SM- 1 645 SERIES SYNTHESIZED MOBILE RADIOS

January 1987

CONTENTS
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Location of Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Operating Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 EPROM Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Circuit Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Parts Variation vs. Frequency Chart Alignment and Adjustment

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Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Suggested Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Block Diagrams

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PC Board Layouts and Schematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

SM-1645 Series Mobiles and Mobile Repeater
This Equipment Meets or Exceeds the Following Specifications

General
Frequency Range Channels Frequency Spread Operating Temperature Operating Voltage Current Drain (TX) Current Drain (RX) Antenna Impedance Frequency Stability Programming Channel Spacing Size Weight

SM-1645H 136 - 1 74 MHz 16
12 MHz

SM-1645L 30 - 50 MHz
16 2.5 MHz

SM-1645HS 144 - 174 MHz
16 12 MHz

- 30 to

+ 60C

- 30 to

+ 60C

- 30 to + 60C
13.8 VDC 9.1 amps .98 amps 50 ohms 5 PPM Dual EPROMS 5 or 12.5 KHz
5 Ibs 4
02s.

13.8 W C 8.5 amps

13.8 VDC 9.0 amps

.8amps
50 ohms

.8amps
50 ohms 5 PPM EPROM 5 or 12.5 KHz
4 Ibs. 2

5 PPM
EPROM 5 or 12.5 KHz 7.2 x 2.6 x 10 inches
4 Ibs. 2 02s.

7.2 x 2.6 x 10 inches 1 1.7 x 7.2 x 2.6 inches
02s.

Transmitter
R Output Power F Modulation Spurious and Harmonics Hum and Noise Audio Distortion 45 Watts (adj. 10 - 50) 45 Watts (adj. 10-50) 1616- 80 dB

35 (adj.) 16B

- 80 dB - 50 dB
3%

- 50 dB
3%

- 80 dB - 50 dB
3%

Sensitivity Selectivity Image and Spurious IntermodulationRejection Hum and Noise
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.25 UV( 12 dB SINAD) .25 u V ( 12 dB SINAD) .25 u V ( 12 dB SINADJ - 85 dB - 85 dB - 85 dB

- 85 dB
- 75 dB - 50 dB
5 Watts

- 85 dB - 75 dB - 50 dB
5 Watts

- 85 dB

- 75 dB
- 50 dB
5 Watts

Audio Output
Specifications subject to change without notice.

rotate the "Squelch Control" clockwise until the receiver is silenced. . - 10. Reset the "Squelch" to threshold. When the channel is clear (background noise only). A t this time the channel display will indicate scanning of the channels in the scan list 7. 2. . as shown in the "Channel Indicator" window. Perform this step carefully. Turn the radio on. (This should be set on a non-active channel. Activate the scan mode by depressing the "Scan" switch. After setting the receiver controls and seleaing the proper channel. Verify the priority monitor by opening "Squelch" on a non-priority channel and noticing the "lookback" action to priority channel. Adjust the "Volume Control" for a normal listening level (background noise or a station if one is transmitting). Set the "Channel Selector" t o the channel that is to be the priority channel. Set the "Squelch Control" to quiet the receiver. 5. As channels are deleted the tone light will extinguish. 3. PRIORITY SCAN INSTRUCTIONS 1. Engage the priority monitor by depressing the "Prioriv' switch. Replace the microphone. 8. 2. . 9. Set the "Channel Select" switch to the desired channel. Rotate the "Squelch Control'' counterclockwise. 3.) -2 6. Turn the "Volume Control" clockwise to apply power. Remove the microphone from itS bracket to assure priority channel switching. 6 . (This step should only be included if the priority channel is to be monitored at all times. 5. The channel indicator will illuminate. Select through the channels and use the "Delete/ Add" switch (detent of squelch pot) to delete those channels that are t o be skipped during the scan sequence.LOCATION OF CONTROLS "Transmit" Indicator "Busy" lndlcator 1 pOwerswitchonloff~ Microphone Receptacle Squelch Control and Scanned Channels Designator (with Scan Option) Channel Select OPERATING PROCEDURE 1. Do not go far beyond the silencing point or the receiver may not respond t o weak signals. 4.) 4. depress the microphone p u s h tatalk switch and speak across the face of the microphone in a normal voice when transmitting.

(5 being the channel spacing) 30866 / 10240 = 3. the complete data load for the first 16 addresses of the EPROM would then be: F6mF8WR.6 MHz below the desired receive frequency. The values for O D5 thru D7 are determined by the channel spacing.5 = .25.15 x 2.5943359375 ( * ) D4 = 2. If no CTCSS Encode or Decode is programmed.fiFOF4K)n. D6=C. D5=0. the RX data is always entered first EXAMPLE DATA CHART EPROM ADDRESS DATA LOAD Computation of ROM Data: Counter data can be determined mathematically using the formulas shown below. Note that the receive Hex code is computed for 2 1.430 MHz qVCO)=154. D6 = C D7 = 3 .6 MHz will be added to the receive frequency instead of subtracted. or. The eight data values for each transmit or receive frequency will be labeled D thru D7 and shown in Hex. D5=0.430x10001/5=30866 . numbers between 10 and 15 are representedby the letters A thru F.0162 109375 x 16 = .430 MHz TX then is: DO=6. For 5 kHz steps: M = O D6=C D7=3 For 6.375x 16 = 6. Also. The addresses of the data to be sent to the synthesizer are obtained from the Channel Select switch and the TX/RX mode input to the EPROM.5 .2 1.S. D l =0.430 MHz (RXJthen is: DO=6. frequencies) or 6. The result of the computations will consist of 8 figures in Hex format for each transmit or receive frequency.6 = 132. D2=8. W = lnteger value of above FUNCTION REMARKS 00 01 Do Dl DZ D3 F6 FO F8 F9 R FO F C I 3 qRX)=I54.830 x 1000j / 5 = 26566 (5 being the channel spacing) 26566 / 10240 = 2.509375 x 16 = 8. The following example for channel 1 is based on a simplex frequency of 154.0 162 109375 (*) W=3 . "F.259375 x 16 = 4. as represented in Hex. D3=O. The first 8 bytes control receive frequency and tone and the second block of 8 bytes control transmit frequency and tone. D l =O. If we were to program 154.15 D2 = 8 Multiply fractionary remainder by 2.375 x 16 = 6.430 .430 TX/RX into channel 1.509375 ( * ) D3 = lnteger value of above D3 = 9 Again multiply fractionary remainder by 16.375 Dl = 0 .0 D = nearest whole number (if a fraction) which in O this case is 6 DO=6 So far we have values for D thru W. O RECEIVER DATA: VCO freq: 154.430 N=f154.General Transmit and receive frequencies are determined from binary information stored in the EPROM. then the upper four bits of each memory location will remain all ones. . Multiply figures to the right of the decimal by 16.375 Dl = 0 Multiply fractionary remainder by 16.0 DO=6 As before. This is determined by whether the frequency is divisible by 5 or 6.259375 (*) D3 = 0 .430 MHz without CTCSS. For l o w band radios 2 1. . IC703. This data sets the counters internal to the synthesizer so that the appropriate VCO oscillates at the desired frequency.25 kHz spacing (mostly European).5 = 0. channel spacing being 5 kHz. Spacing can be 5 kHz (most U.mFCR. D2=4. The upper four bits are tone information and the lower four bits are frequem cy information." The transmit or receive frequency data is strobed into the synthesizer in eight -four bit blocks. If the MT-20 Multi Tone option is installed.C7=3or(6 0 8 9 2 0 C 3 ) TRANSMllTER DATA: VCO freq: 154. CTCSS Encode and Decode frequencies are also derived from binary information stored in the same EPROM.430 MHz F(VCO]= 154.H>FCn Note that the upper 4 bits of each byte at each address will be filled with one's (F). -3- . W = 2 . D 6 = C .6 = 132. Each byte or memory location stores 8 bits of data.430-2 1. W = 3 .83 MHz N = ( 1 32. D 7 = 3 o r ( 6 0 4 0 3 0 C 3) It must be remembered that in the hexadecimal system.25 kHz steps: DS=O D6=O D 7 = 3 The complete data load for 154.5943359375 x 16 = 9. as they are unusedby the synthesizer. via four data lines from the EPROM.830 MH7 02 03 04 05 06 07 W D5 D6 D7 CHI RX DO Dl D2 F6 FO F(TX)= 154.I50 x 2.430 F 4 FO D3 w n D5 17 3 FO F C CHI TX n ('1 The dwision of N by 10240 and subsequent multiplicationof the fractional pan by 16 should be done by hand or computer with appropriate accuracy as these numbers can sometimes extend 12 decimal places and must be carried rather than rounded off so as to maintain accuracy.15 D2 = 4 . then: D5 = 0. D3=9. The complete data load for 1 54. Data fcr each channel consists of 16 bytes or memory locations. .

