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VHF RADIOTELEPHONE

FM-8800D/8800S

FM-8800S/D INTL Ver. FM-8800: 0550215-02.xx/03.xx HS-8800: 0550216-01.xx FM-8800S Russian Ver. FM-8800: 0550220-01.xx HS-8800: 0550221-01.xx

The paper used in this manual is elemental chlorine free.

FURUNO Authorized Distributor/Dealer 9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya, 662-8580, JAPAN Telephone : +81-(0)798-65-2111 Fax : +81-(0)798-65-4200

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Printed in Japan

A : JUL . 2005 B6 : JAN . 20, 2009

Pub. No. SME-56420-B6 (NAYO ) FM-8800D/S

*00015637400* *00015637400*
* 0 0 0 1 5 6 3 7 4 0 0 *

The table lists the active speakers according to Volume menu settings and on-hook/off-hook status of the handsets. Regular (DSC Individual call, other than PSTN) call and PSTN call are set though the individual menu.
FM-8800D/S RB-8810/HS-880 RB-8800/HS-880 Remote station-X Handset ear speaker Panel Speaker Handset ear speaker Panel Speaker Panel Speaker RB-8810/HS-880 RB-8800/HS-880 Remote station-Other Panel Speaker

Volume Menu Setting

On-hook/off-hook Status Remote Station-X Handset Handset ear speaker Off-hook Panel Speaker

Monitor Domain XXXX

OFFHOOK SPKR

Main Handset

Private

OFF

Off-hook

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

2 Off-hook On-hook Off-hook On-hook Off-hook On-hook Off-hook On-hook Off-hook On-hook Off-hook On-hook Off-hook On-hook

On-hook

On-hook

ON

Off-hook

On-hook

Public

OFF

Off-hook

10

11

On-hook

12

13

ON

Off-hook

14

15

On-hook

16

Contents
Check List Chapter 1. Overview
1.1 General ....................................................................................................................1-1 1.1.1 Configurations ...............................................................................................1-1 1.2 Operation .................................................................................................................1-3 1.2.1 LCD display ...................................................................................................1-3 1.2.2 LCD display and Operation ...........................................................................1-4

Chapter 2. Location of Parts


2.1 Main Unit .................................................................................................................2-1 2.1.1 Panel ..............................................................................................................2-1 2.1.2 Interior ...........................................................................................................2-2 2.1.3 Board .............................................................................................................2-7 2.2 Handset/Remote ......................................................................................................2-13 2.2.1 HS-2003 .........................................................................................................2-13 2.2.2 RB-8800/HS-8800 .........................................................................................2-14 2.2.3 RB-8810/HS-8800 .........................................................................................2-15 2.3 Junction Box/DMC IF .............................................................................................2-17 2.3.1 Junction Box: IF-8810 ...................................................................................2-17 2.3.2 DMC IF: IF-8820 ..........................................................................................2-18 2.4 VHF Console: RC-8800 ..........................................................................................2-19 2.5 Printer: PP-8800 ......................................................................................................2-20

Chapter 3. Menu Tree


3.1 Main Menu List (INTL Ver.) .....................................................................................3-1 3.1.1 User menu (INTL Ver.)....................................................................................3-1 3.1.2 Option menu (INTL Ver.) ................................................................................3-3 3.2 DSC Call Menu (INTL Ver.) .....................................................................................3-7 3.3 Remote Handset Menu (INTL Ver.) ..........................................................................3-12 3.4 Main Menu List (Russian Ver.) .................................................................................3-14 3.4.1 User menu (Russian Ver.) ................................................................................3-14 3.4.2 Option menu (Russian Ver.).............................................................................3-16

Contents

3.5 DSC Call Menu (Russian Ver.)..................................................................................3-20 3.6 Remote Handset Menu (Russian Ver.).......................................................................3-24

Chapter 4. System Setting


4.1 Call up for Option Menu .........................................................................................4-1 4.2 ID Setting .................................................................................................................4-3 4.2.1 SELF ID .........................................................................................................4-3 4.2.2 GROUP ID .....................................................................................................4-4 4.2.3 Setting Remote Handset ID ...........................................................................4-6 4.2.4 INTERCOM NAMING .................................................................................4-7 4.2.5 Setting of Transceiver unit function ID .........................................................4-9 4.2.6 ATIS ID Setting .............................................................................................4-10 4.3 System Setting: User Menu .....................................................................................4-12 4.3.1 ALARM .........................................................................................................4-12 1. POSITION OLDER ....................................................................................4-12 2. EXT ALARM .............................................................................................4-13 4.3.2 AUTO ACK ...................................................................................................4-14 1. COMPLY STATUS, UNABLE REASON ..................................................4-14 2. POSITION CALL, POLLING CALL ........................................................4-15 4.3.3 MEMORY CHANNEL ..................................................................................4-15 4.3.4 MESSAGE FILE ENTRY .............................................................................4-16 4.3.5 POSITION .....................................................................................................4-18 4.3.6 RTC (Russian Ver.) ..........................................................................................4-19 4.3.7 PRINT OUT ...................................................................................................4-19 4.3.8 VOLUME ......................................................................................................4-20 4.3.9 AUTO CH (Russian Ver.) ..............................................................................4-21 4.3.10 PSTN CH (Russian Ver.) ...............................................................................4-21 4.3.11 SPECIAL CALL (Russian Ver.) ....................................................................4-21 4.4 System Setting: Option Menu .................................................................................4-22 4.4.1 AUTO 1W ......................................................................................................4-22 4.4.2 AUTO REVERD ...........................................................................................4-22 4.4.3 CH70 BOARD ...............................................................................................4-22 4.4.4 CH CONFIG ..................................................................................................4-23 4.4.5 CH MODE .....................................................................................................4-24 4.4.6 SCAN/DW .....................................................................................................4-24 4.4.7 SP MUTE .......................................................................................................4-26 4.4.8 TIMEOUT TIMER ........................................................................................4-26 4.4.9 REGULATION ..............................................................................................4-27 4.4.10 VDR OUTPUT LEVEL ...............................................................................4-27 4.4.11 STATION TYPE ..........................................................................................4-28

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4.5 Jumper Setting .........................................................................................................4-29 4.5.1 Remote station ...............................................................................................4-29 4.5.2 Select Wing MIC ...........................................................................................4-31 4.5.3 When using Handset with removed (HS-2003) .............................................4-32 4.6 When TR Antenna is used for CH70 WR..................................................................4-33 4.7 TP-80F Setup ......................................................................................................4-34 1. DIP Switch Setting ........................................................................................4-35 4.8 Change the Specification Power for PR-240-CE ....................................................4-36

Chapter 5. Block Description


5.1 Outline of Connection .............................................................................................5-1 5.2 I/O Port Specification ..............................................................................................5-2 5.2.1 IEC61162/REMOTE Port (D-Sub 37P) .......................................................5-2 5.2.2 PRINTER Port(D-Sub 25P) .........................................................................5-3 5.2.3 Handset MIC Connector ...............................................................................5-3 5.3 Outline of Boards ....................................................................................................5-4 5.4 Block Description ....................................................................................................5-6 5.4.1 CH70 RX (05P0775) ....................................................................................5-6 5.4.2 DUP RX (05P0777) ......................................................................................5-8 5.4.3 TX/RX (05P0774) ........................................................................................5-10 5.4.4 DUPLEXER .................................................................................................5-16 5.4.5 CPU (05P0773) ............................................................................................5-18 5.4.6 PWR (05P0776) ............................................................................................5-25 5.4.7 HS CONT (05P0781) ...................................................................................5-27

Chapter 6. Measurement
6.1 Adjustment ...............................................................................................................6-1 6.1.1 Output Power .................................................................................................6-1 6.2 Measurement ...........................................................................................................6-3 6.2.1 VHF Frequency .............................................................................................6-3 6.2.2 CH70 Output ..................................................................................................6-4 6.2.3 DSC Tone Frequency .....................................................................................6-5 6.2.4 Spurious Emission .........................................................................................6-7 6.2.5 Frequency deviation for a radiotelephone .....................................................6-8 6.2.6 Sensitivity of a radiotelephone: NQ method .................................................6-9

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Chapter 7. Updating Program


7.1 Updating ..................................................................................................................7-1 7.1.1 Program file ...................................................................................................7-1 7.1.2 Note ...............................................................................................................7-3 7.1.3 Setup ..............................................................................................................7-4 7.2 Updating Procedure .................................................................................................7-7 7.2.1 Procedure .......................................................................................................7-7 7.2.2 Check the detailed program number ..............................................................7-10

Chapter 8. Maintenance
8.1 Self-test and Error Message .....................................................................................8-1 8.1.1 Daily test ........................................................................................................8-1 1. TX POWER ...................................................................................................8-1 2. TX/RX PCB ...................................................................................................8-2 3. CPU PCB .......................................................................................................8-2 4. CH70 RX PCB ...............................................................................................8-3 5. DUP RX PCB ................................................................................................8-3 8.1.2 Error messages ..............................................................................................8-4 1. PLL1 Unlock .................................................................................................8-4 2. PLL2 Unlock .................................................................................................8-4 3. GPS ERROR (EPFS ERROR) ......................................................................8-4 4. Printer PE .......................................................................................................8-4 5. NO MMSI ......................................................................................................8-4 6. System ERROR .............................................................................................8-4 7. RTC ERROR Input RTC ...............................................................................8-4 8.2 DSC Communication Test .......................................................................................8-6 8.3 T/A, TEST, RESET DSP .........................................................................................8-8 8.3.1 T/A..................................................................................................................8-8 8.3.2 TEST menu ...................................................................................................8-8 1. CPU ...............................................................................................................8-8 2. PANEL ...........................................................................................................8-10 3. CH70 RX .......................................................................................................8-12 4. TX/RX ...........................................................................................................8-13 5. DUP RX .........................................................................................................8-16 6. DDS/CODEC .................................................................................................8-16 7. RESET DSP ...................................................................................................8-17 8.4 Memory Clear ..........................................................................................................8-18 8.5 Compatibility of Boards ..........................................................................................8-19 8.6 Remote Handset Test ...............................................................................................8-21

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Chapter 9. Q & A
Q1. How can we use VHF exclusively? ........................................................................9-1 Q2. What are the differences between FM-8800D and FM-8800S? .............................9-1 Q3. Please tell me the priority of communication order. ...............................................9-1 Q4. Do the Transceiver unit and Remote Handset have to be installed in designated location? ................................................................................................................9-1 Q5. Receptible sentence. ...............................................................................................9-1 Q6. Please tell me about the Alarm output. ...................................................................9-2 Q7. Can Carbon MIC be used in place Wing MIC? ......................................................9-2 Q8. Can Remote Handset be used alone without Transceiver Handset on? ..................9-2 Q9. Does Remote Handset have to be wired in daisy chain? ........................................9-2 Q10. Can VHF antenna be used together with CH70 WR antenna? .............................9-2 Q11. Is a Junction Box:IF-8810 necessary? ..................................................................9-2 Q12. How to adjust LCD contrast? ...............................................................................9-3 Q13. How to cancel menus protection? ........................................................................9-3 Q14. Please tell me what to check after installing. ........................................................9-3 Q15. How do I adjust the frequency? ............................................................................9-3 Q16. How do I measure DSC tone frequency? .............................................................9-3 Q17. Will the Program-Ver. indication remain the same even after updating the program? ................................................................................................................9-4 Q18. Is the Main program commonly used for FM-8800D and FM-8800S? ...............9-4 Q19. I cannot update the program/How do I update the program? (Case 1) .................9-4 Q20. I cannot update the program/How do I update the program? (Case 2) .................9-4 Q21. Remote Handset is not working properly. . ............................................................9-4 Q22. I cannot receive DSC signals although telephone is working just fine. ...............9-4 Q23. What are the differences between 05P0774A and B on TX/RX PCB? ................9-5 Q24. What is a DISTRESS MODE? .............................................................................9-5 Q25. How can I clear memory? .....................................................................................9-5 Q26. When I make All Ship Call from No.1 VHF, I could not receive signals through No.2 VHF. Is the equipment broken? ...................................................9-5 Q27. Communication does not seem to be working correctly when Remote Handsets are connected. ....................................................................................................9-5 Q28. When I turn on the power, alarm keeps going off and nothing comes up on the display. ....................................................................................................9-5 Q29. Would disconnecting or short-circuiting antenna break Transceiver unit? ..........9-6 Q30. DSC-5 indication appears after a self-test with DMC-5. Is this okay? ............9-6 Q31. Please tell me about where to install the antennas. ..............................................9-6 Q32. What is the min. horizontal length between VHF Antennas? ...............................9-6 Q33. Please tell me about where to install the VHF. .....................................................9-6 Q34. Does a VHF Rack-consol have a type? ................................................................9-6 Q35. Please tell me about RS-485. ................................................................................9-6 Q36. Please tell me about communication range? .........................................................9-7 Q37. An inspector cautioned me about contents of COMSAR/Cir.32 regarding installation of equipment. What is it about? ......................................9-8

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Appendix 1) Specifications
1. General ......................................................................................................................AP1-1 2. Transmitter .................................................................................................................AP1-1 3. Receiver .....................................................................................................................AP1-2 4. DSC ...........................................................................................................................AP1-2 5. CH70 WATCH Receiver ............................................................................................AP1-2 6. Power Supply .............................................................................................................AP1-3 7. Digital Interface .........................................................................................................AP1-3 8. Environmental Conditions .........................................................................................AP1-3 9. Coating Color ............................................................................................................AP1-4

Appendix 2) Channel List


AP2.1 International/USA/Canadian/Inland Waterways ................................................AP2-1 AP2.2 US Weather Channel ..........................................................................................AP2-3 AP2.3 Private Channel ..................................................................................................AP2-4

Parts List .......................................................................................... D-1

Contents of Drawings ..................................................................... S-0

Check Check List List


How to call up option menus (MMSI registration etc,) 1. Make a jumper connection between #2 and #15 on [PRINTER] port. Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810. 2. [Menu] -> System -> [ENT] -> Password: xxxxxx (Same as FM-8500, Ref to FQ-2005-015)
No. 1. Installation 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Make sure VHF ANT and CH70 ANT connecters are watertight. Make sure of Grounding: Transceiver unit, Junction Box and DMC IF As for the connections of Junction Box, DMC IF and a terminal board of Remote station, is the wiring correct? Are they connected tightly? Does the emergency light turn on the light and control dimmer? Is Transceiver unit supplied by the Reserve Source? See page 4-13. In case of Normal Open (Close), alarm output is always active when receiving DIS/URG messages. Conform with the Drive circuits diagram. Items Remarks and Reference Pages Judge

1.6

Make sure of ALM output wiring.

2. Setup 2.1 See page 4-18. IEC61162-1: GGA > RMC > GNS > GLL, ZDA See page 4-3. Menu->System->MMSI Have you registered MMSI correctly? Note: DSC communication is not carried out without MMSI being registered. See page 4-6. Turn on the power while pressing Have you registered Remote Handset ID number? Remote Handset [Menu] key. To assign the same number is prohibited. Have you registered the Name of Transceiver unit See page 4-7. and Remote Handset? Register by [MENU] -> SYSTEM (Remote Handset Name) ->INTERCOM NAMING See page 4-24. Have you set up CH MODE? The factory setting is INTL. MENU->SYSTEM->CH MODE Have you set up OFFHOOK SPKR? See page 4-20. (ON/OFF set up of SP at the time when a Menu->VOLUME->OFF HOOK SPKR handset is OFF HOOK) Are Pos. and time data inputted automatically?

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

2.6

Check List

3. Adjustment and Measurement 3.1 3.2 Is TX output between 20 and 25 W? Is reflection power lower than 2 W (10%)? Is the frequency tolerance within +10 ppm? See page 6-1. As for CH70 measurement, see page 6-4. See page 6-3. There is no adjustment part. See page 6-5. , There is no adjustment part. It is measured by monitoring tone with other VHF because there is no checkpoint. See page 4-27. 0 dBm is outputted by the factory setting. See page 8-1. Before the check, press PTT SW. In case of no transmitting, TX output check is shown NO CHECK. See page 8-9 and 4-19. Print setup is carried out by Menu->Print out When the printer does not work, carry out a self-test of a printer. - PP-510: LF + Power ON - uTP-80F: Feed + Power ON See page 8-6. To transmit DSC messages, - Call type: Individual (SHIP CALL) - Category: Routine TX output is automatically reduced to 1 W. See page 4-8. See page 4-31. Dynamic MIC and Carbon MIC setup are J5 on the CPU board.

3.3

Is the tone frequency tolerance within +10 Hz?

3.4

Is the output level for VDR appropriate?

4. Function Test

4.1

Is the Daily Test result all okay?

4.2

Can you print out correctly?

4.3

Is the DSC communication test okay?

4.4 4.5 4.6

Is the INTERCOM operation correct? Is the Remote Handset operation correct? Are the Wing-MICs operation correct?

5. Other 5.1 5.2 Are MMSI and CS etc, labels stuck around Transceiver unit? Have you had explained enough to the users about operation?

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Chapter 1. Overview 1.1 General


1.1 General
FM-8800S and FM-8800D are the international VHF radiotelephones that are farther developed as successors to FM-8500 and FM-8700. Outline of the unit: 1. Built-in Class A DSC function and CH70 WR. 2. The FM-8800S offers simplex/semi-duplex, the FM-8800D offers simplex/full duplex voice communication. In addition, Russian Ver. obtain Russian Type approval by FM-8800S. 3. PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) call function is installed. 4. Outputs the other ships position from DSC Distress message received information by TLL sentences. 5. ATIS (Automatic Transmitter Identification System) is installed. 6. Remote Handset can be connected to the maximum of 4 sets via IF-8810 or/and IF-8820. 7. Intercommunication system is available through each Remote Handset. 8. The CH70 WR antenna can be used either exclusively or can be shared with VHF antenna. 9. The power supply is 24 VDC+30 % and 10 %. AC power supply unit (PR-240-CE) is optional. 10. Connect the Printer directly and it prints out the DSC TX/RX messages, the DSC communication logs and the test results.

1.1.1 Configurations
Case - 1)
W-MIC W-MIC Total 4 sets RB-8800/HS-8800 or(and) RB-8810/HS-8800

RB-8800/HS-8800 VHF ANT VDR(AF output) EXT Alarm TLL output Junction box (IF-8810) GPS

RB-8810/HS-8800 CH70 ANT

HS-2003

Printer: - PP-510, - PP-8800 24VDC

EXT SP

Fig. 1.1.1 Connection Case-1

AC-DC Power (PR-240-CE)

100-220VAC

1-1

1.1 General

Case - 2) DMC-5 Installation Note; INTL Ver. only (except for Russian .) DMC-5 is connected via DMC IF (IF-8820). Handset (RB-8800/HS-8800 and RB-8810/HS-8800) can be connected to the maximum of 4 sets via IF-8810 and/or IF-8820.

RB-8800/HS-8800

RB-8810/HS-8800

NOTE: Total 4 sets RB-8800/HS-8800 or (and) RB-8810/HS-8800

DMC IF (IF-8820)

DMC-5

W-MIC

W-MIC

RB-8800/HS-8800 VHF ANT VDR (AF output) EXT Alarm TLL output Junction box (IF-8810) GPS CH70 ANT

HS-2003

Printer: - PP-510, - PP-8800 24VDC

EXT SP

AC-DC Power (PR-240-CE)

100-220VAC

Fig. 1.1.2 Connection Case-2, DMC-5 Installation

1-2

1.2 Operation

1.2 Operation
1.2.1 LCD display
INTL Ver.
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (11) (12) AUTO ACK

Russian Ver.
SHIFT
(7)

INTL

(1)
(8)

INTL

SHIFT

(17R) (7)

Hi Rx

16
DUP SCAN WATCH CH70 10:45 UTC AUTO

(2) (3) (4)

Hi Rx

(9) (10) (13) (14) (15)

16
AUTO

(8)

(5) (6) (11) (12) (16R)

LAT: 34 45 N LON: 135 45 E

DUP SCAN AUTO ACK AUTO CH: ENA LAT : 34 45.1111 N 12:12 LON : 135 45.1111 E UTC MMSI 432456789

(9) (10) (13R) (14) (15)

Fig. 1.2.1 FM-8800S/D Operation Panel

(1) (2) (3) (6) (4) (10) (5) (9) (11) (17)

INTL

SHIFT

(7)

(1) (2)

INTL

SHIFT

(7)

Hi Rx SCAN

16
1 SQA

(8)

(3) (6) (4) (10) (5) (9)

Hi Rx SCAN

16
1 SQA

(8)

DUP AUTO ACK VOL5

(16) (18)

(11) (20R)

DUP AUTO ACK VOL5

(18R) (19R)

(13) (12) (14) (15)

WATCH CH70 LAT: 34 45 N LON: 135 45 E

(13) (12)

AUTO CH : ENA LAT: 34 11.1111N

10:45 UTC AUTO

(14) (15)

LON: 135 11.1111E 10:45 UTC AUTO

INTL Ver.
Fig. 1.2.2 Remote Handset Operation Panel

Russian Ver.

1-3

1.2 Operation

1.2.2 LCD display and Operation


The following item numbers in Table 1.2.1 are the number displayed on LCD in the previous page. The same display is shown while operating Transceiver unit and Remote Handset. [SHIFT] selection must be made in 3 seconds. After 3 seconds, SHIFT indication on the LCD display disappears.
LCD dimmer adjustment: [SHIFT] -> [2] LCD contrast adjustment: [SHIFT] -> [SHIFT], [LOG] or CHANNEL knob As for the number of the item which "R" is added, the program is Russian Ver. Table 1.2.1 Operation
Item Indication Operation key Outline Indicates an active mode NOTE: 1. Indicated according to a setup [MENU]->SYSTEM->CH MODE 2. MEMO x is indicated when a setup is made [MENU]->MEMORY CHANNEL. ON/OFF setting for SP manually NOTE: [MENU]->VOLUME->OFFHOOK SPKR setting Hi: 25W, Lo: 1W NOTE: 1. Indicated a mode channel allowed by [MENU]->SYSTEM->CH MODE according to the power setting in [MENU]->SYSTEM->CH CONFIG 2. Output adjustment in [MENU]->SYSTEM->TX POWER *Even if SWR worse or PA heat protection is activated, it continues current Hi or Lo indication. Rx indication show when signal is being received. Tx will be indicated if TX RF signal is detected. Bar indicates SINAD which is Rx signal 0: No signals 1: Less than 20 dB SINAD 2: 20 to 40 dB SINAD 3: More than 40 dB SINAD Indicated when there are unread messages in DSC Rx message log. NOTE: [LOG]->RCVD ORDINARY, RCVD DISTRESS Indicated when SHIFT function is available In PRIV channel, indicates in a maximum of 3 digits.

INTL, USA, WX, CANADA, [SHIFT]->[7: INTL/USA] INLND-WA, PRIV, MEMO x SP mark (ON/OFF)

[SHIFT]->[1: SP mark]

Hi, Lo

[SHIFT]->[0: HI/LO]

Rx, Tx

PTT ON: Rx, PTT OFF: Tx

ANT mark PTT ON: OFF, (Display Bar: x3) PTT OFF: ON

Envelope mark (ON/OFF) SHIFT (ON/OFF) CH (Max. 3 digits) [SHIFT]

7 8

Contd

1-4

1.2 Operation

Item

Indication

Operation key

Outline

DUP (ON/OFF)

10

SCAN, DUAL AUTO ACK, MANUAL ACK Transceiver DISTRESS MODE Handset DIST. MODE

11

12

LAT/LON

13

WATCH CH70

13R

AUTO CH

14

xx : xx UTC

15

AUTO, MANUAL

Indicates DUP when selecting DUP channel NOTE: Indicates a mode channel allowed by [MENU]->SYSTEM->CH MODE according to the power setting in [MENU]->SYSTEM->CH CONFIG Indicates the operational SCAN or DW mode. DUAL: [SHIFT]->[9: DW] When operating SCAN or DW, the channel SCAN: [SHIFT]->[8: SCAN] indication also changes. 1. ACK: When receiving ACK RQ message from DSC by ROUTINE, indicates the setting whether ACK BQ is transmitted by AUTO or MANUAL. [SHIFT]->[5: ACK] 2. DISTRESS MODE: Indicates after transmitting Distress Alert NOTE: Setting COMPLY STATUS in [MENU]->AUTO ACK Indicates Latitude/Longitude NOTE: 1. AUTO/MANUAL is selected by [MENU]->POSITION, but MANUAL input is not available valid Pos. data is inputted from the GPS. 2. [MENU]->ALARM->POSITION OLDER sets up output interval of alarm indicating the updated Pos. data. Indicates that WATCH CH70 is executed on the CH70 RX board. *As for the transceiver unit, WATCH CH70 indication changes to DISTRESS MODE after transmitting Distress Alert. The state of AUTO ACK is set to ON and ON-HOOK. When received the INDVIDUAL/ROUTINE call, Communication CH changes automatically after returning AUTO ACK. ENA: Auto change, DIS: Manual change [MENU] -> AUTO CH Indicates UTC NOTE: 1. Input selection of AUTO/MANUAL in [MENU]->POSITION, but MANUAL input is not available when valid Pos. data is inputted from the GPS. Indication of inputted Pos./Time NOTE: Input selection of AUTO/MANUAL in [MENU]->POSITION, but MANUAL input is not available when valid Pos. data is inputted from the GPS.

1-5

1.2 Operation

16 18R

1-4

Indicates Remote Handset number NOTE: Turn on the power while pressing Remote Handset [MENU] key to set, and set Remote Handset ID number. Display registered MMSI on [MENU] -> System -> Self-ID VOL: [SHIFT]->[ ], [ ] VOL: SP volume adjustments for Remote Handset YEAR/DATE/TIME used to Time stamp of LOG are displayed. ZDA>RMC>auto data is displayed. In case of Manual input, set in the [MENU] -> RTC. SQA: [SHIFT]->[SQ auto] SQ 0-10: [SHIFT]->[SQ]->[>], [<] - SQA: Indicates when SQ Auto is set up. - SQ 0-10: Indicates when SQ is set up manually.

16R 17 20R 17R

MMSI

VOL 0-10

Year/Day/Time

18 19R

SQA, SQ 0-10

DISTRESS MODE (DIST. MODE) is: This mode is displayed after transmitting Distress Alert by Transceiver unit or Remote station (Handset). In this mode setting, voice communication through Transceiver unit and Remote station is equally prioritized. For example, even if the Remote Handset side is OFF-HOOK, OCCUPIDE xxxx is not shown in Transceiver unit. This state continues until the power is turned off. Also, when the program is Russian Ver., it is continued until the power is OFF or until it continues pressing the [CANCEL] key 3 seconds or more. Unavailable functions by DISTRESS MODE are as below. - [FILE] key operation - [MENU] key operation - Edit and call the DSC messages by [CALL] key operation - [SHIFT] -> Intercom function of [4:IntCom] - [SHIFT] -> Operation for changing ACK of [5: ACK] - [SHIFT] -> Operation for printing [6: Print] - SQ and AF Volume of Remote Handset cannot be adjusted. SQ control depends on Transceiver SQ control.

1-6

1.2 Operation

ALARM Display
Table 1.2.2 Alarm Display
Conditions While pressing [Distress] button for 3 seconds During the transmission of Distress Alert After the transmission of Distress Alert Receiving Distress Alert Receiving Urgency Call Receiving Safety Call LED conditions Alarm sounds 2200 Hz and 0 Hz (125 ms) Red: 2200 Hz continuous sound continuous light Press [CANCEL] key. Red: blink Green: blink Green: blink 1300 Hz and 2200 Hz (250 ms) 1300 Hz and 2200 Hz (250 ms) 1300 Hz and 0 Hz (250 ms) 880 Hz and 440 Hz (500 ms) 750 Hz and 650 Hz (50 ms) Repeat 10 times and OFF 1 second How to stop

Receiving Ship Business Call Green: blink Receiving Routine Call Green: blink Receiving PSTN Call Green: blink

Stops automatically after 2 minutes or press [CANCEL] key.

Russian Ver. The alarm sound level when receiving the DSC message increases in 4 steps. In case of ROUTINE, alarm sound is sounded 3 times, and it increases in 4 steps. In case of SAFETY, URGENCY, DISTRESS, alarm sound is sounded 4 times, and it increases in 4 steps.

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Chapter 2. Location of Parts 2.1 Main Unit


2.1 Main Unit
2.1.1 Panel
265 mm

3 W/4 ohm SP 110 mm Handset: HS-2003

AF Gain/Power SW

SQ VR/Auto SQ SW

CH SW/Enter SW

Photo 2.1.1 FM-8800S/D Front Panel

GND TR ANT +24 VDC IN

CH 70 ANT

Printer port (PP-510) Protect OFF: Jumper between #2 and #15

IEC61162-1/Remote port

EXT SP 3 W/4 ohm Max.: 5 W

Photo 2.1.2 FM-8800S/D, Rear Panel

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2.1 Main Unit

2.1.2 Interior
285 mm

CPU

Photo 2.1.3 FM-8800S/D, Bottom Shield

Photo 2.1.4 FM-8800S, Top Shield

(FM-8800D)

DUP Rx CH 70 Rx PWR Tx/Rx

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2.1 Main Unit

PWR

Duplexer (CDH_156_10_06A)

Photo 2.1.5 FM-8800D, Top View

PWR (05P0776)

Duplexer

Tx/Rx (05P0774B)

Photo 2.1.6 FM-8800D, Open View

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2.1 Main Unit

2.1.7 FM-8800S 2.1.8 FM-8800

CPU (05P0773)

CH70 Rx (05P0775)

Photo 2.1.7 FM-8800S, Bottom View

CPU (05P0773)

DUP Rx (05P0777) CH70 Rx (05P0775)

Photo 2.1.8 FM-8800D, Bottom View

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2.1 Main Unit

RTC(05P0804)

Russian Ver.

Photo 2.1.9 FM-8800S, D

Front Panel removed

J14 (Connect to RTC board)

Russian Ver.

Photo 2.1.10 FM-8800S, D

For RTC board connector:J14 on CPU board

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2.1 Main Unit

2.1.9 FM-8800S

PWR (05P0776)

PANEL (05P0772) Tx/Rx (05P0774A)

Photo 2.1.11 FM-8800S, Open View

CR5 (Remains of Key Back Light LED)

3 W/4 ohm SP

PANEL (05P0772)

Photo 2.1.12 FM-8800S/D, Panel

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2.1 Main Unit

2.1.3 Board
J15 (Handset OFF) U36 (LCD CONT) [Printer]: 25 pin [IEC61162-1/Remote]: 37 pin SP J5 (Wing MIC sel.) U20 (DSP) U29 (E2ROM) U31 (RAM) TP1 (38.4 MHz) U30 (H8S CPU)

Y1 (TCXO: 25.6 MHz)

TP2 (25.6 MHz)

J13 (REF OSC: 25.6 MHz) J3 (DUP REF: 25.6 MHz) J11 (CH70 OSC 38.4 MHz) J9 (Tx MIX: 45 MHz out)

Photo 2.1.13 CPU (05P0773), A side

RT1: (+15 VDC Line) RUE900

Photo 2.1.14 CPU (05P0773), B side


U12 (AF AMP) TDA2003H

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2.1 Main Unit

PA (RA35H1516M)

Jumper Between J1 and 2

J3 (ANT) J5 (CH70 ANT and TR ANT: common use)

TP1 (Rx 1st Lo: F+51.2375 MHz)

TP4 (Rx 2nd Lo: 51.2 MHz) J7 (Tx MIX 45 MHz)

TP2 (PLL VCO CONT) J8 (REF OSC: 25.6 MHz)

U13 (Temperature sensor)

Photo 2.1.15 FM-8800S: Tx/Rx (05P0774A)

J1 (DUP OUT) PA (RA35H1516M)

J2 (DUP IN1)

J4 (DUP IN2)

J3 (ANT)

- Tx/Rx (05P0774A) J1, 2, 4 NO - Tx/Rx (05P0774B) J1, 2, 4 YES

* Shield cover removed

Photo 2.1.16 FM-8800D: Tx/Rx (05P0774B)

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2.1 Main Unit

TP4 (1st Lo VCO CONT)

J2 (DUP REF: 25.6 MHz)

TP3 (2nd Lo: 51.2 MHz)

J1 (ANT)

TP1 (1st Lo: F+51.2375 MHz)

Photo 2.1.17 FM-8800D: DUP Rx (05P0777)

J2 (ANT)

TP1 (1st Lo: 118.1625 MHz)

TP4 (2nd Lo: 38.4 MHz) J1 (CH70 OSC: 38.4 MHz)

Photo 2.1.18 CH70 Rx (05P0775)

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2.1 Main Unit

+15 VDC out

J1 #1 to #3: +15 VDC #4: PWR SW P #5: PWR SW M #6 to #8: 0 V

Photo 2.1.19 PWR (05P0776), A side

DC-DC Converter: CBS2002415 T

Photo 2.1.20 PWR (05P0776), B side

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2.1 Main Unit

LCD p.c.b

Photo 2.1.21 PANEL (05P0772), A side

Photo 2.1.22 PANEL (05P0772), B side

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2.1 Main Unit

Russian Ver.

