Manual do Usuario Tyt th f8 VHF

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Manual do Usuario Tyt th f8 VHF

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  2. 2. Welcome to use 7_ V7' two-way radio N”, _. ,._. _-, y “Wuíuj war Marin Furnctlons Srlngle banq. dual display. dual sta_n_dby Nirirband ¡gdependont opetauon 2x12!! qagpnell; s-s; l;›-c; gre-ávzptzl'cícanníng Fumê» anéis . s. A T' ' Wíçirg/ Narrorya baA A _ VOX 0-9 gradç ; mag Chinesa/ Emily¡ voioq prompt CTCSSDCS and scanning 17§DHz ! ong AN! function Srhoncul menu operation mode Emrgency anfen DTMF and yermtg sjpq/ klll/ acuvate (optionai) 8 groups Mscvambbr. 215 Ione. tomou sum! lulvamlvate (oplkanal) 77 7' TH›F8
  3. 3. l I BOLTELTS usmc TIPS ------------------------------------ " " " ' ^ UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT -------------- " l Supplíed llems """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" ' ' CHARGING BATTERY PACK ~ " 2 3 J 5 Chargmg prepam-¡On _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . , . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . « « - - › - - - . - - - - - - - ~ - ~ - -« 5 Charging Operaliún - ~ - - - - - ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' “ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ” ' ' ' ' ' ” ' 7 8 9 INSTALLATION OF ACCESSORIES v Installation ot Battery Pack - ^ - ' - ' ' ' ' Antenna lnstallation~ Installing Belt Clip ------------ -- Installing External Micro/ Speaker - Wrist Strap Installation ----------------------------- " GETTING FAMILIAR ---------------------------- ~ Radio Illustration ~ - ' ' > ' ' ' ' ' ' LCD Display - › - › - - - - - ' ' ' " ' ' Keypad Functions-- - › ~ V V - - -r - MODEL VERSION - - - - - - ~- WORKING MODE ri - Frequency MOdt' (VI-t l) FrGqtIenCy-Cltzittm I Nltti" (Mlil Channel Modt- (CH)- FM Radio Morin' MENU Modu- Resel Mode ----------------------------------------------------------------- -~ 21 SET MENU MODE -------------------------------------------------- -- 22 SHORTCUT MENU OPERATION -------------------------------- -- - 24 DETAILED FUNCTION DESCRIPTION """ *'30 Scan & Scan Mode setting - - - - - - › - - - › - › - - - - - - - - - - -- 30 Priority Transmit ------- - - - -v 31 VOX Level 8. VOX SwIIch~ -- 31 TX Power setting - - - - - › - . - « A - - - - - - - - - - ~ . . - -- 32 Squelch Amustment - . - - . . V . . - - - - - - . . - . . - - - . - - - - - - - - ~ . . 32 Dual WaitJStandby -------------- ›- - 32 LED Display Mode - -- - 33 Background Light Color ~- 33 Keypad Beeper setting ~ ~ ~~ 33 Automatic Number Identity - ' 33 Transmttter Time-Out Timer» Busy Channel Lock-Out -- Transmlt Over Beuper -- --------------- -- 34 Dual Watch/ Monitor - - - - ' < - ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - v- - 35 Recoive Saver ---------------- -- - 35 Auto Keypad Lock -› 4- 35 voice Prompt - - v › › - - - - - - - › - - - - - - - › - - - › - - - - ~ - - › 35 Power-on Display setting ------------------- -- 36 Repeater Shift setting --------- › - - 36 Display Channel Name ------------------------------------------------------ ~ - 37
  4. 4. Tone : :oder 8- Tone Search scanning & Tone calling- - - ›- - - 37 VFO Step setting - - - - - - ~ - - - - - › ~ - › ~ - - › - - - ~ - - - - - - - › › - - - - - - - -v 40 WideiNarrow Band Selecting- - 40 Voice Mode and Scramtler- -- - - - - - - -- «H ADVANCED FUNCTIONS- - -------------------------- -- 42 PTT ID setting ----------- - « Emergency Alert-- ~ 43 Keypad Lock setting- ~ Reverse Frequency- Tone Calling (1750Hz)- ---------------------- -- 44 Channel Slorage/ Delete- - 44 FM Radio Function ~ - ~ - - 46 Vime Clone ---------------------------- ~~ - 47 OPTIONAL SIGNALINGS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~- - 50 DTMF Part ------------ ~- › 51 MSK Part~ - 52 Z-Tone Partn - 54 s-TonePart ----- -- › ------------------------ ~-56 REMOTE KILL. STUN, ACTIVATE AND REVIVE ------------------------ -- 59 TECHNICAL PARAMETERS ------------------ » ~- . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V . . . .
