Squelch Setting ..................... 14Frequency Navigation .................................. 151)Tuning Dial ......................................... 152)Direct Keypad Frequency Entry .......... 153)Scanning .............................................. 15Transmission ................................................ 16Changing the Transmitter Power Level ... 16
Advanced Operation ...................................... 17
Weather Broadcast Reception...................... 17Lock Feature................................................. 18Keyboard Beeper.......................................... 18Channel Step Selection ................................ 19Display Brightness ....................................... 19RF Squelch ................................................... 20Repeater Operation ...................................... 21Standard Repeater Shift ........................... 21Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS) ............. 22Separate Transmit Frequency Memory(“Odd Splits”) ...................................... 23CTCSS/DCS/EPCS Operation..................... 24CTCSS Operation .................................... 24DCS Operation......................................... 25Tone Search Scanning ............................. 26EPCS Operation....................................... 27CTCSS/DCS/EPCS Bell Paging.............. 29Split Tone Operation ............................... 27DTMF Operation.......................................... 32Manual DTMF Tone Generation ............. 32DTMF Autodialer .................................... 32
Memory Operation ........................................ 34
Memory Storage ........................................... 34Memory Recall ............................................. 35Labeling Memories ...................................... 36Memory Tuning ........................................... 37Masking Memories ...................................... 37Memory Bank Operation ............................. 38Assigning Memories to a Memory Bank. 38Memory Bank Recall ............................... 38Removing Memoriesfrom a Memory Bank .......................... 39Changing a Memory Bank’s Name ......... 39HOME Channel Memory............................. 40Memory Only Mode..................................... 41
Scanning .......................................................... 42
Basic Scanner Operation.............................. 42Scan-Resume Option ................................... 43Memory Skip Scanning ............................... 44Preferential Memory Scan ........................... 45Memory Bank Link Scan ............................. 46Programmable Band-Scan Limits ................ 47Priority Channel Scanning (Dual Watch) .... 48Priority Revert Mode ............................... 48Weather Alert Scan ...................................... 49Band Edge Beeper........................................ 49
Smart Search Operation................................ 50Internet Connection Feature......................... 52
SRG Mode.................................................... 52FRG Mode.................................................... 52
ARTS™ ........................................................... 55
Basic ARTS™ Setup and Operation ........... 55ARTS™ Polling Time Options.................... 56ARTS™ Alert Beep Options ....................... 56CW Identifier Setup ..................................... 57
CW Training Feature .................................... 58Packet Operation............................................ 59Miscellaneous Settings ................................... 60
Password ...................................................... 60Time-Out Timer ........................................... 61Automatic Power-Off................................... 61Busy Channel Lock-Out .............................. 62Programming the Key Assignments ............ 63FM Bandwidth & TX Deviation Level ........ 64MIC Gain Setting ......................................... 64DCS Code Inversion .................................... 65
Reset Procedure.............................................. 66
Microprocessor Resetting ............................ 66Set Mode Resetting ...................................... 66
Cloning ............................................................ 67“Set” (Menu) Mode ........................................ 68
 
1FT-1802M O
 PERATING 
 ANUAL
The Yaesu
FT-1802M
is a deluxe, rugged FM mobile transceiver providing high power output and outstanding receiver performance for the 144 MHz Amateur band. Included inthe
FT-1802M
’s feature complement are:
50 Watts of power output, with selection of four power levels for every operating situa-tion.
Expanded receiver coverage: 136-174 MHz.
Keyboard entry of operating frequencies from the microphone.
Excellent protection from receiver intermodulation distortion, thanks to Yaesu’s renownedAdvanced Track Tuning front end.
221 memories (200 “basic” memory channels, 10 sets of band-edge memory channels,and one “Home” channel) which can store repeater shifts, odd repeater shifts, CTCSS/DCS tones, and 6-character Alpha-Numeric labels for easy channel recognition.
10 NOAA Weather Broadcast Channels, with Weather Alert and a Volume Control for the Weather Alert tone.
Built-in CTCSS and DCS Encoder/Decoder circuits.
The Smart Search
TM
feature, which automatically sweeps a band and loads active fre-quencies into dedicated memory banks, is ideal for identifying active repeaters whenvisiting a city for the first time.
Extensive Menu system, which allows customization of a number of transceiver perfor-mance characteristics.
The Yaesu-exclusive multi-function LCD display.Additional features include a transmit Time-Out-Timer (TOT), Automatic Power-Off (APO),Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS), plus provision for reduction of the Tx deviation in areas of high channel congestion. And an RF Squelch circuit allows the owner to set the squelch toopen at a programmable setting of the S-Meter, thus reducing guesswork in setting the squelchthreshold.Congratulations on your purchase of the
FT-1802M
! Whether this is your first rig, or if Yaesu equipment is already the backbone of your station, the Vertex Standard organizationis committed to ensuring your enjoyment of this high-performance transceiver, which should provide you with many years of satisfying operation. Our dealer network and technical sup- port personnel stand behind every product we sell, and we invite you to contact us shouldyou require technical advice or assistance.We recommend that you read this manual in its entirety prior to installing the
FT-1802M
, sothat you fully understand the capabilities of your new transceiver.
 I 
 NTRODUCTION 

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