Photo 2.1.23 RTC board (05P0804)

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2.2 Handset/Remote

2.2 Handset/Remote
2.2.1 HS-2003
Ear SP (1.5 mW/150 ohm)

Condenser MIC (-49 dBm/1.6 k ohm)

05P0780

PTT SW

Hanger H=57 mm L=208 mm W=65 mm

Magnet Hanger

Photo 2.2.1 Handset (HS-2003)

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2.2 Handset/Remote

2.2.2 RB-8800/HS-8800

HS-8800 H=77 mm L=208 mm W=140 mm SP (0.5 W/8 ohm) RB-8800

Photo 2.2.2 RB-8800/HS-8800 3 W/4 ohm SP Max. 5 W 05P0782

TB1 05P0779 TB2 TB1 and TB2 are connected in parallel.

TB3 (GND)

Photo 2.2.3 RB-8800, Open view

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2.2 Handset/Remote

2.2.3 RB-8810/HS-8800
Handset: HS-8800

Hanger: RB-8810

0.4 W/8 ohm SP

Hanger H=57 mm L=208 mm W=65 mm

05P0798

Photo 2.2.4 RB-8810/HS-8800

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2.2 Handset/Remote

Condenser MIC (-49 dBm/1.6 k ohm)

Ear SP (1.5 mW/150 ohm)

U2 CPU

PTT SW

05P0781 B side

05P0781 A side

LCD

05P0715 A side

E2ROM

LCD p.c.b

05P0715 B side

Photo 2.2.5 HS-8800

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2.3Junction Box/DMC IF

2.3 Junction Box/DMC IF


2.3.1 Junction Box: IF-8810

H=40 mm L=150 mm W=290 mm Outer size of IF-8810 and DMC IF is the same.

05P0790

Photo 2.3.1 Junction Box

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2.3Junction Box/DMC IF

2.3.2 DMC IF: IF-8820


U1: CPU

05P0778

TP2: GND

TP1: CPU CK (18.432 MHz)

AD0: Not used J4: Termination AD1: Not used

Photo 2.3.2 DMC I/F

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2.4 VHF Console: RC-8800

2.4 VHF Console: RC-8800


330

190

500 IF-8810

Printer (TP-80F)

Photo 2.4.1 VHF Console

Photo 2.4.2 Front cover, Open view

Printer I/F: 05P0541 Power terminal board

Photo 2.4.3 IF-8810, Open view

Photo 2.4.4 Printer, Open view

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2.5 Printer: PP-8800

2.5 Printer: PP-8800

200 180 Installed TP-80F 110 140

240

Printer Connector

+24 VDC

Photo 2.5.1 PP-8800

Photo 2.5.2 PP-8800, Rear panel

Printer I/F: 05P0541

Photo 2.5.3 Cover, Open view

Photo 2.5.4 Pulled out TP-80F

Printer Power supply +5 VDC/6 A Power supply (DC-DC Converter: HGE05006)

Photo 2.5.5 Printer I/F: 05P0541

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Chapter 3. 3.1 Main Menu TreeVer.) Menu List(INTL


3.1 Main Menu List
3.1.1 User menu
To call the below menus, press [MENU] key.
Table 3.1.1 User Menu List

(Program: INTL Ver. 0550215-02/03.xx)

Menu-1

Menu-2
POSITION OLDER

Menu-3
4H 3H 2H 1H 0.5 H DIST/URG SAFETY ROUTINE

Menu-4

Note

ALARM EXT ALARM

ON ON OFF ON OFF

Fixed on ON

COMPLY STATUS UNABLE REASON POSITION CALL POLLING CALL RCVD ORDINARY RCVD DISTRESS TRANSMITTED INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA ERASE

AUTO ACK

ABLE UNABLE NO REASON BUSY EQUIP DISBLD MODE UNAVAIL CH UNAVAIL ON OFF ON OFF

Selects when COMPLY STATUS is UNABLE

ERASE LOG

MEMORY CHANNEL

50 entry Indicates when entering ATIS ID COAST CALL SHIP CALL GROUP CALL PSTN CALL AREA CALL LAT LON TIME

MESSAGE FILE ENTRY

100 entry

For editing message of each CALL type (Refer to the DSC Call menu.)

AUTO POSITION MANUAL

Contd

3-1

3.1 Main Menu List(INTL Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2
XMTD CALL

Menu-3
AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL 8 (0 to 16) 9 (8 to 16) 8 (1 to 16) ON OFF e.g. 432456789

Menu-4

Note

PRINT OUT

RCVD CALL DAILY TEST KEY CLICK EARPIECE LEVEL INTERCOM VOLUME OFF HOOK SPKR SELF ID GROUP ID LIST

VOLUME

It can be set up independently of Remote Handset.

Only for checking MMSI Refer to the next page for set up. GROUP ID for GROUP CALL message recorded in MESSAGE FILE ENTRY menu is displayed. By pressing [Shift] -> [4:IntCom], the recorded name in the left box is indicated to recognize the caller side easily. - DUP Rx board (Yes): FM8800D - DUP Rx board (No): FM8800S FM-8800D and FM-8800S are the same version.

SYSTEM

INTERCOM NAMING

RT: FM8800 1: Handset 1 2: Handset 2 3: Handset 3 4: Handset 4 FM8800D/S 0550215-xx EXT: ENT

PROGRAM VERSION SYSTEM (Option menu)

Password and Jumper setting are necessary to enter the next menu. See 4.1 for details.

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3.1 Main Menu List(INTL Ver.)

3.1.2 Option menu


As for Option menus, call up by the procedure of page 4-1.

Table 3.1.2 System Menu List

System menu
SELF ID GROUP ID LIST

1
ID ENTRY ID CLEAR

Note

GROUP ID for GROUP CALL message recorded in MESSAGE FILE ENTRY menu is displayed. RT: FM8800 1: Handset 1 2: Handset 2 3: Handset 3 4: Handset 4 FM8800D/S 0550215-xx EXT: ENT ON OFF ON OFF ID ENTRY ID CLEAR AREA RIVER RIVER & SEA INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA PRIV XX TX ENABLE RX ENABLE UNABLE DUP SIMP HI LOW By pressing [Shift] -> [4:IntCom], the recorded names in the left box are displayed to recognize the caller side easily. - DUP Rx board (Yes): FM8800D - DUP Rx board (No): FM8800S FM-8800D and FM-8800S are the same version.

INTERCOM NAMING

PROGRAM VERSION AUTO 1W AUTO REVERT

xxxxxxxxx Selectable by recording ATIS ID. No function

ATIS ID CH70 BOARD

CH70 BOARD

MODE

CH CONFIG

CHANNEL TRX DUP/SIMP TX POWER

Switch by pressing [1] or [2] key. When pressing [CANCEL] key, TURN OFF/ON is displayed. And then, turn off the power to record.

Contd

3-3

3.1 Main Menu List(INTL Ver.)

System menu

1
INTL USA/WX

2
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF

Note

CH MODE

CANADA INLND PRIV SCAN

Switch ON/OFF by entering ATIS ID.

SCAN/DW DW ON SP MUTE TIMEOUT TIMER TX POWER OFF ON OFF HI LOW TEMP. REDUCE POWER HI DSC or ATIS MARK SPACE DOT CARRIER INTL RUSSIAN 1 2 8 (1 to 16) ON EEROM PROTECTED OFF

Effective for FM-8800D, Set up ON/OFF for SP at the time of Duplex operation. Effective for USA channel 127 (0 to 255) 127 (0 to 255) 127 (0 to 255) HI LOW

TONE TEST

Select HI power or LOW power, and test by the selected power. Select DSC or ATIS, and test by the selected mode. Output by PTT ON

REGULATION REMOTE ID VDR OUTPUT LEVEL

No function 1: Master 2: Slave

Enter the password: 652111 NO CLEAR MMSI CLEAR ALL CLEAR ** DSC RX TEST ** OUTPUT RX DSC DATA TO NMEA PORT

T/A

Contd

3-4

3.1 Main Menu List(INTL Ver.)

System menu

2
LOOP TEST

3
FSK LOOP REMOTE LOOP NMEA LOOP ALL RAM ROM EEPROM

Note

CPU

MEMORY TEST

PRINTER PROG. VER. LCD TEST BACK LIGHT 1 PANEL UI TEST FM-8800: 0550215-xx 1 to 4 KEY CH VOL SQ PTT HOOK AGC Test out

ALL is automatically executed. And then, RAM, ROM and EEPROM are checked. Prints out FM-8800 PRINTER TEST. The detailed version is displayed after pressing [Shift] -> [1] key 5 times.

User Interface Test

AGC TEST CH70 RX LOOP P: 0 /A: 9066 PLL AGC APC

No function Loop Back Test

155.00 MHz 160.00 MHz 165.00 MHz AGC Test out CH DUP/SIMP xx RX IF LEVEL RX AF NOISE CH70 RX IF LEVEL CH70 RX AF NOISE PLL1 UL LEVEL PLL2 UL LEVEL EXIT: ENT

To set the frequency data of PLL circuit, used in a factory.

No function

TX/RX

STATUS

Monitor the selected state by CH DUP/SIMP xx channel.

Contd

3-5

3.1 Main Menu List(INTL Ver.)

System menu

1
DUP RX

2
PLL AGC

3
155.00 MHz 160.00 MHz 165.00 MHz AGC Test out

Note
To set the frequency data of PLL circuit, use in a factory. No function

TEST DDS/CODEC

DDS P: 100 / A: 19655 4528 L P: 100 / A: 19962 4528 R P: 100 / A: 19803

Input/Output Test for CODEC and DDS

STATION TYPE RESET DSP

SHIP COAST

Not to be changed.

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3.2 DSC Call Menu(INTL Ver.)

3.2 DSC Call Menu

(Program: INTL Ver. 0550215-02/03.xx)

To call DSC CALL message menus as below, press [CALL/MSG] key.


Table 3.2.1 DSC Call Menu List

Menu-1

Menu-2
COAST ID

Menu-3
00________ ROUTINE BUSINESS SAFETY URGENCY DISTRESS SIMPLEX TP DUPLEX TP DATA FAX NO INFO V.21 V.22 V.22 bis V.23 V.26 bis V.26 ter V.27 ter V.32 SELECT CH NO INFO xxxxxxxxx ROUTINE BUSINESS SAFETY URGENCY DISTRESS SIMPLEX TP DUPLEX TP DATA FAX NO INFO V.21 V.22 V.22 bis V.23 V.26 bis V.26 ter V.27 ter V.32 SELECT CH NO INFO

Menu-4

Note

Category

Select Category

TCmd1 COAST CALL

TCmd2

When selecting DATA by the TCmd1

CH SHIP ID

Selects CH from the list according to the TCmd1.

Category

Select Category

TCmd1 SHIP CALL

TCmd2

When selecting DATA by the TCmd1

CH Contd

Selects CH from the list according to the TCmd1.

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3.2 DSC Call Menu(INTL Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2
GROUP ID

Menu-3
0xxxxxxxx ROUTINE BUSINESS SAFETY URGENCY DISTRESS SIMPLEX TP DUPLEX TP DATA FAX NO INFO V.21 V.22 V.22 bis V.23 V.26 bis V.26 ter V.27 ter V.32 SELECT CH NO INFO 00xxxxxx SIMPLEX TP DUPLEX TP NO INFO xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx SAFETY URGENCY DISTRESS SIMPLEX TP DUPLEX TP DATA FAX NO INFO V.21 V.22 V.22 bis V.23 V.26 bis V.26 ter V.27 ter V.32 SELECT CH NO INFO

Menu-4

Note

Category

Select Category

TCmd1 GROUP CALL

TCmd2

When selecting DATA by the TCmd1

CH COAST ID PSTN CALL TCmd1 TCmd2 TEL Category

Selects CH from the list according to the TCmd1.

Fixed on NO INFO Max. 16 digits Select Category

TCmd1

ALL SHIPS TCmd2

When selecting DATA by the TCmd1

CH

xx

Selects CH from the list according to the TCmd1.

Contd

3-8

3.2 DSC Call Menu(INTL Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2
AREA

Menu-3
N/E, S/W ROUTINE BUSINESS SAFETY URGENCY DISTRESS SIMPLEX TP DUPLEX TP DATA FAX NO INFO V.21 V.22 V.22 bis V.23 V.26 bis V.26 ter V.27 ter V.32 SELECT CH NO INFO xxxxxxxxx ROUTINE BUSINESS SAFETY URGENCY DISTRESS POSITION REQUEST NO INFO xxxxxxxxx ROUTINE BUSINESS SAFETY URGENCY DISTRESS POLLING NO INFO URGENCY SAFETY SIMPLEX TP NEUTRAL CRAFT CH16

Menu-4

Note
Designates coordinate

Category

Select Category

TCmd1 AREA CALL

TCmd2

When selecting DATA by the TCmd1

CH SHIP ID

xx

Category POSITION TCmd1 TCmd2 SHIP ID

Select Category

Fixed on POSITION REQUEST Fixed on NO INFO

POLLING

Category

Select Category

TCmd1 TCmd2 Category NEUTRAL TCmd1 TCmd2 CH

Fixed on POLLING Fixed on NO INFO Select Category Fixed on SIMPLEX TP Fixed on NEUTRAL CRAFT Fixed on CH16

Contd

3-9

3.2 DSC Call Menu(INTL Ver.)

Menu-1
MEDICAL

Menu-2
Category TCmd1 TCmd2 CH ID IN DIST TCmd

Menu-3
URGENCY SIMPLEX TP MEDICAL TRSPRT CH16 xxxxxxxxx (NO INFO) DISTRESS RELAY UNDESIGNATED Fire Flooding Collision Grounding Listing Sinking Disabled & Adr Abandoning Piracy Man over board EPIRB AUTO MANUAL NO INFO xx;xx 00xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx (NO INFO) DISTRESS RELAY UNDESIGNATED Fire Flooding Collision Grounding Listing Sinking Disabled & Adr Abandoning Piracy Man over board EPIRB AUTO MANUAL NO INFO xx;xx

Menu-4

Note
Fixed on URGENCY Fixed on SIMPLEX TP Fixed on MEDICAL TRSPRT Fixed on CH16

Fixed on DISTRESS RELAY

NATURE RELAY ALL

POS AT SIMP TP COAST ID ID IN DIST TCmd

GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL Time/Pos.: Manual Time/Pos.: NO INFO Time for Pos. Fixed on CH16

Fixed on DISTRESS RELAY

RELAY SEL

NATURE

POS AT SIMP TP

GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL Time/Pos.: Manual Time/Pos.: NO INFO Time for Pos. Fixed on CH16

Contd

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3.2 DSC Call Menu(INTL Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2

Menu-3
UNDESIGNATED Fire Flooding Collision Grounding Listing Sinking Disabled & Adr Abandoning Piracy Man over board AUTO MANUAL NO INFO xx;xx

Menu-4
Default

Note

NATURE DISTRESS

POS AT SIMP TP

GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL Time/Pos.: Manual Time/Pos.: NO INFO Time for Pos. Fixed on CH16

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3.3 Remote Handset Menu(INTL Ver.)

3.3 Remote Handset Menu

(Program: INTL Ver. 0550216-02.xx)

To call the below menus, press [MENU] key. Setting values in Remote Handset [MENU] and FM-8800S/D [MENU] are the same, and the way of setting also. DSC Call menu from Remote Handset is the same as 3.2 DSC Call menu.
Table 3.3.1 Remote Handset Menu List
Menu-1 Menu-2 Menu-3 4H 3H 2H 1H 0.5 H DIST/URG SAFETY ROUTINE COMPLY STATUS UNABLE REASON POSITION CALL POLLING CALL RCVD ORDINARY RCVD DISTRESS TRANSMITTED INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA ERASE ABLE UNABLE NO REASON BUSY EQUIP DISBLD MODE UNAVAIL CH UNAVAIL ON OFF ON OFF Menu-4 Note

POSTION OLDER ALARM EXT ALARM

ON ON OFF ON OFF

Fixed on ON

AUTO ACK

Selectable when COMPLY STATUS is UNABLE

ERASE LOG

MEMORY CH

50 entry Indicates when entering ATIS ID COAST CALL SHIP CALL GROUP CALL PSTN CALL AREA CALL

MESSAGE FILE

100 entry

For editing message of each CALL type (Refer to the DSC Call menu.)

Contd

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3.3 Remote Handset Menu(INTL Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2 AUTO

Menu-3 LAT LON TIME AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL 8 (0 to 16) 9 (8 to 16) 8 (1 to 16) ON OFF e.g. 432456789

Menu-4

Note

POSITION

MANUAL XMTD CALL

PRINT OUT

RCVD CALL DAILY TEST KEY CLICK EARPIECE LEVEL INTERCOM VOLUME OFF HOOK SPKR SELF ID GROUP ID LIST

VOLUME

SYSTEM

INTERCOM NAMING

PROGRAM VERSION

Checks only MMSI Transceiver unit executes the setting. GROUP ID for GROUP CALL message recorded in MESSAGE FILE ENTRY menu is displayed. By pressing [Shift] -> [4:IntCom], the recorded name in the left box are displayed to find the other side easily. - DUP Rx board (Yes): FM8800D - DUP Rx board (No): FM8800S FM-8800D and FM-8800S are the same version.

Alternative Operations - Turn on the power while pressing [MENU] key. Set the ID number for Handset (See Chapter 4 System Setting for details.) - Turn on the power while pressing [TEST] key. Test mode of Handset (See Chapter 8 Maintenance for details.) - Adjustment of Dimmer [SHIFT] -> [2] - Adjustment of Contrast [SHIFT] -> [SHIFT], [LOG] or CHANNEL knob

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3.4 Main Menu List (Russian Ver.)

3.4 Main Menu List


3.4.1 User menu

(Program: Russian Ver. 0550220-01.xx)

To call the below menus, press [MENU] key.


Table 3.4.1 User Menu List

Menu-1

Menu-2
POSITION OLDER

Menu-3
4H 3H 2H 1H 0.5H DIST/URG SAFETY ROUTINE

Menu-4

Note

ALARM EXT ALARM

ON ON OFF ON OFF

Fixed on ON

COMPLY STATUS UNABLE REASON POSITION CALL POLLING CALL RCVD ORDINARY RCVD DISTRESS TRANSMITTED INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA ERASE 100 entry AUTO POSITION MANUAL

AUTO ACK

ABLE UNABLE NO REASON BUSY EQUIP DISBLD MODE UNAVAIL CH UNAVAIL ON OFF ON OFF

Selects when COMPLY STATUS is UNABLE

ERASE LOG

ERASE xxxx ARE YOU SURE? YES NO

MEMORY CHANNEL

50 entry Indicates when entering ATIS ID COAST CALL SHIP CALL GROUP CALL PSTN CALL LAT LON TIME

MESSAGE FILE ENTRY

For editing message of each CALL type (Refer to the DSC Call menu.)

Contd

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3.4 Main Menu List (Russian Ver.)

Menu-1
RTC

Menu-2
DATE TIME XMTD CALL

Menu-3
2006-03-27 06:32:55 AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL 8 (0 to 16) 9 (8 to 16) 8 (1 to 16) ON OFF ENABLE

Menu-4

Note
Time stamp of Communication LOG ZDA>RMC>Manual

PRINT OUT

RCVD CALL DAILY TEST KEY CLICK EARPIECE LEVEL INTERCOM VOLUME OFF HOOK SPKR

VOLUME

It can be set up independently of Remote Handset.

AUTO CH

AUTO CH

DISABLE

PSTN CH

PSTN CH

00

SPECIAL CALL

NEUTRAL CALL MEDICAL CALL SELF ID GROUP ID LIST

ABLE UNABLE ABLE UNABLE e.g. 432456789

The state of AUTO ACK is set to ON and ON-HOOK. When received the INDVIDUAL/ROUTINE call, Communication CH changes automatically after returning AUTO ACK. - ENABLE: Auto change, - DISABLE: Manual change When not specifying TEL CH from COAST with PSTN CALL of from COAST to SHIP, assign the CH, which is set in this time, to ACK BQ message. When setting ABLE, NEUTRAL CALL and MEDICAL CALL in SPECIAL menu of CALL TYPE for DSC are selectable. Only for checking MMSI Refer to the next page for set up. GROUP ID for GROUP CALL message recorded in MESSAGE FILE ENTRY menu is displayed. By pressing [Shift] -> [4:IntCom], the recorded name in the left box is indicated to recognize the caller side easily. - DUP Rx board (Yes): FM8800D - DUP Rx board (No): FM8800S FM-8800D and FM-8800S are the same version.

SYSTEM

INTERCOM NAMING

RT: FM8800 1: Handset 1 2: Handset 2 3: Handset 3 4: Handset 4 FM8800D/S 0550220-01 EXT: ENT

PROGRAM VERSION SYSTEM (Option menu)

Password and Jumper setting are necessary to enter the next menu. See 4.1 for details.

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3.4 Main Menu List (Russian Ver.)

3.4.2 Option menu

(Program: Russian Ver. 0550220-01.xx) As for Option menus, call up by the procedure of page 4-1.
Table 3.4.2 System Menu List

System menu
SELF ID

1
ID ENTRY ID CLEAR

Note

GROUP ID LIST RT: FM8800 1: Handset 1 2: Handset 2 3: Handset 3 4: Handset 4 FM8800D/S 0550220-01 EXT: ENT ON OFF ON OFF ID ENTRY ID CLEAR AREA CH70 BOARD CH70 BOARD INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA PRIV XX TX ENABLE RX ENABLE UNABLE DUP SIMP HI LOW RIVER RIVER & SEA

INTERCOM NAMING

PROGRAM VERSION

GROUP ID for GROUP CALL message recorded in MESSAGE FILE ENTRY menu is displayed. By pressing [Shift] -> [4:IntCom], the recorded names in the left box are displayed to recognize the caller side easily. -DUP Rx board (Yes): FM8800D -DUP Rx board (No): FM8800S FM-8800D and FM-8800S are the same version.

AUTO 1W AUTO REVERT

xxxxxxxxx Selectable by recording ATIS ID. No function

ATIS ID

MODE

CH CONFIG

CHANNEL TRX DUP/SIMP TX POWER

Switch by pressing [1] or [2] key. When pressing [CANCEL] key, TURN OFF/ON is displayed. And then, turn off the power to record.

Contd

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3.4 Main Menu List (Russian Ver.)

System menu

1
INTL USA/WX

2
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF

Note

CH MODE

CANADA INLND PRIV SCAN

Switch ON/OFF by entering ATIS ID.

SCAN/DW DW ON SP MUTE TIMEOUT TIMER TX POWER OFF ON OFF HI LOW TEMP. REDUCE POWER HI DSC or ATIS MARK SPACE DOT CARRIER INTL RUSSIAN 1 2 8 (1 to 16) ON EEROM PROTECTED OFF

Effective for FM-8800D, Set up ON/OFF for SP at the time of Duplex operation. Effective for USA channel 170(0 - 255) 44(0 - 255) 134(0 - 255) HI LOW

TONE TEST

Select HI power or LOW power, and test by the selected power. Select DSC or ATIS, and test by the selected mode. Output by PTT ON

REGULATION REMOTE ID VDR OUTPUT LEVEL

Should be set RUSSIAN No function 1: Master 2: Slave

Enter the password: 652111 NO CLEAR MMSI CLEAR ALL CLEAR ** DSC RX TEST ** OUTPUT RX DSC DATA TO NMEA PORT

T/A

Contd

3-17

3.4 Main Menu List (Russian Ver.)

System menu

2
LOOP TEST

3
FSK LOOP REMOTE LOOP NMEA LOOP ALL RAM ROM EEPROM

Note

CPU

MEMORY TEST

PRINTER PROG. VER. LCD TEST BACK LIGHT 1 PANEL UI TEST FM-8800: 0550220-01 1-4 KEY CH VOL SQ PTT HOOK AGC Test out

ALL is automatically executed. And then, RAM, ROM and EEPROM are checked. Prints out FM-8800 PRINTER TEST. The detailed version is displayed after pressing [Shift] -> [1] key 5 times.

User Interface Test

AGC TEST CH70 RX LOOP P: 0 /A: 9066 PLL AGC APC

No function Loop Back Test

155.00 MHz 160.00 MHz 165.00 MHz AGC Test out CH DUP/SIMP xx RX IF LEVEL RX AF NOISE CH70 RX IF LEVEL CH70 RX AF NOISE PLL1 UL LEVEL PLL2 UL LEVEL EXIT: ENT

To set the frequency data of PLL circuit, used in a factory.

No function

TX/RX

STATUS

Monitor the selected state by CH DUP/SIMP xx channel.

Contd

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3.4 Main Menu List (Russian Ver.)

System menu

2
PLL

3
155.00 MHz 160.00 MHz 165.00 MHz AGC Test out

Note
To set the frequency data of PLL circuit, use in a factory. No function

DUP RX AGC TEST DDS/CODEC DDS P: 100 / A: 19655 4528 L P: 100 / A: 19962 4528 R P: 100 / A: 19803

Input/Output Test for CODEC and DDS

STATION TYPE RESET DSP

SHIP COAST M943-11

Not to be changed. When setting to M943-11, TCmd1, TCmd2 of RX message is checked. If it is TCmd which is not defined as M943-11, it does not receive,

COMPATIBLE

M943-10

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3.5 DSC Call Menu (Russian Ver.)

3.5 DSC Call Menu

(Program: Russian Ver. 0550220-01.xx)

To call DSC CALL message menus as below, press [CALL/MSG] key.


Table 3.5.1 DSC Call Menu List

Menu-1

Menu-2
COAST ID Category TCmd1 TCmd2

Menu-3
00________ ROUTINE SAFETY URGENCY TELEPHONE DATA NO INFO

Menu-4

Note
Select Category When the category is SAFETY or URGENCY, TELEPHONE is fixed. - When the category is Safety, CH is selected from CH list when selecting SELECT CH. Also, the optional CH can be inputted when selecting MANUAL. - When the category is URGENCY, CH16 is fixed. - When the category is ROUTINE, NO INFO is fixed. Fixed on RQ

COAST CALL CH NO INFO

EOS SHIP ID Category TCmd1 TCmd2 SHIP CALL

RQ xxxxxxxxx ROUTINE SAFETY URGENCY TELEPHONE DATA NO INFO SELECT CH

Select Category When the category is SAFETY or URGENCY, TELEPHONE is fixed. - When the category is ROUTINE, SAFETY, CH is selected from SIMP-CH list when selecting SELECT CH. Also, the optional CH can be inputted when selecting MANUAL. - When the category is URGENCY, CH16 is fixed. Also, Non-MANUAL display. Fixed on RQ Fixed on TELEPHONE Fixed on NO INFO When selecting SELECT CH, CH is selected from SIMP-CH list. Also, the optional CH can be inputted when selecting MANUAL. Fixed on EOS

CH MANUAL

EOS GROUP ID TCmd1 TCmd2 GROUP CALL CH EOS Contd

RQ 0xxxxxxxx TELEPHONE NO INFO SELECT CH NO INFO EOS

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3.5 DSC Call Menu (Russian Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2
COAST ID TCmd1

Menu-3
00xxxxxx ALLMODES TP DUPLEX TP DATA NO INFO xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx RQ SAFETY URGENCY TELEPHONE NO INFO SELECT CH

Menu-4

Note
Specify the CH setting by [MENU] -> PSTN CH. Fixed on NO INFO Max. 16 digits

PSTN CALL TCmd2 TEL EOS Category TCmd1 TCmd2 ALL SHIPS CH

xx

MANUAL EOS SHIP ID Category POSITION TCmd1 TCmd2 EOS STATION ID Category TCmd1 TCmd2 EOS EOS xxxxxxxxx SAFETY POSITION REQUEST NO INFO RQ xxxxxxxxx SAFETY TEST NO INFO RQ

Fixed on TELEPHONE Fixed on NO INFO - When the category is SAFETY, CH is selected from SIMP-CH list when selecting SELECT CH. Also, the optional CH can be inputted when selecting MANUAL. - When the category is URGENCY, CH16 is fixed. Also, Non-MANUAL display. Fixed on EOS Fixed on SAFETY Fixed on POSITION REQUEST Fixed on NO INFO Fixed on RQ Fixed on SAFETY Fixed on TEST Fixed on NO INFO Fixed on RQ

TEST

Contd

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3.5 DSC Call Menu (Russian Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2
ID IN DIST TCmd

Menu-3
xxxxxxxxx (NO INFO) DISTRESS RELAY UNDESIGNATED Fire Flooding Collision Grounding Listing Sinking Disabled & Adr Abandoning Piracy Man over board EPIRB AUTO MANUAL NO INFO xx;xx EOS 00xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx (NO INFO) DISTRESS RELAY UNDESIGNATED Fire Flooding Collision Grounding Listing Sinking Disabled & Adr Abandoning Piracy Man over board EPIRB AUTO MANUAL NO INFO xx;xx RQ

Menu-4

Note

Fixed on DISTRESS RELAY

NATURE RELAY ALL

POS AT
TELEPHONE

GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL Time/Pos.: Manual input Time/Pos.: NO INFO Time for Pos. Fixed on EOS

EOS COAST ID ID IN DIST TCmd

Fixed on DISTRESS RELAY

NATURE RELAY SEL

POS AT
TELEPHONE

EOS Contd

GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL Time/Pos.: Manual input Time/Pos.: NO INFO Time for Pos. Fixed on CH16 Fixed on RQ

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3.5 DSC Call Menu (Russian Ver.)

Menu-1

Menu-2

Menu-3
NEUTRAL CRAFT Category TCmd1

Menu-4
URGENCY TELEPHONE NEUTRAL CRAFT CH16 EOS

Note
Fixed on NEUTRAL CRAFT Fixed on URGENCY Fixed on TELEPHONE Fixed on NEUTRAL CRAFT Fixed on CH16 Fixed on EOS Fixed on MEDICAL TRANSPORT

NEUTRAL

TCmd2 CH EOS MEDICAL TRANSPORT Category TCmd1 TCmd2 CH EOS UNDESIGNATED Fire Flooding Collision Grounding Listing Sinking Disabled & Adr Abandoning Piracy Man over board AUTO MANUAL NO INFO xx;xx EOS

SPECIAL
NOTE)

MEDICAL

URGENCY TELEPHONE MEDICAL TRANSPORT CH16 EOS

Fixed on URGENCY Fixed on TELEPHONE Fixed on MEDICAL TRANSPORT Fixed on CH16 Fixed on EOS Default

NATURE

DISTRESS

POS AT
TELEPHONE EOS

GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL Time/Pos.: Manual Time/Pos.: NO INFO Time for Pos. Fixed on EOS

Note; When setting NEUTRAL, MEDICAL of [MENU] -> SPACIAL CALL to ABLE, these menus can be opened.

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3.6 Remote Handset MenuRussian Ver.

3.6 Remote Handset Menu (Program: Russian Ver. 0550221-01.xx)


To call the below menus, press [MENU] key. Setting values in Remote Handset [MENU] and FM-8800S/D [MENU] are the same, and the way of setting also. DSC Call menu from Remote Handset is the same as 3.5 DSC Call menu.
Table 3.6.1 Remote Handset Menu List

Menu-1

Menu-2
POSITION OLDER

Menu-3
4H 3H 2H 1H 0.5H DIST/URG SAFETY ROUTINE

Menu-4

Note

ALARM EXT ALARM

ON ON OFF ON OFF

Fixed on ON

COMPLY STATUS UNABLE REASON POSITION CALL POLLING CALL RCVD ORDINARY RCVD DISTRESS TRANSMITTED INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA ERASE 100 entry

AUTO ACK

ABLE UNABLE NO REASON BUSY EQUIP DISBLD MODE UNAVAIL CH UNAVAIL ON OFF ON OFF

Selectable when COMPLY STATUS is UNABLE

ERASE LOG

ERASE xxxx ARE YOU SURE? YES NO

MEMORY CHANNEL

50 entry Indicates when entering ATIS ID COAST CALL SHIP CALL GROUP CALL PSTN CALL

MESSAGE FILE ENTRY

For editing message of each CALL type (Refer to the DSC Call menu.)

