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INDEX INTRODUCTION SPECTFICATIONS SEMICONDUCTORS AND SWTCHES.,,..,.,,, FRONTPANIL CONTROLS REARPANELCONNECTIONS ................ ............................ INSTALLATIONS .............. oPERATION ........,.,....... DESCRIPTION CIRCUIT ,...,.., MAINTENANCE AJ{D ALIGNMENT , . , , . . . . . ,......... MODIFICATIONS ...,,......... PARTS LIST .................. I 2 3 4 5 7 13 16 28 36 45

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The FI-180A is a rugged,compact SSB transceiver baseor mobile for HF apptications. Designed providea typical pEp poweroutput of t O,50 or 100watts to overtho t.6 to 18 MHz range,the FT-180A employsmodem FET and bipolartechnology for ;ta;;-ot:the-art performance rcliability. and A! many as 6 channels may be installedin the FT-r g0A. once installationis completed, no further tuning prccedureis r€quiredfor full opemtion on eachchannel. The Fi_180A is paokaged a heavy gaugemetar casefor excellentmechanicar in stability, and the final amplifierttansistors fully protectedagainst are possible damage from high antenna Swn. Optional accesso.ios include the FC.420 Remote Controlled Antenna Coupler,FH_lgO Remote Controller with telephone-type handset,crystal oven for optimum lrcquency stability,and XF-Io.7HL-A LSB filter. I

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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL Frequency coveraSej 1.6 - 18 MHz (except for J1 MHz near the 10.7MHz lF) Emission t]?e: J3E (USB, LSB), H3E (AM) (LSB filter optional) Numberofchannels: 6 simplexor 3 semi-duplex temperature range: Operating - 10 "c to +50"C Pover requircments: gound 13.4volrsDC t l07onegative Powerconsumption: 20 ampstransmit, (100Ww/o ovenrl0 PPMtype) I ampreceive Case size: x 100wtyper95(H)x 240(W) 310(D)mm V x 50Wtype: 95(H)x 240(W) 290(D)mm l0w type: 95(H) x 240(w) x 260(D) mn Weight: l00W type:6 kg. V 50Wtyper5.5 kg. 10w type: 5.0 kg. TRANSMITTER Poweroutput: As per power amplifiers SSB- 100 watts;AM - 35 watts SSB- 50 watts;AM - l7 watts SSB l0 watts;AM- 3.5 watts Unwantedsideband supptession: Better than 50 dB Carriersuppression: Better than 50 dB Spudousemissionsi Betterthan 65 dB down Third orderdistortionproducts: Betterthan 3l dB down Transmitter frequency rc6ponse : 300 2700Hz (-6 dB) Maximumbandwidth: 3 kHz (SSB) Srability: Better than 110 ppm Distortionptoducts: 20 dB or better Microphone impedancei 600 ohms(dynamic) Tone signal: 1500Hz Antennaoutput impedrncei 50 ohmsnominal RXCEIVER Sensitivity : SSBbetterthan I llV for 20 dB S/N AM better than l0 !V for 20 dB S/N Selectivity: SSB2.4 kHz at -6 dB, 4.0 kHz at -60 dB AM 6,0 kHz at -6 dB, l2 kHz at .-50 dB Receiver type: Si'lglesuperhetercdyne Intermediat€ frequency: 10.7MHz lF rejection : Better than 60 dB Imagerejection: Better than 60 dB Audio output power: 2 watts (Q. lO% fHD Audio output impedancei 4 ohms

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ACCESSORTES
. (YM-36) Micrcphone (M3090026) DCPower Cord (T9006806) lOWmodel (T9006815) 50wmodel (T9006820) 100W model Miniature Extemal Speaker (P2240) Plug (P0090034) (SH30l0) Headphone Plug (P0090007) (SC-l2CM) Accessory Plug (P0090078) Plug (MP-5) Coaxial Antenna (P0090021) Spare Fuse 10W model 6A (Q0000012) 50W rnodel 15A(Q0000008) l00Wmodel 20A(Q0000009) ControlPlug (P-I620BA{A) Remote (Poo90l28) 1 I

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This eight-pin connectoracceptsthe microphone control (PTT) line. input, as well as push-to-talk is The microphone input impedance 600 ohms. (2) PHONES This is a standardphonejack for accommodation plug.Audio output impedance is of the headphone plug into this 8 ohms.lnsertion of the headphone jack automatically the disconneots internalspeaker, (3) POWERON/OFF/REMOTE Thisis themainON/OFFswilchfor the transceiver when used.The FH-180 Remote and accessories, Contrcller is only switchedon when this switch is set to the REMOTE(lower) position.The FC-420 Remote Controlled Antenna Coupler and/or optional crystalovenarc switchedon in eitherthe ON (upper)or REMOTEposition. (4) NB This switchactivates noiseblanker. the (5) FUNCTION CALIB/CALL This is a momentaryswitch usedfor sendingtone calling signals, well as for calibnting the transas ceiverfor incomingsignals.

(6) METER This switch selectsthe display function for the fiont panelmeter.On rcceive, this meterfunctions (S-meter). transmit, as a signalstrengthmeter On the source voltage,final amplifiercollectorcurrcnt, rclative power output or reflectedpower can be displayed. (7) MODE This switchselects operating the mode:LSB,USB (J3E)or AM (ll3E) (LSB filter optional). not Do operatethis switchwhile transmitting. (8) RF GAIN This is a manual glin control for the RF and lF stagesof the receiver. Counteiclockwise rotation decreases RF and lF gain. the (e) AF CArN This control sets the audio output (volume)l€vel for the receiver. Clockwiserotation increascs the volumelevel.

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The squelchcontrol quiets the receiverwhen no signalsarc being rcceivecl. This control shouldbe point where the background noisejust set to the disappea$, orderto retainmrximum sensitivityin

( l1) CLAR This control allows fine tuning of the signal received,for precisetracking of unstableor off_ frequency signals.

(13) METER This is the front panel $meter, FWD/REF PO meter,lC meterand soutcevoltagemetet. (14) SPEAKER

(12) CHANNEL Do This switchseleots operating the channel- not operate switch this whiletransmitting.

