German user information AE 485 S 10-meter amateur mobile transceiver Content: Legal and General Information Preparation for

commissioning General How to use connection to the power supply safety and vehicle mounting selection of antenna car antenna operation as a base station, the operation of your unit, the controls of your 10 m radio controls and switches power, volume and squelch MIC Gain microphone gain RF Gain Clarifier LCD display panel key mapping of the AE Simplex 485 S mode select Frequenzrasterung change - and repeater mode change re peater mode set frequency offset switch frequency offset Tone call 1750 Hz using frequency memory frequency type frequency retrieve Call-scan start and stop sea rching, and scan direction reversed last used channel call Blanker (Noise Blanke r) sound filters off and turn the key confirmation tone to know about the techni cal data storage and backup of the adjusted data sockets for external accessorie s microphone jack Page 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 Speaker jack maintenance and programming options reset to default and delete all references to memory frequency settings Other technical data frequency / channe l number table for channel mode 8 8 8 8 9 10 Legal Notices and General Information Manufacturer Declaration of Conformity This amateur radio equipment complies with the protection requirements of Counci l Directive 89/336/EEC (EMC), met the new harmonized European Standard ETS 300 6 84 for amateur radio equipment and is marked with the CE mark. The following conditions apply: This unit is in Germany exclusively for use by radio amateurs within the meaning of § 1 of the Law on the amateur radio (Federal Law Gazette, Part III, No. 902 2-1) is determined. Licensed radio amateurs may use this device exclusively on t he amateur radio frequencies allocated. For the conditions laid down for persona l highs of the radiation power and the resulting separation distances is the rad io amateur performing itself is responsible. For other purposes, this unit must not be used, either by amateurs or by other persons. Note also the different reg ulations for the amateur service in other countries. The radio and all your acce ssories for or upstream components and parts must be operated so that compliance in the overall configuration of the protection requirements of EMVDirektive 89/ 336 or national EMC legislation will. When downstream connection of power amplif ier modules to meet the European standard ETS 300 684 and the national amateur r adio regulations may the use of Anpaà filtern or additional harmonic filters requi red. This is the radio amateur performing responsible. ALBRECHT ELECTRONIC GMBH See the included manual describes the U.S. and Asian version of the device. Some data from the European version may differ from those listed in the instructions . 2 Preparation for commissioning General Rules for Using the 10m amateur radio equi pment AE 485 S is designed as a mobile station for 12 V vehicle networks. For op eration on 230 V power supply, the device can also be connected via a suitable 1 2-V power supply. The radio is designed for intermittent operation, as it occurs typically in amateur radio. For permanent broadcasting reception without regula r cool-down periods as this device is not provided. Avoid using your amateur rad io equipment to high humidity, extreme high and low temperatures, high dust and direct sunlight to stay. Open your radio unless you have the necessary expertise

, the right tools and the necessary measuring instruments. The unit has shipped, depending on country of sale a switchable frequency range, which may be greater than the value of Euro 10 m amateur radio. The technical data and the function outside of the customary international amateur radio range can not be guaranteed . Connection to the power supply with the included DC cable, you can connect you r device to the 12 volt DC power system of your vehicle or even to a 12 V power supply. These are voltage between 11 volts and 14 volts at power supply units an d max. 6.15 volts in cars with lead-acid battery and alternator allowed. The bat tery or the power supply must be able to deliver at least 3 amps with good stabi lity. The power cable should preferably not be extended. In vehicles please try €Whenever possible, the cable directly to the terminals of the battery. To have the greatest possible security against