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Icom IC-756Pro Instruction Manual

Icom IC-756Pro Instruction Manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
HF/50 MHzALL MODE TRANSCEIVER
i756PRO
 
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IMPORTANT
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUALCAREFULLY
before attempting to operate thetransceiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
Thismanual contains important safety and operating in-structions for the IC-756PRO.
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS
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WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE! NEVER
attachan antenna or internal antenna connector during trans-mission.This may result in an electrical shock or burn.
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NEVER
apply AC to the [DC13.8V] jack on thetransceiver rear panel.This could cause a fire or ruinthe transceiver.
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NEVER
apply more than 16 V DC, such as a 24 Vbattery, to the [DC13.8V] jack on the transceiver rearpanel.This could cause a fire or ruin the transceiver.
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NEVER
let metal, wire or other objects touch anyinternal part or connectors on the rear panel of thetransceiver.This may result in an electric shock.
NEVER
expose the transceiver to rain, snow or anyliquids.
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 (+176°F), resulting in per-manent damage to the transceiver if left there for ex-tended periods.
AVOID
placing the transceiver in excessively dusty en-vironments or in direct sunlight.
AVOID
placing the transceiver against walls or puttinganything on top of the transceiver.This will obstructheat dissipation.
Place unit in a secure place to avoid inadvertent use by chil-dren.
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 transceiverand microphone as far away as possible from the mag-netic navigation compass to prevent erroneous indica-tions.
BE CAREFUL!
The heatsink will become hot whenoperating the transceiver continuously for long periods.
BE CAREFUL!
If a linear amplifier is connected, setthe transceiver’s RF output power to less than the lin-ear amplifier’s maximum input level, otherwise, the lin-ear amplifier will be damaged.Use Icom microphones only (supplied or optional).Other manufacturer’s microphones have different pinassignments, and connection to the IC-756PRO maydamage the transceiver.
PRECAUTIONS
Versions of the IC-756PRO which display the “CE”symbol on the serial number seal, comply with theEuropean harmonised standard ETS300 684(EMC product standard for Commercially AvailableAmateur Radio Equipment).
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WARNINGCAUTIONNOTEDEFINITION
Personal injury, fire hazard or electricshock may occur.If disregarded, inconvenience only.No risk of personal injury, fire orelectric shock.Equipment damage may occur.
Spurious may be received near the following frequencies.These are made in the internal circuit and does not indicate atransceiver malfunction:6.144 MHz, 8.000 MHz,12.288 MHz, 12.890 MHz (when spectrum scope is ON),18.433 MHz, 24.573 MHz
 
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
The transceiver comes with the following accessories.
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DC power cable (OPC-025D) ............................1
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Hand microphone (HM-36) ................................1
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Spare fuses (FGB 30 A) ....................................2
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Spare fuse (FGB 5 A) ........................................1
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CW keyer plug (AP-330) ....................................1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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IMPORTANT ........................................ iEXPLICIT DEFINITIONS ..................... iPRECAUTIONS ................................... i1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ................ 12 PANEL DESCRIPTION ........... 213
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Front panel .....................................2
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Microphone (HM-36) ......................9
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LCD display ..................................10
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Screen menu arrangement ...........11
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Rear panel ....................................12
3 INSTALLATION ANDCONNECTIONS ................... 1421
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Unpacking ....................................14
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Selecting a location ......................14
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Grounding .....................................14
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Antenna connection .....................14
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Required connections ...................15
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Advanced connections .................16
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Power supply connections ............17
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Linear ampli
er connections .........18
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Transverter jack information .........19
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External antenna selector orantenna tuner connections ...........20
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FSK and AFSK (SSTV)connections ..................................21
4 FREQUENCY SETTING ....... 2225
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When
rst applying power(CPU resetting) .............................22
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Initial settings ................................22
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VFO description ............................23
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Frequency setting with thetuning dial .....................................24
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Direct frequency entry withthe keypad ....................................24
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Advanced tuning functions ...........25
5 RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT .. 26–49
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Mode selection .............................26
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Twin PBT operation ......................26
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Notch function ..............................27
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Noise reduction ............................27
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Noise blanker ...............................27
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RTTY
lter/Twin peak
lter ...........28
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CW reverse mode .........................28
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RTTY reverse mode .....................28
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CW pitch control ...........................29
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IF
lter selection ...........................29
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AGC function ................................30
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Dualwatch operation .....................31
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Split frequency operation ..............32
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Quick split function .......................33
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RIT and
TX ................................34
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Monitor function ............................35
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VOX function .................................35
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Meter function ...............................36
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SWR reading ................................36
s
Speech compressor .....................37
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Digital voice recorder ....................38
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RTTY decoder ..............................41
s
RTTY tuning meter .......................41
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Electronic CW keyer .....................42
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Memory keyer ...............................43
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Spectrum scope screen ...............44
s
Automatic antenna selection ........45
s
Dial lock function ..........................45
s
Repeater operation .......................46
s
Tone squelch operation ................47
s
Antenna tuner operation ...............48
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Optional external tuneroperation ......................................49
6 MEMORY OPERATION ........ 5055
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Memory channels .........................50
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Memory channel selection ...........50
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Memory channel screen ...............51
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Memory channel programming .....52
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Frequency transferring .................53
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Memory names ............................54
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Memory clearing ...........................54
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Memo pads ...................................55
7 SCANS ................................. 5661
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Scan types ....................................56
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Preparation ...................................56
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Programmed scan operation ........57
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F scan operation ........................57
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Fine programmed scan/ 
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F scan .................................58
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Memory scan operation ................58
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Select memory scan operation .....59
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Setting select memory channels ..59
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Scan set mode .............................60
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Tone scan .....................................61
8 CLOCK AND TIMERS .......... 6263
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Setting the current time ................62
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Setting power-on time ..................62
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Setting power-off period ...............63
s
Timer operation ............................63
9 SET MODE ........................... 6472
s
Set mode description ...................64
s
Level set mode .............................65
s
Display set mode ..........................66
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Timer set mode ............................67
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Miscellaneous (others) set mode..68
10 OPTION INSTALLATION ............ 73
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Opening the transceiver
s case ....73
s
UT-102
VOICE SYNTHESIZERUNIT
..............................................73
11 MAINTENANCE ................... 7476
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Troubleshooting ............................74
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Fuse replacement .........................75
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Clock backup batteryreplacement ..................................75
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Tuning dial brake adjustment ........76
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Frequency calibration(approximate)................................76
12 INTERNAL VIEWS ...................... 7713 CONTROL COMMAND ........ 7879
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Remote jack (CI-V) information ....78
14 SPECIFICATIONS ....................... 8015 OPTIONS ..................................... 81

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