  5. 5. USING TIPS Please read the foltoivitng brief instructions. non-compliance with these mtu may cause danger or vlolate the law. I Obey the local government regulatlon before using this radio. improper use may vlolate the law and be punished. I Tum off the radio before entering llamnnbleor explosiva areas. I Do not charge prol-tange thehottqy in flammalale orgexplosive areas. I Turn ol! the radio hetero getting douto the blasting zone or detonator areas. I Do not use radio whosonnlerljn bdamàged, Iaichlm ol damaged antenna will cause heat injury. A l Do nal attempt to open the radio: the maintenance work should be done by technical expert only. I To avoid troubles caused by electromagnatic interference or electromagnetlc compatibility, please tum of! the radio in places where have the banner 'Do not use wireless equipment”. such as hospital and other hoallhcare places. I In the car with an airbag. do not put the radio within the scope ol the airbag deployment. I Do not store the radio under the direct sunshine or In hot areas. I When you transmit with lho raclp. di: keep ! away from its antenna tor 5cm at least. I I! the radlóappears smelly or smbkei please shut off lts power lmmediately and contact with your local dealer. I Do not transmit too long. tor the radio may heat and hurt the user. Ill v. UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT Welcome to use TW' Tl-Hís transcelver. Please check i! any damage to the package when your receive lt. Carefulty unpack the transoeiver. We recommend thai you check the Items listed In the lollwiing table. ll any items are missing or damaged during shipmant, please contact with your local dealer lmmediately. Supplied Items: ü ; tanto @ Tl-t-Fa Bodyh) Aritennall) LI-ion battery (1) Power Adapterll) Chargertt) Íwfv wmàsl › Hendstrap (1) Bell Clip ( 1) Verification (1) Usefs Manual (1) Note: The antenna frequency range please relers to the annular label at the bottom ol antenna
  6. 6. CHAkulNG BA¡ TERY PACK INSTALLATIGN OF AÇÇESSORIES CHARGING BATTERY PACK Charging Pracaution The supplied battery pack of TH-Fa is a high-performance Ll-lçn battery with 1.4V standard vottageJôoornAh high cap t ot package. Under normal use. the battery pack may be used for i e cyclas and more. alter which operating time maybe expected to decrea ha ack which is dispiaying capacity which nas become d¡m pack with a new one. Please use TW designated battery; other batteries can cause explosion and hurt people. Notice: l Please do not shortcircuit me battery terminais or expose of in Iene. Do not drsassembie the battery unautttonzed, I Charge the battery between temperatura O C and 45 C . Tha battery can not be normatly dtatged beyond this temperatura range. I Please tum off the vensceiver when you charge lt. Transmitting with the ! ranscelver ln charge wii! aflect its nonnat charge. I Do noi unplug the Power Adapter or battery when it is charged. I lt the battery pack Iasts shortiy even tt ls full ol power. it shows that the battery is depleied. please change tha battery pack. I Please do not charge when the battery or the radio is wet Please dry lt with a cloth before charging to avoid any danger. Wamlng: When the wnductive metais such as jeweiery, key or decorativa chatos touch the _ II
  7. 7. battery terminais. all the batteríes are likely to cause damage to the items or personal injury. These conductiva ntehtsmaybrm e shot! dvcuil and generates much heat. Do deal with any bltefy ceremlty. upa-daily when pull htc pocket, wellet or other metattic containers. ' Charglng Operation After installlng the battery pack. i1 the battery icon shows C J. it means that the battery pack Is out of power, Please charge it. Indicator light of Charger wi| I show charging condition Ii›: ,i~. ... .i›_. r uiípldy sailmr. Charm: a completed Battery Tips: n The battery is not fully charged in factory. please charge before using it. u Charge and dlscharge the battery for two or three times. the battery capacity wbtl reach the best condition. When the battery capacity Is low, please charge or change the battery. u The battery lasts shottly even il It Is Mly changed, Uta battaty t: depleted. please contact your local dealer to buy a new authentic TYT battery. INSTALLATION OF ACCESSORIES Installation ot Battery Pack 1) Ft! the supmied battery pack into he better pack trough. then aids it toward the head to insert it completety-»in direction of arrowhead 0. 2) Push the battery pack lock to release m¡ battery pack andvsldo it toward the bottom to remove it out-In direction of arrowhead o.
  8. 8. Antenna Installation The suppiled antenna provides good results over VHF or UHF rango oi Inn Iransceiver you need. Horwever. tor enhanced base station medium-wave and shonwave roception. you may wish to connect an extemai antenna, as the supplied antenna is very small and can't be expected to provide high performance at these frequencias. The antenna has 4 different frequency bands. To install the suppiied antenna. hold the bottom end oi the antenna, then screw lt onto the connector on the trenscelver uniii rt rs snug. Do not over-tighten by use of extreme force. Picture 3 To Uninstall the antenna. hold the bottom end oi it and turn it counlerciockwise to remove it. Picture 4 *i-: tes rn New-r Vans “ t w ihnut ! não vg : n arizona . ,-¡ ? oww . I When rstai ngtnt- a. i:: ;'! (›a: In'r'1'E-'1'|3_ : temer hcid the upper par'. o' : hr ; zrwrma M116 _ cn i'm g tum» me UDFPPL na; th: (m. m5¡ Mw' uv yot. m. , 5 Installlng Belt Clip Align the two holds of bell clip and the two holes ot the radios. ñx them with the suppiied M2.5x5 screws. Loosan the screw set to remove bett clip. Picture 5, Picture 6
  9. 9. lnsteiling External Micro/ Speaker Open tha cover oi the Mio/ speaker jack and insert the microphonelspeaker plugs irao the Jack. Picture 7 set c' i. " 11:11h” Note: : Usrgttumtrvoa": v. 1 : direct 're watv-Lq o' radio. e Ii tha external headset is not workntxn. transe . nc-: s,. -:"a'nw1uc(- use the headset case Wrist Strap Installation wear strap through the hole on the bad( oi radio Picture B US' T: Í