interference from alternator and ignition system and the most stable operating voltage. Should burn in the DC cable set b ackup again, examine your always the possible cause (usually located in front of polarity and a protection diode has been activated) and replace the fuse with a n equivalent type (3 amps, American glass fuse) and never by bridging with silve r paper or other measures! The red wire is connected to the positive pole, the b lack wire to the pole of the voltage source. The negative pole is on the radio h ousing, as is customary with all modern vehicles. When installed in ships due to the grounding of the housing security against electrolytic or galvanic corrosio n, such as insulated installation of the radio and galvanic isolation of the ant enna connections are required. Safety and Vehicle Mounted Inside the unit are no parts that would have the operation for the user to access. The opening of the device, please leave only one expert. By no means, the housing must be opened wi thout disconnecting the first connection to the 12 V supply. All work, e.g. also the change of bridges or the reset process by bridging CON 401 should be energi zed. If you want to use your radio in a vehicle, mount it with screws and the mo unting bracket in the appropriate place on a vehicle. Take care, namely that the installation is no risk of injury for the driver or fellow passengers and avoid the immediate vicinity of outlets of the heating or air conditioning. Selection of the antenna car antenna 12 watts PEP maximum power one should not expect whe n the CB radio is often used Behelfsantennen like mini-magnetic, window terminal antenna or Adhesive window antenna. Please install a powerful vehicle antenna w ith a grounded antenna on the body and keep the greatest possible distance from occupants and any kind of car electronics. In the interest of a great distance t o pedestrians on sidewalks should be as The right wing will be shunned as a moun ting location. Make sure the antenna for good ground connection, for only that e nsures that no RF on mantle waves reached into the vehicle. The automakers have the way to the latest EU directives, the right antenna installation locations an d the maximum tolerated power in amateur radio to prescribe for your vehicles. 3 Please refer to new vehicles, whose approval was granted after 1.1.1998, strictl y to these guidelines, they could otherwise risk losing the approval of your veh icle. Information is available from both the car manufacturers directly or throu gh the German Amateur Radio Club eV! Even if the effects of the "electric smog" is controversial, you should expose other people who appreciate your hobby might be more dangerous, not too much electromagnetic fields. If you should wear a pa cemaker itself, look for possible large antenna spacing. If in doubt, give the m anufacturer's information on recommended separation distances. It goes without s aying that your antenna should be optimized in the SWR. The final stage of the A E 485 S coped during operation up to 1:2 SWR at full power and short term up to 1:3 (eg while tuning). Without the antenna connected, you should never press the send button! For the antenna of the radio connection is a SO 239 connector (for PL-connector) available. For connection and cable are good offered for the CB-r adio quality. Operation as a base station Please work with the AE 485 S possible only with an external antenna. Any form of indoor antenna near field generated in such high RF fields that others or even their own electronic devices could be disturbed or influenced, perhaps even in spite of adequate EMC immunity under t

he EU directive! Are known for example Hum from its own power supply or via its own Miklrofon in the channel, insertions into VCR or stereo, and much more. Many of the known from the CB radio station with small antennas can be reconciliatio n tasks for the 10 m amateur radio use as a cheap alternative. Which can current ly applicable limits for personnel of the pacemaker-makers, particularly in the area 10 m not much scope for small separation distances! The operation of your d evice to get to know your device, we recommend that you understand the following steps.