INSTRUCTION MANUAL TM-D700A TM-D700A TM-D700E SPECIALIZED COMMUNICATIONS. 144/440 MHz FM DUAL BANDER. 144/430 MHz FM DUAL BANDER

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1 INSTRUCTIN MANUAL SPECIALIZED CMMUNICATINS 144/440 MHz M DUAL BANDER TM-D700A 144/430 MHz M DUAL BANDER TM-D700A 144/430 MHz M DUAL BANDER TM-D700E KENWD CRPRATIN B (K,E,M)

2 CNTENTS CHAPTER 1 PACKET PERATIN CNNECTING WITH A PERSNAL CMPUTER... 2 PERATING TNC... 3 PREPARATIN LW... 4 SELECTING DATA BAND... 5 DCD SENSE... 5 CHAPTER 2 DX PACKETCLUSTERS MNITR CHAPTER 3 PACSATs CHAPTER 4 AUTMATIC PACKET/ PSITIN REPRTING SYSTEM PACKET PATH AND DIGIPEATER... 9 CNNECTING WITH A GPS RECEIVER PERATIN LW ADJUSTING THE INTERNAL CLCK Setting Time Setting Dte Setting UTC ffset SELECTING DATA BAND SELECTING PACKET TRANSER RATE RECEIVING APRS DATA ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS DATA PRGRAMMING A CALL SIGN SELECTING YUR STATIN ICN PRGRAMMING PSITIN DATA SELECTING A PSITIN CMMENT STRING STATUS TEXT PRGRAMMING A GRUP CDE PRGRAMMING A PACKET PATH SELECTING PACKET TRANSMIT METHD SELECTING PACKET TRANSMIT INTERVAL SELECTING STATUS TEXT TRANSMIT RATE RESTRICTING RECEPTIN APRS DATA PRGRAMMING PSITIN AMBIGUITY PACKET MNITR DISPLAY SETTING AS A DIGIPEATER CHAPTER 5 APRS MESSAGE PERATIN LW RECEIVING A MESSAGE ENTERING A MESSAGE ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS MESSAGES TRANSMITTING A MESSAGE AUT ANSWER REPLY PRGRAMMING A GRUP CDE CHAPTER 6 SLW-SCAN TELEVISIN (SSTV) WITH VC-H1 CNNECTIN WITH VC-H ENTERING CALL SIGN/ MESSAGE/ RSV SELECTING CLR R CALL SIGN/ MESSAGE/ RSV EXECUTING SUPERIMPSITIN SSTV MDE CHANGE VC-H1 CNTRL CHAPTER 7 TRUBLESHTING APPENDIX INDEX i

3 MIC KEYPAD DIRECT ENTRY (MC-53DM NLY) The keypd on MC-53DM llows you enter cll sign, messge, or or chrcter strings. The types chrcters which you cn enter differ depending on purpose n entry. Ech press Mic key switches entry chrcters s shown in tbles. You cn lwys use Mic [A] s [], [B] s [b], [C] s [DEL], nd [D] s [K]. or memory nme {pge 19}, sttus text {pge 21}, nd messge {pges 30/ 33}: 1 q z 1 Q Z 6 m n o 6 M N 2 b c 2 A B C 7 p r s 7 P R S 3 d e f 3 D E 8 t u v 8 T U V 4 g h i 4 G H I 9 w x y 9 W X Y 5 j k l 5 J K L 0 Spce 0 #?! '., / & # % ( ) < > ; : or cll sign {pges 17/ 30}, group code {pges 22/ 34}, pcket pth {pges 23/ 27}, nd SSTV string {pge 36}: 1 Q Z 1 7 P R S 7 2 A B C 2 8 T U V 8 3 D E 3 9 W X Y 9 4 G H I J K L 5, 1 2 / 3 # 6 M N 6! 3? 3 1 Pcket pth nd messge/ bulletin group codes only 2 Messge group code only 3 SSTV string only ii

4 PACKET PERATIN Pcket is unit dt trnsmitted s whole from one computer nor on network. Pckets cn be trnsmitted on rdio wves s well s on communictions lines. Besides trnsceiver nd computer, ll you need is terminl node controller (TNC). A TNC converts pckets udio nes nd vice vers s one its tsks. This trnsceiver hs built-in TNC. A vriety pcket pplictions developed by hms include pcket bulletin bord systems (PBBSs). PBBSs re creted nd mintined by volunteers clled System perrs (Sysp). You my ccess one your locl PBBSs send e-mil, downlod file, or obtin vrious useful informtion. Thousnds PBBSs, which hve formed worldwide network, rely e-mil its intended destintion round world. PBBS you ccess locl PBBS for first time, you ten need register s new user. After you re successfully registered, it will n be vilble s your home PBBS. E-mil ddressed you will be hold under direcry, clled milbox, on your home PBBS. To send e-mil, you must designte ddress recipient, using his (or her) cll sign nd cll sign his (or her) home PBBS; ex. In this exmple, e-mil is ddressed KD6NUH whose home PBBS is KJ6HC. If your home PBBS cnnot find KJ6HC in its ddress file forwrd your mil, you must designte ddress in more detil. You my enter or or up s necessry. The complete ddress recipient living in U.S., for exmple, should include n pproprite region code (preceded by #), stte, country, nd continent bbrevitions s bove. or furr informtion, consult reference books which should be vilble t ny sre tht hndles Amteur Rdio equipment. If you re living in U.S., refer ARRL Repeter Direcry for pcket frequencies. Web pges relting Pcket will lso be helpful. n one Internet serch engines, you my use Pcket Rdio" s key word find those Web pges. Note: If re is n mteur rdio club in your re, consider becoming member. You cn lern more in n hour from experienced hobbyists, thn in month independent reserch. Ask on locl repeters, or contct your ntionl mteur rdio orgniztion (in U.S., ARRL) for informtion on locl mteur rdio clubs. You'll be gld you did. 1 1

5 1 CNNECTING WITH A PERSNAL CMPUTER Use commercilly vilble RS-232-C stright cble connect trnsceiver personl computer. This trnsceiver hs DB-9 mle connecr on front min unit. Note: Turn trnsceiver power before mking connections. To connect n externl TNC trnsceiver, use n optionl PG-5A cble. The DATA connecr on front min unit mtes with 6-pin mini DIN plug on this cble. 2 Pin No. Pin Nme unction (Ref: Computer) (Ref: TM-D700) 1 D CD 2 RXD TX dt 3 TXD RX dt 4 DTR Dt Terminl Redy 5 GND Signl ground 6 DSR Dt Set Redy 7 RTS RX enble 8 CTS TX enble 9 R I n Computer GND n TM-D700 Pin No. Pin Nme 1 PKD 2 DE 3 PKS 4 PR9 5 PR1 6 SQC unction Pcket dt input TX dt from TNC trnsceiver Ground for PKD Pcket stndby TNC cn use this pin inhibit trnsceiver microphone input while trnsmitting pcket signls. utput detected 9600 bps dt 500 mv, 10 kω) ( P-P Also functions s common pin for 1200 bps nd 9600 bps dt output. utput detected 1200 bps dt 500 mv, 10 kω) ( P-P Squelch control output Inhibits TNC dt trnsmitting while trnsceiver squelch is open. Prevents interference voice communictions on sme frequency. Also prevents retries. utput Level pen squelch: +5 V (High) Closed squelch: 0 V (Low) Note: If externl TNC hs common pin for 1200 bps nd 9600 bps dt input, connect this pin DATA connecr PR9 pin. Shorting PR9 nd PR1 pins will cuse TNC mlfunction. If DC voltge is input PR1 pin, externl TNC my not function. If this problem hppens, dd 10 µ cpcir between PR1 pin nd TNC. Be creful with polrity cpcir.