Contd

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3.6 Remote Handset MenuRussian Ver.

Menu-1
POSITION

Menu-2
AUTO MANUAL DATE TIME XMTD CALL

Menu-3
LAT LON TIME 2006-03-27 06:32:55 AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL 8 (0 to 16) 9 (8 to 16) 8 (1 to 16) ON OFF ENABLE DISABLE 00 ABLE UNABLE ABLE UNABLE e.g. 432456789

Menu-4

Note

RTC

PRINT OUT

RCVD CALL DAILY TEST KEY CLICK EARPIECE INTERCOM OFF HOOK SPKR AUTO CH PSTN CH NETRAL CALL MEDICAL CALL SELF ID GROUP ID LIST

VOLUME

AUTO CH PSTN CH SPECIAL CALL

Checks only MMSI Transceiver unit executes the setting. GROUP ID for GROUP CALL message recorded in MESSAGE FILE ENTRY menu is displayed. By pressing [Shift] -> [4:IntCom], the recorded name in the left box are displayed to find the other side easily. - DUP Rx board (Yes): FM8800D - DUP Rx board (No): FM8800S FM-8800D and FM-8800S are the same version.

SYSTEM

INTERCOM NAMING

RT: FM8800 1: Handset 1 2: Handset 2 3: Handset 3 4: Handset 4 FM8800D/S 0550220-01 EXT: ENT

PROGRAM VERSION

Alternative Operations - Turn on the power while pressing [MENU] key. Set the ID number for Handset (See Chapter 4 System Setting for details.) - Turn on the power while pressing [TEST] key. Test mode of Handset (See Chapter 8 Maintenance for details.) - Adjustment of Dimmer [SHIFT] -> [2] - Adjustment of Contrast [SHIFT] -> [SHIFT], [LOG] or CHANNEL knob

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Chapter 4. Systemup for Option Menu 4.1 Call Setting


Adjustment of LCD Dimmer: [SHIFT] -> [2] Adjustment of LCD Contrast: [SHIFT] -> [SHIFT], [LOG] or CHANNEL knob

4.1 Call up for Option Menu


MMSI, Channel and Power settings can be set up by going to SYSTEM menu and then to option. Following is the procedure. Procedure 1. With the power off, make a jumper connection between 2 and 15 of [PRINTER] port. Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810. However, it is correspondence from production in December 2005.
Case-1)

Jumper between #2 and #15

PRINTER

- OR Case-2)

FM-8800S/D
CPU (05P0773)
1 2 3 4 13 14 15 16

J1: [PRINTER]
STROBE N D0 D1 D2 SELECT ALF N ERROR N INIT N

IF-8810
Jumper #2 - #15

IF-8810

TB1 J2: [IEC61162-1/REMOTE]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 +15VDC +15VDC +15VDC +15VDC N.C N.C TXD(H) RXD(C)

jumper connection between 25 and 26


24 25 26 27

Jumper #25 - #26


NOT USED-1 NOT USED-2

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4.1 Call up for Option Menu

2. Turn on the power and press [MENU] key. Then menu list comes on. 3. Select SYSTEM using the [] key from the menu list and press [ENT] key.
* SYSTEM SETUP MENU * SELF ID ----------GROUP ID LIST INTERCOM NAMING PROGRAM VERSION

4. Enter the password [x][x][x][x][x][x]. Then mark appears to the left of PROGRAM VERSION and all of the system menus are called up.
* SYSTEM SETUP MENU * SELF ID ----------GROUP ID LIST INTERCOM NAMING PROGRAM VERSION

Additional mark

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4.2 ID Setting

4.2 ID Setting
4.2.1 SELF ID
When your own ID (MMSI) is not registered FM-8800S/D becomes the only operable VHF function. 1. DSC communication is not available. Even if you press CALL key, NO MMSI comes on, switch to DSC display can not be made, and editing DSC TX message can not be done. 2. Even if you press [LOG] key, NO MMSI comes on, and DSC logs does not open. 3. Distress Alert, All Ship Calls, Group Call and Area Call for the DSC cannot be received. 4. Even if the position data are not inputted, alarm informing the input error of position data does not go off.
INTL Hi Rx INTL

16

Hi Rx

16
INTL

AUTO ACK WATCH CH 70 LAT : 35 10 N 10 : 10 UTC LON : 135 11 E AUTO

DSC NOT USABLE LAT : 35 10 N 10 : 10 UTC LON : 135 11 E AUTO

INTL Ver. : Registered screen for MMSI

INTL Ver. : Non-registered screen for MMSI

INTL

Hi Rx

16

Hi Rx

16
12:12 UTC AUTO

AUTO ACK AUTO CH: ENA LAT : 34 45.1111 N 12:12 LON : 135 45.1111 E UTC MMSI 432456789 AUTO

DSC NOT USABLE LAT : 34 45.1111 N LON : 135 45.1111 E MMSI ---------------

Russian Ver. : Registered screen for MMSI

Russian Ver. : Non-registered screen for MMSI

NOTE) In Russsian Ver., when turning on the power with the unregistered MMSI, This unit CANT send any DSC calls until ships MMSI is entered. Press any key! pop-up menu is displayed.

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4.2 ID Setting

Procedure 1. Call up the option menu. See page.4-1 for details. [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] -> Input the password -> [ENT] 2. Select SELF ID ______ and press [ENT] key. 3. ID ENTRY and ID CLEAR pop-up menus will appear.
ID ENTRY ID CLEAR

4. Select ID ENTRY and press [ENT] key. 5. Enter your own ships MMSI and press [ENT] key. How to clear /edit registered MMSI To clear the registered MMSI: By the second operation mentioned in above Procedure section, select ID CLEAR and press [ENT] key. To update the registered MMSI: By the second operation in above Procedure section, select ID ENTRY, then ID CLEAR to input new MMSI.

4.2.2 GROUP ID
GROUP ID can be registered by [MENU] -> MESSAGE FILE ENTRY. Up to the maximum of 100 IDs can be registered. Confirmation of registered ID can be done by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> GROUP ID LIST. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> MESSAGE FILE ENTRY.
* MESSAGE FILE 1: SAKURA MARU 2: KOBE MARU 3: 8: /13 *

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4.2 ID Setting

2. Bring a cursor onto the file number to register and press [ENT] key.
COAST CALL SHIP CALL GROUP CALL PSTN CALL AREA CALL COAST CALL SHIP CALL GROUP CALL PSTN CALL

INTL Ver.

Russian Ver.

3. Bring a cursor onto GROUP CALL and press [ENT] key. GROUP ID consists of 9 digits that starts from 0.
MESSAGE FILE x ENTRY CALL TYPE: GROUP CALL GROUP ID: 0 ROUTINE TCmd1: SIMPLEX TP TCmd2: NO INFO CH: 16 NAME: REGIST ERASE MESSAGE FILE x ENTRY CALL TYPE: GROUP CALL GROUP ID: 0 ROUTINE TCmd1: TELEPHONE TCmd2: NO INFO CH: 16 NAME: REGIST ERASE

INTL Ver.

Russian Ver.

4. Bring a cursor onto GROUP ID and press [ENT] key, then enter ID number. 5. Enter easily recognizable name. (NAME in Max. 16 characters) 6. Bring a cursor onto REGIST and press [ENT] key to enter ID number. How to erase registered GROUP ID Select the number to clear by [MENU] -> MESSAGE FILE ENTRY and press [ENT] key which brings MESSAGE FILE x ENTRY display on and then, bring a cursor onto ERASE and press [ENT] key. How to confirm GROUP ID Confirm by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> GROUP ID LIST. The registered file number and ID will be displayed.
GROUP LIST 1/1 1: 012345678 2: 043256789

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4.2 ID Setting

4.2.3 Setting Remote Handset ID


Transceiver unit can be connected to a maximum 4 Handsets (RB-8800/HS-8800 and/or RB-8810/HS-8800). A parallel connection is made with the data line between Transceiver unit and Remote Handsets. Communication between each Remote Handset and Transceiver unit is carried out on the basis of ID number set up for each Remote Handset. When more than one handset is connected, set up each Remote Handset with different ID. If the same ID number is in use with different Handset, the system does not function properly. Procedure 1. Turn on the power of Transceiver unit while pressing Remote Handsets [Menu] key. Other way, Unplug Remote Handset from RB-8800/8810 and then plug it back in. 2. Indicated information in the box below will be displayed on the handset monitor, which brings you to handset ID setup mode.
Version No. 0550216-01.0x Now ID=1 Input New ID (14) =

3. Enter numerical ID that you like to set up and press inputted ID numbers will go into Now ID in the bottom of the handset monitor above 4. Turn off the power. 5. Take the same procedures from 1 through 4 to set up the ID numbers for other Remote Handsets.

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4.2 ID Setting

Prioritizing of Remote Handset The lower the ID number, the higher the priority level. - Priority in this case means that indication/display of the Remote Handsets detailed program Ver. starts with the lowest ID number on top followed by the second lowest ID number down to other program versions with higher ID numbers. Confirmation can be made by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> TEST -> CPU -> PROG.VER.
PROGRAM VERSION FM-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 IF-8820 : 0550215-02 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550217-01

- Remote Handset version number is indicated from a low ID number in order. - Version number of the unconnected unit is not indicated.

- Remote Handset program updating is carried out from a low ID number in order. - Remote Handset priority is carried out from a low ID number in order. Transceiver unit > Remote-1 > Remote-2 > Remote-3 > Remote-4 Wing MIC though, has no correlation with above-mentioned contents. For example, when Wing MIC is in use, Transceiver units MIC and Remote Handset cannot be used. Also, when Transceiver units MIC and Remote Handset are in use, Wing MIC cannot be used.

4.2.4 INTERCOM NAMING


Assign a name to Transceiver unit and Remote Handset. (Ex. assigning a name to the location of installed Remote Handset lets you know easily which where Remote Handset that you called is when using INTERCOM.) When using INTERCOM, a assigned name will be displayed on both Transceiver unit and Remote Handset side. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> INTERCOM NAMING and press [ENT] key. Then, Intercom Naming Menu will appear.
* Intercom Naming Menu * RT: FM-8800 1: Handset 1 2: Handset 2 3: Handset 3 4: Handset 4

The connected Remote Handset (the assigned name) is displayed. Handset display number is Remote Handset number which is set up by the section 4.2.3.

2. Select item to be set up and press [ENT] key, which will open a pop-up window with currently assigned name in it. Then, register a new name and press [ENT] key. (Max. 12 characters)

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4.2 ID Setting

How to use INTERCOM INTERCOM can be used between two Remote Handsets, and/or, between a Remote Handset and Transceiver unit. While INTERCOM is being used callers Intercom Naming: OCCUPIED xxxxx is displayed on other Handset, which is meant to indicate that the intercom is in use. To call up Remote Handset from Transceiver unit is as below. Same procedure is to be taken when connecting between Remote Handsets, and/or, between a Remote Handset and Transceiver unit. INTERCOM time out is 5 minutes. If the call is not picked up in 5 minutes (OFF HOOK), the call is automatically cancelled. 1. Press [SHIFT] -> [4:IntCom] key.
* Intercom Call Menu * RT: FM-8800 1: Handset 1 2: Handset 2 3: Handset 3 4: Handset 4

Intercom Naming is displayed.

2. Select Remote Handset to call up and press [ENT] key. 3. When a Handset is called up the beep goes off and the callers assigned ID will be shown on the display of the Handset called up at the same time. To cancel your call, press [CANCEL] key. Both Transceiver unit and Remote Handset return to their normal display.
INTERCOM FM-8800

4. INTERCOM communication is started. Note: You can adjust the volume by [MENU] -> VOLUME -> INTERCOM VOLUME. This adjustment can be made with either Transceiver unit side or each Remote Handset side. However, this function is currently inoperative. (2005/5)

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4.2 ID Setting

4.2.5 Setting of Transceiver unit function ID


This function is currently inoperative. (2005/5) By setting up the Transceiver unit function ID in the put equipment side by side, the next control can be carried out from one of FM-8800S/D. For example: - Prevention of incoming Tx noise. VHF transmitting signals output MUTE signal and one of VHF detecting it goes into a state of MUTE. To set this function available, you have to go to [MENU] -> SYSTEM ->SP MUTE and then choose ON. - Alarm Reset Function When incoming DSC message, alarm goes off from VHFs. If you reset the alarm on one of VHFs, alarm reset signal is outputted which resets the alarm for the other VHF. A connection to make function REMOTE ID effective
IF-8810 [IEC61162/Remote] From/To Reomte Station

25: DATA A FM-8800S/D 26: DATA B

J3-3 J3-4

30: DATA A 31: DATA B

[IEC61162/Remote]

40: DATA A 41: DATA B

25 26 FM-8800S/D

Fig. 4.2.1 Connection of VHFs

Procedure for setup e.g. 1. Go to [MENU] -> REMOTE ID and press [ENT] key with No.1 VHF. 1: REMOTE ID= 1: Master (Polling station) 2: REMOTE ID2: Slave 2. For example, select 1 and press [ENT] key. 3. Go to [MENU] -> REMOTE ID and press [ENT] key with No.2 VHF. 4. Select 2 and press [ENT] key.

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4.2 ID Setting

4.2.6 ATIS ID Setting


ATIS (Automatic Transmitter Identification System) automatically transmits at the end of each transmission. This is monitored by authorities to keep surveillance over illegal transmission. When ATIS ID is set up, following menus can be set up as well. 1. INLND-WA set up by [MENU] -> MEMORY CHANNEL 2. ON/OFF set up by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> CH MODE -> INLND 3. RIVER/RIVER&SEA set up by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> ATIS ID -> AREA - In case of REVER, INLND-WA will be the only available when set up by [SYSTEM] -> SYSTEM -> CH MODE. INTL, USA, CANADA and PRIV cannot be used. - In case of REVER & SEA, All set up by [SYSTEM] -> SYSTEM -> CH MODE can be set ON/OFF. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> ATIS ID and press [ENT] key. 2. Select ATIS ID and press [ENT] key. Below pop-up window will appear.
ID ENTRY ID CLEAR AREA

3. Select ID ENTRY and press [ENT] key. 4. Input ATIS ID of the own ship and press [ENT] key. 5. Bring a cursor onto ATIS ID again and press [ENT] key. A pop-up window of the step 2 will appear. 6. Select AREA first and then, select the operation area of the own ship, RIVER or RIVER & SEA, then press [ENT] key. How to clear/edit registered ATIS ID To clear ATIS ID: As just mentioned in the second procedure above, select ID CLEAR and press [ENT] key. To edit ATIS ID: Take the same procedure and select ID ENTRY then edit or select ID CLEAR to register new ATIS ID.

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4.2 ID Setting

Outline of ATIS The operating INLAND channel transmits ATIS signals. When carrying this out is: - When a continuous transmission takes place, at the end of each transmission. - When transmitting continuously, ATIS signal is transmitted every 5 minutes. TX output is normal and audio(voice) input is automatically set to OFF during a ATIS signal transmission. The system is a synchronous system using a ten-unit error-detecting code. The first seven bits of the ten-unit code are information bits. Bits 8, 9 and 10 indicate, in the form of a binary number, the number of B elements that occur in the seven information bits, a Y element being a binary number 1 and a B element being a binary number 0. - Modulation frequency: 1300 Hz (Y=1) and 2100 Hz (B=0) - Modulation rate: 1200 baud - Modulation index: 1.0 + 10% - Format
Dot pattern 20 bits Phasing 6 DX(125) 8 RX(111 to 104) Format specifier 2 identical symbols (121: 2 times) Identification 5 symbols (2 times) End of sequence 3 DX(127) 1 RX(127) Error check 1 symbol (2 times)

ATIS ID can be modulated by call sign. ID consists of : Z MID X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 - Z: represents the figure 9 - MID: represents the MID (Maritime Identification Digits) for R/R (Radio Regulations) - X3 to X6: shall contain the number of the call sign shall contain a figure representing the second letter of the call sign, - X1 to X2: wherein 01 represents A, 02 represents B, -----. For example, when the call sign is PC8075 and MID is Netherlands 244, ATIS ID is: Call sign ATIS ID Signal Constitution 9 92 P 244 44 C 80 03 03 80 80 75 75 75
ATIS ID, which is set up by 244038075

Note: The first letter of the call sign (P): represents the country, so it is displaced to MID.

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4.3 System Setting: User Menu

4.3 System Setting: User Menu


4.3.1 ALARM
1. POSITION OLDER When manually setting up the positioning data by [MENU] -> POSITION, and update is not set up within a designated time, alarm is outputted. Select the setup time from 0.5, 1, 2, 3 and 4 H. The factory setting value is 4 H. In the rule, when updating is not made more than 4 hours, alarm output will be requested. When data is not updated within 23.5 hours, data will be erased and will not be used. It is not included in the Distress Alert Message, Position Request etc. A position data inputted by MANUAL can be erased with turning the power OFF.
* SETUP MENU * ALARM AUTO ACK ERASE LOG MEMORY CHANNEL MESSAGE FILE ENTRY [ENT] * ALARM MENU * POS. OLDER 4H EXT ALARM [ENT] 4H 3H 2H 1H 0.5H

Note: The sentence to be received is IEC61162-1. - Position: GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL - Date: ZDA>RMC - Time: ZDA>GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL As for the manual input, when the positioning data is inputted from GPS, switch to the GPS data automatically. As for alarm output Alarm output when a position update can not be made manually - Output interval: Every POSITION OLDER setup - Alarm output: 2200 Hz (50 ms), 3 times every 2 seconds - Pop-up message: Warning: Update Pos. Alarm output when manual input of position is interrupted - Output interval: Every minute - Alarm output: 2200 Hz (50 ms), 3 times every 2 seconds - Pop-up message: GPS ERROR Measure to be taken when data are interrupted is the same one taken when updating the position manually. Data is stored for 23.5 hours.

** Note that when using GPS data, manual input is not available.

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4.3 System Setting: User Menu

2. EXT ALARM This is to set up the external alarm, which is in relation with a category of received DSC message. In Distress (DIS) or Urgency (URG) category, this is always set to ON. In ROUTINE or SAFETY categories, ON/OFF set up can be made. All factory settings are ON. To stop alarm output: - DIS/URG: Until you press [CANCEL] key. - SAFETY: Automatically stops 2 minutes after receiving, or until [CANCEL] key is pressed. - ROUTINE: Automatically stops 2 minutes after receiving, or until [CANCEL] key is pressed. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> ALARM and press [ENT] key. 2. Select EXT ALARM. Set up the category to output EXT ALRM and press [ENT] key.
* SETUP MENU * ALARM AUTO ACK ERASE LOG MEMORY CHANNEL MESSAGE FILE ENTRY [ENT] * ALARM MENU * POS. OLDER 4H EXT ALARM [ENT] DIS/URG:ON SAFETY: OFF ROUTINE: ON [ENT] ON OFF

[IEC61162/REMOT]

EXT ALM output; Normal Open


EXT ALM Cont.

CPU (05P0773)
Q2 2SK3022
CR2 DSM10C

Junction box (IF-8810)

EXT ALM_N 0V

11 12

J2-1 J2-2

TB-6 TB-7

EXT ALM

C31 0.01u

C29 0.01u

Recommendation: Less than 0.5 A for loading EXT ALM Maximum rating of 2SK3022 - VDSS (Drain source voltage): 60 VDC - VGSS (Gate source voltage): +20 VDC - ID (Drain current): +5 A (DC), +10 A (Pulse) - Pd (Maximum power loss): 10 W

Maximum rating of DSM 10 C - IF (Forward current): 1 A - VRM (Reverse tolerance pressure): 200 V

[IEC61162/REMOT]

EXT ALM output; Normal Close 2006/6 and after


U44 PS7241 1B F3
3 1 EXT ALM Cont. 2 4 C31 0.01u

CPU (05P0773)
CR2 DSM10C

Junction box (IF-8810)

EXT ALM_H EXT ALM_C

11 12

J2-1 J2-2

TB-6 TB-7

EXT ALM

C29 0.01u

Maximum rating; 50V/80mA

Fig. 4.3.1 EXT ALM System Diagram

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4.3 System Setting: User Menu

4.3.2 AUTO ACK


Select AUTO or MANUAL by [SHIFT] -> [5:ACK] whether to respond (BQ: COMPLY STATUS) to Ship call, Coast Call, Position Call and Polling Call can be set up. With AUTO, BQ is transmitted automatically, and with MANUAL, BQ is transmitted manually.
- Ship Call - Coast Call - Position Call - Polling Call 1. ACK Request 2. ACK BQ (COMPLY STATUS)

AUTO ACK setting - ATUO or MANUAL - COMPLY STATUS: ABLE/UNABLE

Note; Polling Call is deleted in Russian Ver.

Note: Normally, receives call-up for all ships, a channel in use by [CANCEL] -> [ENT] is automatically changed to CH16. When you do not want to change a channel in use, press [CANCEL] key twice.

ACK non-operation conditions


1. When MANUAL ACK is in use. 2. When Handset of Transceiver unit is in a state of OFF HOOK. 3. When Remote Handset is in a state of OFF HOOK. 4. When detecting ECC ERROR to RX RQ message. 5. When a category of RX RQ message is Safety, Urgency, and Distress. 6. As for Position Call, a setup made by [MENU] -> AUTO ACK -> POSITION CALL is set to OFF. 7. As for Polling Call, a setup made by [MENU] -> AUTO ACK -> POLLING CALL is set to OFF. 8. The communication channel is not specified. 9. When TCmd1 assigns Data and FAX. 10. In Russian Ver., when [MENU] -> AUTO CH is set to DISABLE. 1. COMPLY STATUS, UNABLE REASON You can respond to incoming RQ message with either ABLE or UNABLE message as your BQ message. The factory setting value is ABLE. When selecting UNABLE, UNABLE REASON has to be set up.
Table 4.3.1 Operation of AUTO/MANUAL ACK
COMPLY STATUS: ABLE AUTO ACK MANUAL ACK Transmits Able automatically Transmits Able manually COMPLY STATUS: UNABLE Transmits Unable automatically Transmits Unable manually

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Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> AUTO ACK and press [ENT] key. 2. Select COMPLY STATUS and set up either ABLE or UNABL. And then, press [ENT] key. 3. When setting UNABL setting, select UNABLE REASON.
* SETUP MENU * ALARM AUTO ACK ERASE LOG MEMORY CHANNEL MESSAGE FILE ENTRY [ENT] * AUTO ACK MENU * COMPLY STATUS ABLE UNABLE REASON NO REASON POSITION CALL ON POLLING CALL ON [ENT] ABLE UNABLE

NO REASON BUSY EQUIP DISBLD MODE UNAVAIL CH UNAVAIL

2. POSITION CALL, POLLING CALL Both factory settings are ON. POSITION CALL When POSITION CALL is ON, BQ message (includes the own ships position data) is automatically transmitted in response to POSITION CALL from other ships. Your own ships position is the one indicated on the display. POLLING CALL (Cannot use in Russian Ver.) POLLING is to see if you are in a communicable range with other ships. If POLLING CALL is ON, your BQ message (not include the own ships position data) is automatically transmitted in response to incoming Polling Calls from other ships.

4.3.3 MEMORY CHANNEL


To call up a registered channel, switch the mode by [SHIFT] -> [7: INTL/USA]. MEMO xx will be indicated on the mode indication part. How to operate MEMORY CHANNEL: 1. The maximum of 50 channels are available. 2. The only modes that can be registered is the ones chosen by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> CH MODE. After a registration, even if CH MODE is prohibited, you can call up a registered channel mode. 3. Memory channel is reflected in the state of channels (TRX, DUP/SIMP and TX POWER) set up by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> CH CONFIG.

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Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> MEMORY CHANNEL and press [ENT] key. 2. Select a Memory Channel and press [ENT] key. 3. Select a mode and press [ENT] key. 4. Select a channel of the mode and press [ENT] key.

* SETUP MENU * ALARM AUTO ACK ERASE LOG MEMORY CHANNEL MESSAGE FILE ENTRY * Memory channel 1/7 * [ENT] 01: _ _ _ 02: _ _ _ 03: _ _ _ 04: _ _ _ 05: _ _ _ 06: _ _ _ 07: _ _ _ 08: _ _ _ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______

[ENT] INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA ERASE

[ENT] INTL 01

Only for the set CH MODE is shown.

How to erase MOMORY CHANNEL Select a channel to be erase and select ERASE press [ENT] key.

4.3.4 MESSAGE FILE ENTRY


When transmitting registered message, press [FILE] -> Select from File List -> [CALL] key. When transmitting an edited message, you have to press [ENT] key and edit the content beforehand and press [CALL] key. How to operate message: 1. The maximum of 100 messages. 2. The only category to register is ROUTINE. 3. The message NAME to register is a maximum of 16 characters. 4. The only mode channel to register is INTL. 5. Above stated channels are the reflection/display of the state of TRX, DUP/SIMP and TX POWER of INTL set up by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> CH CONFIG. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> MESSAGE FILE ENTRY and press [ENT] key. Or, the same display can be called up by pressing [FILE] key 2. Select a file number to memory and press [ENT] key. 3. Select CALL TYPE and press [ENT] key. 4. Create a message and bring a cursor onto REGIST and press [ENT] key.

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* SETUP MENU * ALARM AUTO ACK ERASE LOG MEMORY CHANNEL MESSAGE FILE ENTRY [ENT] * MESSAGE FILE 01: 02: 03: 04: 05: 06: 07: 08: 1/13 *

[ENT] COAST CALL SHIP CALL GROUP CALL PSTN CALL AREA CALL

[ENT]

or [FILE]

Note; AREA CALL is deleted in Russian Ver.

MESSAGE FILE x ENTRY CALL TYPE : COAST CALL COAST ID : 00 ROUTINE TCmd1 : SIMPLEX TP TCmd2 : NO INFO CH : 16 NAME : REGIST ERASE

MESSAGE FILE x ENTRY CALL TYPE : COAST CALL COAST ID : 00 ROUTINE TCmd1 : TELEPHONE TCmd2 : NO INFO CH : NO INFO EOS: RQ NAME : REGIST ERASE

- Category: Only ROUTINE - CH: Displays CH list that can be used by TCmd1 (DUP/SIMP) setup. The channel should be INTL channel. - NAME: Max. 16 characters

INTL Ver.

Russian Ver.

How to erase message file Select a message to erase, ERASE and press [ENT] key. How to operate Message File When creating DSC TX message, press [FILE] key on item to input ID. A list registered by MESSAGE FILE ENTRY will appear. This list is shown each call type. Selecting a station to call up from this list will input its MMSI.
** Compose Message ** CALL TYPE : COAST CALL COAST ID : 00 ROUTINE TCmd1 : SIMPLEX TP TCmd2 : NO INF CH : NO INFO SELECT COAST 1/1 1: YOKOHAMA 2: KOBE ** Compose Message ** CALL TYPE : COAST CALL TO : YOKOHAMA COAST ID : 0043100xx ROUTINE TCmd1 : SIMPLEX TP TCmd2 : NO INF CH : NO INFO

Bring a cursor onto ID and press [FILE] key. COAST station list will appear.

For example, select YOKOHAMA. COAST ID is automatically retrieved from a message file.

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4.3 System Setting: User Menu

4.3.5 POSITION
This is to select a positioning data either by MANUAL or AUTO. Sentences to receive are IEC61162-1 (equal to NMEA Ver.3): GGA > RMC > GNS > GLL and ZDA. When manual input position, it changes to GPS data automatically when inputted the position data from GPS and so on. Then, when using GPS data, manual input is not available. The related setting is [MENU] -> POSITION OLDER. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> POSITION and press [ENT] key. 2. Select INPUT TYPE, either AUTO or MANUAL, and press [ENT] key. If a positioning data is inputted, select AUTO. When MANUAL is set up, input your own ships position and positioning time.
* SETUP MENU * POSITION PRINT OUT VOLUME SYSTEM [ENT] INPUT TYPE: AUTO LAT : 3510 0 LON : 13510 0 TIME : 11:10 [ENT] AUTO MANUAL

How to operate IEC61162-1 1. UTC shown on VHF display is an indication of ZDA time. When there is no ZDA available, time available in GGA > RMC > GNS > GLL will be used. 2. ZDA is used to indicate Date/Time on a printed-out self-test result. When ZDA is not available, time available in a GGA > RMC > GNS > GLL, and date available in a ZDA > RMC will be used. 3. Matching talker: GP > LC > DE > II > IN > EC > TR > LA > OM 4. Data can be received regardless of the availability of expansion field.
Table 4.3.2 Operation of the IEC61162-1
Sentence GGA RMC GNS GLL ZDA Check-Sum Yes No Used Used Used Used Used Used Used Used Used Used GPS Quality Indicator 1, 2, 3 Used Status Valid (A) Used Used Mode Indicator A, D, E, M Used Used Used

GPS quality indicator 0 = fix not available or invalid 1 = GPS SPS mode, fix valid 2 = differential GPS, SPS mode, fix valid 3 = GPS PPS mode, fix valid 4 = Real Time Kinetic. System used in RTK mode with fixed integers 5 = Float RTK. Satellite system used in RTK mode with floating fingers 6 = Estimated (dead reckoning) mode 7 = Manual input mode 8 = Simulator mode

Mode indicator: A = Autonomous mode D = Differential mode E = Estimated (dead reckoning) mode M = Manual input mode S = Simulator mode N = Data not valid

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4.3 System Setting: User Menu

4.3.6 RTC Russian Ver.


To activate this function, the RTC board is necessary. RTC of date/time is used for Time stamp in the [LOG] menu. The input sentence to be used proofreads RTC for every second by ZDA>RMC. If the input data stops, RTC is counted from the time of breaking off. Furthermore, when setting RTC by manual, set date and time in [MENU] -> RTC, and press the [ENT] key. It is changed to the setting data and counted the time. The backup time of RTC is held one week or more.

4.3.7 PRINT OUT


This is to set up whether you want to print XMTD CALL, RCVD CALL, and DAILY TEST result manually or automatically. The factory setting is all MANUAL. Even when XMTD CALL and RCVD CALL are setup on MANUAL, if you open a file to be printed out from [LOG] and press [6: PRINT] key, you can still print them out. To carry out DAILY TEST, you have to keep the result displayed and then press [6: PRINT] key. When AUTO (e.g. RCVD CALL) is in use and a printer is not connected Printer PE error will appear. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> PRINT OUT and press [ENT] key. 2. Select XMTD CALL, RCVD CALL, and DAILY TEST and choose either AUTO or MANUAL and then press [ENT] key.
* SETUP MENU * POSITION PRINT OUT VOLUME SYSTEM [ENT] **** PRINT MENU **** XMTD CALL MANUAL RCVD CALL MANUAL DAILY TEST MANUAL [ENT] AUTO MANUAL

Print samples
* Daily test result * MAY06/05 18:34 MMSI: 432456789 TX POWER: OK TX/RX PCB: OK CPU PCB: OK CH70RX PCB: OK ** Received Message ** MAY06/05 18:34 ECC : OK SHIP CALL FROM : 123456789 ROUTINE TCmd1 : SIMPLEX TP TCmd2 : NO INFO CH : 12 ** Transmitted Message ** MAY06/05 18:34 SHIP ACK TO : 123456789 ROUTINE TCmd1 : SIMPLEX TP TCmd2 : NO INFO CH : 12

Self-test

RX Message
NOTE) EOS(RQ/BQ) is printed on the last line in Russian Ver.

TX Message
NOTE) EOS(RQ/BQ) is printed on the last line in Russian Ver.

Note: Requirement for the printer connection In a rule, if the storage capacity of RX message is 20 or more, it is not necessary to connect a printer. FM-8800S/D: RCVD ORDINARY and RCVD DISTRESS log are a maximum of 50 respectively. More than 50 logs are erased from old order.

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4.3 System Setting: User Menu

4.3.8 VOLUME
This is to set up volume. - KEY CLICK - EARPIECE LEVEL : EARPIECE for Transceiver unit - INTERCOM VOLUME : EARPIECE at the time of INTERCOM - OFFHOOK SPKR : ON/OFF of SP at the time of OFF HOOK These are set up respectively. Each Remote Handset and Transceiver unit side is independent respectively. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> VOLUME and [ENT] key. 2. Select an item to set up and press [ENT] key. 3. Set an appropriate level.

* SETUP MENU * POSITION PRINT OUT VOLUME SYSTEM

[ENT]

**** VOLUME MENU **** KEY CLICK 8 EARPIECE LEVEL 9 INTERCOM VOLUME 8 OFFHOOK SPKR OFF

[ENT]

xxx LEVEL SETUP LEVEL (1 16) <_____ > 8 EXT: ENT

ON OFF

Note: 1. The minimum level of EARPIECE is 8. It can output more than 1 mW. The maximum volume is 2 mW approximately. 2. In case OFFHOOK SPKR is set up to ON, the receiving sounds from the speaker are outputted even if Handset is OFF HOOK.