with the frequency fine adjusted by CVIOI. The squelch point is controlled by the squelch potenriometer. When there is no incoming signal. RF coils L101-L105 affect the bandwidth. Busy Llght Where tone squelch systems are incorporated into the radio.CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION RECEIVER General The SM-1645's double superheterodyne design emphasizes high sensitivity. Audlo Detector consisting of IC 10 1 and F103. The busy light indicator serves that purpose.6 MHz signal. RF amplifier and IF amplifier. 2nd IF Amplifier This staqe. When there is incoming signal.145 MHz. performed by 0106. squelch. which stops the amplification function of lClO2 (DC-Controlled Attenuator). It is then rectified by 0107 and converted to a DC level. which varies the gain of lClO2 at the DC level. The busy light functions off the high or low DC level at pin 10 of IC103 via LED driver transistor 0108. The DC signal is fed to a Schmitt Trigger Circuir (comprisedof the other parts of IC103). amplifies the 21. 1st Mixer This function. It also performs the limiting function. contained within IC101. noise is picked up and amplified by half of IC102 and part of IC103. is fed into the 2nd mixer (0106). 2nd 0105 is a crystal-controlled oscillator at 21. amplifies the 455 KHz 2nd IF. 2nd Mlxer This function.5 MHz and the second IF frequency is 455 kHz. AF Amplifler IC104 amplifies the audio signal from the previous stage to the power level needed to drive the loud speaker. The first IF frequenq is 21. the Noise Detector (0107) loses its output and pin 10 of IC103 goes high. the internal noise of the receiver decreases when a signal is present. audio signal from the 2nd IF. recovers the This circ~it. . performed by 0102. and the internal noise decreases. IC105 feeds regulated voltage to the primary circuits. serves to mix the incoming signal and that of the 1st local oscillator. Squelch Control Circuit In a noise squelch circuit. enabling IC102. d Regulated Power Supply To keep fluctuations in power source voltage from influencing the receiver characteristics. This stage is important in achieving a high level of intermodulation rejection. dual-gate FET (0101)amplifies low-level signals from the antenna terminal and feeds the next stage (1st Mixer).6 MHz. Switching Clrcult In the TX mode. filter incoming signals and prevent undesirable radiation of the 1st local oscillator frequency. resulting i n the 1st IF of 21. 1st IF Amplifler This circuit. and to convert 21. it is necessary to check for other signals before transmitting. low noise level and excellent selectivity. 1st Local Oscillator See "PLL/Frequency Generation". serves to mix the frequency of the 2nd local oscillator. consisting of 0104. the receiver supply voltage is removed by 0109-0110 and 0105-0106. RF Amplifler A low-noise. including oscillator.6 MHz to the 2nd IF of 455 Khz. This signal .

PLL. Channel select addressing takes place at address lines A4-A7 of the EPROM. The synthesizer.CIRCUIT DESCRlPTlON TRANSMIITER General The oscillator uses a programmable Phase Locked Loop (PLL). It is conceivable that up to eight 16-channel blocks could be addressed via unused lines A8-A10 for a total of 128 channels. A high or "1" is supplied to EPROM IC203 address line 3 (pin 5) during TX in order to switch strobing up by eight addresses. which provides room for 128 16-byte "groups".0207 and 0208 based on phase data from the synthesizer IC202. The VCO voltage will vary between 1. The frequency of the respective VCOs are controlled by a DC voltage derived by the PLL circuitry. This voltage is generated by 0206. This allows receive data to be stored in the first 8 addresses and transmit data within the next 8 addresses of any given 16 address "channel block" selected by the channel select circuitry. . is stored in an Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EPROM) IC203. which sets the internal counters (or divide-by ratios) i n ICZOZ.6 MHz below channel frequency on receive. Digital data.5 volts at the lowest frequency and 7.8 MHz crystal X2Ol and the divided-down output from the VCO. IC202. amplified and fed to the antenna.5 volts at the highest.) lC2Ol is a dual modulus counter controlled by IC202. (The 2716 EPROM stores up to 2048 bytes. requires 32 bits for frequency determination. The resultant VCO control voltage (and hence frequency) is determined by the divide ratio of the counters internal to IC202. Address strobing is accomplished by clock IC205. IC204 converts the serial clock pulses from IC205 to 3-line binary addresses between 0 and 7 (decimal)at outputs 00-02. XTAL heaters R267 and R268 stabilize the temperature of the reference oscillator. Data is transferred or "strobed" into IC202 in eight 4-bit "words" in order to simplify interconnection and package size.The resultant VCO frequency is the same as the channel frequency on transmit and 21. The DC voltage results from a phase/frequency comparison between the divided-down frequency from the reference oscillator controlled by 4. Exciter Boards The circuits that make up the transmitter are: PLL Transmitter Exciter Modulator Power Supply PLL/Frequency Generation Transmitter drive at the carrier frequency and the receiver 1st local oscillator signal (21. Operating frequency versus VCO voltage is determined by Varicaps D2OI-D2O2 at the receive VCO and D203-D204 at the transmit VCO. Modulation of the transmit VCO is determined by applying the audio signal to Varicap D205. The dual modulus method simplifies overall design by providing a selected division ratio on the input of IC202. The signal from transmit VCO 0203 is buffered by 0204 before being fed to the TX exciter and PLL buffer 0205. which drives counter lC204. In the receive mode. 0201 output is also fed to the PLL buffer 0205 via 0204.6 MHz below the desired receive frequency) are generated respectively by independent VCOs 0203 and 0201. In the transmit mode. and is proportional to the ambient temperature as sensed by the thermistor TH201. PLL unlock protection is provided by 0212 and 0213. Each channel requires 16 bytes. The data entering lUO2 via data pins DO-D3 is stored in internal latches as determined by the address present. These functions are performed by the dual-modulus synthesizer lC202. The heating is controlled by 0214 and 0215. the VCO output is modulated. Strobing is done by clocking the addresses to the EPROM and IC202. The output from receive VCO 0201 is buffered by 0202 before being fed to the receiver 1st mixer. This circuit will disable the TX exciter in the absence of lock detect at IC202.