  10. 10. RADIO ILLUSTRATION ~ ANTENNAÊ- * Comeu me suponod ' antenas here í BUSY/ TX -7 dur ng recem: and ! ums red curmg xmnsw' L' emergency a arm MIC The : moram rn-croprone is Iocaxed here The Indmaãov (ums green m POWERNOLUME DIAL 7 Thza control logg| e Ina l'.1n$cu: vev's power crio" and asus! the audio volume Ievet SPEAKER Tha ¡Memal speaker ! s J IOF d here sí -Ê- KEYBOARD These IB keys select the Dbevatwng Vealutcs 0'¡ ! hu TH-FB The 'unctzan ol me km : m: dcscrvbud . n detazls m pages l$&17 »í CALL - ropeahzr access and trauma DTMF ard 2151000 slgnaíing, í PTT Press ! l m hansmí: and mease u (o receive ane¡ you lransmíssion is completed. ~ Actvates T-CALL(175DH1j'o' ' MONI Press mts key d salina Me noise swebhãvg action a ío-Mng you Io hear very week signats nea' the ba( k-grou nd noisc level. MIC/ SP - Tha ¡ack pzovldes connecbon potnrs ! or mscrophcne audlo. earphone sumo. speaker and program cable. ll¡
  11. 11. LCD DISPLAY Icons You wiII see various Icons shown on the screen whsn power on. The following table can '4 help you idenllfy icons' meaning which display on LCD. Q k a Tm] tmmxo-meoanzt-E L Il? ?? n. Imã? ?? cr Icons nl__›, lÍpÍ¡Dl1ÚTÍHHCIIOHS u: Ynll Opoutsg band signal 6. power meler " L Low Tx powlr activa 7' o Dual watch/ naum activo '"" S RX power save amlve ¡ A vox vox active E : s +- Repealer shift direction * 35 ^ 1 R Revarsas the lransmit and receive frequency active 'B8 N Narrow band mode acllve A B Keypad lock aciive . N¡ x Doscriplion of ¡Lmctions Squelch active Boop tone active Rocelva sing D or MSG Sacmuer mm Bancty power ¡ndnabr CTCSS decoder active DCS decoder acüve 5 Tone signallng activa 2 Tone slgnaiing active DTMF slgnaling active Operating A band indicalor Oparallng B band Indicator Frequency manussa indicate( Channel numbàr/ Mem Items number ¡ndicalot Busy channel indicalor Channel scanned available under CH mode
  12. 12. KEYPAD FUNCTIONS 5¡ . ..i f¡ iwíqÊi-ew; à' . x I . t lr . Press Enter menu Switch the Upper menu Lower menu Switch VFO key mode/ confirm Aor B item, channel item. channel mode and the setting frequency or frequency or frequency MR mode/ exit lo be the the setting '0perat7ng” Band Press and Enter reset No action Switch CH No action No action turn on the mode mode and radio VFO mode pintei¡ mu¡ Frequency/ Channel No. entry "1' Enter scan item [ : v- l' Frequency/ Channel No. entry '2' Enter priority TX mode item Êta: - r | | Frequency/ Frequency¡ Channel No. Channel No. entry “3" entry '4" ' Frequency¡ Channel No. entry "5' level item _L_ Enter squelch level item Press key [GP A Press key Frequency! Channel No, entry "G" Enter dual wait/ standby item HA : Ii i l Lett cursor position when editing channel name r . L jpg! ) 1 9-1¡ : :gui Frequency/ Frequency/ Frequency¡ Frequency¡ Channel No. Channel No. Channel No. Channel No. entry '“7' entry "B" entry '9" entry “O” Enter LED item Enter cclor Enter beep Enter ANl item . tem item '--~ll 2 547w¡ ' . ; . l A 1 l Right cursor Enter or exit position FM radio when editing mode channel name Press and hold key to start keypad lock, Press and Press [ a ] + hold key to [na ] to start start reverse emergency frequency alert I| 'I
  13. 13. MODEL VERSION TH-FB has 3 versions in total: 1) Simple version 2) DTMF version 3) 5T&2T versoon Sal Menu 20* Power-on Display OFF, you vull ñnd your TH-FB model version information when you switch the transcewer power on_ DTMF and 2X5 TONE versnon MN be vam remote kdllslLnn/ achvmelrewve funchon. Only 215 TONE version will ba with 8 groups of scrammer function, Please choose lhe ngm TH-FB model type when you use software to program n. If not. ll will affscl some functions operation. Detail picasa seu picture as below: *éâldgl j] Model Type: G SIMPLE t” omr r" 2Tone/5Tone H!
  14. 14. WORKING MODE 1) Frequency Mode (VFO) Under this mode, you can use [ ] I i à ] Key to change the frequency or input lhe frequency by keypad directly and store channels. 2) Frequency-Channel Mode (MR) When you have stored a memory channel at least and under VFO mode. press [ _ 1 key to enter MR mode. The frequency wlII be indicated on the rieriay and the channel No. will be indicated at me right side. If the transoeiver dfeofey name option h ON um channel name edited. It will show the name of the ctrannel. Please see Snortcut Menu Operation Item 238824. Page 37. 3) Channel Mode (CH) When you have stored a memory channel al least, press [ ] key and switch power on the radio, enter CH mode. Channel No. wi| I be indicated on the display and if the transoelver display mode oplon lt ON. lt will : bw the name ot the channel. Please see Shortcut Menu Operation Item 238.24. Page 37. 4) FM Radio Mode TH~FB provides frequency 70.00-108.00MHz FM radio. Under this mode, you can choose FM frequency you need directly. Scan frequency range and store your favorite channels. Press [ _ ]fo enter and exit FM radio mode. Ill ne 5) MENU Mode Press [ ) key to enter MENU mode. there are 34 Items ln total. Please see SET MENU MODE. Page 22 6) Reset Mode Press( ] key and switch the power on t¡ 'enter Regal mode. then press [E 1 key to enter. 1. [ ]or [ ] key to select VFO/ FULL, 2. VFO: initialíze all setting under frequency mode. 3. FULL: lnltfatize nl setting mder tequancy and memory mode. cl! !
  15. 15. SET MENU MODE - Ma¡ kliillilqfikyg-V -'-'l= _I1!= i¡i! =~'"hilIt= l~* 7 nullãiiiivittçiui FrnquencyiChannet Scan 01 SCAN l 02 TTX SEL ED-iT i' BUSY r Priority Transm t U3 ' VOX ñ, 1›8 7 VOX Levei setting 04 POWER LOW . i HIGH itlgltiLovi TX Power 05 SQL 0-9 _ SOL level setting 06 D. WAIT 1 ON l OFF Dual Wait/ Standby 07 LED ON i' AUTO tOFF LED Display niutie 7 08 LlGHT COLOR1 tCOLOR2 i COLORS Backoroimd Light Cclcr 09 BEEP ON I OFF Kcypad Benz-per Selling 'i0 ANi ON l OFF Au") L NthriDerider-liil; n 11 TOT H OFF/ SOISO/ .. /270 r Transm tter Time-Out Timer 12 BCLO OFF , t WAVE t CALL V 'Susy Channel Lock-Out 13 VOXSW LSN i OFF r 7 7 É Stvilch ONIOFF 14 ROGER ON i OFF Triaíslli l Over Beeper 15 DW r 7 Duel 'ifiiatchilitonitor ON/ OFF ! II : Vniihiilkziliíeilfltãkw WI» _ 'Iibklqqiüvlll-¡Iãliul-¡HOJIi 16 ON I OFF Receive Saver TO I C0 I SF Scan Mode OPNSET AUTOLK VOICE ON i OFF OFF / DC l MSG Auto Keypad Lock 'doce Prompt Fot-¡cr-on Display DC l Baliew Power voltage MSGSET -1A. @ OFFSET D.000-99.995MHz Power-on Message Repeeter Shift (Under VFO mode) 235 DISNM ONJOFF Display Channel Name 25 CHNAME -1A, @ Channel Name Editing OFF / 67,0 I D023N TXIRX Tone coder 26 OFF / 67.0 I DU23N RX Tone coder 27 OFF l 67.0 I DU23N TX Tone coder + I › i' OFF Shift Direction 5K i 6.25K i' l' 25K VFO Step i2¡