This is the grill lor the intemol speaker.

REAR PANELCONNECTIONS

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This is the extemal speaker output jack. Insertion of a plug into this jack automatically disconnects the intemal speaket. (2) GND For best performance and safety, a good ground shouldbe connected this point. at (3) ANT This SO-239 j0ck accepts the antenna cable

(5) REMOTE This blue, 20-pinconnectoraccepts powerand the control signals from the optional FH-180 Remote Controller, which providesremote control of the CHANNEL selector,AF GAIN and CLAR functions, as well as microphone input and audio output from a telephone handset and/or speakerHowever, use the FH-180,oertainmodilications to must be made withia the FT-180A, the detailsof which aredescribed page42. on (5) ANTENNA COUPLER This 12-pinconnectorprovidespowerand channel switchingcontrol signalsfor the optional FC-420 Remote Contolled Antenna Coupler,which will then match the antenna impedance eachchanfor as selected by the FT-180A or FH-180 nel CHANNELselector.

(4) POWER Conn€ctthe DC power cord at this point. Nevel apply AC pover or improper DC input voltages to this tnnsceiver.

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INSTALLATION
ANTENNA CONSIDERATIONS Next to the trunsoeiver, antennais the most the imporlanlcomponenr d successlul in communicJtions station, as the communication range is directly related to the efficiency ol the entennc. Thereforc,great careshouldbe takenjn the installation of the antenna system. lf a proper antennais not otherwise available, see yolu Yaesudealerfor a speciallyfactory adjusted YA-10 singleband dipole antenna, YA-ll dual band dipole antenna,or RSL scriesantenna(for mobileinstallations). These antennas capable are of meetingmost rcquircments. The FT-180A requires load impedance 50 r of ohms at the operating iiequency. tf the load impodancc differsgreatlyfrom this figure,the final amplifier protective circuit will causethe power output to decrease. this impedance If cannot be sgcuredon all dcsiredchannels antennatuner an must beemployed orderto providea 5o-ohm in load impedance the tftnsmitter. for The followi g sectionwill describe two common types of antennaswhich satisiy the impedanoe roqrirement the FT-180A. ol (1) Doublet Antenna The Doublet,or Dipole antenndconsists a halfof wavelengthof wire, cut into two equal sections and fed at the center. At this feedingpoint, an antenna balunmay be utilizedto prcventunwantcd radiation from the coaxialcable.Maximumradiation exists at right anglesto the wire. Ceramic insulatorsshould be installedon both endsof the antenna,irnd a suitablecenterinsulatormust irlso be Lrsed. llowever, some types of antennabaluns inclLrde mountinghooks for thc antenna elements, thus eliminating the need for a center insulator. These parts may be obtained from your Yaesu dealer.The correct length fof a doublet or dipole antennacan be determjnedbl, usiig one of the following fonnulasl Length = Length = Cut the appmpdatelength of wirc (allowingsome extra length for fastening) into two equalpieces. Tie one end of each to a cenmic insulato., and connect the other ends to the antennabalun (or center insulator). Connect the coaxial feedline (type RG8A/U or equivalent) the antenna to balun. lf an antennabalun is not beingused,connectthe center conductor of the coaxial feedlirreLo onc sideof the centerinsulator's wire, and connectthe shield of the coaxial line to the other side of the center insulator (therc is no direct connectionof one half of the dipole to the other). The far ends of ihe wire elements may then be secured, using nylon rope tied to the insulators. Usingsupporting poles,hoist the dntennaas high an in the clearas Possible. Checkto seethat the SWRis lessthan l:1.5 ut the operating frequency. If so, the installation is complete. The dipole antenna works best if it is plaoedhigh and in the clear, so use the highest support possible.Whcn building the supports, rcmembcr that they should form a line perpendicularto the line representing shortest the distance to the station with which communioation is desired.

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(2) QuarterWave Wirc Antenna Usually constructedin a vertical configudtion, the quarterwaveantenna sometimes is usedin base stationinstallations. However, is more commonly it usedon shipsor yachts,especially when the space for a doublet antennais not available. The length of the quarterwaveantennacan be determined by usingone of the followingformulas: 234 Lmglh = ;::-;;;E1t.25 Freq(MHz) (leet) -"- "'

The wire hils one end connected to a cemmic insulator, which is, in tun, hoisted up a nonmetallic mast. The other end of the wre is connectedto the center conductorof the coaxial oable.For basestation installatjons the higher at frequency ohannels, the vertical elementmay be madeof aluminumflrbing(self-supporting). The shieldof the coax is connected a good RF to ground. The ground systemmay consistof six to twelvewires3% longerthan tho radiator,extending radially from the centorol the aDtenna bu cd lnd ground.A cold slightly beneaththe suifaceof the water pipe may provide a usablegroundin many instances. On yachts,the ground lbil in the hull must be used. The vertical radiator must be insulated from grcund, and it should not touoh any trces,buildings, rigging(on yachts). or For all antennatypes,be certainthat the FT-l80A meter needle, when switched to the PO (REF) position, staysin the GREEN z.oneof the meter soale while transmitting. the deflectionis outside If of the GREBNzone, the antenna must be checked or readjusted the correctimpedance. for

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CROUND CONNECTION The FT-l80A shouldbo oonnected a goodearth to gound for best performzmce and safety. Use a heavy bmided wie, not morc than 3 meters in length, for connectionto the station groundbus. The groundconnection the transc€iver at shouldbe madeat the rear panelGND stud. Whena vefiical or single wire antenna is usecl,a good ground connection essential. is

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POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS Irc OPERATION The FT-l80A comes equipped operutionfrom a for DC supply. The DC supply should be capableof 20 amperes (100 watt model) for 13.4 volt opemtion. Before connecting the power connector to the rcar apron,be surethe power supply voltagedoes not exceed l5 volts. Adjust the power supply voltage,ifnecessaly,to ensuFa safe supplylevel. A fuse is located in the DC cord for the transceiver.For 13.4 volt operation,a 20 amperefuse certain is used.When replacing fuses, absolutely be to use a fuseof the proper rating,Beforeconnectverify ing the power connectorto the transceiver, that a fuseof the properratinghasbeeninstalled.