€Find out in this chapter, all functions, you should know in order to pa rticipate in the amateur traffic. The controls of your radio's controls and swit ches Switching, volume and squelch setting you can program the unit through the on-of f switch, which is combined with the volume control (1), on and off. When you fi rst turn set the volume control (volume) a medium volume and set the Squelchknop f (14) to the left until you hear the noise. The squelch (squelch) adjust it so that the noise just disappears. In this position, the squelch opens with weak si gnals and is therefore in a delicate position. 4 If the squelch adjusted beyond this point further to the right (clockwise), the signals are getting stronger, to be switched through. When you first turn the un it will start in the broadcasting FM and you will see the LCD display a frequenc y in the 28 -29 MHz range. You are in the VFO mode. The Frequenzrasterung corres ponds to 10 m in the FM mode usual standard of a 10 kHz offset without grid. The y can to advance the frequencies on the dial CHANNEL (9) on the device or on the UP-down buttons on the microphone. Mic Gain (3) The microphone gain controller is a double slider, together with the RF gain control. With the upper control (3 ) to set the microphone sensitivity. With the supplied hand microphone, the cont roller at two thirds or Vollanschlag (clockwise) are available. For amplifiers m icrophones is used to control the individual setting. The optimal modulation mak e the best one with a control receiver, or by using a remote station. RF Gain (4 ) The Regulator for RF Gain (lower, external adjustment of the double regulator) sets the gain in the receiver RF and IF section. Turned fully right, the device has the largest gain and sensitivity. This position is ideal for most reception conditions. Especially if you want to hear consciously only stations in close r ange, one can turn back the RF gain control and then hide unwanted long distance or interference. For SSB operation, it may be necessary at high field strengths , adjust the gain with the RF gain control for optimum reception quality. Clarif ier (11) This knob Empfängerfeinverstimmung and is used only in SSB mode when t he remote is not quite at the same frequency. In radio sessions with multiple pa rticipants, it is very often the case that you need to make fine adjustments to individual stations, with the Clarifier best intelligibility. LC-display your ra dio has a large backlit LCD display for reading all settings such as channel, fr equency, status indicators and the analog received signal strength (S-meters) an d transmit power. To have the most important parameters of your unit, always in view. The S-meter setting corresponds to the international short-wave Amateur St andard: 100 uV EMF antenna voltage of S 9 The S-meter uses a bar graph in the LC D field with five stages. Key assignment of AE S 485 (keys 5-12) The buttons hav e multiple function device, which is partially surrounded depending Betriebsarta utomatisch or in connection with the function key (12). Thus the names in the te xt of the description is not too confusing, you will only see the current name f or the function. If for example meant is that you press the MODE button, then th ere is "MODE" and not the full name for all the key functions, such as "MODE/LOW /5. Also on the keys are all the functions that are only possible in conjunction with the FUNC button, called in blue. Select modes with the MODE button (8) to switch between the modes AM, FM, USB and LSB. The selected mode appears on the d isplay. Where: AM FM USB LSB amplitude modulation with full carrier A3 narrowban d frequency modulation with a modulation index (up 2.5 kHz deviation) single-sid eband, upper sideband (Upper Side Band) single-sideband, lower sideband (Lower S

ide Band) Frequenzrasterung Change Frequenzrasterung is 10 m Frequency Mode (default) to s et steps of 10 kHz. With the key STEP (5), the grid can be temporarily set to 1, 10 or 100 kHz steps to adjust. 5 After pressing STEP first one appears under the cursor, one, the tens or hundred s-place, depending on how often you push, it will flash the corresponding number . With the channel switch can then be to advance the of the specific places. One finishes the grid with FUNC (12), then switched back to a 10 kHz raster.