6 PERATING TNC This trnsceiver hs built-in TNC which conforms AX.25 procol. This procol is used for communictions between TNCs. The TNC ccepts dt from your personl computer nd ssembles it in pckets. It n converts pckets udio nes which trnsceiver cn trnsmit. The TNC lso tkes udio nes from trnsceiver, converts m dt for computer, nd checks for errors in dt. The TNC minly functions in Commnd or Converse mode. irst lern difference between se two modes. Commnd mode you select Pcket mode, TNC enters this mode. A cmd: prompt ppers on computer screen. You cn type commnds from computer keybord chnge settings on TNC. in Converse mode, press [Ctrl]+[C] on keybord resre Commnd mode. Converse mode The TNC enters this mode when linkge with trget sttion is estblished. n computer keybord, type n pproprite commnd nd if necessry messge, n press [Enter] or [Return]. Wht you type is converted in pckets nd trnsmitted over ir. in Commnd mode, type CNVERSE resre Converse mode; you cn lso type CNV or K insted. or commnds supported by built-in TNC, see TNC CMMANDS LIST on pge 41. The following indicrs pper on trnsceiver disply show current TNC sttus: Indicr Sttus T NC PKT The TNC is in Pcket mode. STA Pckets be trnsmitted still remin in buffer. CN The TNC is in connection with trget sttion. MBD The milbox in TNC is being ccessed or connected by or sttion. MAIL The milbox in TNC holds mil ddressed you bps trnsfer rte selected bps trnsfer rte selected The built-in TNC includes simple milbox directly receive mil from or sttions; milbox holds up pproximtely 110 kilobytes (KB) informtion. You cn red mil from milbox by sending commnd from your personl computer {pge 47}. Note: Not ll functions vilble vi conventionl TNCs re supported by TNC built in this trnsceiver. The built-in TNC could be umticlly reinitited when its mlfunction is detected; this does not designte tht trnsceiver is defective. To distinguish your vrious sttions or nodes, you cn hve up 15 Secondry Sttion IDentifiers (SSIDs); ex. WD6BQD-1 WD6BQD- 15. You lwys hve put dsh between your cll sign nd SSID number. Pcket opertion, esily ffected by trnsmit nd receive conditions, requires full-scle S-meter reding for relible communiction. S-meter reds less thn mximum during 9600 bps opertion, communiction errors re frequent. 3 1

7 1 PREPARATIN LW The following steps should guide you good strt pcket opertion. The shded steps indicte opertions on your personl computer. irst connect trnsceiver personl computer {pge 2}. Note: You must not chnge defult (9600 bps) in Menu (CM PRT). q Instll n pproprite terminl progrm on personl computer. A vriety freewre or shrewre progrms cn be obtined in vrious wys. Consult your reference mteril or or pcketeers. w Initite terminl progrm nd set following prmeters on personl computer: Trnsfer rte (TNC < > Computer): 9600 bps Dt length: 8 bit Sp bit: 1 bit Prity: Non low control: Hrdwre e Access Menu select bnd A or B s dt bnd {pge 5}. r Press [] (1 s), [TNC], n [] (1 s), [TNC] gin enter Pcket mode. TNC PKT should pper. t To select 9600 bps s trnsfer rte from/ trget sttion, type HBAUD (or HB) 9600 nd press [Enter] or [Return]. The defult is 1200 bps. You must select sme trnsfer rte s trget sttion. y Type MYCALL (or MY) n your cll sign (9 digits mx.) nd press [Enter] or [Return] set your cll sign on TNC. You cnnot use defult setting (NCALL). u Tune n pproprite frequency. irst you my wnt monir pckets which re trnsmitted mong or sttions. pckets re received, text ppers nd computer screen scrolls. i To connect with trget sttion, type CNNECT (or C) n its cll sign nd press [Enter] or [Return]. linkge is estblished, messge informing you this ppers on computer screen; on trnsceiver disply, CN ppers. If pckets from or sttions keep your squelch open, djust squelch level in dvnce. The TNC cnnot trnsmit while squelch is opened. o Send pproprite commnds nd, if necessry, messges trget sttion vi TNC. 4

8 SELECTING DATA BAND This trnsceiver is cpble receiving pcket dt on one bnd (dt bnd) while receiving udio on or bnd. In order use built-in TNC, ccess Menu (DATA BAND) nd select bnd A or B s dt bnd for receiving or trnsmitting pckets. indictes current dt bnd; defult is bnd A. DCD SENSE You cn lso select method for inhibiting built-in TNC from trnsmitting. Access Menu (DCD SENSE) nd select one two methods. The defult is DATA (RX) BAND. DATA (RX) BAND A AND B BANDS The TNC does not trnsmit when signls re present on dt bnd ( ) or RX dt bnd ( ). The TNC does not trnsmit when signls re present on bnd A or B. 1 Note: In Menu 1 6 1, selection switches mong A, B, A:TX B:RX, nd A:RX B:TX. Select A:TX B:RX or A:RX B:TX when ccessing PACSAT {pge 7}. The selection in Menu is invlid for n externl TNC. Use TX bnd trnsmit nd receive pckets through n externl TNC. using n externl TNC, ccess Menu (DATA SPEED) nd select 1200 bps (defult) or 9600 bps s trnsfer rte between TNCs. This selection is vlid only for n externl TNC. TM-D700E nly: Do not select nrrow trnsmit devition on dt bnd. 5