AC OPERATION The FP-700will allow opemtion from AC supply voltases 100/1 17l20Ol22O1234 50160 of 10/1 wlts, Hz. Beforecommencing operationwith the FP 700, be absolutelycertainthat the voltag€specification marked on the rcar of theFP-7oois the samcas your local AC supply voltage.Do not connectthe FP-700ACcord to a DC supply. Also, be certain that a fuse of the proper rating is in use.For 100/ I l0/l l7 volt operation,use a 6 ampere fusein the FP-700.For20012201234 volt operation,use a 3 ampeleflrse.

CAUTION Our wananty does not coverdamage caused by improper power supply connections, nor damagecausecl by the use of an incorrect fuse,

CAUTION caused Our wa anty does not ooverdamage Unless otherwise by lhe useof incorrecrfuses. properfuses as follows: are specified, fuse 100 watt model: 20 ampere fuse 50 watt model: 15 ampere 6 ampere fuse 10 watt model: Whenarllvoltageinspections havebeencompleted, connect the FP-700output voltage cable to the jack. PIugthe FP-700 FT-l80A rear panel POWER power cord into the w.ill outlet. AC installationis now colr1plete.

Connect the RED power supply lead to the POSITIVE supply post, and connect the BLACK power supply lead to the NEGATIVE supply post. The DC cord is includedwith the transceiver.

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MOBILE INSTALLATION A DC cable for mobile installation is included ri/ith the transceiver. the DC cableneedsto be If extended,a heavy, low resistance cablemust be in the cable. voltagedrop usedto avoidexcessive For under-dash mounting,a spccial mobilemountThis ing bracket is availablefrom Yaesudealers. (or MMB-16), allows easy bracket, modelMMB-2 mobileinstallation the FT-180A. of The FT-180A should be mounted where there is adequate spacearoundthe heat sink to allow frce circulation of air. Allow a spaceof about 20 cm behinda.d around the heat sink, and do not posi directly in the path of the tion the transceiver heaterducts. be When making battery oonnections, absolutely certainthat the proper polarity of the power cord is observed.

Powerconnections shouldbe madedirectly to the battery instead of to the ignition svitch. The igni battery providesconsiderable filtering against to tion noise,while connection the ignition switch circuit. canplacethe FT-180Ain a noise-producing The power leadsmust be kept asshort aspossible, and should be kept away lrom iglition cablesas much aspossible. When making battery connections, certain to be connect the RED power cable l€ad to the POSITIVE (+) battery terminal, and the BLACK lead to the NEGATIVE (-) terninal. Befoferonnecting DC cxble(o thelransceiver, the checkthe brltery voltage wilh the engine running fast enough to show a charge on the vehicle's ammeter,or immediatclyafter startingthe engine. lf the voltage exceeds15 volts, the outomobile voltageregulatorshouldbe adjusted, asto limit so lhe mcximum voltage less to than l5 volts. This transceivershould not be operated from a power solrrceof lessthan 12 volts. The transceivershouldalwaysbe tumed off when the car is started, to prcvent transicntsin the automobile electrical syste from damaging the transistor circuitry the FT-180A. of

CAUTION Permanent damage will result if reversed polarity supply voltage is applied to this ttallsceiver. Out warranty does not cover damage caused by reversed power supply connecttons.

CAUTION Be ccrtain to obsefle propet polarity of the power cord when making connections the to vehicle battery.

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MMB-2 MOBILE MOUNT INSTALLATION L. Listed below are the parts included in the MMB-2 kit. Only the parts shown with an astedsk(*) aro requircdfor FT-l80A installation.

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Use the univercal mountingbracket as a tehplatefor positioning mounting the holes. Use a 3/16" diameter for drillingthese bit holes,allowingenough room for the transceivei,its cables, microphone and controls. Secure mounting the bracket with the screws, as washers nuts supplied, shownin the and dmwing. Using the slotted knob screws, attach the FT-180A theMMB-2 to universal bracket. of may The angle the transceiver be adjusted positionis mostconvenient and to whatever easily accessible,

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connections havebeencofectly made. (:) Connect a 50-ohm antenna for the desired operatingfrcquency to the rear panel ANT jack. A 1500 Hz tone generator available selective is for calling.Calibrationand operationusingthis featurc arc simple: (1) When 1500H2 a toneis received from another station, set the CALIB/CALL switch to CALIB and rotate the CLARIFIER control so your tone matches that of the incoming signal.Your set is now calibrated the same to frequencyasthat of the other station. (2) To transmit the 1500 Hz tone, push the CALIB/CALL switch up to the CALL position. The transmitterwill be activated and the 1500 Hz tone sentfor aslong asyou hold this switch. SELECTIVE CALLING FEATURE

(3 ) lnsert the micrcphone plug into the front
panelMIC jack. If a non-standard microphone is used, be sure that the microphonehas an impedance of 600 ohms. Connect headphones,if desired, the front panelPHONE to Jack. (4) Refer to lhe CAUTION notice on this page, and preset the controls and switchesas fol lows: MODE To desired mode AF GAIN Adjust later to comfortable level RF GAl.' Fully clockwise METER S/FWD CLAR 12 o'clock position CHANNEL Desiredchannel Fully counterclockwise SQL ( 5 ) Tum the POWER switchON. The panellamps and indicatolsshouldbecome illuminated. (6) Adjust the AF CAIN oontrol to a comfortable listening level. (?) Adjust the CLAR control foi naturalsounding rcproductionof the incomingsignal.

CAUTION NEVERCHANGE CHANNELS MODES OR WHILETRANSMITTING, DAMACETO AS THE TRANSCEIVER MAY RESULT. AL, WAYSRELEASE THE PTT SWITCH AND/ OR CALL SWITCH DEACTIVATE TO THE TRANSMITTER WHENCHANGING CHAN. NELSOR MODES.

(8) Adjust the SQL control to the point where
when the background noise just disappears the channel is clear, in order to provide maximum squelchsensitivity.