  16. 16. rÍCÊ*ÍÍJ'l[iiH_)' : il FiiiiLii-; iii Wide/ Narrow Band CTCSS Scanning 2. y A^raiinriiii Jiiluus wmawow SEEK 67,0 SEEK 00m Menu Operation 1) Under standby mode. press [ a ] to enter menu setting. LCD displays “MENU”. 2) Press [ ]or [ l to select the desired menu item, LCD display current setting of selected item. 3) Press [[3 1 to enter and then press( 1 or [ ] to select the desired setting. 4) Press [ (3 ] to confirm. 5) Press [ I ] twice to exit and then return the standby mode. Voice Scmmbler (Only tor 5T8=2T version) Voice Mode (Only for 5T&2T version) ai: SHORTCUT MENU OPERATION Item liam Enter Screen Select Parameier Contirm Retum No. Name item Dspiay paiameter Exptanation Slandby iiFiaqtie-ncy . _~ +1 ". . -' r r Tee-iai? 'o ia , Ó Ó- mmnnd q E Ó sai Ó . Ô ; amy ? milha In G scan ' : fixa B *Úâr-mg' 5 'DIbFgy-, ig ! Em _Mg 'i0 'bl' _gawuinm _ _ ai gâfngvei a » »fa a oo-›ã_, g_g] -› »- manu i _ »Timer 1:1: um» ma» 'i' na»- setting Lu_ ' ; si : :zwei A ñ -› a +- 6)Dualwail' _; '_. ~E+E¡), '›-. ¡_ , mi ; ÇEQÇP FQQÇÉ sianoby . y - 7ll-ED Lil: B+$ "L m_ ~ F1 desviar _gm_ mode B) BBGWWM Ç; come' icoLonÍ' Q a $- light color EUR] i 9mm** . IÍNJIÔ beepei
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  18. 18. Item Ibm Enter Screen Saba Paramore¡ confirm Return pararmtar Explanauon Stumby No. um iam Dlsplay 261mm ®B*= $0GI›ÓÓ- 21mm çg+ç IDO- WC! “Fgm <Br'*= Ó H ID 1 IDC#- 29lVFOlhv/ -57 p +3 r . ' , §§Z *a - à ! KIBJSKJMJWK «ngaggw &F*ÓÓBÓQ »MI band 3033383 ã+ooa»g»on 3213;: gn+-›-›a-› -›-›- MImrÉB+ÓÓIDÊÓÓD mx : §+g-›-›-›»n-›- DETAILED FUNC'. |11| l l' IÍaLlHn-TIONS ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
  19. 19. DETAILED FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS 1) Ni Scan 8i Scan Mode setting (SCANESCANS---MENU 18.17) Function: : under VFO/ MRICH mode, TH-FB alows you to scan the entire current operating band and memory channels. Enter Menu 1" and prosa [i fi 1 koy to start scanning. When you have started scanning prosa i a ]/ [ z [key Io change direction. And it wiii hait on a signal it encounters. press PTT kuy tu stop scanning: Press MONI key to stop scanning temporarily; Pros: [ ? gi i key . ignin to cxit the scanning Yunction. scanning operation Is basically me same in each ol the above modos. Before you begin. take a moment to select the way in which you wouid like the scanner to halt on a signal. Enter Menu 17"* to set scan mode. Detauit: TO. Three options forma scan mode are available under VFO mode: TO: In this mode. the scanner wili haIt on a signal it encounters. and will hold there for some time. Ii you do not iako action to disabti: the scanner within the time period. the scanner wii resumo even it the siations nm stili active C0: In Ihis mode, the scanner wi! ha'i on a signal it encountes and wiil hoid there ii the Stations are stvl adive. And aiter the carrier has oropped. the scanner wiii resume SE: In this modo, the scanner wi* hn'i on n sgnai it chocante'. it w 'i not restar! autoinalicahy. you must manuavy re- niliate scannirg il you vi- 5h to resurre. 2) Priority Transmit (TXSEL---MENU 2) Functlons: TH-F8 ai cms you to iransmt on tre sub band even ri you are working on the opera: ng bnPC Enter Menu 2" to select priority transmit band. Deiault: EDIT. i EDIT: It w. fI transmit on the nperziting band BUSY' It Wi i transmit on the banc Inst ta king used 3) VOX Level 8x VOX Switch (VOX&VOX. SW---MENU 38.13) Function: : the VOX function provides automatic transmit/ receive switching based on voice input to tm. - microphonu With the VOX switch ON, you do not need to press PTT swtch in ordur to transmit. and it is not necessary to use a VOX headset : n order to utii~ze VOX operation. Enter Menu 13"' to set VOX switch. Dotault: OFF. When the VOX is activnted. tina "VOX" icon w Il appear on the display. Enter Menu 3"' to set VOX iavol. It has 8 grades. 'i The higher level IS, the n iore sensiiiiuc iwi hu TH›F8 provides (or argustmcnt ci 'Hang-Tinc' oi the VOX (the transmit-recaive deiay after the crissation oi api-ash) visi program . xoitwrre Default: 2s.
  20. 20. 4) TX Power setting (POW---MENU 4) Functlons: you can select high/ low TX power according to your talking environment and need. When you store memories. you can store High and Low power settings separately in each memovy. Enter Menu 4"' to set TX power. High: 4w Low: 0.5W. when you select Low power, the 'L' icon will appear on the display. 5) Squelch Adjustment (SQL---MENU 5) Functlons: TH-F8's Squelch system allows you to mute the background noise when no signal is being received. Not only does the Squelch system 'standbyf operation mare pleasant. lt also significantly reduces battery current consumption. Enter Menu 5°' to set SQL level. Default: 5. 6) Dual Wait/ Standby (DWAIT---MENU 6) Functions: TH-FB allows you to receive the sub band signal even il you are working on the operating band. It could monitor the signal under both master and sub band al the same time. Enter Menu 6"' to set Dual Wait. Detault: ON. 7) LED Display Mode (LED---MENU 7) Function: select the LED/ Keypad Lamp mode. Enter Menu 1" to select LED display mode. Default: AUTO. ON: LED display l-ghts all the time. AUTO: Illuminales me LED when any key lS pressed and after as the light is off. OFF: Disable the LED lamp. 8) Background Light Color (LIGHT---MENU B) Function: : choose LED background light color. Enter Menu 8"' to select background llght color. Default: COLOR1. COLOR1: Purple. COLORZ: Blue. COLORS: Orange. 9) Keypad Beeper setting (BEEP---MENU 9) Functlons: enable/ dzsable the keypad beeper Enter Menu 9'" to set keypad beeper. Default: ON. 10) Automatic Number Identity (ANI---MENU 10) Functlons: senoing ID code when TH~FB transmits. the others can receive lt directly on the display ll they also have ANI lunction, Enter Menu 10°' to set ANI. Default: OFF.