9 DX PACKETCLUSTERS MNITR 2 DX PcketClusters re networks which consist nodes nd sttions who re interested in DXing nd contesting. If one sttion finds DX sttion on ir, he (or she) sends notice his (or her) node. Then this node psses informtion ll its locl sttions besides nor node. This trnsceiver cn disply received DX informtion nd hold ltest informtion on up 10 DX sttions. Use this function monir ltest DX informtion in your locl re. You cnnot send DX informtion node, using function. 1 Access Menu 3 I (DATA BAND) select bnd A or B. 6 Node If common trnsfer rte in your locl PcketCluster network is 9600 bps, ccess Menu 3 J (PACKET SPEED) nd select 9600 bps {pge 13}. 2 Tune frequency trget PcketCluster node. 3 Press [] (1 s), [TNC] enter APRS mode. TNC APRS should pper. 4 Press [] (1 s), [DX]. Node Sttion Node Ech time new DX cluster dt is received, cll sign, frequency, nd time re displyed. Informtion up 5 DX sttions re displyed t sme time. duplicte DX cluster dt is received, dd nd cll sign re displyed. 5 To red n ttched comment, move cursor (s) desired sttion using [c]/ [d], n press [K]. Up 30 lphnumeric chrcters re displyed s comment. / requency Displys list previous 5 DX sttions. Resres frequency disply. Moves cursor upwrd. Displys comment ttched current DX sttion. (left BAND SEL) Time Resres list DX sttions. Displys list next 5 DX sttions. Deletes current DX sttion. Moves cursor downwrd. Deletes ll DX sttions. Deletes entire informtion current DX sttion. Displys informtion or DX sttions. Note: The informtion is clered when trnsceiver power is turned.

10 PACSATs PACSATs refer stellites designed nd lunched for digitl communictions using AX.25 procol. Severl PACSATs re currently in orbit serving thousnds hms throughout world. The PACSATs receive (uplink) on VH nd trnsmit (downlink) on UH. Some m use M receive nd SSB trnsmit, nd operte t 1200 bps. The ors use M both receive nd trnsmit, nd operte t 9600 bps. This trnsceiver llows communictions with 9600 bps stellites. The PACSATs provide functions similr terrestril PBBSs. You cn use stellites send e- mil, downlod file, or enjoy or fscinting ctivities. rom stellites equipped with high resolution cmers, you my downlod still pictures tken in spce. In order work PACSATs, you need rotrs tht llow zimuth nd elevtion control, plus high-gin directionl ntenns. Your ntenn hs trck stellites which trvel from horizon horizon. However, mny hms hve been successfully using fixed omnidirectionl ntenns. As for stwre, you need dedicted progrms cpble working brodcst procols. Besides brodcst progrms, vrious utilities which will ese your opertions re vilble vi Web pges Rdio Amteur Stellite Corportion (AMSAT); world wide orgniztion Amteur Stellite operrs nd supporters. or furr informtion, consult Internet Web pges relting PACSATs. n one Internet serch engines, you my use PACSAT or AMSAT s key word find those Web pges. It will lso be wise sk help one your locl stellite pcketeers. 1 Access Menu (DATA BAND) select A:TX B:RX (or A:RX B:TX). Uses bnd A trnsmit pckets nd bnd B A:TX B:RX receive pckets; bnd A = dt TX bnd, bnd B = dt RX bnd. Uses bnd A receive pckets nd bnd B A:RX B:TX trnsmit pckets; bnd A = dt RX bnd, bnd B = dt TX bnd. 2 Confirm tht VH bnd hs been reclled on dt TX bnd. 3 Tune dt TX bnd uplink frequency trget PACSAT. 4 Confirm tht UH bnd hs been reclled on dt RX bnd. 5 Tune dt RX bnd downlink frequency PACSAT. 6 Press [] (1 s), [TNC], n [] (1 s), [TNC] gin enter Pcket mode. TNC PKT should pper. or subsequent steps, follow mnul for brodcst progrm nd your reference mteril. 7 3

11 AUTMATIC PACKET/ PSITIN REPRTING SYSTEM 4 The Aumtic Pcket/ Position Reporting System (APRS ) is stwre progrm nd registered trdemrk Bob Bruning, WB4APR. He hs mde pcket communictions much more exciting thn before. This progrm llows you trck mobile sttions on mp which you recll on computer screen. Imgine seeing one mobile sttion moving on mp which cn be scled from miles. You lso my be trcked on computer screen nor sttion. Sttions be trcked must trnsmit becons t certin intervls. To trck or sttions, you usully need computer running APRS, trnsceiver, nd TNC. To hve m trck you, you lso need GPS receiver. It receives signls from stellites inform you your current geogrphicl position. GPS stnds for Globl Positioning System. The APRS interprets Ntionl Mrine Electronics Assocition (NMEA) dt strings coming from GPS receiver. or furr informtion, consult Internet Web pges relting APRS. n one Internet serch engines, you my use APRS or Pcket Rdio s key word find those Web pges. 8 This trnsceiver includes TNC nd progrm for deling with dt formts supported by APRS. Tht is, you need no or equipment trnsmit, receive, or disply APRS pckets. You do not need even GPS receiver if you enter position dt mnully trnsmit. or hms who wnt fully enjoy APRS opertions, this trnsceiver hs connection ports with personl computer nd GPS receiver. This mnul, however, does not describe APRS opertions which require personl computer. Using this trnsceiver, you cn trnsmit sttion icon, position dt, position comment, nd sttus text. With GPS receiver, you cn lso trnsmit moving speed, moving direction, nd ltitude dt. rom ny type sttion you will receive informtion listed below: Sttion Position Distnce icon comment from sttion Position dt/ Grid squre locr Sttus text Direction sttion Depending on types sttions, you will lso receive following informtion: Mobile sttion ixed sttion ixed sttion (using compressed APRS dt formt) Wer sttion Moving direction/ Moving speed Trnsmit power/ Height ntenn/ Antenn gin/ Antenn directivity Trnsmit rnge/ Altitude Wind direction/ Wind speed/ Temperture/ Rinfll in lst hour

12 PACKET PATH AND DIGIPEATER A pcket pth specifies how APRS pckets should be trnsferred vi one or more repeters. A repeter, which is used for pcket trnsfer, is commonly clled digipeter. This cme from digitl repeter. A digipeter is usully locted on mountin p or high building. Unlike voice repeter, it opertes on simplex frequency. Ech volunteer who instlls digipeter progrms it eir s WIDE or RELAY type. Generlly WIDE trnsmits pckets over much greter distnces thn RELAY. In ny given re, re should be only one WIDE not cuse extr trffic or collisions on frequencies. A WIDE is cpble trnsferring pckets from nd djcent WIDEs. Like WIDE, re should be only one RELAY in given re; tht re is usully much smller thn WIDE. So, trnsmit pckets RELAY when you cnnot directly rech ny WIDE. The RELAY n will trnsfer pckets ny ccessible WIDE. n this trnsceiver, you cn edit pcket pth using mximum 79 lphnumeric chrcters. The defult is RELAY,WIDE tht is one common settings. With this setting, pckets will be trnsferred RELAY first, n WIDE. The APRS supports vrious methods for specifying pcket pth. Some those methods re described on pge 24. This trnsceiver with built-in TNC my be used s digipeter. See pge 27. Note: To serve for mobile sttions who lwys use RELAY,WIDE pth, most WIDEs lso respond pckets ddressed RELAY. WIDE-type RELAY-type 9 4