€This begins now, but the last set frequency, no matter how much it is moved kHzRaster compared to the normal 10! Example: With the STEP button and switch the channel you have set 29 138 MHz. Press FUNC and press the channel switch. Your next fre quency is now 29 148 MHz 27 158 MHz, etc. This can be achieved in the offset-sca le channel spacing operation. Simplex and repeater operation with the existing s etting, you can begin radio operation on simplex channels. In the years of sunsp ot maximum can be at times in the 10 m band bridge considerable distances up to several 1000 km. A good indicator of à berrreichweiten are the numerous relay stat ions (repeaters). In Europe and mainly in the U.S. are working all these repeate rs in the upper part of band, eg 29 670 MHz. Adjust your repeater mode AE 485 S can be the popular repeater reach 10 m in good conditions in Europe and overseas . This must however be switched between your receiving frequency and a frequency spectrum of your store. You hear e.g. a repeater to 29 670 MHz. The suitable fr equency for your device would be 100 kHz lower, in this example 29 570 MHz. Freq uency offset on Press FUNC and SHIFT (9) in succession. The display will show + SHIFT. Press the key sequence again, appear-SHIFT. This repeater shift is, howev er, as supplied or 600 kHz (as used in the Far East). So that you can use it in Europe, you must first programming even when the storage value of 600 kHz kHz sw itch to European 100th frequency offset can change the frequency offset be chang ed kHz 10-990. Again, use the key sequence FUNC and SHIFT hold, but the SHIFT ke y down more than three seconds until the display changes to 600. With the channe l selector or UPDOWN buttons on the microphone, you can then change the tray to the desired value (Europe / USA 100 kHz). The then confirm by briefly pressing t he PTT button or the FUNC button. From now on, your device works in repeater mod e with the new setting. 1750 Hz Tone call for some repeater is needed to open a 1750 Hz tone call. Find the Tone call to the microphone. the ringing tone is emi tted as long as you press the button. Frequently used frequency memory frequenci es can be used in conjunction with the mode selected in 5 spaces on the button M SAV / mload (10 store) for instant recall. The settings are not lost during a te mporary power failure because the device works with low-power backup technology. For example, used a repeater shift is not stored with. The SHIFT function is in principle always for all channels if it is on. Frequency type Set the desired f requency. The key sequence MSAV FUNC + + location number (1-5), save the frequen cy. It appears in the display to the FUNC + MSAV an "S" for "SAVE". Frequency re trieve by entering mload and the space number you can call up memories occupied again. (After typing in mload "L" for "Load memory"). 6 CALL channel memory, the two can get very easily by simply tapping the button 2 (CALL). As a sign that this is a priority channel, the indicator blinks as long as the channel is selected. Do you want to leave the CALL channel, tap back to 2 (CALL). The last used channel will appear again. Search The search function all ows the scanning of the band in 10 kHz steps, starting from the last set frequen cy. It does not matter whether or not the last one was selected frequency or mem ory channel. If the scan found a signal, the channel for a maximum of eight seco nds is observed, unless the signal disappears quickly. then the search starts ag ain, until he found the next signal. Scan start and stop button SCAN (press 9).

the search starts. It can be stopped by: pressing the PTT button or renewed pres sure on the SCAN button. Important: scanning the squelch setting used as a switc hing criterion. Please make advance the squelch on the value at which to stop th e scanner Busy channel. With open squelch no search is possible: This state reco gnizes the CPU as occupied channels and switches in 8-second clock on each of th e channel. During the search reverse search direction at any time, the search di rection to be changed from up downwards and vice versa. Simply turn on the chann el switches briefly in the right direction, or use the UP and DOWN buttons on th e microphone. Last use call channel (LCR,€Last Channel Recall) Have you heard a lot in between on other frequencies or searched for, then you might want to go back by simply pressing a button on the channel on which you had last worked (ie sent)? Press LCR (6) and you set the channel again, where you had sent the last time more than 3 seconds. Blanker (Noise Blanker) A noise blanker is a circuit for blocking or limiting short-term impulsive