  21. 21. 1 1) Transmitter Time-Out Timer (TOT-«MENU 1 1) Function: the TOT feature provides a safety switch which i mits transmission to a prirprogrammed value. This will promote battery conservation by noi aiiowing you to make excsssiveiy-iong transmissions. and in the event ot a stuck PTT switch it can prevent interference to other users as wa'l as battery depietiori. Enter Manu 11'* to set TOT. Default: OFF. 12) Busy Channel Lock-Out (BCLO---MENU 12) Function: : the BCLO feature prevents the radios transmitter from being actãveted if a signal strong enough to break through the 'noise“ squetch is present. On a frequency where Stations using different CTCSS or DCS codes may be active, BCLO prevents you from disruptlng their communications ¡tccídentaily (because your radio may be muted by its own tone decoder). Enter Manu 12' to set BCLO. Default: OFF. OFF: Disabie BCLO ieature, WAVE' the radios PTT w li be prevenfcrt on'y if the frequency ls busy used. CALL: the radios PTT will be prevented only the frequency and tone coder is the same. 13) Transmit Over Beeper (ROGER---MENU 14) Functtom: sendíng a beeper to inform the receiver TX is over. Enter Menu 14' to : ot ROGER. Default: OFF. Mi 14) Dual Watch/ Monitor (DW---MENU 15) Function: : Dual Watch feature makes TH›F8 can monitor the eating signal when FM radio is on and you won't miss any calling. Enter Menu 15"' to set DW. Default: OFF. 15) Receive Saver (RXSAV---MENU 16) Function: : this feature s-gnâtica-itly mduces qu escent battery drain. and you may no¡ receive the tull data ¡uJ-, t Enter Manu 16'* to set RXSAV. Default: OFF. 16) Auto Kaypad Lock iAUTOLK---MENU 18) Functions: in order to prevent accidnntal frequency change or inadvanent transmission. various aspects of the TH-FBs keys and switchas may be looked out. Enter Manu 18"' to set AUTOLK. Default: OFF. When you svntch AUTOLK ON_ the keypad mu¡ be looked automaticaiiy if there is no key operation for 5 second If the radiais looked. presqm ]koy Io urfock it. Also you can lock i! using [ E ] key by manual. 17) Voice Prompt (VOICE---MENU 19) Function: : anabIe/ disabie voice prompt. Enter Menu 19"* to se! VOICE. Default: ON. IIS
  22. 22. 1B) Power-on Display setting (OPN. SET&VLT&PON. MSG---MENU 208r21&22) Funotlons: choose powenon dísp'ay mode and edit powenon message Enter Menu 20"' to set OPNSET. Default: OFF. OFF: display model version DC: battery power voltage MSG: power-on message Enter Menu 21" to check battery voltage. Enter Menu 22"' to edit power-on message. also you can odit it directly by program software. Using( ]I[ ] to select character; l 3 ]/ | 1 ]lo switch cursor position. 19) Repeater Shift setting (OFFSET&S'D"'MENU 238.28) Funotions: repealer siations. usually located on mountaintops or other high Iocations. provide a dramatic extension ol the communication range lor lovwpowered hand-held or mobile lransceivers Under VFO mode, you can set the magnitude and direction oi the repealer shv't, Enter Menu 23" to set magnitude ot the repeatar shift. Ava-Iable values: 0.00 ~ 99.95 MHz Enter Manu 25"' to set the repealer shlR direction. Default: OFF. 20) Display Channel Name (DIS. NAME&CH. NAME--MENU 23824) Function: : switch channel name display ONIOFF and edit channel name under MRICH mode. Enter Menu 23"' to switch display channel name ONIOFF. Enter Menu 24"' to edit channel name. also you can edit it directly by program software. Using [ ] I [ 1 to select character; [ m1! [ m l to switch cursor position. 21 ) Tone coder 8¡ Tone Search Snning 8. Tone calling (C-CDC& R-CDCB- T'CDC&SEEK 67.0&D023N---MENU 25&26&27&31&32› Function 1: CTCSS/ DCS Operation Many repealer systems require that a very-iow-trequency audio tons be superlmposed on your FM Carrier in order to actrvate the repealer. This helps prevent laisa activation of the repealer by radar or spurlous signal: from other transmitters. Enter Menu 25"'l'26'“l27"' to set TXERX Tone coder! RX Tone coder¡ TX Tone coder. 1) Press [ ] key to select CTCSS¡ DCS/ OFF. After you choose CTCSS/ DCS. press [ | /[ ] key to choose the right group you need. 2) Press [ m ] key to select DCS direction. TH-F8 has 50 groups CTCSS. 104 groups normal/ inverteu DCS.