13 CNNECTING WITH A GPS RECEIVER The GPS jck on this trnsceiver ccepts 2.5 mm (1/10") 3-conducr plug. If necessry, use supplied cble modify cble end your GPS receiver. In order use connected GPS receiver, ccess Menu 3 2 (GPS UNIT) select NMEA or NMEA96. The defult is NT USED. Select NMEA96 when using 9600 bps GPS receiver. 4 To GPS jck GPS receiver in APRS mode, GPS will pper on resred frequency disply indicte setting NMEA or NMEA96. GPS blinks while mesurement is being executed.,,,, e Shield ( GND on GPS) w Red ( DATA UT on GPS) q White ( DATA IN on GPS) Note: using GPS receiver with AUT selected in Menu 3 C (PACKET TX), this trnsceiver trnsmits n APRS pcket for first time fter ny NMEA dt is received. If using GARMIN GPS receiver, select following prmeters in INTERACE sub-menu on receiver. NMEA/NMEA NMEA bud 10

14 PERATIN LW The following flow chrt includes only steps give APRS quick try. q Access Menu 3 I select bnd A or B s dt bnd {pge 13}. The defult is bnd A. w Press [] (1 s), [TNC] enter APRS mode. TNC APRS should pper. e n dt bnd, select sme frequency s or sttions in your group. You my tune frequency n pproprite digipeter network ( MHz in U.S.) {pge 9}. Now you re redy receive APRS pckets from or sttions. Refer RECEIVING APRS DATA {pge 14}. To trnsmit your APRS pcket, proceed step r. r Access Menu 3 1 progrm your cll sign (9 digits mx.) {pge 17}. t If you hve connected GPS receiver, ccess Menu 3 2 nd select NMEA or NMEA96 {pge 10}. The defult is NT USED. y Access Menu 3 8 select your sttion icon {pge 18}. u Access Menu 3 4 progrm position dt {pge 19}. i Access Menu 3 6 select from 15 position comments {pge 20}. o If you wnt, ccess Menu 3 9 enter sttus text using up 28 lphnumeric chrcters {pge 21}.!0 Access Menu 3 C select opertion method for trnsmitting pckets {pge 25}.!1 Press [] (1 s), [BCN]. If you selected PTT in step!0, n press nd relese Mic [PTT] {pge 25}. using personl computer, press [] (1 s), [TNC], n [] (1 s), [TNC] gin in step w enter Pcket mode; TNC PKT should pper. All furr opertions should be performed on your computer. Menu Set-up llows you chnge vrious defult settings for APRS opertions. See pproprite sections in this chpter. 4 11

15 4 ADJUSTING THE INTERNAL CLCK This trnsceiver hs clock mnge informtion on when APRS pckets re received. Use Menu Set-up correct current time, dte, nd if necessry UTC fset; UTC stnds for Universl Time Coordinted. Setting Time 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select RADI (1 ), n press [K]. 3 Press [c]/ [d] select TNC (1 6 ), n press [K]. 4 Press [c]/ [d] select Menu (TIME), n press [K]. 12 The first 2 digits blink. 5 Press [c]/ [d] enter current hour, n press [K]. To set 1 o'clock PM for exmple, select 13. The next 2 digits blink. 6 Press [c]/ [d] enter current minute, n press [K]. 7 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. Setting Dte 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select RADI (1 ), n press [K]. 3 Press [c]/ [d] select TNC (1 6 ), n press [K]. 4 Press [c]/ [d] select Menu (DATE), n press [K]. The first 2 digits blink. 5 Press [c]/ [d] enter current month (U.S.A./ Cnd) or dy, n press [K]. The next 2 digits blink. 6 Press [c]/ [d] enter current dy (U.S.A./ Cnd) or month, n press [K]. The lst 2 digits blink. 7 Press [c]/ [d] enter current yer, n press [K]. 8 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. Note: If you disconnect nd reconnect flexible cble between rdio nd TNC bords replce lithium bttery, be sure reset clock IC. Press [REV]+[LW]+ PWER N. used t room temperture (25 C), error internl clock in month is within one minute. The internl clock is effective until December 31, 2098.

16 Setting UTC ffset 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select RADI (1 ), n press [K]. 3 Press [c]/ [d] select TNC (1 6 ), n press [K]. 4 Select Menu (TIME ZNE), n press [K]. SELECTING DATA BAND n this trnsceiver you cn select dt bnd for APRS mode independent selection (in Menu 1 6 1) for Pcket mode. Access Menu 3 I (DATA BAND) nd select bnd A or B s dt bnd for receiving or trnsmitting APRS pckets. The defult is bnd A. indictes current dt bnd. 4 5 Press [c]/ [d] select pproprite UTC fset, n press [K]. The selectble rnge is from +12:00 12:00 in steps 30 minutes. 6 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. Note: In Menu 3 I, selection switches mong A, B, A:TX B:RX, nd A:RX B:TX. Select A:TX B:RX or A:RX B:TX if APRS networks which use two seprte frequencies become vilble in future. SELECTING PACKET TRANSER RATE The defult APRS pcket trnsfer rte set on built-in TNC is 1200 bps which is stndrd mong current APRS networks. If APRS networks which use 9600 bps trnsfer rte become vilble in future, ccess Menu 3 J (PACKET SPEED) nd select 9600 bps. 13

17 4 RECEIVING APRS DATA Ech time new APRS pcket is received, frequency disply is interrupted show informtion s below: Position comment (or sttus text) The received APRS pcket my include informtion on n object such s hurricne or rndo. In this cse, nme object ppers insted cll sign. Press [DETAIL] ccess furr informtion {pge 15}. To resre frequency disply, press [ESC] or just wit for pproximtely 10 seconds. Note: you receive n APRS pcket including n Emergency comment, different formt disply from bove will pper nd different beep will sound. you receive n APRS position pcket tht you trnsmitted, frequency disply is not interrupted. MY PS will pper on disply. This could hppen when one or more digipeters {pge 9} re used. If you receive messge {pge 30} tht you trnsmitted, MY MESSAGE will pper. If received pcket does not include new (or proper) APRS dt, frequency disply is not interrupted. An indicr such s dp ppers depending on types dt. See tble. 14 Indicr M ening Wht is Included? dp Duplicte position comment Sme comment s previous one from sme sttion ds Duplicte sttus Sttus text lredy text received >P Beyond position limit Dt from sttion outside selected rnge {pge 26} Q? 1 Query Request for sending informtion?? Pcket tht cnnot be decoded 1 The trnsceiver umticlly trnsmits pproprite informtion in pproximtely 2 minutes fter receiving request. Note: The APRS progrms for PCs hve entry fields for position comment nd sttus text. The dt entered se two fields re trnsmitted s seprte pckets. This trnsceiver, however, includes both position comment nd sttus text in one pcket trnsmit. This trnsceiver beeps ech time it receives ny type APRS pcket. You my ccess Menu 3 (BEEP) chnge this setting. The defult is ALL. The selection in this menu is shred with APRS Messge {pge 29}. Selections ALL MINE NEW ALL New Pcket No beep Duplicte Pcket No beep Invlid Pcket No beep This selection is vlid only for APRS Messge {pge 29}. Beep Beep No beep Beep No beep Beep

