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Icom IC-R20 Instruction Manual

Icom IC-R20 Instruction Manual

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This scan is useful for searching a specified frequency range
and automatically storing busy frequencies into memory
channels. The auto-memory write scan is performed with any
VFO scan types (ALL, BAND, PROG).

qSelect VFO mode with [VFO MHz].

wPush and hold [MODE SCAN]to enter scanning type se-
lection condition.
eRotate [R-DIAL]to select the desired scanning type.

•“ALL” for full scan; “BAND” for band scan, “PROG-xx” for pro-
grammed scan (xx= 0 to 24; programmed scan edges numbers
only displayed)

rRelease [MODE SCAN]to start the scan.

tPush [MR S.MW]to turn the automatic memory write func-
tion ON and OFF.

•“µµ” indicator blinks.

yPush [DUALWATCH]to stop the scan.

DDDuring auto-memory write scanning:

•When a signal is received, scan pauses and the frequency
is stored into auto-memory write channel group (åå000 –
åå199).

-2 short beeps sound when stored.

•Scan resumes after frequency storing.
•When all channels are stored, the scan is cancelled auto-
matically and 1 long beep sounds.

DDRecalling the stored frequencies:
qPush [MR S.MW]several times to select the auto-memory
write channel group.

wRotate [R-DIAL]to select the desired channel.

DDClearing the stored frequencies:

qSelect the auto-memory write channel group.

wPush [5 SKIP]for 1sec. to clear the all channels contents.

•1 short and 1 long beeps sound.

NOTE:The auto-memory write channel contents CANNOT
be cleared by an independent channel. Thus it is a good
idea to copy the contents into regular memory channel.

å

MODE ANL

AFC

TSQL

FM

439875

PSKIP

-DUP

001

“ å ” appears when auto memory
write channel group is selected.

µ

MODE ANL

AFC

TSQL

FM

148800

PSKIP

-DUP

001

• During auto memory
write scan

“ ” indicator blinks during
auto memory write scan.

[R-DIAL]

MODE
SCAN

MR
S.MW

µ

7

39

7SCAN OPERATION

Memory channels can be set to be skipped for memory skip
scan. In addition, memory channels can be set to be skipped
for both memory skip scan and frequency skip scan. These
are useful to speed up the scan interval.

qSelect a memory channel:

➥Push [MR S.MW]to select memory mode.

➥Rotate [R-DIAL]to select the desired channel to be a
skip channel/frequency.
wPush [MR S.MW]for 1sec. to enter the select memory
write condition.
ePush [8 SET]several times to select “SKIP.”

•While pushing [8 SET], rotating [R-DIAL]can also select “SKIP.”

rRotate [R-DIAL]to select the skip condition from “SKIP,”
“PSKIP” or “OFF” for the selected channel.

•PSKIP: The channel is skipped during memory/bank scan and
the programmed frequency is skipped during VFO scan,
such as programmed scan.
•SKIP:The channel is skipped during memory or bank scan.
•OFF

: The channel or programmed frequency is scanned dur-
ing any scan.

tPush [MR S.MW]for 1sec. to store the skip condition into
the memory.

•“SKIP” or “PSKIP” indicator appears, according to the skip se-
lection in the step r.

✔CONVENIENT!

Also the skip setting can be set with the following operation
for easy setting.

qSelect the desired memory channel to be set as a skip
channel/frequency.

wWhile pushing [5 SKIP], rotate [R-DIAL]to select the skip
condition from “PSKIP,” “SKIP” and “OFF (no indication).”

ATT

B:GROUP1

µ

MODE ANL

AFC

TSQL

FM

145700

PSKIP

-DUP

003

ATT

B:GROUP1

µ

MODE ANL

AFC

TSQL

FM

145700

PSKIP

-DUP

033

• Skip channel setting

• Program skip setting

“SKIP” appears

“PSKIP” appears

FM

>CLEAR

-SKIP-:OFF

-MNAME:

-BNAME:

>CLEAR

>SKIP-:OFF

-MNAME:

-BANK-:----

012

µ

.

146.010

is pushed

several times.

After

[R-DIAL]

SET

8

SET

8

MR
S.MW

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