disturbances. Since the 10 m band is occupied by particularly strong Störnebel of electrical machinery and vehicl es, your device has built such a circuit that you can switch on when needed in t he AM and SSB modes. The Noise Blanker may be the key sequence NB and FUNC (key 5 a) on and off. The receiver has a switchable sound filters sound filters, whic h can be especially useful in noisy signals, because it weakens the aggressive h igh tones and can be more pleasant by the sound. This filter can be switched via the FUNC key sequence and LOW (key 8). Drain and turn on the keyboard confirmat ion tone switch on the device while holding the PTT (push to talk button on the microphone) one. With this method you can in each case between two states switch back and forth. Things to know about the technical data storage and backup of t he data set, the radio is not equipped with a lithium battery, but uses low-powe r backup technology. There are therefore no voltage is data lost after some time . 7 Sockets for external accessories microphone jack (2) 6 pin, Jap. , or other amplifier for electret microphone with about 600 ohms nce suitable. PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PTT microphone ground-TX-contact UP / DOWN mass screening for Electretmikrofon accessories) Standard, screw to 1 ohm impeda NF Tone call to power (or other

Important: Except for the assignment of the Tone call to pin 2 corresponds to th e circuitry of the CB radio widespread "Albrecht" - Standard. Please note the fo llowing when possibly other microphones! Speaker jack (rear) 3.5 mm mono jack, s uitable for 4-8 ohm speakers with at least 2-4 watts. When plugging an external speaker for the internal speaker automatically turns off. Maintenance and progra mming options The following instructions apply only to qualified service personn el. Settings in the programming are permitted only for authorized users and for commercial export to countries where those versions are allowed. No liability fo r damages and for damages, which were caused by improper or not explicitly descr ibed by Albrecht programming steps and other interventions. The warranty expires in principle to end users in opening the case. Let you make changes during the warranty period only by Albrecht authorized dealer! Reset to default and delete all the memory, a generic reset back to factory defaults can be carried out if s eparated power supply and open the contact device CON 401 on the front panel wit h a screwdriver or similar will be bridged momentarily. The device then restarts with the default setting. This reset should first be carried out in all conditi ons. There are cases of unavoidable external influences, can block in which the processor or certain functions can not be exported or wrong. These disorders can e.g. be triggered by thunderstorms, over voltage, over-RF radiation etc) and le ave with a reset usually resolve quickly. However, go on Reset all memory progra mming lost. Information on frequency settings, the device has internal diodes pr ogramming (eg D2) and an internal reset contact CON 401, with country-specific v ariants can be switched. As delivered, the device operates on the amateur radio field 28000-29699 MHz in the frequency display mode. Channel numbers are not use

d in that fashion. If the programming diode D2 removed (or broken) and an intern al reset configure a (a screwdriver CON 401 bridge just done), can hold the devi ce to the software procedure FUNC button + 2 (button 2 longer than 3 seconds) to the field expand 25 165 29 695 Mhz to Mhz, works there in a 5 kHz offset channe l mode to 454 channels in 10 kHz steps in a total of 10 bands. The display chann el numbers appear and display a band (bands A to J). These tapes can to advance the by briefly pressing the button 2/CALL.Switching to frequency display (and ba ck) is made by the key sequence FUNC + 2, while the 2 button only briefly touch. 