18 ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS DATA This trnsceiver is cpble receiving nd sring APRS dt received from up 40 sttions in memory. You cn esily recll informtion desired sttion. 1 Press [] (1 s), [LIST]. The list sttions ppers. The numbers beside cll signs indicte order in which dt is received. The dt received lst is ssigned 1. Displys list previous 5 sttions. Resres frequency disply. Moves cursor upwrd. Allows messge entry current sttion {pge 30}. (left BAND SEL) Sitution Displys list next 5 sttions. Deletes current sttion. Moves cursor downwrd. Deletes ll sttions. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select desired sttion using cursor (s). 3 Press [K]. The informtion selected sttion ppers. Resres list sttions. Deletes entire informtion current sttion. / Displys informtion or sttions. Allows messge entry current sttion {pge 30}. Switches between time nd dte for received dt. Depending on types sttions, different types informtion will pper. or detils, see next pge. Note: dt from 41st sttion is received, oldest dt in memory is replced by tht dt. Ech time new APRS pcket is received from sme sttion, old dt from tht sttion (in memory) is replced by new dt. APRS dt is received with GPS receiver connected, included position dt is sent receiver, using NMEA-0183 $GPWPL formt (or Mgelln formt). This dt is registered in Wypoint List receiver. Access Menu 3 3 (WAYPINT) nd select number chrcters be input. You cn select 6 9 digits for NMEA, 6 digits for Mgelln, DGPS, or (defult). With NMEA 6 digits selected, right 6 chrcters cll sign is used s nme (ex. for KJ6HC- 3, J6HC-3). Select DGPS input differentil position dt DGPS-comptible receiver if it is connected. 15 4

19 4 The informtion selected sttion is shown using up 5 lines on disply. The first three lines nd fifth line show sme types informtion while fourth line shows different types informtion depending on types sttions. 16 q r t y u i o 1 or pckets received from Mic-encoder sttions including TM-D700s nd TH-D7s, position comments re displyed in fourth line. Mobile sttion ixed sttion w q w e e q q Trnsmit rnge (mile or km) q Cll sign (or object nme) w Time (pcket received) e Sitution r Sttion icon t Position dt y Distnce from sttion (mile or km) u Grid squre locr i Direction sttion o Position comment 1 (or sttus text) q w q w e r q Moving direction q Trnsmit power e Antenn gin w Moving speed w Height ntenn r Antenn directivity m: Mile/hour (elevtion) omni : k: km/hour ' : eet M: Meter mnidirectionl Wer sttion bject {pge 14} q w e r q w e q Wind direction e Temperture q Moving direction e Cll sign w Wind speed r Amount rinfll in w Moving speed m: Mile/hour pst hour m: Mile/hour k: km/hour (" or mm) k: km/hour Mobile sttion (compressed APRS dt formt) ixed sttion (compressed APRS dt formt) q Moving direction w Moving speed m: Mile/hour k: km/hour TM-D700 q w q Position comment w Moving direction e Altitude ' : eet M: Meter e r e Moving speed m: Mile/hour k: km/hour r Altitude ' : eet M: Meter TH-D7/ Mic Encoder q q Position comment w Moving direction w w Altitude ' : eet M: Meter w e e Moving speed m: Mile/hour k: km/hour This trnsceiver is cpble displying following 19 icons s sttion IDs. icon dt or thn se is received, disply will show n icon code such s /$ or \$. Some icons my pper with overly chrcters s below if received icon dt includes m. The following icons show directions sttions reltive your position. or exmple, indictes or sttion is locted t norst reltive your position miles (or km) re shown for distnces from or sttions. xxxxmi (or xxxxkm ) is shown for distnces over 9999 miles (or km). If you do not chnge position dt in Menu 3 4 from defult, ----mi (or ----km ) is shown. The defult units for distnce nd temperture differ depending on mrket versions; mile/ for U.S.A./ Cnd version, nd kilometer/ C for or mrket versions. If necessry, ccess Menu 3 G (MILE/ KILMETER) nd/or Menu 3 H (TEMPERATURE) chnge setting(s). Note: Some sttions trnsmit APRS pckets through TNCs connected GPS receivers. If you receive pckets from those sttions, GD (stellites trcked) or LAST (stellites not trcked) will be shown s sitution, with GLL, GGA, or RMC which designtes $GPGLL, $GPGGA, or $GPRMC formt.

20 PRGRAMMING A CALL SIGN Progrm your cll sign using mximum 9 lphnumeric chrcters. You my include SSID chrcters in string. Unless you progrm cll sign, you cnnot trnsmit APRS pckets. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select MY CALLSIGN (3 1), n press [K]. The disply for entering cll sign ppers; first digit blinks. The defult is NCALL. 3 Turn Tuning control select first digit. You cn enter 0 9, A Z, nd. 4 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 5 Repet steps 3 nd 4 enter up 9 digits. (left BAND SEL) Cncels entry cll sign. Cuses cursor move bckwrd. lers C. digit Deletes digit t which cursor is blinking. Inserts currently selected chrcter. ll digits nd bcks cursor first 6 Press [K] complete setting. 7 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. The keypd on MC-53DM lso is vilble enter lphnumeric chrcters in step 3. Ech press Mic key switches entry chrcters s below: 1 Q Z 1 7 P R S 7 2 A B C 2 8 T U V 8 3 D E 3 9 W X Y 9 4 G H I J K L 5 # 6 M N 6 Note: To distinguish your vrious sttions or nodes, you cn hve up 15 Secondry Sttion IDentifiers (SSIDs); ex. WD6BQD-1 WD6BQD- 15. You lwys hve put dsh between your cll sign nd SSID number. 17 4

21 SELECTING YUR STATIN ICN Select n icon which will be displyed on monirs or sttions s your ID. You my select n icon depending on your current loction. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select STATIN ICN (3 8), n press [K]. APRS supports pproximtely 200 icons. It llows users select ech icon by specifying combintion two ASCII codes, for exmple,! nd /. ne is symbol code, nd or is tble identifiction code (eir / or \). If you select THERS in step 3, use following procedures: 4 Press [c]/ [d] select symbol code, n press [K]. 4 3 Press [c]/ [d] select from 15 icons plus THERS, n press [K]. The following 15 icons re selectble: 5 Press [c]/ [d] select tble identifiction code, n press [K]. 4 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. 18 KENWD Home Portble (tent) Ycht SSTV Aircrft Bot Cr Morcycle Jeep Recretion vehicle Truck Vn 18 wheeler Digipeter or icons tht cn include overly chrcters, 0 ~ 9 nd A ~ Z re lso selectble. 6 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. Note: Becuse icon code tble is occsionlly revised, downlod ltest icon code tble from Mr. Bruning's Web pge ( web.usn.nvy.mil/~bruning/prs.html). Click on DWNLAD APRS on its home pge, n downlod APRSnnn.zip from TP direcry where nnn is 3-digit number. After uncompressing zip file, you will find creted README direcry. pen nd see Symbols.txt under this direcry.