base current flows through 0 2 16. Repeater/duplex selection is determined by the levelof J70 1 pin 9. with 1 indicating Ch. which drives the second digit of the 7-segment display.the VCO function is performed by 0 7 0 1. thereby enabling it. The output of 0 7 0 4 is fed to IC 701. Deviation in the repeat mode is controlled by VR 70 1. The upper digits are 0 to 1.5 W). CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL RECEIVER PLL/REPEATER CONTROL PCB (SCHEMATICON PAGE 4 1) SM-l645HS Duplex Mobile Repeater The receiver PLL PCB has t w o functions. 0 2 10 and 0 2 1 1 amplify the transmitter VCO signal to a suitable input level for the driver stage (0. It must separate the first local oscillator siqnal for the receiver O independently of the transmitter ~ C so as t o allow Operation* and it Conuo's Operation Of the transceiver in the duplex mode or as a repeater. The output of 0 7 0 1. The stages are broadband transformer coupled and do not require tuning. Control is accomplished by IC 706 and IC 707. PLi . In the receiver PLL section . In the receive mode. The VCO/synthesizer circuitry is identical to the transmitter VCO/synthesizer which was previously described and which is contained within the exciter PCB. X Voltage regulation is provided by IC208 (+5 V DC for the logic) and IC206 (+8 V DC for modulator and TX v c o j . " Shortening the PlT line to ground shunts base drive to 0 2 1 7. The output of 0 7 0 2 is fed to PLL buffer 0704. Additional circuits on the PLL PCB are voltage regulation as provided by IC 708. Power Circuits TX/RX switching is accomplished b y 0 2 1 7 and 0 2 16. BCD codes for the lower digits are connected to IC602. The binary data in IC 703 is clocked into the internal counters of the synthsizer IC.6 MHz below the desired carrier (channel) frequency. The channel select switch sends out positive logic 4-bit binarycodesrepresenting0 to 1 5 decimal. Display Board A 7-segment 2digit LED is used to display the channel being used. IC 709. In this condition. A high at this point selects repeater while a l o w selects duplex Q 708 provides audio feed t o the Tx by amplifying and de-emphasizing the Rx discriminator signal from the Rx PCB. The +-bit codes from the channel select switch are also fed to the EPROM on the synthesizer board. This. in turn. in 3 line binaryform. The output of 0 7 0 3 is fed t o the Rx first mixer on the Rx PCB. One half acts half as a speech amplifier and the other half provides preemphasis and limiting. audio path from the microphone (duplex mode) or the Rx PCB (repeater mode) is selected by analog switches in IC 708. Four additional LEDs serve to indicatevarious functions of the radio. Microphone sensitivity is set byVR2O 1 and deviation by VR202. which is 2 1. w5ich prevents it from conducting. 1 0 to Ch. Saturation of 0 2 17 provides a ground path for R VCO 0 2 0 1. Reference oscillator xtal X 70 1 is temperature stabilized by proportional heater circuit consisting of Q 7 1 0 and O 7 1 1. The 1-bit output of the upper digits is connected to 0 6 0 1. 0 2 1 7 saturates as a resultof base drive from 8 V regular IC206. TX VCO and RFpredriver 0209 via 0 2 1 3. " 1 " is added to the 4-bit code output by 4-bit parallel full adder lC6O 1.Appropriate high frequencyroll off is accomplished by a low-pass filter on the output of the second stage. IC602 converts the 5-bit binary code from the adder to 2-digit BCD for the display. causing it to saturate and to provide +8 V DC to the modulator. The output of IC 702 is used t o control the VCO as determined by the binary data loaded into receive EPROM IC 703. is provided by counter IC 704 which is driven by free running clock consisting IC 705.Transmitter Exciter 0209. is fed to buffers 0 7 0 3 and Q702. me Rx PCB contains additional circuitry which is operate in the duplex mode or to controls ifthe repeater mode. which is part of the lock detection circuit. and also provides an audio path between the Tx and Rx when in the repeat mode. To convert this to 1 to 16. which drives the segment that corresponds to "1 on the first digit of the 7-segment display. IC 701 is proqrammable N/N+ I variable modulus counter whose countins ratio is controlled by synthesizer IC 702. 16. disables RX VCO 0 2 0 I . Tx activation in the repeater mode is controlled by the squelch level from the Rx PCB ( COR). Prom addressing data. Modulator This stage consists of Dual Op-Amp IC207.