(9) lf pulse-type noiseis prcsenton the incoming
signal, turn the NB switch ON. Most pulseby type noiseswill be eliminated the blanker, although some atmospheric and man-made white noisewill not be totally removed. (10) To transmit, press the microphonepush-totalk switch, and speak with a nomal voice into the microphone.Release switch for the recovery. rccerver

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FH-IsO REMOTE CONTROLLER INSTRUCTIONS The FH-180 Remote Contrcller is specifically dc<igned usewilh lhe FT-| 80A HF Transceir ior er, after the Transceiverhas been apprcpdately modified. A ten meter cable is suppliedwith the FH-180to a1low complete controlofthe FT-180A from any convenientlocation, and the FC-420 Remote Antenna Coupler, when used with the FT-180A,is alsocontrolled the FT-180.The by part number of the ModificationKit requiredfor the FT-180Ais D3000266, and the procedure is givenon page 42. Specifications Powerrequirements: 13.4VDC at 1 A, and 8 VDC at 50 mA (supplied the FT-l80A) by Functions: Power ON/OFF, Channelselection,AF gain control, Cladfier adjustment,Tone CALL, Microphone input, Receiver oLltput (from Handset and Speaker), PTT (Push'To-Talk) AF Output: Spe aker;2W (4ohms) Handset earpiece; W (4 ohms) 0,2 Handset Microphone: -68 dBm output (600 ohms) (WHD): Dimensions 80 x 120x 240 mm Weight: l 4 ks.

Installation The FH-180 can be installedin any desired mounf position,and on any sudace, ing 1.

The suppliedmounting brackets can be positioned so that the mounting screws either are underthe Controller, on eitherside,accordor ing to individualrequirements. the mountlf ing scrcwsarc to be located underneaththe Controller, tempomrily bolt the bracketsto the Controller and hold it in the mounting position while marking the positionsof the brackets on either side. Then retnove the bnckets from the Controller and use the bracketsas templates loctting and drilling for the mountingholes. If the channel liequenciesa.e not already plate beneath handshownon the channel the set, write the frequencies the label paper on plate. and installit underthe channel After the FT-180A has been modlfi€d, connect the lemale conneotoron the Controller Cableto the FH-180,and the maleconnector to the REMOTE jack on the modified FT180A,

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Operation Set the POWERswitch on the FT-180A to the REMOTE position, and set the FH-180 POWER switchto ON. The geen lamp will light. Selectthe desiredchannel using the CHANNEL solectoron the FH-180. &t the SPEAKERswirch to ON, and adjust the AF GAIN control for the desied volume level. This control and the AF GAIN control on the FT-180A function independently,so that only the cofltrol on the trang ceiverwill affect the speaker the transceiver, in and only the control on the FH-180 will affect the volumefrom the FH-l80 speaker earpiece. or When privacy is desired,communications may be conductedonly through the handset.To disable the FH-180 speaker, the SPEAKERswitch to set position. This will silenoethe FH-180 the MUTE speakerwhen the handsetis removed from the cradle, though the speakerwill be reactivatedwhen the hands€t replaced. is

To transmit when using the FH-180, squeeze the PTT switch on the inside centet ol the handset handle, and talk. Releasethis switch to rctum to rcceive. The CALL and CLAR controls on the FH-180 function identically to their counterparts the on FT-180A.

NOTE The handsetmust alwaysbe pressed snugly into the cradlewhen not in use.Otherwise the FH-180 speaker will be disabled il the SPEAKER switch is set to the MUTE posi tion. and incomingcallsmay not be heard.

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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
The block diagnms and circuit descdption to of follow will providean understanding the internal Pleaserefer to the design of this transceiver, componentdetajls. diagrums speoific for schematic The 10.7 MHz lF signalis fed to a commongate J-FETamplifier, (2SKl25),and the output Q,oo? passesthrough XF,ono, a 20 kHz bandwidth monolithic crystal filter, which prcvides e4rly prctection against IMD produots while allowing enough bandwidth and delay time for the noise blanker circuit. The signal then passes through noise blankerdiodesD1o,6 Drors,which act as switchesddvcn by noise blanker controller Q2o,s (2SCl8l5GR). The IF signal arrplified Q,n65 is by (2SK192ACR), and then deliveredto a crystal filter for USII, LSB or AM. whcrc Luwanted adjacentsignalsare cut out. Finaily, the lti signdl fron the crystalIilter is fed tluough diodeswitches to a three-stage lF amplifier, a,*, Qroos (3SK73GR), wherethe lF signal amplified a is to sullicient levelto drive the SSBand AM detectors. A pofiion of the outplrt from Qrooris fed to buffer by Q,oos(2SCl8l5Y) and detected D,o,,, Dro,o (1N60),resulting a fluctuating voltage. in DC Tlds voltage ampljficdby Q,oo,(2SC1815Y), is where the recoverytilne of this DC voltageis tlso determined.This DC voltagc actsas the ACC control voltaSe, whioh is fed to gatc I of the RF and lF amplifiers. This voltxgeis alsodelivered S-meter to buffer Q,0,, (2SKl92ACR). Oulput from thc buffer is delivcred to S-meter amplificr QroD (25A5644R)and sqlrelch controlamplificr Q,or3