22 PRGRAMMING PSITIN DATA This trnsceiver hs 5 memory chnnels for sring position dt. Progrm ltitude nd longitude dt for up 5 loctions from which you will ten trnsmit APRS pckets. You cn lso nme 5 memory chnnels. Note: Grid squres were developed shortly identify loctions nywhere on Erth. The world is first divided in 324 res (AA ~ RR) clled fields. Ech field is n divided in 100 squres (00 ~ 99). Ech squre is furr divided in 576 sub-squres (AA ~ XX). The world is thus divided in 18,662,400 grids; ech grid is expressed with 6 digits. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. You my press [] (1 s), [PS] insted skip step 2. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select MY PSITIN (3 4), n press [K]. 3 Press [c]/ [d] select from chnnels 1 5, n press [K]. If you intend use current chnnel fter exiting Menu mode, press [USE] before pressing [K]. An sterisk ppers t left chnnel number. The disply for entering memory nme ppers; first digit blinks. Grid squre locr 4 Turn Tuning control select first digit. You cn enter lphnumeric chrcters plus specil ASCII chrcters. 5 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 6 Repet steps 4 nd 5 enter up 8 digits, n press [K]. Switches mong sets lphnumeric chrcters, ccented letters (TM-D700E only), nd specil ASCII chrcters. Switches between Cncels Memory smll nd cpitl Nme Entry. letters. Deletes digit t Cuses cursor which cursor is move bckwrd. blinking. Inserts currently Clers ll digits nd selected chrcter. (left BAND bcks cursor SEL) first digit. 7 Press [c]/ [d] switch between north ltitude (defult) nd south ltitude, n press [K]. The degree digits blink. 8 Press [c]/ [d] select dt for degrees, n press [K]. The minute digits blink. 9 Repet step 8 select dt for minutes (down one hundredth digit). 4 To skip nming chnnel, press [K] gin. You cn jump step 7. 19

23 10 Press [c]/ [d] switch between west longitude (defult) nd est longitude, n press [K]. The degree digits blink. 11 Press [c]/ [d] select dt for degrees, n press [K]. The minute digits blink. 12 Repet step 11 select dt for minutes (down one hundredth digit). SELECTING A PSITIN CMMENT The APRS dt which you trnsmit lwys includes one 15 predetermined position comments. Select n pproprite comment depending on your sitution. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select PSITIN CMMENT (3 6), n press [K] As necessry, repet steps 2 12 sre in up 5 memory chnnels. 14 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. The keypd on MC-53DM lso is vilble enter lphnumeric chrcters in step 4. See pge ii. To select nd set from up 5 progrmmed chnnels, repet steps 1 3. In step 3 press [c]/ [d] select desired chnnel, n press [USE]. Note: If you hve selected NMEA or NMEA96 in Menu 3 2, pressing [] (1 s), [PS] does not llow you ccess disply for entering position dt. The position dt received vi GPS receiver most ltely will be displyed. Pressing [TIME SET] resets internl clock time input from GPS receiver. If using GPS receiver, you cn lso copy mesured dt position entry disply for Menu 3 4. Press [] (1 s), [PS] disply mesured dt, n press [CPY]. A messge which sks chnnel number ppers. Press [c]/ [d] select chnnel number, n press [K] Press [c]/ [d] select desired comment. 4 Press [K] complete setting. If you select Emergency!, confirmtion messge ppers. Press [K] gin. 5 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. The selectble comments re listed below: ff Duty (defult) Returning En Route Committed In Service 1 Specil 1 2 Priority Emergency! Cusm 0 ~ 6 1 Selecting se comments will highlight your sttion on ll or APRS computer displys. 2 Select this comment only when bsolutely necessry. You will ctivte lrms in ll moniring APRS sttions. Note: Cusm 0 ~ 6 selectble in Menu 3 6 re not defined; se re reserved for personl definition.

24 STRING STATUS TEXT Sttus text is nor comment trnsmit with position dt. Unlike position comment, you cn mke ny desired comment using mximum 28 lphnumeric chrcters. This trnsceiver hs 5 memory chnnels for preprogrmming. Note: Attching long comment cn double size nd length pcket. Trnsmit comment only if necessry. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select STATUS TEXT (3 9), n press [K]. 3 Press [c]/ [d] select from chnnels 1 5, n press [K]. If you intend use current chnnel fter exiting Menu mode, press [USE] before pressing [K]. An sterisk ppers t left chnnel number. The disply for entering sttus text ppers; first digit blinks. 4 Turn Tuning control select first digit. You cn enter lphnumeric chrcters plus specil ASCII chrcters. 5 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 6 Repet steps 4 nd 5 enter up 28 digits, n press [K]. Switches between sets lphnumeric chrcters nd specil ASCII chrcters. Switches between smll nd cpitl letters. Deletes digit t which cursor is blinking. Inserts currently selected chrcter. Cncels Entry. Sttus Text Cuses cursor move bckwrd. Clers ll digits nd (left BAND bcks cursor SEL) first digit. 7 As necessry, repet steps 2 6 sre in up 5 memory chnnels. 8 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. The keypd on MC-53DM lso is vilble enter lphnumeric chrcters in step 4. See pge ii. To select nd set from up 5 progrmmed chnnels, repet steps 1 3. In step 3 press [c]/ [d] select desired chnnel, n press [USE]. 4 21

25 4 PRGRAMMING A GRUP CDE Using group code relieves you from receiving unwnted pckets. The APRS on this trnsceiver supports following three types group codes. All clls: Progrm 6-digit code tht lwys strts with AP. You will receive ll APRS pckets which include AP in group codes. It does not mtter wher or not subsequent 4 digits mtch. The defult on this trnsceiver is APK101. Note: APRS pckets, which re generted vi vrious methods, include vrious codes insted group codes. Using All clls llows you receive pckets which include following codes: GPS ALL Specil: Enter SPCL. You will receive only APRS pckets tht include SPCL s group code. This code is generlly progrmmed by ll sttions t specil event. Alternte net: Progrm ny or code with mximum 6 digits. You will receive only APRS pckets tht include exct sme code. In order reject or pckets, this code should not include chrcters specified by bove two types. 22 SYM SKYWRN QST MAIL CQ ID BEACN SPCL Note: Menu 3 E llows you enter up 9 digits (not just 6 digits) becuse possible future enhncement group code system. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select UNPRTCL (3 E), n press [K]. The disply for entering group code ppers; first digit blinks. The defult is APK101 (All clls). 3 Turn Tuning control select chrcter. You cn enter 0 9, A Z, nd. 4 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 5 Repet steps 3 nd 4 enter up 9 digits. (left BAND SEL) Cncels entry group code. Cuses cursor move bckwrd. lers C. digit Deletes digit t which cursor is blinking. Inserts currently selected chrcter. ll digits nd bcks cursor first 6 Press [K] complete setting. 7 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. The keypd on MC-53DM lso is vilble enter lphnumeric chrcters in step 3. See pge ii.