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  24. 24. Function 2: TONE Search scanning In operating siiuatlons where you don't know the CTCSS/ DCS tone being used by another station or stalions. you can command lhe radio to listen to the incoming signal and scan in search of the tone being used. Enter Menu 31“l32"° to start CTCSS/ DCS searching. If the Tone scan feature does not detect a tone or code. it will continue to scan indelinítely. When this happens. il may be thai the other station is not sending any tone. You can press PTI' key to halt lhe scan at any time. You also can press MONI key during Tone scanning to listen to the (muled) signal from the other station. When you release the MONI key. Tone scanning Will resume. Tone scanning works either in the VFO or MR modes. Function 3: TONE Calling (175OHz) Il the nepeaters in your country require a 1750Hz burst tone ior access (typically in Europe), you can press and hold CALL key for 2s and transmitter will automatically be actlvated, and a 1750Hz audio tone will be superlmposed on the terrier. Once access to the repealer has been gaíned. you may release CALL and usa PTT key for activating the transmltter. 22) VFO Step setting (STEP---MENU 29) M¡ Functlons: setting ol the syniheslzer steps Enter Menu 29"' to set VFO stop. Available Values: 5I6.25l10I12.5I25I50/10G kHz 23) Wide/ Narrow band selecting (N/ W---MENU 30) Function: : setting of wide/ narrow bandwidth Enter Menu 30"' to set bandwidth. Available Values: Widc---25kHz/ Narrow«~12.5kHz 24) Voice Mode and Scrambler (SCRB-APRO---MENU 338.34) Function: : only 2/5 tone version has this lunction. TH-Fs has 8 groups ot scrambler; it is aocomplíshed by the addition of components to the original signal in order to make extraction oi the original signal difficult. And lts voice compand technology wlil make the voice more clearly ln the noise environment. Enter Menu 33"' to set scrnmblar group, Enter Manu 34" to set voice mode. Available Values: OFF/ COMP/ SCRA Ill
  25. 25. ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 1) PTT ID SETTING PTT ID (Programmed by TH-F8 software) This transceiver supports two optional slgmlings, MSK and DTMF. DTMF slgnallng only supports enoociing. Set transmitting and recelving frequency ln advance Ind then program PTT ID vía software. click in sequence: Program-Optional Futuros-MT ID setting. And click the ANI (mark ). You can Input character ln BOT and EOT. n": *Qu-rm rw n _X12 l If select MSK, you can choose from 0-9. 4 diglts ln maximum for BOT: for EOT. you can choose from 0-9 and A-Z. 6 characters in maximum. While select DTMF, for BOT. you can choose from o to 9 and A to D, 7 characters ln maximum. For EOT. you can choose from 0«9 and A-Z and 7 characters ln maximum. You can select -eor. EOT, or BOTH. then save to the radio. Ill' 2) EMERGENCY ALERT [ B ] + l - ] Under standby mode. press [a 1 to enter menu setting, LCD displays "MENU": then press i à ] to tum on emergency alert function, radio will transmit emergency ring for 20s and then receive lor 10s. until you press PTI', it will exit, 3) KEYPAD LOCK SETTING Under stendby mode, press [ Q ] for ZS to lock or unlock the keypad. “-o" will be displayed at the top of LCD when keypad it¡ iocked. 4) REVERSE FREQUENCY ONIOFF Under standby mode, press [ t. ] tor ZS to turn on or off this function. "R" will oe displayed at the top oi LCD when you turn on this function. At this time. radios transmltting frequency is its receiving one, and its recelving frequency is its transmitting one.
  26. 26. 5) TONE CALLING (1750Hz TONE) To access e repealer. press and hold ln [ ] key for the amount of time specified by the repealer. Tha transmitterr will automatically be activated. and ¡1750Hz audio tono will be suporlmposed on the Carrier. Once accestto the ripeatlrhdl been gainsil, you may release [ E 1 key and uso F"l"l"lcr actlvdlilylflq mnsrrhslon. 6) CHANNEL STORAGE AND DÊLEÍÉ channel Storage Under VFO mode, input desired frequency by keypad directly or select one by presslng [ ] or [ ]. and then press [ B] + l 3 1. the digits blinks at tha right top of LCD. press number to input desired channel directly or press [ ] or [ g ] to choose desired one, then press l 1 Nor storage. Nota: after you lnpul desired channel number. If it bllnks, lt means that this channel is already occupiad, you can choose another one. e. g.: to store the frequentar: 4503254104¡ with GTCSB: 151.4 to the channel 05. the step are as follows: 1) Under VFO mode. Input 4-5-0-3-2-5 “ID 2)Press[|3] +[ l( Q lorpressla]+[], thenpress (1 to enter 3) Press l C llo Circolo CTCSS modmLCD displays GCDC 67.0 4) Press [ 1 or [ a ¡tpvçhooss 154.1. : horrores: [E 1 to conñrm 5) Press [ _ ] twloe m' exit 6) Press [a ] +1 Z ]. the digit blinks at the right top o! LCD 7) Press [ ] or [ ] to choose or input 05 directly B) Press [ - 1 tor storage. LCD displays MR mode and currently stored channel channel deleta 1) Under MR or CH moda. press [ - 1 to tum on the radio, LCD displays "DEL 7" and channel number bllnks at the rlght top ol LCD. 2) Press [ 1 or¡ ] or input channel number you want to delete, then press [ B to confirm a) After deleta. lt will skip into next channel. lt you want to delete lt, repeat above operation. às' à? à É? ? um au. , tz : an u a r í J. , ~l
  27. 27. 7) FM RADIO FUNCTION 1) Onioft radio receiver Under standby mode, press [ g ] to open FM radio tunction. LCD display "70.00M'. then press l c¡ ] again. radios receiver IS off, Note: under FM radio Inode. rt recervrng the srgnai, the radio wiii be out ot FM mode. #ter 53, it wii be back to FM mede when the signals disappear. 2) Mode selection: Under FM radio mode. press( m ] to switch between FM memory mode and FM frequency mode (this function ts unavaiiable when there is not FM memory channel) 3) Frequency selecting Under FM frequency modae, input the digits directly by keypad or press] 1 or | ] to choose the desired frequency. Under FM memory mode. press [ ] or [ ] to choose the desired channel. 