RECEIVER The RF input signal from the antenna is fed throughrclay RL4or!,lampfuseRoor, and then filter before delivery to pin 2 of Jro0r a highpass on the RF Unit. The signalpasses through individualantennacoils lbr eaohchannelalld r 10.7 IVIHZ trap, and is then (3SK73CR), duit gateMOS ampiified Q'm, by a FETwith excellentfreedomfrom crossmodulation and intermodulation.The amplified signalis fcd through individual an diode-switched tuncdcircuit, protectsthe mixer fron out-of-band which signals. (2SK125) The RF sigralis buffercd Qlo6a by and the output from the sourceof Qr0oais fed to a singlebalanced mixer,consisting Q,oo,.Q,-" of (2SKl25), where the RF sjgnalis mixed with a local signaldeliveredfrom Q,""' (2SC2407). This results a 10.7MHz IF signal in whichis delivercd through Jrooa the IF unit. to The locol signalappliedto the local 4nplilier. is manncflthc Qloo?, produccdin the following locirl oscillator, consisting of Q60r /Q60ol (2SCl923R) and fl locdl crystal, generatea signalfor each individualchannel. The crystal lbr each channelis selected a diode swifch, D6o, by D6o"/D"oo' D6oo6(lSS53) provided for cach crystal. The control voltage from the channel switchis appliedto thesediodeswitches activate to the appropriate orystal. The outptt from the oollectorof Q-'/Q6oo, is t'ed to buffer Q6o,/ and then delivercd through Q6oo,(2SC1923R),
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The buflered outplrt frol11the emitter of Qroos is alsodelivered through AM detecto! diodeD,o,r (1N60) to AF bufferQlo,o(2SCl8l5Y),and it is then delivered to AF analog switch Q,oot (MC140l6BCP) the AF unit-Thisanalog on switch selects output liom eitherthe AM detector thc or SSB demodulator, depending on the mode of operatlon. The SSB si$al from Q,uo, on the lF' unit is deiivered Jsooa the AF unit, whereit is fed to to on product detectorD.,,". D,oo, (1N60), and con, verted to an audio signal,using the carrier sigral supplied by crystal oscillator Q6o3/Q6oo3 (2SC1923R) and buffer Q6oa (2SKl92AGR). /Q6ooa The carrieroscillatorchanges liequenoydependits ing on the activatcd mode,and clarifiesth€ control voltage with diodeswitches Duo. D"o,/Duo6g /Duoo,. (1SS53) and variable capacitor diode D60e/D6oo, (1 s 2 2 0 8 ).

NOTE: ln oder to discriminateCARRIER/LOCAL OSC Units with and without the optional crystal oven, units with the oven have part numbe$ of the lbrm 6XX, end units without the oven have p4rt nurnbersof the form 6OXX.

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The selected AF signal from analoggate eroos is deliver€d to an active lowpass filter at e3ooe (2SC1815Y), which eliminates high-pitchnoise any on the audio signal.It is then delivered buffer to passes Qroro(2SCl8l5Y). Next, this signal through a potentiometer, which controlsthe AF output, to audio power amplifier Q3or, (ppC2002V), and is then delivered throughJ3oo6 the speaker. to A portion ol the RX IF signal from e,oo7 is delivercd to three stages of noise amplifier, a,or?,Q'0,6andQ,o,a(2SC1583). Eachindividual transistor contains two sections,whicl are configured as differential amplifiers.When a carner or noise-freesignal is rcceived,the noise signal is rectifiedby D.I)zz,D,a,1 (1N60), producing a DC voltage. This DC voltage is amplified by (2SClEl5Y),which charges Q10,5 C,,:o for noise blanker AGC purposes. This AGC voltage is usedto controlthe gainofQror?ande,o16,When pulse-type noise is received, Dro* and Dror3 rectify the noise signal, which controls noise blanker switch Q?ors. Noise pulsesare of very short duration, but high amplitude.Because the very short time constant of of the RroeT/C,r,s path, ACC voltageis discharge not induced by theseshort durationpulses. Therefore, the noise amplifiers operate at full gain, prcviding maximum voltageto the baseof e,o,a. When a desiredsignaland noisepulseare received simultaneously,the blanking action is not impaired,becouse relativediffercnce the berween rne desired signal and the noisepulseis still high.

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The audio input signal from microphone jack Jor is fed to J3oo,on the AF unit. The speech signal is amplified by Q3oo, (2SC732BL) lnal delivereal through microphone gain control potentiometer VR3@r to two stagesof AF amplifief e3oo, (2SC?32GR) etrooa and (2SCl8l5y). The output from the emitter of Q*oo is applieclto clouble balanced modulator Qrooe(MCl495p), wherethe amplified speechsignaland appljed carder signal produce a DSB signalat the IF ftequency(10.7 MHz). The balanced modulator provides high carier suppression stability coresponding to vadoustemperature ohanges. signal then fed The is to Jroo,for deliveryto the IF unit. The IF signal appeadngat pin 2 of Jroor is fed throughbuffer Qloo, (3SK73GR)to the appropriate crystai filter for the mode in use(LSB, USB, A3h) accordingto the instructionsfrom the mode selector.The rcsulting SSBsignalis amplified by Qroo, (3SK73GR) and then delivered to single balanced mixer Qroorand e,oo, (3SK73CR) on the RF unit. Here the IF signalis mixed with the local signalfrom the local signaloscillator/buffer. Finally, the RF signat is amplified by e,oo, (3SK73CR) Q,oo.(2SC2407) the pA unir. jn and A3h The USB signal at Q,oo, from the USB filter is Joinedby a I0.7 MHz carriersignalfrom the carrier oscillator, resultingin an A3h signal.The carrier level is determined by VRloor on the IF unit, sending A3h signalor1the samepath followed the for SSB. 100/s0 w PowER AMPLIFIER The input si$al is amplified by pre-ddver esoo, / ,oo' (2SCI589),push-pull drivers Qsoo,/eoo', esoo! / ,oo3(2SC2395), and then fu her amplitiedby rhe push-pull final amplifier esooa/rooa, eaoo5/roos (2SC2290),which supplies approximately100/50 watts of RF output. This RF signalis then fed throughthe LPF unit to the antenna.

NOTEr Parts with numbersof the fonn 8)O(X arc used in the 50W model, while thos€with numbeB of the form 9X)(X are usedin the l00Wmodel,

10 W POWER AMPLIFIER The input signal is amplified by driver Q?ool (2SC2166) to final and d€livered the push-pull (2SC2509). amplifier, consisting QrooandQmor of This RF signal then dolivered the LPF unit. to is ALC Circuit A varietyof levelcontrolsystems included arg in the FT-180A for protectionagainst overdrive and hish SwR.
At the dirctional coupler the output voltage is sensed, and wher a high SWR condition existg the voltageis detectedby D.on, D.o1r (tSS97), and the overd.ive Al,C voltage is detectedby D.orr, D.or. (lSS97). Thcae rcctified ALC control voltages arg amplified together by Q40or (2S4564Q) and Q.oo, (2SCl8l5Y) (A3h: Q.oorQaod), for thc control ofTX IF stage.