j MT.3 *NOTE: 1 = OFF 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 l 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 =ON 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 71.I0 Tone Board. Brn Audio O u t Org Monitor.9 74. Detect (IC103-10) - 5 Audio Out 6 7 Receiver Bd.4 88. Sq. (VR202 wiper) * Solder to gray wire on J40 1 of driver board ( PF). allowing the selected channel to be monitored for activity.The programmed CTCSS tone is sent to the exciter via this output (Adjustment allows for proper deviation control. 3. on top side of radio. This opens the audio gate. adjust R7 for proper sub-audible deviation of the transmitter signal. Blk 5 VDC. Locate and secure MT.8 D3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 97.2 167.8 123. 5. MT-10 Single Tone option can not be used with SC.This input disables the audio gate on carrier channels until a carrier signal is detected. This will cause the tone signal to be sent to the transmitter circuitry. Red Audio In. Remove green jumper from Receiver Board J102 and connect two pin plug from wiring harness. 3 4 Audio In Receiver Bd.I Single Tone CTCSS InstallationDiagram: 0 TOP VIEW J90 1 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8* 156.8 203.7 82.0 103. 8 TX Enable Tone Data Table: TONE FREO.8 179. With this option.I 0 Tone Board in the space provided next to the internal speaker. Solder opposite end of wire to J40 1 pin4 on Driver Board. Program ming of tone information is accomplished via dip switches.9 1 14.9 173.0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 Alignment: TX TONE LEVEL (R7). Yel TXTone Out VL TX Enable.8 1 18. TONE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Installation: 1. Audio Amp (PI02-2) Pin farthest from front of unit Monitor Enable Mic Hook-Switch PLIJExciter Bd.4 77. On bottom side of radio. TX Tone Out Tone Programming: Tone selection is accomplished by setting the dip switches on the Tone Board as indicated in Tone Data Table.When the microphone is removed from its bracket this input is removed from ground. A wiring harness for scan and tone options is incorporated in Neutec mobiles to facilitate field installation or exchange. (P2027) I +5 VDC Input/Output Functions: DECODE ENABLE [J901-4) .5 85. MONlTOR ENABLE (J901-6) .6 241.2 192.5 107.8 250. 2.) TX ENABLE (J901-8) .MT-10 CTCSS SINGLE TONE ENCODE/DECODE OPTION (SCHEMATIC ON PAGE 43) General Theory Neutec's MT-10 Single Tone option equips the SM. the radio can encode or decode any of the 38 EIA standard tones.This input provides transmit enable to the tone chip.I0 Interconnect Table: Pin: Function: ~ 9 0 Destination: Grounding junction at volume p o t +5 VCD output from PLL Bd. TX TONE OUT (J90 1-7) .With the transmitter keyed on a tone channel. . 4.1 j Pin closest to front of unit Decode Enable Receiver Bd.7 233.4 100.7 218. Grn Decode Enable.2 110. Blue + 210. 1 Hz) DATA D2 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 0 1 67.5 94. Connect eight pin plug from wiring harness toJ90 1 of MT.7 162. Detector (PI02.0 79.5 Ground.5 91. connect four pin plug from wiring harness to four pin plug provided.1645 series of mobile radiosfor operation inCTCSS environments. For tone channels.[Typically +SO0 Hz deviation.9 186. this input is ignored and audio is allowed to pass only after the proper tone is detected.1 0 Scan Option MT.1 225.

Priority Scan Option. Obtain data D6 and D7 from the Tone Function Table below. WRITE DISABLE (J902-3) . Tx Freq.1645 series of mobile radios for operation inCTCSS environments. this output informs the Scan Board that a tone channel has been selected. 5. decode incoming signals for proper tone. When used. Locate and secure MT-20 Tone Board in the space provided next to the internal speaker on top side of radio. 2.AZ (1902-4.These inputs to the Tone Board set-up the proper addressing of incoming data. TX TONE OUT (J901-7) .When the microphone is removed from its bracket this input is removed from ground.This output is only used on radios equipped with the SC-10. transmit values are: D6=O D 7 = 0 The complete example data appears below. With this option. This data acquaints the tone processor with the programmed tone and options that have been selected. Informadon) D7 03 (Tone lnformatim Installation: 1.Data is allowed to enter into the Tone Board only during periods when the write disable line is in the low state.General Theory Neutec's MT-20 MultiTone option equips the SM.This output is only used on radios equipped with the SC. The Scan Board then extends the sample time to allow for sufficient decode time.) TONE DECODE OUT (J901-8) . When used. receive values are: D6=O D 7 = F Also from the Tone Function Table. this output causes the scanner to halt when the proper tone is detected. the radio can encode or decode any of the 38 EIA standard tonel Tone information is stored in the single EPROM. The upper four bits are tone information and the lower four bits are frequency information. along with frequency data. on the PLL Board.0 MHz. Connect wiring harness eight pin plug to J90 1 of MT-20 Tone Board. Remove green jumper from Receiver Board J1O2 and connect two pin plug from wiring harness. obtain data DO thru DS from the Tone Data Table.1 j . This opens the audio gate. 3. Connect wiring harness six pin plug to J902 of MT-20 Tone Board. this input is ignored and audio is allowed to pass only after the proper tone is detected. DATA IN(J902-2) . eight bits of data. 6) . For tone channels. Tone Programming: CTCSS Encode and Decode information is stored in EPROM IC203. A wiring harness for Scan and Tone Options is incorporated in Neutec mobiles to facilitate field installation or exchange. This action allows the serial data to be clocked into the Tone Board for instruction processing. Any given channel can be p r o grammed to encode the transmitter. or operate in a carrier squelch mode. From the Tone Data Table DO-DS are as follows: DO=l D l = l D2=1 D3=1 D4=1 D5=1 From the Tone Function Table.350 MHz with a CTCSS Encode and Decode tone of 67.This input disables the audio gate on carrier channels until a carrier signal is detected.Incoming memory data from the EPROM is input to the Tone Board at this point The serial data is then latched and fed to the tone chip in a parallel fashion. The first eight bytes are for receive and the second block of eight bytes are for transmit Each byte contains -8- . Priority Scan Option. TONE CHANNEL (J902.10.The programmed CTCSS tone is sent to the exciter via this output (Adjustment allows for proper deviation control. EXAMPLE DATA CHART EPROM ADDRESS DATA LOAD FUNCTION REMARKS Input/Output Functions: DECODE ENABLE (J901-4) . MONITOR ENABLE (J901-6) . When loading an EPROM with the Stand Alone programmer. Tone Function Table: R x Tx Mode D6 07 W D7 0 F 0 F R Decode Only x F F F 0 T Encode Only x F F F F Carrier Squelch 0 F 0 0 Encode & Decode The following example for channel 1 is based on a simplex frequency of 154. AO . allowing the selected channel to be monitored for activity. Each channel assignment consists of 16 bytes or memory locations. 00 01 02 03 04 DO Dl D2 03 W DS D6 07 W 16 10 19 12 10 OC R 16 18 05 06 07 09 0A OB 08 CH I R x Dl D2 D3 W D5 D6 10 10 13 10 OC 14 OC O D OE OF CH 1 . This universal capability enhances the versatile features of the Neutec product line. 4.