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4.3 System Setting: User Menu

4.3.9 AUTO CH Russian Ver.


The state of AUTO ACK is set to ON and ON-HOOK. When received the INDVIDUAL/ROUTINE call, communication CH changes automatically after returning AUTO ACK. (ENABLE: Auto change, DISABLE: Manual change) In case of OFF-HOOK, even if AUTO CH is set to ENABLE, it is not automatically changed to the communication CH.
* SETUP MENU * POSITION RTC PRINT OUT VOLUME AUTO CH **** AUTO CH MENU **** [ENT] AUTO CH: ENABLE [ENT]

ENABLE DISABLE

4.3.10 PSTN CH Russian Ver.


When not specifying TLE CH from COAST with PSTN CALL of from COAST to SHIP, assign the TEL CH, which is set in this time, to ACK BQ message. Normally, specifying the TEL CH is assigned by COAST.
[ENT] * SETUP MENU * PSTN CH SPECIAL CALL SYSTEM **** PSTN CH MENU **** PSTN CH: xx [ENT] xx

4.3.11 SPECIAL CALL Russian Ver.


When setting ABLE, NEUTRAL CALL and MEDICAL CALL are available in the SPECIAL menu of CALL TYPE for DSC.
* SETUP MENU * PSTN CH SPECIAL CALL SYSTEM [ENT] **** SPECIAL MENU **** NEUTRAL CALL: ABLE MEDICAL CALL: ABLE [ENT] ENABLE DISABLE

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4.4 System Setting: Option Menu

4.4 System Setting: Option Menu


To call up the option menu, see page 4-1.

4.4.1 AUTO 1W
In case of ON setup, VHF channel output is automatically reduced to 1W. VHF to control channel is as follow: - LOW POWER channel which is described on VHF channel list. - A channel which is set up to LOW POWER by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> CH CONFIG. All channels are Hi Power when setting OFF. Then, the reduced channel by 1W cannot be set up to Hi power even if [0:HI/LO] key is pressed. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> AUTO 1W and press [ENT] key. 2. ON/OFF pop-up window will appear. Then, select ON and press [ENT] key.

4.4.2 AUTO REVERD


In case of ON setup, it goes back to CH16 automatically when Transceiver unit Handset or Remote Handset are back on Hanger. (ON HOOK) Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> AUTO REVERD and press [ENT] key. 2. ON/OFF pop-up window will appear. Then, select ON and press [ENT] key.

4.4.3 CH70 BOARD


This function is not available.

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4.4 System Setting: Option Menu

4.4.4 CH CONFIG
This is to set up operating channels for INTL, USA, WX, CANADA, INLAND-WA and PRIV mode. Setting items are as below.
Table 4.4.1 CH CONFIG. Setting
Setting The setting items INTL USA WX CANADA INLND-WA PRIV XX TX ENABLE RX ENABLE UNABLE DUP SIMP HI LOW Remarks When setting the specified mode to operate, carry out ON/OFF setup of each mode by CH MODE. Specified a channel according to MODE TX/RX Operation Operation only for RX TX/RX Prohibition: CH is not selectable. DUP Operation SIMP Operation 25 W Operation 1 W Operation

MODE

CHANNEL TRX DUP/SIMP TX POWER

Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> CH CONFIG and press [ENT] key.
** Channel config. ** MODE : INTL CHANNEL :01 TRX :TX ENABLE DUP/SIMP : SIMP TX POWER : HI 1: Back 2: Next

2. Setting items can be switched with a Channel Knob and a set up value by [1] and [2] key. Select MODE and CHANNEL. Then, set up TRX, DUP/SIMP and TX POWER of the channel and press [ENT] key. 3. Press [CANCEL] key. Below pop-up window will appear. Start up power again.
TURN OFF/ON

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4.4.5 CH MODE
This is to set up ON/OFF for INTL, USA/WX, CANADA, INLND and PRIV mode. You can switch the mode by pressing [SHIFT] -> [7: INTL/USA]. The mode set up by CH CONFIG. has to be set to ON in order for it to be available in this mode setting.
MODE INTL : ON USA/WX CANADA INLND PRIV

: OFF : OFF : OFF : OFF

[ENT] ON/OFF INLND: When ATIS ID is registered, ON/OFF is available.

Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> CH MODE. 2. Bring a cursor onto a mode to setup and press [ENT] key to set up ON/OFF.

4.4.6 SCAN/DW
This is ON/OFF setting for SCAN and Dual Watch. Dual Watch

Additional Channel ex: CH06 T=1000 ms

CH16 T=150 ms

1. Receives CH16 and Additional Channel to watch alternately at the above timing. 2. LCD channel indication is changed at the same timing. 3. When receiving CH16 during Dual Watch, it is locked. Dual Watch function resumes 5 seconds after a signal is lost. 4. Even if receiving Additional Channel, it receives alternately at the above-mentioned timing. 5. Set PTT switch of Handset to ON or press [SHIFT] -> [9: DW] key by turns. Dual Watch function stops.

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4.4 System Setting: Option Menu

Scan Watch
! CH14 ! CH16 ! CH 15 ! CH 16 ! CH 17 ! CH 16 ! CH 03 CH 16 CH 02 CH 16 CH 01 CH 16

1. Receive all channels of the elected channel mode via CH16 sequentially as above order. 2. Receives each channel every 150 ms. 3. LCD channel indication changes at the same timing. 4. When receiving CH16 during Scan, it is locked. (The signal is receiving.) 5. RX signals are received and locked. Scan resumes 5 seconds after a signal is lost. 6. Even if Additional Channel receive RX signal, it receives CH16 for 150 ms every 1000 ms. 7. When [LOG] key is pressed while Additional Channel receives RX signal, it can skip to the next channel. 8. To stop Scan, turn PTT switch to ON, or press [SHIFT] -> [8: Scan] key orderly. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> SCAN/DW. 2. Bring a cursor onto a mode to set up and press [ENT] key to set up ON/OFF.
SCAN/DW SCAN : ON DW : ON [ENT]

ON/OFF

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4.4 System Setting: Option Menu

4.4.7 SP MUTE
This setting is effective in FM-8800D. This sets up whether you want the Transceiver units audio output from speaker to go off or not during transmission through Duplex channel. This function is in relation with the setup by [SYSTEM] -> VOLUME -> OFF HOOK SPKR.
Table 4.4.2 FM-8800D SP MUTE function
Setting for SP MUTE ON OFF SP (No Output) SP (Output) SP (No Output) SP (No Output) SP (No Output) SP (No Output) SP (No Output) SP (No Output)

Transmission by DUP CH Transmission by SIMP CH

OFF HOOK SPKR OFF HOOK SPKR

ON OFF ON OFF

You have to set OFF HOOK SPKR to ON and SP MUTE to OFF if you want Transceiver units audio output from speaker to go off during a transmission through Duplex channel. Procedure 1. Set [MENU] -> VOLUME -> OFF HOOK SPKR to ON. 2. Set [MENU] -> SYSTEM ->SP MUTE to OFF.

4.4.8 TIMEOUT TIMER


This is a setup that automatically stops the transmission after it was continuously sent out for longer than 5 minutes. This function is effective in USA channel. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> TIMEOUT TIMER. 2. Bring a cursor onto a mode to set up and press [ENT] key to set up ON/OFF.

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4.4.9 REGULATION
This function is currently inoperative. (2005/5) This is a setup to reserve in Russian Type Approval. - INTL Ver. : Set to INTL. - Russian Ver. : Set to RUSSIAN.

4.4.10 VDR OUTPUT LEVEL


The VDR connection port is connected to #23 and #24 inside the Junction box (IF-8810). Balance type output is 600 ohm/0 dBm and the adjustable range is 10 dBm to +10 dBm. Procedure 1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> VDR OUTPUT LEVEL and press [ENT] key.
VDR OUTPUT LEVEL LEVEL (1 16) < 8 EXT: ENT

2. Set up the output level using either Channel Knob or arrow key and press [ENT] key to store data.
Output Level

Factory setting value: 8 (Approximately 0 dBm)

Output data

Fig. 4.4.1 VDR Output

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4.4 System Setting: Option Menu

4.4.11 STATION TYPE


COAST setting is prohibited. This function is not supported. When setting to COAST, TX and RX frequency will be interchanged. Since FM-8800D has Duplex Filter built in, COAST setup is prohibited.

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4.5 Jumper Setting

4.5 Jumper Setting


4.5.1 Remote station
As for DATA and LINE of Remote station that is in far from Transceiver unit electrically, set JP2 and 3 to ON for terminate. - When connecting Remote station(RB-8800, 8810) via DMC I/F is the same. - When DMC IF is connected only to DMC-5 and DMC I/F is installed electrically far from Remote station, terminate DATA line on DMC I/F side.

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

Junction box IF-8810


DATA A/B

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

Terminater RS-485 and LINE

FM-8800D/S

LINE IN/OUT

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

DMC I/F IF-8820


DATA A/B LINE IN/OUT Terminater RS-485 TXD U1 (CPU) RXD

Remote station HS-8800 & RB-8800/RB-8810

Terminater RS-485 and LINE

Fig. 4.5.1 Connection of DATA A/B Lines

DMC-5

LINE TERMINATION

RS-485 TERMINATION

JP3
1 ON 3

JP2
1 ON 3

05P0782

Fig. 4.5.2 RB-8800, Jumper Setting

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4.5 Jumper Setting

RS-485 TERMINATION

JP3
1 ON LINE TERMINATION 3

JP2
1 ON 3

05P0798

Fig. 4.5.3 RB-8810, Jumper Setting

RS-485 TERMINATION

JP4
1 ON 3

JP3:P.LOAD

Note: AD0 and AD1 are erased. JP3 is to load a program of DMC I/F CPU, and is also used in the factory.
AD0, AD1: Not used

05P0779

Fig. 4.5.4 DMC I/F, Jumper Setting

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4.5 Jumper Setting

4.5.2 Select Wing MIC


You can select Carbon MIC or Dynamic MIC depending on Wing MIC type. The factory setting is Dynamic MIC.
Table 4.5.1 W. MIC setting
J5 Setting Dynamic MIC: HS-6000FZ5 Carbon MIC: HS-6000FZ6 1 to 2 2 to 3 MIC Input Level -48 dBm/600 ohm 0 dBm/40 ohm Remarks Factory default

W. HANDSET U42

C89 1u

R106

J5
R113 680

1k

1000p

CR17

1000p

C110

C111

R111 10k C91 1u R110 10k

1 2 3

Dynamic MIC Carbon MIC

R108 820 C90 10u

R84 47 R83 47

W. MIC(H) W. MIC(C)

Wing MIC-1

5V

Wing MIC-2

CPU: 05P0773

Fig. 4.5.5 CPU Board, W. MIC Circuit

JP5
1 3

Fig. 4.5.6 CPU Board, Location of J5

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4.5 Jumper Setting

4.5.3 When using Handset with removed (HS-2003)


When removing Handset (HS-2003) of Transceiver unit and operating only from the Remote Handset, make a jumper connection between #1 and #2 of J15 on the CPU board. This setup is made by compellingly wetting HOOK SW to ON HOOK on CPU board. Note: When disconnecting Handset (HS-2003) without this setting, it goes into a state of OFF HOOK detected on CPU. That is, the operation and the transmission from Remote Handset are not available because Transceiver unit Handset will be in use. OCCUPIED xxxx will be indicated on Remote handset side, the meaning is Transceiver unit is in use.
3.3V

HANDSET (HS-2003)
U1 OUT DN68485 Hook SW

R190 10k 3

U30:CPU HD64F2377
P80 IRQ0

J15

123

CPU 05P0773

Apply board; 05P0773-33 and after

Fig. 4.5.7 CPU Board, Circuit of 15

J15 - Not used Handset: Jumper #1 to #2 - Use Handset: Jumper #2 to #3

CPU (05P0773)

Fig. 4.5.8 CPU Board, Location of J1

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4.6 When TR Antenna is used for CH70 WR

4.6 When TR Antenna is used for CH70 WR


When watching CH70 through TR antenna, a modification of internal wiring will be necessary. In this case, CH70 cannot receive during VHF transmission.

J5
Rx AMP Q7

CH70 RX OUT

ANT J2

CH70 RX (05P0775)

CH70 RX ANT
HPA
U1 T/R SW

DUPLEXER
Jumper Simplex only J1 J2
DUP OUT DUP IN1 DUP IN2 ANT
TX FIL RX FIL

DUP RX (05P0777) ANT

TX/RX (05P0774A/B)

J4 J3

Fig. 4.6.1 Antenna Connection

Connect the Mini-pin assembly (1) L-420 (Supplied material: Code 000-151-748) between J5 on TX/RX board and J2 on CH70 RX board.

Pass the Mini-pin assembly (1) through a hole.

TX/RX: J5

CH70 WR: J2

Fig. 4.6.2 Location of the connector

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4.7 TP-80F Setup

4.7 TP-80F Setup


This describes how to set up the printer:TP-80F which is built in the RC-8800 wall rack console. The factory setting of TP-80F is a normal character. When switching between normal and reversed characters, carry out the DIP switch setup.

Normal character

Reversed character (20 lines)

Reversed character (22 lines)

Print density knob

DIP Switch Dip SW-#2-ON Reversed character

Fig. 4.7.1 TP-80F

Print Density Adjustment Print density is adjusted with the print density knob. To increase the density, turn the knob counter clockwise. The higher the density, the shorten the life of the printer head and the slower the printing speed.

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4.7 TP-80F Setup

1. DIP Switch Setting The factory setting is the meshed state of Table 1 and 2. Switch #2 switches between normal and reversed characters. When you switched the DIP switch, turn on the power again.
Table 4.7.1 Function of DIP Switch
Function/Switch No. Small character size Normal character size Reversed character Normal character Pitch (22 lines) Pitch (20 lines) International character Alpha Calibration Automatic line feed 1 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF See Table 2. See Table 3. ON Not used 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Table 4.7.2 International character setting


Character Japan US German English French Spanish Italian Swedish 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON 5 OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON 6 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON

Table 4.7.3 Alpha Calibration


Value 0 -1 +1 +2 7 OFF OFF ON ON 8 OFF ON OFF ON

* These switches are used for mechanical calibration. The value differs from set to set.

NOTE; For test printing: 1. Turn on the printer while pressing and holding down FEED switch. 2. All characters are printed out and then five line pattern is printed. The printer is on-line after test printing. - In case of PE during the test printing, returns to the state of PE after printing a line. - To cancel the test printing, press SEL switch. It stops printing and changes to ON LINE in a few moments.

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4.8 Change the Specification Power for PR-240-CE

4.8 Change the Specification Power for PR-240-CE


When switching the power supply, switch is made below two spots. Factory shipment is 220 VAC specification.

Change wiring Change the jumper

1. Change of wiring

White

Black

1 2 3
White Black

100VAC spec.
3 4

220VAC spec. (default

When changing the specification (Factory setting) from 220 VAC to 100 VAC, move the second wiring to the first on the terminal board.

2. Change of jumper
Red

SEL 115V

SEL 230V

Change the red cable with plug to the specification power.

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5.2 Outline of Connection Chapter 5. Block Description

5.1 Outline of Connection


Basically, equipments are connected via connection box/IF-8810. DMC-5, for example, is connected via DMC IF(IF-8820). A total of 4 Remote Handsets can be connected via IF-8810 and/or IF-8820. Communication between the Transceiver unit, Remote Handsets, and DMC IF are carried out using RS-485.

CH70 ANT

TR ANT

ANT CH70 RX ANT

IEC61162-1(NMEA/REMOTE)

Handset (HS-2003)

15VDC TXD RXD EXT ALM W-MIC1 W-SP1 W-PTT1 VDR AF DATA A/B LINE IN LINE OUT W-MIC2 W-SP 2 W-PTT2

TXD

Ex: Plotter NAV (GPS) EXT ALM

RXD

EXT ALM

Carbon MIC: R80-VHF-B, HS-600FZ6 *Carbon MIC


R80-VHF-A, HS-6000FZ-5

VDR AF

VDR

Handset

W-MIC W-SP W-PTT W-MIC W-SP W-PTT

*Dynamic MIC

MIC Receptacle (R80-VHF-B) MIC Receptacle (R80-VHF-B)

Handset (HS-6000FZ-5)
*Dynamic MIC

D-Sub 37P

Handset (HS-6000FZ-5)

Junction Box IF-8810

Handset
15VDC (HS-8800) DATA A/B CONT DIST SW LINE IN/OUT

EXT. SP (SEM-210)

Handset (HS-8800)

Handset (HS-8800)

Handset
15VDC (HS-8800) DATA A/B CONT DIST SW LINE IN/OUT Carbiom15VDC DATA A/B LINE IN/OUT

SPKR

Remote Station (RB-8800) (RB-8810)

Remote Station (RB-8800) (RB-8810)

Remote Station (RB-8800) (RB-8810)

TR Unit FM-8800D/S

15VDC DATA A/B LINE IN/OUT

Handset (HS-8800) 15VDC DATA A/B CONT DIST SW LINE IN/OUT

Handset (HS-8800)

Remote Station (RB-8800) (RB-8810)

15VDC DATA A/B LINE IN/OUT

DMC I/F IF-8820

15VDC DATA A/B LINE IN/OUT

Same as above x4

Printer D-Sub 25P

Printer (PP-510) (PP-8800)

TXD RXD

DMC-5

24VDC

AC/DC Power (PR-240-CE)

15A

Connection of the unit surrounded by the dotted line cannot be performed in the Russian Ver.

Fig. 5.1.1 Outline of Connection

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Remote Station (RB-8800) (RB-8810)

Remote Station (RB-8800) (RB-8810)

5.2 I/O Port Specification

5.2 I/O Port Specification


5.2.1 IEC61162/REMOTE Port (D-Sub 37P)
Table 5.2.1 IEC61162/REMOTE Port
IN/OUT OUT Pin No. 14 56 7 OUT IN OUT 8 9 10 11 12 13 IN 14 15 OUT IN OUT OUT IN OUT IN 17 18 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 IN 32 33 OUT 34 IN 35 36 37 Signal +15 VDC N.C TXD (H) TXD (C) RXD (H) RXD (C) EXT ALM N IEC61162-1 IEC61162-1 Open Collector output Use jumper connection of System Protection unlock Outputs a position of other ships from DSC RX information with TLL GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL, ZDA Outputs ''L'' level when DSC message is DISTRESS or Urgency category. Specification Remarks

0V WING MIC-1 -46 dBm/600 ohm (H) or 0 dBm/40 ohm WING MIC-1 (C) WING SP-1 (H) WING SP-1 (C) WING PTT-1 N 0V VDR AF (H) 600 ohm/0 dBm (Balanced) VDR AF (C) DATA-A RS-485/38.4 kbps DATA-B LINE OUT (H) -10 dBm/600 ohm (Balanced) LINE OUT (C) LINE IN (H) -10 dBm/600 ohm (Balanced) LINE IN (C) WING MIC-2 Dynamic MIC (H) -46 dBm/600 ohm WING MIC-2 Carbon MIC 0 dBm/40 ohm (C) WING SP-2 (H) WING SP-2 (C) WING PTT-2 N 0V F. GND

Selects Dynamic MIC and Carbon MIC

Selects Dynamic MIC or Carbon MIC

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5.2 I/O Port Specification

5.2.2 PRINTER Port(D-Sub 25P)


Table 5.2.2 PRINTER Port
IN/OUT Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 25 Signal STROBE N D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 ACK N BUSY PE SELECT ALF N ERROR N INT. N SLCT IN N F.GND 0V F. GND Specification Remarks

OUT

IN OUT IN OUT

Note; In addition, use jumper connection of System protection unlock between #2 and #15 of [Printer] port

5.2.3 Handset MIC Connector


Table 5.2.3 MIC Connector
IN/OUT IN OUT IN OUT Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal 0V PTT SW N MIC (H) MIC (C) HS SP (H) HOOK SW N +5 VDC F. GND Specification Remarks

-46 dBm/600 ohm 2 mW/150 ohm

5-3

5.3 Outline of Boards

5.3 Outline of Boards


The difference between FM-8800D and FM-8800S is whether there are DUPLEXER and DUP RX board or not and TX/RX board. - FM-8800S DUPLEXER and DUP RX board: No - FM-8800D DUPLEXER and DUP RX board: Yes

TX/RX board: 05P0774A TX/RX board: 05P0774B


+15VDC IEC61162/ REMOTE/ EXT ALM/ VDR/ W-HANDSET-1 W-HANDSET-2

SQ/VR (05P0787)

POWER VOL AUTO/SQ

J5 J1

+5V KX0-4 DIS LED AL-S LED AL-D LED KEY LED LED BRGI ADJ LED EN D0-3 CL1-2 K/FLM DISPOFF VADJ HS SP

J2

IEC61162/REMOTE

J1 J12

PRINTER EXT SP
CH70 IF OUT

J3 J2 CH70 (05P0775)

CH70 RX ANT

J4 J3 J5
CH1,2 PTT SW MIC HOOK SW PWR SW VOL AUTO/SQ CH70 OSC (38.4MHz)

CH (05P0788)

ENT-1, 2 CH-1, 2

PANEL (05P0772)
J3

+15V/+5V CH70 TEST DUP UNLOCK DUP INST DUP IF OUT

J1

J3

J8
+15V/+5V CLK/DATA/STB2 RX ON

DUP RX (05P0777)
J2 J1

LCD MODULE HANDSET


PTT SW MIC HS SP HOOK SW +5V

DUP REF (25.6MHz)

J3

J2

DUPLEXER
RX FIL TX FIL

CPU (05P0773)

* FM-8800D only

INT SP
J13 J6 J9
SCLK SIO CE

REF OSC (25.6MHz)

J1 J8

J4

J2 J5

TX MIX (45MHz)

J7
F VSWR/R VSWR PA TEMP TRX UNLOCK

TX/RX (05P0774A/B)
ANT J9 J3

RTC (05P0804)

J14

J10
+15V PWR CONT CLK/DATA/STB1 TX ON/RX ON TEST ON/TRX AGC TRX IF OUT PWR SW

A: FM-8800S B: FM-8800D

24VDC

POWER (05P0776)
TB1, 2 J1

15VDC

J6
PWR SW

Fig. 5.3.1 Connection of each board

5-4

5.3 Outline of Boards

Table 5.3.1 Outline of each board


Unit Board CPU (05P0773) Main function Consists of CPU, DSP, CODEC, and DDS. 2nd IF: 37.5 kHz from CH70 RX, TX/RX, DUP RX board is demodulated by digitization. Audio signals are digitized just the same, is modulated on this board, and is outputted to TX/RX board with 45 MHz. Consists of TX/RX circuit. 05P0774A, SIMP-equipped FM-8800S, and 05P0774B are installed in DUP-equipped FM-8800D. The difference is whether there is a connector for DUPLEXER. - RX circuit: receives RX signal of 150 MHz, converts it into 2nd IF: 37.5 kHz and outputs it into CPU board. - TX circuit: converts modulated signal of 45 MHz from CPU board to TX frequency and outputs 25 W. Has the same function as CH70 WR. This converts DSC RX signal of 156.525 MHz into 2nd IF:37.5 kHz and outputs it into CPU board. Is installed in FM-8800D. This board receives the signal when DUP CH is selected, converts RX signal of 160 MHz into 2nd IF: 37.5 kHz, and outputs it into CPU board. Is installed in FM-8800D. DUPLEXER prevents TX signal to entering RX circuit and makes DUPLEX communication possible by carrying out TX with LPF of 157.5 MHz and RX with HPF of 160.6 MHz. Outputs +15 VDC from input power of +24 VDC and is equipped with over voltage protection, low voltage protection, and over-current protection. Consists of LCD, KEY SW, and their lighting. LCD dot numbers are 160 x 160. ** 26 characters x 20 lines. Added to the Russian Ver. On the RTC board, use for Time stamp (Date and Time) in the [LOG] menu. Functions as a junction between the Transceiver unit and Remote station, GPS, VDR and Wing-MIC. Non-use for the Russian Ver. Makes a communication with the Transceiver unit CPU and interfaces DMC-5 and a Remote stations. Is to be connected to the Transceiver unit and uses Condenser MIC. Sends a result of key operation to the Transceiver unit CPU and the Transceiver unit responds to its result. Consists of lighting circuit of key and LED. A total dot numbers are 91x72. Indication will be within 13 digits x 7 lines. Consists of DISTRESS ALERT BUTTON and AF AMP. Functions as a junction between a Remote stations Functions as a junction between a Remote stations

TX/RX (05P0774A/B)

FM-8800S FM-8800D

CH70 RX (05P0775) DUP RX (05P0777)

DUPLEXER

POWER (05P0776) PANEL (05P0772) RTC (05P0804) JUNCTION BOX: IF-8810 JUNCTION (05P0790)

DMC INTERFACE: DMC IF IF-8820 (05P0778) HANDSET: HS-2003 HANDSET (05P0780) HS CONT (05P0781) KEY (05P0715) LCD Module (MFM-073Q10) REMOTE (05P0779) TB (05P0782) TB (05P0798)

HANDSET: HS-8800

REMOTE STATION: RB-8800 REMOTE STATION: RB-8810

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5.4 Block Description

5.4 Block Description


5.4.1 CH70 RX (05P0775)
This board is a CH70 WR. This board converts frequency from CH70 (156.525 MHz) to 2nd 1F and outputs it into CPU board. A self- test of this board does not check RX circuit but inputs CH70 test signal from CH70 IF OUT line to see if that can be detected or not. As for antenna, CH70 WR exclusive antenna is used and other way, when watching CH70 through TR antenna a modification of internal wiring will be necessary. In this case, CH70 receiving signal cannot receive during any transmissions. CH70 receiving signal is received from J5 port on TX/RX board. The main specifications are below.
Table 5.4.1 Specification of CH70 RX PCB
Item RX frequency Antenna input (J2) Impedance 1st IF frequency 2nd IF frequency (CH70 IF OUT) 1st Local frequency 2nd Local frequency DSC sensitivity (CH70 board) DSC sensitivity (total) Specification CH70 (156.525 MHz) 150 MHz/50 ohm 38.3625 MHz 37.5 kHz/5 k ohm, 60 to +10 dBm output 23.6325 MHz x 5 =118.1625 MHz TP1 level: +4 to 7 dBm 38.4 MHz (0 dBm, 50 ohm) TP4 level: 0 to 3 dBm Input level of SINAD is below 3 dBuV Antenna input level below 0 dBuV ! BER (Bit Error Rate): lower than 10-2 (Acceptable level: 6 dBuV.)

BPF(L/C) Q3

FL2: SAW FIL (156.525MHz) Q2 CR6, 7


ISS271

FL1 (38.3625MHz) Q4 2SK882

CR4, 5 MA728 Q7 2SC3324

CPU 05P0773
R36 100

J3-#5

CH70 IF OUT 37.5kHz


U17 CODEC

J2 CH70 ANT

2SC3356

PMBFJ310

J3-#3 CH70 TEST


R37 100k

TP1
(118.1625MHz) BPF(L/C) X5 (118.1625MHz) Q1 2SC3356 Q8 2SK882

TP4

38.4MHz J1 J3-#1
Y1:TCXO (23.6325MHz) +3.3V REG. U2 (TA48L033F)

TP2, 3

+15V +5V

U20 DSP

CH70 RX 05P0775

J3-#2

U30 CPU

Fig. 5.4.1 CH70 RX (05P0775) Block Diagram

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5.4 Block Description

CH70 receiving signal(156.525 MHz) inputted from the antenna reduce out-of-band signals/noise with BPF (L/C) of 20 MHz and uses Q3 (RF AMP) to amplify it by approximately 10 dB. Then, FL2 (SAW FIL, BW: 10 kHz) is installed in order to improve Blocking efficiency. CR6 and 7 are 1st MIXER circuit that converts 156.525 MHz into 1st local of 118.1625 MHz and 1st IF signal of 38.3625 MHz. 156.525 MHz - 118.1625 MHz = 38.3625 MHz 118.1625 MHz is created by multiplying TCXO output of 23.6325 MHz ( 2.5 ppm) with Q8. 1st IF signal, after being amplified by Q2 and Q4, and then is converted into 2nd IF signal of 37.5 kHz by 2nd MIXER circuit of CR4/5 and 2nd local signal of 38.4 MHz received from CPU board. 38.3625 MHz - 38.4 MHz = 37.5 kHz This 37.5kHz signal is inputted into CPU board as CH70 IF OUT signal and is demodulated with CODEC and DSP. CH70 IF out: -measures no modulation signal input with J3 - #5 on CH70 RX board. CH70 SP SINAD: -measures SP output (1W) of 1 kHz/70 % MOD.
20dB

SINAD(dB) Level(dBm)

10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60


1mVrms 7.7mVrms 0.77Vrms

2.15Vrms

CH70 IF out

CH70 SP SINAD

--10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110dBuV

SSG Level
Fig. 5.4.2 Input/Output characteristic on CH70 RX board

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5.4 Block Description

5.4.2 DUP RX (05P0777)


This board is to be installed in FM-8800D and converts 160 MHz band RX signal of DUPLEX RX frequency to 2nd IF and outputs it into CPU board. The self-test of this board detects Un-Lock/Lock signal upon assessing the function of PLL circuit of 1st local on this board. When installing this board and if J3 - #11 (DUP INST) is L level then, CPU recognizes FM-8800D is in use and switches its program to one compatible with DUPLEX. The main specifications are below.
Table 5.4.2 Main Specification of DUP RX PCB
Item RX frequency Antenna input (J1) Impedance 1st IF frequency 2nd IF frequency (DUP IF OUT) 1st Local frequency 2nd Local frequency Sensitivity Specification 160.625 MHz to 162.025 MHz 160 MHz/50 ohm 51.2375 MHz 37.5 kHz/5 kohm, - 60 to +10 dBm output Fo + 51.2375 MHz TP1 level: +3 to 5 dBm TP4: VCO cont ! 4 to 5VDC at CH18(161.5MHz) 51.2 MHz (0 dBm, 50 ohm) TP3 level: -2 to -1 dBm SINAD 20 dB: below 2 dBuV. NOTE: Loss of DUPLEXER somewhat lowers RX sensitivity on TX/RX board compared to (SIMPLEX).