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MAINTENANCEAND ALIGNMENT
This transceiver has been carcfully aligned and tested at thc factory. With normal use, it should rot rcquirc othcr than the usu l attentiongiyento electronic equipmcnt. Seflice or rcplacement a n1ajor of conponent may rcqrirc substarrtial ddjustment. UnJer no cireumstances, though.sholtldrealignmcnt tttempted be unless the operation of the transceiver fully is understood,thc malfunction has becn carcfully analyzcd,and the fault has definitely beenuacco to misalignment.Suddcn difficulties are alntost alwayscauscd componcnt by iailure,rlrlherthan misalignmenl. Sc icc must be peffollnedonly by expericnced pcfsonnel, Lrsing proper thc testequipment. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED (1) RF SifnalGenerator: Hewlett-paokard Model 606A or equivalent.with one volt output at 50 ohms,and frcquencycoverage 30 MHz. to (f) VacuumTube Voltmeter(VTVM): HewlettPackard Model 410B or cquivalent, with an goodto 40 MHz. RF probe

(3) Dunrmy lotd/wL{ttnreter: Yaesul\4odelypI502 or equivalent, 50-ohm with non reaotive load impedance, rrted nt 150 watts average

(4) Two additional 50-ohm durnmyloadswith provlslonto connect all thrce in parallel,or one I?-ohmdummyload.

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(s) AF SignalGenerator:Hewlett-packard Model
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RECEIVER ALIGNMENT 1. Antenna Coil/RI Coit Atignmerlt

MHz,with a 100 kHzcrystal calibrator. ( 7 ) Frcquency yC-500or Counter: Yaesu Moclel equivalent, with resolutjon O.0l kHz and to frequency coverage 50 MHz. to ( 8 ) Oscilloscope: Llcwlett-Ptckard Model l7:l0A or cquivalent. NOTE: Regardirrg Measurcment Irvels Wherl decibel levcls arc quotecl in the following scctjon(e.9. "Apply a 90 dB signLrl. ...), the . rcferer)ce usccl 0 dB = I !V. At 50 ohfts, this is ievclis cquivalent 107dBnr. tr)

a) Set the CIIANNEL selector to thc cnannet to be aligned, and thc RF GAIN control firlty clockwise. b) Connect the signal gener:ltor to thc anrenna jlck, and tune its output to the onanrlel frequency. Now set the output lcvelto 90 clll. c) Adjust the coils shown below for traxrmum deflection on flre SJneter. Clll: T,oo:. T,ool CH:: T,ooa. Troi,. CH3: T,oft. Iroo, CH4: Troos, I,oo, CH5: T,o,n, T,0,, CH6: T,o,,, T,o l NOTEiAIi channeis ale simplex_For ouplcx channel alilnnrcnt, sec pagc 41, stcp 2. lbr translbnncrlocntions.

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RX Mixer Coil Alignment Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed channel, and the RF GAIN control fully clockwise. exactlyto the channel b ) Setthe signalgeneGtor frequency, and apply a 90 dB signal. c) Now adjust T1016for maxirnum deflection on the S-meter.

IF Coil Adjustment a) Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed channel, and rotate the RF CAIN control fully clockwjse.
b) Apply an 80 dB si$al

from the signal generator the ANT jaok. Adjust thefollowto ing coils on the IF unit for a maximumrcading on the S-meter. -T:o* T'oor

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a) Set the CHANNEL selectotto any installed channel,imd connect the audio voltmeter to jack. the speaker b) Connectthe siglal generatorto th€ antenna jack, and applya 100 dB signal 10.7MHz. at Adjust Troo, md T,o'4 a few times for minimum indication on the audio voltmeter and $meter.

Thesecoil. should be aligneLl lhe gjvcn in order, or the co!rcot pcak may not be obtained. This procedure should also be repeateda few times to obtain correct alignment.

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NB Coil Adjushnent Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed channel,and oonnectthe signalgenerator to theANTjack.

b ) Apply a 90 dB signalfiom the signal generator to the ANT jack, and adjust VR,ooa for a deflection 59+60dB. of
c) Reducethe amplitudeof the signalgenerator

b) Connectthe DC voltmeter to TPoTon the IF unit, and adjust the signalgeneratoroulpur to 40 dB on the channel frequency.
c) Now adjustT.o,r, Tro,, and Trorofor mtnl-

to l0 dB, and adjust VR,oo, to the point wherethe S-meterjust startsto deflect. RepeatStepsb and c until the properdeflection is obtained. 7. ProductDetectorAlignment w. t h o u t a p f , ly in e n ) 5 ig n a ro rh . r e c e i v e f , a l adjust VR3oojfor a minimum rcadingon the S-meter.

mum deflectionon the DC voltmeter. SMeter Alignment Without rpplying any signatto the ANT jack, and with the RF GAIN control fully clockwise, adjust VRroo. to the point where rne just startsto deflect. S'meter

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TX Mixer Coil Alignment

a) Set the CHANNEL selectorto any installed

channel, and disconnectPo3 from its jack (J'oo3 on the RF unit. Connectthe RF probe ) of the VTVM to Jroo3 .
b) Now adjust Trors on the RF unit for a

maximumreading the VTVM. on 4. TX IF Tmp Coil AliSnment Note: If a spectrum analyzer not available, is proceedwith this aliglment, do not as the spurious 10,7MHz that nay on resultcannotbe properlyobserved. a) Set the CHANNEL selector to the closest frequency to 10.? MHz of the installed frequencies, and the MODE switch to A3h. Connectthe spectrum analyzer Jroo3 the to on RF unit.
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plug Pr" from its jack (J,oor) on a) Disconnect IF unit, and teminate Pr3 with a 50the ohm rcsistor. Connectthe RF probe of the VTVM to P,s. b) Tum the CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, and adjust T3uorfor a maximum readingon the VTVM. 2. CarrierNull Alignment

a) Set the MoDE switch to USB, VR.oo, fully counterclockwise,and set the CIIANNEL to selector an installedchannel. tunedto the channeL b) With an externalreceiver closethe PTT switchon the microfiequency, phone. Now adjust VRroo, for rtlinrmum receiver. indjcation rheextemal on sign3l

Now close the PTT switch, and adjustTrolr for a minimum spurious level at 10.7MHz on the spectrum analyzer.