PLL Bd.) + 7 TX Tone O u t PLwExciter Bd. Sq.With the transmitter keyed on a tone channel. EPROM (lC203-6) . CKl (J203-2) PLL Bd. Detect (IC103-10) MT-20 Multitone Option Installation Diagram: TOP VIEW 1 I J90 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Ground +5VDC Audio Iln Decode Enable Audio Out Monitor TX Tone Out DecodeOut 4-5 VDC .MT-20 CTCfS MULTITONE ENCODE/DECODE OPTION MT-20 Interconnect Table: Pin: J90 1 1 2 Function: Ground Destination: Grounding junction at volume p o t f 5 VDC output from PLL Bd. (J803-2) Only used with Scan Board option. (P202-7) Receiver Ed. Detector (PI02. EPROM (IQ03-7) 6 A2 PLL Bd. Scan Bd. Alignment: TX TONE LEVEL(R7). EPROM (1QO3-8) 8 Tone Decode Out J902 1 Tone Channel 2 3 4 Data In Write Disable A0 A1 5 PLL Bd. (J803-3) Only used with Scan Board option. Audio Amp (PI02-2) Pin farthest from front of unit Monitor Enable Mic Hook-Switch. (Typically 500 Hz deviation. 3 Audio In Tone Channel Data In Write Disable A0 A1 4 Decode Enable AZ 5 Audio Out 6 Receiver Bd.1 ) Pin closest to front of unit Receiver Bd. adjust R7 for proper sub-audible deviation of the transmitter signal. (J205-1) PLL Bd. (VR202 wiper)* Scan Bd.

If the priority channel is inactive. During priority monitor condition U2 periodically reverts to manual mode to allow the synthesizer to momentarily lock-on to the priority channel.T indicate scan list seleco tion the tone light is illuminated on channels that have been selected active. As channels are deleted the tone light is extinguished. Programming is accomplished by installing jumper J1. SCAN ON/OFF INPUT. or any portion of.I option will a u t e matically stop scanning whenever activity is detected on an enabled channel.1 0 Priority Scanner Option for the SM. the CH/IN light indicates whether the channel is in the scan list. -' PROGRAM . If activity is detected. this feature assures that the priority channel is always monitored .SC-10 PRIORITY SCANNER OITION (SCHEMATIC ON PAGE 47) General Theory The SC..The "Scan" switch applies a ground to the scan enable input This enables the scan mode and allows U2 to pass the clocked artificial channel data. U2 again passes the direct data information as output to the display and synthesizer boards. This disables the scan sequence until the tone is removed. When the scan mode is engaged the data is clocked to artificially advance the channel selection.When the "Priorit)/' switch is closed the priority monitor is enabled.even during activity on non-priority channels. Secondly. When the scan option is disabled the input data is passed to the output via the data bus. Channels are enabled in two methods.1 645 Series of mobile radios allows scanning of all. A "priority-check" monitor constantly samples the priority channel to detect activity. effective operation. programmed channels.D3 INPUTS .Channel selection is input to the O scan board at U2. the SC. The scan sequence will then continue when the carrier is removed.. once the 6 scan list is set the user can delete/add channels via a switch on the front panel. When a carrier is detectedthis line is forced low causing the scan clock to be disabled. these outputs fallow the DO . This jumper may be installed to establish a scanning list for 2 to 1 channels. the scan sequence is halted until the tone is removed. Designed to offer simple.) DECODE INPUT .These outputs control the display logic and synthesizer. CH/IN LIGHT OUTPUT . PRIORI7Y ON/OFF INPUT . Addition or detection of a channel is accomplished by turning the squelch control in to and out of the CH IN/OUT position. When a tone channel is scanned (and a carrier is present) the scan cycle time is increased to allow sufficient time for the tone board to detect tone information. TONE CHANNEL INPUT . . 1 2 IS 1 4 9 8 11 1 0 . Priority channel monitoring is accomplised by activb tion of the priority on/off push button.. (When this input is unused the line should be connected to 4-5volts. If activity is detected the scan sequence is halted until activity concludes. 61T 0 BiT 3 OUTPUTS . This line is forced low whenever a tone channel is scanned. First the initial scan list length is established by ajumper on the scan board. the not decode line is forced low.. DELETE/ADD SWITCH This input is momentarily grounded to toggle the selected channel in or out of the scan list Input/Output Functions: D .When the tone board detects the proper CTCSS tone. CARRIER INPUT The not carrier input enables the scan clock oscillator. - Scan List Length Programming: The SC-1 can be programmed to scan from 2 to 1 6 channels. Whenever the priority channel monitor detects activity on the priority channel. the scan sequence resumes at the previous channel.D3 inputs. . Installthejumper to the program point and the position which directly corresponds to the maximum desired channel number. the scanner will immediately revert to the priority channel and maintain that channel until activity is concluded. these outputs are artificially advanced by the scan clock circuitry.. Upon scan activation. If the proper tone is detected by the tone board.The not tone line is input from the tone board (TS-2). - . 'When the scan mode is off.

Connect wiring harness six pin plug to Scan Board J902. 5 VDC output from PLL Board (J202-7) Ground lead from PLL Board (J202-2) Ground J902 Dl D2 D3 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 SCAN BOARD 8 J902 1 2 3 4 In List LED Priority Sw.Installation: 1. Connect wiring harness four pin plug to Scan Board J90 1. A wiring harness for Scan and Tone Options is incorporated in Neutec mobiles t o facilitate field installation or exchange. Locate and secure SC-10 Scan Board in the space provided on bottom side of radio. 1 Priority Enable SW Tone Channel Decode Carrier 5 6 4-5 VDC Ground + Receiver Board IC 1 03 pin 8 2 Decode MultiTone Board (J901 pin 8 ) * 3 Tone Chan. must be connected to 4-5 VDC. J90 1 should be connected to +5 VDC. [I. 2.1 0 Priority Scanner Board Installation Diagram: Channel Selector 1 PLL & Display Board Scan Board Interconnect Table: Pin: J903 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CH IN/OUT SW +s VDC Function: DO Destination: Channel Selector Channel Selector Channel Selector Channel Selector Orange/White wire from channel selector Red/White wire from channel selector Brown/ White wire from channel selector Black/White wire from channel selector Amber Tone Light cathode Priority Switch (center contact) Scan Switch (top contact) Switch contact at back of Squelch Sw. 3. SC. J90 1 i Carrier . Scan On/Off Delete Sw. MultiTone Board (J902 pin 1 )** 4 Priority S . w Priority Switch (top contact) Notes: *I. J90 1 is unused. **2. For units without MultiTone. 4. If MT-20 Multi Tone Board is not installed B03 pin 3. Removejumper from wiring harness eight pin plug and connect eight pin plug to Scan Board J903. tone channel. For units without MultiTone.