R15V

R15V

DUP RX

BPF(L/C) Q1

BPF(L/C) Q13 CR10/11 TP1 Rx 1st Lo (Fo+51.2375MHz) +15V


ISS271

FL1 (51.2375MHz)

R15V

CPU 05P0773
CR8/9 MA2J728 Q15 Rx 2nd Lo (51.2MHz) Q4 2SC3324 U3 TC75HU04F

Q14 2SK882 TP3

J3-#14

DUP IF OUT 37.5kHz

U17 CODEC

J1

2SC3356

PMBFJ310

25.6MHz

Ref. OSC

U20 DSP

R15V Q8

+15V

U5 Q5

VCO
Q6, CR3/4
2SC3356 1SV229

X2

J2 J3-#11 DUP INST

BPF(L/C)

uPC2745TB 2SC3356

TP4 RX ON TP5 +3.3V REG. U7 (TA48L033F) Q7 +5V

J3-#10 RX ON LPF
Q11
PMBFJ310

uPC2745TB

U4

J3-#1 J3-#3
51.2MHz

+15V +5V PLL2 DATA (CLK/DATA/STB) PLL2 UN-LOCK

U30 CPU

TP2
BPF(L/C)

PLL
U8
(LMX2353TMX)

J3-#6, 7, 8
Q10

J3-#9

DUP RX 05P0777

TP6

+12V

REG. U10 (TA78L12F)

+15V

Fig. 5.4.3 DUP RX (05P0777) Block Diagram

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5.4 Block Description

160 MHz band RX signal of from DUPLEXER will be amplified by approximately 7 dB. BPF (L/C) of 156 to 163 MHz range is installed on Q1 input/output circuit. CR10 and 11 are 1st MIXER circuit that converts 160 MHz band RX signal into 1st IF signal of 51.2375 MHz by Fo51.2375 MHz. Fo - (Fo + 51.2375 MHz) = 51.2375 MHz st 1 IF signal amplified by Q13 and 14 is converted into 2nd IF signal of 37.5 kHz by 2nd local of 51.2 MHz on 2nd MIXER circuit of CR8/9. 51.2 MHz is created by multiplying reference frequency of 25.6 MHz received from CPU board by 2 on U3. 51.2375 MHz - 51.2 MHz = 37.5 kHz This 37.5kHz signal is inputted into CPU board as DUP IF OUT and is demodulated with CODEC and DSP. DUP RX IF out: -measures no modulation signal input with J3 - #14 on DUP RX board. SP SINAD: -measures SP output (1W) of 1 kHz/70 % MOD. .
20dB

Level(dBm)

10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60


1mVrms 7.7mVrms 0.77Vrms

2.4Vrms

DUP RX IF out

SINAD(dB)

SP SINAD

--10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110dBuV

SSG Level
Fig. 5.4.4 Input/Output characteristic on DUP RX Board

5-9

5.4 Block Description

5.4.3 TX/RX (05P0774)

CH70 RX out J5 ANT


CR9 CR13 AGC CONT (Not used) Q112, 113

J9-#25

AGC CONT

RF AMP

J3 DUP IN2 J4 DUP IN1 J2 DUP OUT J1


CM Coupler
U2 (DCS3D2D)

BPF(L/C)

(2SC3356) Q7

BPF(L/C)

ATT

MIX
CR104 Q6 TP1

FL2 (51.2375MHz)
Q111

MIX
CR106 Q114 TP4

U17 CODEC J9-#27 RX IF OUT(37.5kHz)

Rx Local (F0+51.2375MHz)

R+15V

2nd Lo (51.2MHz) FL1: 45MHz

Q20

U20 DSP 45 MHz (Modulated)


X2

45 MHz

J7 J8

U5

U10

45 MHz

U25 DDS
Ref. OSC

25.6MHz

PA
(RA35H1516M) T/R SW PWR CONT T+15V Q2,10,102 Q3,4,9,8,11 U1 BIAS UN LOCK TEST ON T15V, +15V U4
(2/2)

MIX DRIVE
Q1 Q5

BPF(L/C)
Q101

CR101 F0 Tx Local (F0+45MHz) SW

VCO
U8 Q13

+8V REG

U11 TC75HU04F

Jumper: SIMP only

BPF(L/C)
uPC2745TB

Q14, CR11,12 TP2


2SC3356 1SV229

Q116

uPC2745TB 2SC3356

T+15V
U7

CPU 05P0773

T15V R15V

LPF
Q15

F-VSWR DET
CR8 U3(1/2)

U4 R52
(1/2)

TP3

PLL
U12
(LMX2353TMX)

51.2MHz J9-#17-19
Q21

PLL1 DATA (STB/DATA/CLK)

R-VSWR DET
CR6 U3(2/2)

J9-#21

PLL1 UN-LOCK

CR103 TEST ON PWR CONT F VSWR R VSWR

J9-#24 J9-#10 J9-#12 J9-#13 T+15V R+15V


Q12, 17 Q16, 18

TEST ON PWR CONT F VSWR R VSWR RX ON TX ON +15V +5V PA TEMP


U30 CPU

J9-#23 J9-#22

TX/RX 05P0774A (For FM-8800S) 05P0774B (For FM-8800D)

+15V +5V

J9-#1-4 J9-#9 TEMP. Sensor


U13 (LM60CIM3)

J9-#15

Fig. 5.4.5 TX/RX (05P0774) Block Diagram

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5.4 Block Description

The 05P0774A is installed in FM-8800S and the 05P0774B is installed in FM-8800D. Both of them have almost the same circuit and their difference is recognized by the availability of DUPLEX input/output connector. RX circuit converts a signal to 2nd IF and outputs it into CPU board.. TX circuit consists of MIXER, PA, and APC circuit. PLL circuit is used for both TX and RX. However, FM-8800D carries out DUPLEX RX on DUP RX board. The self-test of TX/RX PCB detects Un-Lock/Lock signal by assessing the efficiency of PLL circuit of 1st Local on this board. The specifications are below.

Table 5.4.3 Main Specification of TX/RX PCB


Item Antenna input/output (J3) Impedance RX frequency 1st RX IF frequency 2nd RX IF frequency (RX IF OUT) RX 1st Local frequency RX 2nd Local frequency RX sensitivity TX frequency TX 1st Local frequency Maximum TX output APC Maximum frequency division Spurious Emission 50 ohm Simplex: 155.000 to 163.600 MHz Sem-Duplex: 155.400 to 158.000 MHz 160.000 to 163.600 MHz Duplex: 160.600 to 162.100 MHz 51.2375 MHz 37.5 kHz, -60 to +10 dBm output Fo + 51.2375 MHz TP1 level: +4 to +6 dBm VCO control voltage (TP2): 165 MHz: 4.5 to 6.2 V 155 MHz: more than 3.1 V 51.2 MHz (0 dBm, 50 ohm) TP4 level: +4 to +6 dBm Input level of SINAD 20 dB is below 0 dBuV Simplex: 155.000 to 161.475 MHz Sem-Duplex: 155.000 to 158.000 MHz Duplex: 156.025 to 157.425 MHz Fo + 45 MHz Over 40W (board output) Controls from 0 W to the maximum Within 5 kHz Less than 0.25 uW (9 kHz2GHz) Specification

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5.4 Block Description

RX CIRCUIT The Rx signal reduce out-of-band signals/noise between 156.025 MHz and 162.025 MHz by BPF (L/C) on Q7 input/output circuit and Q7 (RF AMP) will amplify it by 10dB. CR 104 is 1st MIXER circuit that converts RX signal by 1st Local of Fo51.2375 MHz into 1st IF signal of 51.2375 MHz. Fo - (Fo+51.2375 MHz) = 51.2375 MHz st 1 IF signal, after being amplified by Q6 and Q111, will be converted by 2nd MIXER circuit of CR106 and 2nd local of 51.2 MHz. 51.2 MHz is created by multiplying reference frequency of 25.6 MHz received from CPU board by 2 on U11. 51.2375 MHz - 51.2 MHz = 37.5 kHz This signal of 37.5 kHz is inputted into CPU board as RX IF OUT signal and is demodulated with CODEC and DSP. AGC is a circuit that controls CR9 and CR13 (pin diode) when AGC voltage is inputted from CPU board. However, since this voltage is always set to 1.1 V regardless of RX input level, technically, AGC is not being used. TX/RX IF out: - measures no modulation signal input with J9 - #27 on TX RX board SP SINAD: - measures SP output (1 W) of 1 kHz/70 % MOD.

20dB

Level(dBm)

10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60


7.7mVrms 0.77Vrms

2.4Vrms

TX/RX IF out

SINAD(dB)

SP SINAD

--10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110dBuV

SSG Level
Fig. 5.4.6 Input/Output(RX) characteristic on TX/RX Board

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5.4 Block Description

TX CIRCUIT A signal of 45 MHz inputted from CPU board is a FM-compatible signal modulated by DDS on CPU board. This modulated signal is amplified by U10 and U5. Then, it is converted by TX local frequency of Fo + 45 MHz of PLL output frequency on CR101 into Fo. (Fo + 45 MHz) 45 MHz = Fo This output signal goes through Q101, BPF (L/C), Q5 and Q1. Its signal is amplified by U1 (RA35H1516M). When PA input is anywhere between 20 to 50 mW will be over 40 W. RA35H1516M (154 MHz to 162 MHz, 40 W RF MOS-FET AMP Module)
(2) (1) (3) (4)
(5)

(5)

(1) (2)

(3)

(4)

(1): (2): (3): (4): (5):

RF Input(Pin) Gate Voltage(VGG) Drain Voltage(VDD) RF Output(Pout) RF Ground(Case)

At following condition; VDD=12.5V, VGG=5V, Pin=50 mW - Output: more than 40 W - Efficiency: more than 50 % - 2nd harmonic: less than 50 dBc

Table 5.4.4 RA35H1516M


Item VDD VGG Pin/Pout T case Conditions VGG<5 V VDD<12.5 V, Pin=0 mW 154-162 MHz, Zin/out=50 ohm Maximum range 17 VDC 6 VDC Pin=100 mW, Pout=50 W -30 - +110 deg.

PA output goes through T/R SW circuit (CR2) and LPF structured on LC to reduce spurious emissions. Cut-off frequency for LPF is 190 MHz and it is reduced by less than -40 dB with 2 x Fo. Therefore, maintained spurious emissions are kept less then -80 dB(less then 0.25 uW) by LPF and PA(2nd harmonic: less then 50 dB). This output line is connected to antenna terminal via CM coupler on U2 (DSC3D2D_0157). CM coupler detects R VSWR and F VSWR. Power control is carried out on the basis comparison between this signal and PWR CONT voltage from CPU board. R-VSWR functions as a protector at the time of opening an antenna and an antenna being in a state of short(R VSWR>F VSWR).

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5.4 Block Description

APC, R VSWR, F VSWR CIRCUIT

Rx

Tx out

CM Coupler
U2 (DCS3D20) LPF T/R SW T15V Q102
(4)

Driver PA
U1(RA35H1516M)
(2) (1)

Q1

VGG
PWR CONT

(3)

VDD

Q1:Driver Bias

Q1:Driver Bias

Q2 T15V Q11
UN LOCK (From U12: PLL IC)

Q10 T15V1

TEST ON Not used

Q8

CPU 05P0773
U30 CPU

U4

F-VSWR DET
CR8 U3(1/2)

- +

TEST ON Not used


(1/2) U4

R52

PWR CONT

DA

R-VSWR DET
CR6, 5 U3(2/2)

CR103

CPU

F VSWR R VSWR

AD

TX/RX 05P0774

EEPROM

Fig. 5.4.7 APC Block

These power data set up by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> TX POWER: is inputted into U4 (1/2): inversion amplifier. This voltage is a reference voltage of U4. One the other hand, F-VSWR detected by CM coupler is detected by CR8 (half-wave detection) and is amplified by U3 (1/2). R-VSWR is detected by CR5 and 6 (full-wave detection) and is amplified on U3 (2/2). For example, when PWR CONT inputted into U4 (1/2) is lower than F-VSWR voltage, U4 (1/2) output decreases. It lowers the base current of Q10 and goes through Q2 to lower VGG of U1: and PA output. As a result, F-VSWR voltage decreases as well. This voltage is the same as PWR CONT and continues until it reaches voltage value.

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5.4 Block Description

Measured
CH16 Power Data PWR CONT F VSWR Power Low Power 45 0.54 V 0.65 V 0.75 W Hi Power 161 1.93 V 3.04 V 21.2 W

Fig. 5.4.8 VGG vs Output Power

TEMPERATURE DETECTION When the temperature sensor: U13 (LM60CIM3) detects 60 degrees, it automatically reduces TX output to 14W. This output is the value adjusted by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> TX POWER -> TEMP.REDUCE. The output voltage of this sensor is calculated by Vo = 6.25 mv/deg. x Tc deg.

PA

U13 (LM60CIM3)

Fig. 5.4.9 TX/RX Board Temperature Sensor Location

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5.4 Block Description

5.4.4 DUPLEXER
Duplexer is to be installed in FM-8800D. TX is composed in LPF and RX in HPF. Estimated attenuation of effective frequency range for both from TX range to RX range and RX range to TX range is approximately -60 to -70 dB. Since RX signal of simplex channel attenuates in DUPLEXER, FM-8800D receives RX of duplex channels on DUP RX board and RX of simplex channel on TX/RX board.

TX/RX 05P0774
Rx RF
T/R SW

DUP RX (05P0777) DUPLEXER

PA

J1 : DUP OUT TX FIL

SIMPLEX (JUMPER)

J2 : DUP IN 1 RX FIL J4 : DUP IN 2

R/T ANT

U2

J3 : ANT

R/T ANT

Fig. 5.4.10 DUPLEXER Connection Diagram

TX FIL part (LPF) - Frequency Range - Insertion Loss - Attenuation of Signal RX FIL part (HFP) - Frequency Range - Insertion Loss - Attenuation of Signal

: 156.0 to 157.5 MHz : Within 1.8 dB : 160.6 MHz/59.3 dB, 161.5 MHz/66 dB, 162 MHz/60.5 dB : 160.6 to 162.1 MHz : Within 1.8 dB : 156 MHz/65 dB, 157.5 MHz/65 dB

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5.4 Block Description

Below chart shows Return Loss and Attenuation characteristic. Carry out +1.8 dB off-set

Return Loss

Attenuation

Fig. 5.4.11 DUPLEXER, RX FIL characteristic

Return Loss

Attenuation

Fig. 5.4.12 DUPLEXER, TX FIL characteristic

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5.4 Block Description

5.4.5 CPU (05P0773)


+5V

J5
Wing Handset MIC HANDSET MIC Remote Line IN

U42

U16

LPF

Handset SP U6 Wing SP1 Wing SP2

U5 U16
Wing handset MIC Remote Line OUT

LPF LPF

U5

SP Connector
U12 TDA2003 U9
VDR AF EXT SP

Remote Line OUT

J2: IEC61162/REMOTE J1: Printer


KEY LCD

EXT SP

T1 LPF U4

SP

Remote Line IN

Handset MIC

25.6MHz TCXO
Y1: 25.6 MHz U37

VDR AF

HS SP

EEPROM
U29 (AT26BV256) Q2 U15,14 NMEA I/F SCLKD U13 RS-485 I/F DATA A/B TXD/RXD

J13
U37 U37 For CLK - CPU - DSP - DDS - CODEC

EXT Alarm

D-RAM
U31 (IC41LV16100S)

J3 J11 Divider
U33

CODEC

U37

KEY ALM SYNC Timing BIT CLK U39, 40

IEC61162-1 (NMEA)

Q10

U37

U10 (AK4543)

1/2
25.6MHz 25.6MHz 38.4MHz

x3

DATA A/B Wing Handset MIC1, 2 PTT

DSP CLK 38.4MHz


CHK DDS

Wing handset MIC1, 2 PTT

CH70 RX 05P0775
CH70 TEST

Loop back U1, 2, 3, 8


U20 (ADSP2186NBST320)

J1

CH70 IF OUT(37.5kHz)

CENTRONICS I/F

Printer

AGC CONT
DUP RX IF OUT(37.5kHz) TX/RX IF OUT(37.5kHz)

U17 (AK4528VF)

U22

U11

DSP

U30 (HD64F2377)

SEL

CODEC

U18

CPU (H8S)

RESET U34 U36 (S1D13704F00A) LCD CONT U36 LED BRGT VADJ

TX/RX IF OUT 25.6MHz

AGC CONT

BPF

PANNEL 05P0772

DDS
U43 45MHz (Modulated) U25 (AD9834BRU)

Parallel to Serial U21,24 DSP CLK 38.4MHz

(EW50343FLWP)

J7

POW. CONT. TX ON RX ON TEST ON

CR6
PLL DATA PLL STB1 PLL CLK CHECK

Alarm SQ VR

TX/RX 05P0774
J8
R. VSWR F. VSWR PA TEMP PLL1 UNLOCK

SQ Auto AF Vol

DUP RX IF OUT

DUP RX 05P0777
25.6MHz +1.9V For - DSP +3.3V For - CPU - Logic ICs +3.3V1 For - D-RAM - EEPROM

PLL DATA PLL STB2 PLL CLK RX ON

PWR SW

POW

CH1 CH2 PLL2 UNLOCK DUP INST SCLK SIO CE Enter

CH nob
Push to Enter

J2 +1.9V AVR
U23, Q8, CR16 +5V +15V

RTC 05P0804

Handset Hook SW Handset PTT Handset MIC

+3.3V AVR
U28

+3.3V AVR
U27

+5V AVR
U25

PWR 05P0776
+15V

PWR SW

Handset SP

HANDSET & HANGER

Note; RTC board is installed in the Russian Ver.,

Fig. 5.4.13 CPU Block Diagram

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5.4 Block Description

MEMORY CONTENTS Memory configurations are as follow.


U30 CPU(H8S) U31 DRAM FROM DM (Data) U20 DSP

U29 EEPROM

SRAM

RAM (Program)

Fig. 5.4.14 Memory Configurations Table 5.4.5 Memories


Memory Function Program storage domain - Boot loader program - CPU program - DSP program (forwarded from CPU to DSP) - Letter indication font - CH frequency table - SQ curb table Storage domain of data at the time of carrying out a program Storage domain of data at the time of carrying out a program - TX/RX message data, etc - Data buffer of print output - Stack (CPU work area) Storage domain of system parameter - System setup value - The state of radio equipments - Log - Message file Storage domain of program code - Program code - Filter co-efficient of modulation and demodulation Storage domain of data at the time of carrying out a program - Data - Buffer - Gain table of AL Vol and SQ Vol

FROM

U30: CPU (H8S) BUILT-IN

SRAM

U30: CPU (H8S) BUILT-IN

DRAM

U31: 1M x 16 bits

EEPROM

U29: 256 kbits

DM

U20: DSP BUILT-IN CODE RAM

RAM

U20: DSP BUILT-IN DATA RAM

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5.4 Block Description

TCXO
TCXO(Temperature Compensate Crystal Oscillators) PLL reference frequency and of TX/RX board and DUP RX board is created based on TCXO of Y1: 25.6 MHz/+5ppm. There is no specific part where frequency is adjusted. If TX frequency tolerance is over +10 ppm, replace CPU board or TCXO. 38.4 MHz is created by multiplying 25.6 MHz by 3 on Q10 and is divided by 2 on U33. Frequency gained through this is used for clock of DSP (CLK Max. 50 MHz).
TX/RX 05P0774
45MHz J7

25.6MHz

For PLL Ref. J8

DUP RX 05P0777
For PLL Ref. J2
25.6MHz

25.6MHz TCXO
Y1: 25.6 MHz U37

J13
U37 U37 For CLK - CPU - DSP - DDS - CODEC

CH70 RX 05P0775
For 2nd Lo J1

25.6MHz

J3 J11 Divider
U33

U37

38.4MHz

Q10

U37

1/2

x3
For DSP CLK: 38.4MHz

Fig. 5.4.15 Standard Oscillation Circuit

MODULATION Below block diagram shows the process where modulation is carried out in DSP.

LINE IN Wing Hanset Handset MIC

U10: CODEC
A/D
SDATA OUT

Control

U20: DSP
45MHz
U25: DDS
50kHz

50kHz

8.3kHz

LPF
50kHz

Pre-emphasis
Pre-emphasis Enable/unenable

Voice Data

SEL

DDS setting data output


DDS Fo Select

Calculation: DDS setting data

50kHz

300kHz

FSK MOD
Select

Calculation: FSK data(B/Y)

FSK data(0/1)

U30: CPU

Control

Fig. 5.4.16 Modulation Process

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5.4 Block Description

Audio signal from the Transceiver handset, Remote handsets, and Wing MIC are digitized on U10: CODEC (A/D conversion) and is inputted into U20: DSP. DSC TX message is inputted into DSP from U30: CPU. These data are processed in DSP as DDS setup data. Although a signal of FM-modulated 45 MHz is outputted from DDS (9 x 5 MHz) , this signal uses a high frequency that is 9 times higher than reference frequency of DDS which is 5 MHz. DEMODULATION IF signal (-60 to +10 dBm) of 37.5 kHz from TX/RX board and DUP RX board goes through U22 and limiter circuit of CR4. Then, it is amplified by differential amplifier consisting of U11 and is inputted into U17: CODEC. IF signal (-60 to +10 dBm) of 37.5 kHz from CH70 RX board goes through limiter circuit of CR7 and is amplified by differential amplifier consisting of U18. Then it is inputted into U17: CODEC. Below block diagram shows the demodulation process carried out in DSP.

EXT SP VDR SP HS SP REM LINE OUT

U10: CODEC

Control

D/A
FM DEMOD OUT(Voice) FM DEMOD (Voice)

(TR Handset, TR SP)

(LINE OUT/VDR)

Select FSK DEMOD Enable/unenable De-emphasis Enable/unenable

Control

Loop back CH70 IF OUT TX/RX IF OUT DUP RX IF OUT

Loop back

50kHz

SEL

100kHz

A/D

IF Sig.
100kHz

BPF

DEMOD

LPF

HPF/BPF

De-emphasis

Mute

SQ DET.

U17: CODEC

Separator (Noise/Sig.) FSK DEMOD LPF Judgment (0 or 1)

U30: CPU
6kHz

Sampling

FSK Sig.

DET. Voice spectrum DET. (IF Sig. level)

SQ Cont.
SQ VR data, SQ auto, SQ off

Reciveing level(ANT Bar IND.)

ATT (AGC Cont.)


Not used

D/A

ATT ADJ.

Calculation: ATT

U20: DSP

Fig. 5.4.17 DSP function Diagram

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5.4 Block Description

SQ/Auto SQ FUNCTION
SQ FUNCTIONS are below; - Threshold level : -3 to 6 dBuV (approximately SINAD 12 dB) - Tight level : below +6 dB CAUTION: SQ auto function is the position of SQ volume at around 7 o'clock. Note that dose not control audio spectrum as FM-8500 does. SQ control is carried out in SQ Cont inside DSP shown in Fig. 5.4.17. SQ function is based on a ratio between the level of audio range and the level of noise range. For example, there will be no audio signal when the level of audio range and the level of noise range are the same. Inputting audio signal will increase the level of audio range and suppresses the level of noise range. A ratio table (SINAD) of noise and signal is made beforehand and the level that controls each detected level and the level with which they are controlled from the position of SQ volume. You can check the level of noise range and the level of signal range by selecting [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> TEST -> TX/RX STATUS and checking RX IF LEVEL and RX AF NOISE. Refer to page 8-15.
37.5kHz

37.5kHz

Noise area 8kHz 25kHz

Noise area
50kHz +12.5kHz Signal area

8kHz 25kHz

50kHz +12.5kHz Signal area

No signal

When there is a signal, signal level increases and noise level is suppressed. Noise range is within the level ranging from 8 kHz up to 25 kHz.

Fig. 5.4.18 Signal Range and Noise Range

SQ Cont: Refer to Fig. 5.4.17. SQ control is a MUTE circuit of FM DEMOD OUT (Voice) line. This signal is outputted into the Handset era-speaker and SP of the Transceiver unit. FM DEMOD (Voice) line is the output of Remote Handset's LINE OUT and VDR OUT, therefore, SQ control is not carried out here. SQ control for a Remote Handset; SQ level set up on the Remote Handsets side goes through DATA line and controls this circuit: SQ Cont. A signal (SQ) that controls MUTE circuit is sent to the Remote Handset side and controls the sound there.

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5.4 Block Description

ANTENNA BAR INDICATION This indicates ratio (SNAD) between the level of audio range and the level of noise range. Just as SQ control, they are detected by SQ Cont inside DSP. Adequate SINAD conversions of AF output are below. - No antenna indication : no signal received. - One antenna : below 20 dB SINAD - Two antennas : 20 dB to 40 dB SINAD - Three antennas : over 40 dB SINAD COMMUNICATION WITH REMOTE HANDSETS Communication between the Transceiver unit and a Remote Handsets are carried out using RS-485. The communication speed is 57.6 kbps/asynchronous communication and is carried out with multi-processor function. With this equipment, polling is carried out at all times towards each Remote Handset to monitor the state of it. For example, when any key on a Remote Handset is pressed, a responding action will be carried out on the Transceiver unit side and also sends its control command to the Remote Handset. MULTI-PROCESSOR FUNTION This is a function installed in H8S CPU. This function allows the shared use of communication line between multiple CPUs and TX/RX of data through asynchronous serial communication by adding multi-processor unit to it.
Polling
FM-8800S, D
CPU (H8S)

Polling

Reply

DATA A, B

CPU (H8S)

CPU (H8S)

ID=1

CPU (H8S)

ID=2

CPU (H8S)

ID=3

CPU (H8S)

ID=4

DMC I/F (IF-8820)

Remote Handset (HS-8800)

Remote Handset (HS-8800)

Remote Handset (HS-8800)

Remote Handset (HS-8800)

Start bit 0 D0

ID data D2 D3 D7

Stop Start MPB bit bit 1 1 0 D0 D2

Data D3 D7

MPB 0

Stop 1 bit 1 idling

Note; Connection of DMC I/F cannot be performed in the Russian Ver.

MPB: Multi Processer Bit

Fig. 5.4.19 Multi-Processor Unit

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5.4 Block Description

For this communication to be in use, proper ID number has to be set up for each CPU. Refer to page 4-4 for this ID setup. ID for DMC IF unit is fixed. Data is composed of ID transmitting cycle that designates the Receiving station (a Remote Handset) and a data transmitting cycle that responds to Receiving station. When a multi-processor bit is ''1'' that means ID transmitting cycle and ''0'' means data receiving cycle. For example, a Transmitting station (the Transceiver unit) transmits a data with ID code of a Receiving station with multi-processor bit 1 followed by data with multi-processor bit 1. When a Receiving station receives a data with multi-processor bit 1, it compares it with its own ID to make sure before accepting it. COMMUNICATION WITH DMC-5 Connection of DMC I/F cannot be performed in the Russian Ver. A communication between DMC IF and DMC-5 is made possible using MIF command. A communication between DMC IF and the Transceiver unit uses FM-8800S/D communication protocol so does a Remote Handset. Therefore, in order to establish a communication between the Transceiver unit and DMC-5, DMC IF transfers a command from DMC-5 to FM-8800S/D and the same transfer of command can be done the other way around as well.
FM-8800S, D
CPU (H8S)

DATA A, B DATA A, B
CPU (H8S)

DMC I/F (IF-8820)

TXD RXD (MIF Comand)

CPU (V25)

CPU (H8S)

ID=1

CPU (H8S)

ID=4

DMC-5

Remote Handset (HS-8800)

Remote Handset (HS-8800)

Fig. 5.4.20 DMC-5 Connection Diagram

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5.4 Block Description

5.4.6 PWR (05P0776)


This outputs the voltage of +15 VDC from +24 VDC input power. Each protection circuit and their functions are as below.
U1: CBS2002415

TB1
24VDC(+)

C1-7

C8-10

L3 +IN +Vout C11,12 L2 -IN CR1 R5 K1 CR4 02CZ39 R8 C23 R7,9 AVR (+12V) Voltage DET. U2: M51958BFP -Vout RC

L4 C14,15

+15V J1-#1-3

L1

TB2
24VDC(-) FG

0V

J1-#6-8

AVR (+12V) Q1: 2SD1271A CR2: 02CZ12Y Q2

R3

Q3 PWR SW P PWR SW M J1-#4 J1-#5

PWR 05P0776

POWER SW

Fig. 5.4.21 PWR Block Diagram

OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION This protection functions to stop the output when power input is anywhere between +42 to +43 VDC and also functions as an automatic recovery function. This detects voltage on CR4 and controls power relay: K1 through Q 2 and Q3. LOW VOLTAGE PROTECTION This protection functions to stop the power output when the power input is anywhere between +14 to +15 VDC. Detected voltage is determined by voltage divider(between R 7/9 and R 8) and its voltage is used to control U2. Normally, 300 ms after turning on the power, level will be L and sets U1 to ON. RUSH CURRENT PROTESTION When you turn on the power, K1 will be set to ON and then, RC (Remote Control) on U1 will be set to ON. Delay of RC terminal will depend on C23 on U2. Approximately 300 ms after turning on the power, level will change to L. If you turn on the power without proper adjustment with RC terminal (RC=L level), rush current will be discharged into U1 and might burn where K1 is connected. This protection prevents rush current at the time of inserting RC power by adjusting RC terminal to L level 300 ms after turning on the power.

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5.4 Block Description

OVER CURRENT PROTECTION ON U1 This protection functions to stop the output when U1 output current increases more than 14 A and also functions as an automatic recovery function. LOW VOLTAGE OUTPUT PROTECTION ON U1 This protection functions to stop the output when the voltage is over +17 VDC. Turn off the power temporarily when this happens. OVER HEATING PROTECTION ON U1 This protection functions to stop the output when the temperature on module plate reaches over 100 degrees and also functions as an automatic recovery function.

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5.4 Block Description

5.4.7 HS CONT (05P0781)


CPU on HS CONT board responds to the polling from the Transceiver unit and sends out the information. For example, handset is OFF HOOK etc. CPU on the Transceiver unit responds to it and carries out appropriate actions and sends a command to the Remote Handset CPU at the time of responding. Remote Handset CPU will carry out a command from the Transceiver unit and displays it. U14 (EEROM) on HS CONT board stores ID number, dimmer, and contrast of a Remote Handset.

RS-485 Driver/Receiver
EEROM U14
(CAT25C16S) DTMF TXD RXD

U3
SN75LBC1790R

J2-#1,2 J2-#3

DATA A/B CONT

LCD Module
MFM07Q10

Mulutiplexer
DIM Cont. 3bits
X1

R34
A/B C Y1 X0 Y0 Z0 Z1

Reset

U5 U1
LINE R45 R35

J2-#7,8

Line in

CPU SW PCB (05P0715)


Scan out 3bits Scan in 8bits

Xcom Ycom

Handset MIC

U2
(HD64F3067RF)

Zcom

Reset

U13
(TC4053)

Q5, 6 U4 Mute
2bits

Earspeaker (Handset)

Y1
18.432MHz

Hook senser
U12
(DN6848S)

Flash ROM:128k RAM:4k UART:3ch ICU:6ch PIO:79

U5

J2-#5,6

Line out

Vol. CONT.
Key click tone
IN2 CLK DATA IN1 OUT1 OUT2

Loudspeaker (Handfree)
U7

PTT SW S1

Vol. Cont. 32step

U6(M62429)
J2-#4

Distress switch

+5V +5V1 Reset

U8
TA7805F

J2-#9

+15V

+9V

U9
AN77L09M

M51953

U11

U10
TA7805F

HS CONT 05P0781

Fig 5.4.22 HS CONT Block Diagram

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5.4 Block Description

U13 is IC that switches MIC and SP line. There are two different switch functions as below. - X and Y (linked function) : switch between a normal state and DTMF(Not used) -Z : ON/OFF switch of loud speaker.

Mulutiplexer
U13: TC4053
A B C

U5 X0 X1 Xcom U4 Mute

Line in

U2: CPU
R34

Earspeaker (Handset) Loudspeaker (Handfree)

Z0 Z1

Zcom

U6 Vol. CONT.

U7

U1 Y0 Ycom U5 Y1
DTMF

Handset MIC

Line out

Fig. 5.4.23 MIC/SP Switching Block Diagram

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Chapter 6. Measurement 6.1 Adjustment


6.1 Adjustment
6.1.1 Output Power
Adjusts output power for HI, LOW and TEMP REDUCE. Adjustment procedure for FM-8800D and FM-8800S are the same. Power Data are curried out on the selected channels and they are not memorized separately for each channel. Therefore, make an adjustment with intermediate channel (CH14) of VHF. - HI: 25 W (IEC standard is within 0 dB, 3 dB) - LOW: Less than 1 W - TEMP. REDUCE: Adjusts to 14W with output when the temperature sensor in TX/RX board detects 60 degrees.
Antenna Handset
ANT

50 ohm Dummy

FM-8800S FM-8800D
CH70 ANT

or
50 ohm Power meter

Fig. 6.1.1 Output Measurement Circuit

Procedure 1. Set to CH14. 2. Call up the option menu. Refer to page 4-1. - Make a jumper connection between #2 and #15 on [Printer] port - Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810 - Press [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] -> Input the password 3. Select TX POWER and press [ENT] key. Pop-up window will appear as below.
* TX POWER * HI LOW TEMP. REDUCE

6-1

6.1 Adjustment

4. Select output to set up and press [ENT] key. e.g. Select HI and press [ENT] key. Pop-up window will appear as below.
POWER Setup HI PWR (0 255) < 127

EXT: ENT

5. Press PTT switch and adjust output power by turning Channel Knob while checking output power. 6. Press [ENT] key to store output setup power data. 7. Carry out the procedure from step 3 to adjust LOW and TEPM REDUCE. 8. Turn off the power. NOTE: The following figure shows for Power Data vs Output Power. (The following value varies Transceiver unit.) Adjustments of HI, LOW and TEMP. REDUCE are the same curve and they can be adjusted respectively.
Power
45 W 40 35 30 FM-8800D

Reference only
FM-8800S

25
25 20

14
15 10 5 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180

Default setting of Power data (Russian Ver, ,and INTL Ver. 03.01 and after) - HI: 170 - LOW: 44 - TEMP. REDUCE: 134

200

220

240 255

Power data

Fig. 6.1.2 Power Data vs. Output Power

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6.2 Measurement

6.2 Measurement
6.2.1 VHF Frequency
As a reference oscillator for this equipment, TCXO (Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillators) is used. And there is no adjustment part of frequency. Regulated range of frequency tolerance is within +10 ppm (+1.5 kHz approximately). If the tolerance is more/less than +10 ppm, replace CPU board or Y1 (TCXO: 25.6 MHz) on CPU board. Connect the frequency counter as below. Read the frequency of the setup channel when PTT switch is ON.

