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Yaesu Vx 150 Operating Manual

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Yaesu Vx 150 Operating Manual
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  YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. 4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan YAESU U.S.A. 17210 Edwards Rd., Cerritos, CA 90703, U.S.A. YAESU EUROPE B.V. P.O. Box 75525 1118 ZN, Schiphol, The Netherlands YAESU UK LTD. Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall CloseWinchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K. YAESU GERMANY GmbH Am Kronberger Hang 2, D-65824 Schwalbach, Germany YAESU HK LTD. 11th Floor Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Rd.,Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong O PERATING  M ANUAL  Introduction .......................................... 1Controls & Connectors ........................ 2Accessories & Options.......................... 3Basic Operation .................................... 4 Battery Pack Installation and Removal.......4Antenna Installation....................................5Switching Power ON and OFF...................6Adjusting the Volume Level.......................6Squelch Setup.............................................6Transmitting................................................6Frequency Navigation.................................7Changing the Transmitter Power Level......7Changing the Channel Steps.......................7Repeater Operation.....................................8Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS)............8Manual Repeater Shift Activation..........8Setting Repeater Tx Offset......................9Checking the Repeater Uplink (Input) Frequency...9Keyboard Locking......................................9 Advanced Operation .......................... 10 VFO Split Mode.......................................10Receive Battery Saver Setup.....................10Tx Battery Saver.......................................11Keypad/LCD Illumination........................11Automatic Power-Off (APO) Feature.......12Checking the Battery Voltage...................12Disabling the BUSY/TX LED..................12Busy Channel Lock-Out (BCLO).............12Disabling the Key pad Beeper..................13Programming the Key Functions..............13Transmitter Time-Out Timer (TOT).........13Tone Calling (1750 Hz)............................14ANI Operation (Automatic Number Identification)...14CTCSS Operation.....................................15DCS Operation.........................................16Tone Search Scanning..............................17To scan for the tone in use....................17CTCSS/DCS Bell Operation....................17 Memory Operation ............................. 18 Contents Memory Storage.......................................18Storing Independent Trasmit Frequencies (“Odd Splits”)...18Memory Recall.........................................18Memory Offset Tuning.............................19HOME Channel Memory.........................19Labeling Memories...................................19Masking Memories...................................20Memory Only Mode.................................20 Scanning .............................................. 21 Setting the Scan Resume Technique.....21To set the Scan-Resume mode..............21VFO Scanning..........................................21Memory Scanning.....................................22How to Skip (Omit) a Channel During Memory Scan Operatin...22Programmable (Band Limit) Memory Scan (PMS)...22Automatic Lamp Illumination on Scan Stop...23Band Edge Beeper....................................23Smart Search Operation............................23Setting the Smart Search Mode............24Storing Smart Search Memories...........24Priority Channel Scanning (Dual Watch)...24 DTMF Operation................................ 26 Manual DTMF Tone Generation..............26DTMF Autodialer.....................................26To send the telephone number..............26 ARTS Operation ................................. 27 Basic ARTS Setup and Operation............27ARTS Polling Time Options....................28ARTS Alert Beep Options........................28CW Identifier Setup..................................28To activate the CW identifier................29 Interface of Packet TNCs................... 30Reset..................................................... 30Cloning................................................. 31Set Mode.............................................. 32Specifications....................................... 41  VX-150 O  PERATING  M   ANUAL 1 The VX-150  is an ultra compact FM hand-held providing up to five watts of RF power anda wealth of convenient features for the 2m amateur band. The VX-150  has rubber gasketseals around all external controls and connectors to help keep out dust and rain or spray,assuring years of reliable operation even in harsh environments.Sixteen multi-function keys provide the ultimate in programmability, with 199 freely tun-able memories and two VFOs. All memories store repeater shifts or separate tx/rx frequen-cies, CTCSS (Continuous Tone Controlled Squelch System) or DCS status. You also getone instant-recall “Home” channel memory and ten special purpose memories for limitedsubband tuning/scanning. Busy channel band or selective memory scanning is providedalong with priority channel monitoring; 1 MHz up/down stepping; ARS (automatic re-peater shift) when tuned to repeater subbands; plus a top panel rotary dial for memory andfrequency selection. The keypad serves as a DTMF encoder during transmission, and up to9 DTMF memories can store 16 digits each for quick playback of commonly used num-bers.The liquid crystal display shows seven frequency digits, memory selection, CTCSS tonefrequency, and includes a bargraph S/PO meter. Yaesu’s power saver system can be set bythe operator for optimum sampling/standby ratio, or can be turned off for packet operation.And our new APO (Automatic Power Off) system shuts off the transceiver to avoid deadbatteries if you doze off or are called away unexpectedly.Operation under difficult conditions is simplified by a lamp button illuminating the displayand backlit translucent keypad, diatonically assigned function-dependent keypad beeps.Please read this manual carefully to gain a full understanding of the features of the VX-150 . Introduction  VX-150 O  PERATING  M   ANUAL  2 Controls & Connectors KeypadMicSpeakerEXT DCMIC/SP  JackBattery Pack Latch PTT  Button BUSY/TX  Indicator Lamp SQL  Control DIAL  Rotary Selector Monitor  (Burst) Button LAMP  Button LCD  (Liquid Crystal Display) VOL/OFF  Control ANTENNA  Jack S- and TX Power MeterAuto Power OFF ActiveLOCK Feature ActiveLOW PowerAlt Key ActiveMemory NumberorVFO SelectionTone Encoder/Squelch EnabledDigital Coded SquelchDTMF Memory ModeMemory SkipBELLPriority Channel ScanningRepeater ShiftMemory ModeFrequency

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