35 MHz 33P CH 33P CH 33P CH 33P CH 33P CH 25P CH 25P CH 35 .50 MHz Receiver C-101 C-105 C-110 C-1 13 C-1 16 C-120 C-123 30 .40 MHz 33P CH 33P CH 33P CH 33P CH 33P CH 2OP CH 2OP CH 40 .45 MHz 33P CH 25P CH 25P CH 2SP C H 25P CH 15PCH 15PCH 45 50 MHz 20P CH 2OP CH 2OP CH 2OP CH 2OP CH 12P CH 12PCH - PLL & Exciter Driver & APC I I - 4.7 ohms % W 2 0 ohms 2 W - 10KSW I 10 0 ohms 2 W 82KSW I Power Amplifier 1SOP C H 300P SL 300P SL 300P SL 1OOP C H 1PCH 36P C H 3P CH 39P CH 5P CH 5P CH 39P CH 3P CH 36P CH lPCH .Parts Variation vs Frequency Chart 30 .

1 Shunt a 220 ohm % watt resistor between C402 input side and ground. *Note 2. Shunt a 30pF ceramic capacitator between the collector of 0 5 0 1 and ground.174 MHz The following components should be changed to the indicated values when the frequency spread is other than 1 48. Nore 2. Receiver Cl02 C104 C109 Cll2 Cl 15 Cl2l C124 Driver & APC C40 1 C403 C407 C411 others Power Amplifier C506 C507 others 138 148 MHz - 148 165 MHz - 160. not used not used 2OpF cer. not used not used not used not used *Note 1. 1 pF cer. not used not used *Note 1. not used not used Note. .174 MHz 4pF cer.Parts Variation vs Frequency Chart 138. not used not used 39pF cer.1 65 MHz.

to the antenna connector. Connect a SINAD meter to the external speakerjack on the rear of the radio.) Adjust the RX VCO (L201) for about 4 V DC while on a channel which is approximately in the center of the desired frequency range.2 volt range during vibration or movement. (NOTE: It is important that the VCO coils be adjusted carefully and with the proper tuning tool to avoid damaging the core. which is located next to the shielded area (VCOs)on the synthesizer/exciter board. follow the SINAD method described above for front-end tuning. although not usually necessary. can be set by connecting a high sensitivity frequency counter to test point CPlOl on the RX PCB and adjusting CVlOl for 21.3 Khz deviation. adjust mike gain potentiometer VR2Ol for proper deviation while holding the microphone at the desired speaking distance. IF coils L108 through Lll2 come properly tuned from1 the factory. ~djust'the reference oscillator trimmer VC2Ol for the correct carrier frequency at the selected channel. connect a signal generator modulated by a 1 Khz tone set for 3. and adjust the driver's input and output tuning capacitors. Transmitter Begin transmitter alignment by setting VR401 to its full clockwise position.145 MHz.5 V DC on the highest. CP2Ol is to the right of the coils. It is also important that the friction locking rubber piece inserted between the core and the coil be in place to eliminate the possibility of the VCO falling outside the 1. (VC401. set deviation to 4. Connect a high impedance voltmeter to test point CPZOI.8 Khz by adjusting VR202 (located on the P U board at the end opposite the synthesizer and the PROM ICsJ. To the antenna connector. VC50 1 and VC502 for maximum output power. Then transmit on a frequency that is near the center of the radio's assigned frequency range. . VC402) for maximum output.) After adjusting the RX VCO. Readjust I201 to obtain no less than 1. It is not advisable to tamper with the tuning. VC402.A shield. Readjust coils as necessary for proper receiver response over the operating range. After adjusting transmitter to maximum power. The 2nd local oscillator. Adjust: LlOl through L107 for best SINAD while maintaining the output of the generator close to the 12 dB point.Next. Alternate tuning VC40 1. you will see the R X VCO coil on your left and the TX VCO coil on your right within the VCO shielded area.0 to 7.VCO Connect a wattmeter and a dummy load of suitable dissipatior. ) While modulating the transmitter. activate the transmitter and adjust the T VCO coil (1202) in the same X manner. If it becomes necessary. adjust VR40 1 counter-clockwise until power drops slightly. (NOTE: With the PLL/exci ter board upright and while facing the front of the radio. .0 V DC on the lowest operating frequency and no more than 7. Turn squelch control fully cownterclockwise. N o w adjust the input and the output tuning capacitors for the final stage (VC501 and VCSOZ) for maximum output These can be reached through holes on the final P. however.8 VDC at 10 amps and heavy power cables. (Note: To ensure proper power output use a power supply capable of supplying 13. Receiver Select a channel on the approximate center of the desired operating range.

Top View

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TUNING POINTS

Bottom View

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TROUBLESHOOTING AND 'SUGGESTEDTEST EQUIPMENT
It is recommended that maintenance of the radio be done at the board exchange level. Service facilities can take maximum advantage of the board exchange program by stocking a set of replacement boards and by returning defective boards to the factory. The transceiver is composed of fiw boards that contain all of the circuitry. Any malfunction should be isolated to a board and verified by an exchange. The five boards are: PLL Synthesizer/TX Exciter Receiver RF driver RF power output Display Except for the Display and RF P.A., these boards can be removed and replaced with a screwdriver and some care.

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General The PLL Synthesizer/TX exciter board contains the modulator, RX and TX VCO, TX predrivers and synthesizer circuits. As such, a receive malfunction could be an R VCO problem on the PU board. Proper X VCO operation can easily be verified by checking for 1.0 to 7.2 volts at the VCO test point CP201. If
Test Instrument DC Power Supply

the R VCO is operating, then most R malfunctions X X would be a result of a problem on the receive board. Transmitter malfunctionscould be on any one of three boards. As with the receiver, the first place to check would be the TX VCO voltage at CP2Ol while in the TX mode. If this voltage is correct, the problem could be in the predriver, driver or power amplifier stages. To isolatea transmitter problem, first check the power supply current during transmit. As the driver draws approximately 2 amps, failure of the final stage would show some increase in current during transmit (about 2 amps more than while receiving). Little change in current between TX and RX would indicate problems in the predriven (PLL board) or driver (assumingthe TX VCO was operational, which should be the first test). An additional test could be made with an RF probe or an RF voltmeter at the input to the driver stage (about 5 volts RMS should be present here). Output of driver stage should be 8.0 or more wical,. Modular construction of the transceiver was intended to simplify servicing at your facility as this can be a hidden cost associated with other transceivers where troubleshooting must be pursued to the component level.
Suggested Type
Astron RS-12

Required Specifications
Voltage: 13.8 VDC Current: 1 Amps Cont. 0 Frequency 136-1 74 MHz Powec 0-100 Watts Impedance: 50 Ohms
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RF Watt Meter