The frequency tolerance: within +10 ppm


Antenna Handset
ANT

50 ohm Dummy

FM-8800S FM-8800D
CH70 ANT

or
50 ohm Power meter Freq. Counter

The input to a frequency counter approximates the pick-up coil to a dummy load or ANT coaxial cable and picks up TX frequency.

Fig. 6.2.1 Frequency Measurement

6-3

6.2 Measurement

6.2.2 CH70 Output


As CH70 is assigned to DSC channel, it cannot be selected as normal channel can be. See diagrams in Fig. 6.1.1 and 6.2.1 of the output power and the frequency for CH70. Note that there is no output power adjustment only for CH70. Procedure 1. Any channel may be selected. 2. Refer to page 4-1. Call up the option menus. - Make a jumper connection between #2 and #15 on [Printer] port - Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810 - Press [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] -> Input the password 3. Select TONE TEST and press [ENT] key. Pop-up window will appear as below. CH70 is automatically selected when going into this mode.
* Tone Test Menu * POWER HI DSC MARK SPACE DOT CARRIER - POWER: Sets HI/LOW Power - DSC: Changes DSC/ATIS (either has different modulation index) - MARK: 1300 Hz - SPACE: 2100 Hz - DOT: Modulated by Mark/Space Tone 1200 bps - CARRIER: No modulation

4. In the Tone Test Menu above, select HI or LOW for POWER, DSC for DSC, and select CARRIER. 5. When PTT switch is ON, CH70 is outputted. Then, take a measurement of output power and the frequency tolerance. 6. Turn off the power.

6-4

6.2 Measurement

6.2.3 DSC Tone Frequency


In the FM-8800 program: INTL Ver.03.01 and after /Russian ver., TONE selected from a speaker is outputted when TONE TEST is performed in the 6.2.2 CH70 Output. In case of the INTL Ver.02.03 and before for the FM-8800 program No checkpoint in Mark and Space Tone. Therefore, when confirming the tone frequency, monitor the tone frequency by other VHF transceiver for CH70. The tone frequency tolerance is within +10 Hz. In this section, monitoring procedures with FM-8800S, D are described.
Handset
ANT

Antenna 50 ohm Dummy For Monitor


ANT

FM-8800S FM-8800D
CH70 ANT

CH70
CH70 ANT

FM-8800S FM-8800D

SP

- MARK: 1300 Hz + 10 Hz - SPACE: 2100 Hz + 10 Hz

Freq. Counter

Fig. 6.2.2 Tone Frequency Measurement Circuit

Procedure *** FM 8800S/D preparation on the monitor side *** 1. Connect the frequency counter to the SP line. 2. Any channels may be selected. 3. Call up the option menus. Refer to page 4-1. - Make a jumper connection between #2 and #15 on [Printer] port - Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810 - Press [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] -> Input the password 4. Select T/A and press [ENT] key. Pop-up menus will appear as below. CH70 is automatically received by CH70 RX board when going into this mode. And the decoded CH70 signal is outputted to the SP.
DSC RX TEST OUTPUT RX DSC DATA TO NMEA PORT EXT:ENT NOTE: Decoded signals are also outputted into NMEA-TX on [IEC61162-1/REMOTE] port by RS-422 level.

6-5

6.2 Measurement

*** FM 8800S/D preparation and transmission on the TX side *** 5. Any channel may be selected. 6. Call up the option menus. Refer to page 4-1. - Make a jumper connection between #2 and #15 of [Printer] port - Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810 - Press [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] -> Input the password 7. Select TONE TEST and press [ENT] key. Pop-up window will appear as below.
* Tone Test Menu * POWER HI DSC MARK SPACE DOT CARRIER

8. In the Tone Test Menu above, for example, select LOW for POWER, DSC for DSC, and select MARK. The cursor is MARK. 9. When PTT switch is ON, CH70 is transmitted. (Modulated in Mark tone) 10. Check the Mark tone frequency by FM-8800S/D on the monitor side. MARK tone frequency: 1300 Hz 11. After taking a measurement, go back to Tone Test Menu and select SPACE for the tone frequency. The cursor is Space. 12. Check the Space tone frequency by FM-8800 S/D on the monitor side. SPACE tone frequency: 2100 Hz 13. Turn off the power.

6-6

6.2 Measurement

6.2.4 Spurious Emission


Acceptable level for spurious emission is as below. - 146 to 162.0375 MHz : 2.5 W (less than -70 dB for 25 W) - Other bands : 10 W (less than -64 dB for 25 W) Connect the spectrum analyzer to the antenna terminal of FM-8800S/D as below and turn on PTT switch to take spurious emissions measurements.

Handset
ANT

FM-8800S FM-8800D
CH70 ANT

50 ohm ATT(30dB)

Spectrum Analyzer

Fig. 6.2.3 Spurious Emissions Measurement

Fundamental signal Measure

Spurious emission

Fig. 6.2.4 Spectrum Analyzer Panel

6-7

6.2 Measurement

6.2.5 Frequency deviation for a radiotelephone


Connect FM Liner Detector as below. Connect AF OSC (AF Oscillator) and an appropriate switch as a substitution to PTT switch.

ANT

50 ohm ATT (20dB) Pick-up

50 ohm Dummy

HANDSET

FM-8800S FM-8800D
CH70 ANT 1-2

AF OSC

3-4 600 ohm

FM Liner Detector

PTT SW

Fig. 6.2.5 Measurement of Frequency Deviation

Procedure 1. Set up the frequency for AF OSC to 1 kHz. Modulation frequency: 1 kHz. 2. Turn on PTT switch. 3. Adjust the output level of AF OSC (Adjust the modulation level.) so that it may be set up to Frequency Deviation: 3.5 kHz. 4. Measure the Frequency Deviation when the modulation level is increased +20 dB from the above-mentioned AF OSC level. Frequency Deviation is regulated to be within 5 kHz.

NOTE: Modulation Index (m) = Frequency deviation (kHz) Modulation frequency (kHz)

6-8

6.2 Measurement

6.2.6 Sensitivity of a radiotelephone: NQ method


Connect SSG as below.
ANT

SSG (Standard Signal GEN.)

50 ohm

SP

4 ohm SP or 4 ohm dummy

FM-8800S FM-8800D

or
AF V.V

Fig. 6.2.6 Measurement of Receiving Sensitivity

Procedure 1. Set up SSG (Standard Signal Generator) as follows. - Set up CH16 (156.8 MHz), for example. - Modulation frequency: 1 kHz - Frequency deviation: 3.5 kHz 2. Set up SSG output level to 20 dBuV and audio output of FM-8800S/D to approximately 1W: 2 Vrms by AF VR. 3. Turn off SSG output in the above state and take a measurement of the FM-8800S/D noise level. If the noise level is not 2 Vrms, adjust AF VR to 2 Vrms again. 4. Turn SSG to the non-modulation signal, and make an adjustment of SG level. Find a point that FM-8800S/D audio output is -20 dB (0.2 Vrms) IEC standard: Less than +6 dBuV ** FM-8800S/D: less than 0 dBuV

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7.1 Updating Chapter 7. Updating Program

7.1 Updating
7.1.1 Program file
This program consists of Transceiver unit (FM-8800S/D), Handset (HS-8800) and DMC I/F (IF-8820). Main program is use with both FM-8800S and FM-8800D. Program folder and their contents are indicated in the table below.
Table 7.1.1 Program File List File DMCIF.BIN BIN Size Category

FMDSP.BIN HAND.BIN

LOADER

FMLD.BIN COMDSP.EXE

PROGRAM UppgNT.exe UP8800.BAT UPHS.BAT UPIF.BAT

VER.txt * The size is an only reference.

Deleted in Russian Ver. 11 KB BIN file For DMC I/F program BIN file 422 Consists of H8S CPU and DSP program in KB Transceiver unit BIN file 64 KB For Remote Handset program BIN file 8 KB Common with Loader program Application file 92 KB File to carry out displaying update process of Remote Handset and DMC I/F program Application file 189 Update file to carry out for Transceiver unit, KB Remote Handset and DMC I/F program Batch file 1 KB For updating Main program Batch file 1 KB For updating Remote Handset program Deleted in Russian Ver. 1 KB Batch file For updating DMC I/F program Text document 1 KB Display contents of a holder and the program version.

Batch file - UP8800.BAT programuppgNT loaderfmld.bin binfmdsp.bin 0 0 1 0 1 - UPHS.BAT programuppgNT loaderfmld.bin binhand.bin 0 0 1 3 1 programcomdsp -c1 -b57600 - UPIF.BAT programuppgNT loaderfmld.bin bindmcif.bin 0 0 1 4 1 programcomdsp -c1 -b57600

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7.1 Updating

VER.txt file 1) In case of the INTL Ver.

Program version is indicated in VER.txt file. e.g. If the program version is FM-8800 (MAIN), the last two digits 02 of 0550215-02.02 indicate the detailed version.

Check the detailed program numbers, see page 7-11.

2) In case of the Russian Ver.


--------------------------------------<Program version> 2006.03.31 --------------------------------------FM-8800(MAIN) 0550220-01.01 HS-8800(Handset) 0550221-01.01 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------<FM-8800 Update program file list> -------------------------------------FM8800_R | +--BIN-----+--fmdsp.bin | +--hand.bin | +--LOADER--+--fmld.bin | +--PROGRAM-+--comdsp.exe | +--uppgNT.exe | +--UP8800.BAT +--UPHS.BAT

Program version is indicated in VER.txt file. e.g. If the program version is FM-8800 (MAIN), the last two digits 02 of 0550220-01.01 indicate the detailed version.

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7.1 Updating

7.1.2 Note
1. For electrical specification Electric specification of the communication port on FM-8800S/D side for updating a program, is RS-422. Communication speed is 57.6 kbps. Provide the RS-422 level converter with the specification more than 57.6 kbps. The level converter (IC-485SN) for updating FA-100 is available. 2. If the serial port on the PC is anything other than [COM-1], update the batch file or change the specified COM port to [COM-1] on the PC. 3. Where to connect PC varies with a program to be updated.
Connection port for the PC Transceiver unit [IEC61162/Remote] Junction box (IF-8810) [TB-1] #10: RX-C, #9: RX-H #8: TX-C, #7: TX-H #1: TX-H, #2: TX-C #3: RX-H, #4: RX-C Program to update Main: Transceiver unit (FM-8800S/D) Main: Transceiver unit (FM-8800S/D) Remote Handset (HS-8800) NOTE DMC I/F (IF-8820) Remark

Updating via Transceiver unit

NOTE: Even if some Remote Handsets are connected, Remote Handset ID is automatically recognized and updated from the lowest ID number. See page 4-6 for details.

4. Port setting for the serial port on the PC is unnecessary. When updating it , it is automatically set from the UppgNT.exe. - At the time of booting up the program: 9600 bps - PC and Transceiver unit are communicated for updating: 57.6 kbps - Communicates among Transceiver unit, Remote Handset and DMC I/F: 38.4 kbps Then, Remote Handset and DMC I/F program are temporarily downloaded into the memory of Transceiver unit and loaded respectively. The main program is directly loaded in CPU(H8S) of Transceiver unit. The protocols are as below. - Format - Flow control - Data bit: 8 - Parity bit: None - None - Stop bit: 1

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7.1 Updating

7.1.3 Setup
1. Connection Set up the slide switch of IC-485SN as below when using the level converter (IC-485SN). - T-ON/R-ON side - DCE side (FA-100 is on the DTE side.)

T-ON/R-ON

DCE

Fig. 7.1.1 Setting IC-485SN

Cable wiring between PC (9P) and IC-458SN (25P) is as below. DSR, DTR and etc, cannot be used as the control signals. Connect TXD, RXD and GND lines.
Table 7.1.2 Wiring 925 Pin D-Sub Cables
PC 9 Pin D-sub (Female) 2 TXD 4 DSR 3 RXD 5 GND 6 DTR 7 CTS 8 RTS 9 RI 1 DCD Frame Shield IC-458SN 25 Pin D-sub (Male) 3 RXD 20 DTR 2 TXD 7 GND 6 DSR 4 RTS 5 CTS 22 RI 8 DCD Frame Shield

<--> <--> <--> <--> <--> <--> <--> <--> <--> <-->

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7.1 Updating

- Updating for Transceiver unit (FM-8800S/D)


IEC61162/Remote port 37 Pin D-sub

FM-8800S FM-8800D

10.RxD-C 9.RxD-H 7.TxD-H 8.TxD-C RS-422

1. T+ 2. TIC-485SN 3. R4. R+

Serial port
25p [COM-1] RS-232C Straight Cable 9p

PC

Fig. 7.1.2 Case-1: Update Wiring FM-8800

- Updating Transceiver unit (FM-8800S/D), Remote Handset (HS-8800) and DMC I/F (IF-8820)

IEC61162/Remote port 37 Pin D-sub

J1

FM-8800S FM-8800D

J2 J3

4.RxD-C 3.RxD-H 1.TxD-H 2.TxD-C RS-422

1. T+ 2. TIC-485SN 3. R4. R+

25p

Serial port
[COM-1] RS-232C Straight Cable 9p

PC

Handset (HS-8800)

Junction box IF-8810

30/31 DATA-A/B

Remote Station (RB-8800/8810)

Max. 4 sets

TB-1

DMC I/F (IF-8820)

40/41 DATA-A/B

Same as above

Connection of the unit surrounded by the dotted line cannot be performed in Russian Ver.,

Fig 7.1.3 Case-2: Update Wiring FM-8800, HS-8800 and IF-8820

7-5

DMC-5

Remote Station (RB-8800/8810) & Handset (HS-8800)

Remote Station (RB-8800/8810)

Handset (HS-8800)

7.1 Updating

2. Changing batch files 1) Checking PCs COM port number: Open [Control PANEL] > [System] > [Device Manager] and check COM port number. (e.g. COM3 the installed USB - RS-232C Driver) 2) Select the updating batch file and open the batch file from [File] Edit. 3) Change the underlined digit of each batch file to PCs COM port digit. - UP8800.BAT programuppgNT loaderfmld.bin binfmdsp.bin 0 0 1 0 1 - UPHS.BAT programuppgNT loaderfmld.bin binhand.bin 0 0 1 3 1 programcomdsp -c1 -b57600 - UPIF.BAT programuppgNT loaderfmld.bin bindmcif.bin 0 0 1 4 1 programcomdsp -c1 -b57600 e.g. If the batch file is UP8800.BAT, change -------- binfmdsp.bin00101 to 00103. If the batch file is UPHS.BAT, change ---- binhand.bin 0 0 1 3 1 to 0 0 1 3 3 programcomdsp -c1 -b57600 to c3 As for UPIF.BAT, it is the same as UPHS.BAT. 4) Select [File] and [Save] for the edited text. If it is unsuccessful, right click on the batch file icon and select [Property] -> [General]. For [Attribution], make sure that there is no check mark in Read Only box.

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7.2 Updating Procedure

7.2 Updating Procedure


7.2.1 Procedure
1. Turn off Transceiver unit and connect the PC to the Junction Box (IF-8810) or Transceiver unit. See page 7-4 for setup. 2. Open the FM UP program holder. (Russian Ver: FM8800 R) 3. Double click the batch file icon for the update program.

FM8800S, FM8800D

DMC I/F: IF-8820

Handset: HS-8800

4. MS-DOS window appears. Turn on Transceiver unit when TARGET POWER ON appears.

Port No. TARGET POWER ON

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7.2 Updating Procedure

5. Update program starts automatically. During updating, there is no indication shown in LCD of Transceiver unit and Remote Handset. However, the ALARM LED of Remote Handset light. If a normal display is shown on LCD, check the connection and try again from the step 2. 6. After updating a program, a normal display is shown on LCD. Updating time is as below. - Main (UP8800.BAT) : approximately 5 minutes - Remote Handset (UPHS.BAT): approximately 1 minute for transferring a file approximately 0.5 minutes for loading time per unit - DMC IF (UPIF.BAT) : approximately 0.5 minutes 7. Turn off the power. Reference) Update screen

Status of updating process (%)

Fig. 7.2.1 Screen for Update Program of Main Unit

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7.2 Updating Procedure

Transfer the program from the PC into the memory of Transceiver unit.

} }

Remote 30: Updating Handset ID=1 Remote 32: Updating Handset ID=3

Complete updating

Fig. 7.2.2 Screen of Updating Handset Program

}
}

Transfer the program from the PC into the memory of Transceiver unit.

Remote 40: Updating DMC I/F

Complete updating

Fig. 7.2.3 Screen of Updating DMC IF Program

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7.2 Updating Procedure

7.2.2 Check the detailed program number


1. Make a jumper between #2 and #15 of [PRINTER] port. Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810. See page 4-1.

15

[PRINTER]

2. Press [Menu] key and select SYSTEM and then, followed by [ENT] key. 3. Input the password xxxxxx to go to the option menu.

xxxxxx

mark: You can open all system setup menus.

4. Select TEST from SYSTEM SETUP MENU display and press [ENT] key to go to TEST MENU. 5. Select CPU and press [ENT] key to go to CPU TEST. 6. Select PROG.VER and press [ENT] key to bring up the PROGRAM VERSION.

PROGRAM VERSION FM-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 IF-8820 : 0550215-02 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550217-01

- Remote Handset version is displayed by the lowest ID number of Handset ID. - Version of the unconnected unit is not displayed.

Note; There is no IF-8820 in the Russian Ver.

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7.2 Updating Procedure

7. Press [SHIFT] key once and [1] key 5 times. The detailed program version appears.

PROGRAM VERSION FM-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 IF-8820 : 0550215-02-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550217-01-0x

The last 2 digits indicate the detailed version.

ITNL Ver.

PROGRAM VERSION FM-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 : 0550220-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x 2006-01-25 20:11

The last 2 digits indicate the detailed version. Compiled time of the FM-8800 program is displayed.

Russian Ver.

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Chapter 8. 8.1 Self-test and Error Message Maintenance


8.1 Self-test and Error Message
8.1.1 Daily test (Self-test)
Press [SHIFT] -> [TEST] key to carry out the test.
Test in progress Distress Alarm, LED of [Distress] button lights and LED of ALARM blinks. To be OFF, press [CANCEL] key
** DAILY TEST ** TX POWER TX/RX PCB CPU PCB : OK CH70 RX PCB DUP RX PCB : OK : OK : OK : OK

When PTT switch is not pressed before the test, NO CHECK appears. Displays only FM-8800D

1. TX POWER This test stores the last minute state of TX output (F-VSWR and R-VSWR) before the self-test in memory and checks to see if the output value is over the designated value or not. Press PTT switch with Hi power before carrying out the self-test and stores the state of TX output memory. If you turn on the power and carry out a self-test without transmitting at all, NO CHECK will appear. If the output is less than 8 W, NG will appear which means there is a problem with either PA module or TX/RX board (05P0774A, B). - OK/NG indication: assessed by approximately 8 W. OK means over approximately 8 W. - NO CHECK: indicated with self-test is carried out with no transmission.
PA
RA35H1516M

Tx out

CM Coupler
U2 (DCS3D20)

DRIVE
Q1,5

TX/RX 05P0774A, B

U1

CPU 05P0773
U30 CPU

PWR CONT Q2/12

UN LOCK (From U12: PLL IC)

TEST ON
U4

F-VSWR DET
CR8 U3(1/2)

R52

PWR CONT

DA

R-VSWR DET
CR6 U3(2/2)

CR103

FROM

F VSWR R VSWR

AD

Fig. 8.1.1 TX POWER Detector Circuit

8-1

8.1 Self-test and Error Message

2. TX/RX PCB This is to check the unlocked state of PLL circuit on TX/RX board (05P0774A, B). Frequency to be checked is the frequency set up at the time of self-test. The Un-lock/Lock signal is outputted from U12: PLL IC on TX/RX board. PLL circuit on this board is used with both TX and RX. Tx Local frequency is Fo + 45 MHz, and RX Local frequency is Fo + 51.2375 MHz.
TX/RX 05P0774
45 MHz
U5

FL1: 45MHz U10

45 MHz
Rx 2nd Lo (51.2MHz) X2 Q20

45 MHz

U25 DDS 25.6MHz


Ref. OSC

TA4001
Tx Local (F0+45 MHz)

TA4001

Tx out

PA
U1

DRIVE
Q1,5
2SK3874 2SC3356

BPF(L/C)
Q101
PMBF J310

MIX
F0

U11 TC75HU04F
U8 Q13

SW
CR101
ISS271

VCO
Q14, CR11/12
2SC3356 1SV229

RA35H1516M

BPF(L/C)
U7

uPC2745TB 2SC3356

uPC2745TB

CPU 05P0773

LPF
Q15
PMBF M310

RX circuit

Rx 1st Lo (Fo+51.2375MHz) Rx 2nd Lo (51.2MHz)

51.2MHz PLL
U12 Q21
LMX2353TMX

PLL1 DATA(STB/DATA/CLK)

PLL1 UN-LOCK

U30 CPU

Fig. 8.1.2 TX/RX PLL Block Diagram

3. CPU PCB This is a loop-back test where test signal is transmitted from U17: CODEC on CPU board (05P0773) and is detected by U10: CODEC. A signal transmitted from U17 is sine wave of 2 kHz. If this frequency and a designated level are detected by U10, it will be assessed OK. U25: DDS check is carried out the same way and a test signal is transmitted from DDS. U17 digitizes (A/D conversion) IF signal of 37.5 kHz transmitted from CH70 RX board, TX/RX board and DUP RX board. U10 on the other hand, digitizes (A/D, D/A conversion) mainly LINE input/output and AF input/output from a Remote Handset. Refer to page 8-16 for DDS/CODEC test which takes the same procedure.
CPU 05P0773
AOUT R AOUT L

CODEC
U17 (AK4528VF)

DSP
U20 (ADSP2186)

CPU
U30 (HD64F2377)

R282

R283

VIDEO L VIDEO R

CODEC
U10 (AK4543)

Fig. 8.1.3 CPU PCB Test

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8.1 Self-test and Error Message

4. CH70 RX PCB Modulated signal 37.5 kHz of CH70 TEST signal is outputted from U17: CODEC on CPU board. This test checks the test signal modulated by 1300 Hz and that modulated by 2100 Hz. If the same signal transmitted from U17: CODEC on CPU board via R37 on CH70 RX board is detected, it will be assessed OK. NG means there may be a problem with CPU board (05P0773). Refer to page 8-12 for CH70 RX test which takes the same procedure.
CH70 RX 05P0775
MIX

J3
R37 100k

J4 #3

CPU 05P0773
37.5MHz

#3 CH70 TEST

CODEC
U17 (AK4528VF)

DSP
U20 (ADSP2186)

CPU
U30 (HD64F2377)

37.5kHz
R36

#5 CH70 IF OUT #5

Q7
CR4 U18

CODEC
U10 (AK4543)

Fig. 8.1.4 CH70 RX PCB Test

5. DUP RX PCB This is indicated when FM-8800D is in use. This is to check the unlocked state of PLL circuit on DUP RX board (05P0777). Frequency to be checked it is 161.5 MHz at the time of self-test. The Un-lock/Lock signal is outputted from U8: PLL IC on DUP RX board. NG means there may be a problem with DUP RX board. RX 1st Lo is Fo + 51.2375 MHz.

BPF(L/C)

BPF(L/C) Q1 CR10/11 Q13

FL1 (51.2375MHz) Q14

CR8/9 MA2J728

DUP RX

37.5kHz
Q14 PMBFJ310

U17 CODEC

Rx 1st Lo (Fo+51.2375MHz)

ISS271

Rx 2nd Lo (51.2MHz)

2SK882

2SC3324 X2 Q4

25.6MHz

Ref. OSC

U5 Q5

VCO
Q6, CR3/4
2SC3356 1SV229

U3 TC75HU04F

uPC2745TB

BPF(L/C)

uPC2745TB 2SC3356

uPC2745TB

CPU 05P0773

LPF
Q11
PMBF M310

51.2MHz

DUP RX 05P0777

PLL
U8

PLL2 DATA(STB/DATA/CLK) Q10

PLL2 UN-LOCK

U30 CPU

LMX2353TMX

Fig. 8.1.5 DUP RX PLL Block Diagram

8-3

8.1 Self-test and Error Message

8.1.2 Error messages


1. PLL1 Unlock When unlocked state of PLL circuit on TX/RX board is detected, a pop-up window will appear as an error. This checks the changing of channels and switching of TX/RX function. See fig.8.1.2 for a detector circuit. 2. PLL2 Unlock As for FM-8800D, when unlocked state of PLL circuit on DUP RX board (05P0777) is detected, a pop-up widow will appear as an error. This checks the changing of channels and switching of TX/RX function. Refer to fig.8.1.5 for a detector circuit. 3. GPS ERROR (EPFS ERROR: FM-8800 Ver. 03.01 and after, and Russian Ver.) When a position data from GPS cannot be received for longer than a minute, a pop-up window will appear as an error and alarm will go off. Alarm sound is of 2200 Hz (50 ms) and goes off three times every 2 seconds. Refer to page 4-12 (1. POSITION OLDER) and page 4-18 (4.3.5 POSITION). 4. Printer PE When Printer detects Paper End, a pop-up window will appear as an error and alarm will go off. This error goes off when you try to print something out without a printer connected. Refer to page 4-29 (4.3.7 PRINT OUT). 5. NO MMSI If you press [LOG], [CALL/MSG] or [DISTRESS] key without MMSI being registered, a pop-up window will appear as an error and alarm will go off. 6. System ERROR When CPU detects malfunction with DSP, a pop-up window will appear as an error and alarm will go off. U20: DSP and U30: CPU are in constant contact. If DSP does not respond to a command from CPU, CPU will recognize DSP as malfunctioning and error will go off. 7. RTC ERROR Input RTC When communication between CPU and RTC stops, it is outputted by pop-up window. In case this pop-up window is shown, failure of the RTC board can be considered.

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8.1 Self-test and Error Message

Note:
Continuous alarm sounds When DSP detects CPU malfunction, alarm will go off. U20: DSP and U30: CPU are in constant contact. If CPU does not respond to a command from DSP, DSP will recognize this as an error and alarm of 2200 Hz will continuously go off. Then, key input and LCD indication will freeze up. Since there is no display function in DSP, alarm will go off instead of showing a pop-up window an as error. When detecting abnormally functioning antenna During a continued transmission R-VSWR voltage and F-VSWR voltage are checked three times after 5, 6 and 7 has passed from the start of the transmission. If RVSW voltage is over its designated voltage, APC functions to reduce PA output.

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8.2 DSC Communication Test

8.2 DSC Communication Test


This is a communication test between FM-8800S/Ds. Conditions under which this can be done with the same MMSI are below only: - CALL TYPE: Individual (SHIP CALL) - CATEGORY: Routine In this case, TX output of CH70 will automatically be reduced to Low Power. NOTE: FM-8500, etc can receive signals with the same MMSI. For example, No.2 VHF DSC can receive a DISTRESS CALL or ALL SHIP CALL from No.1 VHF. This tends to confuse a user. Therefore, when receiving the same registered MMSI, it will not carry out RX processing of messages other than messages set up by above-mentioned setup.
CH70 1W

1. ACK RQ Ship Call ROUTINE COM. CH6

CH70 1W 2. ACK BQ ( ABLE)

TR ANT

CH70 ANT

TR ANT

CH70 ANT

Handset ON HOOK

No.1 VHF

3. Voice Comunication (CH6)

No.2 VHF

Handset ON HOOK

AUTO ACK: ON, Able

Fig. 8.2.1 DSC Communication Test

Procedure 1. Carry out a DSC test from No.1 VHF to No2. VHF. Press CALL key on No.1 VHF to create DSC message. - CALL TYPE: SHIP CALL - SHIP ID: No.2 VHF MMSI (Input Own ship) - CATEGORY: ROUTINE - TCmd 1: SIMPLEX TP - TCmd 2: NO INFO - CH: CH6 2. As for a setup procedure for No.2 VHF, Select [MENU] -> AUTO ACK -> and set COMPLY STATUS setup to ABLE. In addition, set Handset/Remote Handsets to ON HOOK, and to any channel. 3. Press CALL key on No.1 VHF for longer than three seconds. Then, CALL IN PROGRESS ON CH70 will appear and after transmitting from CH70 WAITING FOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT will appear. Then, wait for the ACK BQ from No.2 VHF.

8-6

8.2 DSC Communication Test

4. When receiving ACK BQ from No.2 VHF ABLE ACKNOWLEDGE CALL RECEIVED will appear and alarm will go off. If you press [CANCEL] key, a display will switch to VHF display and CH6 will be automatically set up. 5. With No.2 VHF, when receiving a call-up from No.1 VHF, ACK BQ will immediately transmitted and alarm LED will blink and alarm will go off for 5 seconds. ABLE ACKNOWLEDGE CALL IN PROGRESS will appear on the display. 6. Press [CANCEL] key, alarm will stop and transmitted message will appear. 7. Press [CANCEL] key a display will switch to VHF display and CH6 will automatically be set up. 8. You carry out voice communication by CH6 between No.1 VHF and No.2 VHF. 9. The same procedure is taken to carry out a DSC test from No.2 VHF to No.1 VHF.

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8.3 T/A, TEST, RESET DSP

8.3 T/A, TEST, RESET DSP


Call up the option menu with reference to page 4-1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] -> and input the password. This section explains what T/A, TEST, and REST DSP are.

8.3.1 T/A
You can carry out DSC RX TEST by selecting this item and pressing [ENT] key. This checks the reception sensitivity on CH70 RX board and monitors DSC signals from other ships.
DSC RX TEST OUTPUT RX DSC DATA TO NMEA PORT EXT : ENT

IF signal: 37.5 kHz from CH70 RX board is inputted into U17: CODEC and is converted into audio frequency of 1700 Hz 400 Hz. Then, it is outputted into the Handset ear-speaker and SP of the Transceiver unit. A converted frequency just mentioned is digitized and is outputted into TXD LINE (#1-#2) on IEC61162/REMOTE port on RS-422 level. This signal is not converted into DSC characters but is used as a DSC RX raw data for type approval.

8.3.2 TEST menu


1. CPU 1.1 LOOP TEST 1.1.1 FSK LOOP Not used. 1.1.2 REMOTE LOOP Not used. 1.1.3 NMEA LOOP Not used.

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8.3 T/A, TEST, RESET DSP

1.2 MEMORY TEST There is no need to select RAM, ROM and EEPROM separately to carry out a memory test. Just open a window shown on the right and the test results show in it. - RAM

*** MEMORY TEST *** ALL RAM OK ROM OK EEPROM OK

- ROM - EEPROM

: is a test for U31 on CPU board and checks Read/Write. RAM is used for CPU working area. : is a test for ROM for built-in U30 on CPU board and checks the checksum. Main program is stored in ROM. : is a test for U29 on CPU board that checks the checksum. System setup value and communication log are stored in EEPROM.

1.3 PRINTER Enter this menu and connect a printer. If you press ENT key, FM-8800 PRINTER TEST will be printed out. NOTE: Printer: individual test for PP-510 - Turn on the power whiling pressing LF key: Printer's self-test will print out all of characters until you turn the power off.
!#$%&()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKL ---------

- Turn on the power while pressing NLQ: DIP SWITCH SETTINGS PRINT OUT will be carried out Printer: individual test for TP-80F For test printing: 1. Turn on the printer while pressing and holding down FEED switch. 2. All characters are printed out and then five line pattern is printed. The printer is on-line after test printing. - In case of PE during the test printing, returns to the state of PE after printing a line. - To cancel the test printing, press SEL switch. It stops printing and changes to ON LINE in a few moments.

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8.3 T/A, TEST, RESET DSP

1.4 PROG. VER. Displays the program version of connecting unit.


PROGRAM VERSION FM-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 IF-8820 : 0550215-02 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550216-01 : 0550217-01

- Remote Handset version number is indicated from a low ID number in order. (See page.4-4 for details.) - Version number of the unconnected unit is not indicated.

Press [SHIFT] key once and [1] key 5 times. The detailed program version is shown.
PROGRAM VERSION FM-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 IF-8820 : 0550215-02-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550216-01-0x : 0550217-01-0x PROGRAM VERSION FM-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 HS-8800 : 0550220-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x : 0550221-01-0x 2006-01-25 20:11

The detailed Ver. is the last 2 digits.

ITNL Ver.

Russian Ver.

Compiled time of the FM-8800 program is displayed.