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a) DiscoflnectPo6 from its jack (Jroo6)on the

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RF unit, and terminatePo6 with a 50-ohm resistor.Conneclthe RF probe of the VTVM to Por. b) Adjust Troor and Tzoo,for maximum dellection on the VTVM. IC Meterand Idling CurrentAlignment
a) Disconnect +13.5volt lineto the PA unit, the

Note: Do not switch channels or modcs duringtransmission. Presetthe potentiometers a) and MODE switch, as follows: VRr-, AF Unit Full) counterrlockwise VR,oo, IF Unit Fully clockwise VRo*, LPF Unit Fullyclockwise VRroo: I PF Unit Fullycounterclockwise vR,uo' LPF Unit Full) counlerclocku ise MODEswitch A3h b ) On any channel,close the PTT switch and adjust VR,oor for a poweroutput of 50 watts (50W PAI on the dummy load/wattmeter. 25 watts;I0W PAr 4 watts) c) Check the power output for eachfrequency and set the CHANNEL selector the channel to at whichminimumpoweris obtained.
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and connect an ammeterir1 serieswith the line. Tum the CALIB/CALL switchto CALL.
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Adjust VRsoorso that the readingon the lC valueasthat or tlre meter will show the some

c) Now release the CALIB/CALL switch,And

Pressthe set VR3oorfully counterclockwise. (100WPA), PTT switch,and adjustVReoo, VRsoo,(50w PA), or VRnr, (lOW PA) for a readingof 100 n1Aon the ammeter. 1. FWD MeterSetting Tum the CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, md adjust VRsoo, to 80% of lirll scaleon the metcr. S/FWD

Again adjust VRroor for a power output of (50W 67 wattson the dummyload/wattnreter PA: 33 watts;l0W PA: ? watts). (50WPAr l8 watts;IoW PA: 4 wotts). Now sct the MODE switch to USB, the CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, and adjust VRoo6. for a readingof 100 watts on the (50W PA: 50 warts; dumm) lord/wrrrmer<r low PA: I0 watts). iu
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the CALIB/CALL swrtch, and apply Release a 2 mV 1000Hz siglal from the AF generator to the MIC connector'Set the MODE switch (USBor LSB). to SSB
h) Adjust VR3oo1 to

to 50 ohms). Tum the CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, and adjust VRaoor for 75 watts power output, as indicatedon the wattmeter (50WPA: 37.5watts;10WPA: ?.5 watts). Note for 50WModel: Never attempt to adjust VRroor or VRaoo3 without performingthe entireALC alignment procedurc, as this may cause the final transisto$ to exceed the specified power b' lo oulpul.lecding damage overhealing.

the point where the specified power output is obtained on the dummy load/wattmeterConnect three 50-ohm dummy loads m parallel, so as to present a 17-ohm load to the amplifier (l:3 SWR with rcference

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COMMONCIRCUITS l. Carrier/Local OscillatorAlignment

c) Removethe VTVM from P6o2a analconnect

Note: When the optional crystal oven is installed,there is a differencein the part numbers used in the FT-180A. Part numbers of the form 60XX should be read as 6XX (e.9., D6oo6
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the frcquencycounterto the plug. Set the CLARIFIER control to the center position, and adjust the core of T6001 ror a reading 10.700 of MHz.
e) Now closethe PTT switch and adjustTC6oo?

for a rcadingof exactly 10.700MHz. Next, rcmove the counter from p6oraand connect the frequency counter to J1qq5 on the RF unit.

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a) Disconnect P6o,afrom its jack (J3oo3)on the AF unit, and connect the RF probe of the VTVM to P6o,a. b) Adjust T600, for maximum deflection on the VTVM. The nominal value is approximately 0.2 volts.

The local oscillator frequency must be rJjustedb, the appropriare lrimmercrpdiitor, corrcsponding the CHANNELselector. to Adjust the trimmer capaciton on the CARRIER/LOCALOSC Unit as shown below, ro the exactcrystalfrcquencies.
CHI I CH2: CH3r CH4: CH5: TC6oo, TCoon, TC6oo. TCun* Tce,os

CH6: TC",,u Tone OscillatorAlignment Connect the fuequencycounter to Tp.0o1 on the AF unit, tum the CALIB/CALL switch to CALL, and adjust VR3oo6 a frequency for of 1500Hz 120 Hz. Connect the AF voltmeter to the intemal speaker teminals, and tum the CALIB/CALL switch to CALIB. Adjust VR3oo5 the AF on unit for a reading of 0.45 volts on the AF voltmeter,
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LSB FILTER INSTALLATION Removethe bottom coverof the transceiver' on all analcarefullydisconnect connectors the tF unit. Then, unscrew the four lF unit on mountingscrews the cornen of the unitl

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OPTIONAL CRYSTAL OVEN INSTALLATION 1) Removethe bottom and top coversfrom the chassis. 7) 2) On the bottom side of the tftnsceiver,disconnectPre on the lF unit, and Pr4 on the AF unit. On the top side,disoonnect and Po5 Po? on the RF unit. (Refer to FigurcsI and 2.) Note: if the Remote Control Unit is installedoverthe RF Unit,it must be removed to access on the RF Unit. Po? Unscrcw the four CARRIER/LOCAL OSC Unit mounting screws markedA on Figure2. Then rcmove the CARRIER/LOCAL OSC Unit mountingplate from the unit.

preuously remained loose, near the CARRIER/LOCAL OSC Unit. (Refer to Figures 2 and3.) Crystalsused in the oven differ from those used wjthout, and so new crystalsmusr oe installed when the oven is added. See the procedure the following page. on
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SMPLEX 1.