4) FM radio search: Under FM radio mode. press [ if' i o [ n: 1, then press [I É ] again to enter FM fãdiO scannng_ you wll see "RADIO SEEK. UP" rn the screen. press( 1 or [ ] to change scanning ci rection Redzo wi| I stop scanning when frequency is avaiiabte and then exvts. It you rotate the encoder knob_ i1 wiii scan again; press any key except [ ]or [ ]and [ m Jto exit. 5) FM radio storage Under FM frequency mode_ press [ (j) ] and then press¡ E ]. the channel number for storage blinks at the right ot the screen. press [ ] or[ ] or use number key to seiect the desired channel number. press i n: | to confirm and then back to the receiving mudei 6) FM f8di0 channel delete: Under FM nrenaory made. turn off the radio. press [ m¡ ]to turn on the radio. you wtIi see "DEL ? ' in the screen and the channel number blinks. press | ]or [ ]tcn choose the channel number you want to delete, press 1 IE'. i to conirm. Repeat this operation, you can delete ali memory channat. 25 in maximum. 8) WIRE CLONE Prepare Zsets ot TH-FB. ipcs spec tc wired cioning cable. Master radio (sendíng messages when ín wired cloning) Deputy radio (reoeiving and storrng messages when ln wired ctoning) Steps of wired clone i ) The deputy radio normally power cn, Connect master and deputy one with the wired cloning cable. 2) Press PTI' and [ 3 ] to turn on the master radio_ enter the wired
  28. 28. clone stale. The 'Clomã' will be heard_ LCD displays "CLONE" 3) Press [MONI] key of the master radio to slan wvreo' clone. During cloning. the master tado dnsplays “sendñng” and daputy one displays 'End', If cloníng succoeds, the master radio retums to the clone preparation suite. and It lighls orange. il displays "Error. Please check lhe cloning cable and then press [MONI] to enter cloning state again. ! ICN-I SBDIIG EH) Ear/ Jr
  29. 29. OPTIONAL SIGNALINGS Optional Signalings (Programmed by TH-FB software) This transceíver supports four optioral sígnalings (MSK. DTMF, Z-Tone, S-Tone). Click in sequence 'program ~ Optional Features < Optional Signal a Common Set'. tha programming software also has three versions: simple version (supporting MSK Signalingi DTMF version (supporting MSK signallng and DTMF signaling) and 5T&2T version (supporting MSK signaling and 2Tl5T signaling). Please check the version ñrst before programming. If the version of programming software is different from the radlo version. you cannot program via software. ln lransmitting, maybe radio cannot receive the complete signallng. because radio needs time to switch when in powensavíng state. We have to set the "Digit delay', that's, to send a Carrier ñrst. let radio receive signal, then send Signalíng to make sure it wil be received_ The suggeslad time for delay time is more than 4008 Press( @ l key, LCD Wi" display "DTMF? ", 'MSKT' or “zToneT, Press [ m 1 and [ m ] keys to make call with the desired call list message. lt the correspondlng call list nas not been edited. the function is not available, DTMF Part CI ck in sequence "program - Optional Features - Optional Signal r' DTMF' Step 1: Edit the Fast Call list via programming software. radlo can store up to 10 groups (0-9) last calling l›st in total Step 2: Input the desired code into the correspund ng list. 16 cnavacters in maximum. Step 3: Choose the desired DTMF decoder f'om available VZIIJBSC 'Code Squetch (Picture t] and Selective Call (Picture 2]' Sãtep 4: Choose the Intermediate Code if you select 'selectiva Cal' (The ñrst three are lD code and the tourth are intermediate Code) Satep s: Choose the group code. then CilCk [save] after Íinishing n_ and then exit. Picture 1 Picture 2 Ill
  30. 30. click "More" after frequency you edit, programming ln the popup step 3: input corresponcling ID code in the calling list. ID code should be corresponding to Step e' Set the Optional signal oi the desired channel to be DTMF. Input the ID code and me one in the Calltlsr. se. : if ID code ls 1234. the correspondia call-ist ls Group 1 than save it after flnishing it. (Picture 3) Make DTMF call with the transcaiver ' . _ . . First method “ " 1) Power on. then select the channel with DTMF signal 2) Press [ 1 key. LCD displays *CALL/ DTMFT, 1 m. , then press [ m 1 - [ c: l keys io make call with the desired call list massage. Ii the corresponding call list has not been edited. lt will sound 'DUÍ Second method Pic"" 3 PRESS PTT and hold O" and the" W555 m9 "Umbel 'lei' 1° "3|'|5m¡l~ step 4' Set the Optional signal of the desired channel to be MSK. Click “More" alter every frequency you edit, program il in the popup (Picture 4) E; em¡ MSK Part Edit the MSK message ol the transceivar (ID wde ls for receiving while calling list message -pri-y tlbl-_w 41H ^›- - is for transmíllíng. ) Click in sequence "program r- Optional Features a Optional Signal a MSK" m_ ' 5 í l Step 1: Edit the Fast Call list via programming software, :ad-o can store up lo 1lJ groups 7*" (0-9) last calling list in total "*5""*“ Step 2: Input the desired code into the corresponaing list. 4 characters in maximum, Click [save] añer iinishing it then exit ui l"
  31. 31. Mnko MSK call wlth the transcelver 1) Power on. then select the chamei with MSK signal 2) Press [ ] key. LCD displays 'CALLIDTMFT', then press [ E ] - ( m ] keys to make call wlth the desired call Iisl message, if the corrasponding call list has not been edited. lt will sound "DUK e. g.: program the above frequency and' MSK signal into two radlo. input ID code 1234 ¡nio'____ranio A. and into radlo B. Press( n l, LCD ditlqys 'GALLMSKTQ then press ( u¡ l, you can cell B wlth A. ityou went to call A wlth B, press [ É 1. LCD displays “CALIJMSKT, then press [ Ç ], that is to say. ii you want to call one radio, just input the ID code ol that radio. 2-Tone Part Edit 2Tone message: Step 1: Edit the Fast Call lIst vla programming sottware, radio can store up to t0 groups (D-Q) last calling list in total step 2: input the eitoodnguquoeted Ai-Tone (the llrst tone), B-Tone (the second tone) and the gap time between A-lone and B-tone, the deleult setting is 1003 ln encoding_ A tone will sound 1S while B Tone wlll sound as. But when there is only A tone in the call list as group call tone, A tone will sound SS. Please reler to Ill n' Picture 5 and Picture 6. Picture 5: 2tone as transmitiing encoder Picture 6: 2tone as ieceiving decoder Group 0:2 tone Group 02.2 tone decoder Group 1; single tone Group 1: single tone decoder As single tone calling. only input A Tone (eg. A Tone ls 1750 Hz), no need to input in another Tone. The Tone in "Group Call' should be the same to the Tone ol encoder (QOQSMHz). Step 3: Set the optlonai signal oi lhe desired channel to be 2-Tone. Click after every lrequency you edit, program it in the POPUP (PMUW 7/3) ' 51.11.4541,, q. .-, .w . .um Mu. ,,. .., ,,y _s_ . .,_. _ c" Digi í' ¡um! ÊTh** P53 v . u, na' , -_ . ii-mo u. › . . #3 Picture 7: Select group D as 2-Tone Picture 8: Select group 1 as slngletone -c Ill