26 PRGRAMMING A PACKET PATH Progrm pcket pth specify how APRS dt should be trnsferred vi one or more repeters. or furr description, refer PACKET PATH AND DIGIPEATER {pge 9}. The defult is RELAY,WIDE tht is one common settings. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select PACKET PATH (3 B), n press [K]. The disply for entering pcket pth ppers; first digit blinks. 3 Turn Tuning control select chrcter. You cn enter 0 9, A Z,, (comm), nd. 4 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 5 Repet steps 3 nd 4 enter up 79 digits. You cn enter up 8 pth segments in sequence; ech segment must hve less thn 10 chrcters. Use comm seprte ech segment. Inserts comm. Deletes digit t which cursor is blinking. Inserts currently selected chrcter. 6 Press [K] complete setting. 7 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. The keypd on MC-53DM lso is vilble enter lphnumeric chrcters in step 3. Ech press Mic key switches entry chrcters s below: 1 Q Z 1 7 P R S 7 2 A B C 2 8 T U V 8 3 D E 3 9 W X Y 9 4 G H I J K L 5 #, 6 M N 6 (left BAND SEL) Cncels entry pcket pth. Cuses cursor move bckwrd. Clers ll digits nd bcks cursor first digit. 4 23

27 4 Let us describe five bsic methods for editing pcket pth. Methods 3 5 re supported only by dvnced APRS networks. Method 1 (Specific Pth): Progrm cll signs one or more digipeters in sequence trnsfer rely; ex. KD6ZZV,K6RJZ. Method 2 (Generic Pth): Progrm RELAY nd/or WIDE; ex. RELAY,WIDE (or simply R,W ). In this exmple, your APRS pcket is trnsferred ny RELAY digipeter ner your position first, n ny WIDE digipeter. You cn lso progrm more thn one WIDE. If you enter WIDE,WIDE for exmple, your APRS pcket will be trnsferred ny WIDE ner your position first, n nor WIDE. Method 3 (WIDEN-N Pth): Progrm WIDEN-N, where both Ns indicte number WIDE digipeters be used for rely. If you enter WIDE3-3 (or simply W3) for exmple, your APRS pcket will be relyed by three WIDEs in ny direction. Method 4 (TRACEN-N Pth): The opertion is sme s WIDEN-N except tht digipeters dd ir cll signs your pcket before forwrding. You my progrm TRACE3-3 (or simply T3) for exmple. Method 5 (SSID Pth): Progrm single number You cn esily specify number digipeters tht will be used for rely. You cn lso specify which directions digipeters reltive your position will be used. See tble. 24 Prmeter Number digipeters Direction 1 1 All 2 2 All 3 3 All 4 4 All 5 5 All 6 6 All 7 7 All (or more) North (or more) South (or more) Est (or more) West 12 2 Mny North 13 2 Mny South 14 2 Mny Est 15 2 Mny West 1 The first digipeter which receives your APRS dt specifies entire route destintion before forwrding; ten 2 digipeters re used in tl. 2 The digipeter which receives your APRS dt specifies cll sign next digipeter before forwrding. This is repeted until your APRS dt reches destintion.

28 SELECTING PACKET TRANSMIT METHD Select opertion method for trnsmitting APRS pckets. The tble concludes how opertions differ depending on selection. Access Menu 3 C (PACKET TX) nd select Mnul (defult), PTT, or Au. SELECTING PACKET TRANSMIT INTERVAL You cn chnge intervl for umticlly trnsmitting APRS pckets. Access Menu 3 D (TX INTERVAL) nd select 0.2, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, or 30 minutes. The defult is 3 minutes. MANUAL PTT AUT E ch press [ ] (1 s), [ BCN] trnsmits your APRS pcket. 1 P ress [ ] (1 s), [ BCN] switch function N. BCN ppers nd blinks. 2 P ress nd hold Mic [ PTT], n spek in microphone. 3 R elese Mic [ PTT]. Relesing switch trnsmits your APRS pcket. You cnnot retrnsmit n APRS pcket unless time selected in Menu 3 D (TX INTERVAL) psses. Wit until BCN strts blinking indicte trnsmitting is redy. 4 T o switch function, press [ ] (1 s), [ BCN] gin. 1 P ress [ ] (1 s), [ BCN] switch function N. BCN ppers. Switching function N trnsmits your APRS pcket once. After tht, APRS pckets re umticlly trnsmitted t intervls period selected in Menu 3 D (TX INTERVAL). 2 T o switch function, press [ ] (1 s), [ BCN] gin. Note: With AUT in Menu 3 C nd Becon N, pressing [K] complete setting cuses APRS pcket be immeditely trnsmitted. After tht, APRS pckets re trnsmitted t intervls selected period. While signls re present, n APRS pcket is not trnsmitted fter intervl. Approximtely 2 seconds fter signls drop, trnsmitting is executed. SELECTING STATUS TEXT TRANSMIT RATE A long sttus text string cn double size nd length APRS pcket. Access Menu 3 A nd specify how frequently sttus text is included in APRS pckets be trnsmitted. The selectble rnge is 1/1 1/8 nd (defult). If you select 1/3 for exmple, sttus text is included in your pckets once every 3 times; ccordingly sttions who receive your pckets will see your sttus text once every 3 times. 25 4

29 4 RESTRICTING RECEPTIN APRS DATA If APRS is populr in your re, you my receive o mny APRS pckets for short period. If this disturbs your APRS ctivities, specify distnce from your loction. You will not receive APRS pckets from sttions beyond this distnce. Access Menu 3 7 (PSITIN LIMIT) nd select rnge from in steps 10, plus (defult). The unit is mile or kilometer depending on selection in Menu 3 G (MILE/KILMETER) {pge 16} PACKET MNITR DISPLAY This trnsceiver presents Terminl Window mode disply rw dt received APRS pckets. It displys up 155 chrcters per pge nd holds up 10 pges. 1 Press [] (1 s), [P.MN] enter Terminl Window mode. PRGRAMMING PSITIN AMBIGUITY There my be cses where you do not know or do not wnt report your precise loctions. or position dt, you cn select number digits not be included in your pckets. Access Menu 3 5 (PS AMBIGUITY) nd select 1 4, or (defult). The tble shows how digits re clered. 2 To ccess old pges, press [HLD]. Press [c]/ [d] chnge pge. Press [RESUME] quit Hold function. While using Hold function, newly received pckets will not be sred in buffer. Note: The terminl window is not vilble for sending commnd TNC. The terminl window is vilble in APRS mode (not in Pcket mode). The dt in buffer is clered when trnsceiver power is turned. 26