2. PANEL 2.1 LCD TEST Press this item and press [ENT] key to carry out LCD contrast test. You can adjust the contrast level from 0-15 by turning a Channel Knob.
LCD Cont. = 15 0123456789 : ;< >? ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO PQRSTUVWXYZ \ abcdefghijklmno pqrstuvwxy012345
0123456789 :;<=>? ABCDE FGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ [ ] abcdefghijklmnopq rstuvwxy0123456789:;<= > ? ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ [ ] abcdefghi jklmnopqrstuvwxy012345

16 step
[CHANNEL] knob or [ ] ADJ.
LCD Cont. = 06

[ENT] LCD TEST [ENT]

[ENT]

0123456789 : ;< >? ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO PQRSTUVWXYZ \ abcdefghijklmno pqrstuvwxy012345


0123456789 :;<=>? ABCDE FGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ [ ] abcdefghijklmnopq rstuvwxy0123456789:;<= > ? ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ [ ] abcdefghi jklmnopqrstuvwxy012345

[CHANNEL] knob or [ ] ADJ.


LCD Cont. = 00 0123456789 : ;< >? ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO PQRSTUVWXYZ \ abcdefghijklmno pqrstuvwxy012345
0123456789 :;<=>? ABCDE FGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ [ ] abcdefghijklmnopq rstuvwxy0123456789:;<= > ? ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ [ ] abcdefghi jklmnopqrstuvwxy012345

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2.2 BACK LIGHT Select this item and press [ENT] key to carry out LCD back light test. Back light changes can be adjusted from 1-4 every time you press [ENT] key.
*** PANEL TEST *** LCD TEST BACK LIGHT 1 UI TEST

[ENT]

*** PANEL TEST *** LCD TEST BACK LIGHT 2 UI TEST

[ENT]

*** PANEL TEST *** LCD TEST BACK LIGHT 3 UI TEST

[ENT]

*** PANEL TEST *** LCD TEST BACK LIGHT 4 UI TEST

BACK LIGHT 1

[ENT]

2.3 UI TEST
* USER I/F STATUS *

This is for User Interface test. (Test the front panel for key switches, CHANNEL knob and so on.)

KEY : 2 CH : 03 VOL : 02333 SQ : 02343 PTT : OFF HOOK : OFF HOOK

2.3.1 KEY : x Indication changes depending on a key pressed. Indication will remain until another key is pressed. Keys and their indications are below although [CANCEL] key is excluded. [1]->1, [2]->2, [3]->3, [4]->4, [5]->5, [6]->6, [7]->7, [8]->8, [9]->9, [0]->0, [SHIFT]->SHIFT, [LOG]->LOG, [CH16]->CH16, [FILE]->FILE, [MENU]->MENU, [ENT]->ENTER, [CALL]->CALL, [DISTRESS]->DISTRESS 2.3.2 CH : xx This is a test for a CHANNEL knob(encoder). Turning this knob will change the value in every step turned in ranging from 00-99. 00 -> 01 -> 02 ---- -> 99 -> 00 ->01 -> 02 -> ----2.3.3 VOL : xxxxx This is a test for VOLUME/POWER volume. Turn this volume will change the value in every 64 steps turned ranging from 00000-65472(65536). Range of outputted voltage (0 - 3.3V) is digitized by 10-bit A/D converter with built-in CPU and will be indicated. Technically, since voltage indicated when turning the volume to the minimum is unsteady, minimum value is estimated to be 1000 or thereabouts.

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2.3.4 SQ : xxxxx This is a test for SQUELCH volume. Turning this volume will change the value in every 64 steps turned ranging from 00000-65472(65536). Range of outputted voltage (0-3.3V) is digitized by 10-bit A/D converter with built-in CPU and will be indicated. When a position acquired on AUTO, 00000 will be indicated. 2.3.5 PTT : OFF/ON This indicates the ON/OFF of PTT switch on the transceiver. When PTT is ON, ON will be indicated and when it is OFF, OFF will be indicated. 2.3.6 HOOK : OFF HOOK/ON HOOK

3. CH70 RX 3.1 AGC This is not in use. This is only equipped in case checking AGC functions with CHANNEL knob or [] [] key. This adjustment will change the voltage of J10-#25 and J8#12(AGC CONT) on CPU board.
AGC Test out 1.10V 3.65V < > 1.65 EXT : EXT

3.2 LOOP LOOP P : 0 A : 9099 This is a look-back test where IF frequency of 37.5 kHz of CH70 TEST signal is transmitted from U17: CODEC on CPU board to CH70 board and is checked on U17: CPU board via R37 on CH70 RX board. This test checks the test signal modulated by tone of 1300 Hz and then the signal modulated by the tone of 2100 Hz. - P is an assessment of included tone and if is normal 0 will be indicated and 1 if abnormal. Tone will be assessed OK with over 98 %. - A is the amplitude of received signals and 6000 and above will be assessed normal. This test is carried out and assessed just the same as CH70 RX test is.

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4. TX/RX 4.1 PLL This adjusts PLL circuit on TX/RX board. Frequency selected is set up as TX/RX PLL frequency data.

** TX/RX PLL ** 55.00 MHz 160.00 MHz 165.00 MHz

- RX 1st Lo frequency Fo + 51.2375 MHz - TX Lo frequency Fo + 45 MHz

4.2 AGC This is not in use. This is only equipped in case adjusting of AGC voltage and checking AGC functions with CHANNEL knob or [] [] key. Voltage of J9-#25 on TX/RX board will be changed by this adjustment but since normally this is function is not in use, 1.1V is always the setup voltage and indicated as below.
AGC Test out 1.10V 3.65V < > 1.65 EXT : EXT

4.3 APC This is not in use. 4.4 STATUS This allows you to check the TX/ RX status as indicated below.

*** TX/RX STATUS *** CH SIMP 16 RX IF LEVEL 2442 RX AF NOISE 18012 CH70 RX IF LEVEL 2442 CH70 RX AF NOISE 18012 PLL 1 UL LEVEL 0 PLL 2 UL LEVEL 0 EXIT : ENT

4.4.1 CH Set up the channel to check with CHANNEL knob or [] [] key. The channel mode is INTL.

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4.4.2 RX IF LEVEL This indicates IF signal level of 37.5 kHZ from TX/RX board which is its amplitude. It changes according to the level of signal. When the signal increases, RX IF LEVEL increases as well. 4.4.3 RX AF NOISE This indicates out-off-band noise (over 37.5 kHz 12.5 kHz). It changes according to the level of signal. When the signal increases, RX AF NOISE decreases. 4.4.4 CH70 RX IF LEVEL This indicates IF signal level of 37.5 kHz from CH70 RX board which is its amplitude. It changes according to the level of signal. When the signal increases, CH70 RX IF LEVEL increase as well. 4.4.5 CH70 RX AF NOISE This indicates the out-of-band noise (over 37.5kHz 12.5 kHz). It changes according to the level of signal. When the signal increases, CH70 RX AF NOISE decreases. 4.4.6 PLL 1 UL LEVEL This indicates the state (Q21 output) of PLL UN-LOCK on TX/RX board. PLL frequency data inputted into TX/RX board is the channel set up in this display. - The state of PLL LOCK: UL LEVEL indicates below 50 which is normally '' 0. - The state of PLL UNLOCK: UL LEVEL indicates over 51 which is normally 1023. 4.4.7 PLL 2 UL LEVEL This indicates the state (Q10 output) of PLL circuit on DUP RX board. PLL frequency data inputted into DUP RX board is the channel set up in this display. When FM-8800D is in SIMP mode, ''155'' is normally indicated. - The state of PLL LOCK: UL LEVEL indicates below 50 which is normally 0. - The state of PLL UNLOCK: UL-LEVEL indicates over 51 which is normally 1023. CAUTION: When FM-8800S is in use, ''155'' is indicated as PLL2 UL LEVEL.

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NOTE: Below chart shows the changing levels of FM-8800D RX IF LEVEL and AF NOISE. Especially, IF LEVEL changes due to unsteadiness of RX gain. Also, antenna being connected and not connected contributes to this change according to noise in the air as well.

24000 23000 22000 21000 20000


CH18: IF Level

19000 18000 17000 16000 15000 14000 13000 12000 11000 10000 9000

CH16: IF Level

Reference only

CH18: AF Noise

Level

8000 7000 6000


CH16: AF Noise

5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 -130 -120 -110 -100 -90 -113dBm = 0dBu -80 -70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 +10 dBm

SSG Level

Fig. 8.3.1 FM-8800D, Change of RX IF LEVEL and AF NOISE

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5. DUP RX 5.1 PLL This adjusts the PLL circuit on DUP RX board. Frequency selected is set up as DUP RX PLL frequency data.
** DUP RX PLL ** 55.00 MHz 160.00 MHz 165.00 MHz

RX: 1st Lo frequency Fo + 51.2375 MHz

5.2 AGC This is not in use. This is only equipped in case checking AGC functions with CHANNEL knob or [] [] key. The voltage of J10-#25 and J8-#12(AGC CONT) on CPU board will be changed by this adjustment.

AGC Test out 1.10V 3.65V < > 1.65 EXT : EXT

6. DDS/CODEC This is a test for DDS: U25 and CODEC: U17 and U10 on CPU board. This is a loop-back test where test signal is transmitted from U17 and is detected by U10. Output signal transmitted from U17 is a sine wave of 2 kHz. The signal will be assessed OK if U10 detects this frequency and a designated level. P indicates the percentage of frequency of 2 kHz and A indicates the amplitude of RX signal. This test is carried out and assessed just the same as CPU PCB self-test is which is explained in Self-test section. DDS check is carried out just as mentioned above and test signal is transmitted from DDS.

*** DDS/CODEC TEST *** DDS P : 100 A : 19653 4528 L P : 100 A : 19960 4528 R P : 100 A : 19801

Judgment value to be OK
P More than 20 More than 90 More than 90 A More than 6000 More than 6000 More than 6000

DDS 4528 L 4528 R

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CODEC U17: AK4528


ADUTL ADUTR

TX/RX IF OUT(37.5kHz) CH70 RX OUT(37.5kHz) AGC CONT(Not used) CH70 TEST

Key-in

CHK CODEC
VIDEO L VIDEO R H.S MIC R. H.S MIC Wing MIC

Display

CPU(H8S) U30: HD64F2377

DSP U20: ADSP2186

CODEC U10: AK4543

SP VDR H.S SP LINE OUT

AUX R

CHK DDS
CHK DDS

DDS U25: AD9834BRU

TX 45MHz (Modulated)

Fig. 8.3.2 DDS/CODEC Test Block Diagram

7. RESET DSP Reset U: 20 DSP on CPU board only. If you select this item and press [ENT] key, audio output will pause for a moment which means DSP reset was successfully carried out. This function checks to see what is having a problem, DSP or U30: CPU. If this test restores modulation or demodulation problem, a problem with DSP will be the possibility.

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8.4 Memory Clear


Execute MMSI CLEAR and ALL CLEAR - Clear MMSI CLEAR: MMSI - ALL CLEAR: Erase all registered/stored data. It returns to the default setting. Procedure 1. Call up the option menu with reference to page 4-1. Select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] -> and input the password. 2. Select EEROM PROTECTD and input the password(same as step.1). Then, ON/OFF pop-up window will appear. 3. Select OFF and press [ENT] key. Then, EEROM PROTECTED will switch to EEROM. 4. Press ENT key and below display will appear.
NO CLEAR MMSI CLEAR ALL CLEAR

5. Select an item to select and press ENT key.

Carrying out of ALL CLEAR When you carry out ALL CLEAR, Int. EEPROM pop-up window will appear. This pop-up window disappears when ALL CLEAR is done which takes approximately 5 minutes and clears below Log and setups. - Communication Log - SETUP MENU (User Menu) - SYSTEM SETUP MENU (Option Menu)

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8.5 Compatibility of Boards


Table 8.5.1 Compatibility of FM-8800S/D Board
Board Name CPU TX/RX CH70 RX PWR PANEL DUP RX DUPLEXER 05P0773 05P0774 05P0775 05P0776 05P0772 05P0777 FM-8800S Common use 05P0774A Common use Common use Common use Built-in: No Built-in: No FM-8800D Common use 05P0774B Common use Common use Common use Built-in: Yes Built-in: Yes

Change of TX/RX board (05P0774A/B) The difference between 05P0774A and 05P0774B is whether there are connecting DUPLEXER input/output ports, J1, J2, and J4 or not. FM-8800S and FM-8800D are interchangeably used in case it is necessary since they share the same circuit. Same circuits are common used for FM-8800S and FM-8800D when board is substituted.

1. In case of 05P0774-Ver. 03 and after 05P0774A: FM-8800S Jumper between J1 and J2 on B side 05P0774B: FM-8800D No jumper between J1 and J2 J1, J2 and J4: Installed

J5

J4 J2

J1
For FM-8800S, Jumper between J1 and J2.

Fig. 8.5.1 TX/RX Board: Sample of 05P0774B-Ver.3

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2. In the case of before 05P0774-Ver. 02 05P0774A: FM-8800S Short/Open between J1 and J2 I the ship parts circled in fig. 8.5.2 When using 05P0774B in FM-8800S, jumper between J1 and J2 on the B side. 05P0774B: FM-8800D There are no chips, JP1, 2, and 3. J1, J2, and J3 are installed. When using 05P0774A in FM-8800D, remove chips JP1, 2, and 3 and install J1, J2, and J3.

J5

J4

J2

JP1, 2, 3

J1

Fig. 8.5.2 TX/RX B Board: Sample of 05P0774A-Ver.2

TX/RX 05P0774A, B
DUPLEXER J1 : DUP OUT TX FIL SIMPLEX (JUMPER) J2 : DUP IN 1 RX FIL J4 : DUP IN 2

DUP RX (05P0777)

PA

R/T ANT

U2

J3 : ANT

R/T ANT

Fig. 8.5.3 TX/RX Board: Antenna Circuit

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8.6 Remote Handset Test


This test is carried out separately with each Remote Handset. The transceiver and the Remote Handsets can be used while one Remote Handset is being tested. Turn on the power while pressing [3: TEST] key in order to enter this test mode. Upon entering, alarm LED will blink every 2 seconds. Procedure 1. Un-plug Remote Handset from RB-8800/8810. 2. Plug a Remote Handset into RB-8800, 8810 while pressing [3: TEST] key on it. Make sure to keep pressing on the 3: TEST key until you enter a handset test mode display as shown below. Step-1) Brilliance of LCD will automatically and continuously change every 2 seconds.
Repeating

H/W TEST

LCD

Step-2) RS-485, KEY Press [] to enter the next test.


RS-485 KEY

Note: RS-485 Test: Factory use Note: RS-485 checks the communication line between two Remote Handsets. This is a communication test. After both Handsets enter RS-485 test, they continue to transmit CAID command and its response: #ID HS8800S to each other as shown below.
CAID
RS-485 CAID #ID HS8800 CAID #ID HS8800 CAID #ID HS8800 CAID #ID HS8800 RS-485 CAID #ID HS8800 CAID #ID HS8800 CAID #ID HS8800 CAID #ID HS8800

#ID HS8800

CAID #ID HS8800

No.xx HANDSET

No.xx HANDSET

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After entering the test, characters corresponding to a key will be shown as below.
CM FI ME LE 1 4 7 * 7F LO AC UP DO 2 5 8 0 CA EN CH RI 3 6 9 # HK DS

CM : [CALL/MSG] FI : [FILE] ME : [MENU] LE : [SQ] 1 : [1] 4 : [4] 7 : [7] * : [SHIFT]

LO : [LOG] AC : [ACK] UP : [ ] DO : [ ] 2 : [2] 5 : [5] 8 : [8] 0 : [0]

CA : [CANCEL] EN : [ENT] CH : [CH16] RI : [SQ auto] 3 : [3] 6 : [6] 9 : [9] # : [LOG]

HK : [HOOK ON/OFF DS : [DISTRESS]

Assigned code of KEY

Step-3) CONTRAST To end KEY test, press [] twice. After entering contrast test, LCD brilliance will automatically and continuously change in 4 different degrees.

CONTRAST /0123456789 . : < = > ? ABCDEF GHIJKLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ [ ] * abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxy ! " # $ &()+, _./0123456789

CONTRAST /0123456789 . : < = > ? ABCDEF GHIJKLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ [ ] * abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxy ! " # $ &()+, _./0123456789

CONTRAST /0123456789 . : < = > ? ABCDEF GHIJKLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ [ ] * abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxy ! " # $ &()+, _./0123456789

CONTRAST /0123456789 . : < = > ? ABCDEF GHIJKLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ [ ] * abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxy ! " # $ &()+, _./0123456789

Step-4) DIMMER To end CONTRAST test, press [ ]. LCD brilliance will automatically and continuously change in 4 different degrees.

DIMMER

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Step-5) EAR SP, MONITOR SP, BUZZER and DTMF To end DIMMER TEST, press []. Every time you press [], the test will switch to MONITOR SP, BUZZER or DTMF test. Each test will continue until another test begins.
.

EAR SP

MONITOR SP

BUZZER

DTMF

EAR SP

Sound (LINE OUT) coming from EAR speaker of the Remote Handset will automatically change. This is not easily perceptible to your ear. MONITOR Sound (LINE OUT) coming from monitor speaker of the Remote Handset will automatically change in 4 different volume.
BUZZER

Buzzer sound will be outputted into the monitor speaker of the Remote Handset and will change in 2 different volume.
DTMF

DTMF tone will be outputted into the monitor speaker of the Remote Handset and will change in 2 different volume.

Step-6) EEPROM To end DTMF test, press [].

EEPROM FURUNO FM-880 0

The registered ID number for Remote Handset is indicated. See page.4-4 for the registration method.

ID=1

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Step-7) RB DIST LED To end EEPROM test, press[]. Then, RB DIST LED test display will be shown as below and pressing [] again will pop up RB SP test. Each test will continue until another test begins.

RB DIST LED

RB SP

RB DIST LED

LED on RB-8800 [DISTRESS] button will continuously blink every second.


RB SP

Speaker output of RB-8800 will automatically and continuously ON/OFF. The volume can be adjusted with VOLUME on RB-8800

Step-8) Going back to Step-1 To end RB SP test, press [] continuously. This will bring you back to Step-1, LCD brilliance test. Step-9) Ending the test To end the handset test, turn off the power and unplug the Remote Handset.

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Chapter 9.Chapter 9. Q & A Q&A

Q1. How can we use VHF exclusively? See page. 4-2. When your own ID (MMSI) is not registered FM-8800S/D becomes the only operable VHF function. However, when you press [CALL], [DISTRESS] and [LOG] key(DSC related function keys), NO MMSI a pop-up window appears. - Even if the position data are not inputted, it is not a problem. - Even if position data is not inputted, GPS ERROR pop-up window will not appear. In the FM-8800 program INTL VER. is 03.01 and after, and Russian Ver., the display of GPS ERROR changes to EPFS ERROR. Q2. What are the differences between FM-8800D and FM-8800S? See page. 5-4, 5-8, 8-19. FM-8800D has FULL-DUPLEX function and FM-8800S has SEMI-DUPLEX function. FM-8800D with DUPLEX has DUPLEXER and DUP RX board installed in it. The main program is commonly used by both FM-8800D and FM-8800S. Switching a program detects whether DUP RX board is installed or not and is carried out automatically. Q3. Please tell me the priority of communication order. See page. 4-5. Distress Alert of DSC has the highest priority. Priority order of a telephone is: Transceiver unit > Remote-1 > Remote-2 > Remote-3 > Remote-4. Wing MIC is independent of other units and cannot be used while any of the other units are transmitting a signal. Also, when you are transmitting a signal from Wing MIC, other units cannot transmit a signal. In the DISTRESS mode after transmitting the distress alert, the priority of the Transceiver unit and each Remote unit are equal.

Q4. Do the Transceiver unit and Remote Handset have to be installed in designated location? See page. 4-5, Q37. Since the transceiver unit has a higher priority than a Remote Handset, install the Transceiver unit in ships W/H. Q5. Receptible sentence. See page. 4-16. IEC61162-1 (Corresponding to NMEA Ver.3): GGA > RMC > GNS > GLL and ZDA. Applicable talker name is: GP > LC > DE > II > IN > EC > TR > LA > OM When you are using GPS data, you cannot manually input position data.

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Q6. Please tell me about the Alarm output. See page. 4-11. When you receive Distress/Urgency DSC message, the alarm always goes off but when you receive Routine and Safety DSC message, you can set up ON/OFF by selecting [MENU] -> ALARM. As for external alarm, it synchronously functions with alarm outputted from the Transceiver unit and Remote stations. Distress/Urgency alarm will continue to go off until you press [CANCEL] key. Safety and Routine alarm will automatically stop after 2 minutes or until you press [CANCEL] key. Note; The EXT ALM circuit on CPU board is changed to the normal close from production in June 2006. Q7. Can Carbon MIC be used in place Wing MIC? See page. 4-28. Either Carbon MIC or Dynamic MIC can be used. However, setup with J5 on CPU board will be necessary. - Carbon MIC: J5 -> Jumper between #2 and #3 - Dynamic MIC: J5 -> Jumper #1 and #2 Q8. Can Remote Handset be used alone without Transceiver Handset on? See page. 4-29. Yes it can although setup that keeps HOOK signal on the Transceiver unit side ON HOOK at all time is necessary. You will then have to make a jumper connection between #1 and #2 on J15. Q9. Does Remote Handset have to be wired in daisy chain? See page. 4-26. Communication between Remote station and Transceiver unit is carried out on the basis of ID number set up for each Remote Handset. Either daisy chain method or parallel wired connection from Junction Box etc, can be used. When connecting Remote stations, terminate data line of the electrically farthest Remote station. Q10. Can VHF antenna be used together with CH70 WR antenna? See page. 4-30. It is operative. However, you cannot watch CH70 signal from continuously working CH70 board during a transmission. Connect it with a coaxial cable between J2 of CH70 RX board antenna inputting and J5 of TX/RX board. The coaxial cable is Mini-pin assembly (1) L-420. (Supplied material: Code 000-151-748) Q11. Is a Junction Box: IF-8810 necessary? For example, if you can connect GPS data inputted to Transceiver unit to [IEC-61162/REMOTE] port directly, IF-8810 is actually not necessary. However, it becomes necessary if you want to connect it to Remote stations.

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Q12. How to adjust LCD contrast? See page. 1-4, 4-1. Press [SHIFT] key and adjust by a channel knob or by pressing [] and [] key. It is adjustable in 16 different levels of contrasts and a set up value can be stored even if the power is OFF/ON. As for the brightness of LCD, press SHIFT key and adjust it with [2] key. Q13. How to cancel menus protection? See page. 4-1. See FURUNO Information: FQ5-2005-015 for the password. Make a jumper connection between #2 and #15 pin of [PRINTER] port. Or, jumper connection between #25 and #26 of IF-8810. Then, press [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> [ENT] key and input the password. (The same as FM-8500s password: XXXXXX) After the protection is cancelled, you can go into all system menus to register/change MMSI, etc. Q14. Please tell me what to check after installing. See Check List. Setting to check after installation: - The least you have to check is to set up MMSI by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> MMSI - When more than one Remote stations are installed, make sure of their ID number. Turn on the power while pressing [MENU] key on the Remote Handset and then, enter ID number. - Make sure that position data are inputted. - Carry out DSC and voice communication test between No.1 VHF and No.2 VHF. When you have only one VHF installed, make sure of VHF TX output and carry out a test by going to [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> T/A to check the monitor sound outputted from CH70 RX board. Q15. How do I adjust the frequency? See page. 6-3. There is no part that adjusts it. Since Transceivers reference OSC uses TCXO, the stability of frequency is excellently maintained. If the frequency tolerance is more/less than 10 ppm (Approximately +1.5 kHz) as a rule, change CPU board which has TCXO. Q16. How do I measure DSC tone frequency? See page. 6-5. In the FM-8800 program, INTL Ver.-03.01 and after, also Russian Ver., tone selected from a speaker is outputted when performing the TONE TEST. As for the FM-8800 program (Ver.02.03 and before); There is no part that measures it. One of VHF monitors it. - Setup on TX side Set up by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> TONE TEST -> MARK or select SPACE and PTT ON. - Setup on RX (monitor) side Set up by [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> T/A and measure tone frequency by SP output.

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Q17. Will the Program-Ver. indication remain the same even after updating the program? See page. 7-10. An indication shown by [MENU] -> PROGRAM VERSION will not change. When confirming a detailed program version, select [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> TEST -> CPU -> PRG. VER and then, press [1] key 5 times while pressing [SHIFT] key. The detailed version will appear. Q18. Is the Main program commonly used for FM-8800D and FM-8800S? See page. 5-8. Yes it is. A change of the program is automatically carried out by detecting whether DUP RX board is installed or not. Q19. I cannot update the program/How do I update the program? (Case 1) See page. 7-2. If there is no problem with the PC setup or with the connection, there probably is a problem with RS-232C/RS-422 level converter. The speed in which the program is downloaded from PC to the Transceiver unit is 57.6 kbps. Is the level converter speed even faster? Q20. I cannot update the program/How do I update the program? (Case 2) See page. 7-6. Am I supposed to select COM-1 for serial port? If you want to use a serial port other than COM-1 then, you would have to update the batch file of the program that you want to update or select COM-1 for serial port on PC. Q21. Remote Handset is not working properly. See page. 4-4, 5-23. Each Remote Handset has to be assigned different ID number. Have you set up different ID number? The factory setting is 1. Communication between Remote Handsets and Transceiver unit is made possible on the basis of this ID number. A communication between Remote Handsets with the same ID cannot be carried out. Q22. I cannot receive DSC signals although telephone is working just fine. See page. 8-8. There may be a problem with a CH70 WR antenna or CH70 RX board. 1) Carry out a self-test. If the result is OK, electrical connection between CH70 Rx board and CPU board is OK then CPU board is fine. 2) Try exchanging CH70 WR antenna with RT antenna and then check it again. 3) Carry out [MENU] -> SYSTEM TEST -> T/A. This test receives RX signal on CH70 RX board, modulates it on CPU board, and then outputs it to Handset ear-speaker and the speaker of the Transceiver unit as AFSK signal. If you cannot hear a DSC signal or noise, the, there may be a problem with CH70 RX board.

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Q23. What are the differences between 05P0774A and B on TX/RX PCB? See page. 8-19. The 05P0774A is used for FM-8800S and the 05P0774B is used for FM-8800D. The only difference is whether the input/output connector circuit is connected to DUPLEXER or not. Q24. What is a DISTRESS MODE? See page. 1-6. It just means that you have transmitted DISTRESS ALERT which removes a telephone priority normally set up in order of the Transceiver unit -> Remote 1 -> Remote 2 -> Remote3 -> Remote 4. In this case, communication can only be carried out from wherever PTT is pressed. Q25. How can I clear memory? See page. 8-18. You can carry that out by selecting [MENU] -> SYSTEM -> EEROM -> ALL. Then, a pop-up window with Init EEPROM in it will appear and when it disappears, it means MEMORY CLEAR was done but it takes about 5 minutes. Keep in mind this will clear all of LOG and setups as well. Q26. When I make All Ship Call from No.1 VHF, I could not receive signals through No.2 VHF. Is the equipment broken? See page. 8-6. It is not broken. They are made in a way that a call-up with the same MMSI dose not accept. For example, if you transmitted ALL SHIP CALL from No.1 VHF to No.2 VHF and incoming alarm and messages were outputted with the same MMSI, that would be very confusing as to who is outputting what. In order to avoid this situation, except when the Call Type is Individual and Category is Routine, reception of signals with MMSI will not be accepted. Q27. Communication does not seem to be working correctly when Remote Handsets are connected. See page. 4-4, 5-23. Have you set up different ID number for each Remote Handset? When more than one Remote Handset with the same ID number are connected, it causes a collision of data between the Transceiver unit and a Remote Handset. The ID number of factory setting is 1. In order to set up ID number, unplug Remote Handset from RB-8800/8810 and then plug it back in while pressing [MENU] key that is on it. Q28. When I turn on the power, alarm keeps going off and nothing comes See page. 8-5. up on the display. That means CPU on CPU board is fault. You would have to replace CPU board then. This is a problem seen when CPU does not respond to a command from DSP.

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Chapter 9. Q & A

Q29. Would disconnecting or short-circuiting antenna break Transceiver unit? See page. 5-14. Transceiver unit: PA, No problem. When R-VSWR was detected to be over designated voltage, FM-8800S/D automatically reduces PA output to keep it within its designated output. Q30. DSC-5 indication appears after a self-test with DMC-5. Is this okay? DMC-5 displays DSC-5 when FM-8800 does not respond to CAID command from DMC during a self-test. Note; In Russian Ver, DMC-5 is not connectable. Q31. Please tell me about where to install the antennas. See Q37. In order to avoid interference of signals, it would be advisable to install No.1 VHF antenna and No.1 CH70 WR antenna in Radar masts yard, No.2 VHF antenna and No.2 CH70 WR antenna in Compass deck. Q32. What is the min. horizontal length between VHF Antennas? See Q37. If possible, install then 10 m apart from each other but make sure keep they are at least 5 m apart. Q33. Please tell me about where to install the VHF. Install No.1 VHF on the starboard side and run a wire for both Wing MIC from there. Also, it would be advisable to install a Remote Handset where you operate a Radar. Q34. Does a VHF Rack-consol have a type? Yes it does. A VHF Rack consol type is called RC-8800 that consists of the main unit, printer (PP-8800), IF-8800, a handset and a hanger. Its three dimensional size is 330 (width) x 500 ( length) x 190 ( depth ). Q35. Please tell me about RS-485. RS-485 is one of the serial communication specifications standardized by EIA (Electronic Industries Association) and is of a higher standard than that of RS-422. RS-485 has a higher compatibility as well. While RS-232C is only allowed for one-on-one standardized connection and RS-422 is for one-on-several (multi-drop connection) connection, RS-485 is compatible with a bus-shaped multi-point connection and allows for the maximum of 32 connections. The rest of RS-485 specifications are based upon RS-422 and the maximum cable length is 1.2 km and the maximum communication speed is 10 Mbps.

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Q36. Please tell me about communication range? Below graph is to help you figure out the electric field intensity within a range of h1(10 m) and h2(the height of the other ship) when the signal is transmitted with 144 MHz and 10 W. How to figure that out is: For example, lets say that if the height of the antenna on your own ship is 10 m high and others within 10~30 m, the point where the X-axis of the line with the minimum electric field intensity of +6 dB and the height of the other ships antenna, lets say 20 m high for example, intersects is the RX distance in question here. However, make sure to shift the curve upward by 3 dB. Therefore, we can confirm from below graph that 50~70 km (26~38 NM) is the VHFs communication range and signals outside of it will be considered to be abnormally propagated signals.

+6 dB e.g. Other ships antenna is 20 m.

Communication distance to find

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Chapter 9. Q & A

Q37. An inspector cautioned me about contents of COMSAR/Cir.32 regarding installation of equipment. What is it about? COMSAR/Circ.32 is about GMDSS requirements for radio installation issued by IMO on 08/16/2004. The heading is ''Harmonization of GMDSS requirements for radio installation on SOLAS ship. http://www.imo.org/includes/blastDataOnly.asp/data_id%3D10750/32.pdf A section concerning VHF installation is, 4 GMDSS RADIO EQUIPMENT 4.1 Location of VHF transceivers and VHF DSC controllers .1 VHF with DSC forming part of the mandatory VHF communication equipment for safety of navigation should be located in the conning position. This equipment may be connected to several remote control units, i.e. on the wings of the navigation bridge, provided that the navigating bridge has priority. If such combined equipment is chosen, it should be possible to transmit DSC distress alert from the conning position. .2 If the ship is equipped with extra VHF transceiver (without DSC) with channels required for navigational safety, located in the conning position, another central location of the mandatory DSC VHF equipment on the navigation bridge (in navigating position) can be accepted. (SOLAS 1974, as amended, regulations IV/4.1.5, 4.1.9 and 6.3.) Note: - With regard to the location of equipment and distress alerts, the same requirements also apply to the duplicated DSC VHF equipment for ships in sea areas A3 and A4. The duplicated VHF transceiver can, however, be located in the .navigating position. instead of in the conning position. (IMO resolution A.702(17), Annex, item 2.1.) In order to conduct power measurements, easy access to the antenna output of each equipment should be provided. (SOLAS 1974, as amended, regulation IV/15.2 and IMO resolution A.948(23)) 4.2 Continuous watch on DSC VHF channel 70 Continuous watch on DSC VHF channel 70 can be met by: .1 a separate VHF channel 70 watch receiver. It should not be muted or interrupted when using other radio equipment, or .2 a dedicated watch receiver combined with the VHF transceiver. It should be installed so as to maintain watch even when the VHF equipment is used for telephony, or .3 VHF with DSC permanently locked on channel 70 for reception and transmission of DSC calls only. To deal with other correspondence on other channels, an additional VHF transceiver should be installed, which may be without the DSC function. (IMO resolutions A.694(17) and A.803(19), as amended, and COM/Circ.105)

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Chapter 9. Q & A

5 ANTENNA INSTALLATION 5.1 General Special attention should be paid to the location and installation of the different antennas on a ship in order to ensure effective and efficient communication. Incorrect installed antennas will degrade the performance of the radio equipment and will reduce the range of radio communications. 5.2 Location of VHF antennas .1 VHF antennas should be placed in a position which is as elevated and free as possible, with at least 2 m horizontal separation from constructions made by conductive materials. .2 VHF antennas should have a vertical polarization. .3 Ideally there should not be more than one antenna on the same level. .4 The location of mandatory VHF antennas should be given priority compared with mobile telephone antennas. If they are located on the same level, the distance between them should be at least 5 m. .5 It is recommended to use double screened cable with a maximum loss of 3 dB. .6 All outdoor installed connectors on the coaxial cables should be watertight by design in order to give protection against water penetration into the antenna cable. .7 AIS VHF antenna should be installed safely away from interfering high-power energy sources like radar and other transmitting radio antennas, preferably at least 3 m away from and out of the transmitting beam. .8 The AIS VHF antenna should be mounted directly above or below the ship's primary VHF radiotelephone antenna, with no horizontal separation and with minimum 2 m vertical separation. If it is located on the same level as other antennas, the distance apart should be at least 5 m. 5.7 Installation of coaxial cables Coaxial cables should be installed in separate ducting and at least 10 cm away from power supply cables. Incorrect installation of cables my change their characteristic impedance resulting in power reflections, which will attenuate the RF signal and reduce the efficiency of the radio equipment. In VHF antennas the reflected power should not be greater than 10% of the measured output power. The following guidelines should be applied when bending coaxial cables: .1 Cables should be crossed at right angles. .2 Where there is one bend in a permanent fixture the bending radius should be 5 times the cables. outside diameter. .3 Where there are several bends, the bending radius should be 10 times the outside diameter of the cable. .4 When using flexible cable the bending radius should be 20 times the outside diameter of the cable.