  32. 32. Make z-mne call wlth the transcelver 1) Power on. then select the channel with Z-Tone signal 2) Press l l key. LCD displays 'CALlJ2T? ". then press l 1 key to lransmil Z-Tone while press [(3 ]to lransmlt a single tone/ Group ca'| . ll the corresponding call Iisl has not been edited. ll will sourd 'DU', S-Tone Part Edil Stone massage Click in sequence "program - Optional Features - Optional Signal ~ S-Tone" to program S-Tone ID and S-Tone intemational standard group. ¡. " -x The group numbers O-9 In the ca'l lisl Is used lo edil the Stone ID of lhe radlo you want to call. You can put 0-9, A. B. C. D and number (including repeated ID) The group in the international standard are: CCIR1. CCIRZ. CCITT. EEA. EIA, NATEL. ZVELt. ZVELZ, 9 groups in total. Select one of them and input sell ID (Input ln ID). and then write into the radio. n¡ E. g. me self ID is CCIR2. õtone Is M358; the ID of other radio ls 44044 (group number ls O). As following picture 9: Picture 9 Cl ck “Save” after editing desired Stone, and then write into the radlo (7 ck “More” alter the channel needed editing to enlar setting. Select Stone ln Lhe Optional slgnal, and men select the Llst Num want lo call. and click "ON" In the Auto Response. You also can set the Irequency and channel then press "0K' to save the Information to the radio (Picture 10)
  33. 33. This lransceíver has 8 groups' ã-Tone encoder and deoodar to support lhe different channels, me operation o! callrnglzransmining S-Tone are as lollows: 1) Select Lhe channel with S-ronc signal, (LCD displays "5T" al lhe nghl boltom of radio) 2) Press [ a 1. LCD displays" ---- 3) lnpul the S-Tone ID ol radlo you wam to call e. g.: input A-2-3-&B in Group 2 in sequence. at this uma lhe keys l 1. l 1. [ m l. l m l stand for "A". “B". 'C". and "D". so Il you wanna input A›2-3-5B. press [ I. Iml-(Llmllldnswuenüe 4) Press PTT to lransmll REMOTE KILL, STUN, ACTIVATE AND REVIVE ll you want (o use remole klll. slun. aclivale and revive, please program signalling for currenl channel as DTMF and 2I5lone. REMOTE KILL: IÍ the radio received DTMF code programrned as remote kill, the radio will enter lhe remote klll status: radio cannot send or receive signals. lHhe radlo received DTMF code prograrrnrad as revive, lhe radlo wIII qulr lhe remota kvll slalus and enter normal operation, In mis situation, the radio only can be revivad by programming software. lhe mori-rod is as follows: read data from radlo ñrs( and lhen click program -° Optional Features -< Opuonal Signal -- Common ser. and select "Normal" rn the “Remote K~II Type'. then save the data lo me radio. REMOTE STUN: ll lhe radlo received DTMF code programmad as remota stun, the radio w ll enter lhe remote slun slatus; radlo can only receive srgnals and cannot send slgnals. Il the ÍHÓKJ received DTMF code programmed as ru
  34. 34. remote un-stun. the radio wiIt qult the remote stun status and enter normal operation. 1) Simpla version don't have lhls function 2) DTMF version A. Click in sequence "program - Optional Features < Optional Signal - DTMF ~ Remote kill/ stun code" to input your desired Remote kill/ stun code B. tn transrnrtting. input the Remote kill/ stun code for the radlo which you want to remote kill/ stun. C. Remote revive onde is 'remote stun pode + t3', but the remote KI" one aren't able to be revived by thls way. eg. : There are two radios wlth the same DTMF encode. The remote stun pode for radio A is 12345678, remote kill one is 87654321. lt you want to remote un-stun it. please use another radlo to input the working frequency ol radlo A, press [PTT] to transmlt. at the same time to input remote stun code 12345678, Alter recelvlng thls code. the radlo wlll enter lhe remote stun status and you will hear a sound. And then press [PTT] and input DTMF code 1234567813, the radio will qult the remote stun status and enter normal operation. The operation of remote kill is the same to remote stun_ but in this situation, radio cannot be ravived by this way. 3) 5T&2T Version A. Click in sequence 'program - Optional Features - Optional Signal - S-Torte - Remote kill/ stun code' to input your desired Rentals kill/ stun code. the fixed one is 1 characters. B. press I Q 1, LCD displays '--~--'. input the code directly and then press [PTT] to transmtt. eg. : the Remote stun code tor radlo A is 1234567. revive code is 2345678, remote kill one ls 7654321. ll you want to remote stun it. please use another one. radio B to input the working frequency of radlo A. then press [1, LCD displays “- input ln sequence 1234567. then press [FTF] to transmit. After receiving this code. the radio A will enter the remote stun status and you wlII hear a sound. Il you want to
  35. 35. revive it. press [ I ] and I remota n~stun code 2345575, the radlo will qult the remote stun status É . The operation of remote kill is the same to remota stun. 1 SHOP TECHL! S. ” Pa! &AMETERS GUAPJLNÍTLE http . iirainivi IVLÉÃBB Cliiii
  36. 36. TECHMCAL PARAMETERS General . › _ Frequency Range VHF 138~114Mf| z 24549604131: UHF noozimuigjasp-ssumz ' 'v' r Channel No. 2028 T T' " Frequency stability : t2.5PPm Antanna High gain antenna Antanna lmpadance 500 Operating Vottaga DC7.2V (Rechargeable Li-ion battery) Mods ot operation ampla or sem-duplex Dimensions (WxHxD) 110 x 58 x 32mm MI: Trammmcr Output power VHF: 5WI 1W UHF:4WIO.5W Modulatton Mode lskcFaE/ HKGFJE Maximum deviation < õkHzl < 2.5KHz Spurlous Radiation < 7.5pW Miacent Ch. power < -65dB l( -SOdB Pre-amphasls characteristics ôdb _ Current í 1 .6_A(5W) CTCSS/ DCS daviation 08:11:20.1 kHz I OJKHKOJ kHz lntermedlatlon sensitivity 842m1 lntennedlation distortlon <6% Rncotvor RF sensitivity -122dBm(12dB SINAD) Audio power 1W Audio Distortion <1D% " lntermadialion > soda > 55dB Soloctivity > 65dB > 6MB Spunous Rajaclton >65dB Vülocklng › asda Nela: Spedtlcallon will no revisao without notice due to technical improvement. Thank you.
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