30 SETTING AS A DIGIPEATER This trnsceiver with built-in TNC my lso be used s digipeter. As described in PACKET PATH AND DIGIPEATER {pge 9}, volunteer who instlls digipeter is supposed progrm it eir s RELAY or WIDE depending on vrious conditions. Note: This trnsceiver is cpble setting up 4 pth segments (lises); ech pth segment must hve less thn 10 chrcters. However, it is common progrm eir RELAY or WIDE s mentioned bove. 1 Press [MNU] enter Menu mode. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select DIGIPEATER (3 K), n press [K]. 3 Press [c]/ [d] switch function N, n press [K]. 4 Press [c]/ [d] select UIDIGI (3 L), n press [K]. The disply for entering pth ppers; first digit blinks. 5 Turn Tuning control select chrcter. You cn enter 0 9, A Z,, (comm), nd. 6 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 7 Repet steps 5 nd 6 enter up 39 digits. Inserts comm. Deletes digit t which cursor is blinking. Inserts currently selected chrcter. 8 Press [K] complete setting. 9 Press [MNU] exit Menu mode. The keypd on MC-53DM lso is vilble enter lphnumeric chrcters in step 5. Ech press Mic key switches entry chrcters s below: 1 Q Z 1 7 P R S 7 2 A B C 2 8 T U V 8 3 D E 3 9 W X Y 9 4 G H I J K L 5 #, 6 M N 6 C ncels pth. entry Cuses cursor move bckwrd. Clers ll digits nd (left BAND bcks cursor SEL) first digit. 4 27

31 APRS MESSAGE 5 The APRS supports function for sending messge or bulletin independent position reports. You cn send messge single sttion only or bulletin ll or sttions. You my use group code exchnge messges mong members in your group or reject unwnted bulletins. Ech messge which you trnsmit cn consist up 64 lphnumeric chrcters. A mximum 16 incoming or outgoing messges cn be held in messge memory. PERATIN LW The following steps should guide you good strt APRS Messge opertion. q Access Menu 3 I select bnd A or B s dt bnd {pge 13}. The defult is bnd A. w Press [] (1 s), [TNC] enter APRS mode. TNC APRS should pper. e n dt bnd, select sme frequency s or sttions in your group. You my tune frequency n pproprite digipeter network ( MHz in U.S.) {pge 9}. r Access Menu 3 1 progrm your cll sign (9 digits mx.) {pge 17}. Now you re redy receive messge from or sttions. Refer RECEIVING A MESSAGE {pge 29}. To trnsmit messge, proceed step t. t Enter messge (or bulletin) using up 64 lphnumeric chrcters {pge 30}. y If you wnt, ccess Menu 3 P (for messges) or Menu 3 (for bulletins) progrm group codes {pge 34}. u Access Menu 3 C select opertion method for trnsmitting {pge 25}. The method for trnsmitting differs depending on selection in Menu 3 C. See pge 32. you send messge (not bulletin), reception cknowledgment should be returned; ck0 ~ 9 (or A ~ Z) ppers. If your messge is rejected by recipient, rej0 ~ 9 (or A ~ Z) ppers. Note: using n optionl VS-3 unit, you my select APRS NLY in Menu (VICE). Ech time you receive messge ddressed you, trnsceiver nnounces cll sign sender. If initil chrcter messge is %, trnsceiver nnounces subsequent chrcters one by one. 28

32 RECEIVING A MESSAGE Ech time proper messge is received, frequency disply is interrupted show informtion s below: duplicte messge from sme sttion is received, n error beep sounds; however, n cknowledgment is returned. dm nd cll sign pper on disply. Indicr Messge The disply shows up 64 chrcters messge. 01 will pper indicte number messges not yet red. The following indicrs pper depending on types received messges: Messge ddressed you B Bulletin! Report by Ntionl Wer Service Reception messge cknowledgment (or rejection) your To resre frequency disply fter reding messge, press [K]. 01 will dispper. If you do not red messge t this time, press [ESC]. 01 will remin on resred frequency disply. The number increments if you press [ESC] for newly received messges. Checking m with List function {pge 31} cuses number decrement. If 01 ws shown, both number nd messge icon dispper. messge or sttions is received, om ppers. This trnsceiver beeps ech time it receives ny type APRS pcket. You my ccess Menu 3 (BEEP) chnge this setting. The defult is ALL. Selections ALL MINE NEW ALL New Pcket No beep Duplicte Pcket No beep Beeps only when receiving messge ddressed you. Beep Beep No beep Beep Invlid Pcket No beep No beep Beep Note: This trnsceiver llows you receive messge lso when SSID does not mtch. However, it will not return reception cknowledgment. The dedicted memory is used for sring both incoming nd outgoing messges. Receiving new messge when memory is full cuses oldest messge be deleted. A messge not yet trnsmitted 5 times my be unexpectedly deleted. If oldest messge hs not been ccessed using List function when memory is full, new messge does not replce oldest messge. This trnsceiver will return reject commnd nd disply rm. 29 5

33 5 ENTERING A MESSAGE To trnsmit messge, first enter cll sign trget sttion. To trnsmit bulletin, enter BLN# insted; where # must be 0 9 or A Z. length your bulletin exceeds 64 digits, you my trnsmit more thn one pcket send entire bulletin. Use # indicte sequence bulletin portions. or exmple, enter BLN0 (or BLNA ) send first pcket, n BLN1 (or BLNB ) send second pcket. 1 Press [] (1 s), [MSG]. 2 Press [c]/ [d] select INPUT, n press [K]. 30 The disply for entering cll sign ppers; first digit blinks. 3 Turn Tuning control select first digit. You cn enter 0 9, A Z, nd. 4 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 5 Repet steps 3 nd 4 enter up 9 digits. (left BAND SEL) C ncels sign. entry cll Cuses cursor move bckwrd. Clers ll digits nd bcks Deletes digit t which cursor is blinking. Inserts currently selected chrcter. cursor first digit. 6 Press [K] complete setting. The disply for entering messge ppers; first digit blinks. 7 Turn Tuning control select first digit. You cn enter lphnumeric chrcters plus specil ASCII chrcters. 8 Press []. The cursor moves next digit. 9 Repet steps 7 nd 8 enter up 64 digits. Switches between sets lphnumeric chrcters nd specil ASCII chrcters. Switches between smll nd cpitl letters. Deletes digit t which cursor is blinking. Inserts currently selected chrcter. (left BAND SEL) Cncels Messge (or Bulletin) Entry. Cuses cursor move bckwrd. Clers ll digits nd bcks cursor first digit. 10 Press [K] complete setting. The keypd on MC-53DM lso is vilble enter lphnumeric chrcters in steps 3 nd 7. See pge ii.

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