CIIANNELS

Referringto Figure4, install the crystals into the socketson the CARRIER/LOCAL Unit. Be sure to install the corect crystal in each socket,accordingto the channelnumber. If theFT-l8oAis equippedwith a crystal ovFn, the CARRIER/LOCAL Unit is locatedwithin the oven. Unplug all connectorson the RF unit, unscrewthe four mounting screws, and rcmove the RF Unit from the chassis. Referringto Figures and 6, notice that each 5 of the six channelshas two transformers, together with their associated capacitoA, which must be selected correspond to with the desiredchannelfrcquency. Obtain the corect values for these ttansfomers and capacitors from the BAND TABLE on page44, and installin the correctlocationson the RF Unit.
or CH3simplex CH3RX only or CH2simplex CH2RX only or CH1simplex CHI RX only lo€ations used These for RXcrystals for channels. semi-duplex

2.
NOTE: The specifications crystalsused with the for oven differ from thoseusedwithout the oven, please so when orderingcrystals, stateclearly part number1H...)givenin the thc 8-digit ftequenTablebelow,alongwith the channel cy.

3.

or CH6simplex CH3TX only or CHssimpl€x CH2TX only or CH4simplex CHl TX only us€d Those locations for {or TX crystals channols s€mi-duPlex

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For example;toinstall 2182 kHz into channel 1, find the valuesfor 2.0 2.5 MHz in the BAND TABLE. Therewe find that the tlansformeff shouldbe part no. L0020973,and the 100 pF. From Figures5 and 6we capacitors, see that the transfomers shouldbe installed in locationsT'oo, and T1ooj,and the capaoi(for torsin locations Croz1 C1os3 CH 1). and 4. Pa A in Figures 7 and 8 illustrates the jumper wiresthat must be connected between RF Unit (if all six Jo7 and Jrr or Jn on the channels to be simplex).[f somechannels are are to be semi-duplex,install only those jumpers coresponding to the simple channel(s).

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5.

Refering to Part B in Figures7 and 8, install to a jumper from rhe point adjacent the pin of lro corresponding lhe channelbeing to installedto the point connected the pin of to Joe correspondingto the LPF whose frequencyrangeincludesthe channelfrequency. For example, ChannelI is to be 2182 kHz, if jumper from the point next to connect the pin 2 of J1oto the 1.6-2.6MHz point next to Joe. If morc than one channelis in the same LPF bimd, simply make multiple conto nections the point adjacent Joe. to

NOTE: Improper jumper colmectionsmay damage the lowpass filte$ and final transistors.

When all desiredchannels havebeeninstalled, rctum the RF Unit to its odginalpositionand rcplace mountingscrcws th€ and connectoF.

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40

SEMI-DUPLEXCHANNELS 1. Referring to Figure 4, on the CARRIER/ LOCAL Unit, install the RX crystal for the semiduplex channelinto location l, 2 or 3; arrd the TX crystal into location 4, 5 or 6, That is, if CH I is to be semircspectively. TX crystalgoesin the CH 4 posiduplex, the tion; CH 2 semiduplex TX crystal in CH 5; and CH 3 semi-duplex crystalinto CH 6. TX Referringto the BAND TABLE on page44, and detemine the valuesof the transformers neededfor the RX and TX frecapaciton quencies.Install theseparts in the locations listedbelow and shownin Figures5 and 6. CHANNELI: cH I ( R X) cH 4 ( TX) CHANNEL2: cH 2 ( R X) cH 5 ( TX) CHANNEL3l cH 3 r R X) cH 6 ( TX)

3.

Install the ChannelSelectorJumper(s)fronl point adjacentto Jo? to the point adjacent to J'1 for the semi-duplex channel(s) being installed, shownin Figure9. as Referringto step 5 and Part B of Figures7 and 8 in the Simplex Channel procedure, install the LPF jump€r(s)for the TRANSMIT frequencyin the CHl, CH2 or CH3 positions (points in common with pins 4, 5 and 6 of Jro, respectively). not install any LPF Do jumper for semi-duplex channels the CH4, in CH5 or CH6 positions. Referringto Figurc 10, out the wirc to connector Prr that coresponds with the CH location that is being used as the transmit liequency for the semiduplexchannel. That is, if CHI is to be semi-duplex, the wrre cut to pin 4 (designated CH4 in Figure l0). For CH2 semi-duplex, the wire to pin 5 (CH5); cut and for CH3 semi-duplex, wirc to pin 6 the

4.

2.

5.

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Kit required:Part numberD3000266 1. Disconnect the FT-180A from the power affixing the source,and removethe 4 screws and top cover-Loosen the side plate scrcws, remove cover, the

6.

Co lect one end of each of the supplied connection cables to the RF Unit: Plo to J'6,6,P1' to J161'andP" to J'o" . , Referring to Figure 12, install the Remote Control Unit (suppliedwith the kit) usingthe the suppliedmounting screws. Makesurethat no wiresor connectors pinchedor trapped are beneath Unit. the Connectthe other endsof the new connection cablesto the Remote Control Unit: Pa, to
J7o5,P so to J7o6 and & r , toJ7o7.

'7.

8. 2. Refefiing to FigureI 1, locate the two scrcws affixing the Connector Unit. Removethese screws,but do not rcmove the connectom from the Unit yet. Carefully disconnectplugs Pro, Pr and Pu from RF Unit (previouslybeneaththe Connector Unit). Also disconnectplugs Pa3and Unit. P44iiom the Connoctor knob,mountRemove CHANNEL selector the ing nut and washer,and removethis switch in and its wires disconnected the previous slep. Install the new BCD switch suppliedwith the kit, with wircs and plug Ps,.

3.

Disconnectthe following plugsone at a time frcm the ConnectorUnit, and connectthem to the jacks on the RemoteContrcl Unit: Pa5 to Jror. P4" ro J,or. P4 lo J-or and P.s ro
I,oc.

10. ConnectPs, from the newCHANNELselector
4, switchto Jios on the RemoteContrcl Unit.
Il.

Replacethe top cover and its 4 sorcws. This completes modification. the

5.

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43

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