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AP1) Specifications Appendix 1) Specifications

1. General
(1) Channel numbers NTL: 57 USA: 48 Weather: 10 Canada: 55 (57)* INLND-WA: 55 (57)* Private: 20 Memory: 50 *CH75/76 can be included for some countries (2) Frequency stability Within 1.5kHz (3) Communication system FM-8800D: Simplex/Full-duplex FM-8800S: Simplex/Semi-duplex (4) Class of Emission 16K0G3E (Voice) 16K0G2B (DSC) (5) Antenna impedance 50 ohms

2. Transmitter
(1) Frequency range
FM-8800D FM-8800S Simplex Duplex Simplex Semi-duplex 155.000 to 158.000 MHz 155.000 to 158.000 MHz 155.000 to 161.475 MHz 155.000 to 161.475 MHz

(2) Output power (3) Frequency deviation

25 W max., 1 W at power reduction 5 kHz or less

AP1-1

AP1) Specifications

3. Receiver
(1) Frequency range
FM-8800D FM-8800S Simplex Duplex Simplex Semi-duplex 155.000 to 158.000 MHz 160.625 to 162.600 MHz 155.000 to 159.600 MHz 161.475 to 164.200 MHz

(2) Receiving system (3) Intermediate frequency (4) Sensitivity

Double superheterodyne 1st: 51.2375 MHz, 2nd: 37.5 kHz +6 dB V (20 dB SINAD)

(5) Adjacent channel selectivity 70 dB or more (6) Spurious response 70 dB or more (7) AF output Built-in speaker 3 W (4 ohms) Handset earphone: 2 mW (150 ohms)

4. DSC
ITU-R Rec. M541-8, M493-10 (class A) INTL Ver.: 0550215-02.xx, 03.xx ITU-R Rec. M541-9, M493-11(class A) Russian Ver.: 0550220-01.xx (2) Baud rate 1200 baud 30 ppm max. (3) Modulation AFSK (4) Frequency shift 1700 400 Hz Mark: 1300 Hz 10 Hz, Space 2100 Hz 10 Hz (1) Protocol

5. CH70 WATCH Receiver


(1) Receiving frequency (2) Sensitivity Symbol error rate (3) Conducted spurious emission 156.525 MHz Less than 1% (at 0 dB V) Less than 2 nW

AP1-2

AP1) Specifications

6. Power Supply
(1) Transceiver unit (2) Power voltage DC24 V (-10 % to +30 %)
At the time of standby At the time of reception FM-8800D At the time of transmission At the time of DUP transmission At the time of standby At the time of reception At the time of transmission 0.5 A 1.6 A4 W audio output 2 A1 W output 6 A25 W output 3.6 A1 W output 7.6 A25 W output 0.5 A 1.6 A4 W audio output 1.6 A1 W output 4.7 A25 W output

FM-8800S

7. Digital Interface
(1) Signal format (2) Input sentences & Priority IEC61162-1 (NMEA0183 Ver.3) Position: GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL Date: ZDA>RMC Time: ZDA>GGA>RMC>GNS>GLL TLL GP>LC>DE>II>IN>EC >TR>LA>OM

(3) Output sentences (4) Talker

8. Environmental Conditions
(1) Ambient temperature -15 C to 55 C (IEC60945) (2) Relative humidity Less than 93 % (+40 C) (3) Waterproofing (IEC60529) Transceiver unit: IPX4 (Chassis) IPX0 (Panel) Handset/Hangar: IPX4 Remote station/Handset RB-8800: IPX0 HS-8800: IPX2 Junction box: IPX0 DMC I/F: IPX0

AP1-3

AP1) Specifications

(4) Viblation-registant (IEC60945 4 edition) 2 Hz 5 Hz to 13.2 Hz: Vibration amplitude 1 mm 10 % (Maximum acceleration 7 m/s2 with13.2 Hz ) 3.2 Hz to 100 Hz: Maximum acceleration 7 m/s2 Fixed

9. Coating Color
Transceiver unit Panel unit: N3-3 (Charcoal gray) Except for the Panel unit: N3-3 (Charcoal gray)

AP1-4

AP2.1 International/USA/Canadian/Inland List Appendix 2) ChannelWaterways

AP2.1 International/USA/Canadian/Inland Waterways


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Channel 60 1 61 2 62 3 63 4 64 5 65 6 66 7 67 8 68 9 69 10 70 11 71 12 72 156.550 156.575 156.600 156.625 156.550 156.575 156.600 156.625 International Channels Tx 156.025 156.050
(Low Power)

USA Channels Tx 156.050 156.175 156.250 156.275 156.300 156.325 156.350 156.375 (Low Power) 156.400 156.425 156.450 156.475 156.500 156.525 (DSC) Rx -

Canadian Channels Tx 156.025 156.050 Rx 160.625 160.650

Inland aterways Tx 156.025 156.050 156.075 156.100 156.125 156.150 156.175 156.200 156.225 156.250 156.275 Rx 160.625 160.650 160.675 160.700 160.725 160.750 160.775 160.800 160.825 160.850 160.875

Rx 160.625 160.650 160.675 160.700 160.725 160.750 160.775 160.800 160.825 160.850 160.875

156.075 156.100 156.125 156.150 156.175 156.200 156.225 156.250 156.275

156.075 156.100 160.700

156.125 156.150 156.200 156.225 156.250 156.275 (Low Power) 156.300 156.325 156.350 156.375 156.400 156.425 156.450 156.475 156.500 160.750 -

156.300 156.325 156.350 160.925 160.950

156.300 (Low Power) 156.325 160.925 156.350 160.950

156.375 156.400 156.425 156.450 156.475 156.500

156.375 156.400 (Low Power) 156.425 156.450 156.475 156.500 (Low Power)

156.550 156.575 156.600 156.625

156.550 (Low Power) 156.575 (Low Power) 156.600 (Low Power) 156.625 (Low Power)

AP2-1

AP2.1 International/USA/Canadian/Inland Waterways

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Channel 13 73 14 74 15 75 16 76 17 77 18 78 19 79 20 80 21 81 22 82 23 83 24 84 25 85 26 156.825 (Low Power) 156.850 (Low Power) 156.875 156.900 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 157.175 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 161.500 161.525 161.550 161.575 161.600 161.625 161.650 161.675 161.700 161.725 161.750 161.775 161.800 161.825 161.850 161.875 161.900 International Channels Tx 156.650 156.675 156.700 156.725 156.750 (Low Power) 156.775 (Low Power) Rx USA Channels Tx Rx 156.650 (Low Power) 156.675 156.700 156.725 156.750 Canadian Channels Tx 156.650 156.675 156.700 156.725 156.750 (Low Power) Rx Inland aterways Tx Rx 156.650 (Low Power) 156.675 156.700 (Low Power) 156.725 (Low Power) 156.750 (Low Power) -

156.800 (Distress/Safety and Calling) -

156.850 (Low Power) 156.875 (Low Power) 156.900 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 157.175 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 161.800 161.825 161.850 161.875 161.900

156.850 (Low Power) 156.875 (Low Power) 156.900 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 161.600 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 161.750

156.850 (Low Power) 156.875 (Low Power) 156.900 161.500 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 157.175 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 161.525 161.550 161.575 161.600 161.625 161.650 161.675 161.700 161.725 161.750 161.775 161.800 161.825 161.850 161.875 161.900

(Low Power)

157.175 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 161.800 161.825 161.850 161.875 161.900

AP2-2

AP2.2 US Weather Channel

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Channel International Channels Tx 86 27 87 28 88 157.325 157.350 Rx 161.925 161.950 USA Channels Tx 157.325 157.350 Rx 161.925 161.950 Canadian Channels Rx 157.325 157.350 Tx 161.925 161.950 Inland aterways Rx 157.325 157.350 Tx 161.925 161.950

157.375 157.400 162.000

157.375 157.400 162.000

157.375 157.400 162.000

157.375 157.400 162.000

157.425

157.425

157.425

157.425

AP2.2 US Weather Channel


WX 01 02 03 04 05 Rx (MHz) 162.550 162.400 162.475 162.425 162.450 WX 06 07 08 09 10 Rx (MHz) 162.500 162.525 161.650 161.775 163.275

AP2-3

AP2.3 Private Channel

AP2.3 Private Channel


Note: Bold and Italic are for FM-8800D Duplex Tx Frequency
FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 120(L1) 121(L2) 122 123 124 125(F1)(P1) 126(L3) 127 155.000 155.025 155.050 155.075 155.100 155.125 155.150 155.175 155.200 155.225 155.250 155.275 155.300 155.325 155.350 155.375 155.400 155.425 155.450 155.475 155.500 155.525 155.550 155.575 155.600 155.625 155.650 155.675 Simplex 155.000 155.025 155.050 155.075 155.100 155.125 155.150 155.175 155.200 155.225 155.250 155.275 155.300 155.325 155.350 155.375 155.400 155.425 155.450 155.475 155.500 155.525 155.550 155.575 155.600 155.625 155.650 155.675 Rx Semi-Dup 159.600 159.625 159.650 159.675 159.700 159.725 159.750 159.775 159.800 159.825 159.850 159.875 159.900 159.925 159.950 159.975 160.000 160.025 160.050 160.075 160.100 160.125 160.150 160.175 160.200 160.225 160.250 160.275 155.400 155.425 155.450 155.475 155.500 155.525 155.550 155.575 155.600 155.625 155.650 155.675 155.400 155.425 155.450 155.475 155.500 155.525 155.550 155.575 155.600 155.625 155.650 155.675 Tx Simp/Dup Simplex FM-8800D Rx Duplex

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AP2-4

AP2.3 Private Channel

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FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 128 129 130 131(F2)(P2) 132 133(F3)(P3) 134 135 136 137 138 139 0 60 1 61 2 62 3 63 4 64 5 65 6 66 7 67 8 68 155.700 155.725 155.750 155.775 155.800 155.825 155.850 155.875 155.900 155.925 155.950 155.975 156.000 156.025 156.050 156.075 156.100 156.125 156.150 156.175 156.200 156.225 156.250 156.275 156.300 156.325 156.350 156.375 156.400 156.425 Simplex 155.700 155.725 155.750 155.775 155.800 155.825 155.850 155.875 155.900 155.925 155.950 155.975 156.000 156.025 156.050 156.075 156.100 156.125 156.150 156.175 156.200 156.225 156.250 156.275 156.300 156.325 156.350 156.375 156.400 156.425 Rx Semi-Dup 160.300 160.325 160.350 160.375 160.400 160.425 160.450 160.475 160.500 160.525 160.550 160.575 160.600 160.625 160.650 160.675 160.700 160.725 160.750 160.775 160.800 160.825 160.850 160.875 160.900 160.925 160.950 160.975 161.000 161.025 Tx Simp/Dup 155.700 155.725 155.750 155.775 155.800 155.825 155.850 155.875 155.900 155.925 155.950 155.975 156.000 156.025 156.050 156.075 156.100 156.125 156.150 156.175 156.200 156.225 156.250 156.275 156.300 156.325 156.350 156.375 156.400 156.425 Simplex 155.700 155.725 155.750 155.775 155.800 155.825 155.850 155.875 155.900 155.925 155.950 155.975 156.000 156.025 156.050 156.075 156.100 156.125 156.150 156.175 156.200 156.225 156.250 156.275 156.300 156.325 156.350 156.375 156.400 156.425 160.600 160.625 160.650 160.675 160.700 160.725 160.750 160.775 160.800 160.825 160.850 160.875 160.900 160.925 160.950 160.975 161.000 161.025 FM-8800D Rx Duplex

AP2-5

AP2.3 Private Channel

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FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 9 69 10 70 11 71 12 72 13 73 14 74 15 75 16 76 17 77 18 78 19 79 20 80 21 81 22 82 23 83 156.450 156.475 156.500 156.525 156.550 156.575 156.600 156.625 156.650 156.675 156.700 156.725 156.750 156.775 156.800 156.825 156.850 156.875 156.900 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 157.175 Simplex 156.450 156.475 156.500 156.525 156.550 156.575 156.600 156.625 156.650 156.675 156.700 156.725 156.750 156.775 156.800 156.825 156.850 156.875 156.900 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 157.175 Rx Semi-Dup 161.050 161.075 161.100 161.125 161.150 161.175 161.200 161.225 161.250 161.275 161.300 161.325 161.350 161.375 161.400 161.425 161.450 161.475 161.500 161.525 161.550 161.575 161.600 161.625 161.650 161.675 161.700 161.725 161.750 161.775 Tx Simp/Dup 156.450 156.475 156.500 156.525 156.550 156.575 156.600 156.625 156.650 156.675 156.700 156.725 156.750 156.775 156.800 156.825 156.850 156.875 156.900 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 157.175 Simplex 156.450 156.475 156.500 156.525 156.550 156.575 156.600 156.625 156.650 156.675 156.700 156.725 156.750 156.775 156.800 156.825 156.850 156.875 156.900 156.925 156.950 156.975 157.000 157.025 157.050 157.075 157.100 157.125 157.150 157.175 FM-8800D Rx Duplex 161.050 161.075 161.100 161.125 161.150 161.175 161.200 161.225 161.250 161.275 161.300 161.325 161.350 161.375 161.400 161.425 161.450 161.475 161.500 161.525 161.550 161.575 161.600 161.625 161.650 161.675 161.700 161.725 161.750 161.775

AP2-6

AP2.3 Private Channel

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FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 24 84 25 85 26 86 27 87 28 88 29 89 30 90 31 91 32 92 33 93 34 94 35 95 36 96 37 97 38 98 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 157.325 157.350 157.375 157.400 157.425 157.450 157.475 157.500 157.525 157.550 157.575 157.600 157.625 157.650 157.675 157.700 157.725 157.750 157.775 157.800 157.825 157.850 157.875 157.900 157.925 Simplex 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 157.325 157.350 157.375 157.400 157.425 157.450 157.475 157.500 157.525 157.550 157.575 157.600 157.625 157.650 157.675 157.700 157.725 157.750 157.775 157.800 157.825 157.850 157.875 157.900 157.925 Rx Semi-Dup 161.800 161.825 161.850 161.875 161.900 161.925 161.950 161.975 162.000 162.025 162.050 162.075 162.100 162.125 162.150 162.175 162.200 162.225 162.250 162.275 162.300 162.325 162.350 162.375 162.400 162.425 162.450 162.475 162.500 162.525 Tx Simp/Dup 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 157.325 157.350 157.375 157.400 157.425 157.450 157.475 157.500 157.525 157.550 157.575 157.600 157.625 157.650 157.675 157.700 157.725 157.750 157.775 157.800 157.825 157.850 157.875 157.900 157.925 Simplex 157.200 157.225 157.250 157.275 157.300 157.325 157.350 157.375 157.400 157.425 157.450 157.475 157.500 157.525 157.550 157.575 157.600 157.625 157.650 157.675 157.700 157.725 157.750 157.775 157.800 157.825 157.850 157.875 157.900 157.925 FM-8800D Rx Duplex 161.800 161.825 161.850 161.875 161.900 161.925 161.950 161.975 162.000 162.025 162.050 162.075 162.100

AP2-7

AP2.3 Private Channel

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FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 39 99 40 100 41 101 42 102 43 103 44 104 45 105 46 106 47 107 48 108 49 109 50 110 51 111 52 112 53 113 157.950 157.975 158.000 158.025 158.050 158.075 158.100 158.125 158.150 158.175 158.200 158.225 158.250 158.275 158.300 158.325 158.350 158.375 158.400 158.425 158.450 158.475 158.500 158.525 158.550 158.575 158.600 158.625 158.650 158.675 Simplex 157.950 157.975 158.000 158.025 158.050 158.075 158.100 158.125 158.150 158.175 158.200 158.225 158.250 158.275 158.300 158.325 158.350 158.375 158.400 158.425 158.450 158.475 158.500 158.525 158.550 158.575 158.600 158.625 158.650 158.675 Rx Semi-Dup 162.550 162.575 162.600 162.625 162.650 162.675 162.700 162.725 162.750 162.775 162.800 162.825 162.850 162.875 162.900 162.925 162.950 162.975 163.000 163.025 163.050 163.075 163.100 163.125 163.150 163.175 163.200 163.225 163.250 163.275 Tx Simp/Dup 157.950 157.975 158.000 Simplex 157.950 157.975 158.000 158.025 158.050 158.075 158.100 158.125 158.150 158.175 158.200 158.225 158.250 158.275 158.300 158.325 158.350 158.375 158.400 158.425 158.450 158.475 158.500 158.525 158.550 158.575 158.600 158.625 158.650 158.675 FM-8800D Rx Duplex

AP2-8

AP2.3 Private Channel

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FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 54 114 55 115 56 116 57 117 58 118 59 119 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 158.700 158.725 158.750 158.775 158.800 158.825 158.850 158.875 158.900 158.925 158.950 158.975 159.000 159.025 159.050 159.075 159.100 159.125 159.150 159.175 159.200 159.225 159.250 159.275 159.300 159.325 159.350 159.375 159.400 159.425 Simplex 158.700 158.725 158.750 158.775 158.800 158.825 158.850 158.875 158.900 158.925 158.950 158.975 159.000 159.025 159.050 159.075 159.100 159.125 159.150 159.175 159.200 159.225 159.250 159.275 159.300 159.325 159.350 159.375 159.400 159.425 Rx Semi-Dup 163.300 163.325 163.350 163.375 163.400 163.425 163.450 163.475 163.500 163.525 163.550 163.575 163.600 Tx Simp/Dup Simplex 158.700 158.725 158.750 158.775 158.800 158.825 158.850 158.875 158.900 158.925 158.950 158.975 159.000 159.025 159.050 159.075 159.100 159.125 159.150 159.175 159.200 159.225 159.250 159.275 159.300 159.325 159.350 159.375 159.400 159.425 FM-8800D Rx Duplex

AP2-9

AP2.3 Private Channel

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FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 159.450 159.475 159.500 159.525 159.550 159.575 159.600 159.625 159.650 159.675 159.700 159.725 159.750 159.775 159.800 159.825 159.850 159.875 159.900 159.925 159.950 159.975 160.000 160.025 160.050 160.075 160.100 160.125 160.150 160.175 Simplex 159.450 159.475 159.500 159.525 159.550 159.575 159.600 159.625 159.650 159.675 159.700 159.725 159.750 159.775 159.800 159.825 159.850 159.875 159.900 159.925 159.950 159.975 160.000 160.025 160.050 160.075 160.100 160.125 160.150 160.175 Rx Semi-Dup Tx Simp/Dup Simplex 159.450 159.475 159.500 159.525 159.550 159.575 159.600 159.625 159.650 159.675 159.700 159.725 159.750 159.775 159.800 159.825 159.850 159.875 159.900 159.925 159.950 159.975 160.000 160.025 160.050 160.075 160.100 160.125 160.150 160.175 FM-8800D Rx Duplex

AP2-10

AP2.3 Private Channel

8/9
FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 160.200 160.225 160.250 160.275 160.300 160.325 160.350 160.375 160.400 160.425 160.450 160.475 160.500 160.525 160.550 160.575 160.600 160.625 160.650 160.675 160.700 160.725 160.750 160.775 160.800 160.825 160.850 160.875 160.900 160.925 Simplex 160.200 160.225 160.250 160.275 160.300 160.325 160.350 160.375 160.400 160.425 160.450 160.475 160.500 160.525 160.550 160.575 160.600 160.625 160.650 160.675 160.700 160.725 160.750 160.775 160.800 160.825 160.850 160.875 160.900 160.925 Rx Semi-Dup Tx Simp/Dup Simplex 160.200 160.225 160.250 160.275 160.300 160.325 160.350 160.375 160.400 160.425 160.450 160.475 160.500 160.525 160.550 160.575 160.600 160.625 160.650 160.675 160.700 160.725 160.750 160.775 160.800 160.825 160.850 160.875 160.900 160.925 FM-8800D Rx Duplex

AP2-11

AP2.3 Private Channel

9/9
FM-8800S Channel Tx Simplex 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177(M2) 178 179 160.950 160.975 161.000 161.025 161.050 161.075 161.100 161.125 161.150 161.175 161.200 161.225 161.250 161.275 161.300 161.325 161.350 161.375 161.400 161.425 161.450 161.475 Simplex 160.950 160.975 161.000 161.025 161.050 161.075 161.100 161.125 161.150 161.175 161.200 161.225 161.250 161.275 161.300 161.325 161.350 161.375 161.400 161.425 161.450 161.475 Rx Semi-Dup Tx Simp/Dup Simplex 160.950 160.975 161.000 161.025 161.050 161.075 161.100 161.125 161.150 161.175 161.200 161.225 161.250 161.275 161.300 161.325 161.350 161.375 161.400 161.425 161.450 161.475 FM-8800D Rx Duplex

AP2-12

Contents of Drawings

Name Interconnection Diagram General Schematic Diagram TX/RX(1/4) TX/RX(2/4) TX/RX(3/4) TX/RX(4/4) CH70 RX DUP RX(1/2) DUP RX(2/2) PWR CPU(1/6) CPU(2/6) CPU(3/6) CPU(4/6) CPU(5/6) CPU(6/6) PANEL Junction Box General Schematic Diagram DMC Interface General Schematic Diagram DMC IF Handset General Schematic Diagram Handset Remote Station General Schematic Diagram Remote TB Handset General Schematic Diagram HS CONT KEY Remote Station General Schematic Diagram TB AC-DC Power Supply General Schematic Diagram RTC CPU(3/6) CPU(4/6)

Type FM-8800S/D FM-8800S/D 05P0774 05P0775 05P0777 05P0776

Dwg. No. C5642-C01 C5642-K01 C5642-K17 C5642-K18 C5642-K19 C5642-K20 C5642-K21 C5642-K23 C5642-K24 C5642-K22 C5642-K11 C5642-K12 C5642-K13 C5642-K14 C5642-K15 C5642-K16 C5642-K25 C5642-K02 C5642-K03 C5642-K26 C5642-K04 C5642-K05 C5642-K06 C5642-K09 C5642-K10 C5642-K07 C5642-K27 C5642-K28 C5642-K08 C5642-K29 C5003-K04 C5643-K01 C5643-K02 C5643-K03 C5643-K04

Page S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 S-5 S-6 S-7 S-8 S-9 S-10 S-11 S-12 S-13 S-14 S-15 S-16 S-17 S-18 S-19 S-20 S-21 S-22 S-23 S-24 S-25 S-26 S-27 S-28 S-29 S-30 S-31 S-32 S-33 S-34 S-35

05P0773

05P0772 IF-8810 IF-8820 05P0778 HS-2003 05P0780 RB-8800 05P0779 05P0782 HS-8800 05P0781 05P0715 RB-8810 05P0798 PR-240-CE FM-8800S (Russian Ver.) 05P0804 (Russian Ver.) 05P0773 (Russian Ver.)

S-0

3
*2

4
, NAVIGATION Wing Mic *2 DEVICE, PLOTTER RXD(H) RXD(C) HANDSET TXD(H) TXD(C) HS-6000FZ-11 HS-6000FZ-5 *1 TTYCS-1 MAX. 20m

5
*2

6
*2

T/R ANTENNA FOR T/R


*2

TRANSCEIVER UNIT FM-8800D/S


IEC61162-1(NMEA)/REMOTE +15VDC 1 +15VDC 2 +15VDC 3 +15VDC 4 N.C 5 N.C 6 TXD(H) 7 TXD(C) 8 RXD(H) 9 RXD(C) 10 D-SUB 37P P P P P P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

JUNCTION BOX IF-8810


J1 TXD(H) TXD(C) RXD(H) RXD(C) F.GND EXT.ALM_N *7 0V F.GND W-MIC1(H) W-MIC1(C) W-SP1(H) W-SP1(C) J2 W-PTT1_N 1 0V 2 F.GND 3 W-MIC2(H) 4 W-MIC2(C) 5 W-SP2(H) 6 W-SP2(C) 7 W-PTT2_N 8 0V 9 F.GND 10 VDR AF(H) 11 VDR AF(C) 12 NOT USED_1 NOT USED_2 J3 F.GND 1 +15VDC 2 0V 3 DATA_A 4 DATA_B 5 LINE IN(H) 6 LINE IN(C) 7 LINE OUT(H) 8 LINE OUT(C) 9 F.GND 10 N.C 11 +15VDC 12 0V 13 DATA_A 14 DATA_B LINE IN(H) LINE IN(C) LINE OUT(H) LINE OUT(C) F.GND N.C N.C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

MIC RECEPTACLE BOX RBD-VHF(B)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TB1 1 2 3 4 YEL WHT P RED YEL P BLK YEL P

Wing Mic HANDSET


HS-6000FZ-11 HS-6000FZ-5

*2

MIC RECEPTACLE BOX RBD-VHF(B)


TB1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 YEL WHT P RED YEL P BLK YEL P

CH70 WR ANTENNA FOR CH70 WR


*2

*2 CO-SPEVV-SB-C *4 0.2X2P,10.5 YEL P ORG RED P BRN

Ext. Alarm

*1

CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,13.5 MAX. 20m *2 *4 P P P P P P RED YEL BLK YEL WHT YEL RED YEL BLK YEL WHT YEL

M-P-5

ANT 1 2 CH70 RX ANT

CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x5P,13.5 MAX.20m *2

M-P-5

*2 HANDSET HS-8800
1 REMOTE STATION *2 RB-8800/RB-8810 DATA_A 1 *3 DATA_B 2 CONT 3 DIST_SW 4 LINE OUT(H) 5 LINE I/O(C) 6 LINE IN(H) 7 +15V1 8 OV 9 F.GND 10 TB2 TB1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 +15VDC 1 OV 2 DATA_A 3 DATA_B 4 LINE IN(H) 5 LINE IN(C) 6 LINE OUT(H) 7 LINE OUT(C) 8 TB3

*2 HANDSET HS-8800
2 REMOTE STATION *2 RB-8800/RB-8810 DATA_A 1 *3 DATA_B 2 CONT 3 DIST_SW 4 LINE OUT(H) 5 LINE I/O(C) 6 LINE IN(H) 7 +15V1 8 OV 9 F.GND 10 TB2 TB1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

*2 HANDSET HS-8800
3 REMOTE STATION *2 RB-8800/RB-8810 DATA_A 1 *3 DATA_B 2 CONT 3 DIST_SW 4 LINE OUT(H) 5 LINE I/O(C) 6 LINE IN(H) 7 +15V1 8 OV 9 F.GND 10 TB1 TB2

*2 HANDSET HS-8800
4 REMOTE STATION *2 RB-8800/RB-8810 DATA_A 1 *3 DATA_B 2 *5 CONT 3 DIST_SW 4 LINE OUT(H) 5 LINE I/O(C) 6 LINE IN(H) 7 +15V1 8 OV 9 F.GND 10 TB1 TB2

1 2

B
HANDSET HS-2003
HANDSET 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S.GND PTT SW_N MIC(H) MIC(C) HS SP(H) HOOK SW_N +5V F.GND

EXT.ALM_N 0V W-MIC1(H) W-MIC1(C) W-SP1(H) W-SP1(C) W-PTT1_N 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

P P P P P P

*4

TTYCS-1 MAX. 20m *1

VDR
*4 *2 05S0309 P P P P *4 P P P P *4 () () WHT(BIG) BLK(BIG) GRN BLU YEL ORG RED BRN 50m () ()
MAX. 50m TO LAST UNIT

EXT. SP

SPKR 2.8 m 1 2 SP(H) SP(C)

SEM-21Q *2

VDR AF(H) VDR AF(C) DATA_A DATA_B LINE OUT(H) LINE OUT(C) LINE IN(H) LINE IN(C) W-MIC2(H) W-MIC2(C) W-SP2(H) W-SP2(C) W-PTT2_N 0V F.GND

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

P P P P P P P

WHT(BIG) BLK(BIG) GRN BLU YEL ORG RED BRN

() P() P P P

WHT(BIG) BLK(BIG) GRN BLU RED BRN YEL ORG

Same as left TB3 IV-1.25sq. *1 TB3

Same as left TB3 IV-1.25sq. *1 IV-1.25sq. *1

IV-1.25 *1

*2 05S0309 50m
MAX. 50m TO LAST UNIT

*1 DPYC-1.5 100-115/ 200-230 VAC

AC IN

*1 DPYC-2.5 + 24VDC 24 VDC - IN

AC/DC AC-DC POWER SUPPLY PR-240-CE


*2 DC + OUT -

PE IV-2sq. *1 24VDC 24 VDC RED 05S9371,3m 15A BLK RED BLK 24VDC(+) 24VDC(-)

*1 *2 *34 *4 *5 (J2, J3)ON *6P: *71A50V NOTE *1. *2. *3. *4. *5. SHIPYARD SUPPLY OPTION Max. 4 sets GROUND THROUGH CABLE CLAMP. CONNECT JUMPERS (J2 & J3) ON TERMINATED REMOTE STATION.

GND

PRINTER STROBE_N D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 ACK_N BUSY PE SELECT ALF_N ERROR_N INIT._N SLCT IN_N F.GND 0V F.GND F.GND F.GND F.GND F.GND F.GND

*2 D-SUB 25P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

REMOTE STATION *2 RB-8800/RB-8810 *3 *5

*2 HANDSET Same as HS-8800 above

DMC I/F *2 IF-8820


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 F.GND 10 N.C 11 12 13 14 17 18 15 16 F.GND 19 TXD(H) TXD(C) RXD(H) RXD(C) F.GND 20 21 22 23 24

TB1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TB2

IV-1.25sq. *1

17JE-23250-02,3m

*2 PRINTER PP-510

VCTF0.75x3C,5m,7 + 1 - 2 GND 3 RED BLK WHT

24VDC *4

+15VDC OV DATA_A DATA_B LINE IN(H) Same as LINE IN(C) above LINE OUT(H) LINE OUT(C) TB3 * IV-1.25sq. 1 ORG YEL BRN RED *1 CO-SPEVV-SB-C 0.2x2P(5/10/15/20/30m) 1 2 3 4 6

P P

TB1/TB2 TXD(H) TXD(C) RXD(H) RXD(C) F.GND

*2 DISTRESS MESSAGE CONTROLLER DMC-5

IV-1.25sq. *1

05S9312,1.9m

*2 PRINTER PP-8800

VCTF0.75x2C,3m + 1 - 2 WHT BLK

24VDC

DRAWN Dec.19,'05 CHECKED APPROVED SCALE DWG No.

E.MIYOSHI TAKAHASHI.T
MASS

TITLE

FM-8800D/S VHF VHF RADIOTELEPHONE INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

*6. P: TWISTED PAIR CABLE *7. OPEN-COLLECTOR OUTPUT, MAX. 1A, LESS THAN 50VDC

*1 IV-2sq.

kg

NAME

C5642-C01- G

FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.