Bird Model 43 With 10 C Element

RF Dummy Load
DC Voltmeter

Impedance: 50 Ohms Power 50 W Range: 0-15 V DC Input Resistance 10 Meg Ohm Range: 3 mV-I0 V Range: 0-5 KHz

Bird Model 8085 or Model 8341-200 Simpson 260 and Data Precision 1351 Leader LMV 181 A Marconi TF 2304 HP 5383 A or Data Precision 5000-TB8 Wawtek 3005

AC Voltmeter Deviation Meter Frequency Counter

+/- Deviation Capability
Range: 136-174 MHz Accuracy: +2 ppm/yr Range: 136-174 MHz Level: 0.1-1000 uv Modulation: InternaVExternal Deviation: 0-5 kHz Impedance: 8 Ohm Power: 7.5 Watts Min. With Switch Selectable Int. 8 Ohm Speaker

RF Signal Generator

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Speaker Load

Shop Fabricated

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Dl04 0 108 BUSY LT SW - NOISE AMP NOISE DET SCHMITT TRIGGER AF SWITCH . 2nd IF FILTER I RX VCO NEUTEC COMMUNICATIONS INC. IC103 . SM-1645 MOBILE RECEIVER BOARD I IC101 2nd IF/ DETECTOR IC102 VOL CONTROL I ' IC104 AF OUT I IC102 SO CONTROL I 1C103 0107 .0101 r 0102 1 0104 1st IF FILTER 1st IF . 0106 2nd MIXER ANT INPUT (From Final PCB) - RF AMP 1st MIXER AMP .

4 0-15 1 . 16 7 3 I - 4 .El SL2271 LSD - INDICATOR .BLOCK DIAGRAM NEUTEC COMMUNICATIONS INC. SM-1645 MOBILE DISPLAY BOARD 0601 25'22724 TO PLL LED DRIVER L I I D604 MSD + 4 CH SW I IC601 74LS283 I I IC602 74185 BINARY TO BCD I IC603 74LS47 BCD TO 7SEGMENT ' BINARY CODE I-.

P.NEUTEC COMMUNICATIONS INC.A.~~- ~ RF IN (low) 7 _ RF PWR AMP A A PIN DIODE SW L. PCB ~ ~ .F.5W) PTT TX RF 8+ DET TO P. SM-1645 MOBILE DRIVER BOARD DRIVER (0. ANT Bt TX B+ ' PWR DETECTOR I TO PWR CONTROL CKT D5W D510 FINAL PWR AMP BOARD .

LAYOUT PLL/MCIT€R BOARD PCB 83054-2A .22 - .

SCHEMATIC PLL/EXCITER BOARD .

LAYOUT PLL/EXCIT€R BOARD PCB 83054-2A .24 - .

SCHEMATIC PLWEXCITER BOARD 136 174 MHz - .

LAYOUT RECEIVER BOARD PCB 83054-2A -26- .

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LAYOUT RECEIVER BOARD .

29- .SCHEMATIC RECEIVER BOARD 136 174 MHz - 8201-4-IA .

LAYOUT FINAL POWER AMP BOARD PCB 82014-5A -30- .

l 0 - S L l 0 0 P He' C507 dT FT502 1OOOP 10..01 wh C506 !g 2 .FT501 1OOOP 9 0.911 R509 200 1W ~530- .01 C510 X E pxzg - SL300P C H l -100P +l -+ C511 O O P ~ ~ ' 3 VC502 \'.001 *+ w C535 = a C508 C509 3000-25 r 0.01 m 0 P P 0 J R506 1K 0. R502 1000 2 W CH501 3.9rr CH502 3./16 $ 0.9!t C532 470Q 3.

LAYOUT FINAL POWER A M P BOARD .

SCHEMATIC FINAL POWER A M P BOARD 136.174 MHz PCB 8201-4-SA -33- .

LAYOUT DRIVER BOARD PCB 820144A -34- .

50 MHz LOW BAND DRIVER & APC A M P t 13 6 V For TX ANTSW P T T PWR M T G .SCHEMATIC DRIVER BOARD 30 .

LAYOUT DRIVER BOARD PCB 820144A -36- .

4 A PTT POWER DET GND .SCHEMATIC DRIVER BOARD 136 174 MHz - TX Driver & APC Board Schem.4 . PCB 8 2 0 1 .

LAYOUT DISPLAY BOARD PCB 8201-4-8 -38- .

SCHEMATIC DISPLAY BOARD .

LAYOUT RECEIVER/PLL BOARD .

SCHEMATlC RECENER PLL/REPEAT€R CONTROL .

LAYOUT SINGLE TONE BOARD .

~1o2dfi9733 .Tlr.i.h # ~ T ~ F + ~ ~ o ~ I ~ Y D C . O= 680.+5 8730 on 0930 OTONE DECODE 0 P .

LAYOUT MULTJTONE BOARD .

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LAYOUT SCAN BOARD .

SCHEMATIC SCAN BOARD .

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w Resistor I/. w Resistor I/.REF I/. w Resistor 1 w Metal Film 1 w Metal Film w Resistor w Resistor 1/I w Resistor 1/4 w Resistor % w Resistor C201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Tantalum capacitor w w 1. w Resistor w Resistor I/. w 1. w Resistor 1/. i C233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 26 1 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 . w ! I/. w .022pF SL 1O P O 33uF 16V Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor C231A Ceramic capacitor C225A C264A . w ! I/. w Resistor 11. TYPE DESCRIPTION PART# I -- - - - - -- - REF TYPE Tantalum capacitor Tantalum capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Mylar Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Mylar Mylar Mylar Mylar Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor PART # Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor I/.

3K 15K 2.7~ 16V .Olp CH 82P lop l 6 V CH 24P .047p .RECEIVER PCB PARTS LIST -- REF TYPE DESCRIPTION PART X REF TYPE DESCRIPTION PART # QlOl 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor C101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 1O K 33K 220K K 1O 100 3.047p lop l 6 V .7.Olp .Olp CH 47P CH lOOP CH lOOP .5P CH 6P CH 2P .5P CH 2P CH 4P .01p .5P CH 2P CH 6P SL 0.01p .047p .01p .UF .OlpF CH 2P CH 3P SL 0.7K 1O K Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode RlOl 102 103 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 143 144 Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor CH 8P CH 2P CH 1P CH 2P CH 6P .Glp .2 220 1 4.Olp CH l P SL l o o p .01p 4.OOlpF .01p .Ol.~16V 4.01p .Olp SL l o o p CH 6P CH 2P SL 0.