8 Switching back in the 28 MHz frequency mode is done by the same procedure. (FUNC + 2, but longer press). Programming and reset diode bridge are clearly found on the front board by removing the cover (speaker side). Frequency MHz frequency mode 28000-29699 28000-29699 MHz frequency mode + 2616529695 MHz channel mode (454 channels) Other technical data: frequency in the fre quency mode: permissible frequency in the 454-channel mode: frequency stability classes of emission voltage range backup power levels Bridge D 2 closed free press over using Function + 2 (three seconds) AM FM SSB Harmonic suppression microphone sensitivity Supplied microphone: dynamic control Microphone volume-ALC electricity consumption during transmission receiver sens itivity receiver adjacent channel selectivity Clarifier control range Audio outp ut dimensions including protruding buttons / jacks weight for 12 dB SINAD 28000-29699 25165-29699 MHz MHz + / -400 Hz A3E, F3E, J3E 08/10 to 06/15 V DC 3A 4 Watt 8 Watt 12 Watt PEP min. 65 dB 4 mV / 1 kOhm electret 50 dB max. 2.5 A (F M / AM) max 3A (peak at SSB) 0.5 uV EMF FM / SSB 0.9 uV EMF AM 60 dB FM / AM SSB 70 dB + / - 1 kHz 2.5 Watt into 8 Ohms 22 x 15.5 x 5.3 cm 1.2 kg © 1998 Electronic Albrecht These materials are not for commercial purposes without the express written perm ission of Albrecht Electronic GmbH copied, in whole or in part, or reproduced. Albrecht Electronic GmbH http://www.albrecht-online.de D-22952 Lütjensee albrecht-electronic@t-online.de 9 Frequency table for AE 485 S (with activated channel mode) Channel number 1 2 3 3A 4 5 6 7 7A 8 9 10 11 11A 12 13 14 15 15A 16 17 18 19 19A 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 A 25 165 25 175 25 185 25 195 25 205 25 215 25th 225 25th 235 25 245 25th 255 25th 2 65 25,275 25,285 25,295 25,305 25,315 25,325 25,335 25,345 25,355 25,365 25,375 25,385 25,395 25,405 25,415 25,425 25,455 25,435 25,445 25,465 25,475 25,485 25, 495 25,505 25,515 25,525 25,535 25,545 25,555 25,565 25,575 25,585 25,595 25,605 B 25,615 25,625 25,635 25,645 25,655 25,665 25,675 25,685 25,695 25,705 25,715 25,725 25,735 25,745 25,755 25,765 25,775 25,785 25,795 25,805 25,815 25,825 25, 835 25,845 25,855 25,865 25,875 25,905 25,885 25,895 25,915 25,925 25,935 25,945 25,955 25,965 25,975 25,985 25,995 26,005 26,015 26,025 26,035 26,045 26,055 C 26,065 26,075 26,085 26,095 26,105 26,115 26,125 26,135 26,145 26,155 26,165 26, 175 26,185 26,195 26,205 26,215 26,225 26,235 26,245 26,255 26,265 26,275 26,285 26,295 26,305 26,315 26,325 26,355 26,335 26,345 26,365 26,375 26,385 26,395 26 ,405 26,415 26,425 26,435 26,445 26,455 26,465 26,475 26,485 26,495 26,505 D 26, 515 26,525 26,535 26,545 26,555 26,565 26,575 26,585 26,595 26,605 26,615 26,625

26,635 26,645 26,655 26,665 26,675 26,685 26,695 26,705 26,715 26,725 26,735 26 ,745 26,755 26,765 26,775 26,805 26,785 26,795 26,815 26,825 26,835 26,845 26,85 5 26,865 26,875 26,885 26,895 26,905 26,915 26,925 26,935 26,945 26,955 E 26,965 26,975 26,985 26,995 27,005 27,015 27,025 27,035 27,045 27,055 27,065 27,075 27 ,085 27,095 27,105 27,115 27,125 27,135 27,145 27,155 27,165 27,175 27,185 27,19 5 27,205 27,215 27,225 27,255 27,235 27,245 27,265 27,275 27,285 27,295 27,305 2 7,315 27,325 27,335 27,345 27,355 27,365 27,375 27,385 27,395 27,405 F 27,415 27 ,425 27,435 27,445 27,455 27,465 27,475 27,485 27,495 27,505 27,515 27,525 27,53 5 27,545 27,555 27,565 27,575 27,585 27,595 27,605 27,615 27,625 27,635 27,645 2 7,655 27,665 27,675 27,705 27,685 27,695 27,715 27,725 27,735 27,745 27,755 27,7 65 27,775 27,785 27,795 27,805 27,815 27,825 27,835 27,845 27,855 G 27,865 27,87 5 27,885 27,895 27,905 27,915 27,925 27,935 27,945 27,955 27,965 27,975 27,985 2 7,995 28,005 28,015 28,025 28,035 28,045 28,055 28,065 28,075 28,085 28,095 28,1 05 28,115 28,125 28,155 28,135 28,145 28,165 28,175 28,185 28,195 28,205 28,215 28,225 28,235 28,245 28,255 28,265 28,275 28,285 28,295 28,305 H 28,315 28,325 2 8,335 28,345 28,355 28,365 28,375 28,385 28,395 28,405 28,415 28,425 28,435 28,4 45 28,455 28,465 28,475 28,485 28,495 28,505 28,515 28,525 28,535 28,545 28,555 28,565 28,575 28,605 28,585 28,595 28,615 28,625 28,635 28,645 28,655 28,665 28, 675 28,685 28,695 28,705 28,715 28,725 28,735 28,745 28,755 I 28,765 28,775 28,7 85 28,795 28,805 28,815 28,825 28,835 28,845 28,855 28,865 28,875 28,885 28,895 28,905 28,915 28,925 28,935 28,945 28,955 28,965 28,975 28,985 28,995 29,005 29, 015 29,025 29,055 29,035 29,045 29,065 29,075 29,085 29,095 29,105 29,115 29,125 29,135 29,145 29,155 29,165 29,175 29 185 29 195 29 205 J 29 215 29 225 29 235 29 245 29 255 29 265 29 275 29 285 29 295 29 305 29 315 29 325 29 335 29 345 29 355 29 365 29 375 29 385 29 395 29 405 29 415 29 425 29 435 29 445 29 455 29 465 29th475 29 505 29 485 29 495 29 515 29 525 29 535 29 545 29 555 29 565 29 575 2 9 585 29 595 29 605 29 615 29 625 29 635 29 645 29 655 29 665 29 675 29 685 29 6 95 10