1033 02-1033 02-2223 02-1033 02-1030 02-1020 02-4748 02-1030 02-1030 02-1020 02-1030 02-1 058 02-1 058 02-1 058 02-1 058 02-1020 02-4748 C181 Ceramic capacitor 182 Ceramic capacitor 183 Ceramic capacitor L l 01 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils Coils .01.3V 1~ 1OOp 25V 02-1066 02-4748 02-1045 02-2275 02-1 043 02-1077 02-2276 02-1020 02-1020 02-1020 02-1020 02-1020 CN101 102 J101 102 CHlOl 102 103 104 102 103 220p 16V . 02-1020 02-1020 02-1020 23-1001 23-1002 23-1 003 23-1 003 23-1004 23-1 005 23-1 006 23-1 007 23-1008 23-1009 -23-2169 23-2169 22-2000 21-5030 12-0001 13-0001 13-0002 13-0003 35-0001 35-0001 36-0001 36-0001 03-1020 03-1020 03-1020 03-2210 65-0001 66-1500 .~ 002& 0.A.001p .01~ 0.01~ 0.OOlp .01~ 0.OOlp .47p 50V .~ H AF P.0047~ 0.Olp 1p50V 1p 50V 1p 50V 1p 50V .001p .OOlp .001p .REF C149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 178 179 180 TYPE DESCRIPTION PART X REF TYPE DESCRIPTION PART # Mylar film capacitor Mylar film capaciior Mylar film capacitor Mylar film capacitor Mylar film capacitor Mylar film capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Tantalun capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Mylar film capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor .001p .6 MHz LFB20 (8) 4550 Minipin Jack VI Minipin Jack VI R413614 R41 3614 1mH 1mH 1mH 220.01p 6.47p 50V CV101 Variable capacitor VRlOl XI01 F101 Variable Resistor X'tal X'tal Filter Ceramic Filter Ceramic Discriminator RF Connector RF Connector Connector Connector Ferri Inductor Ferri Inductor Ferri Inductor Ferri Inductor Heat sink 15 mm Can lop l 6 V .145 MHz HC18/u 21 M15C (8C) 21.47p 50V .OOlp .Olp 02-4723 02-4723 02.001p .3V 220p 6.0047p .OOlp AK-01 AK-02 AK-03 AK-03 AK-04 AK-05 AK-06 AK-07 AK-08 AK-09 BH169E BH169E 20P 50K 21.001p .Olp .

01p .OOlp .75PF CVOl C450 CVOl C450 35D46 lPH 1PH 1PH HF 3LR35J AK-15 AK-16 AK-17 AK-18 AK-19 FBl 01 23-8335 23-1015 23-101 6 23-1017 23-1018 23-1019 67-0001 .PARTS LIST REF Q501 502 TYPE DESCRIPTION PAM# REF R515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 53 1 532 533 534 535 VC501 502 TH501 CH501 502 503 L501 502 503 504 505 506 F.01 SL .OOlp(M) . capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Feed-Through Feed-Throug h Feed-Through Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Variable capacitor Variable capacitor Thermisistor Ferri Inductor Ferri Inductor Ferri lnductor Coil Coil Coil Coil Coil Coil Ferrite Beads SL 1O P O SL loop .O1 .Olp .Olp CH 20P CH 2P CH 30P CH 9P CH 24P CH 6P CH 15P .001p .001p(M) . - TYPE DESCRIPTION - PART # Transistor Transistor Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Zener Diode Diode Diode Diode R501 l/s w Carbon Resistor 502 2 w Metal Film 503 '/4 w Carbon Resistor 504 w Carbon Resistor 505 lh w Carbon Resistor 506 '/4 w Carbon Resistor 508 l/s w Carbon Resistor w Carbon Resistor 509 1 w Metal Film 510 Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor D.M. capacitor D.001p .M.OOl/l .B.

Carbon Resistor I/.OlpF 02-1501 02-1 501 02-2001 02-6201 02.PARTS LIST REF TYPE Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor DESCRIPTION 2SC2539 2SB596 2SA695 2SC2724 2SC2724 2SA999 PART # REF TYPE Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Electrolytic capacitor VC401 VC402 VR401 0 DESCRIPTION PART # LED Diode Diode 2W Metal Film Carbon Resistor I/. Carbon Resistor Carbon Resistor I/.5mm Connector F-B Ferrite Beads .2K 3.3K 1O K 1O K CH 15P CH 15P CH 20P CH 62P . Carbon Resistor I/. Carbon Resistor I/.3K 3.7n 3.3K 2. Carbon Resistor I/.1030 Variable capacitor Variable capacitor Variable resistor Coil RF Connector L401 CN401 C401 402 403 404 405 Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Ceramic capacitor Mini Pin Jack A1 35-0001 R413614 FBI01 36-0001 67-0001 J401 2. GL-9NR2 IS1588 181588 56Cl I oon ion 4. Carbon Resistor '/. Carbon Resistor I/.

10K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K .1030 C601 Ceramic capacitor CHASSIS COMPONENTS PARIS LlST REF TYPE DESCRIPTION PART % REF TYPE DESCRIPTION PART # S703 VR701 702 CN701702 J701 702 Channel SW Volume Pot Squelch Pot Mic Connector Ant Connector Ext Sp Jack (3.DISPLAY PCB PARTS LlST REF TYPE DESCRIPTION PART # REF TYPE DESCRIPTION PART # IC601 602 603 (2601 D601 602 603 604 A601 601 602 603 604 . IC IC IC Transistor Diode Diode Diode Diode '/e w Carbon Resistor '/a w Carbon Resistor '/s w Carbon Resistor '/a w Carbon Resistor '/e w Carbon Resistor 74LS283 74185 74LS47 2SC2724 GL-9NY2 GL-9NR2 GL-9NG2 SL-2271 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 07-4283 07-4185 07-7447 042724 14-0004 14-0002 14-0005 14-2271 01-1025 01-1025 01-1025 01-1025 01-1025 A605 '14 w Carbon Resistor 606 '14 w Carbon Resistor 607 '/.OlpF 01-1030 01-1020 01-1 020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 01-1020 02.5mm) Power Jack 20K 20K 91-0003 91-0001 91-0001 91-0002 91-0006 91-0005 91-0004 R701 1W Metal Film ion SL lOOPF SL lOOP SL lOOP 01-1002 02-1012 02-1012 02-1012 C701 Ceramic capacitor 702 Ceramic capacitor 703 Ceramic capacitor . w Carbon Resistor 608 '14 w Carbon Resistor 609 w Carbon Resistor 610 '/4 w Carbon Resistor 611 1 w Carbon Resistor 4 ' 612 'h w Carbon Resistor 613 '14 w Carbon Resistor 614 '/. w Carbon Resistor 615 114 w Carbon Resistor 616 '14 w Carbon Resistor 617 '14 w Carbon Resistor '/.

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